Specification for extension and remodeling (except freight elevator) of the United States Post Office and Custom House a...

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Specification for extension and remodeling (except freight elevator) of the United States Post Office and Custom House at St. Augustine, Florida
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Procurement Division, Public Works Branch
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Three addenda (Nos. 1, 2, and 3) attached to front of specifications. Stamped "Permanent File Copy"

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., EXTENS. & P.O. ADDENDUM NO.3 TO THE SPECIt="ICATION DlHE D SEP1H J BER 26, 1935 FCR EXTEN S ION Af'fIJ r;t]..':00ELI NG OF THE UN ITED STATE S POST OFF I CE AND CLJS TQ.vi H OUSE A T ST. A U GUS TINE, FLOR IDA. PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, WASHINGTON, D.C.? OCTOBER 28, 1935. BIDDERS ARE INFORMED THAT THE A BOVE NAMED SPECIFICATION IS HER LBY MODIFIED AS FOLLOWSt I. PARAGRAPH 86 (A).--THE SiRENGTH OF INTERLOCK IS CHANGED TO 12,000 POUNDS. 2. PARAGRAPH (C).--THE S ECTI O N MODULUS IS CHANGED TO 3.0 INSTEAD OF 3.25. 3. 1 3 r : iOJ' )Fl i D TO REQUIRE THE SUB-SLAB AND TOP SLAB OF BASEMENT FLOOR TO 8: OF THE THICKNESSES INDICATED ON DRAW I N G G-LlOO. 4. THE DETA I L ON D n Alf:I1 NG G-2 00 ING io DOORS 2/41, 2/42, AND 2/43 SHALL MCAN TO REFER TO DOORS 2/44, AND 2/46 IN LI EU OF THE NUMBERS INDICATED. BIDDERS MUST ACKNCWLEDl. ru THE FORf\J) OF BID THE REC' IPT OF TH I S ADDE G I VI N G NUfVBE R AND DATE OF SAiVE. w. E. REYNOLDS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH. ivi. E.L. ML

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLh., U.S.P.O. &CU.H. EXTE!%. & REimDEL. ADDEN D l M NO.2 TO THE SPECIFICATION DATED SEPTEMBER 26, 1935, FOR IA N D REflODEL I N G OF THE UN ITED STr\TES POST OFF ICE A N D CUST()i'Jr HOUSE AT ST. FLORIDA. PROCURE MENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, WASHINGTON? D.C., OCTO BER 2 6 193 5 8 1DDERS ARE INFOR MED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED SPECIFICATION A N D THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS THEREWITH ARE HEREBY M ODIFIED AS I. PARAGRAPH 215 I S M ODIFIED TO CHANGE THE THICK NESS O F THE 5 -INCH SUB SLAB (UNDER WATERPROOFI NG) TO 3 INCHES, AS INDIC ATE D ON THE STRUCTURAL 2 PARAGRAPH 85. OI,lIT THE CU'lUSE RE ADING !lAN D SHI,LL FINISH AT THE TOP __ -". SHEET PILES 1 2 FEET LONG SHilLL BE USED. 3. PARAGRAPH 6 7F. (F IRST PART) 01'111 T THE LA S T REIID I NG NEW FIRST FLOOR SLAB TO B E _____ 11. 4 THE FOLLO'IJIf'!G TO G-402 SHALL ';PPLY (SEE ROOF FRA rvlJ NG PLAN, 8 0TTO lll1 l;110RL) (A) THE 10-VVF-21 BEA lv; :" T COLU i/lN 25 SHALL B E ri/,I S E D TO SUPPORT THE 7 INCH CEILING CHANNELS OVER THE P. O. STORAGE ROO M AND BE SKEWED TO CONNECT DIRECTLY TO COLU M N S 4 25 (8) THE 7 INCH BETWEEN COLU MNS 3 AND 2 5 SHALL BE R A ISED TO ELEVA TIO N 3 b.OO EXACT WILL BE B Y ARCHITECT DURI N G OF SHOP (C) O MIT THE 8 I NCH FRAMING TO WEB OF COLuHN,313 "T ELEVi,TION 30.10. .' (D) PROVIDE 8 I NCH I FR{"i v llNG TO FUINGE OF COLUM N & 3 i .T ABOUT ELEVATION 35.00 AND RUNNING NORTH TO CON NECT TO THE BE N T 12 INCH I N THE ROOF. (E) PROV I DE 7 I NCH CHANNEL CONNECT I NG TO COLU ioJ1N 88 "ND RUNN I NG E,:,ST TO THE ABOVE 10-Vi}F-21 f..T ELEV,\TION 3 5 .00. f," rUST A C K N O 'ILEDGE THE FORM OF 31D THE I PT u F T H IS AlJDEI\DUfv;, GI VINC [1:UiJ1BER MJD DhTE OF SkLE. W E. DIRECTOR OF PROCURE M ENT, PUBL I C bRANCH. M.E.L. FRS

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ST. ; 1 U G U ::;. T I !\J E, F L ,:, ., U. S P .0 & CU. H EXT ENSIO N & REMODELI N G n i)LlE i'ILlU f\, i I TO THE DilTED SEPTE MBE R 26, 1035 F O R E XTE N SION RE M ODELI N G (EXCEPT FREI GH T E L EVI ,TOP,) OF ThE UN I TE] ST,'ITE3 POST OFF-I CE .':;i JiJ CUSTOM H O USE T ST. tlUGUSTI NE, FL ,I. DIVISI O N PU:lIC BR A N CH, D.Co OCT. 17.., 1 935. ARE I N F ORME L THAT THE AJCVE SPE C I F I CATION S HE ,i E Ivl (I I FIE:J \ S F () l l e w S : I 1059-1060-11 42-11 19-1227 1231-ST f; IKE OUT THE 1;'}O f U "NI CKEl-? l ,',TE : J AN L SU O S TITUTE THE V ) 0 r. ,: \I C H r. C M I U rvt P l ATE :2" I i J liE U THE i\ E 0 F SEE P [ \ j :: t, GIi !" PH I 13 8 ;', 8 1 DJJER ; ) KCKNO"JLF.DG E ON THE FO :n,l () F BID THf: REC5:lRT OF Aff) : JATE 3 l\ :'!ilE .. W. E. R EYNO l LS DI R ECT OR OF P UJ llC JORKS BRAN CH. F RK

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.,IP.O. AND CU.H. EXTE!"JS ION AND REf\;'ODEL ING SPECIFICATION FOR EXTENSION AND (EXCEPT FREIGHT ELEVATOR) OF THE UN ITED STATES POST OFF ICE AND HOUSE AT ST. ALGUSTI NE, FLORIDA. PROCUREMENT DIVIS/ON, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, WASHINGTON, D. C., SEPTEMBER 26, 1935. N.B.--BIDDERS ARE REQUIRED TO RETURN THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT MARKS, NOTES, OR OTHER MUTILATIONS. NOTE. --THESE SPEC I F I CAT ION SHEETS \SUNSEALED A R E CLASS I F I ED AS PR INTED IVATIER AND \JHEN iv, A ILED (E ITHER \'v ITH OR 'N ITHOUT BLUEPR INTS) IN Pf,CKAGES iEIGHr'NG EIGHT OUNCES ffi LESS i\RE CHARGEABLE WITH POSTAGE AT THE RATE OF 1I f2 CENTS FOR EACH 2 OR FRACT ION THEREOF; PARCELS EXCEED ING 8 OUNCES IIGHT ARE SUBJECT TO THE PARCEL POST RATES. M. E.L. EVH

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II ST. AUGUST INE, FLA., P.O. & CU.H. EXT. & L GOVERNMENT FORM OF ITAT IO N FOR PROPOSALS (CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT) NOT ICE TO PR l i'HER THIS NOTICE W H[ N USED AS AN ADV ER TIS EM ENT MUST BE SET SOLID. THE NOTICE IS TO BE USED AS PAY ADVERTISE MENT O NLY PANICD BY DR ITTE N THE D E PI\I:n ',; E!H TH E LAW FORBIDS PAYMENT FOR NOT OU SLY T8EASUR Y PROCUREME i H DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, WA SHIN G TON, D.C., SEPT. 26, 1935. SEALED P RUPOSALS IN BE PUBLICLY IN THIS OFFICE AT I P.M., Nov. 6, 1935 FOR FURNISHING ALL LABOR AND MATER IALS AND PERFORMING ALL FOR THE EX TEN SION REMODELING OF THE U.S.P.O. A Nj) C u.H. AT ST. ft,UGUST I NE, FLA. ATTENI S DI ,, [CTED TO THE SPECI/;L CONDITIONe OF BIDDING SET FORTH IN THE SPECIFICATION. UPO N APPLICATION, SETS OF AND SPECIFI CAT I ONS WILL BE SUPPLIED FREE TO E ACH GEN ERAL CONTRhCTOR INT ERE STED IN SUBM ITTING h P ROPOS AL. THE AB OVe INGS A N D SPECIFICATIONS MUST B E RET URNED TO THIS OFFICE. CONTRACTOR REQUI R I N G SETS MAY OBTAIN B Y PURCH AS E F ROM THIS OFFlriE A T A COST O F PE R SET, WILL NOT BE RETUR N ED. CHECKS OFFERED AS FOR AND SPECIFICATIONS Musf BE M ADE P AYABLE TO THE ORDER or THE TREASURER, U.S. DR AWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL NOT BE FURNISHED TO CONTRACfoRS WH6 HA V E CON SISTENTLY FAILED TO SUBMIT P ROPO S ALS. OWE SET UPON AND C ONS IDERED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE GOVERNM E NT, BE FURNISHED BUILDERS' EXCHANG ES, CHAMBE R S OF COMMERCE OR"OTHE R ORG A NIZATIONS WHO \ J ILL GU[,RANTEE TO THE r,,) /\V (, ILABLE FOR A N Y O R FIRM I N TER E S T ED, TO QUANTITY SU R V EYO RS, T H I S P R I V ILEGE W ILL BE IF THE S ETS A RE NOT RETURNED AFTER THEy HAVE ACC O M PLISHED THEI R PUR POSE. W E. REYNOLDS ASS I S TANT DI RECTOR OF PROCUREMENT, W O RKS FS

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GUAFlliNTEE WILL BE REQU I nED '!' ITH EACH BI D liS FOLLOWS: (SEE PARIiGRAPH 8 OF INSTRUCTIONS TO B IDDERS A N D PARIiGRIiPHS 10 AND II OF THE SPECIFICATI ON). PERFORMANCE BOND WILL BE REQUIRED AS FOLLOWS: 50 PER CENT OF TH E AMOUNT OF THE CONTRACT, I F THE C ONTRACT AMOUNTS TO $2,000.00 Of'l MORE. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FOR DELAY WILL BE AS PROVIDED IN THE SPECIFICATION. PA R TIAL PAYMENTS W ILL BE MADE. (SEE ARTICLE 16 OF C ONTRACT AS MODIFIED BY THE SPECIFICATION). ARTICLE O N PATENTS W ILL BE MADE A PART O F THE CONTRACT. (SEE DIRECTIONS ON BACK OF C O NTRACT). PREFERE NCE FOR D OMESTIC MATERIALS IS REQUIRED BY TITLE I II OF THE ACT O F MAR C H 3, 1933, PUBLIC No. 428. BIDS MUST BE SUBMITTED UPON THE G OVERNMENT F ORM OF PROPOSAL: AND THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER W ILL BE REQUIRED TO EX EC UT E THE GOVERNMENT FORM OF CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION. THE RIGHT IS RESERVED, A S THE INTEREST OF THE GOVER NM ENT MAY RE QUIRE, TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS, TO ANY INFORMALITY IN BIDS RECEIVED, AND TO ACCEPT OR REJ ECT A N Y ITE M S OF ANY BID, UNLES S SUCH BID IS QUALIFIED BY SPECIFIC LIMITATI ON. ENVELOPES CONTi\INING BIDS MUST BE S E A LED, MARKED, A N D ADDRESSED AS FOLLOWS: PROPOSAL FOR EXTENSION AND REMOD ELING DIRECTOR OF U.S.P.O. & Cu.H., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. PROCUREMENT, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, To BE OPE NED I P.M., 6, 1935. 7TH &D STS. S.W., INGTON, D.C. NOTE.--SEE GOVERNMENT INSTR UCTIONS TO BIDDERS AND COpy OF THE GOVERNMENT FORM OF OONTRACT, BID BOND AND PERFORMANOE BOND, WHICH MAY BE OBTAINED UPON ACPLICATION. EVH -2

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Standard J<'orrn No, 22 Approved by t e Pres ideDL Nov, !9. 192D STANDARD G OVERNMENT I N S T UCTIONS TO BIDDERS (CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLIES) 1. Preparation of bids. U n less ot-he wise d ir ecte d in t h i vitatio n, b ids shall be submitted in tri pli c a te. F or m s f urn i sh ed or copies thereo f shal l be u ed, and s tri c t compl i ance is necessary with the re quirem ents of the invitat'on, these instructions, a n d t h e in s t ruc tions printed o n the f or m s Special care s ho ul d he exer cise d in t he prep a ration of bids. Bidders mus t make t h eir own e s tim a es of the facllitie", a n d diffic u lties attend ing the execution of the pro po sed contract, includ in g local onditions, uncertainty of weat h er and 11 other conti n ge nci e s. All d e s ignations and price shall be fully and clearly set forth. Copies o f the bids shall be i den ti cal. The proper blank s aces in the bid and guaranty forms shall be suitably filled in. 2 Labor and material not t o be furnished by the Government.-The Government will not furnish un y labor, l a terial, or supplies unless specifically p rovided for in t he contract. 3. Signature to bids.-Each bid must g iv e the f business address of the bidder and be signe by him with bis usual signature. Bids by partnerships must be signed with t h e partnership name by one of t he me m bers of the partne h ip or by a n a u t horiz d represen tative foll o wed by the signa t ure and desig nation of the person signing. Bids by corp o ration s must be ign ed w i t h t he name of the corporation, followed by the signature and designation of t he president, secretary, or other person authorIZed to bind it in tho m atter. The name o f all per s ons sig n in g s h a ll al 0 be t y pe d or printed below the signatur('. A bid by a person who to his s ig nature t h e word II pres id e n t, II s ecr etary," 1/ a g e nt," or other design!l.t i n wit bout disclosing his princ ipal, may be held to b e tho bid of tho in divid u al sign inC7 When re q ue s te d by tho overnment satis a ctory evidence of the author i t y of the office r signing i n b eh alf of he corp oratio n h all be furni hed. 4. Bids for all or part.-Where bid s are not q ualifi e d b p .c c limita tion, the Government reservl' t h rig h t fa" IU'ding all r any of the items accordin g to its be t inte rests. Unless t h e rwise re q uired in the specification!'!, bids for supplies shall be s ubmitted in accordance with the number d it m or ite given in the schedule. 5. AIternati e bi s. .Alternati e b i d s will not be considered unless called Ior. 6. Specifications and scbedule s. T he s p ecifications sche d ules and dxawmgs whi c h for m the basis of Blly b i wil b e consid e r e d a part thereof and will f orm a part o f the contra c t. C opies o f the se p apers, toge her ith n. .opy of t he tandard contract form, in clu din g au t h o riz ed a ddit i o s o r deleti o n s, i1 any, will b furnished to or made available for the inspection of bidders by the office indicated in the advertise ment or 7. CorreclioDs.-Er sures or oth e r c h anges i n t he bi ds mu s t be explained or noted over the signature of the bidder. 8. Guaranty.-Where security is required to insure the e xecuti o n o f contract Rnd b nd for per forma nce of the serv ice, n o bid will be considered unless it i s s o guarante ed T he idder, at his option, may furnish a gua ranty b ond a certified che c k, or d e p osit, in a c c or d ance with Trea ury DCpllrlJllcmt regulations, Unite States bonds (at par v a l ue) as securi y in the a mount required: Provided, That. \ here not in conflict with the law, the bidder may be llinited to the option of furnishing a cerlilicd ehndc or United States bonds when the amount of the se curit y does not eJrceed $1,000, notice of such r q t to be given in t e invitation to bi dd ers In case security is in t e f orm of a. cer tified c h ec k or nited States on ,the Governmont rnllY JIIII.I I' such disposition of the same /is will accomp lish the purpose for which submitt.ed. Certified J/ I ll.y e held uncollected at the bi dder's ris k. Certified checks or t h e a moun t t.hereof unu U lli :-)luLI'b bonds of unsuccess ful b i dders w ill b e returned as so on as practi cab l e after the o pening'. lli-.m (1)

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9. Sufficiency of guarantors andl sureties.-The b o n d of any surety company authoriz ed by e Secretary of the Treasury to do business or o f two responsible individual sureties, will be accepted as sec urity for any bid or c ontra ct. Individual guarantors o r sureties m u s t m a ke the affidavi t appearing on the bond a s to t eir suffi ciency and furnish the certificate o f a judge or clerk o f a court of record, a United States district attorney or c ommis s ioner or the president or cashjer of a. bank o r trust company. Individual sureties shall justify in sums ag gregatin g not less than double the penalty qf the bond 10. Restriction s as to g uarantors and sureties.-A firm as s uch, will not be a c cepte d as a g uarantor or sure ty, nor a partner f o r c opartne rs or for a firm of which he is a m em be r. Stockholders of a corpor a tion may be ccepted as guarantors or s ureti es provided their qualifications as such a r e not de pen d ent u pon their sto ck hol d ing s therein. Guara nto rs and suretie s, if indi vi duals, must be citize of the United States, except t h a t sureties o n b on ds ex e cuted in any foreign country, t he Canal Zon e t h e Philip pin e lsI nds, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Alask a, o r any poss ession of the United Sta tes, for the p er f ormanc e of contrac en e red into in these place s n eed not be c itizenS of the United Sta es, b u t if no t ci ti zens of the United States must be domiciled in the p lnce wh e re the contrac t is to b e p erformed. 1 1. Seal s o n bonds. When the principal, a.. guara n tof, o r a surety i s an in div i dual, his signature to a gua ranty o r bond snal l have a.ffixed to it an adhes i ve o r scroll se al Ifex ecute d in M a ine, Massach s, or N IV R a mp hire an a dh esive seal is require d C orpo rate se als s h all be affixe d by c orp rations, whethe r princip als or sure ties. 1 2 Marki ng and maili n g bids.-Bids, with their g u arantie s must b e se c ure l y sealed in s uitable e n velop es, addressed n.nd :qtark ed on the outs i d e as re quire d b y the invi t at.ion 1 3 Time for receiving bids.-Bi ds received prior to the time of openin g w ill be s e c ure ly kept, uno p ened. The officer whose duty it i s to open them will decid e wh en the s pe cified time has arrived, and n o b id receive d t here after will be considered, except that when a bid arrives by mail a f ter the ime fixed f o r opening, but be f o r e a w a l' d is made, and it is shown to the satisfaction of the officer authorized to make the award that the nonarriv al on time was due solely to de l a y in the m a ils for w hich the bi dde r was not r esp on ibIe, such bid will be r eceived an d c onsidered. N o res p on s i bility will attach to an officer for the premature op ening of a b i d not properly addressed and identified. U nless spe cifically authorized, t e legra hic bids will not be cons idered, but modifications by telegraph of bi d s already su b mi tted will e con sidered if receive d prio r to the hour set for op e ning. 14. Withdrawal of bids.-Bids may b e withdrawn on written or telegraphic request received from bidders prior to the time fixed for ope ning Negli gence on the part of the b idde r in pre p aring the bid c omer s no righ t for the withdrawal of the bid alter it has been opened. 15. Bidders present.-At the time fixed for the opening of bids, their contents will be made p u b l ic for the informat ion o f bidders and others properly interested. who may be pres en t eit he r in per son y rep rese tative. 16. Award or rejec tion of b id s. -The contract will be awar ded to the lowest responsible bidder complying wit h con di tion s o f the invitation for bids, provided his bid is r easonable and it i s to t h e interest of the United States to accept it. The bidd e r to whom the awar d is mad e will be no t ified a t the ear li est possibl e d ate. The Uni te d States, however reserves the right to reject an y an d all b ids and to waive any informality in bids received whenever such rejection or waiver is in the interes t of the United S tates. It a lso res e rves the right to reject the bid of a bidder who hIlS previously failed to perf o rm properly or complete on time contr acts o f a similar nature, or a bid of a bidder who is n o t in a positio n to p erform the contract. 17. Time of perf orma nce.-When not othe rw ise specified ill the invitatio n, the bidder must state t h e least number o f calendar days (countin g Sundays and h o li days) a f ter date of re c eip t of notice to proceed, in whic h he will comm ence perf orma n ce and t h e number of c alendar d ays (count in g Sund ays and holidays ) there a fte r in which h e will co m p lete. In stating time the bidder shoul d m ake d u e allo wance for probable diffic ul t ies which may be encountered 10--17111 (2)

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18. Bidders interested in more than one bid.-If more than one bid be offered by anyone party, by or in t h e name o f his or their clerk, partner, or other person, al suc h bids may be rejected. (Sec. 3 722 R. S.) This shall not prevent a bidder from proceeding under paragraph 5 h e reof, nor from quoting different prices on different qualities of material or diff e re n t conditions of delivery. A party who h a s quoted prices on materials to a bidder is not thereby disqualifi ed f r o m quoting prices to other bidders or f rom su b mitting a bid directly for the materials or wor k 19. Errors in bid.-Bidders or their authorized agents are expected to examine the maps, drawings, specifications, circ ulars, schedule, and all other i ns t r uetion s p er taining to the work, which will be open to their i nspection. Failure to do so will b e at the bidder's own risk, and h e can not secu re relief on the plea of erro r in t he bid. In ca s e of error in the extension of prices the unit price will govern. 20. Preference for domestic articIes.-Preference will be given to articles or materials of dome s t i o producti o n, conditions of quulity and price, including dut y, being equal. 21. Dealer or manufacturer.-In bids for supplies or manufactured articles, bidders will state heth r they are manufacturers of or re gu l a r dealers in the a r ticles. If practicable to do so, b i dders who are not manufactme rs will give the name of the manufacturer from whom the articles are to be obtained, including catalogue references 22. Samples .-Whcn samples are r equired, they must be submitted by the bidder so as to reac h the office designated p rio r t o the hour set for op en ing the bids. Samples shall be furnished free of exp e n se to the Government, prope rly marked for identification, and n ccompanied by a list when there is more tha n one sample. The G overnment reserves the right to mutilate or destroy any sample submitted w he neve r it may b e con side red nece ssary to do so for the purpose of testing Samples not required in c onnection with the. award or delivery of supplies will, upon request, if promptly made, be returned at the bidder's 23. Contract and bond.-The bidder to whom award is made must, when required, enter into written contra t o n the s t a nd ard Government form, with satisfactory security in the amount required, within t e p e r iod sp ecified or, if no period be specified, within ten days after the prescribed forms are presented to him for signature. 24. Eight-hour law.-The eight-hour labor statute cited in Article 11 of the construction contract d es not a pply to the procurement of supplies, materials, or articles which may usually be bought in the open mark et, whether made to conform to particular or not, or to the constructio n or repair of l evees or rev etments necessary for protection against floods or overflows on the navignble waters of the United States, or t o any emergency caused by fire, famine, or flood, by danger to life or to property, o r by other extraordinary event or condition on account of which the President shall subs equently de clare the violation to have been excusable 25. Patents.-Unles s specified by the Government, patented articles shall not knowingly be used in c onnecti o n with the performance of the contract by the contractor, unless he i.s the owner or li c e nsee thereof 0 proc ure s the same in open market, or unless full information relative t h e reto shall have been furn i shed in his proposal. The contmctor must notify the Government immediately of any claim or i nfringement of any patent in con nection with the performanee of the contract. (These instructions are not to be incorporated In the contract)

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PARAGRAPH 2 0 OF THE S T ANDARD INSTRUCTI ONS TO B I D J ERS I S I N ACCORDANCE T TLE I I I OF THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1933. PUBLIC No. 428, SEC T ION 3 OF WH ICH AS FOLLOWS: SECT ION 3 (A) EVERY CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION ALTER A T ION OR OF ANY P U B L I C OR PUBL I C WOR K THE UN I TED STATES OUT OF AN APPROPR I AT I ON HERETOFORE MADE OR HEREAFTER TO BE MADE SHALL A PROVIS t ON THAT T H E PERFORMANCE or THE WORK THE CON T RACTOR, SUBCONTRACTORS, MEN, OR SUPPL I ERS, SHALL USE ONL Y SUCH UNMANUFACTURED ART I 8lES, AND SUPP LI ES AS HAVE BEEN OR PRODUCED IN THE UN I TED STA TES, AND ONLY SUCH MANUFACTURED AND SUPP L I SS AS HAVE BEEN MANUFACTURED TH[ UN ITED STATES SUBSTANT I ALLY ALL FROM ARTICLES, MATERIALS OR SUPPLIES PRODUCED OR MANUFACTURED, AS THE CASE MAY BE IN THE UN I TED STATES EXCEPT AS PROV I DED SECT ION 2: PROV I DED HOWEVER, THAT I F THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OR ESTABL I SHMEN T THE CONTRACT SHALL F I ND THAT RESPECT TO SOME PARTICULAR AR TI CLES, MATER I ALS, OR SUPPL I ES I T IS IMPRACTICABLE TO SUCH REQU i REMEN T OR THAT I T WOULD UNREASONABLY THE COST, AN EXCEPT ION SHALL BE IN THE AS TO THAT PARTICULAR ARTICLE, MATERI AL, OR SUPPLY AND A PUBLI C RECORD MADE OF THE F I NDI NGS WHlCH THE EXCEPT I ON (B) I F THE HEAD o r A DEPARTMENT, AGENCY, OR I NDEPENDENT ESTABLI SHMENT WH I C H HAS MADE ANY CONTRACT, CONTHE PROVI S ION REQUIRED B Y SUBSECT ION (A) FINDS THAT I N THE PERfORMANCE OF SUCH CONTRACT THERE HAS BEEN A FAILURE TO COMPLY SUCH PROVI S I ONS, HE SHAL L MAKE PUBLI C HIS F I NDI NGS, INCLUDING THERE I N THE NAME OF THE CON-RACTOR OBLIGATED UNDER SUCH CON7RACT, AND NO OTHER CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OR REPAIR OF ANY PUBL I C O R ?UB L I : WORK IN THE UNITED STATES OR ELSEWHERE SHALL BE AWARDED TO SUCH CONTRACTOR, SUBCON7RACTORS, TERIAL MEN, OR SUPPL I ERS W I TH WHI:H SUCH CONTRACTOR IS OR A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS AFTER SUCH I S MADE PUBLIC. HVJ' S

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ST. ALGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AM) OU.H. If'IDEX NOTICE:-THIS INDEX IS FOR CONVENIENCE ONLY. ITS ACCURACY IS NOT GUARANTEED, AND IT IS NOT TO 8E CONSIDERED AS PART IN CASE OF DISC REPANCY BETWEEN THE INDEX AND THE SPECIFICATION, THE SPECIFICATION PAR. No. SPEOIAL GENERAL REQUIR8ViENTS SAI\J1PLES. 51 EXOAVATiON' GRADING, ETC 64STEEL SHEET PILING: 85 OONORETE AND 'OEfv'iENT WORK 88 MORTARS 197 WATERPROOF 1NG, ME1vBRANE TYPE. 207 BR IOK\iVORK AND HOLLON TILE 222 STONE WORK. : 270 STRUOTURAL !'vtETAL' WORK 313 MISOELLANEOUS METAL'WORK. 338 ORN.AJV1ENTAL VvORK. ,36 I METAL COUNTER OOVER ING 407 BRONZE WORK. 410 VAULT roORS 421 STEEL WI f\IDOWS (SOL ID SECT ION) 425 ELEVATOR HO ISTWAY ENTRANOES 452 ROLLI f\G STEEL OURT!, 458 HOLLOiV METAL WORK. 465 SHEET METAL WORK. 483 OOf\J1POS 1 T I ON ROOF ING. 524 TI LE ROOF ING. 537 INSULATION 554 -1EVH

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ST. AL'GUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. LATHING, PLASTERING, FURRING, ETC .. STUCCO. .. MARBLE. .. 0 METAL DOORS OF PLUVBING ENCLOSURES ... T I LE WORK .. TERRAZZO. COtU<: C "APET. .. WCODWCRI< 'CARPENTRY ) i MILLWCRK AND F I N ISH. ILDERS' HARDWARE. PAINTI N G AND FINISHING .. TREA1MENTS FOR FLOCR FINISHES .. GLASS AND GLAZ ING. SPECI A L M E CHANICAL ... I NG. WATER COOLERS. HEATI NG ... JONDUIT AND WIRII\G. CLOC K PAR. N o 559 620 627 650 659 683 .9% .. 703 735 836 879 930 944 960 978 1015 1179 1258 1317 1]46 EVH -2

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RATE OF WA.GE REPORT S JANUARY 8, 1935 PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS Of PU B L I C ACT No. 324, 7 3RD CONGRESS, APPROVED JUNE 13, 1934 (48 STA T 948), CONCERNING RAT:S Of 2AY FOP. LABOR, THE SECRETARY Of THE TR EASURY rND THE SECRE TARY of THE INTERIOR HEREBY PROMULGATE TH E fOLLOW ING REGULATIONS: SECTION 1. SAID ACT READS A S fOLLOWS : EffECTUATE THE r URPOSE OF CERTAIN STATU T ES C ONCERNING RAT r S Of PAY FOR LABOR, BY M A K I NG IT UNL A WfUL TO PREVENT ANYONE fROM RECEIVING THE COMPENS ATI O N C ONT RACTED FOR THEREUNDER, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSE S. BE IT ENACTED BY THE SENATE AND H OUSE Of REPRESEN TA TIVES Of THL UNITED STATES Of AMERICA IN C O N GRESS ASSEMBLED THAT WHOEVER SHALL INDUCE ANY PE SON E M P LOYED IN THE PROSECUTIO N O R COM PLE TION Of AN' PUBLIC BUILDING, PUBLI: WORK, OR BU ILD I N G OR WORK FINANCED IN WHOLE OR IN PART BY LOANS OR GRANTS fROM THE UNI TE D S T ... TLS, OR IN THE REPAI R TO UP ANY P A R T O F THE SATION TO WHICH HE I S E N T I T LE D UNDER HIS CONTR A C T OF PL O YMENT, B V fORCE) INTIMIDATION, THR EA T O F DI S MiSSAL FROM SUCH OR B Y ANY M ANN E R SHALL BE fiNED NOT MORE THAN $ 5 ,000, O R IMPKI S oNE D NOT MORE THAN fiVE YEARS, OR BOTH "SEC. 2 To AID IN THE Of THE MBOVr SECTION, THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY AND THE SECRETARY Of THE INTERIOR JOINTLY SHALL MAKE REASONABLE REGULATIONS FOR CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS ON ANY SUCH BUILDING OR WORK, INCLUDING A THAT EACH CONTRACTOR AND TOR SHALL fURNISH WEEKLY A SWO R N Af fiDAVIT WIT H RESPECT TO THE PAlO EACH TH( PRECED:N G WE EK. n EACH CONTRA CTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR ENGAGED IN THE PRE SECUTION, OR COMPLET :ON Of ANY 8UILD:NG OR WORK Of THE UNITED STATES OR O f ANY BUILDING OR WORK f iNANCED IN WHOLE OR IN PAR T BY LOANS OR GRANTS FROM THE UNITED STATtS, OR : N THE REPAI R THEREO F SHALL fURNISH EACH WEEK AN WITH RESPECT TO THE WAGES P AID EACH EMP LOYEE D URING THE PRECEDING WEEK SAID AFfIDAVIT SHALL SE IN T H E STATE O f ........ ....... ) 55: COUNTY OF .. ... .. ... ) I ............................................ (NA:'},. [ OF PARTY SIGNING AffiDAVIT) (TITLE) DO HEREBY CERTlfV THAT I AM (THE EMPLOYE E Of) ....... (NAME OF CONTRACTOR OR SUBCON TR A CTOR) WHO SUPERV I SED T;-'[ PAYMENT Of THE EMPLOYEES Of SAID CONTRACTOR (SUBCONTRACTOR); THAT THE ATTACHED PAY ROLL I S A TRUE AND ACCURATE REPORT Of THE fULL WEEKLY WAGES DUE AND PAIJ TO EACH PERSON EM PLOYED BY THE SAl) CONTRACTOR (SUBCONTRACTOR) fOR THE CON STRUCTION Of .... .. .. ... (PROJECT), FOR THE WEEKLY PAY ROLL PERIOD fR OM THE ... DAY Of ............. 193 TO THE ... DAY Of ..... 19 ; THAT NO REBATES OR DEDUCTIONS f ROM ANY WAGES DUE ANY -1-RWEK (OVER)

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SUCH PERSON AS SET OUT ON THE ATTACHED PAY ROLL HAVE BEEN DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY MADE; AND THAT, TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BEL I EF THERE EXISTS NO AGREEMENT OR UNDERSTANDING WITH ANY PERSON EMPLOYED ON THE OR ANY PERSON WHATSOEVER, PURSUANT TO WHICH IT IS CONTEMPLATED THAT I OR ANYONE ELSE SHALL, DIRECTLY OR BY FORCE, INTIMIDATION, THREAT OR OTHERWISE, INDUCE OR RECEIVE ANY DEDUCTIONS OR REBATES IN ANY MANNER WHATSOEVER FROM ANY SUM PAID OR TO BE PAID TO ANY PERSON AT ANY TIME FOR LABOR PERFORMED OR TO BE PERFORMED UNDER THE CONTRACT FOR THE ABOVE SWORN TO BEFORE ME THIS ............. DAY OF ....... 193____ SECTION J. SAID AFFIDAVIT SHALL BE EXECUTED AND SWORN TO BY THE OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE OF THE CONTRACTOR OR SUBCONTRACTOR WHO SUPERVISE THE PAYMENT OF ITS EMPLOYEES. SAID AFFIDAVIT SHALL BE DELiVERED, WITHIN THREE DAYS AFTER THE PAYMENT OF THE PAYROLL TO WHICH IT IS ATTACHED, TO THE GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE IN CHARGE AT THE SITE OF THE PARTICULAR IN RESPECT OF WHICH IT IS FURNISHED, WHO SHALL FORWARD THE SAME PROMPTLY TO THE FEDERAL AGENCY HAVING CONTROL OF SUCH IF NO GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE IS IN CHARGE AT THE SITE, SUCH AFFIDAVIT SHALL BE MAILED WITH!N SUCH THREE-DAY PERIOD TO THE FEDERAL AGENCY HAVING CONTROL OF THE PROJECT. SECTION 4 AT THE TIME UPON WHICH THE FIRST AFFIDAVIT WITH RE SPECT TO THE WAGES PAID TO EMPLOYEES IS REQUIRED TO BE FILED BY $ CONTRACTOR OR SUBCONTRACTOR PURSUANT TO THE RE.QUIREMENTS OF THESE REGULATIONS, THERE SHALL ALSO BE FILED IN THE MANNER REQUIRED BY SECTION J HEREOF A STATEMENT UNDER OATH BY THE CONTRACTOR OR SUB CONTRACTOR, SETTING FORTH THE NAME OF ITS OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE WHO SUPERVISES PAYMENT OF EMPLOYEES, AND THAT SUCH OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE I S IN A POS I T I ON TO HAVE FULL KNOWLEDGE OF THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE FORM OF AFFIDAVIT REQUIRED BY SECTION 2 HEREOF. A SIMILAR AFFIDAVIT SHALL BE IMMEDIATELY FILED IN THE EVENT OF A CHANGE IN THE OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE V/HO SUPERVISES THE PAYMENT OF EMPLOYEES. IN THE EVENT THAT THE CONTRACTOR OR SUBCONTRACTOR IS A CORPORATION, SUCH AFFIDAVIT SHALL BE EXECUTED BY ITS PRESIDENT OR A VICEPRESIDENT. IN THE EVENT THAT THE CONTRACTOR OR SUBCONTRACTOR IS A PARTNERSHIP, SUCH AFFIDAVIT SHALL BE EXECUTED BY A MEMBER OF THE FIRM. SECTION 5. THESE REGULAT I ONS SHALL BE MADE A PART OF EACH CONTRACT EXECUTED AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF BY THE GOVERNMENT FOR ANY OF THE PURPOSES ENUMERATED IN SECTION 2 HEREOF. SECTION 6. THESE REGULATIONS SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE ON JANUARY 15, 1935. H. MORGENTHAU, JR., SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. HAROLD L. ICKES, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.

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SPECI REQ UIREMENT S CONDITION OF BIDD ING --EACH B I D MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A STATEMENT OF FACT IN DETA I L OF THE AND TECHNICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE BIDDER AVAILABLE FOR THE WORK, INCLUDING FINAN CIAL RESOURCES AND BUILDING THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ANY BIJ WHERE A N I NVEST I GAT I ON OR THE EVIDENCE SUBM I TTED BY SUCH BIDDER DOES NOT SA T I SFY THE C O NTRACTING OFFICER THAT SUCH BIDDER 1S QUALIFIED TO C ARRY OUT PROP ERLY THE TERMS OF THE IN AWARDING A CONTRACT, CONSIDERAT I ON WILL NOT SE GIVEN TO BIDDERS WHO HAVE NOT CONSTRU CTE D AT LEAST ONE BU!LDING COMPARABLE WITH THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THE BI D IS SUBM I TTED. IF THE FIRM OR INDIVIDU L SUBMITTING THE BID HAS NOT CONST RUCT ED SUCH A BUILDING AS CONTRAC TOR, gUT AS A MEMBER OF THE FI R M OR I NDIVIDUAL HAS DONE so WHEN N CHARGE AS AN OFFICER O f ANOTHER FI RM, SUCH A BIJDER RECE I VE CONSIDERATION. ALSO IN THE OF A BIDDER, THE GO V ERNMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT T O T A K E CONSIDERATION H I S RECORD ON CONTRACTS HAD WITH TH I S O R OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES, AND TO REJECT HIS B!D I F SUCH RE COR D S DISCLOSE THAT THE BIJDER HAS HAB!TUALLY AND WITHOUT JU S T C A U S E N EGLECTED THE ?AYMENT OF SILLS AND OTHERWISE DISREGA RD E D HIS OBl TO HIS SUBCONTRACTORS MATERIAL MEN, OR EMP L OYEES DOMESTIC ARTICLES.-ll-.j THE. ?f.RI'"ORMt\i\)CE OF THE WORK B Y THIS CONTRACT THE CON-RACTOR SUBCONT RACTORS, MATERIAL MEN OR SUPPLIERS, SHALL USE ONLY SUCH ARTICLES, MATER AL S AND SUPPLIES AS HAVE BEEN M I NED O R P R O D UCED IN THE UNITED STATES, AND ONLY SUCH MANUFACTURED ARTICL ES MATER i ALS, AND SUPPLIES AS H t VE BEEN MANUFACTURED IN TH E UNt T E D S TA TES SUBSTANTIALLY ALL FROM CLES, MATERIALS, OR SUP PLIES MI N E D PRODUCED, OR MANUFACTURED, A S THE CASE MAY BE IN THE UN I T E D S TATE S THE FOREGOING PROVISION NOT APPLY TO SUCH M A T E R I ALS, OR SUPPLIES OF THE CLAS S OP KIND TO BE USED OR S UCH 'QT M,\TER f ALS, OR SUPPLIES FROM WH1 "H THEY ARE MANUFACTURED A S A R E NOT M I NED PRODUCED, OR MANUFAC T URl C, AS THE CASE MAY BE, I N THE U N I TED I N SUFFICIENT AND REA SON A B L Y AVAILABLE COMMERC I AL QU ANTITIE S AND OF A SATISFACTORY QUALITY O R TO SUCH ARTICLES, MATERIAL S O R S U PPLI ES AS MAY BE EXCEPTED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE TREAS U R Y U N DER THE PROVISO OF TITLf. I I I, SEC 3 0 THE ACT OF CONGRESS A PPR OVE O MA RCH 3, 1 933, OR TO THE ITEMS NOT E D BELOW: CORK L I COR I CE ROO T R UBB E R CHRO;,1 UM SI SAL A SBESTO S Arn I,,AONY PL A T I :WM HEMP ENG L I S H C H I NA C L A Y MANGANESE TIN FLAX ENG L I SH BALL C LAY T I TANIUM N I CKE L JUTE CARNA U8A II, AX TUNGSTEN NATURAL NIC I>:E SILK MICA ZIRCON I UM ALLOY S ETC, ETC IF THE HEAD Of THE DEP ARTM E N T F I NDS THAT IN THE OF THIS CONTRACT THERE HAS BEEN 4 FA I_ URE TO WITH THE FOREGOING PROVI S ION W I TH RESPECT T O MATERIAL, HE WILL M AKE PUBLI8 THE NAME OF THE C O NTR AC TOR UNDER TH I S CONT R A C T AND NO OTHER CONTRACT F OR THE ALTERATION OR REPA IR OF ANY PUBL I C OR WOR K THE UN I TED STATES OR ELSEWHE R E SHALL B E TO SUCH CONTRACTOR, SU6CONT RAC TORS, MATERIAL MEN OR SUPPL JERS WI TH WHICH SUCH CONTRACTOR IS ASSOCIATED OR AFFI L IATE D W I T H I N A PER IOD of THREl YEARS AFTER SUCH IS MADE PUBL I C HV,'S -I -SR

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WORK TO BE DONE BY CONTRACTOR.--THE CONTRACTOR SHALL EXECUTE ON THE SITE AND WITH HIS OWN ORGANIZATION WORK EQUIVALENT TO AT LEAST 25 PER CENT OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE CONTRACT PRICE, CARRYING ALL LABOR, BOTH SKILLED AND UNSKILLED, ON HIS OWN PAY ROLL. THE COST OF THE MATERIAL UPON WHICH SUCH IS EMPLOYED IN PLACING MAY BE INCLUDED IN THE PER CENT. REPORTS.--THE CONTRACTOR WILL REPORT MONTHLY, AND WILL CAUSE ALL SUBCONTRACTORS TO REPORT IN MANNER, FIVE DAYS AFTER THE CLOSE Of EACH CALENDAR MONTH, ON FORMS TO BE FURNISHED ey THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, THE NUMBER Of PERSONS ON RE SPECTIVE PAY ROLLS, THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF SUCH PAY ROLLS, THE MAN HOURS WORKED, AND THE TOTAL EXPENDITURES FOR MATERIALS HE SHALL FURNISH TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR THE NAMES AND OF ALL SUBCONTRACTORS ON THE WORK AT THE EARLIEST DATE BLE, PROVIDED THAT THE FOREGOI.'JG SHALL BE APPLICABLE ONLY TO A 1 THE S I I.E Of THE COtlSTRUCT ION PROJECT. PENALTY fOR F.ALSE CERTlfICATION.--SECTION 35 OF T.HE CODE I AS AMENDED, A PENALTY OF NOT MORE THAN ,' 0 ,000 lIoJPRJSONMEfIIT Of NOT MORE THAN TEN YEARS, OR BOTH, fOR KNOvyl'IJGLY AND W1LLfULLY MAKING OR CAUSING TO BE MADE "ANY FALSE OR FRAUDULENT STATEMENTS ***** OR USE OR CAUSE TO BE MADE OR USED ANY FALSE***** ACCOUNT, CLAIM, CERTIFICATE, AFFI DAVIT OR DEPOSITION, THE SAME TO COtHAIN ANY FRAUDULENT OR FICTITIOUS STATEMENT *****" RELATING TO ANY MATTER THE JURISDICTION OF ANY GOVERNMENTAL DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY. CORRECTION.--IN THE FOLLOW I NG SPECIFICATIONS, UNDER THE VARIOUS HEADINGS OR BRANCHES OF WORK THE WORDS ARCHITECT" OCCUR, THEY ARE TO BE OMITTED AND THE WORDS "PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH", SHALL BE SUBSTITUTED. HWS -2-SR

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RATE m-'t.'AGE.--THE F OLLOWIN G PARAGRAPH P E R T AI!'H N G TO THE RATE OF WAGE SHALL A PP L Y TO EVER Y CON T RAC T EXCE SS OF F IV E T HOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) f N A '.10U NT; THE RATE or WAGE FOR ALL LABORERS AND EMP L OYE D BY THE CONTRACTOR O R AN Y SUB-CONTRACTOR ON T HE PUBLIC BUILDING COVERED B Y T H I S CONTR A C T SHALL B E NOT LES S THAN THE PREVAI L I NG RATE OF WAGES FOR WORK OF A S I M I LAR NATURE I N THE CiTY, V I LLAGE OR OT HER CIV I L D I V I S I ON OF THE STATE I N WHICH THE PUBLI C BUILDING I S LOCA TED. I N CASE ANY D! 3 P U r E AR I SES AS T O WHAT ARE THE P R EVA IL I NG RAT E S OF WAGES FOR WOR K o r A S I M I LAR NAT URE APPLICABLE TO THE CONTR A C T W HIC H CANNOT BE ADJU STED BY THE CON T R ACTING O F F I CER, THE SHA LL BE REFERRED T O THE SECRET ARY OF LABOR FOR DETERMINATION AND HI S DECIS I ON THEREON SHALL BE CONCLUS IV E ON ALL PART IES TO THE A S PRO V ) DED IN T H E A C T cr MARCH 3, 1 331 (PUBL IC N o 798 ) EXECUT IVE ORDER, JANUARY 19, 1332.-I N O RDER T O EFFECT THE PURPOSES OF f HE ACT OF MA RCH 3, 193 1 SPEC I F I E D ABOVE, THE FO LLOWI N G STIPULAT I ON S SHA L L BE A DDE D THE ST I PULATION R EQUIRED BY ACT. (A) I T 1 5 E X P R E S SLY AND AGREE D TH AT Tlf E AFORESAID WAGES SHALL B E PAI D UNCONDITIONALLY FULL NOT LE SS orTEN THAN ONCE A WEEK AND I N LAWFUL MONEY OF T H E UNI TED STATES TO THE FULL AMOUNT ACCR UED TO E A C H I N DIVIDUAL AT TIM E O F PAYMENT AND W I THOUT SUBSEQUENT DEDU CT ION O R REBATE O N A N Y ACCOUN T (B) IT I S EXPRESSLY UNDERSTOOD A N D AGREED THAT F O R THE PURPOSE OF SAI D ACT E VERY PERSON, WHIL E PERFORMING \ O RK OF A L ABORER OR MECHANI C ON THE PUBLIC W O R K COVERED B Y THI :; CONTRACT I S TO BE REGARDED AS A S A OR MECHAN IC BY THE CONTRACTOR OR REG A R DLE SS OF ANY CON TR A C TUAL RE L ATIONSHIP ALLEGED TO EX I ST BETWEEN THE OR SUBCONTRACTOR AND SUCH LABORER OR MECHAN I (C) I T I S U NDERS TO OD AND AGREED THAT THE PAYROLLS or THE CONTRACTOR AND ALL SUBCONTRAC TO RS AND AGREE MEN TS MADE BY ThE CONTRACTOR OR SUBCONTRACTOR OR ANY PARTY RELAT ING TO THE EMPLOYMENT or LABORERS OR OR THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK O F LABORERS AND MECHAN ICS ON SAI D AND TO THE WAGES OR COMPENSAT ION T O BE PA I D THEREFOR, ARE TO BE O P EN TO INSPE C T I ON BY THE CON-RACTING OfFI CER AT SUCH T I MES AS THE ELE CT, PROV I DED THA T SUCH NSPECT I ON SHALL NOT INT ERFERE W I TH THE PROPER AND ORDERLY PROSECU TI ON OF THE WORK, AND THAT A CLEARLY L E G B L E STATEMEN T OF THE RATE S PAYABLE AS AFORESA!D UNDER THI S CONTRACT SHAL L BE POSTED BY THE CONTRACTOR I N A PROMINENT AND EASILY ACCESS08LE P LACE A T T H E S I T E OF THE WORK SO THAT SUCH STATEMENT MAY BE SEEN A T ANY T I ME BY PERSONS ENGAGED ON T H E WORK, (D) I T S FUR f HER E XPRESSLY UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED THAT I F IT SHOULD BE rOUND B THE CONTRACTI N G OFFICER T HAT ANY LABORER OR MECHAN i C EMPLOYED BY T HE CONTRA CTO R OR A N Y SUBCON TRACTOR ON THE PUBL I C WORK COVERED BY T HIS CON TRACT HAS BEEN OR I S BEING PAID A RATE or WAGES LESS THAN THE RA T E O F WAGES, AS AF O RESA I D, THE GOVERNMENT MAY, BY WRITrEN NOT I C E TO THE CONTRACTOR, TERM I NAT E H I S Rl3HT TO PROCEED W I TH THE WORK, OR SUCH PA R T OF THE WORK AS TO W HICH THE R E HAS BEEN A FAILURE TO PAY SAI D PREVAI L I N G WAGES. I N SUCH EVENT, I T I S UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED THAT THE GOVERNMENT MA Y TAKE OVER T HE W ORK AND PROSECUTE THE SAME TO COMPLET I ON BY OR OTHERWISE AND THAT THE AND H I S SURET I E S SHALL BE L I ABLE TO THE GOV ERN MEN T FOR ANY EXCESS COST O CCA SIONED THE THEREBY, HWS

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ST. ALGUSTINE, FLA. 9 P.O. AND CU.H. GENERAL I. BIDS.--BIDS MUST BE BASED UPON Nos. G-I TO G-5 INCLI,JSIVE, G-IOO, G-IOI, G-102, G-200 TO G-208 INCLUSIVE, G-400 TO G-404 INCLUSIVE, G-PH-450, G-PHE-45I MISCELLANEOUS DRANING No. 305-1 AI'-JD THIS SPECIFICATION. IA. DRAWING No. XIA RELATING TO CONDITIONS OF THE SITE IS NOT TO BECOME A CONTRACT DRAWING. IT IS FURNISHED SIDDERS ONLY FOR SUCH USE AS THEY MAY CHOOSE TO MAKE OF IT. THE ACCURACY OF DATA GIVEN ON THIS DRAWING IS NOT GUARANTEED. lB. DRAWINGS Nos. CEI; CE2; CE3;'CEIOOr CEIOI; CE102; CEI03 ARE FURNISHED TO SHOW CONDITIONS OF EXISTING BUILDING, PART OF WHICH IS TO BE DEMOLISHED AND PART OF WHICH IS TO BE INCORPORATED IN THE NEW BUILDING. THESE DRnWINGS SHALL NOT BE AS PART OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, AND NOTHING -IN THESE DRAWINGS SHALL BE USED AS A BASIS OF CLAIM AGAINST THE GOVERNMENt WORK. 2. BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AND OPENED BY THE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT AND CONTRACT AWARDED BY THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT. ALL INQUIRIES THE TIME OF BIDDING SHALL BE ADDRESSED TO THE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT WHO WILL ISSUE TO ALL BIDDERS ANY AND ALL NECESSARY ADDENDA TO THE SPECIFICATIONS. AFTER THE AWARD OF THE CONTRACT THE WORK WILL BE PERFORMED UNDER THE SUPEHVIS1 'ON OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 3. ONE LUMP SUM BID IS REQUIRED FOR THE ENTIRE PROJECT. 4. SOOPE.--THE WORK TO BE DONE HEREUNDER INCLUDES THE FURNISHING OF ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL AND ALL WORK FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ENTIRE PROJECT COMPLETE INCLUDING .SUCH DEMOLITION, SHORING AND REPAIRING AS MAY BE REQUIRED IN THE REMODELING THE PRESENT BUILDING, ALL AS INDICATED 0N THE DRAWINGS AS SPECIFIED HEREIN. (A) APPROACH WOFiK SHALL BE I NCLurED AS 6FTHIS PROJECT. 5. WORK NOT INCLUDED.--THE FOLLOWING ITEMS OF WORK ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTI INTERIOR LIGHTING FIXTURES, EXCEPT CERTAIN SPECIAL FIXTURES HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED, FREIGHT ELEVATOR AND DOORS TO HATCHWAYS OF ELEVATOR. NOTE: THE COMPLETE ENTRANCES TO HOI STWAY OF ELEVATOR AfiE I NCLUDED IN THIS CONTRACT. 6. THE LOCK BOX AND LETTER AND PACKAGE DROP EQUIPMENT FOR THE LOBSY SCREEN WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE G OVERNIAENT F.O.B., ST. AUGUSTIWE, FLA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE AT THE 8UILDING AND PROPERLY INSTALLED AS OF tHE UNDER THIS SPECIFICATION. 6A. ONE VAULT DOOR AND FRAME, NOW IN USE ELSEWHERE, WILL BE DELIVERED BY OTHERS TO THE SITE AND SHALL BE INSTALLED PROPERLY IN PLACE ON ONE OF THE VAULTS. DOOR AND FRAME SHALL BE REFINISHED (ENAMELED), IF NECESSARY, EQUAL TO THE FINISH GN NEW VAULT DOORS. EVH -1

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ST. ALGUSTINE, f.LA., P.o..AND CU.H. 7. TIME FeR cav1PLETION.--THE FOR COMPLETION OF THE GONTRA '::T HEREUNDER SHALL BE THREE HUNDRED (300) CALENDAR DAYS FROM THE DATE OF NOTlbE TO PROCEED. 8. L 1QU IDATED --THE CONTRACTOR SHA,.L-PAY TO THE GOVERNMENT THE AMOUNT OF FIFTY DOLLARS ($50.00) AS FIXED, AGREED, AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FOR EACH CALENDAR DAY'S DELAY IN THE THE CONTRACT. 9. EXPLANATIQ\JS TO BIDDERS --No ORAL INTERPRETATION "fiLL BE MADE TO BIDDERS AS TO THE MEANING OF AND SPECIFICATIONS. REQUESTS FOR SUCH INTERPRET/\TIONS SHOULD BE MADE IN WRITING, ADDRESSED TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS ANY INTERPRETATIONS MADE TO BIDDERS WILL BE IN THE FORM OF AN ADDENDUM to THE SPECIFICATION, WHICH IF ISSUED, WILL BE SENT TO ALL BIDDERS ON OCT. 25, 1935 UNLESS THE URGENCY OF SOME INTERPRETATION WARRANTS AN EARLIER DATE. 1.0 .Bin GUARANTEE.--EACH BID SHAI .. L BE ACCOMPAN I ED BY A GUARANTEE IN NOT LESS THAN 2 PER CENT OF THE BID PRICE, AND MAY BE: BID BOND ON U. S. STANDARD FORM No. 24; C ERTIf--IED CHECK OR CASHIER'S CHECK. lN LIEU OF SURETIES BID .BONDS THERE'. MAYBE DEPOSITtD ( I N ACCORDANCE WITH TREASURY DEPARHilENT CIRCULAR No. 154 DATED FEBURARY 6, 1935) BONDS OR NOTES OF THE UNITED STIITES. THE PHRASE 'aONDS OR NOTES OF THE UNITED MEANS 'ANY PUBLIC-DEBT OBLIGATIONS OF THE UNITED STIITES AND ANY BONDS, NOTES, OR OTHER OBLIGATIONS WHICH liRE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED AS TO BOTH INTEREST AND PRINGIPAL BY THE UNITED STATES.' CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS MUST BE MADE TO THE ORD E R OF THE OF THE .UNITED STATES. i I. R E VISED WHETHER FORWARDED BY MAIL OR TELEGRAM, IF REPRESENTING AN INCREASE IN EXCESS OF 2 PER CENT OF THE ORIGINAL BID, MUST HAVE GUARANTEE ADJUSTED ACCORDINGLY, OTHRWISE THEY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. ARRANGEMENTS FOR ADJUSTED GUARANTEE IN OONNECTION WITH TELEGRAPHIC MODIFICATIONS OF BIDS MAY B E MADE THROUGH SOME SURETY COMPANY, LOCAL BANK, AUTHORIZED LOCAL AGENT, OR TELEGRAPHIC MONEY ORDER. 12. V I S IT TO S I TE.--B IDDERS SHOULD FULLY I NFORM THElv1SELVES AS TO THE LOCATIONSQF THE SITE AND AS TO THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH THE WORK IS TO BE riONE FAILURE TO TAKE THIS PRECAUTION WILL NOT RELIEVE THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER FROM FURNISHING ALL MATERIAL AND LABOR NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE CONTRACT WITHOUT ADDITL.tlNAL GOST TO THE GOVERNMENT. 13. PAYMENTS.--PARTIAL PAYMENTS ON WORK SATISFiicTQRILY EXECUTED IN PLACE WILL BE MADE MONTHLY ON ESTIMATES MADE AND APPROVED BY THE CONTRACTING OFFICER. THES E ESTIMATES WILL NOT INCLUDE MATERIALS DELIVERED ON THE SITE AND PREPARATORY WORK. TEN :PER CENT OF SUCH ESTIMATES WILL BE UNTIL FINAL COMP L ETION AND ACCEPTANC E OF THE WORK, PROVIDED, THAT IN THE DIS CRETiON OF THE CONTRACTING OFFICER, PAYMENT OF A PORTION OF THE RETAINED MAY BE MADE IN CASE THE CONTRACT IS PRACTICALLY COMPLETED AND THE WORK PUT TO USE BY THE GOVERNiviENT BEFORE F II'li ALA CGE PTA,NCE. No PARTiAL PAYMENT WILL BE l'JiADf: ON WORK NOT SATISFll,CTOfHLY EXEOUTED IN PL.AC E 14. SCHEDULE OF ESTIMATES.--AFTER THE AWARD OF THE CONTRACT THE CONTRACTOR AND THE CONSTRU CTION ENGiNEER SHALL TOG l THER MAKE UP AND AGREE ON A S CHEDULE OF THE ESTI MATED COSTS OF THE MAIN BRANCHES EVH -2

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STo AUGUSTINE; FLA.! P.O AND OF THE WORK, THE TOTAL OF WHICH SHALL EQUAL THE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRACT. THE VALUES EMPLOYED IN MAKING THE SCHEDULE WILL 8E USED ONLY FOR DETERM1NING PAYMENTS AND wILL NbT BE CONSIDERED AS FIXING A BASIS FOR ADDITIONS TO OR DEDUCTIONS FROM THE CONTRACT. ONE COPY OF THE SCHEDULE SHALL BE FORWARDED TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, 0,. OGPY '11 TI"I::: AND ONE COpy RETAINED lY THE CONSTRUCTION 15' ARCHITECT.-WHEREVER THE TERM "ARCHITECT" IS USED IN THIS SPECIFICATION IT REfERS TO MELLEN C. GREELEY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLA., WHO BY CONTRACT WI TH THE U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT ARE AUTHORIZED TO PREPARE ALL DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND FULL SIZE DETAilS, ALL SHOP DRAWINGS, APPROVE OR REJECT ARCHITECTURAL SAMPLES AS LISTED HEREIN, CRITICISE AND APPROVE PLASTER MOD(LS OF ORNAMENTAL WORK AS SHOWN NOT.ED ON CONTRACT DRAWINGS. 16, CONSTRUCTION ENGINEt:R.-THE ENGINEEr< HEREIN MENTIONED WILL BE DtTAILED BY THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, TO SUPERVISE THE WORK UNDER THIS SPECIFICATION. 17. PROTECTION OF PUBLIC AND PROPERTY.--THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT ALL MATERIALS AND WORK, PHETHER INCORPORATED IN THE BUILDING OR NOT, AGAINST INJURY FROM ANY CAUSE! AND SHALL P80VIDE AND MAINTAIN,'ALL NECESSARY GUARDS, LIGHTS! ETC., FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE PUBLIC, AND HE SHALL COMPLY ALL MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES WHICH APPLY TO THE USE OF SIDEWALKS AND STREETS OR A[LEYS FOR OPERATIONS, BUT SUCH ORDINANCES DO NOT APPLY OF LOT LINES. HE SHALL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR' INJURY TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY WHICH MAY OCCUR AS A R ESULT OF HIS OR NEGLIGENCE IN THE PROSECIDTION OF THE WORK. 18. PERfVlITS.--THE CONTRACTOR SHALL '/' ITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE TO THE GOVERNMENT OBTAIN ALL REQUIRED LICENSES, PERMITS, ETC. THIS APPLIES TO WORK OUTSIDE THE LOT LINES, THE USE OF STREETS AND SIDEWALKS, THE PROTECTION OF PUBLIC AND TRAFFIC, UTILITY SERVICE LINES, ETC. STATE OR MUNICIPAL 8UILDING REGULATIONS DO NOT APP:LY TO WORK INSIDE THE GOVERNivlENT'S LOT LINES. 19. REMOVAL OF CLEANI N G, ETC.--THE CONTRACTOR SHALL AS DIRE CTED WRING THE PROGRESS OF THE WORK REMOVE AND PROPERLY DISPOSE OF RESULTANT DIRT AND DEBRIS. UPON OF WORK HE SHALL REMOVE ALL EQUIPMENT AND UNUSED MATERIALS PROVIDED FOR THE AND PUT THE PREMISES IN A NEAT AND CLEAN CONDITION, AND DO ALL CLEANING AND WASHING REQUIRED BY THE SPECIFICATION. 20. MATERIALS ON THE SITE.--WHEN MATERIAL OF VALUE IS FOUND ON THE SITE, AND 'I,/HEN rvlATERIAL OF VAL U E IS TAKEN FROM \UORK Nml / IN PLACE, IT SHALL REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF THE GOVERNMENT. SUCH MATERIALS SHALL BE STORED ON THE WHEN CONFORMING WITH THE CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS AND CONSIDERED SUITABLE FOR REUSE IN THE OPINION OF THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER, THEY MAY BE REUSED IN THE WORK AS DIRECTED BY HIM. f\'tATERI{I. L TAKEN FtWf\/; I>V ORK NOW IN PU,CE, WHICH IN THE OPINION OF THE CONSTHUCTION ENGINEE 1I HAS NO VALUE, SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE PREMISES BY THE CONTRACTOR AS DEBRIS. 21. ;WHEN THE SITE OF THE WORK I S NOT OCCUP I E D BY THE GOVERNMENT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL,UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT, KEEP ANY ADJACENT SIDEWALKS CLEAN AND FREE FROM ICE AND SNOW. EVH -3

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ST. ALGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND OU.H. 22. PATENTS.--THE CONTRI\CTOH SHALL HOLD AND SAVE THE GOVERNMENT, ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, SErNANTS AND nAPLOYEES, HARIv1LESS' fROM LIABILI7Y OF ANY NATURE OR KIND, INCLUDING COSTS AND EXPENSES, FOR OR ON ACCOUNT OF ANY PATENTED OR UNPATENTED ARTICLE OR APPLIANCE MANUFACTURED OR USED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THIS CONTRACT, INCLUDING THEIR USE BY THE GOVERNMENT, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY STIPULATED IN THIS CONTRACT. 23. FEDERALSPECIFICATION.--SPECIFICATIONS TO HEREIN BY NUMBER ARE FEDERI\L INCLUDING REVISIDNS AND ADDENDA, IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF ISSUE OF THIS MATERIALS HEREIN SHALL CONFORM TO THE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT OF THE RESPECTIVE FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS REFERRED TO. "FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS" AND "TREASURY DEPARTMENT STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS" ARE NOT FURNISHED T6BIDDERS, EXCEPt UPON REQUEST, FOR THE REASON THAT THEY WERE PREPARED COLLABORATION WITH THE MATERIALS PRODUCERS WHO ARE ASSUMED T6 BE FAMILIAR WITH THEIR REQUIREMENTS. COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED UPON REQUEST TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, INDICATING BY NUMBER THE SPECIFICATION DESIRED. 24. fViEASUREMENTS.--ALL DIi,,1ENS IONS SHOWN OF EX IST ING !1'ORK AND ALL DIMENSIONS REQUIRED FOR WORK THAT IS TO CONNECT WITH IN PLACE, SHALL BE VERIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR BY ACTUAL MEASUREMENT OF THE EXISTING WORK. ANY DISCREPANCIES THE DRAWjNGS'AND SPECIFICATIONS AND THE EXISTING CONDITIONS SHALL BE REFERRED TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, FOR ADJUSTMENT BEFORE ANY AFFECTED THEREBY HAS BEEN PERFORMED. 25', N8N WORK.--NEW IN EXTENSION OF EXISTING WORK SHALL CORRESPOND IN ALL RESPECTS THAT TO WHICH IT CONNECTS, OR TO SIMILAR EXISTING WORK, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICI\TED SPECIFIED. 26. OLD .WORK.--Ex IST ING SHALL BE CUT., ALTERED,' REMOVED, OR TEMPORARILY REMOVED AND REPLACED AS NECESSARY FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK TO BE DONE. WORK REMAINING IN PLACE DAMAGED OR DEFACED BY REASON OF WORK DONE UNDER THIS SPECIFICATION SHALL BE RESTORED EQUAL TO ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION. 27. DRAWINGS.--THE GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE DETI\IL 1f.. .'ORK IS SHOWN ON THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS, BUT MINOR MAY BE MADE THE FULL SI ZE DRflWINGS OR MODELS .. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT GET OUT ANY PART OF THE WORK REQUIRING FULL SIZE OR MODELS UNTIL HE HAS RECEIVED THE SAME. 28. VVHERE THE \'lORD "s IMI Lt,R" OCCURS ON THE DRAW INGS IT SHI\LL BE USED IN ITS GENERAL SENSE AND NOT AS MEANING IDENTICAL, AND ALL. DETAILS SHALL BE WORKED OUT IN RELATION TO THEIR LOCATION I\Nti CONNECTION TO OTHER PARTS OF THE WORK. 29. WHERE ON ANY DRAWINOO A PORT ION OF THE WORK I SDRAWN OUT AND THE REMAINDER IS INDICATED IN OUTLINE, THE DRAWN OUT PARTS SHALL I\PPLY ALSO TO ALL OTHER LIKE PORTIONS OF THE WORK. WHERE ORNAMENT OR OTHER DETAIL IS INDICATED BY SUCH DETAILS SHALL BE CONTINUED THROUGHOUT THE COURSES OR PARTS IN WHICH tT OCCURS AND SHALL ALSO APPLY TO ALL SIMILI\R PARTS IN THE WORK, UNLESS INDICATED. 30. SPECIFICATION IS INTENDED TO SUPPLEMENT THE DRAWINGS AND, THEREFORE IT WILL NOT BE ITS PROVINCE TO MENTION ANY PORTION OF THE WHICH THE DRAWINGS ARE EVH -4

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. COMPETENT TO EXPLAIN, AND SUCH OMISSION SHA L L NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR FROM CARRYING 00T SUCH PORTIONS ONLY ON THE DRAWINGS, AND SHOULD ITEMS REQUIRED BY THE SPECIFICATION NOT INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS THEY SHALL BE SUPPLIED EVEN IF OF SUCH NATURE THAT THEY COULD BEEN INDICATED THEREON. 31. OF THE STANDARD GOVERNMENT FORM OF CONTRACT (CON STRUCTION) PROVIDES: "IN CASE OF DIFFERENCE SETWEEN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, THE SHALL GOVERN". NOTE.--THE PROVISION OF THIS PARAGRAPH IS INTENDED TO APPLY ONLY WHERE AN ITEM OF WORK OR MATERIAL IS SPECIFIED DIFFERENTLY FROM THAT WHICH IS INDICATED ON THE FOR THE SAME ITEM OF WORK OR MATERIAL. THE OMISSION FROM THE SPECIFICATION OF ANY ITEM CALLED FOR BY THE DRAWINGS (OR VICE VERSA) SHALL NOT BE INTERPRETED AS A "DIFFEFIENCE" WITHIN THE MEANING or THIS PARI\GRAPH (PAR. No. 31). 32. INTERPRETATIONS.--THE DECISION OF THE CONTRACTING OFFICER OR HIS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE AS TO THE PROPER INTERPRETATION OF tHE AND SPECIFICATIONS 8E FINAL. THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, IS THE DULY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CONTRACTING OFFICER. 33. CORRECTION OF DEFECTS.--IF THE CONTFIACTOR FAILS TO PROCEED AT ONCE WITH THE CORRECTION OF REJECTED DEFECTIVE MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 6 OF STANDARD GOVERNMENT FORM OF CONTRf,CT (CONSTRUCTION), THE GOVERNMENT MAY BY OONTRACT OR OTHERWISE HAVE THE DEFECTS REMEDIED OR CHANGES MADE AND CHARGE THE COST OF THE SAME AGAINST ANY MONEYS WHICH MAY 8E DUE THE CONTRACTOR FOR THIS OR OTHER WORK UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT 9 PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH .34. CLIMATIC CONDiTIONS.--WHEN so ORDERED BY THE CONTRACTING OFFICER THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUSPEND ANY WORK THAT MAY BE SUBJECT TO DAMAGE BY CLIMATIC CONDITIONS. 35. TEMPORARY HEATING.--THE CONTRACTOR SHI\LL PROVIDE TEMPORARY HEAT AS NECESSARY TO PROTECT ALL WORK AND MATERIALS AGAINST INJURY DAMPNESS AND COLD, TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER. 36. T8V1PORARY TOI LET ACCavlJlODATI --THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROV IDE FOR THE USE OF WORKMEN AMPLE Sr,NITARY TOILET ACCOMMODATIONS WITH SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS. HE SHALL KEEP SUCH PLACES IN A SANITARY CONDI T I ON AND, PR IOR TO THE C CMPLET ION OF THE CONTRf, CT, HE SHALL REMOVE SAME AND LEAVE THE PREMISES CLEAN. 37. SURVEYS.--THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CERTIFICATES FROM A COMPETENT ENGINEER THAT THE LINES OF THE BUILDING, THE ELEVATIONS OF BOTTOMS OF FOOTINGS 9 LEVELS OF FLOORS, AND THE LINES AND ELEVATIONS OF APPROACHES ARE IN EVERY RESPECT AS REQUIRED BY THE DRAWINGS. EACH CERTIFICATE SHALL BE FURNISHED THROUGH CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER AND AT THE TIME OF THE INSTALLATION OF THAT PORTION OF THE WORK FOR CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED. (A) THE ENGINEER MAKING THE SURVEYS AND CERTIFICATES SHALL NOT BE A REGULAR EMPLOYEE OF THE CONTRACTOR NOR SHALL HAVE ANY INTEREST IN THE CONTRACT. EVH -5

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 38. PHOTOGRAPHG.--THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, PHOTOGRAPH S AS FOLLOWS: ON THE FIRST OF MONTH U N TIL THE WORK IS 99 PER CENT COMPLETED, PHOTOGRAPHS IN TRIPLICATE TAKEN FROM TWO POINT S SELECTED BY THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER MUCH AS POS S IBLE OF THE INSTALLED DURING THE PREVI OUS M ONTH, AND WHEN THE C ONT RACT IS COMPLETED, FINAL PHOTOGRAPHS IN QUI NTU P LICATE FROM POINTS OF VIEW, ONE SHOWING THE ENTIRE FR ONT AND ONE SIDE ELEVATION, AND THE OTHER THE ENTIRE REAR AND REMAINI N G SID E 39. All SI-'/ilL E; E MXDE \,1 1TH A LENS ADAPTED TO THE POSITION FROM WHICH THE IS T O TAKEN, AND SHALL SHOW DISTIN CTLY AT AS LARG E A S C ALE AS P OSS IBLE ALL PARTS OF THE WORK EMBRACED ON THE ALL SHALL BE MARKED ON THE BACK WITH THE NAME O F TH E tND THE NAME OF THE CONTRACTOR, THE DATE WHEN TAKEN I\ND THEY SHALL BE FU'.T. 40. THE FINAL PHOTOGRAPHS SHALL BE 8 BY 10 INCHES IN SIZE AND UNMOUNTED. ALL OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS SHALL BE 6-1/2 BY 8-1/2 INCHES IN SIZE AND MOUNTED ON MUSLIN. 41. THE MONTHLY PHOTOG RAPHS SHALL sE DELIVERED TO THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINE E R, WHO KEEP ONE SET FOR HIS FILES, SEND ONE SET TO THE DISTRICT ENGINE E R AND FORWARD THE OTHER SET TO THE DIVISION, PU3 LIC Wr)RKS B'';ANCH,WITHHIS CERTIFICATE THAT THE PHOTGGRA?HS REPRESENT THE CONDITION OF THE ON THE DATES NAMED. As THESE PHOTOGHA?HS ARE INTENDED F O R MON THLY RECOHDS, THEY SHALL BE MADE ON THE FIRST OF EliCH MONTH WHETHER OR NOT ANY HAS BEEN D ONE DURING THE PRECEDING M ONTH. (A) ONE SET OF FINAL SHALL B E SENT BY THE CONTRACTOR DIRECT TO THE DISTRI C T ENGINEEk, AND THE FOUR OTHER SETS OF FINAL PHOTOGRAPHS SHALL B E F OfiWARDED J Y THE CONTRA CTOR DIRECT TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLI C W ORKS BRANCH. 42. IN ClISE PHOTOGRf\PHS AF1E NOT FURN I SHE::' WITHiN FIVE DAYS OF THE DATE WHEN BUE OR WITHIN FIVE DA YS AFTER FOR SAME THE GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE SHALL HIIVE PHOTOG RAPHS MADE AND THE COST OF THE SAME WI LL B E :!JEDUCTED F kOM t,N Y MONEY DUE THE CONTRACTOR. 43. fv10DELS --TH E GOV Er:l NivlENT WILL Fu rmlSH THE MODELS INDICATED ON THE DRAWI NGS ANY OF RIGHTS, LEFTS, MITERS, ETC., AND ANY PATTERNS REQUIRED SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR. 44. MODELS WILL EE DELIVERED F.O.B. AT POINTS BY THE CONTRACTOR WHO SHAL FURNI S H THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PU8LIC WORKS BRANCH, WITH FULL SHIPPING DIR EC TIONS. TH E GOVERNMENT 81LL OF LADING WILL BE SENT TO THE CONSIGNEE SHALL FILL OUT THE OF DELIVERY" AND THE GOVER[\!;iiENT BILL '; OF LADI NG TO THECAR!i I ER AS PAYMd-.iT FOR THE SH 11:?.f ING CHARGES ... .= THE CONTRACTOR GR HIS AUTHOPIZED AGE N T rHALL R E C E IVE THE MODEL$, BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL GHARGES FOR STORAGE, ETC., AFTER NOTIFICATION THAT THE MODELS HAVE BE E N AND FOR THE CARE OF THE MODELS FROM THE TIME OF D ELIVERY TO HIM. 45. T H E MODELS SHALL BE UNPACKED IMi' 1EDIATELY AND EXAMINED. DIMENSIONS SHALL BE VERIFIED AND ANY DISCREPANCIES OR DAMAGE SHALL BE REPORTED IN W RITING TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH. No REPAIRS OR ALiERATIONS SHAlL 'OC MADE WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH. EVH -6

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ST. FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. (A) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL DELI SUCH MODELS AT THEBU ILDI NG FOR VSRIFICATION OF THE WORK EXECUTD THEREFROM WHEN SO DIRECTED BY THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WOHKS BRANCH. AFTER COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT THE MODELS ARE TO BE DESTROYED, UNLESS PERMISSION IS OBTAINED. TH[ PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH TO TO DISPOSE OF THEM 46. SHOP DRAWINGS.--SHoP DRAWINGS HEI'iEINI'.FTER REQUIRED, SHALL UNLESS OTHEHWISE BE SUBMITTED IN QUADRUPLICATE TO tHE ARCH ITECT AND APPROVAL 08T A I NED 8EFOFlE f.,NY FOR WH I CH SUCH DRAWINGS ARE IS COMMENCED. 47. IF THE SHOP DRA'NINGS Sf10W VARIATIONS FROM THE CONTR/,eT REQUIREMENTS BECAUSE OF STANDARD SHOP PRACTICE OR OTHER REASON 9 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE SPECIFIC MENTION OF SUCH VARIATIONS IN HIS LETTER OF SUBMISSION IN ORDCR THAT (IF ACTION MAY BE TAKEN FOR PROPER ADJUslMENT IN THE CONTRACT; OTHERWISE THE WILL NOT BE RELIEVED OF THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR EXECUTING IN ACCORDANCE THE CONTRACT EVEN THOUGH THE SHOP DRAWINGS HAVE BEEN A;:>PR OVED. 43. THE APPROVAL OF SHOP DRA"i11 NGS WILL BE GENER f. L i\NDSHALL NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR FROM THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROPER FITTING AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE NOR FROM FURNISHING MATERIALS AND WORK REQUIRED BY THE C ONTRACT WHICH MAY NOT BE INDICATED ON THE SHOP DRAWINGS WHEN APPROVED. THE APPROVAL OF SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL NOT 8E CONSTRUED AS FR OM FULL-SIZE FURNISHED 8Y THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION! PUBLIC BRANCH. 49. SH I P['A ENT OF SHOP I NGf) MUST SE ACCOMPAN I ED BY A LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL GIVING LIST THE NUMBERS OF THE DRAWINGS. ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE MARKED WITH THE NA!.iE OF THE BUILDING AND NAME OF THE CONTRACTOR AND BE NUMBERED CONSECUTIVELY. ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT AND OOUND IN SETS WHEN SU8M I TTED. 50. FINf,L INSPECT I--WHEN THE CONTRACT IS PRACT I CALL Y 90MPLETED THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE DIVISION, B HANCH, IN 1ftJ!.l I T I NG THAT THE WOflK I LL BE READY FOR FINAL INSPECTION ON A DEFINITE WHICH SHALL 8E STATED .N THE LETTER. THE N O T ICE [3HALL BE GIVEN 7 TO 10 DAYS PR IOR TO THE Dr..TE FOB FINAL INSPECTION AND SHALL DE THROUGH THE ENGINEER WHO WILL ENDORSEMENT AS T O WHETHER OR Ncii HE CONCURS IN THE CONTRACTOR'S STATEMENT THAT THE WORK WILL"SE READY FOR FINAL INSPECTION ON THE DATE GIVEN, OUT SUCH ENDORSEMENT SHALL NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR OF HIS IN MATTER. IF THE OFFICER WHO MAKES THE VISIT FOR FINAL INSPECTION FINDS THAT THE WORK IS SO FAR COMPLETI O N THAT AN ADDitiONAL VISIT MAY DE NECESSARY, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL B E LIABLE FOR ANY EXPENSE TO WHICH THE GOVERNMENT MAY BE PUT ON ACC OUNT OF SUCH VISIT AND INSPECTION. EVH -7

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. SAMPLES 51. ARE REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BIDS. THE SAMPLES SHALL BE SUBMITTED AFTER THE AWARD OF THE CONTRACT. ANY OTHER SAMPLES OF MATERIALS FOR USE IN WORK SHALL BE SUBMITTED BY THE CONTRACTOR WHEN SO REQUESTED BY THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC VVORKS BRANCH. No ACTION WILL 8E TA:
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU. H. RETURN OF SUCH SAMPLES IS NOT REQUESTED WITHIN 90 AFTER REJECTION OR THEY WILL'BE Tfl EATED AS UNCLAIMED 59. FAILURE OF SAMPLES TO PASS THE SPECIFIED TESTS WILL BE SUFFICIENT CAUSE FOR TO CONSIDW, UNDER THIS SPECIFICATION, ANY FROM MANUFACTURERS WHOSE MATERIALS HAVE FAILED TO PASS THE REQUIRED TESTS. 60. THE FOLLOWING SUBJECT TO TESTS SHALL 8E SUBMITtED TO THE DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH WITH THE NAMES OF THE MANUFACTU R E R S AND BRANDS. THE MINIMUM TIME REQUIRED FOR MAKING TE STS IS GENERALLY 20 DAYS AFTER THE RECEIPT OF THE SAM PLE. THE QUANTITIE S STATED THE LEAST THAT CAN B E CONSIDERED. PORTLANb CEMENT, EACH KIND, 8 POUNDS, EXCEPt MILL TESTED CEMENT. CEMENT, 8 ADMIXTURE, 2 POUNDS (IF USED). COAL TAR PITCH FOR WATERPROOF I NG OR DAMPPROOF I NG, ONE QUART. INTEGRAL WAT ERPROOF lNG, 2 POUNDS. ASPHALT OR COAL PITCH FOR R O OFING, ONE QUA RT. I\SPAHTL OR COAL TAR PITCH S{,TURr,TED RAG FELT, FULL WIDTH OF ROLL 40 INCHES LONG. FLASHING FELT, FULL WIDTH OF ROLL 40 INCHES LONG. ASPHALT FOR R OOFING, ONE PLASTIC ROOFING CEM!'::NT, QUART. ELASTIC POINTING COMPOUND FOR MASONRY, 2 POUNDS. EL A STIC ROOFING CEMENT, 2 POUNDS. LINSEED OIL, RAW, I LINSEED OIL, BOILED, 1 QUART. DR I ER, I QUART. TURPENTINE, I QUART. HARDENER, METALLIC, I POUND. RED DRY 5 rOUNDS. WHITE PASTE, 5 pbUNDS. 'ZINC OXIDE, PASTE, 5 POUNDS. FINfsH ING WAX, 1/2 POUND. SPAR I QUART. VARNISH FOR ALUMINUM PAINT, I QUART. WHITING PUTTY, 2 POUNDS. WHITE PUTTY, 2 POUNDS. WI, TER-CEivlE: NT PA I NT, 1 QU ART. C ASE IN 'COI,.D WATER PAINT, I QUAHT. CORK 14 INCHES LONG THE FULL WIDTH THE METALS THAT A R E TO H AVE A S P ECIFIED CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, EACH KIND, OF ADEQUATE SIZE FOR TESTS. 61. THE FOLLOW ING SAMPL E S SHALL ALS O SE SUBMITTED TO THE PROCU REMENT DIVISION, PUGLIC WORKS BI{ ANCH: SAND FOR CONCRETE, 2 POUNDS. SAND FOR 8 RICK 2 FOUNDS. SAND FOR PLASTERING, 2 P OUNDS. SAND STUCCO, 2 P OUNDS. COMMON BRICK, 10 REPRESENTATIVE BRICK. HOLLOW TILE, 4 P AVING IN DUPLICATE. VD -9

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ST. ;\UGUST 1NE, FLA P.O. ",ND CU. H. FI R E B R ICK, IN DUPLICATE. IVIETAL SLOTS, INSERTS AND FASTENINGS SPECIFIED FOt{ USE IN C ONCi, ETE, EACH TYPE. THROUGH FLASHINGS, AT LEAST I SQUARE n ) OT. GLASS, EACH KIND, 6 BY 12 INCHES. MANUFtlCTURERS LABEL. BUILDERS' FOR CORRIDOR DOOR TO OFFICE TO SH O W WORKMANSHIP, MATERIALS AND FINISH. THIS IS THE Ivll NIMUM OF SAMPLES REQU IRED AND THE CONr'J1AY SUl3rlftlT ANY ADDITIONAL SAMPLES OR DRAW.INGS THAT HE CONSIDERS NECESSARY. HARDWAR E FOR TO PLUMBING INCLOSURES, ONE SET 62. THE FOLLOWING SAMPLES SHALL BE TO THE ARCHITECT AND A COpy O F THE LETTm O F SUIJMISSI O N SENT TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH. SAMPLES THAT ARE ACCEPTA8LE TO THE rIRCHITi::CT WilL DE FORWARDED BY HIM UNDER BILL OF lADING TO THE SUPER VISING ARCHITECT F O R FINAL ACTION. ANY SAMPLES R EJECTED BY THE ARCHITECT WILL BE HELD BY HIM UNTIL ADDITIONAL SAMPLES OF SUCH MATERIALS HAVE 8EEN APPROVED. IN HIS LETTER TRANSMITTING THE ACCEPTAUlE SAMPLES, THE hRCHITECT WILL LIST TH5 REJECTED AND ACCEPTED SAMPLES, GIVING HIS REAS ONS F O R REJECTION,AND WILL SEND A C OPY OF SUCH LETTER TO THE CONTi-\ACTOR. FACING (SALT GL.AZED), IN SUFFICI.ENT NUMl3ER T O SHOW F,["'NGE O F COLOr,S. ST O NE, EACH KIND, 2 BY 12 OY 12 INCHES, FINISHED AS SPECIFIED.) IN DU-AN I T E "IT"" "" II ) PLICATE INTERI O R MARCLE, AO OUT I SQ. FT. FINISHED AS ) SHOIJI) I NG THE ) EXTREfvlf. ) IN COLC ) AND ) MARK I N( STUCCO, 12 D Y 1 2 INCHES SH OWING COLOR AND TEXTURE. ROOFING TILE SHJWING SHA PES, QUALITY AND RANGE OF COLORS. ORNAME NTAL METAL W ORK SHOWING WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH. H OLLOW iilETAl WOi-\K, SECTION OF DOOR AND TRIM, SHOWlING WHEN JH IS SAMPLE HAS SERVED ITS PURPOSE, IT WILL DE OVER GY THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER TO THE C J NT':'\i,CTOR F O R RET.URN TO THE M{\NUFACTURER. SEPARATE -SAMPLES, EI,CH A O GUT 3 GY 6 INCHES SHOWING FINISHES. FLOOR TILE, EACH TYPE, SHOWING QUALITY. 'V iAlL .TILE, EACH TYPE, SHOWING CClLvi'iS AN;] QUALITY. TERRAZZO, ABOUT I F JOT. 63. THE FOLLOW ING SHALL SU8M ITTEi: TO THE GOVERNtvlENT ON THE WORK: AGGREGATE, EACH KIND S ;\N:', 2 QU A,HS GYPSUM G L O CK. fIfIET/,l LATH. COR NER DE":0. VD -10

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ST. "UGUSTINE, P.O. AND CU. H. EXC"VAT IllJ, OLD WOHK, FILL \i'JC, GHAD I NG, ETC. 64. TREES, ETC.--/ILL THEES, PALMS; SHRUl1S, ETC., SO LOCATED AS T O INTE8FERE WITH THE WORK T O CEPERFORMED AND SO DESIGNATED THE /,PPROACH PLAN SHALL GE f1 EMOVED OY THE CONTR/ICTOR. 6 5 PALMS, SHR U GS, LOCATED NEAR THE OUILDING OUT WHICH ARE NOT TO DE REMOVED SHALL PROTECTED, AND TRIMMED pHERE NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE. 66. ,EXC,WhTION.--"LL EXCAVATION SHALL DE DONE AND WITH SUFFICIENT VJORKING SPACE TO PERMIT THE PLACING, INSPECTION,AND C J f vlPLETIO N O F ALL WOliK ElviGRilCED IN THE CONTRACT. EXCAVATED THAT IS UNSUITAGLE OH NOT FOR FILLING OR NG SHALL DE RE, 'IIIOVED FR O M THE PIlEM.lSES. 6'1. Pi,RT U,L RAZ I OF OLD au I LDI DVERS SHOULD EXAM i"NE THE Pi\EMISES AN;) INF ORM THEMSELVES AS TO THE CHARACTER AND TYPE JF STRUCTURE TO DE, PARTIALLY REMOVED. FAILURE T O TAKE THIS PRECAUTION WILL NOT RELIEVE THE SUCCESSFUL OIDDER FROM THE NECESSITY ::IF FURN I SHI NG ALL MATEK I AL AN;) LACOR, NECESSA,RY TO C OMPLETE THE CONTKACT WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COST TO THE GOVtRNMENTe 6'11,. IViATE fUALS ,lEIViOVE:J VlH ICH CANNOT JE REUSED, SHALL DECOME THE PiUPERTY ,OF THE CJNTi(ACTOR, (EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE NOTED, SEE PAR. 6'1F.) AN D SHALL DE TAKEN FROM THE P R EfvllSES AS THE ST O RAGE O F SUCH OLD ON THE SITE WILL NOT CE PERMITTED. 6'1B. i \ LL RUD D I, SH AND :JEDi'!l S F\.)UND ON TH E SITE AN:; RESULT I NG FRCMTHE WO R I< O F RAZING SHALL DE r(EMOVE D FROM THE P REMISES. THE STREETS AN :J SI D E WALKS TO THE PREMISES SHALL JE KEPT IN A NEAT ANi) CLEAN C O N D ITION. IILL iv1ASONRY MATE R I .AL T O D E REMOVED SHALL DE DRENCHEC DEFORE DURING THE REMOVAL A S MAY DE NECESSARY T::l PREVENT DUST F R OM THE MATERIALS WHEN HANDLED. 6'1C. WATm SERVICE PIr'ING IN DUILLJING SHALL G E REMOVED
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ST. ;\UGUSTINE, FL,\., P.O. AND CU.H. ALL SECOND STORY FLOOR CONSTRUCTION. ALL SECOND STORY CEILING CONSTRUCTION. ALL ROOF FRAMING, TRUSSES, ETC. ALL FLUES AND CHIMNEYS, EXCEPT THOSE NEAR NORTHEAST CORNER. ALL PLUwBING AND ELECTRIC SERVICE FIXTUKES AND LINES. PARTS OF SOUTH AND WEST WALLS AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS Nos. G-I, 8-2, G-3 AND G-4. ALL FIRST. FLOOR SLABS, EXCEPT WHERE SHOWN OTHERWISE. CWT THROUGH REMAINING SLABS FOR COLUMN FOOTINGS, ANb FOR HEATING AND PLUMGING LINES, ETCo 67F.THE FOLLOWING WORK IS TO BE DONE ON' THE ELEM6NTS-LEFT STANDING: OLD COQUINA WALLS TO REMAIN AS IS SHOWN. THEY ARE TO HAVE (l) ON EXTERICR FACE, ALL OLD STUCCO'iaMOVEDWHERE IT 15 LOOSE AND OTHERWISE NECESSARY FOR INSTALLATION OF NEW WORK, AND BALANCE CH'IPPED FOR NEW FINISH COAT, (2)INT"ERIOR FACE CUT WHERE NECESSARY FOR SETTlNG OF STEEL (AND OTHER WORK) AND TO BE CHIPPED FOR NEW PLASTER COAT, OH FOR SETTING AND BONDING OF FURRING, TILE, ETC. THE NEW STEEL COLUMNS ARE TO BE SET INSIDE OF WALLS ON NEW FOOTINGS (TO BE TIED TO OLD FOOTINGS) TO CARRY SECOND FLOOR CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION, STEEL ROOF TRUSSES AND METAL LATH PLASTER SECOND FLOOR CEILING. NEW FLOOR SLAB TO BE BUILT UP OLD CONbRETE SLAB WITH EXPANS10N REINFORCINGTHE iNTERIOR P/\RTITIONS TO 3E STRUCTUR/,L TILE \'JITH PU;STER. THE FURRING OF EXTERIOR WALLS TO SUIT ARCHITECTURAL TREATMENT TO BE OF TILE WITH PLASTER. 68. THE REQU If'{EMEIH S OF PMlAGR/.PHS 67 I"\ND 67F SHAL L NOT BE CONSTRUED AS LIMITING THE FULL SCOPE OF CHANGES INVOLVED IN THE ENTIRE AND PROPER EXECUTION OF THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT. 69.. ANY OLD FOUND/IT ION WALLS, FLOORS OR FOOT INGS I N PLACE INSIDE OF A LINE DRAWN 2 FEET OUTSIDE OF ALL NEW FOOTINGS SHALL BE ENTIRELY EXCEPT SUCH PORTIONS AS EXIST BELOW THE LEVELS OF NEVi EXCAV;\T IONS AND DO NOT INTEHFERE WITH THE PROPER I N ST ALL A T I ON 0 F NEW WO RK ;. 70. THE BASIS OF GIDDING SHALL 3E THAT ALL OTHER MATEFlIAL TO BE REMOVED IS EARtH. MhTERIAL TO REMOVE hND HANDLE VI I TH PICK AND SHOVEL OR BY HAND on TO LOOSEN AND BY A pbwm SHOVEL (I NCLUDING UP TO 1/2 cusi C YARD IN SIZE) SHALL BE CLASSED AS EARTH. 71. IFOTHEi<. NOT INDICATED ON THE D,iAWINGS OR SPECIFIED HEREIN, IS ENCOUNTE,:ED WITHIN THE LIMITS OFTHE EXCAVATIONS REQUIRED UNDER THE CONTRhCT, OR IF THE ACTUAL SURfACE CONDITIONS AS ENCQUNTtREri MATtRIALLY FROM THE CONDITIONS AS SHOVIN AND SPECIFIED, THEN THE CONH:"CTOR SHALL CONT INUE WITH THE WORK AND SHALL 5USlv1ITTO DIVISION, PUBLIC VIOi,\KS BRANCH, THROUGH TffECONSmUCTION; ENGI'NEER OR OTHER AUTHOi<.I ZED IVE Of THE A COMPLETE REPORT OF THE CONDIT10NS AND PROPER ADJUSTMENT WILL Bt MADE IN THE AS DEiERMINED BYTHi CONTRACTING OFFICER .. VD -12

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5T. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O AND CU,H. 71 A. NOT COVEr{ED B.Y THE CONTKACT SHALL NOT S E DONE UNTIL IN THE MANNER PROVIDED IN THE CONTRACT. 72. ANY PIPING, CONDU ITS, ETC-, ENCOUNTERED IN EXCAVATING, UNLESS REQUIRED TO BE REMOVED, SHALL BE tEMPORARILY SUPPORTED AND MAINTAINED UNTIL PERMANENT SUPPORT HAS BEEN RESTORED. PIPING, CONDUITS, ETC., TO BE REMOVED SHALL BE CUT OFF AND CAPPED OUTSlbE 7 3 ABANDJ NED W {,TE", G AS, SEWER, ELECTRIC, ETC., SERVICE LINES (IF ANY) SHALL B E Di SC(INTINUED AT THE 'MAIN OR MAINS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS OF THE CITY OR SERVICE INVO LVED. THE COST OF THE FOREGOING SHALL BE BOR NE BY THE CONTRACTORS HEREIN, WHETHER THE WO;:\K I S ACTUALLY BY THEM OR BY OTHERS. 74. THE FINISHED EXC AVATED LEVEL UN D E R THE ENTIRE BUILDING (EXCEPT THt:: PORTION OCCUPIED 13Y THt:: B O ILE R m ANY OTHER SPACE SO NOT ED ON THE I NGS) SHAL L BE T O A DEPTH OF 3.6 FEET BELOW THE EST ABL ISHED FIRST FLOOR LEVEL. 75. WHEN SpnEAD FOUNDATIONS (EXCEPT IN ROCK) HAVE f{E/,CH t:: D THE REQUIo{ED DEPTH AT F J UR BORINGS 8 INCHES IN DIAMETE R AND 3 FEET DEEP SHALL B E MADE WHE R E DIRECTED. IF THE IviATEF\lAL DISCLOSED IS SAT1SFACTOiW TO ENGINEER THE HOLt: S SHALL 8E FILLED V lITH 76. THE SIDES OF THE EXCAVATIONS SHALL BE TEMPO RARILY SUPPORTED AND M AINTAINED SECURE UNTIL PERMANENT SUPPORT IS PROVIED. 76A. ALL EXCAVATIONS SHALL BE KEPT FREE FROM WHILE OTHER W ORK IS 8EING PLACED AND KEPT SANITARY AT ALL TIMES. 77. EXCAVATION FOR FOOTINGS WITHIN THE AREA TO DE INCLOSED IN STEEL SHEET PILING SHALL NOT BE DONE UNTIL ALL THE STEEL PILING IS IN PLACE. 78. FILLI N G fJELOW THE FINISHED BE FILLE D WITH SUITA BLE MATERIAL FREE FROM PERISHABLE RU8 BISH AND MhSON R Y DEBRIS. ALL PLANKING, TIMBERING, ETC. SHALL J E R E MOVED AS THE BACK FILL IS PLACED. 7-9. fila ::Jh CKFILLlt'!G SH{,LL B E UNTIL SO Dl fl ECTED-;"NY OF EXCAVATI O N S THAT MAY OR ANY BACK FILL BEFORE I N SPEGT IOi'-lS A R E COMPLETE SHALL tJE REfviOVED AS DEEiviED NECESSARY 11'-1 THE OlolNI O N OF THE C ONST i'lUCTION 80. tILL [JACK FILL SHALL BE CLEAI\j E",(TH P L ACE D IN LAYERS NOT OVER 8 INCHES IN DE P TH. EACH SHALL B E THOROUGHLY TAMPED, PACKED O R AS D I RECTED SO THAT N O SHALL OCCUR. VD -13

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ST. AUG,UST;J,NE" FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 8 I. ALL GIi A DIN G 5 HAL L S E :, ; N :: A S fi E QUI E:J T J ell I N G THE G;; 2 U N::J S TOT H E FIN ISH E L; G;', A ;:; E S GnA ;) E S N ;) T 0 THE -V i I S E IN:) i CAT E D S HAL L [) E U N I FOR roJl LEV E L s o n S LOP E S C E rWEEN ?OINTS WHERE ELEVA,TI ONS A il E GIVEN, O R CETViEEN SUCH POINTS AND FINISHE il 82. FILL SHALL D E CLEAN EARTH PLACED IN EVENLY ::J 1ST R I li T E J L f.. YE ::; S 0 V E nTHE E N T I H E F ILLE DAr. E AS, 1\ ND EACH LAYER S C C OM PACTED THAT N O SETTLEMENT IN THE COMPLETED W ORK SHALL OCCUR THE DEPTH OF EACH LAYER SHALL N O T EXCEED 12 INCHES. 83 MAT E R I (, L S Ff\ CMeT H S 0 C E S S HALL SE SU f)PLIED Fa R F ILL \'V H E N S IJ F F I C I E i'J T 0 F ; SUI T A C L E M!\TEri I t,L IS NOT ;:.. V f, I L LE eN THE SIT:::. 8 4 LA V'I N SAN D G R ASS P L e T S I C L U::J I N G G R ASS'S PAC E S INS I 'D E 0 F S I :J E VI A L K C U t"\ 0 LIN E S, S HAL LeE SUi; F ACE S I,J I T H i\ T LEA S T 4-INC H E 6 ,0 F THE C EST LOA 1 1 00 T 1\ I A C LEI NTHE L 0 CAL I T Y AND FIN ISH E D \'1 I T H 2 INC HE S 0 F SUI T A [) LET 0 r DRESSING. STE E L SHE E T PILI N G SCOPE.--THE F Q UNDATI O N O F THE EXC/,VATE:l po,nlON OF DUILDING SHALL JE ENCLG SED D Y SHEET THE P I LIN G S H A L L ,; E C EN T E R :: J : p P ;1 0 x I 1-1 ATE L YON THE LIN E S SHOWN ON ::JRA\'IING G-!l OO. THE PILING SHALL DE ::; i\IVEN T O NOT L E S S T HAN THE D, [ : P T H NOT E D O N A :; 0 v [ D r, I N G, AND S HAL L FIN ISH A T T H E T O P TO EX /\ C TUN I Fe I': MELE V;, T ION. ( A) THE C O N T f\ r C T O R S H L L P il (; V IDE :=-0 nTHE P n o PEn DRAINAGE OF THE ENCLO S Ui\E DU n lNG :1 rlI V ING AN D 'UNTIL THE 3 -I N C H S U C -S L A AND t, L L V i i \ T E i1 P f C C FIN G IS I N P LAC E HE SHALL ALL PUMP S NECESSAR Y FOf; S U 'CH :lRAINAGE. 86. ALL ST E EL SHEET PILING S HALL DE O F hPPROVED WED, FLANGE AND INTERL O CK HAVING A MINIMUM THICKNESS OF N C T LESS THA N 3 / 8 ( 11 ) 1'\ L L S TEE L P I LIN G S E CT l e N S S HAL L H /, V E ,A j) 0 SIT I V E INTERLO CK, CAPA[; LE OF A PULL OF NOT LESS PER LINEAL INCH O F INTERL G CK THAN 9,750 POUND S AT FAILU R E, i\ ND SO:' ES I G N E j) II S T ;) I' En iv1 IT ;" 1 5 D E G E E CHAN GEl N DIn E C T I O N 'T C I G H TOR L EFT 0 F L I 1J E ; ( :(-6 ) E I G H T PEn S QUA nE FJ T 0 F VJ f, L LIN P LACE T 0 DEPEN D 0 THE p, elL I T Y 0 F SEC TI 0 N T ::-, E :':; I v E NT;) b [ P T H S R E QUI R E ::J 0 N P LAN S, CUT N (' T L E SST H,t, N 3/8 INC H MAT E n I A L AS STATE D ASOVE. (c) PILES T e I'U.VE A S E CTI ON I\(.C DULUS PE' R 12 INCH OF WALL O F NOT LESS TH A N INCHES CUQED. (D) INTE R LOCKED SECTION MOJ ULUS WI LL NOT JE CON( E ) ,', N ASSE M C LY METHOD OR A METHO D O F A S SEMCLING A NJ i !\ T L Y DRIVING IN WALL F eR M DEFORE DR IVING VD -14

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ST. II U G U -.3 T I E, F L ., P O. D CU. H THE S ESE C T 1 S T C G ,; 1\ ;) E 1ST C J E SUS ivi ITT F 0 f; Aj PliO V !, L GIVliJG THE TY PE: OF HAtvJ!vlEf; Ijj;CPCS:::::': FO;: USE, LENGTH O F SECTIO N Te C E C CN TINUCUSLY JRIVEN. (F ) SHE [T fJ I L I G S H h L L .L [ P ;-: 0 P E i: L Y [1\ ACE j) A f\J D S HQ VE D II G A INS T :J lS i L/, C E ,vi E NT. 87 8;.; C K F ILL I G --B A C I( F ILL I i\J G [; E: T \') E E N P ILl N G AND F C UN:)ATION I!JALLS SHALL CE /,8 srECIFIE:..J UNi)EfI "EXCAVATION; FILL"I N G, ETC." V"J -15

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. COOCRETE AND CEMENT WffiK 88. PCRTLAND COvENT SHAll COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. SS-G-191, EXCEPT THAT THE 28 DAY TEST WIll BE WAIVED. CEfvlENT SHALL BE DELIVERED IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGES AND KEPT DRY UNTIL USED. 89.. I F THE AMOUNT OF THE CEMENT REQU IRED I S MORE THAN 1,000 BBlS., AND lESS THAN 5,000 BBlS., THE USE OF MIll TESTED CEMENT SHAll BE OPTIONAL WITH THE CONTRACTOR. IF THE AMOUNT OF THE REQUIRED IS 5,000 BBlS-, OR MORE, THE CEMENT SHAll BE rll'llll TESTED. CEMENT VJlll NOT BE Mill TESTED IN QUANTITIES OF lESS THAN 1,000 BBlS. 90. Mill TESTED CEMENT SHAll BE TESTED AND PASSED AT THE Mill BY A GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR, OR SHAll BE TAKEN FROM GOVERNMENT TESTED AND SEALED BINS. EACH SHIPMENT SHAll BE CERTIFIED BY A GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR THAT THE CEMENT COMPLIES WITH SPECIFICATION, AND SHALL BE SEALED OR TAGGED OR OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED AS CERTIFIED MATERIAL. 91. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH OF THE AMOUNT, AND MAKE OF CEMENT HE INTENDS TO USE AND THE PLACE OF PRIMARY SHIPMENT IN AMPLE TIME FOR THE PROCUREMENT PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH TO ARRANGE FOR INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION OF SHIPMENTS. All CEMENT OF ITS KIND SHOULD BE OBTAINED FROM THE SAME PLACE TO AVOID POSSIBLE DELAY DUE TO THE ADDITIONAL TIME REQUIRED FOR MAKING INSPECTIONS AT SEVERAL PLACES. 920 FEDERAL SPECIFICATION SS-C-191 PROVIDES CEMENT REMAINING IN STORAGE PRIOR TO SHIPMENT FOR A PERIOD GREATER THAN SIX MONTHS AFTER TEST SHAll BE RETESTED. 93. TESTS AND INSPECTION VJlLl BE MADE AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE. AFTER A CEMENT HAS BEEN APPROVED, NO CHANGE IN BRAND OR MAKE WIll BE PERMITTED FOR THIS CONTRACT UNLESS THE MANUFACTURERS CANNOT MAKE SATISFACTORY DELIVERY. 94. SAND FOR CONCRETE SHAll COMPLY FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. SS-A-281 FOR FINE AGGREGATE, GRADE A. SAND SHALL BE SUBJECTED TO THE A.S.T.M. TEST FOR ORGANIC IMPURITIES-Sf,ND PRODUCING A COLOR DARKER THAN THE STANDARD SHAll BE REJECTED OR WASHED SUFFICIENT lY TO ENABLE IT TO PASS THE TEST. 95. COMRSE hGGREG"TE FOR CONCRETE SHt,Ll COMPLY VIITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No-8S-[\-28\ FOR COARSE AGGREGATE, GRADE ('I, UNLESS OTHERWISE INI;ITE"nON iJl4\ trl1'NG ,:;. 96. Wi,TER SHAll E FF{ESH, CLEAN AND FREE FRorvl ALKALI. 97. MIXTURES.--PROPORTIONS SPECIFIED AfiE IN EQUAL Pf,RTS BY VOLUME. ONE SACK OF' PO,:iTLi,ND CEfl.1ENT (94 POUNDS NET) SHAll BE CONS IDERED EQUAL TO 1 CUBIC FOOT. (\ll CEMENT SHAll. 8E PORTli-.ND CErV iENT, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. -16IRO

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ST. I,UGUSTINE, FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. CONCREiE BE AS FOLLOWS: CLASS I,. OF CEMENT, 2 OF SAND'AND 4 OF CLASS B. OF CEMENT, 3 OF SAND AND 5 OF COARSE CLASS C. OF CEMENT, 4 OF SAND AND 8 OF COARSE AGGREGATE. (d) CONCRETE SHA'LL BE CLASS ,-, V !ITH 3/4 INCH UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. (8) "LL CONCf"lETE FILL OVER SLABS SHALL BE CLAS'S B, EXCEPT THE FILL UNDER TtRRAllO SHALL DE CLASS C. THE FOR CONCRETE FILL SHALL DE 3/4 INCH. 98. LI GHT-WEIGHT CCNCRETE AS SPECIFIED HEREIN M{,Y BE SUBSTITUTE D AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONCRETE FILL SPECIFIED ABOVE FOR OVER SLABS, EXCEPT WHERE CEMENT FINISHED FLOORS OCCUR. LIGHT-WEIGHT CONCRETE; SHALL WEIGH NOT MORE THAN 80 POUNDS PER CUBIC FOOT AND SHALL HAVE A CRUSHING OF AT 4CO POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH AT THE END OF 28 DAYS AFTER MIXING. IT SHALL CONS IST OF PORTLAND CEI"lENT AND A CLEAN LIGHT-WE I GHT I NEilT AGGREGATE (OTHER THAN CINDERS OR CLINKERS) THAT IS SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR USE MND ACCURATELY GRADED, O R IT SHALL CONSIST OF PORTLAND CEMENT AND SAND ACCURATELY GRADED AND AND SPECIALLY TREATED OR PROCESSED TO PRODUCE A LIGHT VIE I GHT CONCRETE. IN E!THER OASE 'I T ,SHALL BE FREE FROM COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL. THE USED IN ,LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE SHALL BE SO CAREFULLY GRADED INS I lES AND PROPOin IONS THAT THE CONCRETE CAN 8E SCREEDED, COMPAC:TED ,L\ND FINISHED AS SPECIFIED HEREIN UNDER "S LABS AND FILLIJ 99.' IN PROPORTIONS OF ;\GGREG/ITE.--SLIGHT VARIATIONS FROM THE SPECIFIED PROPORTIONS OF SAND. AND COARSE AGGREGATE SHALL 8E MADE-AS APPROVED BY THE CONST RUCTION ENGINEER, WHEN NECESSARY TO DO SO, IN ORDER TOQBTAIN THE REQUIRED CONSISTENCYo NQ CHANGE WILL BE : PERMITTED INCREASES THE COMOINED QUANTITIES OF SAND AND COARSE AGGREGATE BEYOND THAT SPECIFIED, AND IN NO tASE SHALL THE QUANTITY OF COARSE AGGRE'GATE DE LESS THAN ONE-HALF OR MORE T'HAN TWo-TH IRDS THE COMBINED QUANTITIES OF SAND AND COARSE AGGREGi,TE. 100. fvlEr\SURElv;ENT OF AND AGGREGKTE SHALL 8E SEPARATELY STORED AND SEPARATELY MEASURED AS USED. THE QUANTITIES OF MATERIAL FOR EACH BATCH SHALL BE MEASURED BY WEIGHT OR VOLUME AND THE QUANTITIES OF SAND AND COARSE AGGREGATE SHALL 8E ON THE BASIS OF DRY RODDED MATERIAL AND P ROPER ADJUSTMENT SHALL BE MADE FOR ANY FREE WATER PRESENT IN THE SAND AND AGGREGATE AT THE TIME OF MEASURING. 101. WnTER CEfv[NT R\TIO.,-...THE AMOUNT OF VJATER USED IN EACH BATCH SHALL BE ONLY SUCH PREDETEHlVltNED QUANTITY AS IS NECESSARY TO PRODUCE CONCRETE OF THE SPECIFIED CONSISTENCY AND SLUMP. IN NO CASE SHALL THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF WATER PRESENT IN EACH OATCH EXCEED SIX AND ONEHALF GALLONS SACK OF CEMENT USED Fon CLASS f" SEVEN GALLONS FOR CLASS 8 AND NINE GALLONS FOR C CONCRETE. CORRECTION OF THE WATER MEASURE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE VARYING FREE MOISTURE CONTENT OF THE SAND AND COARSE AGGREGATE. MEASURING DEVICES FOR WATER SHALL 8E AS NEA RLY AUTOMATIC AS PRACTICABLE AND SHALL 8E SO CALIORATED THAT THE CONTENTS AT ANY SETTING MAY 8E READILY DETERMINED. IRB -17

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ST'. Fe ',., P. O. nND Cu. H. 102. rIiIlXING.--No mOZEN, CAKED OR LUMPY MATERIAL SHALL DE USED. IALS ,INCLUD ING WATER, FOH E{,CH I?ATCH SHALL CE .ACCURATELY MEAsunED AND THOROllGHLY MIXED UNTIL EVENLY DISTRI8UTED THHOUGHOUT, AND IN NO CASE sHALL. THE PEnIOD OFMIXI .NG DE LESS THAN 1-1/2 AFTER ALL INGREDIENTS, INCLUDING WATER, ARE IN THE MIXER. No tviORTAROR CONCRETE SHALL DE RETEMPEREDFOR USE. MIXING TOOLS AND APPARATUS SHALL ElE KEPT HAND MIXED CONCRETE SHALL NOT DE MADE IN BATCHES EXCEEDING SIX CUOIC FEET, OR ONE DAG OF CEMENT PER NciR USED FOR CLASS CONCRETE. 103. SLUrl!ip TEST ",:1" CONCRETE SHALL DE TESTED FOR CONS ISTENCY AT THE MIXER, OR AT THE PLACE OF DEPOSIT IF MIXED AT A MIXING PLANT. i'\COMPLETE CATCH SHALL DE .MI XED AS SPEC I F I ED AND TH!O:N DUMPEl? THE SAMPLE SHALL DE TAKEN It,lMEDIf.TELY FROM THE DATCH AND TESTED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE CONSTRUCTiON ENGINEEn. THE TEST SHALL CONFORM TO TENT ATl v E STANDARDD-138 OF THE ) IMER ICAN SOC IETY :OF TEST I NG tv1A TER I A LS. THE SLUMP OF CONCRETE FOR WALKS AND DRIVEWAYS SHALL NOT DE LESS THAN THREE NOR MORE THAN FI VE INCHES AND THE OF t,LL OTHEn CLASS U[," CONCRETE SHALL DE i Nor LESS AND ONE-HALF INCHES NOR MORE THA N SIX INCHES. 104. RE''IDY MIXED CONCRETEo--CONCRETEMtIY DE MIXED AT A CENTRAL MIXING PLANT, THE CONTRACTOR MAKES SUCH ARRANGEMENTS AS WILL ASSURE THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER TO HIS SATISFACTION THAT THE MATERIALS .. ," : ARE CEING MIXED AND THE CONCRETE DELIVERED UNDER CONDITIONS THAT WILL PROVIDE A FINISHED P HODUCT MEETiNG THE CONn-iACT REQUIREMENTS IN ALL RESPECTS .THE CONSTRUCTION EI'JGINEEn' SHALL HAVE FREE ACCESS AT ALL TIMES TO THE PLANT FOR INSPECTION AND OF ALL MATERIALS OEING F8RNISHED AND WORK PERFORMED FOR THIS PARTICULAR PROJECT, AND SUCH PRIVILEGE SHALL NOT DE CONSTRUED TO RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR OF HIS. RESPONS/oILITY FOR COMPLlf..NCE WITH THE CONTRACT '.: WHEN.' REQUIREMENTS." .THE CONCRETE IS DUMPED AT THE PLACE OF DEPOSIT, IT SHALL HAVE THE SPECIFIED CONSISTENCY AND SLUMP AND SHALL DE PLACED' IMMEDIATELY IN ITS POSITION. IFNECESSARY, THE CONCRETE SHALL DE DELIVERED TO THE JOO IN TRUCKS SO AND OPERATED THAT THE CONCRETE DE THOROUGHLY MIXED DURING .THE TIME THAT iT ISIN TRANSIT. 1 05 AIJv1. IXTURE.--IF THE COMBINED liF!NE AND COARSE" A .GGREGATES TO BE USED FOR CLASS A CONCRETE ARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ; sPPIFICATION, NO ADMIXTURE BE REQUIRED. BY WEIGHT OF COMBINED FOR CONCRETE PASSING LABORATORY SIEVES HAVING .. S I EVE. fvll N I MUfv1 MAXIMUM '. 1 IN. 3/4 IN 3/8 IN. No.4, No. 16 No50 No. 100 1.00 9 5 58 26 7 I lOG lOG 72 55 3 5 14 4 106. IF, OF THE AGGRE GATES DO NOT COME WITHIN THE OF PERCENTAGES LISTED IN THE A80VE TABLE, THE SPECIFIED PLASTICITY OF CLASS A CONCRETE SHALL BE OBTAINED BY ADDING MORE CEMENT OR ADMIXTURE, AS NECESSARY. JRB -18

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ST. FLA., P.' O. AND CU. H. 107. IN THE EVENT THAT AN ADMIXTURE HAS Tci BE USED AS'A SUPP(EMENT TO THE FINE AND COARSE AGGREGATE AVAILABLE TO INSURE PLASTiCITY IT SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING CHARACTERISTICS AS DETERMINED BY THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS: (A) SHALL BE AN ACTIVE SiliCA, SUCH AS DIATOMACEOUS SILICA, COLLOIDAL TRIPOLI SILICA OR PUMICITE (V6LCANIC ASH), AND SHALL BE PUZZOLANIC TO,COMBINE WITH THE'llME SET.FREE DURING THE HYDRATION OF THE PORTU,ND CEMENT, FORMING STABLE CALCIUM HYDRO SILlCi,TES V/HICH H,WE CElvlENTING VALUE. IT SHALL INCREASE THE PLASTICITY, IMPERMEABIL1TY AND THE CONCRETE. (s) THE ADMIXTURE SHALL BE EITHER CLASS I OR CLASS 2 AS SPECIFIED HEREIN, AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR. (C) THE ADMIXTURE SHALL BE DIVIDED slLleA FREE FROM CLAY AND ORGANIC MhTTER. (n) NOT MORE THAN I PER CENT BY WEIGHi OF THE MATERIAL SHALL BE RETAINED tiN A No. 30 SIEVE AND NOT MORE THAN 10 PER CENT BY WEIGHT SHALL BE RETf\lNED ON A No. 200 SIEVEAND NOT LESS THAN 30 PER CENT BY WEIGHT SHALL BE FJNER THAN 10 MICRONS. (E)' THE ADMI XTURE SHALL NOT CONTA I N MORE THIIN 6 PER CENT BY VIE I GHT OF MOISTURE AS DETERMINED BY DRYING A SAMPLE TO CONSTANT WEIGHT ATA TEMPERATURE OF 212 DEGREES F (F) AIR-DRY SAMPLE OF THE MATERIAL SHALL NOT CONTAIN MORE THAN 3 PER CENT OF WATER SOLUBLE ALKALIES OR OTHER WATER SOLUBLE DELETERIOUS (G) A MOISTURE OF THE MATERIAL SHALL NOT LOSS ON IGNITION AT -/-[300 DEGREES F. OF [JlORE THAN 7 PER CENT BY (H) THE OF THE ADMIXTURE SHALL NOT INCREASE T8E FREE L,ME CONTENT OF CONCRETE (J) CLASS I AN IGNITEQ SAMPLE SHALL CONTAIN NOT LESS THAN 89 PER CENT BY WEIGHT OF SiliCA AND NOT OVER 6 PER CENT .BY WEIGHT OF ALUMINA. (K) CLASS 2 ;\DMIXTURE! f:.. MOISTURE FREE SAMPLE SHALL CONTAIN NOT LESS THAN 70 PER CENT BY WEIGHT OF SlllCA NOR MORE THAN 14 PER CENT BY WEIGHT OF AND THE COMBINED PERCENThGES BY WEIGHT Of' SILIC/" ALUivllNA AND IRON CXIDES SH{,LL BE NOT lESS TH"N 85 PER CENT OF THE TOTAL WEIGHT OF THE SAMPLE. Loss ON IGNITION SHALL NOT EXCEED 7 PER CENT_ (L) IN CASE THE ADloJIlXTURE IS FURNISHED IN PASTE FORM, THE LIQUID SHALL BE WATER AND SHALL PART OF THE TOTAL CONTENT OF CONCRETE_ THE SOLID MATTER SHALL COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS FOR EITHER CLASS 1 OR CLASS 2 ADMIXTURE108. PROTECT ION FRC1\1 COLD.--No CONCRETE VJORK SH{I LL BE DONE IN FREEZING WEATHER UNLESS SUITABLE ,MEANS ARE USED TO HEAT THE MATERIALS BEFORE PLACING AND TO PROTECT THE bONCRETE AfTER SO DAMAGE FROM FROST OR FREEZING l:iHALL .OCCUR. P ROTECTION AFTER PLACING SHALL INCLUDE THE USE OF TEMPORARY HEAT AND CdVERING IF NECESSARY. No ANTI-FREEZING iNGREDIENT SHALLSt CONCRETE OR CEMENT WORK. IRS -19

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ST: P. O. AND CU. H. 109. SHALL BE TIGHT fiND RIGID TO SUSTAIN THE CONCRETE LEhKhGE OR DISTORTION AND SHALL BE WHEN THE CONCRETE I S POURED.' FORMS SHALL BE. LEFT IN PLACE UNT I L THE CONCRETE SELF-SUPPORTING AND SHALL BE REMOVED WITHOUT DAMAGE TO THE CONCRETE. 110. CONCRETE 'EXPOSED AS A fiNISHED SURFACE SHALL HAVE SMOOTH BE ACCURATELY SHAPED AND SET TO AND I I I. FOR WALLS, COLUMNS OR PIERS SHALL HAVE PANELS AT THE BOTTOM FOR CLEANING AND INSPECTION. 112. METAL SLOTS SLOTS OR INSERTS, .WITH VORE OR DOVETAIL ANCHORAGE TO THE CONCRETE AND WITH ANCHORS FOR THE FACING OR FURRING MATERIALS, SHALL BE BUILT VERTICALLY INTO THE CONCRETE BACKING AND SPACED NOT OVER 2 FEET APART HORliONTALLYo THE SLOTS 'OR INSERTS SHALL BE DESIGNED AND LOCATED TO PROVIDE ANCHORS IN EVERY HOR I ZOt\ThL JO I NT OF STONEWORK, EVERY 2Rr: ,COURSE OF BR I CK VJORK AND APPROXIMATELY 25 INCHES APART VERTICALLY FOR FURRING. WIRE INSERTS SHALL BE AT LEAST 6 GAUGE (019 INCH) FOR STONE OR TERRA COTTA FACING AND AT LEAST I I GAUGE (.12 INCH) FOR FACING AND 113. ANCHORS SHALL BE HOOKED, LOOPED OR CRIMPED FOR ANCHORAGE. WIRE ANCHORS SHALL BE AT LEhST 3'GAUGE .(.24 iNCH) FOR.8-rONEWORK, AND I I GAUGE (012 INCH) FOR OTHER WORK. SHALL BE AT LEAST 12 FOR STONE WORK AND 16 GAUGE FOR OTHER WORK AND AT LEAST 7/8 INCH WIDE. ALL METAL SHALL BE ZINC COATED1/4. FREE STANDING 4 INCHES OR LESS IN THICKNESS AND 2 INCHES OR LESS FROM ITS BACKING (EXTERIOR HAVE ANCHORAGE PROVIDED AS ABOVE SPECIFIED ,EXCEPT THAT SHEET METAL ANCHORS ONLY SHALL BE USED AND SUCH ANCHORS SHALL HAVE A OR CRIMP FOR STIFFNESS. FOR FURRING MORE THAN 2 INCHES WALL SEE UNDER "BRICKWORK ETC." I ANCHOR BOLTS SHALL BE PROPERLY LOCATED hND BUILT INTO THE CONNECTING WORK FOR SUPPORT AND TYING TOGETHER OF MASONRY UNITS AND SUPPORT OF BAL,CONIES AS SHOWN ON DETAIL S'HEETS Nos. G-200 AND G-20I. 116 .. WIRE FASTENINGS, ETC.--$PECIAL PROVISION SHALL BE MADE FOR FASTENING METAL LhTH, GROUNDS, FURRING AND OTHER ACCESSORIES OF PLASTER ViORK.FREPARED WIRE INSERTS SHALL BE AT LEAST II GAUGE (.12 TIE. WIRE LOOPS AT LEAST' 14 GAUGE (.08 INCH) AND !.LL vi'I RE SHALL BE Z I NC COATEDo (M) SIZES OF FASTENERS AND HANGERS FOR SUSPENDED CEILINGS SHALL BE AS ON THE DRAWINGS. 117. RIBBED LATH AND METAL FURRING SECURED TO THE UNDERSIDE OF CONQBETE JOISTS SHALL HAVE EACH RIB OR STRIP FASTENED AT ALL BEARINGS. IF JOISTS ARE MORE THAN 7 INCHES WIPE, TWO ROWS OF FASTENINGS SHALL BE USED SO THAT THE UNSUPPORTED SPAN SHALL NOT EXCEED 27 INCHES. 118. HEAVY RUN Mb0LDINGS 6 ToB GAUGE STAY SHALL IN I TO EVERY SQUARE FOOT AND LEFT PROJECTING 3 INc'HESe ADDITIONAL HORIZONTAL REI NFO'RCING FOR RUN WORK SHALL BE. I NSTA1.LED BY PLASTERER AND DETA I LS FOR THIS COVERED UNDER PLASTER SPECIFICATION. .'. -20-.IRB

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ST. AUGUSTINEj FLA., p, O. AND CU, 119. F I LLERS ...-HoLLovt T (i..E t'j LLERS SHALL CONFORM TO FEDERAL No. SS-T-307 FOR CLAY PARTITION TILE, CLASS M. SUFFICIENT ONE-HALF LENGTHS SHALL BE FURNISHED TO AVOID CUTTING. ENDS OF ROWS SHALL MORTAR RECESSED I INCH. 120. TILE SHALL BE OF SUITABLE WEIGHT AND FORM TO SECURE THE REQUIRED RIGIDITYo THEY SHALL BE IN SUCH LENGTHS AS WILL COMBINATIONS TO COVER ALL SPANS WITHOUT CUTTING. THE ENDS OF EACH ROW OF TILE SHALL BE CAPPED. 121. ATTACHED PLASTER CEILINGS ARE INDICATED ON CONCRETE JOIST CONSTRUCTION WITH METAL TILE FILLERS, THE USE OF METAL FILLERS W!TH LATH BOTTOMS WILL 8E PERMITTED PROVIDED THE REQU!REMENTS ARE MET IN ADDITION TO OTHER REQUIREMENTS OR SPECIFIED: (A) THE FILLERS SHALL DE DESIGNED FOR THIS TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION. (B) THE LATH SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION NoD QQ-B-IOIA AND SHALL BE EXP':'NDED 3/8-1 NCH RIB LATH OF NOT LI GHTERTHAN 26 GAUGE COPPER-BEARING STEEL AND WEIGHING NOT LESS THAN 4 POUNDS PER SQUARE YARD, 'WITH STRANDS NOT LESS THAN 1/16 INCH WI DE. THE USE OF ATTACHED RIBS WILL BE (c) THE ENDS OF THE BOTTOMS SHALL BE TURNED UP AT THE FACTORY NOT LESS THAN INCHES SO AS TO BE CONTINUOUSLY BONDED IN THE CONCRETE JOISTS OR, IF THE BOTTOMS ARE FLAT? EACH RIB SHALL BE SECURELY CLIpPED OR ANCHORED TO THE EDGES OF THE METAL FILLERS AND THE ENDS OF THE BOTTOMS SHALL EXTEND NOT LESS THAN 1-1/2 INCHES SO AS TO BECOME BEDDED IN THE BOTTOMS OF THE JOI STS. (D) THE BOTTOMS SHALL BE G!VEN TWO DIP COATS OF ASPHALT PAINT AND ALLOWED TO DRY BETWEEN COATSo (E) A CERTifiCATE, GIVING THE NAME OF THIS BUILDING AND STATING THAT THE BOTTOMS FURNISHED FOR SAID ARE MADE OF COPPERBEARING STEEL SHEETS OF NOT LESS THAN THE GAUGE AND WEIGHT SPECIFIED AND THAT THEY HAVE BEEN QIVEN TWO SEPARATE DIP COATS OF ASPHALT PAINT, SHALL BE SIGNED BY THE MANUFACTURER OF THE BOTTOMS AND BY THE THIS CERTIFlC, ; TE SH ALL BE FURNISHED !N DUPLICATE TO THE ENG I NEER WHO WILL FORWARD ONE COpy TO THE PROCUREr.JIENT Drv I S ION' PUBLIC t'JORKS BR/,NCH. (F) j... sr,MPLE OF THE BOTTOMS, NOT LESS THhN 23 I NCHES SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRiNCHe (G) FOR SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONSTRUCTION REQUIRING CLEAR SPANS BETWEEN JO ISTS OF MORE THAN 24 INCHES, THE CONTRACTOR SHr,LL FURNISH THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION WITH A DETAILED DESCRIPTION, BY LETTER OR BY SHOP DR {,Vi INGS .OR BOTH; OF THE CONST RUCT i ON HE PROPOSES TO : USE AND SAl D CONSTRUCT ION SHALL BE APPROVED IN WR I T I BY THE PROCUREMENT DI V I S I ON BEFORE THE BOTTOI,,1S ARE FABR I CATEDo IN EVERY C;,SE, THE BOTTOMS SHALL BE OF STEEL AND .SHALL HAVE THE TWO DIP COATS OF ASPHALT PAINT SPECIFIED ABOVr. 122. WHERE THE JO ISTS ARE EXPOSED I N THE FIN I SHED VJORK, MET!.L FORMS SHALL BE A TYPE AND SHALL BE DOWN, OR REMOVABLE WOOD FORMS MAY BE USED. [VIET[,L FORMS SH.\LL 8E NEW OR "SELECTED" AND TRUE TO SHAPE AND SIZE. IRB -21

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ST. AUGUST 1fJE, .., P .0. AND CU .H. 123 REMOV(,BLE METAL FORMS SHt,LL HAVE PLAIN, FLA,.T SURFACES, EXCEPT THAT CORRUGATED FORMS OF NOT LIGHTER THAN 16 GAUGE METAL MAY BE USED IN SUCH PORTIONS OF BASEMENT AS FUEL ROOM, BOILER ROOM, STORAGE ROOMS, ETCo 124. WHERE OUTLETS FOR LI GHT I NG FIXTURES OCCUR, qXCEPT WHERE SMOOTH CEILINGS ARE PROVIDED, "DUMMY" CONCRETE 12 INCHES WIDE ARE TO BE P ROVIDED SEATING OF CtlN.OPY OF L;IGI:ITlNG FIXTURES; OR IF OUTLETS OCCUR IN STRUCTUR A L JOISTS THE JOIST IS TO BE THICKENED AT THAT POINT TO PROVIDE A FLAT A REA 12 INCHES SQUARE FOR OUTLET BOX TO SET IN CENTER OF SAME. .... 12..">. fifiETAL REINFmCEf.p ,JTo.-,.REiNFOHCING M ETALqHALLINCLUDE STIRRUPS, SPliCERS, :.'IS REQUIFIED ANDNECE;SSARY FOR ASSEMBLING, PLACING THE RE!NFORClMENT IN PLACE. METAL SHALL BE CLEAN AND FREE FROM SCALE.OR OR COATING. FABRIC MAY BE lINC COATED. METAL SHALL BE KEPT CLEAN UNTIL USED, OR BE CLEhNED WITH WIRE BRUSHES BEFORE PLACING. 12 6 Bf,RS SHALL CONFORM TO FEDERAL SPECIFICATI ,ON No. Q,Q-B-71. BARS NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED SHALL BE TyPE B, ,AND MAY BE ANY GRADE AND CLASS, EXCEPT STRUCTURAL GRADE. 127.. METAL FABRIC SHALL BE EITHER STEEL WIRE OR EXPANDED SHEET STEEL. SUSTAINING MEMBERS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 3 INCHES NOR MORE THAN 8 INCHES APART. THE LENGTH OF MESH SHALL 16 INCHES. AREAS sPEcriIED .ARE THE NET SECTIONAL AREA MEMBERS ONLY PER FOOT WIDTHo 128. hREAS OF METAL Ft,BRIC WHEN NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS ARE FOR WIRE FABRIC WHERE AREAS OF FABRIC ARE NOT INDICATED, THE ,AREA SHALL BE AT LEAST 00135 sQ_ INo FOR EXPANDED METAL AND 0.08 SQo1N. FOR WIRE FABRIC-THE MANUFACTURER'S CATALOGUE DESiGNATION OF FAo:R1C TO BE USED SHALL BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL OF THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC l iJORKS BRANCH') (A) WHERE THE TYPE OF REjNFORCEMENT IS NOT DEFINITELY INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS METAL FAORIC SHALL BE USED. \29. REI N:FORCEMENT FOR CONCRETE SUR,{OUND I NG STRUCTURAL STEEL SHALL BE No. 10 GAUGE LOOPS SPACED 6 INCHES OF EQUIVALENT SECTION, AND KEPT 3/4 INCH AWAY FROM' THE THE STEEL \300 SHRINKAG.E FABRIC o --REINFO RCEr.iENT FOR FLOOR FILL SHALL BE STEEL FABRIC NOT LIGHTER THAN 16 GAUGEo EXPANDED METAL SHALL BE 3 X 7 INCH OR 3 X 8 INCH MESH AND WEIGH AT LEt,ST \ LOS. YARDe WIRE n.B'RIC S HALLBE llNC COATED AND SHriLL BE EITHER 2 INCH HEXAGONAL WEIGHING \-[/2 POUNDS, OH 2 INCH SQUARE MESH ViEIGHING laI7POUNDS : OR 4 X 4 INCH MESH WEIGHING AT LEAST 1-1/4 LOS. HLL ViE!GHTS ARE PER SQUARE YARD. IRB '-22

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SJ. ,AUGUSTINr, FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. 131. THE TREADS AND PLATFORMS OF CEMENT STEPS AND STAIRS, BOTH EXTERIOR AND' INTERIOR, WHICH ARE INDICATED AS "NON-SLIP", SHALL BE MADE NON-SLIP IN EMBEDDING IN THE SURFACE A FINE ABRASIVE AGGREGATE, APP'UED UNIFORMLY AT THE RATE OF NOT LESS THAN 2_1/1 POUNDS PER SQUARE YARD. THE ABRASIVE AGGRE GATE SHALL BE COMPOSED OF AT LEAST 55 PER CENT ALUMINA OXIDE (AL-,O,) CERAMICALLY BONDED AT A VERY HI G H TEMPERATURE, OR OTHER SIMILAR ABRASIVE MGREGATE ACCEPTABLE TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIci WORKS BRANCH AND SHALL BE OF HOMOGENEOUS STRUCTURE, RUST PROOF, NON-GLAZING AND UNAFFECTED IN FREEZING MOISTURE OR BY CLEANING COMPOUNDS. 132. SHOP I:RA';JI NG.S .--BEND I NG AND AS SEMB LING DlAGRt,MS SHo\'} I NG SHAPES, DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS OF RODS AND BARS AND ACCESSORIES FOR SECURING AND SUPPORT INCa THE SAME SHALL BE SUBMITTED IN FOR THE APPROVAL OF tHE ARCHITECT_ IRB -23

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... ST. AUGUSTINE,FLA. P.O. CU.H. 133. FILLERS A N D SHALL BE PL.ACED WITH CLOSE JOINTS AND IN TRUE ALIGNMENT. Rows SHALL BE ACCURATELY SPACE] AND MAINTAINED IN POSIT)ON ON, THE FO.RMS. 134. REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE ACCURATELY PLACED AND SECURELY AND SUPPORTED TO PREVENi D\SPLAqEMENT BEFORE OR DURING THE POURING OF THE CONCRETE. FABRIC S HALL BE NEAR THE CENTER OF WALLS AND 3/4 ABOVE THE BOTTOM OF FLOORS OR HORIZONTAL SLAB WORK GENERALLY AND SHALL LAPPED AND WIRED AT ALL JOINTS. 135. REINFORCEMENT AND SHALL BE INSPECTED IN THE FORMS AND AFPROVED IN WRITING BY THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER BEFORE THE CONCRETE IS POURED. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL A COpy OF THE WRITTEN APPROVAL TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUGLIC BRANCH. 136. PLACING CONCRETE.--CONCRETE SHALL NOT BE PLACED OVER PIPES, CONDUITS, WATERPROOFING, ETC., UNTIL SUCH WORK HAS BEEN TEST ED, INSPECTED AND APPROVED AND DEFINITE I NSTRUCTIONS GIVEN GY THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER TO PROCEED WITH THE WORK. UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED, VOOD FORMS AND HOLLOW TILE FILLERS SHALL BE WET WHEN THE CONCRETE IS PLACED. 1 3 7. FOR THE OR DER OF P R OCECURE IN POURING BASEMENT CONCRETE FLOOR SLABS ANil WALLS AND THE PLA C ING OF MEM BRANE WATERPROOFING SEE UNDER lI \iJ ATERPROOFING, t"iEMBR/"NE TYPE. II 13 2 ). CONCRETE SHALL BE SO HANDLED /..S TO MAINTAIN ITS C 0 SIS Tc: N C Y ,\ N D NOT PER MIT THe I N G f{ EDIE NT S T 0 S E P ;, R/\ T E IT SHALL BE PLACED IMMEDIATELY AFTER MIXING, hND SHALL DE SO VIORATED, RODDED, TAMPED OR WORKED INTO PLACE THAT NO VOIDS OR SEGREGATION OF THE AGGREGATE aHALL SHOW WHEN THE FORMS ARE REMOVED. N o SPADING SHALL BE DON E ALON C F 0 r\ M S 'ilH ERE S P E C I A L T R E .... TrJ EN TIS R E QUI,; E D FOR t,PPLIED F INISH. 139. CONSTRUCTION JOINTS SHALL 8E AVOIDED WHERE POSSIBLE IN WORK THAT IS SHOWN CONTINUOUS. VEnTICAL JOINTS SHALL BE TONGUED O R TENONED TO BOND THE CONNECTING SECT 10 i'J S HORIZONTAL JOINTS SHALL BE FREE FROM SOFT OR S PO N G Y i,i ATE R I A LAN D SHAL L H A V E APE R FE C T BON:U BET VI E E N THE LAYERS OF CONC RETE. 140. THE DEPTHS OF FOOTING S AND THIC KNESS OF SLABS ASIN D I C TED AfE THE MIN I M U Ivi R E QUI j \ ED. F0 0 T I I : G S SHAL L HAVE NO HORIZONTAL JOINTS AND MAY HAVE VE RTICAL JOI NTS ONLY AT JUNCTIONS OF WIDE AND NARROW SECTIONS, OR MIDWP,Y BETWeEN CONCr:NTHATED LOADS OR ON LINES OF S T H U C T U R A L D I V I S I 0 i,J 141. COLUMNS O R PIERS SHALL DE PLACED CONTINUOUSLY UP TO A LEVEL I INCH THE HEAD O R CONNECTING B E /\ llil 0 R G I R D E r{ COL UIv] N S 0 R PIE ; ( S S H /" L L [ 0 E P 0 U f( EDt, T L E ,; S T T VIO H 0 U ; SIN A D V AN CEO F THE SUP E R I I v 1P 0 3 E D CON C E T E MEN -24

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" ST. AUGUSTINE, P.C. CU.H. 142. REINFO il CED SLABS, JOISTS, BEt,ivIS, GlflDEflS, ETC., SHALL BE CONTINUOUSLY IF POSSIBLE. WHERE CONSTRUCTION JOINTS CANNOT BE AVOIDED THEY SHALL BE PEfIPENDICULAR TO THE AXIS OR OF THE MEMBER JOINTED AND AT THE CENTER OF THE SPAN. IF AN INTERSECTING MEMBER OCCURS AT THAT POINT, THE JOINT SHALL BE OFf-SET TWICE THE DEPTH OF THE INTERSECTING MEMBER. 142'",. CONCf{ETE SOFFITS Fon STEEL FRAMING SH/\ LL BE PLACED WHOLLY FROM ONE SIDE AND FO R CED THROUGH TOTHE OTHER SIDE. 143. IS TO BE GIVEN A FINISH COAT OF ANY KIND SHALL DE KEPT CLEAN, AND WHERE AN APPLIED FINISH I S REQUIRED THE CONc n ETE SHALL NOT BE PLACED UNTIL IT CAN BE FINISHED AS SPECIFIEv. 144. BOLTS, SLEEVES, ETC., AS REQUIRED SHALL BE PROPEnLY LOCATED AND BUILT IN AS THE WORK PROGRESSES. SLOTS SHALL BE FO RMED OR ANCHORS CUILT IN AS DlnECTED FOR BONDING ABUTTING MASONRY o R P t, r; TIT ION S FOR nEG LET SIN CON C;; E T ESE E DE T A I L S I 44l,. INSERTS OR DOND OLOCKS FOR FASTENING THE GUIDE RAILS AND CRACKETS OF WILL BE Fu r ; N ISH ED lJ Y THE ELEVATOR CONTRACTOR AND SHALL DE GUILT IN BY THIS CONTRACTOR iHERE DIRECTED. 145. CONCRETE THAT IS TO DE COVERED WITH MEMCRANE VlATEf{PROOFING Oli D,\MPPROO.FING SHALL DE SiviOOTH AND EVEN, BUT THO VI ELI N G ';"J ILL NOT 0 E fi EQUI F( ED. 146. CONCRETE SHALL BE PROTECTED AGAINST nAPJD DRYING AND SHALL 3E KEPT MOIST FOR AT LEAST SIX DAY S. 147. VIBRATOR SHALL DE A MECHANICAL UNIT, 'PO VJEf-i DRIVEf'l, AND ESPECI(\ LLY DESIGNED FOR THE SERVICE REQUlnED. FOR VIBRATING THE CONCRETE FIREPROOFING AND OF STEEL FRAMED STRUCTURES, THE VIGRATOR S HALL DE DIRECTLY TO THE STEEL MEMOERS. THE STEEL SHALL CE VI8RATED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE CONCRETE IS AROUND IT, AND EACH OPERATION SHALL DE RESTRICTED TO A LIMITED AREA TO PRODUCE THE OEST THE. V I G RAT I N G P r ; 0 C E S S S H /, L L M A K E THE CON CnET E DON D IfI I T H ALL THE STEEL IN THE STRUCTURE, CAUSING THE CONCRETE TO FLOW AND SETTLE COMPLETELY FILLING THE MINUTE VOIDS VI I T H DEN SEC 0 N C ,i ETEA N D "Ji0 i ; T A f.. [\1 D S f l I f.J G I t JG THE t, I RAN D EXCESS WATER TO THE SU RFACE. 148.srJECli,L Ti=\Ei\Tr. ; E i H CF" ::;m;C RETE.--IN GENE n AL, ALL V E 1,\ TIC 1\ L 0 Ii 0 V E H E A Jj S U F{ F ; ; C [ S 0 F C0;) Ci \ E T E THAT ARE T 0 n E C E I V E ; ; P P LIE r:; Fit! ISH 0 F ; v 10 r, TAr:, STU C COO R P LAS T E R !\ F T Eli THE FOR Iv1 S ;. R E c:: E0 V S H /, LLeE G I V E ( J ASP E C I r, L TREATMENT IN PREP{;RATION FOR SUCH FINISH. THE CHAR/'1CTER OFT H E T n E h TMEN T S H t, L L DESU C H T H {, T THE S U ;; F t CEO F THE CON C RET E S H 1\ L L Cl E Ii E I vlO VEDT 0 AA P P :; E G I A 0 LED E P T H (AT LEAST 1/16 INCH) EXPOSING THE hGGREGATE ANJ LEAVING A CLEAN, FIRM G R ANULAR SUflFACE FOR THE PERMANENT ADHESION OF THE FINISH. MEN -25

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ST. /, UGUS T I [\J E, FL/\. P.o. ;, N D CU. H 149. IF' A TH/IT tIET/,IL,S THE SETTING ,OF THE S U I': F ,\ C E CEM ENT. HAS E E NUS E 0 0 THE INS I _: E 0 F THE F 0 i< M S 1\ L L L0 0 S E ivi t, T E I A L S HI, L L' C E Ii Ei vlO V E D G E FOR E fiN ISH I N G I F ME C H N I C I, L T REA T ivl E N T S UGH i\ S HA, CKIN G 0 r: CHI P PIN G 0 H IS CARE JE ThKEN TO LEAVE NO UN150. SHO'l!lrJG IN EXPOSE;) SURFACES OF CONCRETE DE AND MAJE No POINTING on P I. T CHI N G ::3 HAL L ::: E 0 N E, 0 nnE S T 0 1\ A T ION 0 r D ; ; 0 KEN sunFACES on flRfllSES J E COkliVIENCE:::l, UNTIL SUCH PLACES HI\VE SEEN UPON CY THE ENGINEER. I 50i;. MET I. L S T ;.. Y S 1\ N:J L3 R ACE S F0 \ F 0 n Iv1 3 I F EXT EN: : I N G INTO THE CONCRETE SHALL DE CUT DACK AT LEAST I INCH FROM FACES OF CONCRETE EXPOSE: TO THE WE ATHER. 151.. INTEGRf\L W',TERPROOFING OF CONCRETE IS QN THE :nAWINGS HEREIN, THE CONCRETE SHALL JE MA:E WATERPROOF THROUGHOUT THE MASS 8Y A==ING TO THE CONcnETE MIX A V I II TEn FRO 0 FIN G MI, T E R I I, L WH I C H HAS C EENE S P E C I L Y P,1 E PI,RE;:; FOR SUCH USE. INTEGn/\L VJATERPF100Fl[\IG IviATEnlAL IS RE QUIRE;) IN THE ALL EXPOSED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION OF WALLS COL U M N S, A L S 0 ALL EXT ERIO R CON Ci \ E T E V I 1\ L L S '\ N :: FLOOR SLAJS OF GALLERY A R E SPECIFIE :J TO FINISHE: WiTH STUCCO OR CEMENT. 152. THE CHI"n;\CTE,( OF THE W;.TERP I1 00FING MATEnlAL 8E SUCH THAT THE TOTAL NECESSAnY WATEn CONTENT OF THE CONCi1ETE MIX SHALL NOT EXCEE;:) 7-1/2 GALLONS,PER SACK OF CEMENT IN TO rROJUCE WATERPROOFED CONCRETE OF THE PLASTI CITY SLUMP REQUIRED DY THE CONTRACT. THE WATE RPROOFING MATERIAL SHALL DE ,EITKER A LIQUID, PASTE OR AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR, Our WHEN A LIQUI : OR PASTE IS USED, THE WATER CONTENT OF THE VJATERPROOFING ivlt.TERIAL SH r,LL DE INCLU :: E;:; IN THE W/,TER CONTEiJT OF THE CONCflETE MIX. 153. WHEN MECHANICAL MEASURING ::EVICES ARE N O T RETHE CONTRACT, THE TOTAL WATER CONTENT OF THE CONC R ETE MI X SHALL DE ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT THE AMOUNT WATER PRESENT UNDER NORMAL CON:ITIONS IN THE SI,N:: AND AGGREGATE USE:: PER SACK OF CEMENT IS ,'/,S F O L GALLON FOR I: 1-1/2 : 3 CONC GETE. l-t/2.GALLONS F O R I: 2: 4 C ONCRETE. 2 GALL ON S FOR I: 3: 5 C ONCRETE. 154. MATE R I AL S HALL HAVE OEEN USEC Fon THIS PURPOSE FOR MORE THAN FIVE IT SHALL DE MIXE:: INTEGRALLY WATER, CEMENT AGGnEGATE IN STRICT ACCOR:ANCE WITH THE rRINTE2 DIRECT IONS OF THE M6NUFACTURER. 155. THE HAVE MET THE RE QUIREMENTS liS :ETERMINE: SY TESTS MEN -26

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ST. P.O. CU.H. A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR DY THE U.S. OF '\ THE (, J S 0 R P T ION 0 F CU;, E;::) S P E C I MEN S S H {, L L NOT GtlEATEf1 THAN 5 PEn CENT OF THE ViEIGHT OF THE SPECIMEN AFTER IMMERSION IN WATER F 0 ? 2 H 0 U ::; B. THE PERMEACILITY OF THE SPECIMENS CONTAINING A WATER PRESSURE OF 20 PER SQUARE INCH, SHALL JE 100 PER CENT AS WITH SPECIMENS WITHOUT WATERPROOFING. C. THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF THE SPECIMENS CONTAINING SHALL CE NOT LESS THAN THAT OF SPECIMENS WITHOUT WATERPROOFING. 156. THE METHOD OF TESTING SHALL DE SAME AS THE TESTS OFT H E I N T E G R (\ L IN /, T E R PROOF I N G MAT ER I It L S : ; ESC i", ICE I N 8 U ;, E AU 0 F S TAN::; A R jJ S RES EAR C H PAP No. 394 AN:':; NO EXTENSION OF CONTRACT TIME WILL CE ALLOWED CECIUSE OF THE ONE YEAR REQUIREMENT. 157. TESTS REPORTED IN BUREAU OF STANDARDS RESEARCH PAPER No. 394 GF INTEGRAL WATERPROOFING MATERIALS WILL DE ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF FURTHER TESTS, PROVIDED THE SA M PLE OF WArERPROOFING NOW SU DM ITTED FOR TEST PASSES THE SAME ANALYSIS USED CLASSIFICATION PU RPOSES THE SAME OF WATERPROOFING PAS SEC IN TESTS REPOinED IN SAID PAPER ['Jo.394. D E CONSTn UC TED OF CLASS CONCRETE IN ACCOR:ANCE WITH DETAIL ON DRAWING No. G-3 WITH REINFORCEMENT AS SHOWN ON STRUCT URA L THE EXTERIOR WALL SURFACE SHALL RECEIVE TREATMENT THE SAME AS A DJACENT WALLS. THE INTE R IOR WALL CEILING SURFACES SHALL HAVE NO SPECIAL FINISH. IfiC. TEST.--SUITA OLE MATERIALS SHALL DE FURNISHED ANC TESTS APPLIED TO A FIVE-FOOT ST G IP PARALLEL WITH THE MAIN REINFORCING OF THE SLAD EXTENDING OVER TWO CONTINUOUS =AYS. THE LOCA TION OF EACH TEST SHALL DE DY THE EN G INEER. THE TESTS SHALL DE THE FLO 0 F ILL AN!) TIL EPA RTIT ION S ARE INS TAL LED, i\ N0 THE DE 200 PER S Q UARE FOO T TH E ENTIRE ARE!; 16 I. THE T EST LOA C S H /, L L E S U C II MAT ER I A L II N 1:: S0 THAT THE ACTUAL LOA: AN D THE RESULTS MAY JE ACCURATLY READINGS FOR :EFLECT ION SHALL DE TAKBA A T eNE-HALF LOA D AT FULL LOAD, AT EN D OF 4 8 HOURS WIT H F U L L L 0 !\ D, {\ N:J AFT F.: nTH ERE :,1 0 V A L 0 F .T H E L. 0 r,:':; 162. "F U L L E P 0 R T 0 F THE RE: S U L T 0 F THE SET EST S S HAL L D E AT ONCE OY THE C ONSTRUCTION ENGINEE R TO THE P fIOc Ur"EMENT DIVISION PU JL.IC JO'i KS Brlfll'!CH. MEN -27

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ST. /IUGUST 1 I\JE, F L "10 P O. n f\! D C U H 1 63. SL,'13S ,I; D 'FILL.--IN IHL C/\SES THE T H I C K N E S S 0 F T I EST F; U C T U r; f. L SL r. =; S S H {I L L ::: E Ivi A I NT A I N E r; T H n U 0 U T, U T T H E E LEV:. T I 0 0 F THE TOP 0 FTH E' S L /-, D I TO THE FLo on LEVEL (VJITH THE EXCEPT ION 0 F S T AI n s, LA N :'; I N GSA N::; INS PEe T 0 i{ 's G fl L L E R Y) S HAL L JE MINU S 4 INCHES Feil FL OO f ';, TILE, CEMENT AN D T E ,; r. A Z Z 0 F 0 Ii THE T Ii I P L E L!I Y E F: C O N S T R U C T ION 0 F THE C ASE MENT SLA D S SEE DRAWING No. G-400. 16t.: SLAJS FILL OF G UTTERS ROOF S UliF A CES, I NCLUD I N G CANT S AN: CF:ICKETS, SHALL,:E STRUC K OFF TO TRUE, EVEN AND WITH A WOO D FL OAT. SU fl FACES ROOFING WATERPRO O FING SHALL HAVE F INISH,' AN D sunFACES SHEET SHALL :::E SMO OTH. 165 FL oor; FILL F Or. CEMENT FINISHEr; FLOO R S OVEFi S T ;; U C T U ;"1, I, L F L (J 0 r 1 S L i l ::" S S HAL L E R E I NFOR C E J VI I T H S H R INK4 G E Fi\:.; nIC. 1 6 6. STRU C TURAL (EXCEPT OR IV] E ; A F, / N E \') 1\ TE R P F\ 00 FIN G 0 C CUR s) SHAL L :) E S WE P T C LEA N T H (1 [1 C U GH L Y E T, AN::; THE N ;:; U S T E ;:; WIT H N E {, T P o fi T LAN r; C EM E NT flS THE F ILL IS PLACED. 167 CON Cf-{ E T E F ILL F 0 K !vi ,\ ,i ; L E, C L !I Y TIL E 0 II T E ii R A Z Z 0 F L C! (l fi SI S INC L U :.; E:-:: UN;) E nTH E S f> E C I Fie AT ION F 0 ,i S ,\ :Ji E I G 8 FILL FL oorlS ON SLEEPERS 8H'LL D E OFF FLUSH VITH THE T O P S O F THE SLEEPERS T il () \"} E L E:) s roll 0 0 T H ,', N'{ SPA C E SUN z:: E n TH E S LEE ? Ef; S SHAL L : E WITH C ONCRETE OR THE SLE E PERS CAi;EFU L L Y LEVELE:. WILL J E ON SLE EPERS). 1 69 PIPES, ETC.--P;'\o VISION SH/.LL J E t vlr.::: E F e ;; THE O F PIPES, ETC., THR O UGH WALLS. FLOORS, ETC., T O CUTTING OF CONC R ETE. PipE SL E EVES THI MC LE S ELSEWHERE JE I N 1\ S :: I [ C T E :: F 0 ,-, L L PIP E S FA S SIN G T H 0 U G H V I f. L L S FLO n3 ,ET C ., (\ : ";(1 V E G R E 1 '7-0. V'I ULT V U JT I L.IT 1 0 --THE V i\ U LT SHAL L H?\ V E G H V f, ;.! I Z c I l i ON 0 n S TEE L V E NT PIP E A N;:-, FIT TIN GSIN S T A L L E !) {,S SHOVIN O N DETII( L D n AWING G-403. 171. FIRE STOPS.--PIPE SHALL ST OPPE D CONC n ETE AT FLOOR AN : CEILING LEVEL TO A OF AT LEhST 4 INCHE S OF SHEET SHALL JE THE PIPES 172. CEMENT FI NiSH.--CEMENT FINI DH SHALL PERFECTLY WITH THE UN =:; ERLYING C ClN C, o,ETE 'SHALL :'; E FI N ISHED T O T fi U E, EVE N l. I N E SAN D S U K F A CE S { \ ; 1 : ; L e FT F i E E F n OM :: E F E C T S JJ I T S S H t. L L EST r: : I GH T A D T n U E II N :: F I ISH E D WITH A JOl rHltJG T OO L. FINI S H I ii C r-JI:ECTI C'N I"IITH GAFETY T H I I E Ai:: S, C O H N E r; :': ;1 s r R I.Iv i E S? ET C ., S H:\ L L E FLU S H 'ii I T H T H E IvIETAL. -28MEN

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ST. /,UGUSTINE, Fli\. P.O. lIND CU.H. 173. INTERIOR CEMENT FINISH SHALL 8E TROWELED SMOOTH, AND EXTERIOR CEMENT FINISH SHALL BE FLOATED. 174. AT GRADE LINES, THE FINISH SHALL EXTEND 2 INCHES GRADE. HORIZONTAL SURFACES GENERALLY SHALL BE GRADED TO DRAIN WATER, AND PROPERLY CONNECTED TO FLOOR DRAINS, OUTLET$, ETC. 175. ALL OTHER INTERIOR CEMENT FINISH AND THE FLOORS OF AREAS SHALL BE EITHER INTEGRAL OR APPLIED AS BEST SUITED TO CONDITIONS. THE ExpbsED SURFACES OF ALL OTHER EXTERIOR CONCRETE SHALL HAVE INTEGRAL FINISH. THE USE OF INTEGRAL FINISH SHALL NOT CHANGE THE OVER-ALL THICKNESS OR OTHER OF THE WORK AS REQUIRED BY THE DRAWINGS. 176. CEMENT FINISH OF FLOOR SLABS IN BOILER ROOM SHALL BE JOINTED 1/2 INCH DEEP IN BOTH DIRECTIONS ON THE CENTER LINES OF COLUMNS AND PIERS AND ON LINES MIDWAY BETWEEN SAME TO FORM BLOCKS OF ABOUT 20 FT. IN AREA. !77. INTEGRAL FINISH SHALL BE PRODUCED WITHOUT A SEPARATE TOPPING OR FINISH COAT. THE CONCRETE SHALL BE SO WORKED IN PLACING AS TO BRING THE FINE MATERIAL TO THE SURFACE, THEN FINISHED AS SPECIFIED THE SAME DAY THAT THE CONCRETE IS PLACED. EXCESS SHALL BE TAKEN UP BY A D R Y MI XTURE OF I PART CEMENT AND 2 PARTS SAND WORKED INTO THE FINISH. 1780 ApPLIED FINISH BE A SEPARATE TOPPING OR FINISH COAT COMPOSED OF ONE PART PORTLAND CEMENT AND TWO PARTS SAf\ID, AND SHALL BE 3/4 INCH THICK UNLESS OTHERDISE SPECIFIEil. CEMENT FINISH ON SPECI AL TREATMENT SHALL CE NO THICKER THAN NECESSARY TO PRODUCE EVEN MORTAR SHALL BE A STIFF MIX AND FINISHED WITHOUT THE USE OF D8Y CEMENT. THE FINISH SHALL BE APPLIED AND FINISHED THE SAME DAY THAT THE CONCRETE Is P'O U;\ ED, EX C E PTA S Pi\ 0 V IDE D HE f{ E I N FOR H E P, V Y D U T Y CEM EN T FLOORS, FOR LIGHT-WEIGHT CONCRETE AND FOR CERTAIN PRE-CAST ROOF SLP.SS. 179. FLOOR FINISH UNDER WOOD FLOORS SHALL BE TROWELED TO A SMOOTH AND LEVEL SURFACE AND ALLOWED TO AND SEASON THOROUGHLY BEFORE THE FLOOR COVERING IS LAID. THE LEVEL OF CEMENT FINISH SHALL BE ADJUSTED TO BRING SURFACE COVERING TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL. 100. CURING.--CEMENT F OF EVERY D ESCRIPTION S HAL L B E P nOT E C TED A G A INS T F [.: 0 S Ton F( A P I D DRY I N G 1\ N D K E P T MOl S T F 0 n r. T LEA S T S I X Dt\ YS ] I T H I N 24 H 0 US AFT E R T R 0 \'JELING, ALL FLOOR AND WALKS SHALL BE COVEi\ED UNIFORMLY WITH or;E INCH OF CLEAN WET SAND, OR ONE INCH OF CLEAN SAWDUST FREE FROM TANNIC ACID, AND SHALL BE KEPT WET FOR NCT LESS THAN 10 DAYS BY SPRINKLING WITH CLEAN WATER AT INTERVALS OF NOT MORE THAN TEN HOURS. 181. K STRONG, KRAFT PAPER WITH ASPHALT MEMBRANE IN THE CENTER MAY BE USED INSTEAD OF THE SAND OR THE PAPER TO DE REINFORCED WITH CROSSED MEN -29

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ST. hUGUST INE 9 FLi,. P.O. FIBERS COMPLETELY EMBEDDED IN THE ASPHALT. THIS SHALL BE LAID AS JOINTS AS JOINTS TO BE LAPPED AT LEAST THREE INCHES AND SEhLED WITH GUMMED KRAFT TAPE OR GLUED AS DIRECTED BY THE I 82. C E Ei n Gi, S E --C E r 1 E N T 8 A S E S H ;. L L BE. 0 N E P r,,1T PORTLAND CEMENT TO 2 PARTS AND BE RUN IN PLACE. THE TOP EDGE SHALL FINISH AGAINST METAL GROUNDS S PEe I FIE;J UN DE i l 1\ L A T H, PU\ S T I N G, FUR R I N G, ETC., 1\ AND S HAL L 6 E P;, H I, L L E L I T H THE SUR F ACE 0 F THE FLO 0 H S, n AMP S AND STAIR INCLINES. FOR OTHER CONDITIONS SEE DRAWINGS Nos. G-202, G-203 AND 0-204. 183. CEMENT COVES.--THE INTERSECTION OF FLOORS WITH CEMENT CASE SHALL BE FORMED WITH A 1 INCH COVE, nUN STRAIGHT AND AND FINISHED SMOOTH. 184. STAIRS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHODN, SHALL DE CONCRETE WITH TREADS AND RISERS ACCURATELY SEE STRUCTURAL G-204 AND G-20 8 FOR ALL :ETAILS. UAIN LOBBY STAIRS SHALL HAVE TREADS AND RISERS RECESSEJ TO RECEIVE LIMESTONE AND RlsEns. THE NORTHWEST AND SERVICE STAIRS SHALL CONCRETE WITH INTEGRAL FINISH ON STRING, RISERS AND TREAD. OUTSIDE AREA STEPS SHALL BE CONCRETE FINISH THROUGHOUT. 1 8 5. iviETIILLIC FLOOR H/,RJENER.--,"\L,L INTERlon CEIv'1ENT F INISHEDFLOORS, EXCEPT FLOORS WITH TILE TERRAZZO AND WOOD, SHALL BE INTEGRALLY si ON INCORPORATING IN THE FINISH A CLEAN, WATER-t, B S0 [3 ENT, ALL FER R 0 U S MET" L L I C I-i /\ DEN E R THE PRE S E tJ C E IN THE OF ANY NON-FERROUS METAL OR OF OI .LS, GREASE OR OTHEn FO"EIGN SUBST{,;\jCE OR THAT OFFERS TO THE FGEE ABSORPTldN OF WATER AND OF THE BE CAUSE FOR REJECTION. 186 THE METALLIC PARTICLES SHALL BE JAGGED ANG U L A rrl N SHAP E TOE X P 0 S E M A X I MUM E.I 0 N:J I N G S U F ACE TOT H E CEMENT, IHID SH,\LL BE OF CA;\EFULLY GR,;DUATED SliES THAT WILL MEET THE FOLLOWING SCREEN ANALYSIS: L L S HAL L PAS S II No. 8 S I EVE, F110 M 3 TO 5 PER C E N T S HAL L REMAIN ON A No. 14 SIEVE, NOT THAN 45 PER CENT SHALL REMAIN ON A No. 28 NOT MORE THAN 20 PER CENT SHALL PASS A No. 50 SIEVE NOT MORE THAN 10 PER CENT SHALL PASS A rJo. 100 SIEVE. 187. EQUAL PARTS OY VOLUME OF AND PORTLAND CEMENT SHALL DE THOROUGHLY LRY AND AT LEAST 45 OF THIS SHALL 3E USED PEA 100 SQUARE FEE T 0 F SUI( F ACE ;, REA. THE 1vi I X T U E 0 FHA r, :J ENE II A N r; C E MEN T SHAL L [3 ESP n E A 0 EVE N L Y AND INC 0 ;, P0 RAT E;J I THE FRESH FLOATED CONCRETE SURFACE IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SURPLUS SURFACE HAS DISAPPEARED AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE P R INTE:J OF THE MANUFACTURER OF THE H A;; ENE R THE FIN ISH E VI 0 RK S HilL L PRE SEN T A SMOO T H EVEN SURFACE FROM DEFECTS AND OF REASONA8LY UNIFORM COLOH. MEN -30

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ST. FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 188. WCRK.--THE SUB-GRADE FOR DR IVEWAYS, WALKS, CURBS, ETC., SHALL BE ACCURATELY SHAPED TO THE REQUIRED DEPTH AND PARALLEL TO THE FINISHED GRADES. SOFT OR SPONGY PLACES IN THE SUB-GRADE SHALL BE TAMPED OR ROLLED AND REFILLED UNTIL PROPERLY COMPACTED. 189. EXPANSION JOINT FILLER SHALL BE A BITUMINOUS COMPOUND THAT WILL NOT FLOW OR CRUMBLE AT EXTREMES OF OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE. JOINT FILLER SHALL BE EITHER IN THE FORM OF PRE-MOULDED STRIPS OR BE POURED IN PLACE. 190. CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS WITH CEMENT FINISH SHALL BE 6 INCHES THICK WITH AN INTEGRAL FLOATED FINISH AND SHALL BE REINFORCED AS INDICATED, EXCEPT THAT THE SHALL BE PLACED IN THE MIDDLE OF DRIVEWAYS SHALL HAVE 1/2 INCH EXPt,NSION JOINTS THE FULL OF THE CONCRETE AND FILLED WITH BITUMINOUS FILLER. EXPANSION JOINTS, IF NOT SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS, SHALL BE ABOUT 12 FEET APART AND LOCATED AS DIRECTED. EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL BE PROVIDED AT BUILDING WALLS, AT RETAINING WALLS AND AT CURBS WHERE THEY CONTACT THE DR IVE".'JAY. 19!. CONCRETE WALKS SHALL BE 4 INCHES i,\}ITH AN INTEGRAL FLOATED FINISH. WALKS SHALL BE MARKED OFF WITH SURFACE JOINTS IN ABOUT 4 FOOT SQUARES, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. WALKS SHALL HAVE 3/8 INCH t:XP;'\NSION JOINT8 NOT OVEFi 20 FUT APART riND I\T INTERSECTIONS WITH OTHER OR DRIVEWAYS, AT INTERSECTIONS WITH INSIDE CURB AND AT STREET CURB AND EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL EXTEND THROUGH THE CONCRETE AND BE FILLED WITH BITUMINOUS JOINT FILLER. 192. CONCRETE CURBS, ETC. Ht,VE AN INTEGRAL FLOt,TED FINISH. CURBS SHALL BE JOINTED AT POINTS ABOUT 10 FEET APART OR SHALL BE JOINTED AT THE EXPANSION JOINTS IN DRIVEWAYS AND WALKS. FOR CONSTRUCTION DETAILS SEE DRAWING No.8-I. 193, STEEL CURB PLATES.-SEE D[Tr,IL ijj\j DRAWING G-I, CURB PLATES ARE SPECIFIED UND[R MISCELLANEOUS AND ORNAMENTAL STEEL, IRON OR [I/IETAL WO-iK. ANCW)HS FOR CURB PLATES AS l"ELL I\S THE PLI\TES SHALL BE SET BEFORE CONCRETE SLABS ARE POURED. 194 DRIVEWAY CATCH BASINS.--SEE DETAIL No. G-I. THE OUTLET FITTING AND FIRST LENGTH OF PIPE SHALL BE EXTRA HEAVY CAST IRON SOIL PIPE. THE JOINT PIPE tND FITTING SHALL BE MADE WITH OAKUM GASKET AND PIG LEAD CAULKED SOLID. THE CONNECTION TO SEV,'[r'i I S SPEC I F I ED UNDER "PLUMB I NG". THE COVER ,WD FRArvlE I\RE I NCLUDED "fvil SCELLANEOUS METAL WORK". 195. DRIVE WAY WALLS, GARDEN WALLS, ETC.-,DR!VE WAY WALLS I\T THE REAR OF THE BUILDING SHALL BE OF POURED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION WITH STUCCO FINISH SAME AS BUILDING WALLS. 196. FOR OTHER GARDEN WALLS OF MASONRY C8NSTRUCTION SEE UNDER "BRICK W)RK, HC)LLOIN TILE WORK 9 ETC. II EVH -31

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'U"ucTI -'::-I' P 0 f l[) (' J i\ \..,,) ..) j t? rL J '. o. I H .I C r (' l'.lorn/IRS 19'1. FCRTL,jll D CU.-1EiiT S H : Ill Co;.,iPlY \11TH FEDER;, l SPECIFIC .Tlel\! [ ,10. EXCEPT TH:.T 2D Dr,Y TEST :l lll [3E \!;,IVE'J. C[f.)IE H SH.::.ll DE 1 98 i0t SOfR/ CEk:EiH SHrIll CO:',;IPlY t',IITH FEDE-:R,".l 5S-C-IGI. 19). SL,',G CE!\,lE> JT SH.\ll COMPLY \ "ITf-i THE F OllQl.'!I'-JG RE(! L;I HEi,iC'HS: THE ;,iETHOD O F TO B E I"J' ;'CCORDf,\lCE WITH FEDE fi.", l No. SS_C-I ') I, EXCEPT TH!,T TESTS FOR S O UND :'!ESS SH;,ll BE 1\) ':,'ITH FEDER:,l SPECIFIC;.TIO :'! [';0 ss-c-181. (,\) il;iOR E TH;,\! !2 PE R CE n O\! I SL>!D;,RD No. 200 [;l ESll. (8) P.\TS O F \;Ef..T CEME '\jT ,',FTER, 8EI :'IG STORED FO R SEVE"J IN AIR ONE PAT !N BE FIRM AND SIGNS OF DISTORTION OR CFL,CKING BOTH CO I T 10 :jS OF S TOR!,GE. (C) TI :,4 E OF BY THE GILfvlORE 1:-.J ITla stT IN lESS TH,\',>! 45 MINUTES S:::T 1\1 \IO T 1 ,lonE 2 0 HOUF1S. (D) COMPRESSIVE STRE NG TH: AT lEAS T THREE 2 -INCH CUBES, I TO 3 STAN DARD OTTAWA 24 IN MO IST AIR REMAI N DER OF TI ME IN WATER. r.( DAYS,--AV ERAGE lESS THA N 3"0 POUNDS P ER S Q UARE ) I 2U SH ;,ll 8E HIGHEn Tri A'. TH E liT SEVE'\) DH S. 200. [,,)0N-Sn I N I NG CEI'..lEi'I T SrlAll T CO'IJTA I N MORE TH i\ N 030 PER CENT BY WEIGHT O F SOLUBLE ALKALI CALCULA TED AS NAnO WHEN TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH l:iETHODS ;c,DOPTED BY THE P URE1u O F STANDi,RDS. IT SH All ALSO MEET TH E RE C'U IREIViE'HS SPECIFIED AGOV E FOR Sl:\G CEME'H. 2 0 1. LIM E BE EI THER HYDRATED liME FEDERAL N o SS-L-3), 1 OR PUlVERIZL:D qUICI< lliv1E COi'/1PlYI% \.'I TH FEDER :;l SS-Q-351, TY P E C. PULVERIIED QUIC:< lli..1E SHAll PASS ;, f.Jo. 2U SI EV E A \ ID ,;T lUST 9 0 PE R C E H SH All P ASS A : J o ] C SIEVE. PROTECTIOi; .--CEivlcn (, 'W ll(,,'IE SH ;,ll BE DE L I VE:RED, THE OR I G I N ; \ l PACKAGES SHAll BE KEPT JRY UNTil USED. lIf .;E P UTIY SHt.ll BE: A STIFF OF l IME THOROUGHLY Sl f,KED tHD ;\llOV/[ D T O COOL. PUTTY SH;\ll SO;; K l E SS THil', 21], H O URS \ FTEF\ COOLING, BE KEPT MOIST US ED. 204. SII/,ll COIV1PlY JI T H FCDE RA l SS-A-2 d l FOR FINE GRADE EXCE P T THA T All /\ Nco 8 S EV E 7 NOT LESS ""' 'I .:; PL:H CE'!T SILlL 8 E G \J ,', ;,U i G SIEVE l E S 2 TH:,'\} 97 PER SH All B E A N J I CO SIEVE 2 05. 'ii ; : ,TEf: Sl i,',ll Be CLE,',", ;,: m \ lKa I. 206. [ .;IXTURES.--PROPORTIO'!S SPECI f--I FD ;,m: I') Er:U,' I BY VO lUivIE. ONt: S ( ,CK OF POFnl,\'JD CEivlE'H (94 NET) Sl !:,ll "tlE EQUf.Il i\)R -32

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ST. AUGUSTINE! FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. TO I CUBIC ONE SACK OF SLAG 80 POUNDS GROSS OR MORE GH,',LL BE CO"JSIDERED EQUAL TO CUBIC FOOT. ivilXTUliES SH;,LL BE ;,S FOLLor,'s CL ,"S8 A. I OF PORTL I\ :-.JD CEME'H) 2 OF Si\\lD /\\lD 1/5 LlfvlE F)UTTY. CL I\ .SS b I OF [JORTUND OR SLi.G 3 OF s,\ 'm .;ND 1/) L livlE PUTTY. Clf,SS I 'OF 3 OF CLt,SS C. I OF P ORTLA\lD OR SLAG I OF LIME PUTTY 6 OF CLr\3S D MOHV.R 8E-: EITH!: i ; OF ThE AT THE OPTION OF THE r OF \.'HI TE I OF L IM[ PUTTY 6 OF OR I OF OTHER THI\"J WHITE 1/2 OF LIME PuTTY r .'m 4 r,f' 8,\':D TEF;PROOF I;:G ( MWBR ',NE TypE) 2 07. SCOPE.--THE EXTERI O R ;,\)D INTE R IOR W i,LLS BEL 0,',' GHADE !, !D FLOOR OF THE B;;SEMENT FLON'l OF MAILING PU"TFor'I., j SH/\LL BE VJ,\TEH?ROOFED WITH A co'n I'! UOUS i \ :-.JD IMPERV IOUS MEMt,R;,'JE COi, T I NG THROUGHOUT ;'. ;-.!D EX TE:-.JD I NG ,\BOVE THE GRADE LII,JE. FOR CO\JSTRUCTION DET /,ILS SEE r io. G-40 0 G-,+0 1. THE OUTER REINFORCED CONCflETE SHELL FORI,,1ING BUILDINGI'.'ALLS OF \JEW BUILDI"JG SH,;LL BE TRU,TED WITH I:JTEGR:,L 1 !,HERPROOFING. ALL EXTER I OR C OLUM:-.JS SH,\LL BE VIf, TERPiiOOFED Vi: TH I \,'ATERPROOF I 'IG. 208. TREAll\'lEi\JT.--WHERE MEi;iBRI\NE WATERPROOFI'-.JG IS RE QUlfiED, r,LL SURFt,CES THAT TO BE WATERPRUOFED SHALL CLEA\) AND DRY, SMOOTH AND FREE FROM DEFECTS THAT WOULD THE PH0PER AND OF THE JOINTS SHALL BE STRUCK ANY HOLES, ETC' 5 POINTED FLUSH WITH CEMENT MORTAR. CONCRETE SURFACES SHALL BE A HEAVY COAT OF CREOSOTE OIL JUST BEFORE ST AHTING THE \,J;, TE fiPRO O F 1209. M EiviBRM'\E \' JATERPROOFl hjG.--FIVE-PLY ME b1BRt,NE SH;,LL CO"JS1ST OF FIVEL,\YERS OF FELT SIX L,iYEH S OF PITCH. Sliri LL OF THREE OF FELT Foun LAYERS OF PITCH. THE SH ALL Elf: FIVE-PLY U\JLE3S OTHEmilSE SPECIFIED. 210. SH,;LL C OMPLY ',' ,'ITH FEDE11 A L (IS FOLLOWS: CREO S OTE, SPECIFIC, \ TIO N TI-W-561. CO ';L Tr.R S;;TUF; '-,TED F[LT 9 ,Jo. HH-F-201. CO;\L Tt. R PITCH 9 TYPE l, SPEC I F I C ; T I R-P-38 I. 21 I. RE I--THE ;:;E I C [ ,'T '.JT r, T ,", % L E S? D S :. PIPES 9 ETC' 9 SH,:,J_L BE PLAI\! COTH; "! F,',[Ji; IC V.'ITHOUT :, :,JI) VEIGHING ;',T LEAST 4-OU"JCES PEF; S I )L:, \ E Y:,:;D ; ',\;D I J !OVE"J 22 THREADS PEfl I,JCH BO TH 212. 10 C OMPLI,\', jCE WITH IT IS SUGGESTED TH,\T THE FELT ; :'>40 PITCH FOR THIS '" ORK BE SHlfJPED FilOi';: THE 2 13. PITCH SH:,LL BE HE,';TED TO FLOUt FREELY (BUT ;JOT ABOVE J?5 DCGREES F.) ,;\4D MOPPED O'\) IN UNIFOR, d CO,\TS OF ,\T LE,',8T 3 0 POU:-.JDS EACH 100 FEET OF SURFACE. FELT AND FABRIC SH,\LL BE COMPLETELY MR -33

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ST. FL;'\.? P.O. /,m CU. H. BEDDED PiTCH ALL UNDERLYING ETC.) BEnEMOVED. THE FELt LAID REGULAR COUnSES VITH JOINTS THE IN COU,1SES LEAST THE WIDTH OF THE FELT. THE CDUnSE OF FELT SHALL BE WITH A OF P ITCH. 214. THE BE CONTINUOUS THROUGH WALLS, FLOORS, PIERS g E TC., SH AL L BE APPLIED IN ONE UNLESS OTHERWISE FeR SPECIAL FLOOR AND WALL SEE DETAILS. 2 15'. THE BASCME'H \,'(li,K ;l:JD \::'i\TEhPf100F I NG SH;\LL BE PLACED IN TH[ FOLLO'..' I "Jf:; Of;:X[i: (I) 5 i\JCH FLOOr: SLAB:; (2) 1 I GROU T I A\JJ ') i'l'( M,J,IJnA \)e: \;,,\ TERPROOF I I D I TO SPEC I FICA T I Fon S/\:viE :dJ [X T['H) I .JG THROUGH U:'WEfi CO'>ICRE TE Wi\LL, (3) 4-1/4 ME T A L F/\Bi-iIC REI :,FonCED PROTECTION SL,\B, (4) CO', '4CRETE n{,SEi'.,IE\iT V ; LLS, (5') fi,lEf/lBRANE t"MADE CONTINUOUS FLOR ( 0) 5 BRICi( t\Gi;INGT [J,\CK FILL DESCRII:3ED PARAGR :, PH 215 FOLLOlJI '
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ST. i,UGU STlf,![, P.O. ",[\10 CU.h. 22j U':U:SS OT11[;(i!ISC: 8f-'ECIFICD Oil DEFI\)ITELY SHO\;'\) ,jY THE DET.;ll,S :,\!D OF G IVE\! 0 \1 TH:: ,:,,1 E 0 ',) THe u:::r:: C F 3T:,'ID",W SIZE 8 ICi: ,IS ES T ;,:J LISHEiJ Y Slivi" I / 1 ") '" /4 r,P L IFI ED I',:,',CTI CE::;, T u 1 ,.' ITi /4 8Y .)-j/ UY (_: 224 CO: v i:, ) O") GiilCK TH :.T ,ICCEPT,;fiLE FOc, ( U,',LITY BUT Tli:.T DO COM::: THE LI,JIT,ITI:)'lS FO;i SIZE I:) O""E !\,iOR[ DliviE: !S I 0 \:S Ivi;' Y D,': useD f',;OV IDED TilE ASSUMES FO: ;;, ,',lL ..":1Y ':'DJUST ,''1i E H S TH E: t'iO;:-iK (IFFECTED Y SUCH CH ;,'!GE T O nil: OF THE P;iocu,IEr:i E.;y DIVISIU J PU:3L I c ',"JO;t K S BrU'd'lCH. 225. CL;;Y SH /,LE TH i T ,;'-;E REGUL;\fiLY ':,\!D SOLD ,;5 P;.VI jG BR ICK C U T i"H ICH COI..1PLY ','1 1TH TH e: REQUlnE''1E'HG O F THIS SPECIFIC:.. ,'!ILL 13E i\CCEPT,\BLE ,\8 COMkiO\) B'iICK. 225 S iJJD-Llr\ : l E LlR ICK SH(,LL COiliPLY \ '.'ITIi FCDE;1;-.L I I (' .".J. FOi1 3,; "!il-LIM BRICK, vL ;,SJ I,: ,\\lD l::ETT E:; ( ) S ,\ :JD -L I E B R IC K M,', Y f3 c: SUB S TITUTE D .IT THE 0 P T I 0 F TIiE co"r:l,".CT C; : F G n i,LL CLt,Y COI,IMO!" B :-;ICI< t )Y THE I227 :JR ICK SH!,Ll, COMP LY \' ITH I ,I /!, r-. \0 0 0-::;-1,)03 Fo ri l,LriSS I;,: {,'.JD SE TT En. (A). BE SUDSTITUTED AT TH E O F THE CO'JFi ,C T08 Fon {I LL CL,'.Y B!1 I CK i:;E I E'JY THE Fon B,\Cf\-UP ':!O RK Exn::;IIOi': \U,LLS "', l30VE Tilt: F I F;S T FLOOI ; LEVEL, .... ')')(\ L'-U S,',Ll u R'ICK SH ,',L L I3E 1 1 ;, ; m ST:1:, I (,HT T ; 1UE WITH FUU_ s CLE,\"i-CUT COf1 ",E;1S ,; 'JD [DG tS r ITH FI \! ISHED F,;CES I";;EE F;;Oi,l CHIPPI"JG oro: C;iAZi"JG. THe SI)J:F -,CES TH;,T '",ILL B[ EXF'OSED \!HE'I THE Ofl ICI< (,ii:: L(. ID I"J PL,'.CE SI-ltd,L H:"V E THE CO LOi;S ,:,'JD 1"1':1311 THE PROCESS OF i3UI"l\)I'J( C Y SALT O i l O THE, : ;.GE'Hi3 I:no THt: FI;;E. IHE COLons FU i 1 N I 3HEJ) iJ E OUTSIDE THE JY THE G E WELL D 15THHUUGIlOUT THE FI"JISH "::D v'!orn<. ::::2'). THE D;: ICi< MAY O E [ITHEi: S OLID ;. T T H E OPTIO'j O F THE co',nfl;,cmn. THE 'JET SECTI O" );.L t,::E:. O F CORED JI"l ICK SH/\I_ L LESS TH;', I '15 DU; CE'n OF THE GROSS SECTIO'J,"L THE lJRICK SH,',LL DE ST,',:<;D,:'; : 0 3R ICK S IZES ,', 5 SPECIFIED FOil SMOO TH F:,CE U!1LE SS OHIr:iW ISE SF'ECIFit=:D 0,: l'm I CA TED O\J THE DR,\L' I\IGSo \'/:-1[::',E DOUOLEU:JlTS Ii,;::: TH: EXPOS,-,D F i,CE SH,;LL 3 E ,\PP; :O;-: li ,l,; TELY 5 C Y d I\)CHES \ 'JHEi [ COVEn on MO LDED U;,:ITS ;,il E 1\!DIC,\TED 9 THEY SH;,LL OF. FUrn iSHED ,\',0 SH,' ,LL I ';C LUDE THE ;...1 1 /\r'JD ;-;ETUr"F'JS. ;2j).,'JHE \ (,flE n E .: UI'iED FO il [':' ,ISE, E TC., TH;,T C{,'nOT DE THE O F THE JRICK, SLIPS DE USED ,JU T TH E GLAZE Sil,'ILL COVE;: Tiif,: SL I ? \" JD SH/.LL P ,;C.DUC [D I '-J I ;'S SPEC I F I ED ,:,SQVE. ( ) s ,., (""'> .. I --". r- 'rl C .. "' ,.-,' I '""l"'",\. "L T ,,,L ,, l.[D L,,, Or ; 1'1, 0 ", C"I-".k : CULO" \ TO ot. SELECTED) SfL"LL DC USEI:' FO;; EXr-U,IOR F/,CI"jG l H r,I,',ILl:!G F'L,HFO;1Ivl WHU, E CnlCK IS A'-!D FOn 1''aEfi I Or-; F';,CI'!G 1-'; V[STI l3U LE 23 1. STRUCTUR,',L TILE P,\iHITI O"J S /\"!D F'Uiir. I\JG SHALL COMPLY V ITH FEDEIlAL f',)c: 5'JI:\ (SS-T-3:il) CL(,SS S D E TTE r;, UNLESS O TH E,W! IS:: Si'ECIFIEf]. -35:.:

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ST. FL/,., P.O. l"I'm CU.H. 232 Tlu,:: '311,\'-L S[ OF ST,\'ID,\ ,J) DII':IE\JSIO\JS SH:,LL I:,JCLUDE :, : H ST)CK SPC::CIALS TO ]O\!D THEiviSClVES ,"\JD VilTH \'''0::1<. TO iJ C PLfISTU:ED Srl:'L.L DE sconED. 3 H,\Ll OivlITTl::D THE F:,CES OF TILE TH:,T V.'ILL 0::: 1\) THE 1:.'Oiir(. TErm!, COTr;1 FL:,SHI\IG : LOCI1E"JSIONS or OUTE:fl WALLS NOR IN THE OF LINES OF ViAlLS OR A ;JD ALL V,'OFil< SHALL B E PROPEI1LY ADJUSTED TO OTHER Vl;Rlt,TI C \!S DUE TO THE USC OF SUCH 240 SH/,LL 'JOT i3E L A ID I"J F!IEEZI\JG IfiEflTH[R UNLESS SI { I H.BLt: A;';[ USED TO HE,!>'T T H E ; MITE C \ I !ILSOR TO PHOT[CT THE V Wfli < FROiv1 COL D OR 'lOTH "JECESSARY, THAT THE SHALL PROPEHLY ,'ITHOUT FflEEZI 'JG ,\\JD THAT '10 D,\ivl t,GE nmM FROST SI1:,LI_ OCCUR. No A'lJrl-FflEEZI'lJG SHALL BE MIX[D THE MORTAR. 241. SALT GL.:'ZED fmlCK SH;l,LL D C L:,I)) I ''oj dO''ojD \':'1 Til dOI'HS :.JOT M OF:E 1/4: I NeH I t IDC. \,iHEr)E EXTeRIOR 3f=:ICK SILLS ,P,E I'JDIC,',TED" THE fH':ICf( SH,\LL BE L,c,I D 0\1 EDGE \;11TH VJ;,Sfi ii : m DRIP i,LL JCI'HS Sh;\LL B E rlLLED SOLID WITH THE WASH OF SILLS SHALL BE Si\Jl00HI. 243. LAYH'JG BR1CK,--U"JLESS OTHERWISE Dlri[CTED? ORICK SHALL BE DRENCHED WITH ALLOWED TO SHALL DE DAMP \ '.'HUJ L,\lD. E,\CH EJRICI< S!I,\LL BE SHOVED !',HO /IF,ULL ;,iORT/,R f 3ED A 'JD ,\LL Mn -36

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ST. AUGUSTr f'JE, P.O. ClJ.:1. SHAll BE VOIDS. 8f1ICI, L,\ID Ofi VnTERF'ROO FI"JG? THE JOI:ns \IEXT TO SMilE SHAll BE SLUSHED OR GROUT E D ;,8 E ACH COUr.SE: IS L,;JD. 2 Li4. EVERY SIXTH C O URSE THE HE I,GHT OF C OMMO\J 3RICI< ;'!OR:< SHAll BE r \ FUll-BR!CI( COURSE THRUUGH THE OR TO THE FACING. JOI\JTS TH:.T r : ILl BE CO \JCE/\lED I''-J THE \'!ORI< SHALL BE CU T OFF Fl.USH. 245. i'IHICH ;; ,iLC TO f![ idl\DE I:! EXISTI\JG /v1;;SO\lRY \JORK SH,\ll BE MADE THE FULL TR UE OF FUll BRICK INTO THE OLD WORK. (A) EXISTI \I G \ml'; K \ ',tHICH (;HE T O BE CLOSED SH/\ll Ht,VE THE F IllER BRICK l'iTO THe OLD l\T TI1E pr. \l[lS \ :.JD \ i E DGED TIGHTLY ,;T THE HEr,D. 246. BRICK I'!OF(K SHr,ll BE TRUE ,:, W C OURSES lEVEL. All WORK RE QUiRED SHAll DE BUILT THE PROGRESSES. BRICK MASON R Y SH ALl. B E BONDED OR ANCHORED TO CRETE OR 247. SUITABLE RECESSES BE PROVIDED FOR BUilT CABINETS, BOXES, ETC. SIZE lOCATIO\J OF nEC[SSES NOT INDICATED SHAll BE AS BY THE EQlJIPMENT. 240. Rt::GlETS FO R 1%5 SH i,ll BE FonMED BY I OUT THE F{,CE JOliH ITS FUl.L \,,IIDTH TO f, DL::PTH OF 1-1/2 OR BY I : ..\ 1-1/2 INCH snnp VHICH SH/,ll BE REMOVED AFTEH THE SeT. 249. C:-1,\SES FOR f'IP[S, ETC., S HAll 8 : PLUMB t : m S MOOTH 0 :'1 THE \,' ITH OFFSC::TS FO : :k',ED WHEi,E CH i,SES SHAll DE KEPT FREE OF BE OUT COM .THERE SHALL BE AT lEAST b OF CHASES :, :10 THE JALWS OF OPENI'JG5. 250 SEDI TI LE .--S nuc rURAL TILE SHi, L l BE SET Plur"i8 TRUE TO li N E BOND AND TO OTHER CON\JECTING Tilt:: SHALL BE S E T FULL DEDG or AND All JOI\JTS 'lllED. FACE JOINTS OF V.'OR K TH:,T WI l B E BY FI :.JISH SHAll B E STRUCK. 251 ETC., SHAll THE 3TRUCT[m:,l Sl,; iJ S' FOOTI : '-JGS. Tf J EY SH i,ll 8e: C.CH COUFiSE ;,T COIT.JEi1S A'm 'I'JD vc,nlC.;l J O I:ns SHf\Ll DE S,{OI ( EN :;T lE':'ST 3 TILE lJE,\M SuFF ITS, Floon SlA D S SH ,',ll J [ TICH T r,:m JOI \lT FillED \l ITH jloJQ RT :,R. F \ ;rnITI Y\!S FUl\i-: I \ J G c'i: :,\l.L E):TE'm ;,T lE/,ST 2 I\DOVE nI[ CElll:'JG lFVEl OF SUSP E:mED iT IS NOT THE I 'lTE'HIO:\) THAT TI lE .onK S HrilL EXTE-:O ,'. S O VE' THE lATH nU.,T CC):\T,\CTS THE B OTTOivj OF JOIST 25 2 P!,:nITloJS TH;,T ABUT U'\)r U,m E D \'!; ,lLS BE on O;.JCE FOUR FEET 1:'4 HEIGHT. DOUBLE PMHITIO:.JS OF TilE TH/, J 4 !7'JCI4ES TfllCK SH,\ll H,\VE t. THROUGH BLOCK EVEin 10 s q UM:E FEET OF ,\REA. PIPE SPACES SH:.,ll BE GUilT flr-TE G THE PIPES ,'Ii 1 E 1"1 PLACE ,\"JD TESTED T ) THE S(,TISF ;, C T I 0 \J 0 F T H [ Co N S T IiU C T ION EG I E E i1. MR -37

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ST. !,JGUSTl i;E I FUI. I P .O. M ,[) Cll H 2 5 3 SUIT,i SLE S H,\LL 3E P" OVID ED FOii JUILT 1\1 ;',: ,Dlii TOI1S J U\' CTIO:--J BOXES 9 ETC. T H E SIZE A\I D L O C ; ,TIO :'J O F :;ECESSES OE AS RE QUI R ED 8Y T H E DORK i EQUI;\ED SH;,LL D E GUILT 1\1 : S THE \'O;; K PfiOGiiESSES, 254. F ii EE FU;-1nI G M O:1E TH,','J n m Fno:v1 THE O;;CKING i,'m >'1-I \: C H E S 0;\ LESS TH I D E OL OCI( ED FULL HE I G HT WIH! TILE : .PP';;OX I :M, TEL Y.3 FEET 6 CE'ne::; ( O F O L O CIJCE,iLED fii\Dli'.T O'iS. 2 5 5 TILE Fu,ml', iG ,-,(,,\ I \ !8T S H ; ;LL b E M JCHORED T H E ETO I :.'ITH TIES C F \',I li' ; [ ( ) ; ; U S H ,\ P ED \,.' 1;;[ SI'/ I CED ,,DOUT 2 FEET ;\P(\iH J O I\JTS O F T H E TILE. No TIES OR ANCHOI1S SHALL DE USED T H;;O U G H MET,\ LLIC 011 P L:.ST IC 2 56. THE W \ LLS II 'JD ,H O F O LD CUIL.DI:-.J G SHilLL 3f: 8F'. irmEG UL ,,\R COQUI"JA ilOC f ( L {,ID I N DEep S O ;,8 TO Give T H E O F A 01' ; '( LAID V!l.LL. THE W:ILL COPI:JG S S H r L.L JE O F THE S /;M E i v l A TEf11 A L A S THE THE A'-J D CA,) A T T O P OF ; LL POSTS SJ-L',LL DC: O F A; 1CHITECTUii!\L CP,ST STO'JE. SeE flloso G-I, G-lto, 0 -101 A'\ID 0-20 19 FOi l DET.\IL S OF 257. S11101< E FLUES THrlr ;; ; ; E 1 8 I'JCHL::S '; :40 LESS I'! I "JSIDE SHALL fl. ".V E TIL : FL U E L :,i-'lGEi1 FLUES SH,;LL D E LINED VITH EITHER TILE 0;1 Fli:E ,, ; i ICI < TILE LI 'JI\JS SHALL E XTE''JD n,OM I FOO T DELO\, THE I ;JLET TO 2 INCHES : JO VE THE T(iP O F THE FLUE. FIr; E DnlCK LI'JI ''JG SH!',LL ST: R T ,,,T LE:.S T I F O O T caOi!.' TH::: I :'JLET EXTE\iD T O \ LEV E L 1 5 FEET S ,Vviq THE L 1 > 1 1 :\lG THE FII, E 13i 1 ICK TO D E CLA SS H C O,iii "iU'-J u r'; I CI<. Bi1 1C i< SH,', LL JE I \ JCL UDED IN T H E THIC K>!l::SS O F THE WALL ti S SHo',n 253. TILE FLU E L I I f\!G SH/-IL L D E SO L.:'-JD H Ai1D CU:, ',\lED, U\m:,RPED AND F,1CE C i' U l,GKS A:m SP:\LLS. LI:\lI\JG SHt.LL H,'W[ I"ILET OPE:'JI:-.JGS OF THE P :10P E F SI Z E FOilMED BEO FE 0 ;1 TH: SECTI C) :-.J SHriLL D E O F OR ICK I\JLETS SH ALL B E FITTED TEnnA-CO TT A THIMJLES U NLESS OTHCW.IISE S PECI FIED. SHALL 8 E S E T STRA I GHT PLUlv iO A:m T H CL O SE., SMOO TH J O IN T S I"J CL ,'\S ; 6 M<);; r:,i:. (r\) CIi IM"JE Y P OTS \mEI1E SHOW'-J SH,:.LL J E OF :JATUiH,L CL,'.Y1"[LE VITiilFIED 0\1 ALL S U RFAC ES AND O F STOCI< DESIGN. 259 FI RE BRiCK SH ALL COI : IPLY Vt' ITH FE DERAL HH-8 -c,71 C u ss [1,1 -73 FI H E CLAY F O R rvlORP.R SHALL CO'JFORr / i TO F EDERAL No ;-lH-C_L'1-) I ? CL A S Co Bii lCK S HALL I3 E UilD BY DI PPI:JG E,'ICH f3R ICK \ S OFT t'jiI XTUc,L O F FIRE C L h Y V,I A TER THEN TH E BRICK (\ITO BR I C K S H ALL BE REGULAR B O"JD A"JD THE F A CE 260. SIDE FLUES.--THE TWO SIDE F L U ES OF THE STACK 1 '. / WEST \ 'ALL O F THE 3UILDI\ J G AT THE SQUTIlV![ST COI 1':E R SH/.;LL B E LI"JED WITH TERRil C O TT A TILE, 26 1. THE F I RE 8,i ICf< LI I \lG F O R Tf-'E FIRST !,'JD seCO ND FLOOR F I REPl/\CED ''
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ST. P.O, AND CU.H. (A) THESE FIRE SHALL CUT FLUES OF OLD BY OF FLUE TILE AT POINTS CY THE ':::'0 ,. P,Wl iJG 3RIC! < FOR P,;VI"iG AT GOlLER SHALL BE EITHEn VITRIFIED CO:,:liv'lO ..! S!':ICK St::LEGTED F O E OF Slj,\PE SIZ[, 0:1 \'IFIE CUT P;\ 'i I',JG 13HICI(, 2-1/2 BY Ii 1\) COMPLYI\JG THE QRICK SHALL DE LAID EDGE DRY l vll Of' I P Mn C[:v'l E'lT Foun PAins spnE,;D 1/2 I'JCH THICK, Tl-IE"J HI,lPED TO., iJE",HI"JC :,'W LEVEl. SUFIF,'I CE :,, 'JD GF(ClUTED WITH I TO 2 CUviE'JT SAND ,\LL THE JOINTS ;iRC: FILL,ED. THE SURrACE SH I\LL BE: WIPED CLEAN ,",\JD THE JOI:ns FI"JISHED 2<3 : :). A : C H 0 H S T I T C --T I r: SF: ) R B r-i I C 1< A j J!) TILE \ 1 0 R K SHALL BE O F I I IRE OR !,;ETAL S O LOOPED O R COI\RUGATED AS TO FO R I,i !:" S:.: CUR [ GO N DAN D S H { L L Sc Z I C -C 0 A T [0 D i j I R [ S HAL L DE A T L E \ S T ; 1o I I G AUG E (. I 2 Ii: C H) A N D SHE E T i : r::: TAL S H p, L L B [ {, J 7/8 ( IJCH VIIRE /, ; I D LIGHTER THMJ22 U .:::. STI\NDARD GAUGE. OF U (RE NETTING STRIPS AT L E AST INCHES LON G O F l iICH I ,.' ES H I Jo. IG G{,UGE '::l n E F{,ORIC. TI [ S SH,\LL /,T I_ C /. S T 4: li'lCHE S lino i.l,\SO r:RY (. llp TO I I-NC,H OF TH;': FACe:: OF THe: rlNCHOn{,GE TO CO i lCI:CTE : : l,CKI;;C IS SPECIFIED IlCO[J CijETE ,',i l D .. ORIK." I,, ,.. P I'r, 120.)u:: TO T [ f C.? i ; :'["j ;, GR,'; PH3 I / TO I:-JCLUSIVE AND 148, OF CO\!CRETE :\\JD CEi'liENT 'NORK. (B) SHALL BE OF OR STEEL NOT LIGHTER THAN 1/1.1, 8 ( 1-1/1, I JCH:::S ',:'1 TI1 TUR"JED 2 I : ';CHES. SH ,",LL DE OF PROPi::fI LENGTH FOR THEIR SHALL EXTE:-J DI'no BI-1ICK 'i'O,;K i\ \ E) I 'no' HOLLO\! TILE. SH:,LL BE TED \" I TH ,\SPHAL TUiv; RED LE,;,D OFi SH:.LL BE ZI "JC-COi\TE D CROL:Ti hlG AND OF V IOOD SHl\lL B E B MORT AR. SILLS OF M[T A L BE G ROUTED SOLI] A L l THE B,\CKS OF .J:;lv183 :\ND IIEADS SHrill, ; ] E FILLED WIT:j CLr,ss B IvlORT:, R FI_USH .'ITH THE I\JSIDE EDGE. 265. OUTSIDE JOINTS AT THE OF EXTERIOR DOOR \ INDOW FR,;M'ES C 30TH V,IOOD r ; ND I viET:,L) SH:,lI, BE CL.E;'\! ED OUT TO :; U\JII=-OR i i DEPr:1 O F ,\1 LEi\ST 2/3 I:-JCH FILLED SOLID r!/Hi [U\STIC COrvlPOU'.jD I 'HO PUCE I TH ;, GU \j U:'I)DER C,\ULI< I 'lJG SH :,LL I>JCLUDE THE JOI'JTS :.T THE ['ms OF ,\'I)D St;J. IU,n FEATU RES 0F DOOR OR 260. POI'HI "'G COI.,\Pou:m SH",LL B E LICHT COLO H EL:,ST.IC :,'m \"J.HE:-W;,O OF. IT SH,'ILL 'JOT ST'\''': tvlAHBli: 0'1 TEtiR ;" COTT,; 'lJ C R COPPER. IT 'JOT BE BY LON G TO EXH'{Er..'rES O F OUTSIDE TEMPER!;TUFlES. IT SH.'.LL Gi1,\DU! ,LLY FOFItJI : TOUGH 0 ) E X POS E D SUT THE: SURF;ICE IT SH,\LL PL:,STIC IT SH,',L.L !3E TO THE PROPEfl AT THE FACTOny BE USED A S COi\ lPLETlO',! OF THE w a r ; ; ,\LL EXPOSED \ ',1 HE"J FI \!ISH[D SH,'.U, D E DO l ;.' '''!,; CXC f:: S S Morn/,ll UORT,:,R E TC. Ir" :,CID is IT \ :OT TH: ; \ ) ,-, \() PER CE:n OF MU,:IATIC h(ID9 [,' m ..:'LL \,',Ir,J r::< \.'ITH THE SHICK SH, \ LL BE CA ::I E.FULLY ,1),')0 "D[ : U{,TCL Y ;';;O T=:C1::D ':;G,:("JST CO'HACT ':: I T H T i i c: i, C I D So L UTI MR -39

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ST. FU. PoO. Ai'JD CU,H. 260. Bf-1IC!< FILL rGR OLD V'JALL3.--(, LL BR ICK FILL I \J OLD \U,LL p,noU'JD 1)00[\ 3, ',' I "L.)C' VJS; [TC. 9 SHf,LL CE OF COlvH!IO:-J BflICf'. SEE I : r"' 3 0-4 A 10(\ (' 10' 0 10" r.: r)o( ) ,' -'OI'JUS o ll-,-'.... .:.. : 9 v;-? lil-I):,J "...i-'9 01 -Vl-.::.. G-201 DETAIL O F 269. PROTECTI Of) !.'1!-LL.--THE \'.'A L!. Fon THl:: 0'1 EXTE810rl B : S[r,1ENT I!:,LL SH;';Ll SIC CO:';iivION BF:ICK l,'dD TO DETAILS B/l,Sr:::,IE"lT Diir,c', I ,.JG S. STON E '{,IORK 270. G E i\IERr'lL.--THE ':lORK "S TO \JE" i,S USED HE:" I :": ::>H{llL ,';PPlY TO :,ll EXTERIOR AND C AS T STONE I"lTERI O R A S M {;Y BE "lOTED TIlE DR:i,il\JGS OR 'U, i vlED, I:, THIS 271 STO :'J E SH;',LL BE SO P ilED ;',' JD :I/,\) DLED (" T tILL TI;"'IES /l,S TO Pi:OTECT IT Fi,O M THE Oi, HIDI'IG OF j)EFECTS SHr,ll \JOT BE PE m"I ITTED. M',y STO \J E CHIPPED THE F ;\ CE SH,\LL BE nEDnESSED' Of '; C,LE,;\lED TO ilEivlOVE ,\LL OF SUCH D L FECTS BEFO:iE I TIS SET E I : STONE SHt,LL BE FU,;\JISHED. rJo STO'JE SH/,Ll BE m : -DilESSED T O LESS' THE U:-JDER THE CO'HR:;CT. 272 KI [ ,DS 01::-STm,:E .--THE OF 0,; OTHE n 0 \) T H E Dr;,WJi'!GS on I', THE SPECIFIC,'(TIO\J I S FO,; THE O F THE T P[ Tfi,;r IS BU T IS \)O T : :HE'\)DE D T O EXCLUDE ,'\'H OR (jTHER STO'a:s, ',' HICH 9 I\J THE OF Til E ? ;;OCU flEMcn Pl) 8LIC (,f':E SO '-J!,:; ,I,LY '-.I KE THOSE SCHEDULED THE Oil \j ,:,i'vlCD T i lE SP ECIFIC /, TIO \ ) TH:" T Tf IEY WILL G IVE THE EFFECT. 273. GR / ,f\!I TE.--E x TE,;lo n STEPS ;, : '!D L/\"nJl'JGS For: DOO;1 OP[\J!::cs Nos. 1/1 1/20 "HO L OB BY SH,: ,LL D::O G':;,:-.JITE, LIGHT PI'II, I', /J, D S T 0 i'! E274. STOr,iE.--Exrc:;i\ or; CUT Til Ii;! (iT r.!:, LLS O F VE:nI3ULt: ,\1 D OOi', I/:DSH,'o,LL B E llivlESro:jE9 \ 'IIIE O f 1 I',! TEX TU; '\l:: AND O F DISTI' JCTIVE SHELL F OSSIL ,;\!D SH/\lL !L'"VE THE CH i\,{ ;,C T[,; I S T1CS O F THE KEY 275. STOr '!E.-_THE STO'l l::: SH, \ ll BE lli,l EGTO Jt::, LiGHT CUF' F 1" 1 CO LO il> OF FI "lf.:: In I FOf1rA SELECTED r';-;E E HOLES SI; IIL;,;; IMPE,"WECTIO:'!3 ,\'m OF /, Hr,;-,jJ"!C::SS SU1T.-,OLE FO:'; C/\;;VI:JG. SIZr::, L ETT E;;i:-JG \ 'H) L OC ;,TI O\J SEE G-20U. ')7:0 pI ")O"\ \ G''''\ i' \ LLC:' I U r 8 '-\I rI "F( .1,,\ ,'II.. c. FOI' 1\ [ -'l V L:. 'J_ r\ v ilL /.; 1\ \ )E'' C OQlJl 'l' TH E Ty ,') E r-OU'JD O:! fSL,','jj)9 F LO,;IDt,o COQlJl"L' :iO C i ( 13 ; ,:'! U:-JO F SHELLS SEf.:: u : mc. ; HOL LO\,' TilE I ;JOi1I<> ETC. II 27'1 LOB JY ST/\lf:S Sf,,\LL BE LI :,'i ESTC;' !E, llCH T iJUFF COLon ;:m OF U \JIFO:;!v ; TEXTu n E ,','W S:-i(,lL lJ[ :;::l[C TED FilEE F I:OM ? ITS HOLES on IT B E ESPECI ALLY c:.(u. C/,ST STC)i'.iE. --; ,'i" TE,: I /,'-. :; I W I C '\, L i..l J T ill:: D:J,..' I S ,',S C,', S T .-...... I "",... C" r r"' ISHilLL CO,:'li )LY '!'I T H r-EDE,;t;l, ;JPF.:C I iOI C,',TlO: : c ,\.:m M(,Y [ E I TYPE I 0:; TYPE I I \ 4 n -40

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ST. /,UGUSTl i JE; P.O. CU.H. (A) STONE SHALL THE COLOR O F THE STUCCO SPECIFIED, UNLESS ON TliE THE USE OF COlon PIGMENTS AVOIDED pnACTICABlE. (WHEN USED) SHAll BE OX IDES NOT EXCEED 2 PEn CENT 3Y OF THE POflTlAND USED THE POnTION OF THE THE USE OF SUflFACE COMPOUNDS IS HIGITED. 279. QU/,LITY.---STOJE SH(,ll 8E SOU;,JD FilEE Fno:.1 S;,P, SE,;MS /,:JD i'.iINE;1[,l ST/,I'-IS SHr,ll ElE OF :, C:UA lITY, COLOil TCXTUi',E V!lT:{I','J THE ii;;r'JGE SPECIFIED ,\\!D nEPI1ESCNTCD B Y THE APP,IOVED S ;,["if'lES. N,',Tunr, l I'" COLO;; O F THE If,E;il ;, l HI,',T DO THE OPI:JIO\) U F THE r!IOCU ;:U::M E''4T DI VIS I O"' PU L: LlC ,:JO:;:! THE SAi ilE Pl,;"IE SHAll iJE FlUSH ;\1 TIl E JOI "H G. ARRISES SHAll BE SHARP? TR U E CO \l TI\lUOUS A T THE JOI\lTS. B EDS AND JOI:HS SHAll BE ;>, T niGHT ,'\NGlESTO THE FI\CE O F THE 2(,),30<::' EDS AND JO OF I E SH,\ LL, B[ CUT FUll SQUAnE FO R;\ DISTA"lCE OF TWO BACK THE F i, CE9 Ff'10:,1 VJHICH POI \!T THEY [,l AY FAllOFF :W T TO EXCEED 1 1:,112 I'lJCHES A:m SHAll BE FRE E FROI,j, l,\RGE CUPPI:,IGS Oil BEDS ,',', m JOINTS OF OTHER STO\)[ SHAll B[ FUll AND TGU E OV E R THEiR [NTIR[ AREA. SIH,Ll "JOT VM1Y i10RE THA:.J 1 I FRO M VERT I C,"l. 283. STR,\TIFIED STONE ;:.iI'i ICH EXPERI["JC[ Hi,S SHOI">! TO V.lEA TH EF: BETTER rHE'J SO PlACED 9 SHAll BE SET O'J ITS BED STR A TA HOR I ZO'JT,\l. 28"1,. STO :J ES RESTI O:J V,'OfH, SH ri ll HAVE BEDS SHAPED TO FIT T i l E COi\'i I:-.JG I"J CO'n,\CT V;lJTH STfWCTUR:,l STEEL OR FIREPROOFI'!G SH:,ll BE: G,', CKCHECi([D ;,S [jU T SUCH CHECKI')G SH;,ll OR B[;.;R I ,'4G cr,p /,c l TV OF THE S TO "lE 2 ,..' T0). HE FOllO;' I RE, U IIIEM['\lTS Sll:,ll GOVE ,\! UNLESS ElE S HO (A) JOI'IJTS SHAl.l BE PLUM B LEVEL CC 1/4 1>! Cf l '(/I DE. I 'JO Bro"IE SH:,ll H:,VC U::SS OElJ (13) STO\)[ \'IORK ;,T GR,\DE SH.,Ll Exn:-..: ) u '-.[,\8T I BELOW Gr.:,DE. REVE:,lS OF OPE'\)I''4GS SIL'r Ll, BE I!l : HCU T vc r.nIC/,l RETUR"IS BHf,ll I3E CUT SOLID h'IT HOU T {, JOI'; T ;, T THl:: SH r,l l 8E DONDED I '.)TO T HE \:';,ll I\! ;\ l CO L' r,scs (c) 3TO"![ n,:, T IS TO BE 8,', CI
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ST. AUGUSTI ;.,:E5 FLA. P. O AND CLi. :-1 OR LUGS DE CUT TO FORM LEVEL B EDS FOR SUCH SILLS SH(,LL H,\VE R,'.ISED FII,.LETS (.T THE BACK. STO\JES TH,n PROJ E C T TiiE I:',',C[ OF TilE BC:LO".' SH,',LL H,WE DR I PS U\!DER HI::: OU TER E DGE 28'7 .[JOUUj l SU8JECT TO PRESSURE SH,',LL H;,VE CU T THE UPPER T O R ECE IVE THE WEIGHT OF THE YORK ,\ BOVE ; T:j::: ,Wn:R C DGE CiF THE SE:.T T O GE KEPT Br.CK A 6UFFICIE:n DIST;,:-JCE TO PROr:CT THE: OU TER [DGE O F THE STD'lE. 8"2jj. HOLES S I SIl!,LL B E CUT F O R :, LL CR ,\MPS 5 Do'," as, ETC., L!:: IS HOLES SH,',LL t:i E CUT \ LL STO JES VlEI GH-;,iiORE TH,',',II 1 00 LB Sq E XCi:f: T T:i:.T LEI.' j ,IS HOLES SH,';LL 'WT 8[ CUT 1:11 TOP 2 I\JCHES TO EXPOSED REGLETS 51 ;,LL 0[. CUT \:'! E P E :,::0 1'4 I" ITH DET.',IL JT'>R' \., I "G {\j G 500 :'1:1 I /\,' ,'.: "'0 r (l-Ci,RVI,.\ J G SH:,LL B E DO','I<=: 1"1 ;, CORRECT ,',"olD ARTISTIC i.1;,TIIER "\JD SII/LL REPORDUCE THE SPIRIT I'HE'H OF THE r.'IODE LS DET t-. ILS LETTtRS, ETC' 5 SHALL B E CUT TO PE2FECT \"11TH I 'JC ISED FOR I NSCfi I P TI O:-! o >! COR:ER S EE DET;,I L 0;,,) UR.'. WI'JG ( i O 8 -200, 290. COPI NGS O F P,\R,"I)ETS SHi,LL \1,:.V[ CR,\MPS l',j VErnIC;'L JO I:ns. 31 \JK,\GE FOR 3 Y DEHIL, Dn,w l"JG I\Jo. G-5. 29 1. F I\'ll -SH.--CARVED ::'H!,LL BE LEFT ;,S IT COrJiES FROM TH E TOOL. THE FI \!I S H 0:" ) O TH ,:R EXP U SED SURF:,CES SI1;\LL DC:: ;,S Of; FOR ,,,LL GR;,"JITE WORK S:.':, 'ED SH ,\LL BE CLE:\NED !"' ITil B L ;,S T :, T THE rd I L L LI\ ,1E ROCK (FLORID;.. RUBOED (\':ET PROCESS) FOI\ ALL OTHER DE SMOOTHs FREE TOC L 111 :,RK S OR OTI1E8 l i,.1PC:R FECT 10'113. Ll i\\E STONE SH \ LL B E SMOOTHON .... LL EXPOSr::D SU'iFi.CES TO A RU GBED Af"C:-iCRS ETC.--DOVi ELJ SH:"LL 3C 3 :." JD CUT F R O:" 1/2 RED CRt,5 S PIPE OF I RO ''l PIPE SIZES. 30LTS? SE STEEL OR WROUGHT OR DIPPED 0'1 LE:I D P,\I'H (, FTER C:1(,;vl PS SH, \ LL LJE 3Y I \JCH GY 1 0 I'JCHE8 ,', FH: n 3DIDI 'IIG ':J ITti E\J OS 1 I 'HO H il: SI1:,LL JE 1/< Ij'( 1-1/:;. I '!C H E S Vi I TH W(ILL TlJR H::D 1 >!CHEf; .\\)D E'E),') i I,ell I 'no THE STO 'IE'. 0 : \'CI' Q"'IJ LL I=XTE'ljJ...... 8 I"C"E'. '11 VCO "Ir "" r''C i\V I",-: ,. ., Dn ,c_....I IO"" I r'\ .1 ... 1 u-\"'1 : E1 "'E-I) V .'\: '-l n \I u r \ 1"'1 TtC,\GL L CI SEE } I n,',\!.!I;' JG0 l\lcS D G -;'-) O:) 293. B OL.TS SH LL ,; T L[ ,JT I/L2 D!:\MC TE f1 \"ITH SLEEVES, S PEC I :, l. .., C'1O:::3 OF SEE DETf.,IL Di,/,W I'IGS ,\:m 294 Fon 0:1 .-',;1E SPC:C IFIED P'\R ,'.GfUPH 113, 115 144 OF C O\JC:, ::::TE Arm CElvlDJT l iJO:iK 11 295 \JG l\l10,: T,\;; Fon L SH ,\LL U E Cuss J. SETTI:JG ;d O:1T.,,-; W); : T,'" FOR FOil Gf::,'i ITE C,' ,ST SH (\ LL STONC .:iE CLSI I;" LL BE: ,',SS f.. .; CL ;, S3 C o N O T (J10,:E i. H ; 1/5 P ,\ T L I ; ,':.-: P' I T T '( [vHi -42

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ST. AUCUSTI N E P O CU. H 296 POI : H I"I G :,I,On T ;, n FOil S H ;,LL f:l E C O L 1POSED EITHE r< O F Vr) LUivlE O F O "I-S T,\ I \j I P OII TL,'. 'JD CEMENT T':.rO O F S, \ m I'll I TH SUF F ICIE\jT COL D LIME PUTTY TO STIFF O F V O L UME O F CE: 'JiE'H ( O T : I U I"' m FiO O F s,'.:m. 297. SETTl i'.!(;.--ALL S T O \ /E Sli P,Ll_ B E C!.F, '," ED, THE''l 0 11 \'lI T I! CLE: :: v!;, n : ;; JUST BEFone SliTTI'NG E ;\ CI1 STO"lE SH;,LL B E SET LE V EL i,'ID F,U E T O LI "IE I :, FULL G E D O F P L;,ST I C MOH T, \i1 :.-m T ;:\PPED H O i.1E T O (, F ULL' 9 [ VE'L E'-, 'il"lG VE RTI C ,',L JO I : H 3 S H:,LL 8[ FILLED ITH ;.Jo, n :,;-; J O I 'HS S H:,LL J [ U:"IFO:iM /\,m ,: ; ,I J C H DEEr" O : 'l F :, CE FOi : '''(J I :HING. F r C E S O F S I J \ LL f3 E KEi'T OF L ")OH T,, j ';'.-':{"'L'j..) S T O ;"E F \ C I "!G SH'''LL NO T BC !3U I L T UP MOF : E HI" N TV.,II) C OUiiSES TH E H AVING A GRE A T ER D EP TH O F O ED THAN T HE O'JE JELOV,' IT SH,',LL iJE SE'T U:.JTIL THE LOV1Eii C O UrlSE I S B,\CKED U P 2 9 S ) THE G ,-.CK S O F L t ,' b S H(, LL BE P L '-, STERED WH IlE ','!ITH ;,T LE,.,ST 1/2 I >!C H O F Si::TTl i J G 10rn:.F1 \ HI'CH SH :,LL BE :, L L OWED T O 11,,::001 OEro n E THE S TO'.'JE I s ,;:, CK E D U F F(; C I ;,["P L I ED T O PrlEV I OUSL Y t:I:E C TED '." 0 ;11<, SIi,'\LL H"V[ :J0 TH THE U{,CKS O F STO\)!:: ;,\)D F,\ CE O F snW CTU F(,Ii_ \ I O ,\!< P L :;S TC:t::D I TH SE n I 'JO T O ,',SSL.,u1E :, FULL d O I :n. BAC K PL,\STE ;,:I :oJG IS 'oJO T nEQ U I F,ED r O i i e;,ST 3TO\)[. 0 \ E nj V STO>J E Ii! I Tfi U:SS TH;''-! u-INC H Tf L'. T D O ES N O T :, T LUST O'-JE m:: D GO:-.JD ED 8 Y CC:-.JT,; C T '.'1 J H I ; \ O,-i CJl!ilSE TH;,T I H O TH E Vi/,LL SH,'\LL H;,VE .) \ IE ANCHOr< FO:,; 2 FEET O R Fi-1/, CTIO'J THEIiE o r I'J L ENG TH. L : ';i
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ST. AUGUSTINE s FLA. 9 P.O AND CU. H 3 0 8. POI':HI\IG COiliPOU "!D SH,\LL [;E LIGHT C O LOR ED? El(,STIC l\ \JD iT Sli,.',LL "lOT THE STO'JJE CO,'PEii :JE ( ,FFEC TED i:; Y L O"JG E X F'O SU,lE: T O OF OUTS I DE TEiiIP[i1 ;; IT SH(\LL Gi-:;,lJU(,LLY F Orl i vl;; THI\J 9 TCUGH O\J THe.: EXPO SED SUnF;,CES ; GUT THE IT SH,\LL i'l L STIC I'JDEFI>JITELY. IT SH:,L.L J L': rvllXED T:J THE AT THE rr,CTO,1Y SH:,LL DE USCD TO THE M:,NUF;\CTUREi1S' PRI:-.JTED DIf\ECTIONS. 309 BEFORE USI\JG THE COMPOUND 9 ALL CONTACT SURFACES DE CLEA\JED C OA TE D WITH A 2 0 PER CENT SOLUTI O N O F SII_ICATE O F SODA. (A) THE ;') F nEGLETS IS I'oJCLUDED U'JD[11 dS HEET fi.:! ET ,". L 310. CLE/,Nl:'l[;,--;,FTE:n THE O F THE SETTI!'JG, ;,Ll STJ'JE SH(,LL DE \':IITH STIFF FIDEi; SO ;;F' i)O VIDEil DOlLED IN VJ:,TU\9 A\JD THE ST.)'JE RINSED I'nTH CL.Ei\"J wr,TEi : CLE,\\)ING SH, \ LL COill, 'if\JCE ;,T THE T O i l C O >JTI>JUE PROGfiESSIVELY D OWN THE FACE O F THE OU I LD I 311. THE CRUSHES USED IN CLE,\NHJG MAY lJE OF OR Vl:: GETr, DLE O R FI \jE STEEL Will E? ON niE Ht-,"W:!ESS A;om OF WE STO \JE? SH i\LL D E SEl.ECTED FOR THEir; EFFICIE\JCY CLE!; \JI :';G \'JITli THE LEAST P OSSI Dl_E T O THE OF niE ST O'JE. FLUID 0 ;; USED I"J CLEi\NI:.JG SH ,',LL D E FriQ[, 1 Il\JJU i\l OUS ACID O i 1 "l\JY TH."' T I!ILL D,\l vl!,GE THE STCNE SH ,\LL GE SUi3JECT T U ThE ,\,' PROV:,L O F THE P l i OCU,: :EfvlE>JT DIVISION? PULJLIC \'IOilKS 8i1/,NCll. : \ ( : UAiiT S:, i",lj LE OF THIS M ;\ TE Fl I ,\L SHALL DE SUiJrvllTTED FO:: TEST. STRUCTUF\,:,L iv1ET':L ''JORK 31). STEEL SHi\LL COMri'LY I"ITH THE fiE" Ul fi E MC:ns O F SP[CIf 'ie QQ-S-'{2 1 SnWCTUllt,l. STEE L FOii BUILiJl%, CU,SSES "il" \ \) 1) "Cil I T DE FREE Fi \ O I.!l t i ILL SC ;, LE Oi l FL, ,',KE nUST OR RUST P ITTING. 31 r;'11 LL SHOP I : \ )StJECTI ON I'Ll ILL Mr,DE C Y RE P ; 'lE-SE"IL\TIVES 9 SUCH I'oJSi'ECTI O\J IS V',\,'VED J y THE p,' ; OCU:iE :',iE' H PU CLIC 'i,leRKS BH;,"JCH. /,FTEi; THE {;W/d iD _ir TliE THE C O:.JTii:,CTon SH ," LL I \1 FOf,:ii THE PU ;";LlC BR,\i'!CH, ;;8 TO HiE klATERIAL IS TO BE FWLLED 9 AND IT 18 TO BE FAG R ICALD, THE ESTII/i,HED 3 I :5 I 'J C A S E MIL L I \'oJ 8 PEe T ION i S \,1 A I V E D ASSf' E C I FIED THE CO 'JTRACTOR SHALL FUR ''' ISH CERTIFIED SOP1ES OF THE 1'.IILL JI')!\LYSIS SHO v\lT H AT THE TO Si: USED IS TO THE co:nnACT RE (ill I REr v l E\1T S 316. CASTING S SHALL B E O F T O U G t l TRUE TO CLEAN FREE FROM FLArs D EFEC TS. 3 17. SHOP DRAWINGS I"J DETAI.LS O F fILL STRUCTUR/,L l :iL::iv1l3 C:RS; BASt,D O\J n i E CO :HR,\ CT RE(.)UIRE",, 1 E 'HS, SHr,LL B E SUBMiTTED F'O R /, P ? r:;OV; ,L O F n l ::: ARCHITECT. rvl R -44

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ST. AUC,USTlf!E 9 FLA., [J.O. CU.H. 318. Ay !\PPROVED STEEL SH,\PES r:i:;Y USED (miCII WILL 'JOT CH,\:-JGE THE ARCHITECTURAL HAVE MODULI EQUAL n THOSE CAllED FOf'. COlUivl:-.JS SIL\I_ l HAVE': cnoss SCCTIO"J!,L ,\i\E.'.S ,,,-',m R,\DII O F GYRi\TIC\J t:. (")UA l TO THOSE cr.llED FOIi. 319. PU.TES SHt.lL B E FOR t,ll BE AMS Gl i:DERS, TRUSSES ETC. 0".) UNLESS OTHERWISE Pl.\T'::S fj!!;.L l ilE SfLES ;.S GIVEN IN THE STRU C T UR (,l STEEL BOOKS. 320. STEE L LI['rrn,3 8!1 ; ,LL i3E FOR :,Ll SC(U : ,!'iE IIC:,D OF'E\J I:-JGS I'.J \'HU,E O TH::' F 1 L.I"!ELS M1 E ,leT INDIC,HE D DUllT UP SH,llL BOL. T':D RIVETt;) PROVIDE SEP;,R,\TOHS IIHERE I I C,\ TCD. 32 1 LI'.JTELS SH, \ ll Bl:: f'ROVIDED F l)F ..iL L S QU,;r:E HEr,D OF HOllO!} TilE OR CO'JCRE'iE r,;,\SO:-.Jny UNITS. LI 'HElS FOR S I \1 G l E r:.Fn I T I 0 '.J .:; S H ;, L l BE S T E to l C H ;, '-J :J E l S 0 F W f D T H SEQ U ,\ L T0 TIi E OF THE TilE. FOR DO UBLE O F STE::l \ \JGlES OF WIDTH pm DE P TH 'JOT lESS TH, ; :\) THE H I I Cln[SS OF THE TILE. LI :'HELS SH!,Ll H,;V[ GE[,RI !JGS iW T lESS I c,! CHES 'JOR lESS I f -'!C H PErl FOOT OF PriOVIDE S l f'il llM: liNTELS FOI OVE R FEET ) IDE 1'1 G l OCi< P;,R TI TIO '.!S 322. llt--JTElS SH;,ll BE FOR :,ll m'ENI"!GS W/'.lL OF TILE OR LINT[lS FOR "RCliED SII,\ll f3[ 3E'.JT TO THt=: ,\RC fi. LI',nElS SH,"llL EXTE'm TO THt=: F:.C [ Of--TI ,[ Hf'.V[ E Q U, \ l lEGS /, : m :. T lU,S T il.-1 /2 I :JCH BE:.R I 'H:i ,\ T U,CH 3 2 3. :."JD SH:,ll DE 1':1 !flOU T R,\GGED OR EDG ES THE O F THE SH AL L !JO T EXCEE:D TH,"T O F THE OR THE: DI;,METER OF THE DIE EXCEED TH:, T THE BY MORE 1 / 16 THE THICKNESS OF M;"TERI,;L I '.J SH,\ll [XCEED THE NOtv1I'.Jr,L DI ,\lvlE TEf1 OF THE HIVET PLUS 1/8 HOLES SH/.ll BE SP;\CED so TH t T PARTS ..,\S Sr::: WlED HOT RIVETS DISTORTION. HOLES SH All BE O\JlY 8Y F;E,\ivil"lG. DRIFT SH:,l.l 'JO T OR DISTORT T11r:: H OLES. }24. RIVETS SII!d_ l Hi\VE \'.'Ell :CI :-.JISHEIJ C r n CE!HrlIC HE,\ DS FUll CO'H:\C T \','ITI-I THE t vlET:. l \ Ll SHAll t;E TIGHT. SIWP R I'JETS SH;,ll G::. !\':.Cij l IE DF,IVEN. RIVETED p /\;ns SHc,lL BE CLOSELY DP.: '.\'!'J TO-GETHEi: X FOi1E SHOP GE'.JEF. l Bl CD rillii H lvr::: ni o n DO LTS SHAll BE ClOSt: CO'TilCT, EXCEPT WHERE SEr AR,'.TOI -lS Ai,E IRED. PIll SHALL BE SO ACCUR,I J ,TEl Y IMiD E TllAT ,;SSEi,jr,LED THE PflP.TS SH All COivlE TOG C: THER \'IITIIOUT DISTORTltn /\::D S T I FOR G I nD E IlS SHr,LL. H,\ \.I ;: I n 1:> 111S '{ FITTED TO '" THE SEPMiATOR S G U il)l S Sil/ ,U, CLGS: FI 3l:A RI 0;:-A'm G G l U[,W OVEf'1 2 I THICK SHAll H,;VE MACH I"!ED 32:'. OTHER SIi,;Ll Sec ,'I-:OV IDED AS 'JECt::SSArH FOR 80l ED 10'JS Of--OTliE;, nlE ..\ l T O STRU CTU R A L 00RK (A) FOR HA'.JGERS FRAMI'JG OF LOOKOU T GAllE8V SEE O N DR;,VI 'JG G -205'. MR -45

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ST. AUSU3TINE, FLA. 1 P O AND CU.H 327. STf-WCTURAL Iv1[ IAI_ 'onK S l i ,',LL DE ; .C CUR,'. TELY SEcunED OTHERDISE speCIFIED on \JO TED O THE STflUCTUR /. L DR,\';JI'JG S FICLD OF 3 T : r: L .':OR1( GE RIVETED. IS 30 LTE D ,",S SPC:CIFIE;) H::: !"' E I 'i 8H;,LL Sf.: USr-: D. 3 2;j [JOL T E J CQ'!";E C:TI c):-JS SH,\LL 0_ '.'.'ITH BO LTS T H,\T IL'. VE. Tun: JE:) S['[CI ..LY ';;1:38[D T O D :: I 'J I '"G FIT? EXCEP T ..'H E"E TH E USE O F ROUGH \\i,\Cii l ';i tJ0LT3 IS P ::.::.l iTT'=D JY "JOTES O"J THE ST;lUCTUi' ,/\ L DR,".\'I'K2. JOL TS SH,.:_L Ui:: O F T:iE EX,',CT i:E( i U I F, e:) LENGTHS :,FER TH E H".6 ['"':'.; TI ::Jl IT; Tli::: SH,', LL f:3 E HEl..'J F'-,ST BY TH::E,',i;,j c),{ U1-:3. : TTI 'G T!iE r::'m s O F THE F j "TR 'T" ..... .... -. ) r .... r -'-LIE \ 1'E' Tu 8 'J" L Sfi L) v v ) v \ I .I Y I ," __ .l"I\. 1:./\1 ..} V C' I r -i: 1 1;:":' 1 rll l L,.. t: DIP P ED I :J E D L c: I'. D P ,\ I .., T d U ..; T O!: () ;' ; E T H ,:: Y ;\: : :: PI.! T P L ,', Cc: i'l:n -46

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ST. /\ U C UST I E, F L /; ., P o. & CU. H 329. i.r,ICHOR C O LTS A i, l ll ArICHO n S SH{,LL BE rliOPC\;LV LOCATE:;] AN D ;:;UILT INT O THE t'IOfiK l i l AD'jAr-JCE. vOL Ui v l l-J <:; r S E S tl D i ILL A G E r3 E A lvi S S HAL L E 0 E T (' N ;", ETA L 'SHlrll S M; :'j S OLI D WITH E QUAL O F C [;v l E;,J T AI. S /, i-j;) ;j E A n I [J G ,") LA T E S ; ] HAL L ['. ESE T I il ITO 2 PO n TLAIJD C [ :1i UJT MOfiTrI R. 3 :::,0 /ILL STf;UCTur;AL I vIET/d-SH,,\LL HAVE SUITI',0LE T I:: 1:1 i 0;; (, V 0 r; ACE S jJ S T A V S T C' H 0 L :J I TIN r 0 J I T ION UN TIL j E:; I ,' A ii OJ T L V SEC Ui ; E. 'STnVCTUriAL METAL SHALL CLEA n ED F n d:: F ; C M 3CI,LE, ;;U8T ','dE: "ALL AND, AFTEr. lilSi'ECTI-O N, DE G IVEI-! A S'HOI' 'CO A T OF PAI NT. MACHINE F I i : ISH E : ) S U :-; F ACE G S HAL L [) E i' r: 0 T ::: C T E:J F n c r"j CC Ii r. 0 S I (1 N t,FTE;' E r;[CTI Or' J THE FIEL D C OIJlJECTIOtJS AND ALL PLACES P AI N TED, TH[ N THE ENTIRE D ORK SHAL L D [ G I V:: t ) A A : j D I T I O N A L C O AT 0 F ; ) A I NT, E XC E j-' T S T : i U C T U:; A L 0 1; K T H A T 1 S T 0 : 3 E E i l C f-. S E :J I 1\1 C O N C I i E T r: [ ; 1 0 n E T H AN ( INCHES THICK. 333 I :IAT!:::;IALS SHAll. C 2 NF O [ ; M TC' FEDEfiflL Sr E C ( I: I C fI T I 0 [ 1 S, Ui'j L E S (') THE II \ I S E S [ ) E e l F ( E!). THE PAlin F o:c. \ 1 C ,; K S H r, L L J E -['J I XED A S F (' L L O W S : Flr;ST COAT' S [ Cc) r ;) C(} A T BV'WEIGHT .",RED LEAD Dllv 25 Les. FLA:
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ST. AU SUSTIN E f Li\ Po. &, CU. H (l'..) TH E ALU ;,i l ilUIvl [O AIHT F riESH LY M I X Ej) AND oI'J LYE N r: UGH F Oli C' NED A Y S USE S Hr. L L J E tvl I XED A T 0 I'JE TIM E THE .i,l I X I NG SHALL C E DY T HE MEASURED AM OUNT eN VE H ICLE OVEn THE AMOUNT O F P I GM ENT AND TH CnO UGHLY. 33G S U:J LI ME J) D L U E L E !, D i' A I N T S HAL L e E /\ S F 0 L L (; \V S : BLUE DRY. 90 LOS RAW OIL 4-1/2 GALS. 2 TU:;i'ENT I NE.., ..... Dr. I U\ ( nC SIN r:; E E). QT. fd'l'nCX I Mfl TE PAlr,IT i'f':C::;UCE:J: 6-2/3 Gt.LLC'NS, WEI GHING 1 8 -1/2 T (' 1 9 -1/2 1'(' U ND S T C THE G;\ L L (' N T HE sue LI M E DL LJ E LEt, D S HAL L u E C H Etvl I CAL C Ci'll i':;' I NAT leN 0 F LEA : SU L '"' HATE, LEf.I) AND O T HEr--, IN T H E I'ROP0 f1TI C HS: L [P, i-:: 55dSUL PH I'ITE. t o /'J, LEA D Ox I D E 30 T O 40% LEA :0 SULFHI:JE, N C, T e VE R 12% 5dLEA S U L I' I T E N O T eVEr ; ;0 ZINC oX I E iJ (' T oV Efl 5% f\ N:U U 1 1:':1 E T E,; MIN ED, N O T CVE;I. 5% C C ,A;;S [ r: ETAl iJED OJ A [le 325 SHALL N O T C C 1'. 1I S E C V Efi 1.0 i En, C UJ T 3 37 N0 A I ,oJ T S H ,\ L e E L.: S E:J AFT Er, T fi [ I') ( G I v i EN T 1-1 A S CAKEjJ OH rAINT SHt.LL D E KEP T S Tl nnED. \'} H ILl: IT J S Ll E I N G p, j' r LIED PA I NT S HP, L L eE THO,"; C] U G I I L Y ORUSflEil O N AND WELL INTC J O INTS AND OPEN SPACES. ALL SUGFACES DE CLEAN AND DRY WH EN PAINTED. r.1 1 SCELL,\ i\IEOUS & 'ET.",L \'JORI< 338. AND IRCN MI::-, S TEEL ('/ 01; 1< SHALL C E fiN .:') II'JSTALLE jJ C Lli.... LETE VI I T H AL L N E C E S S A:1 Y A N C H C n s C( L T S H A r. :') \'1 AE III J DOT H ER A C C E sse;; I E 5 339. CITE D UNDER THI S HEAD IN G AnE iiEFE :-;f:E:j T O ON LY AS ILLU S T R ATIVE OF THE CHARACTEn O F THE \V C r, K ii [ QUI ;, A!'j:J t, n E IJ e TA S S l.i iv1 E:J T C SHOW THE E X T E T (' F THE SPECIFIE:J c ,r. SH OW N e N :')flAVI I NGS MENTlorJE D r.: Y rl UE n 340. REI IJ Fen C I N G I,A l: T t,L F C C,1 E T E, A CHer: S AN D F (, S T [i.J I ij GSF f1 ';'/ C' ':.: C;,!< A ; 1:') C ;-.) E ,.'} C r, K; ) E X C E ,) T II SHER E 1 N r,re LI GHT [ i I E Tt-,L Fl:::r.lfrc F ( i'; LASTEi, ARE IN C L UD ED I N T H E "E V E;; L "i' Eel Fie l, TIC [,I : 0 F C:i T H !:. :; [ D I V I SIC N S 0 F THE '."/ '')R K HB -48

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ST. UGU ST I !IJ C:, FL ,\ ., ,p.O. (S: CU. H Mfi TER I ,',LS. 3 4 I. S TEE LAN D I'JR 0 U G H T I RON S HAL L GEST A[J DAR D \'I ELL FI NISHED, STR U CTUR A L SHAPES, O R BAR STEEL OR C AR IR ON. EITHER S T EEL O R WROUGHT I R O N MAY 3E AT TH E OPTION OFT H E J 0 [ I T AC T0 R, UN L E :3 SOT E R VI I S ESP E C I FIE D (A C/i ST S HALL 3E SOFT, "tOUGH, GRAY I RON. (G ) I,VIR E O THE R r I S [ SF ECIFIED SHALL DE COLD Dn A VI : l S T E E L (c) S A U C E S SP ECI F IE D F O R PLATE AND SHEET IRON OR EE L A',: E U S. S TAN DAR D D .:l RET HEM I N I MUM THE CO NTRACT. (D) P I FE S H .'\ L L lJ ES T A ; l 'J AR D E I G H T, I R O N 0 R MIL D STEEL, J O I N TE D P I PE PIPE SIZES ARE THE N O M I NAL IN S IDE FITTINGS S HAL L B E k ALL E A B LE n i ; I L FIT T I i J GS 3 L12 S HOP DRAW It, J G S IN (, UADRUPLIC[;TE OF i\1 ETf,L WORK (EX C EPT TH R ESH O LDS A N D W ORK S HOD N BY DETAIL D RAWI NGS) S H 0 ,I I f1 G S I Z ES, DE TA IL S 0 F CON S T R U CT I 0 [ v 1 E THO D S 0 F ASS EM 8 LlNG, ETC., BE S UB MITTED TO AND APPROVED BY THE AR CH ITECT BEF O RE ANY OF THE WOR K I S E XECUTED. \'JOR Kr;;lMJ S H IP.--WnOU GHT I ROi'l STEEL SHt, LL BE FOR /101E D T 0 S HAP E AND S I Z E, I'l'I TH Sf' AR P LIN ES f NDAN G L E S A,'N D S MOOTH S URFACE S M EMBER S IN C O NTACT SHALL B E V ELDED OR R IVET E D UNLESS SP ECIFIED. WIDE BAR S S HALL BE DRILLE D PUNCHED F O R SM ALL BARS TO PA SS THR OUGH AN D THE SMALL G ARS S E CURED BY RIVETS OR SPOT WELDING S I [ A I L II r i B A S W H E f : E ? r S S I N G S H ; L L B E JI A L VEl} TO GC THE Fl AND ABUTTI[J C S HALL BE i 'JELDED on T E N ONED A i m f, IVETED. SH ALL NOT BE u d ED IN ASS E MBLI NG WHERE THEY C A N BE IIV C I D E D 34/1: C ; S T I i l G S S H t, L L G E 0 F F I [ J E T [ X T U R E, UI,'J A n P E )) AND SOUND. LINES S H ALL 9 E S HA R P, TRUE AW D AC G UFl ATE AND OR NA[,i EN T F U L L f. N D T LJ E T O P A T T E r: N CA3 T I riG S S HAL L C0 101 E FRO M THE CLEA N AND SMO OTH. E NRICH E D ORNAM ENT S HALL BE CAR EFU LLY I NS PECTED A N D ANY E X CES S M ETAL OR SIMILAR IMPERF ECTIO N S TH A T TE N D TO O BS CU RE THE DESI GN SHALL BE REM 0 V E jJ J 0 I [JT S S HilL L 13 E MAC H I NED TO A T I G H'T FIT V1 I T H MOULDIN G S AN D OR NA M E N T IN ALI GNMENT. WORK E X ECUTED FROM DETAIL S on S HALL FAIT H FULLY R EPRODUCE SA ;
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ST. AUCUSTI',l E, FLA., P.O. & CU.H. PLATCS i ,!()Ur:TliH; HAiiD\:'AliC SHALL BC :i IVETCD Of; \,I ELDED IN P L t, C E, i' l D PL 1\ T E F0 L 0 C K S 0 L AT CI-I EST H f, T /, Ii E II 0 T PliO TECTED OY r ri Cj) H E AnT H ET C P, CEi'l T Ei1 i\ N D ::: (I T T C1'.'1 eFT H C J Ai'J) S 0 r. COli I I [n C e NS T ii U C T I 0 THE C C> L : .H,ll,) S () FLO 1\ DIN G ? L ,\ T For; M S H;', t. L CE pn(;TECTED SY 4 JY 4 5/ 16 INCH STEEL AN G LES AND 1/2 INC H S TEE L P L f, T EO F e u f1 C; I ;J Es SEE DE T f I L D r ; (" \'; I N G S Nos C-201 AN D G-203. COLUMN 4 7 I II S I !) E M 1\ I 1_ I N G V [ S TI L ; U L E S HilL L H 1\ I} E A ['.1 ( ; LE G U ( n ') S 3:;;::,. COVERS AW) FRf.,':lES.--f.flETrL O F fiND Ff1MH8 S H ,i L L ::; EAT L Er, T :3/e INC I: Til I C f( SC' LI D C eVE ; S S HAL L H A V E FLU J H 0 P H A I J D L E S ST () C C V E ; : s : \ r JD F i; M E S 0 F S I i,1 I L t, r-UESICN MA Y D C USED O F G A M E F I i 'n :3 U C IV: 1 T T E:J T C f\ N D "P PT;(I V C) L Y T :1 E Pi: C C U :; E1\1 EN T DI V I S I O N PU :J LIC \'jCl ;,KS Bii ',NCH.-50

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ST. A U G USTl i \ IE, FLA., P.O. C:U. H 354. CAT C H HAVE C A ST InO N C O VER MID SuLID C t S T l'i'ON F flr.r11 E, COV E!" : i ;,I D I,'JEIGHl f l G A 80 UT 400 rOUNDS, TYPE AND D I M E NS I O N S A S ON DETAIL DRAWING r.J () C -I 3 55 COAL HOLE RING AND c e VER SHALL DE OF HEAVY O F CL OS E GRAINED GnEY IRON. THE RIN G SHt,LL 11f',V[S,IX tlIDS. RIN G AND C O VEn SHALL HAVE CHEC K E R ED on N C f,l -S LIP T CPS UF A C E S L0 CKIN G 0 r, ii S HAL L E 1'/ E L D ED o n c; I VeT EDT () GET H E f; ATE N D S L0 : / E n EN D 0 F H O',() 1< S HAL L L E TO pnEVENT LOSS O F TAIL NUT. 3 S G S T (., C I ( C !_ EACl'J T --;\ I2 J Y :2 C I rJ C H C { S Ti n (j N C LEA N OUT DOC,; MH) O F S T OCI< :lE S J(;r,; SHALL :':: E INSTALLED AT THE i3 0 T T O iv1 0 F Srii 0 1< E S T A C K AN 3 0 Y 3 IN C H CA S T I RO N C LEA N 0 U T D O 0 Po Po N D F R A f A E 0 F S T 0 C K D [ S I G i J S HAL LeE IN S TAL LED AT T H E BO TTO M O F ONE OF T HE SM ALLE R F L UE S IN THE SM O K E S T A C 337 lADDERS.--NR O U GH T IR O N L AD D iRS ARE SHOWN BY DETAIL DR A \'J I t G O. G 2 C 3 TH E Y S HAL L B E AN C I I 0 RED A T TOP AND AND AT POI N T S N O T OVER 6 FEET APART. :3 5 8 DO0 R I R 0 :"! S f. F R A [', 1 E S --THE MET i\ L F R t, M E 3 t, T D 0 0 R GPE l l IIIC S f Jos. AND Q/I AR E SHOVIN BY DR r, \'/ I : I c i\l o. n -2 0 :3 T H:: H E A DAN D J Pdv1 (3 S S HAL L 3 E j ,llA CHI E D T 0 A C LOS E FIT A T C C' ,11, J E R 3 THE J 0 I N T S T 0 E3" \1 E L D ED 0 REI N F O R C ED \'! I T H r, I; G L E S Po I V E T I: D G THE B A C K v E L DIN G S H I, L L [3 E co i'j T I U 0 US p, LON G T H E L I E 0 F COil T 1', C T A D S HilL L G [ D E :; SED S MOO T I: 0 N E X F' a s ED SUR F [. C E S THE H E AD S!-i ALL BE CUT TOR E C E i VET Ii E jJ 0 0 R B 0 L T S S i' E e l f' I ,r:]) u D ERa BU I L D E R S H1', R D '\' / \ H E. II AN C H 0 R S I/,1; B Y I -1 /;'" B Y I g iN C Ii E S 'Ii I T H 6 EN T END S SfHLL D E RIVET E:J T O THE J Arvl G S NE'\R TOP, C Ei'JTER "ND 8 0 T T 0 !', I 359 FILLETS SHALL GE r::IVETE D T O T H E FR A M E ;; II E t, R [N D S lit; D ( T pOI;n S G E TV E E N NOT 0 V E R I() CII I:: 8 A P A R T. SINI
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ST. AUCi UST i r< E, FLA., P O. & C; LJ H 36::. Ol'l SHALL BE Iii PIPE SLEEVES C I'. S T I I,j P LAC E, j, N D PO S T S 0 I'J S T 0 ;j E 0 Fi G R /\ i'1 I T E S H /\ L L 8 E LET IN THE JOINT GROUTED CEMENT OR CAULKED WITH LEAD AND COVERED BY THE FLOOR PLIITES. POSTS R t, I L S S H I, L L 1'3 ESE C iJ RED TO f\'1 E T (, L VI 0 R l( BY Til P S C [W S fI ND TO iJI/, son n Y Bye () L T S T H R 0 UGH F L t, fl G ED FIT T I G S E >: C E PTA S oTHE t'l I s E 1, [; T A I LED 363. HAND OF STAIRS SHALL HAVE NEAT PLUGS 01 BALL F AT EXPOSED Ei'1DS. RAI LSSHALL DE FROM THE UNDER SiDE. SEE No. 3-204 3Gi':: F 00 T f'; EST S S H" L LeE ,0 F BRA S S D H II If i: F L 1\ 1 G E D FIT T Ii; C S \1 I THe 0 U i I TEn s U I( [3 0 L T [ 0 P, S CnEW S 3C5. Fon DETAILS OF PIPE RAIL GUARDS IN LOOKOUT SYSTEM, SEE Ii. DrU'N I NG ['Jo. G-20.5. 3CC 3ALUSTPADE3.--Fon CON3TnUCTION OF AT 'I' '" I /'" II /r' ') 'in <"1/''1 ') /IL ") /r )/:"000;, (,PE .. I"!G,, I',OS. 1 '--',, -i ',)-CJ/ ,::,-r:, ""-"'; IC_ liND 2/20A, SEE DETAILS Nos. 3-202; C-203. THE BALUSTEnS SHALL CE 0[4 EliCH EIJD WITH SQU:, i',[ 3HOULDE,;S I\ND DO ','I E L S TO FIT I TOT H E CO U II T E;i SUn!: 0 L E S I THE TOP AND U 0 T T 0 U (, I L S THE TOP R A I L S H f\ L L U E I N 7 t': J PAn T S 1 THE [jOTTO k 1 F A:'n ,O F I'llllCH SHALL BE /\ ND CGUllTERSUNK T 0 F T E iJ U P P ::: :; !,'10 IJ L j) E D P (, n T 0 F T H [ ii f, I LIN P L 1\ C F. FOR THE ConST ;, UCTION 1,1)]) ;\.1G U U Tli;G OF ALL fif,ILS OTHer. TIHtl PIPE r, t, 1 L:i SEE P ::; 0 P I: r: D E T I; L D ;,; ( \:1 I iJG:-; r0 1) ETA I L S 0 F 1 L L [ AT \'! I N D 0 \'1 2/I, :3 E E D f : r, Vi I N G c:-;?,o\). THE CrIsT IflU ;! O;HJt,tvlErn I T HEt,D OF C::llLE SHALL H A If E C /, S T (, P l' N T L E ::; T 0 FIT 1 I,J T 0 S L I) T SO,; H 0 L E S I Ij TOP r:AIL OF C;F;ILLE. li' l /,lJDITION, THE Oi111M"lENT SHr;I.L iJE F f; S T [ i; EDT 0 F ,1.1 L L E .',J I THe 0 C N T E r: C; U N K [fl t, S S 3 C;; E \'I S 3 C)() T H RESdC'LDS.--METt,L TH:,ESHOLD S SHALL DE AT LEAST I / I 1 (il C H T H I C 1< TH n L:: S H 0 L D S S H II L L H f, V E I ) 0 i'I -S LIP II iJ h S I V E UfJIFn:ii,iLY EM:JE,)DED I I,J HI!.: 'i!EARIi'lG $Ur;F,"CE 'IT'THE TIME OF C{,STI 1.JG a,; SHALL HAVE CHECKEr;EDor, ?{,TTEfiN 01\1 TilE UPPU: SUr.F/IC:; TO 3 OF THfiESH-CLOG FO!; DOUBLE DOO f;::; SHALL DE CUT Fon F 0 0 T [3 0 LTG WH E !'1 E D E T I LED ,HJD 1\ L L HI iH: S H ('J L D S CUT 0 U T F 0 ;.{ THE i'.1 C U N TIN G 0 F S r n I ii G DOOR H I rJG E S ::1 H [:i E D E Till LED. F 0 [1 THE TYPE, DIMENSIONS, AND OF THR ESH OL DS SEE Dn/ll,'lll!GG j 'jOS. t,i'lD ':-203. 300 0 T H nEsHO LDS SH ALL DE OY 2 OF GOLTS o C:; E \ .' S p;; 0 V I D I : J C T ':1 0 F (, S T E i'l INC:" t, T E;\ C H ;: i'l DAN D IN T E r;-IiI E j) ( i TEO i I E::; S T Ii G G E ,; E D 'I ;'J D S P tl C E D : 'J 0 T 0 V E I 2 INC H E S (N C:\CH ::O ...j. 3,( 0 TH ;, E S H C' L D S : T 0 S T (: COil CnET E [;1 I, I L I Ii Co i' L T FOR M S H /\ L LeE F L to T 011 T S II r, I> l: D I"J, S I 1 \ 11'1 1 C (, TED i\: JD G H ,'I L L 8 E FLU S H I'i 1 T ITHE F I f\! I s rr [ D F 0 LEV [L () F V E :, T 1 8 U L E II N D P L h T I-" 0 [, M E111 :J S 0 F Tilt; E S IF) L [, S :; H L L E f) L T E j) T C T H r: S T E L JAMC S 0 F DOOr. F!i 1\ i'.;:=: S T H ,i (I UGH S TEE L C L r, f1 G L E FL /1 T T H r. E S H () L D S S H {I L L D [ U IDE E C U Gil T (1 E;< T E IJ:) F Ii ":, 1 THE, I IJ SID E L I E 0 F THE VI /-. L,L lOA LIN E 2 INC H E S O U T IDE THE ::: x TE r. lor; F" CEO F THE F,\STENIN GS OF FLt,T SHALL EXTEtW INTO SUi T ;, u LEt; C H 0 r: s 'W H I C H S H t, L L l'J::: II ED:) ED I I'i 'T H E CON C,i E T E HG -52

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ST. FLA., P.O. & CU.H. 371. THRESHOLDS SHALL BE CUT 00T TO r.ECEI VE AND FLOOR TYPE DOOR CLOSERS' WHERE JPECIFIED UNDEr. :1 BU I L D E R S t HA R D VI td1 Ell. 372. RArL 8RACKETS.--FoR GRACKETS OF WALL RAI LS ON STAIRS SEE DETAIL DRAWINGS Nos. AND G-20B. BRACKETS SHALL 8E SPACED NOT MonE THAN 6 FEET APART Non THAN 10 11JCHES FR O M THE ENDS OF E!lCH RAIL. BnACKETS SHt.LL DE SECunED WITH EXPANSION on TOGGLE DOLTS. BRACKETS SHALL DE OF CI,ST InON. 373. FLAG POLE.--THE FLAG POLE SHALL ITE M!lDE OF WEIGHT CONTINU OU S TAPERED STEEL TUOING. THE TUniNG SHALL DE IN ONE PIECE. ( A ) THE T n U C K S HAL L E 0 F CAS T I RON AND S H L L Ii A V E Mf\CHliJED LJ EARINGS, AND'THE [lALLS OF CflLL OE/\P.INGS SHALL DE AT LEAST 1/4 INCH IN DIAMETER. EACH SET OF SH!lLL o E FIT TED VI I T H S IN I VEL S NAP H 0 0 K S .r;. N D THE ED S S H r\ L LeE srLICED AROUND METAL THIMBLES. (8) THE CLEATS SHALL DE O F CRASS CONSTRUCTION TO DE MOUNTED ON THE TAPERED STEEL POLE NEAR THE CASE. (c) Fon FLAG POLE DETAILS SEE DnAWINGS Nos. G-200 AN D G-206, AND Fon SPECIF ICATION OF OR ONZ E FLAG POLE CAS E SEE SPECIFICATIONS BRONZE. 374. MARQUISE IRO ilS.--THE II..1t;RQUISE nODS SHALL [JE S TEE L I -1/4 INC HE SIN D I /l, 1\1 E T E fi, FIT TED WIT H S TEE L T U RNNEAR THE ENDS. FC. R THE SIZE, CONSrr:;UCTION AND MOUNTING O F MARQUISE SUPPORTS SUCH AS PLATES, AN C H 0 R S, ETC. 1 SEE DE T A I L D fi {; WIN S No. G -20 I .' 375. OF ':'! ROUGHT GRATINGS OF CASEMENT WINDOW AREAS AT OP ENINGS Nos. 8/1-B-2 8/':-8/5 AND B/6 SEE DETAIL DnAWIN G No G-I. F r;AiJ1 ES SHALL CE FnOM 1/2 CY INCH OM;S. GR ATINGS OF E TIC U L :. T E::; 0 r, F; E C TAN G!J L f, fi DES I G N ASS P E C I FIE D HE:. E I NAND I /41 -INC H E S DEE P Ivl A Y ;:: E SUD S TIT UTE D A T THE 0 r T I 0 OF THE CONTRACTOR F Dn THE WR0UGHT Ifi ON GnATINGS OF AREAS. 376. GnAT INGS OF nETICULATED Or, ii ECTANGULA R DESIGnS SHALL COM PLY WITH SPECIFICATION Ne RR-G-G61. THEY SHAL L H r, v EST R A I G H T 0 A t1 S THE SHe i1 T. WAY 0 F THE SPA tJ SPA C E D N O T 1I10r; E THtlN I-I/S INCHES DET';'IEEN CAriS fIND nIVETED, \'IELDED on I T Eli L 0 C 1< E:::: AT LEA S t EVE n Y 7 INC HEST C THE nET I C U LIN E en CAns; ALL CAliS T C DE ;\T LEAST 1/8 IN C H THICK. ST!-;AIGHT (SUP P O R TING) c;.ns F on MiEA GRA TINGS SHALL 2E AT L[r,8T 3/16 INCH THICK. (A) Gn,"TINGS F cn AnEAS SHALL JE 1-1/4 I :JCHES DEEP AND EACH SECTI O N SHALL CE D e LrED TC T H E WALLS 0'1 CLIPP[D TO THE S TEE L SUP po:; T S 377. TH E CONSTRUCTION HANGING OF Wr-:OUGHT I"ON Gr;lLLES FO:; WINDO VJ Ofi'EtJINGS 1/31 1/32, 1/39, SEE DETAIL Nos G-202 AND G-203. LUGS SHALL DUILT INT O hND LEADED INT C A N Ii C C Cr:; E T E H G -53

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P. O. KID GU. H. 378. CAST IRON DOOR FRAME & WRCUGHT IRON TRANSOV1 GRIl-LE.--FoR DETAILS OF CAST IRON DOOR AND WROUGHT IRON TRANSOM GRILLE AT OPENING No. 1/1 SEE DRAWING No. G-200. 379. WI RE GR I LLES FOR DOORS Nos. 1/33-1/34-1/37-1/38 AND 8/3 ARE SHOWN ON DETAIL No. SHALL BE HINGED. WIRE SHALL BE No. I I GAUGE (;12 J'NCH DIAMETER) CRiMPED AND WOVEN TO A 1-1/2 J NCH DI AMOr--:D MESH AND LET IN.TO 1 INCH HOT ROLLED CHANNEL FRAMES. CORNERS OF FRAMES TENONED AND RIVETED OR MITERED AND WELDED. BACK BANDS SHALL BE AROUND CORNERS AND RIVETED EVERY 8 INCHES, BACK BANDS TO BE CUT OUT FOR 8UTTS. (A) WHERE WIRE FOR DOORS INDICATED TO BE HINGED AND LOCKED, THEY SHALL BE HUNG ON FAST-DIN, FIVE-KNUCKLE, STEEL TEMPLATE BUTTS NOT LESS THAN 2 INCHES HIGH AND SHALL BE FITTED WITH SMALL BRONZE PADLOCKS SIMILAR TO TYPE I-A, FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. FF-PlOlA; PADLOCKS TO BE KEYED ALIKE. FLUSH GRILLES SHALL HAVE PADLOCK EYES. SURFACE GRILLES SHALL HAVE SAFETY HASP AND STAPLE, ZINC COATED. 380. INSIDE WINDOW GUARDS.--WINDOWS so INDICATED SHALL HAVE HINGED WIRE GRILLES IN ACCORDANCE WITH DET,,\lL DRA"iINGS No. G-202 AND G-203, HUNG ON THE WINDOW FRAME. WIRE SHALL BE No.1 I GAUGE (.12 INCH DIAMETER) CR IMPED AND WOVEN TO A 1-1/2 INCH DIAMOND MESH AND LET INTO I INOH HOT ROLLED CHANNEL FRAMES. CORNERS OF FRAMES SHALL BE TENONED AND RIVETED OR MITERED AND WELDED. BACK BANDS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS AROUND CORNERS AND RIVETED EVERY 8 BACK BANDS TO BE CUT OUT FOR BUTTS. 381. BUTTS SHALL BE WROUGHT STEEL 5 KNUCKLE, FAST pIN, 3 HIGH AND OF WIDTH TO FIT GRILLES AND FRAMES. LOCKS SHALL BE SURFACE TYPE WI TH 3/8 I NCH STEEL TOP AND BOTTOM BOLTS BRONZE TEE HANDLE AND BRONZE LOCK CASE. BOLTS SHALL BE CHECKED WITH PIN TUMBLER LOCK AND ALL LOCKS KEYED ALIKE. TEE SHALL BE pLACEti WITHIN EASY REACH OF FLOOR. 382. THE FOLLOWING MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR WIRE MESH AND CHANNEL FRAMES SPECIFIED ABOVE FOR WINDOW GUARDS; MESH 13 EXPANDED SHEET WEIGHING AT LEAST 0.68 POUND PER SQUARE FOOT; THE MESH TO BE 1-31'8 INCH (1-1/2 INC!
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.! P. O. AM) CU. H. 385. Tops OF UPRIGHTS EXTENDING TO CEILING SHALL BE FASTENED SEPARATELY THROUGH FLANGED FI TT I NGS, OR FRAMED TO A 1-1/2 I NCH STEEL CHANNEL BOLTED TO THE CEILING C0NSTRUCTION EVERY 30 INCHES. Top RAILS OF LOW PARTITIONS, AND INTERMEDIATE HORIZONTAL MEMBERS OF PARTITIONS TO CEILING, SHALL BE TUBING SIMILAR TO VERTICALS WITH FLUSH FITTINGS OR CONCEALED KNEE BRACES. I NTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS OF CEILING PANELS SHALL BE HOT ROLLED TEES. GRILLE SHALL BE No. I I GAUGE (.12 INCH DIAMETER) WIRE CRIMPED AND WOVEN TO A 2-INCH DIAMOND MESH, WITH THE ENDS OF THE WIRE LET INTO THE FRAMES AND TURNED OR HEADED. FRAMES OF PANELS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 7/1:3 INCH '(OLLEr' STEEL CHANNELS, TENONED AND RIVETED OR MITERED AND W':LDEI" /\T ALL LINK CHAIN FtI,BRIC, No., II GAUGE (.12 INCH) WinE, l-I/? IN C H OR ? MESH, MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE WOVEN WIRE FABRJC SPE C IFIED AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR. 387. CHANNEL BACKS OF ALL MOVABLE SECTIONS AND WHERE EXPOSED SHALL BE FITTED WITH 1/8 INCH, THICK BACK BANDS SECURED TO THE FRAME EVERY 8 INCHES BY COUNTERSUNK RIVETS. BACK BANDS SHAtL BE CONTINUOUS AROUND ALL CORNERS AND IN AS LONG LENGTHS AS PRACTICABLE. BACK BANDS OF HINGED DOORS AND, WI CKETS SHALL BE CUT TO RECE I VE THE BUTTS. DOORS SHALL BE LOCK RAILS CONSISTING OF TWO 7/8 INCH CHANNELS PLACED BOTH SIDES OF THE WIRE WITH WEBS TO THE OUTSIDE AND RIVETED EVERY 8 INCHES AND AT PANELS AT FLOOR THAT ARE OVER 5-1/2 FEET HIGH SHALL HAVE SIMILAR CROSS RAILS. 388. HARDWARE SHALL COMPLY \iJITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS Nos. FF-H106, FF-i-J-III AND FF-H-116 UNLESS OTHER't,}ISE SPECIFIED. BUTTS SHALL BE TEMPLATE. ,TYPE AND CUT TO FIT THE PfI,NEL AND LOCKS 'AND LATCHES SHALL BE MORTISE TYPE SUITA3LE FOR WIRE MESH DOORS, w'lTHPIN TUMBLER CYLINDER KEY-WAY AND tiLL BRONZE WORKING PARTS. AND LATCHES SHALL BE THE OUTSIDE BY KEY ONLY AND FROM THE INSIDE BY COUNTERSUNK TURN KNOBS OR HANDLE. THE LOCKS AND LATCHES SHALL BE KEYED DIFFERENTLY AND ALL SHALL BE MASTER KEYED TO THE SAME SYSTEM AS OTHER ADJACENT LOCKS. (A) EACH HINGED DOOR SHALL BE HUNG ON THREE BUTTS, 3 INCHES HIGH, TYPE 2010B. 389. SLIDING DOORS SHALL BE OF THE GRAViTY SELF-CLOSING TypE wtTH BALL BEARING HANGERS RUNNING IN AN ENCLOSED TRACK. PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY GUIDES AND STOPS FOR CONVENIENT OPERATION. EACH GLIDING DOOR SHALL BE FITTED WITH MORTISE SLIDING DOOR LOCK. 390. FOR DUTCH DOORS SEE DRt,1t1 1 NG No. G-204. EI\CH PANEL SHALL BE HUNG ON ONE PAIR OF 3 INCH J UTTS, TYPE 2010B. LO\PIER SHALL HAVE STOP PLATE AND BE FITTED WITH MORTISE LATCH. UPPER BE FITTED WITH 6 iQUARE NECKED SOLT KEEPER ON WOOD SHELF I S SPEC I F I ED UNDER IlV\'OOD:':'O"K:1 391. VERTICAL SLIDING GRILLES FITT E D WITH FASTS AND. KEEPERS OF THE CAR WINDOW TYPE IN Cf..8T [3 RONZE A l OUT 2-1 / 2 X !-I/B'INCHEs 'r'N SIZE; two AT OR NEAR THE BOTTOM OF EACH GlILl,E. '-. 392. BRil.CKETS FOR "JOOD SHELVES SHALL BE OF PRESSED STEEL WITH RIGID CONNECT ION. TO PART I T ION Ftl,4MES AS SHOWN ON'DRAW I NG No.G-204. 393. OPTION.--THE FOLLOWING MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE WI,RE MESH, PANEL AND FRAME \rJORK SPEC I F I ED ABOVE FOR IN I RE PART ITI ONS AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR; NO CHANGE IN HARDWARE. PANELS SHALL CONSIST Of DIAMOND MESH 13 GAUGE EXPANDED SHEET METAL WEIGHING AT LEAST 0.68 POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT. THE MESH SHALL BE E'I THER 1-3,181 NCH (1-1/2 INCH NOf\AINAL)OR 1-7/8 ,INCH (2 INCH NOMINAL) BUT IN NO CASE SHALL THE LENGTH HS -55

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ST. AUGUSTINE., FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. OF THE DIAMOND EXCEED TWICE ITS NOMINAL MESH SIZE. THE EXPANDED METAL SHALL DE DRESSED FREE FROM FINS AND SHALL DE RIVETED TO THE FRAMES. 394. PANEL FRAMES SHALL GE 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 I NCH HOLLOW T SECTIONS FROM AT LEAST 18 GAUGE COLD ROLLED STEEL AND HAVE CORNERS REINFORCED WITH 16 GAUGE PLATE AND RIVETED. EACH PANEL AT FLOOR OVER 5-1/2 FEET HIGH SHALL 8E REINFORCED AT OR NEAR THE CENTER BY A CROSS BRACING OF 1/8 x' I INCH FLATS ON BOTH SIDES RIVETED TO THE FRAMES AND THROUGH THE MESH EVERY 8 INCHES. 395. PANELS SHALL\BE ASSEMBLED BY SPECIAL CLIPS AND BOLTS, THE BOTTOMS SECURED BY BOLTS THROUGH 14 GAUGE FLOOR SOCKET AND THE TOPS SECURED BY SPECIAL CLAMPS TO A CONTINUOUS TOP RAIL OF 1-1/2 INCH HOT ROLLED STEEL CHANNEL. 396. PARTITIONS MORE THAN 8 FEET HIGH SHALL BE STRENGTHENED AND STIFFENED AS FOLLOWS: PARTITIONS UP TO AND INCLUDING 12 FEET IN HEIGHT SHALL (A) HAVE A RIGID FRAME WORK OF STANDARD WEIGHT, 1-1/2 INCH, HOT ROLLED STEEL SECTIONS PLACED AT ENDS, INTERSECTIONS AND TOPS OF PARTITIONS AND AS UPRIGHTS BETWEEN PANELS, OR (B) THE HOLLOW T PANEL FRAMES SHALL BE FORMED FROM AT LEAST 14 GAUGE STEEL AND, WHEN ASSEMBLED, SHALL FORM POSTS AT LEAST 1-1/2 INCHES SQUARE WITH HALF POSTS AT ENDS, OMITTING THE HOT ROLLED STEEL UPRIGHTS SPEC IFIED (A) EXCEPT AT EXTERNAL CORNERS OF PARTITIONS. PARTITIONS THAN 12 FEET IN HEIGHT SHALL HAVE THE HOLLOW T PANEL FRAMES FORMED FROM {>,T LEAST (4 GAUGE STEEL AND, WHEN ASSEMBLED, SHALL FORM POSTS AT LEAST 2 INCHES SQUARE WITH HALF POSTS AT ENDS. PARTITIONS SHALL HAVE CONTINUOUS TOP RAILS OF 2 INCH HOT ROLLED STEEL AND THE EXTERNAL ANGLES FORMED BY ABUTTING PARTITIONS SHALL HAVE STEEL ANGLE CLOSURES. 397. OBSERVATION UNITS.--FoR TYPICAL DETAILS OF OBSERVATION UNITS WITH GLAZED FLAPS IN LOOKOUTS, SEE DETAIL DRAWINGS OF LOOKOUT SYSTEM No. G-205. 393. GLAZED FLAPS SHALL HAVE THE GLASS SET IN HEAVY FELT OR RUBBER STRIPS IN STEEL FRAMES OF AT LEAST 14 GAUGE PLATE WITH BRASS OR BRONZE LIFTS AND BRASS OR BRONZE HINGES STEEL pINS. GLASS IS INCLUDED UNDER "GLASS AND GLAZING." 399. LOOKOUT VENTILATORS.--SEE DETAIL DRAWING No. G-205. THE CHANNEL FRAMES SHOWN IN DETAIL SHALL HAVE TWO ANCHORS ON EACH SIDE 1/8 X 1 x 16 INCHES WELDED TO FRAME NEAR CORNERS FOR ANCHORING IN THE 2 INCH PLASTER PARTITION. 400. VENTILATING GRILLES.--FoR DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION AND LOCATION OF CAST IRON VENTILATING GRILLES IN BASEMENT WALLS SEE DRA WING No. G-l. GRILLES SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 318 INCH THICK. 401. SERVICE GRILLES.--FoR SLIDING GRILLES AT SERVICE WINDOWS OF POST OFfICE LOBBY SCREEN SEE DETAIL DRAVIING No. G-20B. GRILLES SHALL BE FITTED WITH LOCK, PULLEYS, CORDS AND LEAD WEIGHTS SPECIFIED UNDER "BUILDERS' HA8DWARE". 4.02. : COLLAPS IBLE GAiE.--THE GATE SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF STEEL OR IRON, AND AS SHOWNf;3Y DRAWING No. G-206. THE CH,."NNEL OF UPRIGHTS SHALL BE HOT ROL,LE, D S ,ECTIONS WITH SUITABLE SEPARATORS TO ALLOW FOR THE EASY HS -56

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ST. FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. OPERATION OF THE GATE. THE COLLAPSIBLE FILLING SHALL II'ORK FREELY AND OR BINDING. ALL CONNECTIONS SHALL BE RIVETED IN A NEAT SUBSTANTIAL MANNER. THE GATE SHALL BE FITTED A PRIVOTED LOCK BAR WITH KEEPERS TO HOLD THE BAR FIRMLY IN PLACE IN 80TH ITS RIGHT AND HORIZONTAL POSITiONs. THE LOCKING SHALL CONSIST OF A PADLOCK EYE AND SHIPLE WITH 1-.314 INCH BRONZE PADLOCK, TYPE No. L-A, FEDERAL SPECIFICJ \TION No. FF-P-IOIA. 403. STAIR RAILINGS AND BALUSTERS.--FoR DETAILS OF WROUGHT IRON STAIR RAILINGS AND BALUSTERS SEE DRAWING No.G-208. THE I.r>JROUGHT IRON BALUSTERS OF THE MAIN LOBBY SHALL BE HEADED INTO THE LOWER MEMBER OF THE TOP RAIL WHICH SHALL CONSIST OF A STEEL CHANNEL AND A FLAT. THE WROUGHT IRON TOP RAIL SHALL BE DRILLED AND COUNTERSUNK EVERY 12 INCHES FOR MOUNTING THE WOOD HAND RAIL. THE 90TTOM END OF EACH ALTERNATE BALUSTER SHALL BE LET INTO THE STONE TREADS 4 INCHES AND SET IN LEAD. THE OTHER BALUSTERS SHALL DE LET INTO THE STONE TREADS SUFFicIENT DEPTH FOR RIGID SUPPORT AND LEADED. THE METHOD OF JOINING BALUSTRADE TO NEWEL POSTS AND OF ANCHORING NEWEL POSTS IS SHOWN ON DRAWI NG No. 8-208. 404. FOR DETAILS OF WROUGHT IrION GRILLES WITH CAST ORNAMENT IN UPPER PART OF POST OFFI CE SCREEN SEE DR/\WING No. G-207. 405. TOP TREAD ...WHERE WOOD FLOORS ABUT CONCRETE STAIR A CAST I RON TREAD WITH NOS ING AND NON-SL I P TOP SURF ACE SHl\LL BE PROVIDED AT THE LANDING. PROVIDE SIMILAR NOSING WITH CAST FACIA AROUND STAIR WELL UNLESS OTHERWISE'INDICATED. 406. THE EXTERIOR LETTERS SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED AS PART OF THE WORK HEREUNDER. LETTERS SHALL BE WROUGHT IRON OF THE SIZES AND,DESIGN SHOWf\J. THE LETTERS SHALL BE GIVEN A HEAVY PLATING OF CADMIUM BEFORE INSTALLING IN PLACE. AFTER INSTALLATION THEY SHALL BE PAINTED AS PflOVIDED UNDER "PAINTING AND 407. METAL SHALL COMPLY WITH U. S. NAVY DEPARTMENT SDECIFICATIONS No. 47S20, DATED SEPTEMBER I, 1933 FOR CORROSION RESISTING STEEL SHEETS EITHER GRADE I OR GRADE 4 MATERIAL OR MAY BE COpDER-NICKEL ALLOY COMPLYING WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS No. QQ-C-541, TYPE III, CUl,S S A, FULL FIN I SHED. (A) THE ON ALL EXPOSED SURFACES SHALL BE EQUIVALENT TO A FINE EMERY (r80) FINISH. 408. THE COUNTER COVERI NG SHALL BE No... 16 GAUGE (.0625 INCH). THE EDGES SHALL BE BEVELED AND OVAL HEADED COUNTERSUNK SCREWS NOT OVER 4 INCHES APART. SCREWS TO BE SAME METAL AS COUNTER COVERING. 409. ALL METAL SHALL BE FORMED, CUT, DR I LLED AND OTHERWI SE FITTED IN THE SHOP AND PROPERLY PROTECTED FROM DAMAGE. BRONZE WORK410. SCOPE OFWORK.--THIS PORTION OF THE SF'ECIFlctITION INCLUDES ALL THE CAST, EXTRUDED OR DRA': I N BRONZE WOf'lK AS H>:RE I N Ri:QU I RED AND/OR AS NOTED IN THE DRAWINGS (EXCEP T SUCH BRONZE AS IS FURNISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT, AND IS NOT INCLUDED IN CONTRACT). 411. SHoP DRAWl SHOP DR/, "I NGS IN QUADRUPL I CATE FOR ALL BRONZE WORK SHALL BE SUBMITTED FOR APP ROVAL OF THE ARCHITECT AND NO WORK SHALL BE FABRICATED UNTIL SUCH APPROVAL IS GIVEN. HS -57

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. 412. SHOP SHALL ME THOD OF ERECTION OR PLACING THE THICKNESS OF ALL METALS, ,THE DETAILS OF ALL CAS TINGS, AND SHALL CONTAIN FULL AND COMPL ETE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING THE NECESSARY REo INFORCEMENT, ANCH ORAGE A N D STRUCTURAL SU P PORTS. 413. WORKlviANSHlr ) .--ALL WORKMANSH .lP MUST BE FIRST CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BEST PRACTICE. ALL WORK SHALL BE CLEAN AND SHARP AND SHALL BE ARTISTICALLY TREATED BY SKILLED WORKTHE FINISH SHALL B E ANTIQUE VERDE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.&-. 414. ALL WORKMANSHIP SHALL BE FABRICATED AND ASSEMBLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROVED SHOP FULL SIZE DRAWINGS AND MODELS FURNISHED -BY THE GOVERNMENT. ENRICHMENT SHALL BE PROPERLY LAID OUT AND SPACED SO THAT THERE SHALL BE NO "CUT-OFTS" OR OTHER UNCERTAIN FINISH. 415. ALL CAST BRONZE SHALL SECURED WITH BOLTS, TOP SCREWS, OR LAG SCREWS; WHERE PRACTICABLE ALL SCREWS AND BOLT HEADS SHALL BE CONCEA LED. WHERE THIS IS I MPRACTICABLE ON EXTERIOR FACES THEY SHALL BE COUNTERSUNK. 41 b.' CAST I NGS SHALL BE OF FINE TEXTURE, UNWAHPED f,ND SOUND; ALL LINES SHALL 8E SHARP, PROFILES ACCURATE AND ORNAMENT TRUE TO PATTERN ARTIsTICALLY REPRODUCING THE SPIRIT OF T.HE MODELS OR FULL SIZE DRAWING. ALL .ORNAMENTS SHALL BE DELIC ATELY HAND CHASED AND UNDERCUT WHERE NECESSARY TO RESTORE AND FAITHFULLY THE DETAIL OF THE MODELS. THE BACKGROUND OF ALL ORNAMENT BE CLEANED AND LEFT AS IT COMES FROM THE MOULD. CASTINGS SHALL OF P ROPER THICKNESS TO INSURE PERFECT WORK AND THE REQUIRED FOR THEI R INTENDED PUR P OSE. FACES OR SURFACES OF METAL IN SHALL B E MACHINED TO A HAIR METAL-TOMETAL JOINT. BOLTS AND HOLES B E PROVIDED AS DET A ILED. 4 17. FLAG POLES.--THE B/\SE OF THE FLA G POLE S SHALL BE CAS T BRONZE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH FULL SIZE DET AILS AND MODELS, ALLOWING THE POLES TO SLIP THROUGH THE CORE. SEE DETI', IL DR AW ING G-200. 417A. FLAG POLE CLEATS S H ALL B E GRASS. FOR SHAP E AND MOUNTING SEE NG No. G-200. 418. THRESHCLDS.--THRES HOLDS FOR DOUBL E D OORS SHALL B E CUT OR COUNTERSUNK FOR FOOT BOLTS WHERE DETAILED AND ALL THRESHOLDS CUT OUT TO ALLOW FOR THE'r.'lOUNTING OF SPRING DOOF{ HINGES WHERE DETAILED.Fcm THE TYPE, DIMENSI O NS, AND MET HOD OF PL AC ING BRON Z E THRESHOLD SEE DRAWI NGS G-200,. I, G-202 AND G-203. 4l9. PEN TRAYS AND PEDESTAL BASE.--PEN TRAYS AND PEDESTAL BASE SHALL 6E OF BRONZE POLISHED ON E XPOSED SURFAC E S A N D FINISHED A MEDIUM SHALL HAVE SHAR P LINES AND ACCURATE PROFILES, AND DE FREE FROM DEFECTS. TRAYS SHALL 8 E CAS T .l\ND SECURED FROM THE UNDERS IDE WITH SCREW S AND W ASHERS. RECEPTACLES FOR MONE Y ORDE R BLANKS SHALL BE 2 X 4 X 8 INCHES (OUTSIDE DI MENSIONS) A N D O F NOT LI GHTER THAN 18 B &S G AUGE BRONZE AND SHALL 8E TOP SCREWE D TO THE PEN TRAYS ON ONE DESK ONLY NEAR THE MONEY ORDER WINDOW. BASE BE 1/16 INCH THICK AND SECURED WITH COUNTE ; : ISUNK OVAL HEAD 420. RADIATOR GRILLES.--THE Rf,DI.l\TOR GRILLES SHt>.LL 8E OF CONCENTRIC SQUARES DESIG N PUNCHED FHOM HEAVY GAU GE ORONZE (MINIMUM 9 GAUGE) AND FINISHED .TO HARMONI ZE WITH ADJ/\CENT M ETAL WOilK. THE SMALL GRILLES (N THE MA I NLOOBY SHALL BE SL IGHTL Y. FlECESSED FRO M THE SURFACE OF THE MAR J LE FINISH AND MOUNTED ON METAL ANGLE CLIPS F ROM THE BACK. THE -58-HS

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. LARGE GRILLES IN THE LOJay AND EAST LOBBY SHALL BE RECESSED FROM THE PLASTER WALL SURFACE AND MOUNTED FROM THE BACK OF METAL ANGLE SUPPORTS LET INTO THE MASONRX. FOR DETAILS OF DESIGN AND MOUNTING SEE DRAWINGS Nos. G-207; .G-208; GPH450. VAULT DOORS 421. FOR CONSTRUCTION OF VAULT DOORS SEE DETAIL DRAVJlNG No. G-206. COMBINATION LOCKS SHALL HAVE GRAVITY FENCE AND HOOK LEVER. ALL LOCKS SHALL HAVE BRONZE CASES. KEY LOCKS SHALL HAVE FOUR OR MORE LEVER TUMDLERS, AND FOUR KEYS SHALL BE FURNISHED WITH EACH LOCK. 422. THE DOORS SHALL BE FABRICATED BY MANUFACTURERS OF RECOGNIZED STANDING. THE CONTRACTOR FOR THIS PROJECT SHALL SUBMIT TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, WITHIN AMPLE TIME FOR FACTORY IN SPECTION, THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF THE DOOR SETS AND LOCKS GIVING THE CLASS AND TYPE OF COMBINATION AND KEY LOCKS WITH CATALOGUE NUMBERS, ALSO WHETHER RIGHT OR LEFT. AFTER SUCH SUBMISSION THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE ADVISED OF THE WPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL OF THE MANUFACTURER OF THE DOORS, ALSO WHETHER THE LOCKS PROPOSED ARE SAT ISFACTORY. SHOP INSPECTION BEFORE SHIPPING WILL BE MADE IF CONSIDERED NECESSARY BY THE GOVERNMENT. 423. SHOULD THE CONTRACTOR DESIRE TO SUBSTITUTE A DOOR DEVIATING IN MINOR RESPECTS FROM DOORS SHOWN ON THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS, HE SHALL SUBMIT SHOP DRAWING THEREFOR IN TRIPLICATE FOR APPROVAL. 424. THE AND fiNISHING OF VAULT DOOR IS SPECIFIED ON DRAWING No. G-206. CLEAR PYROXYLIN LACQUER MAY BE SUBSTITUTED AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE TRANSPARENT VARNISH NOTED. STEEL V-J INOONS 425. GENERAL.--THE WINDOWS SHALL BE FURNISHED COMPLETE WITH ALL NECESSARY ANCHORS, HARDWARE AND EQUIPMENT AS HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED UNDER THE FOLLOWING TYPES: PIVOTED WINDOWS, MECHANICALLY OPERATED. PIVOTED AND HINGED WINDOWS, MANUALLY OPERATED. RIGID STEEL SASH WINDOWS (NON-VENTILATING). 426. GLAZING IS INCLUDED UNDER "Guss AND GLAZING. II 427. FIELD PAINTING IS INCLUDED UNDER "PAINTING AND FINJSHING." 428. GROUTING Ar-JD CALKING OF WINDOWS IS INCLUDElD UNDER "BRICK WORK, HOLLOWING TILE I/VORK, ETC." 429. HARDNARE SHALl. BE OF BRONZE WITH DULL FINISH IN STATUARY BRONZE COLOR, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, AND OF PLAIN HEAVY PATTERN. BRONZE HARDWARE NOT AN INTEGRAL PART OF WINDOW SHALL BE SHIPPED UNATTACHED AND CAREFULLY TO PREVENT DAMAGE. 430. WHERE HAHDI.IiARE IS SPECIFIED TO BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL, PHOTOSTATS OR DRAWINGS OF PARTS ON PERMANENT FILE IN THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, WILL BE CONSIDERED SUFFICIENT, PROVIDED THREE COPIES ARE SUBMITTED WITH THE SHOP DRAWINGS, FOR APPROVAL. HS -59

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ST. AUGUSTINE 9 FLA.) P. O. AND CU. H. 431. MECHANICAL MECHANICAL OPERATORS SHALL BE FURNISHED COMPLETE BY THE WINDOW MANUFACTURErl. ALL WINDOWS OF THE VENTILATING TYPE AND SUCH WINDOWS AS MAY BE INDICATED ON THE 'DRAWINGS OR HEREiNAFTER SPECIFI,ED SHALL BE OPERATED. -, 432. MATERII\LS, GAUGES AND WEIGHTS OF SECTIONS.--ALL WINDm'IS, 8XCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, SHALL BE OF SOLID HOT ROLLED SECTIONS OF GENUINE PUDDLED WROUGHT IRON CONFORMING WITH A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATION A-84-30 GRADE C, OR SH/\LL BE OF SOL I D SECT IONS HOT ROLLED FROM NEW BILLETS OF STRUCTURAL GRADE STEEL AND ZINC COATED AFTER FABRICATION. HOT ROLLED SECTIONS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN, 1/8 INCH THICK EXCEPT AS MAY BE HERE I NAFTER SPEC I F I ED. Irq:: IMUM TOLERANCE FOR DEF IC I ENCY IN THE LIMITING WEIGHTS OF SPECIFIED JS 3 PER CENT. WROUGHT IRON SECTIONS SHALL S:: AT L"C{l.ST 1-1/2 INCHES IN DEPTH. GAUGES OF METAL SPECIFIED ARE U.S. AND SHALL DE THE MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE UNDER THE CONTRACT. 433. METAL COP.TING SHt\LL BE ZINC, CADMIUM, 08 AN ALLOY OF TIN AND LEAD CONTt.INING AT LEAST 24 PER CENT TIN. 434. STEEL ALLOYS AND METAL COt, TED MATER I ALS SHALL SHalt! NO RUST AFTER 72 HOURS 90NTINUOUS EXPOSURE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE TO THE SPRAY OF 20 PER CENT SALT (SODIUM CHLORIDE) SOLUTION. THE TEST WILL BE MADE AT THE GOVERNMENT'S EXPENSE AND BY THE METHOD IN CIRCULAR No. 80 OF THE U.S. BUREAU OF STANDAnDS. THE TEST SAMPLE MAY BE 'NY SELECTED WINDOW OR PORTION OF A WINDOW TAKEN BEFORE OR AFTER SHipMENT. IF THE FIRST SAMPLE FAILS TO MEET THE 'TEST NOT MORE THAN ONE ADDITIONAL SMliPLE SE SELECTED FOR ANY ONE CONTr,ACT. I F THE ADDITIONAL SAMPLE FAILS TO MEET THE TEST SUCH FAILURE SHALL CONSTITUTE CAUSE FOR THE REJECTION OF THE MATERIAL. 435'. WINDCW SIZES.--WHERE THE ARCHITECTURAL,DESIGN WILL PERMIT, ALL PIVOTED, WINDOWS-SHALL BE FURNISHED IN THE STANDARD SIZES AS RECOMMENDED BY THE DIVISION OF SIMPLIFIED AND SHOWN MOSTLY IN PAMPHLET R-72 OR SUCH REVISIONS OR ADDITIONAL STANDARDIZATION AS MAY HEREAFTER BE ESTABLISHED'THROUGH PROPOSAL BY THE SOLID SECTION STEEL WINDOW INDUSTRY AND APPROVED BY THE DIVISION OF SIMPLIFIED PRACTICE. 436. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED IN QUAIlRUPLICATE FOR APPROVAL. DRAWINGS SHALL FULL SIZE'SECTIONS OF SASH AND FRAMES, DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION, HARDWARE AND METHODS OF ANCHORING. 437. SHOP PA INTI NG.--ALL WINDOlfJS' SHALL BE THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND GIVEN A SHOP COAT OF PAINT ON ALL SURFACES BEFORE SHIpMENT. PAINT FOR UNCOATED STEEL SHALL BE ,AN.I'RON OX'IDE, GREY METf,U:.IC OR SIMILAR WATERPROOF AND RUST INHIBITIVE PAINT. PAINT FOR COATED STEEL SHALL BE SPEC I ALL Y PRE;F;ARED TO MEET COND I T IONS PECIJL I AR TO THE METAL USED AS A COATING. 438. ERECT I ON.--WI NDOVJS OF t\LL TV I ES SHr,LL BE SET AFTER THE WALLS ARE 8Ult.'T OR THEY SHALL BE BUILT. INTO THE WALLS AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR. ALL FRAMES OR WINDOWS SHALL BE BRACED AS NECESSARY TO PREVENT DISTORTION AND SHALL BE SET STRAIGHT, PLUMB AND LEVEL. 439. BE USED FOR SETTING ALL WINDOWS IN PREPARED MASTIC SHALL BE USED IN SUFFICIENT QUANTITY TO PROVIDE A WEATHERT IGHT SEAL _BETWEEN III I NDOWS AND W'ALL CONSTRUCT ION. THE MAST I C SHALL BE NONSTAINING AND SPECIFICALLY ADAPTED FOR SUCH USE AND SHALL NOT BE AFFECTED BY WEATHER CONDITIONS OR INSIDE TEMPERATURES. 440. ADJUSl1v1ENT WINDOWS, .SHALL HAVE CAREFUL ADJUSTMENT' BEFORE GLAZING. ALL WINDOWS SHALL BE, LEFT-IN 'A IJ!EATHERTIGHT CONDITION AND IN.. PERFECT WORKING ORDER. -, _60_ HS

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. &OU.H. PI VOT'fI) WI NICWS 441. SOOPE. --P IVOTED IN I NDOWS, 1.1tI1 TH fVi'O:GHAN Ie / \ L OPE!OlI\ SH A L L BE INSTALLED AT OPENI NGS Nos. AI/34 A/34 AI/36 A/36 AI/38 A/38. P I VOTED Ijn NDO"JS, Mf., NUnLY OPERATEI', BEl NSTALLED AT OPEN I NGS Nos. 8/I-B/2-B/4-B/5-B/6-A/JI, AN D A/33. 442. AND MUNTIN SF:CTI01\J S SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 1/3;8 INCHF S Dr:: EP, "0 BACK. GLASS REBATESSH/.\LL BE NOT LESS THAN 5/16 INCH t.Oq 7/16 INCH DEEP. FRAME MEMBERS SHALL PROVIDE FOR A FLt T 8 = "'l ING OF N C T L.ESS TH{,N 1/2 INCH AGt\INST THE WALL Ap P LIE1 ) WE ATHFRING MEMBERS SHALL BE NOT LIGHTER TH/'.N No. i6 G / \ UCC:: 443. MULL. I ONS SH;,LL Gr: OF SPEG I ; 0 T ROLLED T OR H MEMBERS OR STANDARD HOT ROLLED STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL SHAPES ARE USED FOR HOR I ZONT/'.L MULL 1m,s, N O SizES LES ::; THil.N 3/16 INCH IN SCHEDULED THICKNESS SHALL 'BE EMPLciYED. M0LLIONS BE SUBJECT TO CHECK BY THE FOR STRENGTH AND RIGIDITY. 444. OONSTRUCTION --SECTIONS SHALL BE STRAIGHT AND CLOSELY FITTED AT ALL JOINTS: MEMBERS SHALL BE COPED DR MITRED, THEN WELDED OR TENONED AND RIVETED. MUNTIN INTERSECTIONS SHALL BE MECHANICALLY INTERLOCKED OR WELDED. ON WELDED JOINTS SURPLUS WELDING MATERIAL SHALL BE DRESSED FROM ALL EXPOSED AND CONTACT SURFACES. PROVIDE SPRING WIRE CLIPS FOR GLAZING, NOT TH A N FOUR PER LIGHT .:145. VENT I U\ TORS SHALL BE HUNG O N SUBST ANT I AL PIVOTS 1r,IH I CH SHALL BE FULLY WEATHERED AND LOCATED, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, AT THE SIDES FROM 2 INCHES TO 4 ABOVE THE CENTER. VENTILATORS SHALL SWING OUT AT THE DOr-iOM. VENTI LATO,'lS ,'\ND THEI R NG FRi"MES SHALL BE DESIGNED TO FORM A CONTINUOUS TWO-POINT, TO METAL THE ENTIRE THE DES IGN OF SHAL ', OUTSIDE DRIPS AT TOP 446. H';RI1W\RE.--SHALL BE STEEL OFl I CiO N EfSH VENTl LATOR SHALL' HAVE A SPRING CATCH OPERATED BY A CHAIN EXTEN I ING TO EASY REACH OF THE FLOOR. OHA I N HOLDERS SH/\LL BE P F;OV IDED TO HOLD THE SASH OPEN to,T':' ANY ANGLE. OHAIN AND HOLrERS SHALL B E ZINC 447. OPER:\TCRS.--VENTIL: ,TOF\s O F WINDO'JdS Nos. A/31A/32-A/33-A/34A/35 & A/35/\ SHALL B E Ir,; GOF 12 I\ND 6 BY OPERATORS, OF THE FOLLOWING TYPE AND CONTROL. 448. OHI\ IpaAEP, STEEL ShAFT ON, WOFJv1 GEi\R OPER,nOR.--THE SHI\LL 8E F jO:.1 FLOO' ; BY A SUi tABLE HAND CHAIN, OPERATING OVE R A CHAIN CHAIN GUAlD. WHEEL SHALL BE ACCURATELY DRILLED AND SECURELY O N SHAFT. OHAIN SHALL 2 FEET A BOVE THE FLOOR. THERE SHALL BE TWO VERT I CtlL PIPE SHAFTS 3 / 4 INCH IN DI ,'\r,r;EF'R 3Y POltlE f i BR,'\CKETS TO WALL COLUMNS, FITTED WITH BEVEL THRUST BEARINGS AND W6RMS. ONE OF THESE VERT I CAL SH/\FTS SHi\L!. COf\:TROL ,'\ 2 6 wI EACH RUN, fIND THE OTHER A 2 ROW 3 EACH RUN. SHALL BF FOUR PIPE SHAFTS NOT LES3 THAN I INCH DI,'\MET':R ','11TH BE/,RINGS ON POWER BRACKETS, STEEL PUSH ARMS SHALL BE RIGIDLY CLAMPED TO THE HORIZONTAL SHAFTS AND CONNECTED TO THE VENTILATOR BY PUSH ROD AND HINGE BRACKET. THE MACHINE CUT GEARS AND MACHINED SHALL BE HOUSED IN DUSTPROOF WITH PROVISIONS FOR LUBRICATION. Two OF THE POWER BRACKET CASES SHALL BE FOR END MOUNTING ON H ORIZONTAL PIPE SHAFTS AND FOR CENTER MOUNT ING. No SINGLE LINE SHALL EXTEND TH ,'\N 30 FEET EITHER OR BOTH SIDES OF THE POWE :=i. SEE DiiAWING No. G-201 FOR DETAILS. FRK -61

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ST. FLA., P.O AND CU. H. 449. MANUALLY OPER r\TED VENTIU\TORS.--THE ON Nos. A/31 AND '\133 S H All BE H,'\ ND SE; 7 DR .', .!!I I G-204 FOR DET A I lS. A. FOri HINGED SEEl SASH V ; I Nos. B/I-B/2-B/4-B/5 AND B/6 SEE DET A I l DFl ,1\Vo1 1NG G-204. 45'0. RIGID STEEL SASH WI NOO.VS, NOt\J-v'E i\lTILATINGi.--THE AT OPEN I NGS Nos. 1/35'-1/36-0/1 AND P/I SHI\llBE NON-VENT IlAT I NG /\ND SHAll BE SET RIGIDLY IN THE OPENINGS. SEE No. G-302 DETAILS. 45'1. GLAZING SH .'ll BE ,\PPlIED F::10 rJ. THE INTERI01 AND HELD IN PLACE BY GLAZiNG f liPS AND FACE PUTTY, AS IS SPECIFIED UNDER "Glr 'lS S Gl.\ZING." FREI GHT ELEVATOR HOI STN;\y El\'TR/\i'JCC:S. 45'2. SCOPE.--THE HOISH',', Y OPENINGS F.:lEVAT OR SHALL 3E PROVIDED, BY THE METAL FRAMES COMPLETE, CONS ISTING OF HEADERS, JAMBS EXTEN S ION A ND MET A L S ILLS, All AS INDI C:,TED ON D C l fII! 1 NGS A S SPEC I F I Er'. Su: DET AI l D l il, l l I NG No. G-204. 453. SILLS. --THE MET l,l SILLS BE ONE rJ I ECF NON-SL I P TYPE OF THE BUilT-UP PLATE AND ANGLE NON-SLI P TYPF.:. THICKNESS OF SJll SHAll NOT BE lESS THAN 3/8 INCH. T : i E SilL SH {;ll BF ,)F THE S ,',ME WIDTH AS JI\MB O PENING. THE Sill SH All BE iil GIDlY ANCHOR E D A ND EXPANSION BOLTED TO THE GiOUTED SOLID. SIllS SHALL 8E SET IF.:VEl AND THF.: EDGES SHAll B E PLUMB AND IN :lI G NMENT WITH THE lINE OF GUIDES, WHICH WilL SE EST A GLISHED TH E EQUIPMENT IS INSTl\llED, SO THAT BE VI\:lIATION IN THE DISTANCE aEH'EEN THE J)F ,"'Ll SillS THE P l ;'.TFO:\M. 454. JAMBS AND HEADS SHALl BE OF STEEL ANGLES OR IRON AS INDICATED. COLD ROllED SECTIONS SHALL BE OF AT lEAST 12 GAUGE STEEL PLATE. CASTINGS SHALL BE STRAIGHT AND TRUE, AT LEAST 1/4 INCH THICK AND W1TH SMOOTH EXPOSED SURFACES FREE FROM DEFECTS. HOT ROllED SECTIONS SHALL BE OF STAND;:'RD STRUCTURAL STEEL SHAPES. JOINTS AT INTERSECTIONS OF JAMBS AND HEADS SHAll BE WELDED OR RIVETED AND FINISHED SMOOTH ON EXPOSED SURFACES. FRAMES SHhlL BE SET STRAIGHT AND PLUMB AND S ECURELY ANCHORED IN PLACE. 455. ERECTION.--THE VJO ;lf< SHt'll b E E 'i ::CHD If!ITH A CCU: \ ACY MH1 .".ll SUiJ F'O'lT I NG 8H,;lL BE K I G I DL Y SECUCiED TO THE STi1UCTURAl PART S OF THE aUllDING. All PARTS SHAll DE PLUMB AND 456. OF FCiAMES SH/\ll 3E THOROUGHLY ClEmED ,'\t\!D GIVEN A SHOP C OI\T O F PAINT I N SillS SHALL SF.: PAINTED WITH lAMP BLACK AND llNSEr r Oil. All OTHEl SHOP SHALL B E RED lEAr P A INT MI XED I N THE PROPOriT I ) NS O F 25 POUNDS OF V i E RET.' lEAD TO E ACH Gt,lLON OF LlNSEr::r Oil I\NT' 1/2 PINT O F a ll r:-il P ,'\I N T SHALL :':i E "'Ell 8 ::\USHED OUT r--' A SM, ') ) TH UN I COAT I NG. 45'7. ALL C 0 UNTE:BAlANCEJ: W ) I STWll.Y D')o' ) R S FOR FKE I GHT ELF.VAT0R, INSTAllATI 0 N SHAll BE PAINTED WITH N O T lFSG THAN THREE COATS n F lEAD AND OIL PAINT O F A COL O R DIRECTED B Y TH E ENGINEER. COUNTER-BALANCED D0',)RS IN I ll e E FU R N I I N G Y THE C ONT1ACT'l; 1 ElEVA-'O;-; -62-FRK

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ST. AUGUST 1['ojE FLA., p.O. ;\ND CU. H. STE:::L ROLLI CURTA INS. 458. THE CURT/.INS AT P:.RCEL PeST C)UNH'i SHALL :i E OF THE MECHANICll.L-LY RnLLING TynE. ALL SHEET METAL PARTS SH:LL DE ZINC COATED AND N O T LIGHTER THAN N o 20 U. S. GAUGE. 459. CU ,H;,INS SH \ LL ,:;E GUILT 0 F INTERLOCI
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ST. AUGUST IFLA. P.O. Ai'JJ CU,H. HOL.LOW METAL 'NOSK 465. SCOPE OF UNDER THIS SECTION OF THE Si"FCIFI CATION CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: HOLLOW METAL DOORS, RUCKS AND FRAMES. (A) GLASS AND STRUCTURAL STEEL BUCKS OR LINTELS ARE INCLUDED IN THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR SUCH WORK, r466. DhANINGS.--SHOP IN QUD,DRUPLICATE SHOWING THICKNESSES OF METAL, OF C0NSTRUCTION 9 PROFILES OF MOULDINGS, CONNECTIONS TO OTHER WORK, FASTENINGS, ANCHORS, ETC., SHALL BE SUBMITTED FOR THE ApcROVAL OF THE 467. 1V'IATEhl ALS --EXPOSED MEMBERS OF HOLLOW STEEL SHALL BE OF COLD ROLLED FURNITURE STOCK STEEL THAT BEEN PROPERLY ANNEALED AND PROCESS LEVELED AND HAS SMOOTH, CLEAN (A) CONCEALED STRUCTURAL OR REINFORCING MEMBERS SHALL BE WELL FINISHED SHEET STEEL OR ROLLED STEEL SHAPES. 468. GAUGES SPEC I F I ED .!\RE U. S. SHNDP,RD FOr< SHEET STEEL AND SHALL BE MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE UNDER THE CONTRACT, (A) SHEET STEEL SHALL BE OF THE FOLLOWING: STEEL 14 Gt,UGE, (,018 INCHES) COMBINATION BUCKS FRAMES 5 14 GAUGE (.078 INCHES) SASH FRAMES IN POST OFFICE 16 GAUGE. RAILS AND STILES OF DOORS AND SASH, 18 GAUGE (.050 INCHES) Pr.,NELS MORE THAN 60 INCHES THE DIASON.I'-l., 18 Gf,UGE. MOULDINGS, GLAZING BEADS, MUNTINS, ETC., AND PANELS 60 I NCHEf' OR LESS ON THE DI 20 GI\UGE INCHES) 469. FINISHED ':'10RK SHALL BE AND RIGID, NEAT IN APPEARANCE FREE FROM DEFECTS. PLAIN BE SMOOTH AND FREE FROM WARPING OR BUCKLE. MOLDED MEMBERS SHALL BE CLEAN CUT, qTRAIGHT AND TRUE. MITERS SHALL BE WELL FORMED AND IN TRUE ALIGNMENT. FASTENINGS SHALL BE CONCEALED WHERE PRACTICABLE. EXPOSED SCREWS SHALL HAVE COUNTERSUNK OVAL HEADS. 470. CONSTRUCT ION JO I NTS OF STEEL SHALL BE WELDED THE I R FULL LENGTH AND CLEANED OFF FLUSH ON EXPOSED SURFACES. SPOT WELDING SHALL BE USED WHERE PRACTICABLE IN TO THE USE OF RIVETS, SCREWS AND BOLTS. 471. DOOFlS SHALL HAVE NOT MORE THAN 3/32 INCH CLE/\RfINCE AT JAMBS AND HEADS, AND SHALL HAVE THE PROPER BEVEL ON LOCK STILES RAILS TO OPERATE WITHOUT BINDING. THEY SHALL BE OUT OF WIND AND REINFOnCED AT CORNERS TO SAGGING OR TWISTING. 472. SUITABLE SINKAGES SHA.LL BE Pf.lOVIDED IN D00RS, CABINET JAMBS, ETC., FOel ALL t ,iiORT I SE C0UNTErlSUNK STEEL REI MENT SHALL BE I NSE r HED FO" ATTfI.CHI NG ALL AND SHI\LL BE OF AMPLE SIZE TO STIFFEN THE SHEET METAL AGAINST THE STRflN OF SERVICE REQUIRED. 473. REI NFORCEiv'lENT FO n LOCKS Af\!D ESCUTCHE.:ONS SHALL BE BOX TYPE AT LEAST 16 GAUGE WITH SPRING LEAF LOCK REINFORCEMENT FOR BUTTS SHALL BE AT LEAST 10 INCH E S LONG AND NOT LESS THAN .156 INCH THICK (No.9 GAUGE). FS -64

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 474. FITTING FOR HARIWIARE SHALL DONE AT THE FACTORY, EITHER TO TEMPLATES OR TO THE HARDWARE, AS MAY REQUIRED. 475. CO\/IBINAT 10['! BUCKS AN]) FRAr,S SHALL HAVE RnATES TO RECE IVE THE HINGED WHE R E PLASTE R OCCURS, THE EDGE OF THE FRAME SHALL n E FLANGED 2 INCHES AND FORM A PLASTER GROUND. PROVISION SHALL 'E MADE FOR ANCHORING AND FO R SECURING TRIM. BED M OULDS AT UNFINISHED JAM1S MAY APPLIED OR FORMED INTEGRALLY WITH THE FRAME. DOOR JAM'S SHI',LL 1E TO THE AND ALL JAMn S SHALL HAVE ANCHORS AT LEAST EVE R Y 3 FEET IN HEIGHT .476. DOORS SHALL BE 1-3/4 I TH I CK UNLESS OTHERW I SE SPEC I F I ED. RAILS AND STILES, EXCLUSIVE OF APPLIED MOULDINGS, SHALL BE MADE FROM SINGLE EXCEPT THAT BOTTOM RAILS OF DOORS MAY BE FORMED OF TWO SHEETS WELDED TO REINFORCING CHANNELS STILES AND LOCK RAILS OF DOORS SHALL BE FILLED ALONG THE CENTER WITH SOLID STRIPS OF COMPRESSED CORK AT LEAST 2-1/2 INCHES WIDE. BOTTOM RAILS OF DOORS SHALL HAVE INTERIOR CROSS BRACING. 477. PANELS SHALL FIN I SH AT LE/\ST 1/4 I f\JCH TH I CK AND SHALL HAVE A CONTINUOUS CORE OF COMPRESSED INSULATING M ATERIAL SUCH AS CORK, FELT OR ASBESTOS FIBRE. 478. ApPLI ED MOULDI NGS AND SEADS SHALL BE M/\DE UP IN FRAr'J1ES WI TH WELDED OR BRAZED JOINTS. GLAZING BEADS SHALL BE FASTENED WITH OVAL HEAD SCREWS. 479. ANCHORS ROUGH BUCKS AND COlvlBll\lAT ION .BUCKS AND FRAMES SHALL BE NOT LIGHTER THAN 14 GAUGE, 3 INCHES WIDE, CORRUGATED OR PERFORATED FOR BOND AND SHALL EXTEND 10 INCHES INTO THE MASONRY WHERE PRACTICABLE. ANCHORS SHALL BE ADJUSTABLE ATTACHED SO THAT THEY CAN BE BUILT INTO THE MASONRY JOINTS WITHOUT BENDING. 480. FIN ISH ON STEEL.--ALL SURFACES SHALL BE CLEAN AND DFlY WHEN PAINT OR FINISH IS APPLIED .LINSEED OIL, FiED LEAD AND IRON OXIDE SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS Nos. JUJ-O-336, TT-R-191 AND TT-P-31. OTHm MATERIALS FOR FINISHING SHALL BE HIGH GRADE BAKING ENAMELS, VARNISHES AND LACQUERS PRODUCING DURASLE, WATERPROOF FINISH. ALL COATS SHALL BE EVENLY APPLIED. 481. ALL HOLLOW STEEL worK SHALL HAVE A PUI N ENAMEL FI NI SH t.T THE FACTORY. (A) PRIME FINISH SHALL CONSIST OF ONE DIP COAT OF RUST RESISTING PAINT BAKED ON BEFORE THE VARIOUS PARTS ARE ASSEMBLED AND, AFTER ASSEMBLY, ONE FILLER COAT AND 8NE P RIME COAT OF PAINT ON EXPOSED SUR FACES. EACH COAT SHALL BE BAKED ON AND RUBGED SMOOTH. (B) PLAIN ENAMEL SHALL CONSIST OF 3 COATS OF ENAMEL ON ALL EXPOSED SURFACES IN ADDITION TO THE PRIME FINISH ABOVE SPECIFIED. EACH COAT SHALL BE BAKED AND RURBED SMOOTH; THE FINAL COAT BEING nUB8ED TO AN EGG SHELL GLOSS. 482.MI RRORS,--ALL TOI LET ROOMS SHALL HAVE MI ;:mORS. FOR GLASS SPECIFICATIONS St::E "GLASS AND GU.ZING. 1t (A) MIR RORS SHALL BE SUPPORTED ON 18 GAUGE CHROMIUM PLATED BRASS WITH WELDED CORNERS. (B) FRAMES SHALL BE BOLTED TO PLASTERED MASONRY WALLS OR TO MARBLE WAINSCOT OR SLABS AS DETAILED, WITH BRASS BOLTS. FS -65

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ST. AUGUST I tjE, FLAo P. O. N,JD CU. H. (C) FOR 81 ZES I)F MI SEE Di'iAWI NG No G-205. SHEET METAL vVORK '483. SCOPE". --TH I S SECT I ON I NCLUDES SHEET METAL WORK Y AND SHEET IN ROOFING. (A) ALL EXT ERl u R RHEE T SHALL JE COPPER. (B) ALL I NT I 0:'; i\ l SH!\ll BE ZINC COATED. (C) FLASHINGS I N WI TH TILE lOOFING fND THEIR COUNTER-/l.RE U:'JI E .:: "' .'CH (D) INTERIOR l Oa F DRAINS! LEAD FOR PLUMBING PIPES, INCLUDED UNDER "ME C HANICAL EQUIPMENT. I (E) LEAL PANS FOR SH')WER 1 1'!Cl')SUf1ES ARE UNDER rVip,R3L E" 484. STEEL AI'[) 1SHAll DE CLEAN, V!ELL r::' 1 N I SHED SHEETS THAT WILL STAND SENJlING WITH'JUT Ci(ACKING on (A) STEEL SHALL BE S ) FT GRrlI E. THE surA OF MflGtINESE, PW)SPHORUS AND 8 f l I CON I THE STEEL SHI\lL N0T EXCEED ? 70 PE;-j CENL COFPER-3EAiil NG STEEL SH/\Ll GDNTAI N NOT lESS THAN 0.20 CENT COF'PER. STEEL SflEETS MAY 8E EI THE I'] WI n: QR WI THOUT COPPER in THE Oi.)T I ON OF THE EXCEPT WHEi'lE COP,'t;:R-BEARI NG STEEL IS SPECIFIED. CB) I SHrILL NOT CONTil1 N M0ClE TH/\N C.25 PErl CENTC i"iRBON, MANGANESE, SUlPHUM, PHOSPHOfWS i\ND Sf l I C')N I N THE AGG8EGf,TE THE ADDITION OF COPPER WITH WITHOUT MOLYEDENUM TO THE OPTION/'lL. 485. ZINC COATED SHEr::T METAL SHt,llCOMPLY IfJITHFI;DE,iflL SPECIFICA"; TION No. 0.0.-1-6% {,ND SHALL DE STEEL OR if',ON EVENLY CO,'\TED AT LEAST 1-1/2 OUNCES (iF ZINC PER SQU/\RE FO 'OT OF SHEET. ZINC COATED METAL NOT:: THEFW!ISE SPECIFI C SHAll 3E 24 G,\UGE(.025 INCH). 486. COPPER .8H/,ll WITH FEDERl\l SPFCIFICATION No,. QQ-C-501. 'SHEET COPF'ER SH.:IlL 3E HMW OR sun p,s BEST SUITED F,)FI THE INTENDEI' M-JD SHALL 16 ,oUNCES PER SQUf,RE FJ,)T, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. Ht,MD COPPER SHALL JE USE] ) FOR C ',)RNICES" MOULDINGS., HANGING GUTTERS, DOWN SPOUTS, COUNTER FLASHINGS AND LOUVE RS. 487. SHEET LEAP SHALL COMPLY '!l IT, H FED E 'i/\l Sr)ECIFfC{lr:IO;\] QQ-L-201, SHALL WEIGH 3 PER OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. LEAD Far. EXTERI 'XI SHrIll tJ E /\Ll,jY O F LEAD AND AS Hi\;-jD lEAD; THE ANTIMONY C O NT C NT T J THAN 6 PER CENT MORE THAN 7.5 PER CENT AND THE T '') E E lEAD. 488. SOLDER SH,;lL D E GMADE M, FE} lEi1Al Si":-CIFICt,TION No. QQ-S-57I AND SHALL D EAR THE MAKER'S NAME AND 489. FO "I CO:'PER ANL' lEAD WORK SHj\LL 8E OF GrWNZE Oi1 COPPER, OTHER SHEET METAL WORK THEY SHALL BE TINNED OR ZINC C'::< ,'" TED. .. r:-(' -66-I'')

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ST, AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. CU.H. 490. PLASTIC KOOFING CEfvHJT SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION NOe SS-C-153. 491. p :) INTi NG SHALL BE LI GHT COLORED ELAST I C AND WATERPROOF. IT SHALL NOT S TAIN THE STONE NOR C ORRODE COPPER NOR B E AFFECTED BY LONG EXPOSURE TO EXTREMES O F O UTSIDE TEM PERATURES. IT SHALL GRADUALLY FORM A TCI UGH O N THE EXPOSED SURFACES, BUT UNDERNEATH THE SURFACE IT SH ALL REMAIN SOFT AND PLASTIC INDEFINITELY. IT SHALL BE MI XED TO TH E PRO P ER CON SI ST E NCY AT THE FACTORY AND SHALL BE USED ACCORDI N G T O TH S P R I NTED DIRECTIO NS. SURFACES OF STONE TH A T BE IN C ONT ACT WITH T H E COMPOUND SHALL BE CLEANED AND COATED WITH A COLORLE G S LI QU ID B E FOR E USING THE COMPOUND. 492. SHOP 0F<, A v J IOF ION JO I NTS, SKYL I GHTS AND VENT I U\TORS SHOWING THE MAT ERI A LR, O F MET A L A N D ALL DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE SUBM I TTED IN QUf.DRUPL I C/\TE FOR THE APPROV)\L OF THE ARCH I TECT. 493. WORKiViA NSHI P.--SHEET METAL A/O RK EXPOSED TO THE WEATHER SHALL BE PERMANENTLY AND WEATHER TIGHT. SUITABLE PROVISION SHALL BE MADE FOR FREE EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION WITHOUT CAU S ING LEAKS. 494. SU\MS SH/\LL BE S INGLE LO CKED S O AKED WI TH SOLDER 9 OR DOUBLE L OCKED AND MALLETED F L AT. SEAMS SHALL OVERLAP IN THE DI RECTION OF THE FLOW. SOLDERING FLUX SHALL BE NON-ACID 495. SH EET BE FP, STENED T O NOO D WO il K WITH 1-1/2 BY 3 INCH CLEATS O F THE SAM E SPAC E D N O T OVER 15 INCHES AP ART ALONG THE SEAMS; ONE END O F TH E CLE A T T O B E TURNED IN WITH THE SEAM AND THE OPPOSITE END N AILED AND TU1 N E D BACK THE NAIL HE A D. 496 COPPE R SHALL NOT IN CONT ACT WI TH ,)THE R MET J \ L, E XCEPT LEAD. WHEN I S J OINED TO SUCH OTHE R THE METALS SHALL BE SEP ARATED BY SHEET LEA D O R EQUIVALENT INSULATION. WHERE P R ACTIC A BLE, S INGLE LOCKED SEAM S O F C O PPE R B E TINNED BEFORE M ;S EMBL I NG. 497. EXPOSED E.LX;ES 'JF f AETAL ON WOOD CONSTRUCTION, SHALL BE LOCKED TO A CO NTINUOU S STRIP N A ILED T0 THE TOP OR FACE EDGE, THAN EVENLY TURNED DOWN ABOUT INCH T O FORM A FINISHED EDGE WITH A DRIP. 498 TH!r I I IBLES.--PIPES r',\ S SI NG C:") NC RETE C ONSTFWCTI O N AND STO P S IN CH A S ES SHALL HAVE ZI N C COATED METAL THIMBLES THE FULL THI CKI\J CSS QF THE C ONC:;:ETE AND 1/4 INCH Li RGER THAN THE PI PEe 499 METAL dO'J FI N...; AND C OVE rl l EXPOSED T O THE WEATH ER SHALL BE FL ASHED AND MADE W ATER-TIGHT A T ALL EDGE S ABUTTING O R CON N ECTING WITH OTHER WORK AGA I NST VERTI CAL SURFACES SH ALL UP AT L EAST 5 IN CHE S WYE nE POS SI B LE. THE TOP EDGE SHALL, PRACTICABLE) B E SECU RZD 1 2 INCH ES WITH TINNED FLASHING HOOKS OR JTHER SUIT ABLE F A S TENIN GS TriAT W ILL PERMIT FREE LONGITUDINAL M OVEMENT. (A) HANG ER nODS, BR ACES 9 ETC.! SHALL BE WITH THIMBLES COMPLETELY THEM (8) FLA SHING S aN C OMI"SITI ON R 0 0FING S H ALL BE BEDDED IN PITCH AND THE PORTI O N O N THE SHALL BE C 0 VERED WITH TWO LAYEnS FELT AND PITCH 16 INCHES WIDE BEF RE THE M ATERIALS ARE APP U IED. FS -67

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SL AUGUST 1NE, FLA" P.O. AND CU. H. 500. COUNTERFLASHINGS.--COUNTERFLASHINGS FOR SHEET METAL SHALL BE OF THE SAME MATERIAL AS THE FLASHINGS AND FOR PLASTIC FLASHINGS SHALL BE OF COPPER. 501. ALL FLASHINGS, BOTH METAL AND PLASTIC, HAVING THE TOc EDGE EXPOSED AND NOT OTHERWISE WATERTIGHT, SHALL BE COUNTERFLASHED. THE COUNTERFLASHING SHALL BE IN PIECES NOT OVER 10 FEET IN LENGTH, SHAPED TO LIE FLAT AGAINST THE FLASHING OVERLAP THE SAME NOT LESS THAN 4 INCHE S END JOINTS SHALL LAP 3 INCHES AND THE METAL AT CORNERS SHALL6ECONTINUOUS AROUND THE ANGLE OR SHALL BE LOCKED AND SOLDERED. 502. COUNTERFLASH I AGA I NST M/I.S0NRY OR CONCRETE SHALL HAVE THE TOP EDGE BENT UP 1/4 I NCH AND TUi'lNED I NTO GROOVES OR REGLETS (,T LEAST 1-1/2 INCHES WHERE POSS I BLE. THE METAL SH/\LL BE FAST ENED EVERY 12 INCHES WITH LEAD WEDGES OR METAL CLIPS, AND THE GROOVES OR REGLETS FILLED SOLID WITH POINTING COMFOUND FORCED INTO PLACE. EXPOSED EDGES OF METAL SH ALL BE SLIGHTLY BROKEN FOR STIFFNESS. 503. COUNTERFLASHINGS FOR HANGER RODS, BRACES, ETC., PASSING THROUGH ROOFS SHALL 8E SOLDERED TO THE RODS OR BRACES; THE METAL FIRST BEING THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND TINNED. 504. THROUGH FLASHINGS OF CHI rv',PED COPPER SH/\LL BE PROVIDED BELOW THE PARAPET COPINGS, FOR C OUNTERFLASHI N G S IN MASONRY PARAPETS AND WHERE LOW ROOFS A BUT THE SUPERST RUCTU RE, AND AS INDICATED ON DRAWINGS FLASHINGS IN PARA PETS SHALL EXTEN D THROUGH THE WALL TO IN I TH IN 1/2 I NCH OF THE EXTER lOR Ft\CE AND THE UNEXPOSED EDGE SHALL BE TURNED UP A80UT 1/4 I NCH TO TURN SEEPAGE WATER TO THE R OOF. ALL THROUGH FLASHINGS, EXCEPT THOSE IN PARAPETS, SHALL EXTE N D THROUGH THE WALL AND TURN UP ;';T LEAST 2 I ON THE UNEX POSED FACE. THROUGH FLASHINGS SHALL BE PLACED WITH THE CRIMPING AT RIGHT ANGLES 10 THE RUN O F THE WALL. END JOINTS SHALL BE SINGLE LOCKED NOT LESS THAN I INCH 505. 1N f TE/\D OF CR IMPED THi\OUGH FLASH I NGS Mt, Y B E OF SHEET COPPER THAT HAS BEEN FORMED TO BOND IN THE MORTAR BED AND PREVENT LATERAL IN 80TH DIR ECTIONS THE BONDING FEATURES SHALL OCCUR AT INTERVALS OF NOT M ORE TH A N 3 INCHES AND SHALL BE A SERIES OF RIBS EXTENDING TRANSVERSELY OF THE SHEET OR A S ERIES OF RIBS AND RAISED P R OJECTIONS O R SIMIL A R OF EQU J \I ALENT EFF I C I ENCY. THE [II1ET AL SHALL BE SO FO RM ED AS NOT TO CAUSE ANY ACCUMULATION OF WATER O N THE AND NOT AE BROKEN OR PERFORATED IN ANY MANNER. THE END JOINTS SH ALL BE SO LAPPED AND LOCKED THAT W ATER WILL NO T LE A K TH nOUGH. 506. THROUGH FLASH I NGS SH(, LL BE L EAD COATED WHERE THEY \!if I LL COME IN CONTACT WITH ANY MET A L OTHER THAN COPP E R OR LEAD. 507. METAL ROOF ING SHALL BE LId D WITH FLAT SEAMS UNLESS OTHERWISE INDIC A TED. FLAT SEAM WORK COPPER BE IN SHEETS N O T LARGER THI\N 18 BY 24 INCHES. THE SHEET S SHALL BE LAID S INGLY WITH STAGGERED SEAMS AND SECURED BY TH REE CLEAT S TO EACH SHEET; TWO ON THE LONG SIDE AND ONE ON THE SH OR T SIDE. (A) FLASHINGS AND COUNTE RFLASHINGS SHALL B E AS HEREINBEFORE SPECIFIED. (B) WHERE METAL ROOFING ABUT S IT SHALL EXTEND UNDER SAME AT LEAST 6 INCHES WITH THE EDGE CRI MPED AND CLEATED EVERY INCHES. FS -68

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. aU.H. (c) OUTER EDGES OF METAL n ECK LOCKED TO THE FLASHINGS nF ADJOINI N G R OOF SECTIONS. 508. HMJG I: .j(? GUITERS SHALL BE COPPER S I NGI_E BEADED. AND SHALL HAVE CLOSED ENDS AND MITERED CONNECTIONS AT ANGLES. THEY SHALL BE GRADED AT THE R{,TE OF I I NCH IN 16 FEET TO DRf, I N TO THE OUTLETS. OUTLETS SHALL 8E FITTED WITH FLANGED THIMBLES SOLDERED TO THE GUTTERS AND EXTENDI tJG 3 I [ jCH[S I NTC) DOWN SP ')UTS, AND SHALL HAVE CLOSE PATTERN STRAINERS OF I S GAUGE WIRE; THIMBLES AND WIRE TO BE THE SAME METAL /"S TH i. GUTTERS. H/\NGERS SH!\LL BE ADJUSTABLE A(\ID NOT OVER 30 INCHES NOR MORE TH A N 12 INCHES FROM ENDS. SHALL .BE -BRASS OR BRONZE. 509. JOINTS.--G UTTERS OF 40 FEET CONTINUOUS LENGTH OR MORE SHALL HAVE EXPANSION AT THE HIGH POINTS BETWEEN OUT LETS. THESE JOI NTS SHALL BE SO MADE AS TO PE RMIT FREE MOVEMENT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE JOINT LEAK A GE. SEE DETAIL No. G-5. 510. SCUPPERS.--OPENIN G S THROUGH WALLS SHALL BE LINED WITH SHEET COPPER AND CON NECTED THE FLASHING SYSTEM. SEE DETAIL lJRAWINGS j\Jos. 5 201. 511. SPOUTS. --EXTER I O R <::HEET ME TAL SP'JUTS SH/\LL BE CORRUGATED. COPPER DOW N SP OUTS SHALL BE WITH HEAVY STRAPS OF THE S/\,ME METAL S))I_DERED TO TH!:: DOWN SP "'UT AND SECURED IN I TH SOL TS OR SCREWS. SUPPO RTS B E PL ACED ALL BENDS AND OFFSETS AND NOT OVER 10 FEET APART U N LESS DOWN SPOUTS SHALL BE HELD ONE INCH FROM THE TO WHICH THEY ARE ATTACHED. (A) ORNAMENTAL H EADS OF SPOUTS SHALL HAVE TOPS PROTECTED WITH SCR EEN W I R E ACC 0 RDING T O DETAIL (8) EXTE RIOR SPOUTS THAN SHEET METAL ARE S P ECIFIED UNDEii "MECHAf\11 C/,L EQu I PMENT". (C) D OWN SP OUTS SHALL BE PROPERLY C ONNECT E D NEAR GRADE TO THE SYSTEM. 5112.. BOOTS FOFi SHEET M ETAL D')\f!N SPOUTS W I LL BE CAST I RON OF THE SAME SHAPE AND NOMINAL SIZE AS THE PIPE AND A R E SPECIFIED UNDER "iviECHAN I C/\L EQu I PI'IiENT". 513. SPLASH PANS OF THE S / \ME MATEr; I AL AS THE C )UNTERFLf,SH I NG BEDDED IN R O O FING PITCH AND WHERE C ONNECTING WITH W A LLS, SHALL BE PROVlrED FO R D OWN SPOUT S DISCHARGING ONTO COMPOSITION R O OFS. SEE DETAILS ON N o 201. 514. CR ICKETS AND Sf.DDLES SH:\LL BE I I I ITH THE SAME METAL AS FLASHINGS AND SHALL B E LAID WITH FLAT SEAMS. THEY SHALL BE FLASHED AT LEAST 5 INCHES AGAINST VERT!CAL AND MADE WATERTIGHT WITH CAP FLASHINGS THEY SHALL EXTE N D AT LEAST 6 INCHES UNDER ADJOIt>IING SLATE OR T1LE9 BE TUF,NEl! U F AND 1/2 INCH Ai'.JD CLEATE:') AT CL0SE INTE RVALS. (A) DECK M)LDINGS F JR [xTEND AOOUT 6 I NCHES ONTO THE R'J0F I NG, BE EEHED I N Hil T PITCH fIND IN I TH TWO OF P ITCH AND FELT 16 WI D E THE IS APPLIED. DETAIL N o.5. .,. ( .;, ,.,)FS ATu, A

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ST" FLA. s P.O. AND CU.H. 515. U.TORS.--VENT I LATORS SHALL I NDUCE AN OUT'-'.I ARD FLOW OF AIR 'A,T. ,'\LL TIMES AND EXCLUDE RAIN AND SNOI.i. THEY SHALL BE RIGIDLY 3RACED AND REINFORCED, AND EXPOSED EDGES OF METAL SHALL BE BEP.DEII OR WI RED. VENT I LAT JRS SHALL HrNE SQUARE BASES MOUNTED OVER SUITABLE CURBS AND THEIR FLASHINGS, AND SHALL BE SECURELY FASTENED IN PLACE. (A) THE SI ZES OR CAPACITIES OF VENTILATORS AS SPECIFIED OR INDICATET: ON THE DRAi.'JINGS f.RE FOR VENTIL,HORS OF THE SIMPLE STATIONARY TYPE. VENTILATORS OF THE SIPHON-ACTION TYPE OR BALL BEARING ROTARY TYPE 9 AND OF THE SNJE RATED CAP/\CITY AS THE PLI'.IN STA T I ONARY VENT I LATOClS UNDER LI KE CONDI T I OtlS MAY BE SUBST I TUTED, AT THE OPTION OF CONTRACTOR 9 PROVIDED THE TYPE, DIAMETER, HEIGHT, RATED CAPACITY, AND CONDITIONS OF RATING OF EACH ARE FIRST SUBMITTED TO, AND APPROVED BY, THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC NORKS BRANCH. (8) VENTILATORS FROM UNFINISHED ROOF SPACES SHALL HAVE DAMPERS OPERATED FROM THE ROOF, THE TO INCLUDE A DEVICE BY WHICH THEY CAN BE SECURELY LOCKED IN ANY POSITION. SUCH DAMPERS SHALL HAVE PANS OF 14 OUNCE COPPER 6 INCHES THAN THE VENTILATOR, AND TWO INCHES DEEP WITH OR BEADED EDG ES THE PANS SHALL BE SET LEVEL ON SUITABLE SUPPORTS AT A DISTANCE EQUAL TO THE DIAMETER OF THE VENTILATOR, BELOW THE OF ROOF AT CENTER OF PAN. 516. VENTILATING LOUVEF.S.--L( JUVEP,S EXPOS:::D TO THE WEATHER SHALL HAVE FLANGED OR WIRED EDGES SO FORMED AS TO EXCLUDE RAIN OR LOUVERS FOR EXTERIOR O?ENINGS IN SHALL HAVE HOT ROLLED STEEL CHANNEL BUCKS BUILT INTO THE MASONRY IN ADVANCE AND WITH SUITABLE Pi-10VISION f."OR SECljRING THE LDUVE-I S IN PLA.CE (IFTER THE MASONrIY IS COMPLETE. (A) COPPER COVERED LOUVE:1S AND FRAME SHALL HAVE THE I? OUNCE COPPER COVERING DIE DRAWN ONTO THE WOOD canES. 517. V C NTllATING LOIJV ::::RS IN O P ENINGS HAVE WIRE NETTING SCREENS ON THE INSIDE OF THE L OUVERED OPENINGS. SC REENS NOT OTHERWISE SHALL BE INCH MESH -14 GAUGE COPPER WIRE IN 3/4 INCH, GRASS CHMINEL -16 G/\UGE ZINC CG/\TED \f.1IRE IN 3/4 INCH, ZINC COATED CHANNEL FRAMES. (A) VENT I LAT ING OPEN I NCS IN FOUND/\T IWr,LLS SHALL HiWE 1/4 INCH MESH ZINC COATEr WIRE NETTINGS INSIDE OF THE GRILLES. 518. DOORS, ETC. --WHEr{E iv1ET,,\L r:>nOTECT ION I S SHOWN ON THE Lm'JER PORTION OF MAILING VESTIBULE DOORS BOTH SIDES OF DOORS SHALL BE CCVEnED TO THE H e l GHT I NDI CATEr. I'!I TH 20 Gi,\UGE (.037 INCH) ZI NCCOATED METAL FASTENED BY OVAL HEAD SCREWS ABOUT 4 INCHES ALONG THE EDGES AND ABOUT 10 INCHES APART IN STAGGERED ROGS ACROSS THE OF THE SHEET. JOINTS IN THE SHALL BE OUTTED FLUSH. THE METAL SHALL BE APPLIED BEFORE ANY OR FITTINGS ARE PUT oN. 5 '19. OUTSWINGING 'flOOD DOORS {,N:r-S/\S H SHALL HAVE THE TOP EDGES COVERED WI TH 20 OU:'>JCE EVENLY FLhNGED DI)WN 1/2 I NC' H ON FACES AND EDGES. THE coprER TO BE LET IN FLUSH AND FASTENED WITH FLATHEAD SCREWS. -70-FS

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ST. AUGUSTINE? FLA. 9 P.O. AND CU.H. 520. RADIATOR RECESSES.--THE BACKS AND ENDS OF RADIATOR RECESSES SHALL BE INSULATED WITH OR CELLULAR ASBESTOS AND THEN LINED WITH ZINC cOATED SHEET METAL. THE TOP OF THE LINING SHALL BE CURVED OUTWARD TO THE FRONT OF THE RECESS. SEE DETAIL DRAWING No. G-PH-450. 521. PAINTING OF SHEET METAL.--ALL OF IRON AND STEEL WORK IN CONNECTION WITH SHEET MET A L, AND THE UNDERSIDE OF EXTERIOR TERNE PLATE, AND THE UNEXPOSED SURFACE OF EXTERIOR ZINCCOATED METAL SHALL BE PAINTED BEFORE THE WORK IS PUT IN PLACE. THE EXPOSED SURFACES OF EXT ERIOR SHEET (EXCEPT COPPER AND LEAD) SH ALL BE PAINTED ONE COAT AFTER IT is IN PLACE. 522. SURFACES THAT ARE TO BE PAINTED SHALL BE THOROUGHLV CLEANED AND ALL TRACES OF FLUX REMOVED. ZINC COATED METAL SHALL BE WASHED WITH A SOLUTION OF 8 OUNCES OF COPPER ACETATE IN ONE GALLON OF WATER AND ALLOWED TO DRV BEFORE PAINTING. 523. PAINT SHALL BE COMPOSED OF 25 POUNDS OF DRV RED LEAD TO EACH GALLON OF LI NSEED 0 I L IN ITH NOT MORE THAN 1/2 PiNT OF LI QU I D DRIER. PAINT SHALL BE KEPT WELL STIRRED WHILE BEING APPLIED AND SHALL BE THOROUGHLV AND EVENLV BRUSHED ON. SHALL COMPLV WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS. THE FINISH COATS OF PAINT ARE SPECIFIED UNDER "PAINTING AND FINISHING". COMPOSITION ROOFING 524. GENERAL.--MATERIALS FOR COMPOSITI0N FIOO FING 9 WHEN NOT OTHER WISE SPECIFIED, SHALL COMPLV WITH THE FOLLOWING FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS: COAL TAR PITCH, TVPE 19 No. R-P-301. ASPHALT, TVPE I, No. SS-A-666. COAL TAR SATURnTED N o HH-F-201. ASPHALT SATURATED FELT, No. HH-F-191; TVPE FOR ROOFING AND TVPE I I FO R FLASHING. ASPH/\LT PRIMER, No SS-A-701. BITUMINOUS CEMENT, TVPE I, No. SS-C-153. GFU\vEL O R SLI\G, 82. 525. MANUFACTURED MATERIALS SHALL BE DELIVERED ON THE SITE IN ORI GI NAL PACK,i\GES WI TH THE ,;u\NUF/ CTURER'S NAME /\ND BR AND. To INSURE COMPLI/\,NCE WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICf,TIONS, IT IS SUGGESTED THAT MATERIALS FOR T.iIS BE SHIPPED DI RECT FROM THE FI\CTORV. 526. COMPO SITION ROOFING ON CONCRETE OR INSULATION SHALL BE EITHER TVPE 5 ,A,CS O R TVPE 5 TCSo 5'27. MATERIALS.--TvPE 5' AWS ROOFING SHALL CONTlUN NOT LES S THAN THE FOLLOWING QUANTITIES PER 100 SQU ARE FEET: FIVE LAVERS ASPHALT FELT, 76 POUNDS; ASPHALT 9 125 POUNDS; GRr,VEL 9 400 POUNDS O R SLAG, 3CX) POUNDS. 528. TYPE 5ACS ROOFI NG SHALL CONT/\I N NOT LESS THAN THE FOLLOWI NG QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS PER 100 SQUARE FEET: ASPHI\LT PRIMER ON CONCRETE OR INSULt-, TION, 7.5 P OUNDS; AS P H ALT OR GVPSUM, 15 P :)UNDS; FIVE LAYEfiS ASPHALT FELT, 76 POUNDS; 170 POUNDS; G,',AVEL 400 POUNDS OR SLAG, 300 POUNDS. Fs -71

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. P.O. AND CU H. 529. TYPE 5 ACS R OOFING SHALL HAVE THE ROOF SURFACE UNIFORMLY COATED WITH ASPHALT PRIM E R, USING NOT lESS THAN I PER 100 SQUARE FEET. THE ROOF SHALL THEN BE GIVEN A C OATING OF HOT ASPHALT, USING NOT LESS THAN 30 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET. OVER THIS COATING SHALL BE LAID 5 LAYERS OF FELT. THE LAPS OF ALL SHEETS OF FELT SHALL BE MOPPED FULL iN IDTH OF THE LAP, U S I NG NOT LESS THf,N 20 POUNDS OF HOT A SPHALT PER 100 SQUARE FEET IN EACH MOPPING 530. Ty p[, 5 TCS ROOFING SHALL CONTAIN NOT LES S THAN THE FOLLOWING O F PER 1 0 0 SQUARE FEET: FIVE LAY ERS OF COAl TAR SATURATED FELT, 76 POUNDS ; COAT TAR PITCH, 210 POUNDS, GRAVEL, 400 PIJUND8 O R SU\G 1 3CO P)UNDS. 531. TYrjE 5 T C S FlOOFI ",G S H : U L HiWE THE ROOF SURF,'\CE UNI FORMLY COATED WITH HOT COA L TA R PITCH, USING NOT LESS THAN 40 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE F E ET. OVEf i THIS Cr)/\TING SHt\LL BE L AID 5 UYERS OF FELT. THE LAPS OF ALL SHEETS OF FELT SHALL BE MOPPED FULL WIDTH OF THE LAP, USING NOT LESS THAN 25 POUNDS OF H O T CO AL TrIR PITCH PER 100 SQUARE FEET IN EACH MOPPING. 532. WORKfV,ANSHI P .--ASPHAL T SHALL NOT BE HEATED ABOVE 400 DEGREES F. CO A L TAR PITCH SHALL NOT BE HEATED ABOVE 375 DEGR E E S F. THEY SHALL BE HOT WHEN THE FELTS ARE LAID. ASPHALT AND COAT TAR SHALL BE EVENLY APPLIED SO A S TO LEAVE NO B ARE SPOTS. (A) THE S URFACI N G SHALL AL WA YS BE DRY WHEN APPLIED AND IN A D DITI O N SHALL BE HEAT E D IN COLD WEATHER. (B) THE FINI \ L COATIN G OF fo.SPH :\ LT SHI\ LL BE NOT L.ES S THAN 60 POUNDS, AND OF COAL Tf\R PI TCH SHrILL BE NOT L ESS THAN 70 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET AND THE SURFACING MATERIAL SHALL BE EMBEDDED IN IT WHILE THE ASPHALT OR PITCH IS HOT. (C) THE FLASHINGS AND ALL CONNECTI ONS OF ROOFI N G WITH OTHER WORK SHALL BE COMPLETE BEFORE THE FIN A L CO ATING AND THE SU RFACING A R E APPLIED. (D) FELTS SHALL BE SMOOTHLY LAID WITHOUT WRINKLES. FELT LAID OVER ASPHALT O R PITCH SH ALL BE ROLLED BEHIND THE MOPPING SO THAT NO V OIDS O R AI R POCKETS SHALL OCCUR UNDER THE FELT. (E) FELTS SHALL BE L AID WITH NOT LESS THAN THE FOLLOW I N G LAPS: 32" FELT: ,56" FELT 19112 L.".YERS: 17" : LAP; LAP 3 LAYFr: S: ?2" LI\P: 21 -1 / 2" LPOP 4 LAY ER S: 24-1/2" L/\P 27-U\P 5 LAY[rlS: 26-1/211 LtIP: 29-1/ 2" LAP (F) E NDS OF SHEETS SHALL B E LAPI' E D 6 INeHlS. SHALL, SO FAR AS PR A CTICABLE, BE LAID A T R I G H T THE INCLINES OF THE ROOF AND STARTING AT THE L O W POI N TS. (G) WHERE CANT STRIPS DO NOT O CCU'i, N o T L r s s THAN TWO LAYERS OF FELT SH ALL BE UP THE PLANE O F THE ROOF AT LEAST 5 INCHES AGAINST ALL A BUTTING STRUCTu n ES. W HERE CANT STRIPS OCCUR, ALL LAYERS OF FELT SHALL BE CAnRIED UP TO THE TOP EDGE OF SAME. (H) THE PARTS OF ALL METAL FLASHINGS AND FITTINGS OVERLAPPING THE ROOFING FELT SHALL BE BEDDED IN HOT BITUMEN OF THE TYPE SPECIFIED FOR THE R O O F AND THEN COVERED WITH NCT LESS THAN TWO STRIPS OF FELT; THE EXTENDING AT LEAST 8 INCHES BEYOND THE EDGES OF THE UNDERLYING METAL9 AND THE SECOND AT LEAST 2 INCHES BEYOND THE FIRST, AND BOTH LAID IN HOT BITUMEN. FS -72

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ST. FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 5'33. PLASTIC FLASHINGS Sf-' All. BE USED WHERE COMPOSI TION ROOFI NG INTERSECTS ABUTTING WALLS OR OTHER STRUCTURES (EXCEPT WHERE METAL BASE FLASHINGS OCCUR) AND WHERE NECESSARY TO MAKE THE ROOF INTER SECTION AND TERMINATIONS PERMANENTLY WATER-TIGHT. 534. THE FLASHING SHALL CONSIST OF THREE LAYERS OF FLASHING FELT SET IN THE ANGLES OR ON THE CANT STRIPS AND EXTENDING UP TO THE COUNTER FLASHI N G REGLET, OR TO THE HEIGHT REQUIRED WHERE NO REGLETS OCCUR. WH ERE CANT STRIPS DO NOT OCCUR, THE UNDER LAYER OF FELT BASE FLASHING SHALL eXT END OUT ON TO THE ROOFING NOT LESS THAN 4 AND EACH SUCCEEDING LAYER SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 2 INCHES BEYOND THE EDGE OF THE ONE PR ECEDING STRIPS THE FLASHING FELTS SHALL EXTEN D T O THE bOTTOM EDGE OF SAME. THE FELTS SHALL BE CEMENTED TOGETHER A N D TO THE U N D ERLYING MATERIALS WITH PLASTIC ROOFING CEMENT EVENLY A I PLIFD WITH A THE LAST LAYER SHALL BE EVENLY COATED WITH NOT LESS THAN 1/16 jNCH TlilCKNESS OF THE SAME CEMENT. 535. CbUNTERFLASHINGS SH/\LL BE INSTALLED TO COVER TOP EDGES OF THE FLASHINGS WHEREVER THEY BE OTHERWJSE EXPOSED AND NOT PERMANENTLY SECURE AND WATER-TIGHT. THE S iiALL BE INSTALLED AFTER THE FLASHING IS COMPLETED. 536. METAL ARE SPECIFIED IN CONNECTION WITH THE "SHEET METAL WOiIK". TILE FIO) F I537. E XTENT OF 'tIOR" A"JD GENE H/\L CH,\RACTER OF THE ROOF TILES REQUI RED, SE E Wobn ROOF SURFACES WHERE TILE ARE TO BE UdD SHf,LL BE I'll TH FF: LT. ALL SH r: ET tviETt\L FLASHINGS AND COUNTERFLASHINGS NECESS ARY A AND WATERTIGHT INSTALLATION SHALL BE PROVIDED. OTHER SHEET METAL IS INCLUDED UNDER "SHEET MET AL \VORK". 538. SHEET METAL WORK SHALL BE OF COPPER \t:EI CHI NG AT LEAST 16 OUNCES PER SQUARE FOOT. COPPER GHALL COMPLY WITH SPECIFICATION 46'; (QQ-C-501'. 539. NAI LS Fon SECUH I '\JG THE TILE SHALL BE EITHER COPPER CLAD STEEL N,\IV, NJT THl\f\J No.8 Gr,UGE (.It)2 INCH) WITH A COPPER COATING AT THE OVER-ALL DIAMETER OF THE NAIL, OR THEY SHALL BE GOLID NOT Sf'/IALLE!-;; TH/\N No. 10 GA.UGE (.135 INCH). NAILS SHALL BE LONG ENOUGH TO PENET RATE THE N A ILERS OR SHEATHING I INCH WHEN THE TIL IO AilE II'll THEI H FII\IAL POSITIO N 540. FELT SHALL BE i\SPHf,LT FELT i.': EIGHING AT LUST 30 POUNDS P EF, ICO SQiJA; l E FEYT ( N D C O L i PLYING If'1 :TH FEDER/\L SPECI F I CATION 1\]0. 86. (HHF E:
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 543. COLORS SHALL BE NATURAL SHADES OF REDS AND RUSSETS FROM BUFF TO PURPLE AND GUN METAL, AND UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE ROOF SURFACES. 544. SHINGLE TYPE SHALL BE PLAIN ) FLAT SHINGLE TI LE 1/2 INCH THICK AND NOT SMALLER THAN 6 BY 12 INCHES NOR LARGER THAN 9 BY 16 INCHES. FIELD TILE THAT VERGE ALONG HIPS VALLEYS SHALL BE CUT BEFORE BURNING. END BANDS SHALL BE FURNISHED TO BREAK THE JOINTS OF COURSES. UNDER-EAVE ST.I\RTER TI LE SH:,LL BE FURNISHED AT EAVES, AND THE TOP COURSE AT RIDGE OR DECK SHALL BE OF PROPER LENGTH TO SHOW THE SAME EXPOSURE AS OTHER FIELD TILE. HIPS AND RIDGES SHALL HAVE FLAT V COVER TILE WITH HIP STARTERS AND PLAIN TERMINALS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. GABLES SHALL HAVE END BANDS AND CLOSED GABLE ENDS AT RIDGE. 545. LAYING.--THE FELT SH/\LL BE LAID HORI ZONTALLY, LAPPED AT LEAST 4 INCHES OVER VALLEY AND GUTTER M ETAL AND TURNED UP 5 INCHES AGAINST ALL ABUTTING VERTICAL SURFACES WHERE POSSIBLE. THE JOINTS SHALL BE LAPPED AT LEAST 3 INCHES AND CEMENTED TOGETHER. THE FELT SHALL EXTEND OVER HIPS AND RIDGES AND THE SURFACES LEFT UNBROKEN. HOLES SHALL NOT BE MADE IN THE FELT EXCEPT AS NECESSARY FOR SECURING THE TILE. 546. ALL TIL E SH A l.L 8 E L A I DIN REG U L ARC 0 URSESP r, R ALL E L WIT H THE EAVES AND NO ATTEMPT SHALL BE MADE TO STRETCH THE COURSES. FLAT SHINGLE TILE SHALL BE LAID WITH AT LEAST 2 INCH HEAD LAP UNDER THE SECOND COURSES ABOVE. ALL OTHER TILE SHALL BE LAID WITH AN END LAP OF AT LEAST 3 INCHES. ALL NAILS SHALL BE COVERED IN THE FINISHED EAVE CLOSUflES SHALL BE RECESSED AT LEAST 1-1/2 INCHES FR0M THE LOWER END OF THE TILE. VALLEYS SHALL BE OPEN 6 INCHES WIDE BETWEEN TILES. 547. EVERY PLACE OF TILE SHALL !3E SECURED BY r,T LEAST ONE NAIL OR WIRE FASTENING, AND TWO NAILS SHALL BE USED WHERE PRACTICABLE. WHERE NAILING IS NOT PRACTICABLE, OR TO AVOID NAILING THROUGH SHEET METAL, THE TILE SHALL 3E SECURED WITH WIRE ATTACHED TO NAILS DRIVEN ABOVE THE METAL LINE OR TO OTHER PERMANENT FASTENING. 548. A LIMITED Atl10UNT OF ELASTIC CEMENT MAY BE USED FOR LEVELING TILE, FOR POINTING THE EDGES OF TOP FIXTURES AND EAVE CLOSURES, THE JOINTS OF HIP AND RIDGE ROLLS AND WHERE FIELD TILE ABUT THE HIP STRINGERS. 549. WHERE THE S I DES OF TILES ,\LONG SLOPES A8UT VERT I C/\L 8UfiF ACES THE FLASH I NGS SHALL .EXT END UNDER THE TILE AT LEf\ST 4-1/2 INCHES WITH AN UPTURNED EDGE AS HIGH AS THE CONTOUR OF THE TILE WILL PERMIT. 550. AT THE UPPERSIDE OF ABUTTING VERTICAL SURFACES, THE FLASHINGS SHALL EXTEND UNDER THE TILE AT LEAST 6 INCHES, AND FARTHER WHERE NECESSARY, WITH THE UPPER EDGE TURNED 8r,CK 1/2 INCH. SEE DETl'dL DRAWINGS FOR VARIOUS CONDITIONS. 551. RIDGE FLASHINGS AND THE FLASHINGS AT THE SIDE OF T I CAL SURF ACES SHALL EXT END ONTO iHE ROOF TILE TOP F'I XTURES AT LEAST 4-1/2 INCHES AND HAVE THE EDGES FASTENED WITH STORM NAILS SET BETWEEN THE TILES OR TURNED DOWN 1 I NCH ONTO THE FACE OF THE TOP F I XTURES AND MALLETED FLAT. RIDGE FLASHINGS SHALL BE FORMED OVER THE WOOD STRINGERS AND SHALL BE FREE FROM LONGITUDINAL JOINTS. FS -74

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ST. F!_A09 P.O. AND CU.H. 552. SPACES BETWEEN THE FIELD TILE AND HIP STRINGERS SHALL BE FILLED WITH ELARTIC MAKING A WATERPROOF JOINT. 553. TILE LAID I N DETAIL OF THIS CONDITION SEE DRAWING No. 201. ON ROOF DECK APPLY THE PLIES SPECIFIED FOR COMPOSITION ROOF AS SPECIFIED UNDER "COMPOSITION ROOFING", OMITTING GRAVEL OR DETAIL SHOWS HOOKS FOR ANCHORING CONCRETE FILL WHICH SHALL BE PLACED BEFORE THE FIN A L MOPPING. OVER THI S COMPOSITION ROOF PLACE A CLASS B CONCRETE (SEE PARAGRAPH No. 103 OF THIS SPECIFICATION) FILL REINFORCED WITH METAL FABRIC (SEE PARAGRAPH No. 130 OF THIS SPECIFICATION) AS SHOWN ON PLANS. TILE SHALL BE LAID OVER THIS FILL ON A BED OF CLASS A (SEE PARAGRAPH No. 103 OF THIS SPECIFICATION) MORTAR, TAKING CARE TO INSURE A GOOD BOND TO FILL FLASHINGS SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED ABOVE UNDER "TILE ROOFS". I NSULATI ON ND CUTOFFS 554. SCOPE.--ALL COMPOSITION ROOF SURFACES OF ENCLOSED SPACES SHALL BE INSULATED. THE INSTALATION SHALL BE PLACED ABOVE ROOF CONSTRUCTION. 555. INSULATION SHA LL BE EITHER INSULATING FIBER BOARD COMPLYING WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. LLL-F-321 FOR GRADE B BOARD OR IT SHALL BE COMPRESSED CORK BOARD COMPLYING WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. HHC-561. 556. ilATER BE 8 INCH '#IDE STRIPS OF ASPHALT OR COAL TAR SATURATED ROOFING FELT LAID TO SECTIONS OF INSULATION INTO AS INDICATED ON D '1AW INGS No.5. 557. THE ACTUAL THICKN ESS OF TH : I NSU LATION USED SHALL BE BASED ON ITS INSULATING VALUE AS DETERMINED BY THE U.S. GUREAU OF STANDARDS DIMENSIONAL THICKNESS SPEC IFIED OR GIVEN ON THE DRAWINGS IS THE MAXIMUM DESIRED AND IS BASED ON THE USE O F A MATEGIAI_ H AVING A THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF 1,,10RE TH/\N I INCH THICKNt::SS. INSULATING MATEFlIAL H{\VING fI THERMAL COIIJ::' UCTIViTY OF LESS 0.36 FOR I INCH THICKNESS AS DETERMINED BY THC U.S. BUREAU OF STANDARDS MAY HAVE ITS THICKNESS REDUCED WHERE NO DIMENSIONAL THICKNESS IS GIVEN ON THE DRAWINGS, THE INSULATING MATERIAL SHALL BE NOT OVER 2 INCHES THICK AND SHALL HAVE A TH ERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF NOT MORE THAN 0.36 FOR THE THICKNESS OF USED. 558. APPLI CATI THE I NSUL,H ION SH/\LL SE :\PPL/ ED I N ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S JOiNTS SHALL BE BROKEN AND, WHEN APPLIED IN TWO OR MORE LAY ERS, SURFACES IN CONTACT SHALL BE BEDDED IN PITCH OR ASPHALT AND THE JOINTS SHALL BE B r OKEN BETWEEN LAYERS. (A) IN SUL AT ION ON TOP OF SHALL B E BEDDED IN HOT ASPHALT OR CO/l l TAil PITCH, Uf;ING AT LEAST 7-1/2 POUNDS OF i\SPHALT P F11MER AND 20 POUNDS OF ASPH("LT, t\T LE/\ST jO P :)UNDS OF PITCH, 100 SQUARE FEET OF SURFACE. ASPH ALT PRIMER, ASPHALT TAR PITCH SHALL COMPLY WITH SPECIFICATIONS. (B) INSUU,TION ON SI1E;HHING GHAL. L Bl:: 1 'lAILF..D i"T POINTS NOT OVER 24 INCHES AP/\iH IN BOTH DIFiECTIONS. FS -7 5

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ST. AUGUST IFLA. I P.O. CU H. (c) INSULATION TH A T IS T O B E CO ATED WITH A SPHALT OR PITCH SHALL BE U N DlRlAI D WITH BUILDI NG PAPER O VER SH EA THING 1 THE PAPER T O INt: I GH /\T L U IT 5 P O UNDS I CO S QU( ,RE F EET 9 BE LAPPED 2 INCHES AT JOi N TS J\Nli T /\ Cf
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. p70. LATH NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED SHALL BE EITHER 24 GAUGE, FLAT EXPANDED METAL LATH NOT LIGHTER Tl-IAN 3.4 POUNDS PER YARD, OR 2-1/2 MESH PER INCH 19 GAUGE ,'IOVEN WIRE LATH NOT LIGHTER THAN 2.48 POUNDS PER SQUARE YARD. 571. WELDED WIRE FABRIC OF 14 GAUGE WIRES IN 2 BY 2 INCH MESH AND WITH INTEGRAL PAPER OR SCREEN WIRE BACKING MAY BE USED WHERE LATH IS REQUIRED ON WALLS, BUT SHALL NOT BE USED ON CORNICES, CEILINGS OR OTHER OVERHEAD PLASTER WORK, EXCEPT WHERE THIS TYPE OF LATH IS PERMITTED BY THE DETAILS OF LOOKOUT GALLERIES WITH SOLID PLASTER WALLS. 572. RIB LATH SHALL HAVE INCH RIBS AND SHALL BE EITHER EXPAI'-IDICA TE Pf\oJECTED r"'OULD I NGS IN STUCCO OR BRICKWORK, SUCH MOULDINGS SHALL BE FonMEO BY METAL FURRING. ALL INTERIOR FURRING AND LATH SHALL BE ZINC-COATED. WHERE THE THICKNESS OF STUCCO AS INDICATED ON THE DilAWING3 IS ONE INCH OR GREATER, THE STUCCO SHALL BE APPLIED OVER ZINC-COATED METAL LATH PROPEnLY SECURED TO THE CONS TRUCT ION. FC -77

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ST. FLA., r.o. N,l:) CU.H. 5 C3. METAL STUDS F\EQUIF;ED SHr,LL H:,VE BOTH END3 F/,STENED TO MEMBERS SECUi1ED TO FLOor f,:m CEiliNG. E/,CH OF DOUBLE STUDS FOR HOllO'N Pflfn ITI OW; SH/,ll Ht-VE RIGID SPACERS OR BR/, CE n s NOT ovm 3 FEET /'.PAin IN THE HEIGHT OF THE STUDS. Pr,:l TITIONS ovm 10 FEET HIGH SHALl. BE 8R1DGED HO;:IZOi'IT/,llY NEAFi THE CENTEn. 5TUDS SHAll BE FHAr.J1ED fIT (,ll COriNEF\3 AND MWUND All OPENINGS AND SH/Ill BE BECUilED TO THE B:.JCJ(S 0;1 mrdJiES OF OPEN I NGS. 584. '; !HEr i <:: F IPING IfHEiiFEf1ES \'lITH THE PU\CING OF THE HOilIZONT(,l f vIE i : BER S OF STEEL STUDS, or; SUCH l:iEf 18 ERS Will I Ifll TH THE P OPE,'; PU,C1.NG OF' FH:: PIPINC, THE HORIZONTt,l SHAll BE CUT FO H THE 0;:; SUCH i;E.'
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ST. AUGUSTI FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 594. WffiKW,NSH IP .--METAL FUf{n I NG SH/,LL JE ERECTED T O mUE LINES AND SURFACES AND DE RIGIDLY SU['F'Of;TED A N"D FASTENED IN ; )L/,CE. FUR R ING FOR CORNICES, OEAtJiS I,ND 1,;REGUL"n Sl)RFi\CES D E SH,\PED T C WITHIN 2 INCHES OF THE FINISHED rROFILES. FUR n ING, FRAI'!i ING, ETC., SHALL DE TESTED;"ND ALL NEEI)[D f:i/IDE iJEFOfiE LATHING OR PLASTERING IS CEGUN 595. U'Tf-i SHI\LL BE LAID WITI-' E,JGES OF SHEETS U\PPED 1/2 INCH AND ENDS OF SHE r: n U;r'P ED AT LEAST I INCH. RIBBED Lt, TH SHil LL HAVE THE RIBS "NESTED" IH JC'INTS. WIRE LATH BE TIGHTLY, STRETCHED. END SHEET :; SHALL SF. i !iI,DE ONLY fIT BEARINGS ,\ ilJD SH/\LL DE STAGGERED. LATH SHALL BE CONTINU OUS AROUND THE CORNERS OF INTERSECTING PLASTER SURFACES. 596. FU\T I.J I RE LATH ::HALL CE F/, STENED EVERY .6 I NCHES ALONG SUPPORTS, Ai'lD JOI IITS d lf',ED OJICE JEHJ EE tJ SUPPORTS. [-{IO L,;TH SHALL BE FASTENED AT ALL RIDS. LATH ABUTTING OR 'CONCRETE SURFACES THAT ARE TO BE PLASTEFIED SHriLL ONTO SMItE LE,.\ST 4 INCHES AND BE FASTENED EVERY 6 INCHES. ALL FASTENI NGS SHALL DE ZINC-COATED. LACING WIRE SHALL 8E AT 1(3 G/.UGE 597. METAL GROUNDS AND CORNER BEADS SHALL QE SET TO STRAIGHT, TRUE LINES SECURELY FASTENED IN PLACE. BEADS SHALL BE PLUMB AND GROUNDS PARALLEL WITH FLOORS AND OF STAIRS. 593. PL/,STER 1f\'G .--THE EXTER lOR OPEN' f'IGS SI-IALL BE KEPT CLOSED NECESSARY TO PKOPERLY HEGUL{,TE THE DRYING MiD CURING OF TH[ PLASTER. PU,STER SHALL BE pnOTECTED FRorA RhPID AND FRO;,'1 FROST. 599. ALL SURFACES THAT ARE TO PLASTtR SHALL BE liND FREE FROfvl DUST AND EF FLOfIESCENCE. THE PHEPAHA110t, OF CONCf,ETE FOR PLASTERING IS SPECIFIED UNDEH "CONCR ETE i .ND CE i'IENT \'JORI(.II ['Il l X I NG B'OXES AND TOOLS BE CLE/\N E D FOR EACH 8(,TCH. 600. No LUMPY OR CAKED OR FROZEN MATERIALS SHALL B E USED ALL INGREDIENTS SHALL O[ ACCURATELY MEASURED AND THGROUGHLY MIXED UNTIL EVEN DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT. THAT HA S ENCED TO SET SHALL N O T BE RETEMPERED OR USED. 601. MATERIMS SHALL BEP80PORTIONED SPECIFIED, WITH SUCH VilfilATIONS ONLY AS WILL, UNPEf{ rf;EVAILlflG CONDITIONS, Irv1pi{uVE THE QUALITY OF THE WCRK AND A S SHALL DE APPROVED 8Y THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER. 602. C Uf\ ICRETE, AND ALL UNDER CO'-,TS OF PLASTER, SHALL BE MOISTENED TO SECURE PROPER AND ADHESION OF THE PLASTER OR FINISH WHEN APPLIED. 603. SCREEDS SHALL BE RUN ON ALL SURFACES AT SUCH INTERVALS AS SHALL E3Tf,(JLISH THE EX,\C T SUiiFI;CE ..IF THE CROIH.J COi,T i.t, m SEfWE AS GUIDES FOR RODDING WHE8EVErl GI"OUNDS FO R THE FINISH 8U,iF/,CE ARE r'IO T AVAlli\OLE. 604. PLASTER SHALL DE AP[)LIED SUFFICIErn FORGE TO CAUSE PERFECT ADHESION AND T O GGl D KEYS O N LATH. THE SCRATCH COAT SHALL DE CROSS SCRATCHED IN 80TH D EFORE THE MORTAR HAS SET. PLASTER ON CONCRETE CEILINGS, SHA LL JE APPLIED IN THIN COATS AND SHALL DE NC THICKER THAN T O SECURE A TRUE 9 EVEN SURFACE. 605. THE ORo\'1N COAT OF GYPSUiv\ SHALL BE AP :"LI ED AFTER THE SCRATCH COAT HAS SET OUT :JEFORETHE SCRf,TCH COA T I;:) DIW. THE GROWN COAT OF L\f;lE PLASTER SHALL NOT DE APPLIED OI,iEfi {, SCRATCH C 0/. T UNTIL IT IS THCfWUGHL Y DRY. Fe -79

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ST. P.O. hND CU.H. 6 06. THE CROWN SHALL DE RODDED [liWUGHTTO TRUE UNIFOriM LIGHTLY OnOOMED .c.ND ALLOWED Tel SET ;.ND Dr-y Fon THE C j /.T. If' NO FINISH CO/,T IS r: EQUIf1ED THE OHO',:.jNCO :,T SHALL FLOATED T O t, UNIFORM sunFACE FLUSH 11TH THE Gf'DELS OR AND SHALL DE ,\S NECESS(.. RY WITH FIOER ORZINC-COATEti WIRE FAORIC. 613. KEENES SH/,LL COMPLY IN I TH FEDEiiAL I F I GIl, T I O N No. SS-C-161. WHERE KEENES CEi"iENT PLASTER IS CALLED FOR, THE /\EENES FINISH (I OF CEMENT A N D NOT OVER I PART LIME PUTty BY WEIGHT) SHALL BE APPLIED OVER GYPSUM BASE. 614-615. PORTU.im CEr !HH Pl/I.3TER.--PROPORTIONS FOR fdORTAR SHALL BE BY VOLUME AS FOLLOWS: SCRATCH OF CEMENT, 2 OF SAND, OF LIIvlE PUTTY.1/4 BROWN COAT OF CWEiH, 2-1/2 OF SAND. FINISH OF CEMENT, 3 OF SAND. SCRATCH COAT SHALL BE FIBERED FOR PROPER APPLICATION. 616. As SOON AS THE SCRATCH COAT HAS ATTAINED ITS INITIAL IT SHALL BE CROSS SCRATCHED THE BROWN COAT APPLIED AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE. THE BROWN COhT SHALL BE SCRATCHED OR BROO M ED FOR BOND ,or FINISH COAT AND ALLOV/ED TO SET HARD. THE BRmiN COhT SHALL BE KEPT MOIST UNTIL THE FINISH COAT IS APPLIED. 617. THE FINISH COAT SHALL BE BROUGHT TO TRUE, EVEN SURFACES t.ND TROWELED SMOOTH AND FREE FROM TOOL MARKS AND BLEMISHES. PLASTER SHALL BF KEPT MOfSTFOR AT LEAST DAYS AND PROTECTED AG/dNST RAPID DRYING UNTIL PROPERLY CURED. FC -80

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ST. FLij.9 P.C. eLi.H. 618. CE M ENT WAINSCOT SHAll HAVE FINISHED V JOINTS BElO\:'J I'JI 'JO0':' di,i!iB o) AT flEGUL/,F, INTERV(,l3 OF t'[JOUT 6 FEET. riHEr, NO OTHER FINISH em SEPi\H;,TION n,uu I"(,ll pL.r,3Tm 13 nEC) UIRED THE TO? EDGE SHAll FINI S H WITH V JOINT. 6 1 9 CE l'llEfH F!r,INSCOT HlWING f\IO OTiiER BAS E SH!,ll HfI Vl:: ,'; 6 INCH CE,;ENT Br,SE SHO' !JlNG A DISTINCT liNE OF SEPAI\,HION. STUCCO 620. GC.!ERhL.--THIS SPECIFICi,TION INGlUiJ(S r,ll STUCCO AND RUN MOULDINGS; THE nE INFORCING FOR SA ME, THE OF M ASONRY WAllS FOR THE OF STUCCO COAT. ALSO PP,RAGRhPH 582). 62 1. rvl,',TERI,',LS.--S[\ND, lli':iE, H/,I[I M,ID r:-'SER .oH/,LL SE OF THE SA;,lE QU,'IlITY SPECIFIED FOi'l SI:'!lll, ; H UI'JDE:l lIL,', THING, ETC. II SMJD For ; FINI SH SHALL. 3;:: "!II ITE OR liGH T COLORED SHAll GE COQUI NA SHEll AS IN MINES ON FLORIDA. (t,) PORTLAND CEMENT SHAll CONFO RM TO $ r ECIFIC;,TION SS-C-19I. (8) LATH RE I NFORG COi1N I ClS ;,ND O THE,-, 'V 0i,l< SH{,ll BE 2-1/2 ivlESH PEF, I NCH f\!o 1 3 G/,UGE WELDeD /, i ZINC COI\TED lIl l nE FADi:IC. LiiTH For; COVE ING .JOINTS BETW EEN OLD i,ND NE":I 1v1/, SONi;Y SH."lll J E EITHER ExP t,rJDED STEEL I -, FA8FilC NOT TH/\i' J I-/G U Y 0 li'JCH IESH i-ll 'JD \"IEIGHING AT lE/,ST 1.3 ?OUNDS f'Ei S(!U/,;IE Y{,iiD, 2 2 I rJCH ;,1E:;H f,ND ZI I'JC COI-HED l "!lm: Ft"\J rilC "EIr:iHING t:'T lE;\ST 1.17 r )OUi:D3 PEi : S (!UM: E Yf,IlD. 622 3U,;FACES OF OLD \:'!/\llS WH ICH Ar:E TO 8 E V!ITi-I STUCCO SHAll DE TO OLD Pi,IiH ,\j' m OLD lO'JSE STUCCO AND TO FoniVl {, KEY FOf: NE"I STUCCO. NEVi l!il;SClfJi;Y USED TO F I llJlD OPEN I NGS IN ()L.D \"All f,:m TO FUi1i: CU T \ .'i\llS TO NEV' liNES SHAll ::JE COVEr,ED WI TH STUCCO AS f-; EQU I TO iJi, I NG SUiiFACE EVEN OF EXISTING STUCCO, THE STUCC O TO DE DONOED AND KEYED TO OLD STliCCO 8Y THE USE O F i,lETAl lATH COVER I fJG THE JOINTS ::EHIEEN OLD AND NEll! VIORK f,iJD SECU ,ElY Fi,STENED TO CONcr;ETE SH.\ll DE PF;EP/;i'{ED f'OR STUCCO FINISH 8Y TilE SPEClr,l Ti"iE/\fi,EH SPECIFIED UNDER "CONC,; ETE i,ND MASON,"iY ,"ND GONC r-ETE lIND OLD STUCCO SHt\ll DE AND DAMP STUCCO IS APPLIED. 62;3. [ "i!XTURES.--$TUCCO SHr,ll J E idlXED IN THE l'ROiJorlTlONS DY VOlUi1E 9 ONE S/; CK O F CE f ;ENT DEING EQU{;L TO I CUDIC FIRST COhT ON I JF CEfilEtH, 2-1/2 OF SAND "ND 1/5 OF li e/IE VJ ITH H,\Ir; or: FI CER /,S Fori PROPER APPLICATION. FIR.5T CO i ,r cor !CI=l.[TE ONLY 1 e'F C E l ENT /2 O F Si,ND 9 1/10 OF' llf:iE PUTTY r!ITH Hi,li', ell FI CJ E t.3 NECESS{iilY F O,; pr;OPER I CAT I .JI'-l. SECOf\JD Of CD-lENT AND OF SA:m. T! -:p: m COAT-FINISH OF OF SAND, I' OF CRUSHED COQUINA SHEll AND 1/10 OF PUTTY. rc

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ST. P.O. CU.H. 624. i;PPLIC/,TIOf'J.--fi",TEiiIALS FOR E{,CH 13t,TCH SHALL BE ACCURi,TElY iJEi\SURED THOR'JUG!llY i'lllXED UNTil EVENl.Y DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT. THE CONTENT SHAll 8E KEPT AS lOW AS PLASTICITY BEING BY MIXING EXCESS WATER. CARE SHALL BE TM lPY 8E UriED. ['j !Or-n,;R THt\T HAS COC1iviENCED TO SET SHAll NOT BE USED. (1"\) STUCCO SH/,lL BE I.PPlIED i 'llTH SUFFICIENT FO?C[ TO C/.USE PERFECT i,DHES ION, AND TO FUll THE lATH. All S Hf-,ll BE Di,MPENED TO THE PROPEll DEGREE CY SPRIN: EN I NGS SIIt.lL H';VE t. SLIGHT PITCH OR 3l0PE OF (,:JOUT 1/1 PEn FOOT FROf,! FU,;:lE OUT TO OF DALl. (E) STUCCO ON ALL COtlC R ETE SURFACES, CEILINGS, SOFFIETS, P OSTS, WALLS, ETC. SI!ALl DE IN ONE C OAT, THE FINISH GOAT. (F) RUN CORNICES, ETC., SHALL DE COMPOSED OF THE SAi'IIE /;S F;X, STUCCO ON iiI S')NnY SHi,ll JE t,PF lIED IN THREE 0R M ORE COATS TO THE THICKNESS DETAILED, NO COAT HGWEVER TO 8E 1vl0l;E THAN 3/4 INCH THICl(. 625. FH,JISH COilT.--THE FINISH COd :)Vm t,Ll FLAT SUi,Fi,CES INCLUDING POSTS, COLUMNS, ETC., SHr,lL BE AP; lICD TO ,'oN ;IVEn,",GE THICf(NESS OF 1/4 INCH \dTH Ti': UE SURF/,CES f.ND M
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ST. P.O. CU.H. THAT IS BUT IT IS NOT INTENDED TO EXCLUDE ANY MARDLES OR STONES WHICH, IN THE OPINION OF THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, ARE SO NEARLY LIKE THOSE SCHEDULED ON THE DRAWINGS OR NAMED IN THE SPECIFICATION THAT THEY WILL GIVE PRACTICALLY THE SAME 628. KINDS OF MARBLE.--FoR TOILET PARTITIONS, /AINSCOT, AND LOBBY FLOOR STRIPS THE MARBLE SHALL HAVE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF EITHER ',JH I TE GEORG I A, \!JH I TE AL.6.BAr,,1A? WH I TE OR WH I TE VER,AONT, IND ICATED AS (V) ON KEY CHART, DR{,IVING No. G-3. (A) FOR FLOOR BORDERS AND THE SHALL BE : DARK GREEN INDICATED AS (W) ON KEY CHART, No. 8-3. (8) FOR L08BY UALLS nlE r'.', \ ROLE SHALL HiWE THE CH,\Rf,CTERISTICS TENNESSEE OR DOMESTIC FLEURI, OR CAMPANA VERT., INDICATED AS (X) ON KEY CHART, No. G-3. 629. f'.:iARBLE SHALL BE OF ITS KIND ,\ I m SHrILL COlvlE WITHIN THE EXTREMES INDICATED BY THE APPROVED SAMPLES. PIECES THAT SHOD UNUSUAL CONTRASTS OR MARKINGS THAT WOULD DETRACT THE GENERAL OF THE DORK SHALL BE ELIMINATED. 630. MARBLE SHALL BE SOUND AND FHEE FROili1 FILL I NG. MARBLE FOR FLOOR BORDERS AND FLOOR STRIPS, SHALL HAVE AN ABRASION HARDNESS OF NOT LESS THAN I I AS DETERMINED BY METHODS ADO?TED BY THE U.S. BUREAU OF ->T{,NDARDS. FOR TOILET noorJls AND PLUMBING INCLOSlJnES SHriLL BE DENSE : .ND SH,\LL BE WHITE I.'IITH 1'!IODEF: /,TE CLOUD OR VEINING. 631. THE GOVERNMENT RESEFWES THE F;IGHT TO VIAIVE THE TESTS FOR ABRASION HARDNESS FOR MARBLES THAT HAVE BEEN TESTED BY THE U. S. OF STANDArmS OR OTHER RECOGN I ZED TEST I NG LABOH/, TORY f.ND FOUND TO H{"VE AN ABR("SION HAF
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ST. AUGUSTINE 9 FLA" P.O. AM) CU.H. 638. CA R VING SHAll JE SHARP CLEAN CUT 9 SHAll FhlTHFUllY PIlODUCE THE DETAilS on MODELS IN (,ND FEELING, AND SHAll DE lEFT AS IT CCi i i ES FROM THE TOOL. 639. PLAIN SlA8S FO;( \:'!f-l l U:; AND SHr;ll I-. T lEAST 7/3 INCH THICK. PIU,STER RETUnNS SHt.ll DE CUT mOi\1 THE SOLID UNLESS OTi--i[':f1 V ,'ISE SHOWN. 640. WAll FINI :. H SHrILL EXTEND Imo THE f1EVE/,LS ,) F OPENING S 9 IN I NDO' 1 STOOLS 3Hi, lL ;.,;ATCH Til E ,JI\lflDS L'j I SH/;lL H/,VE SToelS 9 INDICATED. BMSE I [')C LUDE PLINTHS F(),' ; T;; Ii,i f,T Of'ENINGS 9 ;,1\11) OORDERS SHALL EX TnJD T() HIE ::",',C I ( (, F TH E SLA GS I\!lD ,sm I PS SHALL J E C{,F\EFUllY CUT hN:J FirED F ;)i: T: ',': C ,,'; l i JET S 9 OUTlETS 9 ETC. 9 O F eTHER T RADES. .THE FlO:);-; :;:V, L.l : ;r:: ? I NCH E,S TH ICI< {, N:J GnOUND TO FORM A COVE AT ':'!fllL UETtd LEIJ 641. UNLESS OTH:::Rl VISE SHO.H1 9 SlA8fi Mi'J STRIPS SHALL DE IN AS lARGE AND UNIFORM PIECES AS PRA CTICABLE AND JOINTED IN PROPER RE LATION TO THE JOINTS IN CONNECTING WORK. JOINTS AT EX TE RNA L ANGLEE IN PUBLIC lOBBI[S9 VESTIBULES, CORRI;)ORS, ETC., SHAll 3E fvlITERE:J TO A 1/8 INCH QUIRK, EXC EPT WHERE THE FUll RETURNG ARE CUT FROM ONE PIECE. ELSEWHERE JOINTS AT E XTERNAL ANGLES SHAll BE MADE ON THE SIDE lEAST EXPOSED TO VIEW. 642. THE Sr)A CES B':'CI( OF ST/,NDING FINISH SHJ\Ll BE FilLED WI'-H BRICI< OR HOllO\J TilE lAID IN CLASS B MORTAR. 643. SETTING.--':JAll FINISH hND B,1SE SHhll BE SET STR/,IGHT, lEVE'l';\ND PlUivlB I,ND \'JEll Bt;CKED UP {,ND JOINTED \\11TH ,'lASTEri OF Pf,RI::;. E/,CH PIECE OF BORK (EXCEPT PARTITIONS) SHALL BE SECURED IN PLACE AT lEAST TWO ANCHORS AS TO BE CO NCEALED IN THE FINISHED WORK. All JOINTS SHAll BE CLOSE AND FLUSH. 644. FLOOR \', CRI\ SHAll BE BEDDED SOL I DIN CEMENT IlJiORTAR f,ND THE JOINTS FillED WITH NEAT CEMENT GROUT. Top SURFACEG SHhLL BE PERFECTLY FLU S H AND lEVEL, JOINTS STRAIGHT AND CLOSE, AND THE FINtSHED lEFT F REE FROM CRACKED 9 lOOSE OR HOLLOW SOUNDING PIECES. 645. TOILETS, ETC.--FoR TY P IC,',l DErt.llS OF :!ORI< T OilET r,ND Sl,lilLAR SPACES, SEE DRA"IINGS f \lo. 0-205. GENERAL ARR ANGEi i ENT OF PARTITIONS >iND Is : ;.-: ul'm ON THE CONTRACT DRMIINGS. THE I,'WR K SHAll BE lAID OUT mOI,r, /\CTUAL DLJ E NSIONS T /, KEN AT THE i3UllDING. 646. TOilET ARE It, JCLUDED UtJDm EQUIPic1ENTtI I NC.lOSURE Doms ARE .S PEC I F I ED UNDER "METI;l DOORS OF PlUf,AB I NG ENCLOSURES" lIi '; l lllV}ORK AND f1llFH;ons AF
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ST. AUGUST INE, FLA., P.O. Af'JD CU,H. 649. SHO\'IER-BATH I NCLOSUnES SHALL BE PLi,CED ABOVE GENEi:iIL FLOOR LEVEL AND SHOWER SPACE AND DRESS I NG nomA FLOORS SHALL BE SET I N A WATER-TIGHT PAN OF SHEET LEAD WEIGHING NOT LESS 6 POUNDS PER FOOT. LEAD PAN SHALL BE SOLDERED SECU R ED TO FLOOR DRAHJ AND TURNED UP AND FOLDED i\T COFINER S CUT ,:, tID SOLDERED. THE CONCRETE FILL UPON WHICH THE LEAD PAN I S SHALL BE GIVEN A SMOOTH CElviENT FINISH AI \ :D FlHEI j Df,Y SHALL BE GIVEN A CO':\ T OF BITUMINOUS PAINT. THE TOP OF THE LEAD PAN SHALL B E GIVEN A SIMILAi: OF BITUMINOUS P(,li'JT 8':: F ORE THE TOP P I N G IS LAID. THE CE MENT MOF:TAfI ABOVE PAN SH"LL CON S I S T O F 1 r'of. r n POH TLIHJD CEiJI ENT AN') 3 PAins, CLEAN SHARP SAND. \\fA S TE PiPE FROi v l SHOV!Ef l :3i; ; LL 3 <:: FiUN I I\! FLoo r ; FILL Oli AT CEILING OELOW AS SH O :,IN ON PLANS FO R Tei : '.': C::(. FC

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) ,., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P. O. AND CU. H. MET AL DOORS OF PLUflflB If'lIG ENCLOSURES 650. DOORS OF PLUMB I NG ENCLOSURES SHALL BE METAL AND OF THE FLUSH WITH PAPER CORES AND SHALL INCLUDE THE HARDWARE SPECIFIED HEREIN. (A) iVlETAL SAUGES SPECIFIED ARE U. S. STANDARD FOR SHEET STEEL AND BHOWNE AND SHARPE FOR SHEET ALUMINUM AND ARE THE MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE UNDER THE CONTRACT. 651. MATERIALS.--STEEL Doons SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF COLD ROLLED, FURNITURE STOCK STEEL THAT HAS BEEN PROPERLY ANNEALED AND PROCESS LEVELED AND HAS CLEAN SURFACES. FACE PANELS SHALL BE 22 AND THE STRIPS OF EDGES SHALL BE 20 GAUGE. 652. CORES SHALL CONSIST OF NOT LESS THAN TWO LAYERS OF DOUBLE WALL AND TWO LAYERS OF SINGLE WALL PADS GLUED INTO BOARDS APPROXIMATELY I INCH THICK. THE TWO OUTER SINGLE WALL PADS SHALL BE MADE WITH TWO .01G CYLINDER KRAFT LINERS AND ONE .009 STRAW B FLUTE CORRUGATIONS. THE TWO INNER PADS SHALL BE MADE WITH THREE .009 CHIP LINERS AND TWO .009 STRAW A FLUTE CORRUGATIONS. 653. \j'JORKMANSHIP.--DOORS SHALL BE j ,AADE UP OF TWO FLUSH SHEETS WITH U-FORMED EDGES CEMENTED OVER THE CORE AND ASSEMBLED BY INTERLOCKING THE EDGES WITH SLIP LOCKING STRIPS WHICH SHALL BE MITRED AND WELDED AT THE CORNERS. LOCKING STRIPS SHALL BE DIE AND SHALL HAVE THE OUTER FACE UNIFORMLY ROUNDED AND DESIGNED TO LOCK THE PANELS GITH A TENSION GRIP. 654. THE DOORS SHALL FINISH NOT LESS THAN 7/8 NCR MORE THAN 1-1/16 INCH THICK, BUT EACH DOOR SHALL BE CF UNIFORM THICKNESS THROUGHOUT AND THERE SHALL BE NO VARIATION IN THICKNESS OF ALL DOORS FOR ANY ONE BUILDING OF MO RE THAN 1/16 INCH. 655. THE FINI3HED WORK SHALL BE STRONG AND RIGID AND FREE FROM DEFECTS. SURFACES SHALL BE SMOOTH AND FREE FROM WAVE, OR BUCKLE. MITRES SHALL BE WELL FORMED AND I N TRUE ALIGN M ENT. SHALL BE NEATLY D R ESSED. FINISH SHALL BE FREE FllOM SCRATCHES AN D ABRASIONS. 656. A PROTECTIV E COVERING SHALL BE APPLIED TO THE DOORS DURING ERECTION AND UNTIL FI NA L INSPECTION OF THE WORK. 657. FINISH ON STEEL SHALL CONSI S T OF PRIME FINISH WITH PLAIN ENAMEL FINISH. ALL SURFACES SHALL BE AND DRY WHEN P AINT OR ENAMEL IS APPLIED. (A) PRIME FINISH SHALL CONSIST OF ONE DIP OR SP RAY COAT OF RUST-RESISTING PAINT ON r,LL EXPOSED f,N D INTEHIOR SUHFACES, !"'ND ONE PRIME COAT OF PAINT ON EXPOSED SURFAC E ; EACH COAT TO BE BAKED ON AND EXPOSED SURFACES RU8BED SMOOTH. (8) PLAIN ENAMEL FINISH SHALL CONSIST CF COATS OF ENAMEL ON ALL EXPOSED SURFACES, IN ADDITION TO THE PRIME FINISH ABOVE SPECIFIED, THE FINAL COAT TO BE RUBBED TO AN EGG SHELL GLOSS. ENAMEL FINISH SHALL BE IN ONE SOLID COLOR AS SELECTED. 658. HARDWARE.--Doofls SH/\LL BE HlNG ON GRAV I TY TYPE DOUBLEACTING HINGES WITH CONCEALED STAINLESS STEEL BALL-BEARING ROLLERS CV/M -':k

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ST. AUCUST I i.lE, FLA., F. o. Arm cu. H. ON HARDENED STAINLESS STEEL ADJUSTABLE TO DOORS TO BE MADE SELF-OPENING, O I C AJAR AT OF INSTALLATION, AND ON AN UPPER PIVOT GUIDE PIN OF STAINLESS STEEL IN A GRAPHITE IMPREGNATED BUSHING. DOOR SHALL BE FITTED WITH A COMBINATION KEEPER AND BUMPER, THROW AND COMBINATION COAT AND... HAT HOOK WITH RUBBER TIPPED (A) ALL SHALL BE OF F'LA I N, hEAVY PATTERN Aim EXPOSED SU,.; Fr,CES SHI,LL Ht,VE A POLlSHE:D FINISH. flAFCJjVIAfiE SHALL DE f,PPLlED WITH SCRE WS, BOLTS AND CAP NUTS MATCHING THE (8) HARDWARE FOR STEEL DOORS SHALL BE OF BRASS 3RONZE, CHROMIUM PLATED OVER IJICKEL PLATE, EXCEPT PA RTS SPECIFIED TO BE OF STAINLESS STEEL. (e) HA HDV1M{E FOFi f.,LU i A I NUi"j SH,'ILL BE OF-NI CKEL i3fWNZE OF THE COMPOSITION SPECIFIED.IN FCDE i ;t,,:, SPECIFICATION [ 'Jo. FF-H-IOI, E:XCEPT PARTS SP ECIFIED TO BE OF STAINLESS STEEL. (0) HINGES OF OUT-SWINGING DOORS SHALL OPE RATE IN A 180 DEGflEE ARC AND SHALL BE SELF-CLOSING ONLY. (E) HINGES OF IN-SWINGING DOORS SHALL BE ADJUSTED TO HOLD THE Dom,s OPEON ,\ OOUT 30 WHEN DOOHS M(E AT IlEST. (F) UNLl::SS OTHl::RVI ISE SHO\';N SPEC I F I ED, ALL DOOf l S SHALL DE I !\l-SW I NG I NG. TILE 'NORK 659. GEi\lERAL. --FTI -It.: LOC A T I OF TH E TIL E VlOfi K SEC THE FINISH SCHEDULE ON DRAVJINGS Nos. G-3 AND G--4. 660. TYP E: S OF TILE.--ToILET FLOO,: Tll_E S HALL BE 2 X 2 [NCH, SQU/',RE OK HEXAGON, OF VI rr;EOUS FIN ISH, COLOi\S ,\8 [-iELECTED. ALL FLOOR TILE SHALL MEET THESE (A) TILE T O ILET BASE ANDPLI NTHG THERE IS NO WAIN SC0T SHALL QE 6 INCH, SANITARY C OVED AND MATT FINI S H. THIS TYPE /,PPL.IES TO TOILETS Nos. I AND 2, Di
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ST. AU3UST 1[E, FLA., P.O. Ai\D CU. 1. (E) All EDGES OF EXTRUDED TilES SHAll BE SQUAflE CUT, EXCEPT W HERE SLI GH TLY SUIIFACE EDGES (HAND FlTTlED TilE) AHE IN D ICATED. 661. SIZ;::S NOTED M;E tiOM IN/, l {,NIl SLI "iHT "",< lATIONS Villl BE GUT IN ANY CASE THE TilE SHAll lAY TO THE AND WIT HO UT NO TIC CAC lE VAillATION IN THE OF JOINTS. (10.) SUCH I,S STOP TilE, W INDO W T,"': I:,1, COVEns, MITE RS AND OTHER SPECIALS SHAll BE PROVIDED AS NECESSARY FO R A COMPl[TE ACCEPT AJ lE INSTAllATION. 662. TilE Si-it,ll THE S I\I'/)E COlOI'; T HiWUG HOUT THE 30DY OF TH::: TilE, P ,ND THE: SUHF,\C::: TEXTU, " VJHEI;c OTHE,; "JonK IS SHO\1i'J Oi ; SI ECIFIE;; TO :.iE 11"-\ TH [ TilE \Wr:. i< UNTil SUCH 'iwnK HAS INSTAllE: fiN] CVJivl H t -

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ST. /UGUST 1 f :E, FLt., P. O. !,Nl) CU. H. 6'10. PROTt:CTI O[1.--TI U : SH(,ll:;E KElT \'/H I lE IN p/ICKr,GES SHAll NOT DE TO liE UPON WET MATERIALS o n sunFACES. No TilE \iOiiK SHt,ll::;E Lt,I;; IN VJE /\THE: i EXCEPT WH["E TEIv1PEHATUiiES M;E M,AINTAINE::: TO IJ, ; EV EN T F h::: EZING. 6'11. All ROOMS OR SPACES IN WHICH TILE ARE JEING lklD SHAll : : E TO TRAFFIC OR WOGK SHAll DE KEPT UNTIL THE ARE COMPLETED AN:: THE TilE FI RMLY SET. TILE SHAll A:EQUATElY LAMAGE THE COMPLETiON OF THE 6'12. TILE.--TllES SHAll DE FliiMlY SECUr{E;: IN PU,CE. I NTS SHt,ll LlE '-',JEll F I LlE::, liNES KEPT STi1J' I GHT ,',i'L TiWE AN;) FIN I SHE::; SUfiFACES 0 nOUGHT TO T lUE PLANES. THE COi'ilF'lETC:::: WORK SHAll FIiEE F f10 M lOOSE, Ci ; ACKE:J on Li,OKEN TILE. 6'13. INTE;i SECT IONS ANI. F;E TunNS SHAll JE [lEi;FECTlY CUTTING ANr OF TilES SHAll JE NEATLY WITHOUT MA!;nING THE SUi,FACE OF THE TilE. THE CUT C';GES OF TilES f,GAINST T ;{ IM, FINISIf ETC., SHAll DE JOINTEL. THE TilES SHAll FIT CLOSELY t.!iOUN: ElECHtCCOUTlETS? PIPING, FIXTUh ES OR FITTINGS, SO TH/" i)lATES, COllARS Oi, covr.:: n I NGS, WHERE USE!;" .SHAll OVEfllAP THE TilE. 6'14. THE TilE SHAll 3 E OUT ON FLOOR S ON SO THAT, WHEREVEG POSSIJlE, NO TilES lESS THAN ONE-HALF FUll SHAll OCCU R 6'15. TRIMMEns SHALL FUll WITH MOI ( TI'In fiN:. : TAMPED INTO PlJ\CE, Y I NTEi;S[CT I NG WITH OTHel' : TilES. 676. TilE SHAll JE SET : ;EFO;;[ V l OiI K O N THE FlOorl IS BASE TilES J E SET IN FULL OF THE TilES TAMPE:') INTO Pl;',CEo T HE TilES SHt,ll ';E l I\OUGHT TO T;WE liNES lEVELS WITH JOINTS FLUSH. 6'1'1. SETT I NG ,JE;) 8 OF FlOOri TilE SHALL lESS HiAN 1/2 INCH THICK FOi-; CEF:r,MIC MOSAIC, NOil lESS TH{,N 1-1/2 INCHES THICK FOR TilE, SHAll .: E NOT THAN THE LAY FOllOW I NG TH r ,T ON VJH I CH THE CONCflETE Fill IS PU,CE:J. THE Mo,n A P SHAll SPkEr,:'; ,;N]"; TO;; AN:; EVE N rUINE, EITHEn lEVEL Oil SLOPe", TO :JR;, I N AS tiE Q U I n E D FOR fiHEAS OF Mor:E THAN 100 SQUAIIE FEET? SCR EE :', Srr-;IPS SHAll J E SET AS TEiviPO;-;hiiY GUIDES T SECUriE THESE HESUlTS. As lAIIG E A FLOOR AREA AS CAN DE WITH TilE DEFORE THE MORTAR REACHE: ITS INITIAL SET SHAll J E PLACED IN ONE OPERATION. WrlEN SETTING MORrAn HAS THAN CAN J E THUS CQVERE:, THE POGTION SHAll DE CUT DA CK TO CLEAN, CLOSE TO THE TILE A N D 6'79. Ul'CEii N O CI /'; CUi 'tST;',NCf:S SHi,ll fv: v"T(d; JE USE;). (r\ ) THE TilES OR SHEET UNITS OF 'Floor:S 0,\ Tri/,N 100 SQU;\RE AR E A SHgll TO II AT 680. JOIIHS NC'T C TH:.: m J I SE SH ALL srECIFIE:i Hl,;EIN. IHE n ::: r,AI NIMur" {,N_. :Ji!\XlivlUM ',!I::; T HS (\nE srECIFIL; F O:, /, O F TILE, Til f: J OINTS USE:, SHAll C E V! IT,HIN liMITS SHAll NEr,illY UNIFord,1 i\S THI < O UGHOUT THE "J OiiK. \,i l:-,THS O F J O l iHS SH{,ll r,s ClilM -dC)

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ST. ,. I[,iE, TL/; f:. O. f rD CU. H. CE-:I;{dvIIC MeSf,IC TILE, 1/16 INCll. Fon UNGU,Z[: VIALL TilE s I/f I NCH TO 3/3 I ;\JCH. 681. GFjQI:Tl f i G kS SOON AS THE Ht,VE SUFFICIENTLY SET. {,ll SH/,ll JE PO liTU.N:-; CE MENT. (A) F AC E JOINTS O F WAll TilE VITRE OUS TilE SHP,ll ,)E Cl,i\EFUllY \i/,SHE:: OUT VIITH CE MEN T I\N0 FINE SHAIlP Ii/H ITE SAN!..; 11:1 1 XE:-; 2 PMns CEMEm TO I pr.r;r Sr,Ni.). ( 8 ) IS SHAll JE ivl/ ,i.)E V! ITH I:'/HITE 1,1I i'iEF\I\l SHt,Ll USEJ f,S NECESSAi:Y T O P;:W;-;UC E THE :,ES I fiE:_: COLO,;. 682. CLEf,[,i!NG.--UroN cm.1PlETION O F THE GhQUTING, TilE SHf,ll C E TH OnO UGHlY CLEANED AN:; IN THIS CONJITION UNTil COMPLETION OF THE COf\!Tn:,CT. VJOR K 683. fvJ/.TERli.LS.--PornuIN;:: CEMENT TE[' iF1AZZO AN::' THE IvIflTEf;lf,lS A N D MIXING O F CONC RETE Fill SHAll CONFORM TO THE QUlhE:',lENTS Fon Sliv1llAf< \'IOfiK "CO NcnE TE CEMENT WonK ." 684 CHIPS SHr,LL O E HAfr;:! ["NL THE F OLLOWING IS i, LIST OF THE O F WHIH: {,tC tviA[1 ,; lES FOR TE nnAZ ZO FlOOi;S. FOil Tel lET FlOOHS THE f Ei ( CENT {IGES SHAll :E: '!VH I TE No. 135 PEn CENT, WHIT E No 2-35 PE RCEN T AN D WHITE No 3 -30 PER CENT, AS (y) ON KEY CH Mn, G 3 }\W) G-4. F on OTHEfI FLOORS THE SHAll J E: WHITE No. 1-3 0 PER CENT, WHITE No.2-50 PE" CENT, f'\E;,; Nc. 2-15 P En CENT, Gi; EEN Nc. 2-5 rE r: CENT AS l i'I.'; ICf,TE:: :-; Y (Z) O N KEY CHA,"; T, DiiP,'';JINGS [ ,JOS. G-3 ;, N:', G-4. 685 G8;,Y CC'lvlon SHf.,ll ,iE USE: : AN;" SHr,ll ::'E MArE P flOO F : ; Y THt: f,:-: ITI O N c,F INTEG; ; / l WATE ,'; Pi\OGFl t lG iJIIX E:. IN 'iilTH THE i\iANUFhCTUHEi<'S :,JKCCTIGNS 6 8 6. FELT SHAll CONF Crf;!\4 TO SPECIFICATI ON No. HH-F-236 G,; HH-F-241 687. CO; )CR:::T E FILL.--THE Fill TEf:r; /,zzo SHAll f3 E CU,SS C CONC8ETE [;EINFonCE:j WITH SHi: INKAG E SHAll .; E OVEr, A CONTI NUOUS l AYER O F n O l FING FELT. THE CONCi ETE SHAll DE 0Ell TAMPED AND lEVElEI: CF-F T O {\ T,:UE SUf,\F/ICE 1-1/2 INCHES JEl Q!,! THE FINISHE::: FlOO" lEVEL. i ,ll CONCi;ETE Fill i'Li,CE,-E/,CH :'f,Y SHAll :JE CG VE"E :-_ 3Y THE MORTAR NOT l ATER TH AN THE FUllOW ING ;"AY. 688. UNDERBED.--THE U N .. F-on TE,mr,lZO SHAll CONS I 3T OF ONE POMn C:::lvIENT AN:; F C U [\ PMHS CLEAN, SHt,i\P, SC"EEIo-JE:; SAND. THIS MORTAR SH/\ll J E TH EN EVENLY ,',NI; COMPf,CTE:" ON THECONCiiETE Fill AN; : JROUGH T TO f, U::VEl r.r lE AST 3/4 INCH SElO W THE FLOOK :;AY SHALL J E COV E R E D D Y N U T lATEn THAN THE F OllOW ING 689. DIVID!["lS STHIPS.--TI1E TE,\nnZC SHAll C E J CJINTED AS ON THE :,: ;r,SS ::IVI;) ING smlPs NOT lESS THI,N .05 INCH' TH I CK. THE STlil PS SH/\ll ;:;E SET IN I GHT T,'1 UE liNES CWM ....,. : ;'. ) -

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ST. FLA., P.O. M\JDCU.H OR I \ j THE P';TTEIl'J nEQUIHED ,'\'JD SI-I,\LL SHO\', OW THE 3URFACE or THE B'I}JISHED \'iORK. THE STRIPS SH,"LL BE DESIG'jED ':.'1 TH ,SECU!IE :,'JD SH,\LL BE SET WELL I !\JTO THE MOiH,,\ /\ 690. TE;mAZZO SH,\LL t3E T,";fvlPE D on nOLLED i iHO ;, COMP;,CT fv: .;SS Tim \','ELED TO THE nEc!UIRED LEVEL? TH[N M,;r18EL CHIPS SH,\LL BE ROLLED I'JTO THE SUi,r,',CE? U;:;I'!G \lOT LESS TH r,'J 85 POU'JDS OF CHIPS PE;i 100 S,(,(U:,RE FEr:T OF 3Uf1F:;CE / \ S ;,S C;,"J BE E:',lBEDDED TilE V! Of1KED TO ,\ SU:iF/,CE. THE TEnnp,ZZO i:-I'.JISH CHIPS t,\JD CEMENT) SH:,LL BE :IT LE,',S T 3/4 i'JCH THICK. 6 ] 1. THE TE,n;;zzo Ii') VESTIBULES YJD PU BLIC LOOBY? I!\J SH:,LL 8E 1,1,',1)E :JON-SLIPPING BY THE USE OF i\S;:,\ SIVE ;,GGnEG,\ TE, V,'HICll SH:,LL ::Jt: COMPOSED OF ;,T LE:;ST 5)' PEn CE:H ALUr,I I;'J,\ (.AL?03) HI (; H TEI.,lPEli:\TUilE? on BY OTHEr> SI I\lIL,,\,-i "Bf1,\SIVE "GGm. GA TES : "CCEI-T:,BLE T O THE P,;OCUIIEivlE : H PUBLIC THE ,:,8 :'L', SIVE G(;I (c;;;,\TE SHt,L:_ BE OF STlWCTUf:E 9 I1UST-f>,:OOF 9 ,\\!J BY MorSTUi1E OR BY TH E {,Gr1,;SIVE AGGi,EG,\ TE SH,"LL BE I!\J A SUFF I C I t:::n RANGE OF CO L t) iiS TO ALLO\,,I SELECT I O'.JS TO THE MARBLE CHIPS, CE SUF?IGIENTLY POiWUS TO OE fiE TA I 'JED I N THE CEivl0J r BO ND. 692. THE :,B, ;,'\SIVE AGGREGATES SHALL DE i"'l IXED \' ITH THE CHIPS THI\'rr A,IE ;'lOLLED I NTO THE SURF,\CE OF T H[ TEllil;,Z ZO :,FTU; IT H:IS TIiOWELED TO THE :iEQUlfiED LEVEL. NOT LE S S 40 OF THE: ;;GGiiEG,',TE 85 POU\JDS OF THE i vlt,RDEL CH I P S SH,'\LL 8 E USED EVE i1Y 100 S QUWE FEET OF SUfiFACt. THE AGGflEGATE AIm CHIPS SH/"LL DE \'JELL i'.1IXED T OGETHEr; Di i Y THE'! SPRU,D OVE:; T H E SUf;FACE OF THE TEllflAZZO. 693. TERR,;ZZO SH;,LL CU HE ;,T U ;,ST 6 D,ns 8 [FO E DUi1 THIS PEnlOD IT DE COVEIiED U\JIFORMLY O\J E INCH OF \,,IET S ,\'JD 0 1 I \lCH OF ':,' C T SAWDUST FfIOld I C ;,C I D9 :,:m SH,"LL BE KEPT WET B Y SP,II\iKLI:-JG ','liTH CLE.\\J V':,TEi:;"T 1 :..:rEl:V';LS OF i.'10;;E TH ,'.:-J 10 HOUi;S 694. A TVO-PLY P A PEn WITH THE CE'HE:I LiIl,Y DE USED I NSTE;'D OF THE S /; ND on S t, VIDUST; THE P;\PE;; TO DE cnOSSED FI C E R S COMPLETELY EMOEDDED I'.J THE THIS P E SIi ; L L eE Lf, I D WITH AS F J 0 I 'J TSf,S ? RACT I C!\ 0 L E ; THE T O DE L APPED A T 3 INCHES ;"ND WITH GUMMED P;,PE:; Ti"PE Cln GLUE ;,3 DlnECTED CY THE 6 95. ;:, F T E1\ CUI i r r HE T E m;;\ zZ0 1\ 'm THE FLO 0 f1 S T i ; IPS AD/I)R SH';LL D E GiiOU ND SiVlOO TH ; \"JD EVE!\J TO ;1 TiiUE ?LA!\JE9 REMOVI:-JG ,ILL SU,:F:,CE CG;1 C:"J T 9 HOLES 0;:( PI ::, j j) THE\J WASHED CLE;,".). C OR:< C;,RPET 696. GENERAL .--THE FL OOr:l S O F L OOKOU TS SHr,LL JE COVERED VII TH CORK C;,::;PET L;,lD CVEii ,\ Li;YEii OF FELT. 697. i'vI ATERltL.--ConK CMU'ET SH,;LL DE OF co,;nSE con l< \'ITH;, HIGH DEGF(EE O F EL;,STICITY. IT SH,\LL DE 1/4 INCH THICK AND DE NOT MonE TH AN 9.5 POU'JDS ;1 PLUS C; ; O F .0075 I'JCH THICK!\J[SS IS PE;'I'AITTED. rv1n 91

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ST. P. O. / ,ND CU. H. 698. FELT SHALL JE A I::E;\::ENING FELT ;:i EIGHING NOT LESS THAN 1-1/2 POUNJS PER SQUARE PASTE CE MENT SHALL DE SPECIA(LY rREPAREC F e n U,YING COl iK CAiiPET AN:) THE ChlENT SH;\LL W/,TE"PROOF. 699. I P.--THE VIOHK SHALL ':::E DC'NE SY SK I LLE:: VJOGKtvlEN EXi-'Ei'l ENCEr:; I N LAY I NG CJi1i< CAiiPET. THE FLOO;,S SHALL ::E CLE/IN AN:", :j RY THE FELT IS APrLiEL. CONCRETE SHALL HAVE A FINISH A TrWE EVEN SU;; F f'.CE. 700. THE F ELT J E LAI D IN THE SAME PARALLEL THE SEAMS AND THE FELT CAREFULLY FITTE D INTC PLACE ALL OPENINGS ?ROJECTfDNS. THE FELT SHALL : E IN rLACE eVER ITS SURFACE AND THOROUGHLY 701. THE COi1K CAi'\,'ET SH:"LL QE LAI:::' ":IITH A MINlfvlUM AMOUNT OF SEAMS SHALL D E FITTE D AGAINST ALL WALLS AND AROUND OP ENINGS 9 ETC. SEAMS SHALL DE LAPPED CUT THR OUGH JOTH THICKNESSES AT THE SAME TIME WITH A SEAM CUTTING TOO L TO MAKE Pri ACT I C t\ L L YIN V I S I ; L E J (; I NT S THE CAr(PET SHAL L ; E P f, S T E;:; 0 V E n ITS ENTI R E SU RFACE TO WITHIN AJCUT 4 INCHES OF THE SEAMS AN:, SLOWLY n C'LLEI) TO SMOOTH OUT ALL /IIi, ML:' CAUSE P E RFECT AJHESION. OF THE STRIPS THEN J E ED ENOUGH TO COA T THE AND THE O F THE SEAMS WITH CEMENT, THEN THE SE AMS SHALL JE SMOOTH. 702. C;[vrPLETION OF THE VICiiK 9 THE CJ\f\''ET SH/,LL 2E CL:E,l,NE:C, ;,EMG V I NG I,LL OF i-'{'STE AN;] CEMENT. 92 C\,iM

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ST. FLA. 9 P.O. I : :::' ) H. WOOlYNORK CARPENTRY 703. GENERAL.---THE CLASSIFICATION, BI',8IC GRADES Af\JD SIZ ESOF MATERIAL, BOARDS AND STRIPS, INCLUDiNG ROUGH, SURFACED OR WORKED LU MBE R, S HALL B E ACC ORDANCE WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION 704. THE O F I SHALL B E A S DEF I NED BY THE:: RULES OF TH E RECOGNIZEB MANUFACTURERS PRODUCING THE MATERI ALS SPEC: FI E D, BUT THE:: Dr::FECTS AND BLEMI SHES PERMISSIBLE IN ANY GRADE SHALL NOT EXCEED THE lIMITA-TIONS OF AMER I CAN LU'/iJE R Sr :\I\lDARDS GRADES BETTER THAN SPEC 1-. FlED WILL B E ACCEPTED. 705. DEFECTS OR 8LEivl1SHES PROHIBITED B'(i'THIS SPECIFICATION., EVEN THOUGH PERMIS S I BLE IN THE SPECIFIED GRADE, SHALL NOT APPtAR IN THE USED. SIZES SPECIFIED ARE NOMINAL ( BOARD MEASURE) DIMENSIONS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 706. MATERI ALS GENERALLY SHALL 3 E FREE FROM WARP THAT BE CORRECTED IN PROCESS OF 8RIDGI N G OR NAILING. 7070 'v'J00DWORK EXPOSED TO If I EIN ON TH E OUTS IDE O F B U I LDI NG OR IN FINISHED INTERIOR SPACES, SHALL B E DR E SSED. 708. MATERIAL SHALL BE SO DELIVERED, AND HANDLED AS TO PROTECT IT AGAINST DAMAGE. 709. MATER 1ALS. -.. AND T I M GER SHALL 3E THOROUGHLY SE ASONED AND WELL MANUFACTU RED. 710. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED MAT E nlAL S FROM STOCK L ESS THAN 2 INCHES THICK SHALL B E EIT!lER OF TH E FOLLOWING: No. 1 COMMON GR,: ,DE: PI NE 0 11 CYPR ESS. 711. STRUCTURAL MATERIAL OF EVERY DE S CRIPTION 2 3 Y 4 INCHES (NOMINAL) AND LARGFR IN CRaSS-SECTION SHALL J E STRUCTURAL GRADtS OF JOISTS AND PLANK OR 3EAMS AND S TRINGERS OR POSTS AND TIMBERS AS THE USE MAY REQ UIR E AS FOLLOWS: (A) FOR W ORK aN THE INSIDE OF BUILDI N G ENTIRELY P R 6TECTED, U NLES S OTH ER WISE SPECltlED, DEN S E SQUARE EDGE AND SOUND SOUTHERN PI N E. (s) FOR WORK ON THE EXTERI OR PA RTLY O R W H 0 LLY EXPOSED, INCLUDING ALL FRAMING F O R A N D STRUCTURAL HEAR T CYPRES S 712. EACH PIECE OF LU I'v18F::R IN [J IJNDLED STOCK) SHALL BEAR THE OFFICIAL GRADE AND TR ADE ) F T H E ASSO CIATION UNDER WHOSE RULES IT IS T H E LUMS E R 8 E ACCOMPANIED G Y A CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION IS SUED B Y THAT ASSOCIATIDN. 713. FRAMI NG, ,,,,-W00DWORK SHALL BE PROPERLY FRAMED, CLOSEi Y FITTED, ACCURATELY SET IN THE RE QUIRED LINES AND LEVELS AND RIGIDLY SECURED IN PLACE. SHIMS SHALL il E USED FOR LEVELING ON WOOD OR METAL BEARINGS. SLATE OR TILE SHIMS WITH FULL BEARINGS MAY BE USED AS NECESSARY FOR LEVELING ON MASONRY OR CONCRETE. RN

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ST. AUGUS TI NE, FLA.,? P..O. Af\[) CU. H. (A) TRIMMERS SHALL BE FRAMED AROUND CHIMNEYS AND FLUES IN ROOFS. Tr;MAI NG SHt\LL EE KEPT AT LEAST II NCH AWAY FROM ANY SMOKE FLUE OR CHIMNEY. (B) RAFTERS SHALL BE CUT OR BUILT UP TO THE REQUIRED INCLINES, AND SHALL BE SPIKED TO WOOD BEARINGS AND AT LAPPED ENDS WHERE POSSIBLE. (c) STUDS FOR DWARF PARTITIONS AND THE SHOES AND CAPS FOR, SAME SHALL BE 2 INCH STOCK BY THE REQUIRED WIDTH. STUDS SHALL BE SPACED NOT MORE THAN 16 INCHES ON CENTERS. 714. AND BLOeKING.--BLOCKING BEHJEEN STUDS, AND RAFTERS, SHALL BE OF 2 INCH STOCK AND THE FULL DEPTH OF THE FRAMING MEMBERS. CROSS-BRIDGiNG SH/\LL 8E 1-1/2 GY 3 INCH STOCK. (A) RAFTERS OF "FLAT" ROOFS, SHALL BE CROSS-RRI DGED ONCE EVERY 8 FEET, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. (B) NAILING STRIPS THAT ARE TO JE EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE SHALL BE OF 1-1/2 BY 3 I NCH STOCK AND CREOSOTED. THEY SHALL BE BEVELED 1/2 INCH ON ONE OR BOTH EDGES AND SPACED FOR THE REQUIRED NAILING. (C) NAILERS ON STEEL FRAMING SHALL BE AT LEAST 2 INCH STOCK OF THE REQUIRED WIDTH AND BORED FOR BOLTING. SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. 715. SHEATHING.--SHEATHING SHALL BE WORKED FROM I BY 6 INCH STOCK EXCEPT WHERE HEAVIER SHEATHING IS INDICATED WHERE SUPPORTED BY STEEL PURLINES. ALL SHALL BE DRESSED .AND SHEATHING SHALL BE DRIVEN CLOSE AND DOU9LENAILED AT ALL BEARINGS. END JOINTS SHALL BEELL DISTRIOUTED AND MADE AT BEARINGS ONLY, UNLESS END MATCHED. 716. Roof SURFACES SHALL BE FORMED WITH CRICKETS, VALLEYS, GUTTERS, ETC., FOR PROPER DRAINAGE. 717. CANT STRIPS ABOUT 6 INCHES WIDE SHALL BE SET AT AN ANGLE OF 45 ALL PROJECTIONS ABOVE COMPOSITION ROOFS ON WOOD SHEATHING. 718. WOOD GROUNDS.--GROUNDs SHALL 3E SET FOR PLASTER AT POINTS WHERE OTHER FINISH WILL CONNECT THEREWITH. GROUNDS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS AND SET BACK 1/2 INCH FROlvi THE EXPOSED EDGES OF OVERLAPP I NG FIN ISH. THEY SHALL BE STRAIGHT AND PLUMB OR LEVEL AND IN TRUE ALIGNMENT. SPOT IN OF PARIS NOT MORE THAN 12 INCHES ON CENTERS MAY BE USED WHERE CONTINUOUS GROUNDS ARE NOT PRACTICABLE. SEE SPEC IFICATIONS FOR METAL PLASTER GROUNDS WHERE CEMENT GASE AND PLASTER ABUT. (A) GROUNDS MATCHED WAINSCOTING SHALL BE NOT OVER 18 INCHES APART. WOOD BASE SHALL HAVE HORIZONTAL GROUNDS AT TOP AND OOTTOM EDGES. (B) GROUNDS SHALL ElE 5/8 INCH THICK ON tvlAS(jNRY ,'\ND 1-1/2 INCHES WIDE. (C) TEMPORARY Gfi0UNDS SHALL BE SET TO 1/2 INCH CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE PLASTER mGE AND OTHER FINISH REQUIRING THE REMOVAL OF GROUNDS OEFdRE IT IS INSTALLED. (D) GROUNDS OF" 1-1/4 INCH CY 4 INCH STOCK WITH TOP EDGE 8EVELED SHALL BE SET TO RECEIVE FLASHINGS OR CAP-FLASHINGS AGAINST STUCCO FINISH. RN -%

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ST. AUGUST 1NE? FlJl,., p .. 0" AND CU. H. 719. TEMPOF,ARY CLOSURES.--TEIviPORARY DOORS AND CLOTH COV[RED FRAMES FOR WINDOWS SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR ALL EXTERIOR OPENINGS DURING PLASTERING AND UNTIL THE BUILDING HAS DRIED OUT. 720, STEEL WINDOWS Mr.. Y BE GLAZED OF BEING FITTED WITH TEMPORARY CLOSURES, BUT THE WINDOWS AND GLASS SHALL BE CAREFULLY PROTECTED AND GLASS THAT IS SCRATCHED OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED SHALL BE WITH NEW. 721. FOR ATTIC WALK, SEE MISCELLANEOUS DETAIL NOT E D ON DRAWING No. G-5, THE WALK SHALL BE FLOORED WITH 1 BY 6 INCH MATCHED SHEATHING. RAIOING MEMBERS SHALL BE CHAMFERED. 722. OF THE LOCATION OF .L\NCHORS IS NOT INDIC ATED ON THE DRAWINGS, THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS SHALL GOVERN: (A) ABOVE FIRST FLOOR AND PARALLEL WITH EXTERIOR WALLS SHALL ANCHORED THERETO AT LINE OF CROSS BRIDGING. (B) THE STUDS AND SHOES OF FRAMMED D WARF PARTITIONS ABUTTING OR RESTING ON CONCRETE SHALL BE SECURED THERETO ONCE IN EVERY 4 FEET WITH ANCHORS OR EXPANSION BOLTS. (0): NAILING OR BEARING STRIPS ON STEEL FRAMING SHALL BE BOLTED TO THE STEEL AT POINTS STAGGERED AND SPACED ABOUT 30 INCHES ON CENTERS. 723, ANCHORS, BOLTS, BOLT HEADS AND BEARING ON WOOD SHALL HAVE STANDARD WASHERS. WHERE SIZES OF ANCHORS, BOLTS, ETC., ARE NOT INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS SHALL GOVERN: 724. ANCHOR BOLTS GEN[RALLY SHt .LL BE 1/2 INCH DI AMETER WITH NUT AND WASHER AND WALL END BENT 2 ANCHOR BOLTS FOR STUDS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 4 INTO MASONRY OR CONCRETE. EXPANSION BOLTS SHALL BE 1/2 INCH D I A!vlETER WITH EXP P,NS ION SLEEVES. SPEC I AL ANCHOR BOLTS fOR HEAVY WOOD FRAMING OF GALLERY AND BALCONIES SHALL BE AS DETAILED. SEE SHEETS No. G-2oo AND G-201. 725. WALL FOR JO I STS R/\FT E RS SHALL BE 1/4" BY 1-1/4 INCH FLATS WITH WALL ENDS BENT 4 INCHES AND BUILT IN 8 INCHES, EXTENDED AT LEAST 16 INCHES ONTO THE FRAMING AND FASTENEL WITH THREE SPIKES OR BOAT NAILS. ANCHORS AT RIGHT ANGLES TO FRAMING SHALL EXTEND ONTO AND BE FA STENED TO THREE JOISTS CR RAFTERS. 726. BOLTS FOR NAILERS AND BE/\RING STRIPS ON STEEL SHALL BE 1/2 I NCH FOR NA I LERS AND 3/4 I NCH FOR BE l\H I NG STR IPS. 727. ANCHORS FOR WOOD SHALL BE ZINC-COATED AND SO DESIGNED THAT THEY PULLED ouf AFTER THE CONCRETE HAS THEY SHALL BE OF ANNEALED STEEL WIRE AT LEAST .14 INCH IN DIAMETER OR OF NOT LIGHTER 20 STANI;>ARD Gf,UGE MET/\L 1-1/4 INCH WIDE. (A) WOOD I'-RIWES AND BUCKS SHALL 3E 1/8 BY 1-1/4 INCH FLATS WITH ENDS TURNED 2 INCHES, EXTENDED NOT LESS THAN 8 INCHES INTO MASONRY, AND SECURED TO AND BUCKS WITH 728. FASTENIf'.
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ST. r\UGUSTINE, PO. AND CU. H, 729. SflIKES, ETC., SHA'll BE OF SUITABLE TYPES AND SIZES TO THE MEMBERS INTO PLACE AND SECURELY HOLD SAME. 730. CHEI\J,ICAL TFiEATMENT.--CHEfviICr,lS FOR PROTECTION OF WOOD SHAll BE ZINC CHLORIDE, WOLMAN SALTS OR META ARSENITE, liT THE OPTION OF THE CONTR(ICTOR, US J NG THE ONE POUND (DRY S/Il T) OR 1/4 POUND WOLMAN SP,lTS OR META ARSENTITE PRESSURE TREATMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATION OF THE AMERICr,N WOOD PRESERVERS' ASSOCIATION. 611731. THE OUTS IDE OF ROOF S HE/ \TH I NG FORMI NG THE EAVES UNDER TilE ROOF AND All BLOCKING OR OTHER WOOD SUPPORTS FOR SAME SHAll BE PROTECTED BY IMPREGNATION OF CHEMICALS. 732. SlEEPEnS UNDER FLOOR ING fIND MO Al THRESHOLDS OF DOORS, WHERE SHOWN, SHAll BE T REATED WITH CHEMICALS AS SPECIFIED. SEE DRAWINGS No. G-203, 733. AND FI II UNDER WOOD FLOORS AND THE SHEATHI NG BACK OF STUCCO SHAll BE COVERED WITH TWO-FLY BUilDING PAPER CONSISTING OF T W O lAYERS OF NORTHERN KRAFT COMBINED TOGETHER WITH AS PHALT, TYPE I I, FiDERAl SPECIFICATION No. SS-A-666. EACH lAYER OF PAPER SHAll BE COATED WITH 8EFORETHE TWO ARE BROUGHT TOGETHER TO INSURE A MEMBRANE FREE FROM VOIDS. THE PAPER SHAll WEIGH NOT lESS THAN 21-1/2 POUNDS PER 500 SQUARE FEET; THE PAPER WEIGHING NOT lESS THAN 10.4 POUNDS AND THE BALANCE BEING ASPHALT. THE PAPER SHAll BE lAPPED AT JOI.NTS _AND TACKED IN PLACE. 734. GALLERY ,6,ND BALC:JNIES.--THE G/\llEiiY ON SECOND FLOOR AND THREE BALCONIES IN SECOND FLOO R SHAll BE FRAMED OF HEAVY SOLID TIMBERS FOR BRACKETS, 8E1Ii'J1S, POSTs, ETC. AS SH()IIJN ON DKAi"1 NGS Nos. G-200 G-201. FRAMING SHAll BE FITTED TOGETHER, ANCHORED AND TIED AS SHOWN ON THE DETAILS. P O STS SHAll BE BORED FUll LENGTH AS DETAILED. ALL FRAMING lUMBER OF GAllERY AND BALCONIES SHAll BE SELECT STRUCTURAL HE/\RT CYPRE SS. MILLWORK & FINISH 735. 1111 lU:ORK AND moD FI NI SH REQUI RED UNDER THE CONTRACT SHAllGE PRnVIDED WHETHER OR NOT tVERY ITEM OF WORK IS, SPECIFICAllY MENTIONED HER EIN. 736. LUMBER SHI-'.ll 8 E l I VE9 SOUND STaCK THAT IS THOROUGHLY SEASONED AND WEll MANUFACTU R ED. 737. WOOD TIiAT IS TO BE FINISHED IN PAINT SHALL HAVE EXPOSED SU R FACESffiEE DEFECTS AND BLEMISHES THAT VOUlD SHOW AFTER BEING FINISHED ASSPECIFIED UNDER REGARDLESS OF THE GRADE SPECIFIED. 738. THE TE iiMS "NATunAl F'NISH" Af'
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. CU. H. (B) SPECIAL UNGLAZED DOORS OPENING TO OR FROM VESTIBULE AND PUBLIC LOBBIES ON FIRST FLOOR:-CLEAR HEART RED CYPRESS. (C) TURNED W O RK;--CLEAR HEART RED CYPRESS; (D) GALLERY AND BALCONY RAIL S AND MOULDINGS OVER BY STOCK1-SELECT STRUCTURAL HEART RED CYPRESS. (E) MOULDINGS FROM LESS THEN BY 4" STOCK:-CLEAR HEART RED CYPRESS. (F) FRAMES FOR DoORS, rPfENGH WINDOWS AND CASEMENT WINDOWS: SELEC'r HEART STRUCTURAL CYPRESS. (G) PULLEY STILES OF Box HEAD FRAMES:B AND BETTER GRAIN SOUTHERN PINE. (H) ALL OTHER WOOD FINISH INCLUDING SILLS AND TRIM OF BOX HEAD FRAMES:-CLEAR HEART RED CYPRESS 740. FLOORS OF BALCONI ES; CLEAR HEt'.RT CYPRES S I N FULL LENGTHS NO BUTT JOINTS. 741 I f\ITER IOR WORK (EXCEPT FLOOR 1NG) :(A) GU,ZED DoORS AND SASH:-CLEAR .STOCKWHI TE PI NE OR CLEAR HEART CYPRE SS. (B) SPECIAL UNGLAZED DOORS OPENING TO OR FROM PUBLIC LO BB IES ON FIRST FLOOR:-CLEAR HEART CYPRESS. (C) ALL OTHER DOORS AND SASH NOT OTHERW ISE NOTED:-CLEAR STOCK WHITE PINE OR CLEAR HEART CYPRESS. (D) CEILING BEAMS IN PU BLIC LOB GIES, FIR S T FLOOR: SOLID TIMBERS PECKY CYPRESS, THE PECK TO RUN FULL LENGTH ON THREE (3) FACES. {E) CEILING IN LOB 2 IES:-pEeKY CYPRESS, AS PER FIGURE No.1, PAGE 22 (COA RSE PECK) STAND ARD GRADING h ULES O F THE SOUTHERN CYPRESS MANUFACTURERS Assoc I AT ION PUBLI t,HEDJUNE I, EACH SQUl"RE FOOT OF BOA RDS TO CONTAIN PECK AS DESCRI BED. (F) MATCHED FOR WAINSCOT:GRADE B -FINISH, CYPRESS. (G) LOB8 Y DESKS AND TURNED WORK THROUGH THE INTERIOR:-PECKY CYPRESS A8PER:-ftGUr?E No. 3, PAGE 22(FI NE PECK) STANDARD GRADI NG RULES OF THE SOUTHERN MANUF Jl.CTUREHS Assoc I AT ION PUBL I SHED JUNE I, 1934. (H) HAND RAILG OR STAIRS: CLEAR HEART CYPRESS. (J) ALL OTHER WOOD FINISH INCLU1JING FRAMES NOT OTHERWISE NOTED:GRADE B AND BETTER CYPRESS. 742. WOOD THAT IS TO BE FINISHED NATURAL SHALL 8E BRIGHT AND UNIFORM IN COLOR AND FREE FROM DEFErTS AND BLEMISHES ON EXPOSED SUR FACES, EXCEPT WHERE SAME ARE ALLOWED IN THE GRADES SPECIFIED 743. ATTENTJ0TV IS DIRECTEIl TO THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS":. (A} T HL v,t\ 1:.s' I : : .11 I <..iNG Vt::s'ri !.':D (iF CYf' } i [S5 o,{ i'f/ITE .'1 : \ : \.'. S0F T PI'!E c'u ': rh O f _OJ I '; I: .I ,...... ..... ,.. r' ; .: ...., ,,: : 0 .. I \ ;. 1. < I H r:, .' 1 1r .. J RN 97

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AM) CU. H. (u) THE DOORS NUMBERED 1/12, 1/ 1 3, 1/20 AND 103 SHALL BE BUILT UP OF HEAVY SOLID STOCK THREE-PLY CYPRESS WITH SOLID PANELS IN DOOR No. 103, ALL FOR STAIN OR NATURAL FINISH. (c) ALL OTHER DOORS 1-314 INCHES THICK SHALL BE SOLID STILES AND RAILS WITH PtY-WOOD VENEERED PANELS, FOR INTERIOR AND SOLID PANELS FOR EXTERIOR FOR PAINT OR NATURAL FINISH AS SPECIFIED. (D) DOORSOF CUPBOARDS AND CABINETS SHALL MATCH THE ROOM FINISH. DoORS OF PARTITIONS IN TOILET ROOMS SHALL'MATCH THE ROOM DOORS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. (E) INTERIOR WOOD SASH SHALL BE SOLID AND OF THE SAME KIND OF WOOD AS THE MORE IMPORTANT OR EXPENSIVE ADJOINING FINISH. (F) WOOD TREADS OF STEPS IN OFFICE No. 201 SHALL BE PLAIN SAWED AND OF WHITE OAK, TO HARMONIZE WITH A8UTTING WOOD FLOOR. (G) COUNTER TOPS AND SHELVES OF DUTCH DOORS SHALL BE OF Q-AK OR BIRCH FOR NATURAL FINISH. (H) WOOD FLOORING IS SPECIFIED. 744. STOCK SIZES, INTERIOR WOOD FINISH AND 1XX)RS.--BIDS SHALL BE BASED ON THE USE OF THE FOLLOWING STOCK FOR TYPICAL INTERIOR WOOD FINISH, EXCEPT IN POST OFFI .CE WORKROOMS AND WHERE SPECIAL TRIM IS CLEARLY SHOWN. PLAIN BI\SE -4/: 1 x8 INCH. BASE WITH OFFSET -5/4 X 8 INCH. BASE TOP MOULD -4/4 X 1-3/4 INCH. DOOR AND WINDOW ARCHITRAVES -4/4 X 4-1/2 INCH WITH 6/4 X 2 INCH BACK BANDS. WINDOW STOOLS -5/4 INCH BY WIDTH REQUIRED. PICTURE MOULD -4/4 X 2-5/8 INCHES. WINDOW APRONS -4/4 X 4-1/2 INCH. BED MOULDS, 4/4 X 1-1/4 INCH. CHAIR RAIL -4/4 X 4-1/2 INCHES. INTERIOR DOORS STILES AND TOP RAILS 5 INCHES, CROSS RAILS 4 INCHES AND BOTTOM RAILS 10 INCHES, ACTUAL WIDTH ON THE SQUARE. (A) VARIATIONS FROM THE ABOVE SIZ E S IN TH STOCK REQUIRED 5Y FULL SIZED DETAILS WILL BE SUBJECT TO AN ADJUSTMENt IN THE CONTRACT AS DETERMINED BY THE CONTRACTING OFFICER. 745. PROTECTION.--WooD WORK SHALL BE DELIVE RED DRY AND PROTECTED AT ALL TIMES INJURY OR DAMPNESS. DOORS, SASH, FLOORING AND INTERIOR FINISH SHALL NOT BE STORED OR INSTALLED IN ANY PART OF THE BUILDING UNTIL AFTER THE CONCRETE AND PLASTER WORK IN SUCH PART ARE COMPLETED AND THAT PART OF THE BUILDING IS THOROUGHLY DRY. 746. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN A TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 70 DEGREES F. IN EVERY PART OF THE BUILDING WHERE INTERIOR MILLWORK AND FINISH IS STORED OR INSTALLED DURING SUCH STORAGE OR INSTALLATION AND UNTIL THE COMPLETIONOF THE CONTRACT. 747. WORKrv1ANSHIP.--WOODWORK GENERALLY SHALL BE FINISHED SMOOTH. INTERIOR WOODWORK SHALL HAVE A FINE, SMOOTH FINISH AND SHALL BE FREE FROM MACHINE OR TOOL MARKS, ABRASIONS, RAISED GRAIN, ETC., ON EXPOSED SURFACES. RN -'98

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ST. AUGUST INE, AND CU. H. JOiNTS SHALL BE TIGHT AND SO FORMED AS TO CONCEAL SHRINKAGE. 4 INCHES OR MORE FROM HEEL TO POINT SHALL BE GLUED AND FEATHERED, LOCKED OR SPLINED. TENONS AND DOWELS SHALL BE MADE TO A DRIVING FIT. DoWELS S HALL BE OF HARD WOOD AND AT LEAST TWO SHALL BE USED IN EACH JOINT. 749. Jo I OF OUTS I D E \'JORI< SHALL EXCLUDE WATER AND BE SET IN WHITE LEAD OR WATERPROOF GLUE. SHOP JOINTS OF INTERIOR WORK SHALL BE MADE WA TERPROOF GLUE OR HOT-GLUED UNDER PRESSURE. 750. DO O R A N D V i I : \'!1 0'N IM SHALL BE INS I NGLE LENGTHS IN I THOUT SPLICING. RUNNIN G Fl iJ I SH SUC H A S C ORNICE, BASE, CHAIR RAIL, PICTURE MOULD ET C., SH/\LL El E IN COi.:iv1E nCI f \ L LONG LENGTHS AND JOI NTED ONLY WHERE SOLID FASTENINGS GAN D E MADE END JOI N T S IN BUILT UP MEMBERS SHALL BE WELL BROKEN AND DISTRI BUTED. 751 DOOR FRAfvlES.--ExTEF110R DOOR FR AM ES GENERALLY SHALL BE OF 4 INCH STOCK BY 6 INCH OR 8 INCH OR 10 INCH AS SHOWN ON TH[DETAILS, GROOVED QR KERFED ON THE BACK, REBAT E D AT 80TH EDG E S FROM THE SOLID AND WITH MOULDED INSIDE CORNER IN DoOR FRAMES FOR OPENINGS Nos. 1 / 12 AND 1 / 13 SHALL BE SI M ILA R aU T 6 INCH BY 10 INCH. SEE DRAW I NGS Nos. G-2CO, G-20 I, 8-203. (A) FRAME FOR ENTFlANCE DOOR 1/1 SHALL BE WORKED UP FROM 2-1/2 INCH STOCK WITH MOULDED PILASTER BASES AND CAPS, CORNICE, MOULDINGS, ETC., AS DETAI LED ON D R!\W I NG 8-200. (B) FRAMES OF ALL OTHER OUTSI DE SHALL BE WORKED FROM 2-1/2 INCH STOGK. (C) OUTSIDE F R A MES SHALL HAVE APPLI E D STAFF BEADS INSTALLED AFTER THE FRAMES ARE SET AND CAULKED. PLASTER E D OR UNFINI SHED REVEALS SHALL HAVE APPLIED MEMBERS AT JAMBS AND HEADS. 752. DOORS.--DoORS SHALL B E 1-314 INCHES THICK, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. ALL DOORS SHALL B E FREE FROM OPEN JOINTS, WARP OR TWIST. (A) UNLESS OTHE FlW I SE NOTED OUT S IDE D OORS SHALL BE SOLID. PANELS (EXCEPT FLUSH AND SINGLE GLASS PANELS SHALL BE SET WITH SPLIN E S AND MOLDINGS. (B) .... LL INTER IOF? DOOi lS 1-314 INCHES THICK SHALL BE SOLID FOR BOTH PAINTED AND NATUR A L FINISH, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. (C) DUTCH SHALL HAVE OF OAK O R BI?CH ,SUPPORTED ON BRACKETS AND BED MOL DS. SEE D E TAILS NOTE D ON URAWINGS No. 8-204. 753. DOORS O F CUP BOARDS AND CMJII\JETS SH, ,LL D E S OLiD WITH RAILS AND STILES FROM I INC H S TOC K, [ XCEPT TH A T D OORS LARGER THAN 40 INCHES HIGH AND 20 INCHES WI D E S HAL L HAVE R,'\ ILS AND STILES OF 1-1 / 4 INCH STOCK. 754. MEETING STILES OF D O U BLE D OOlS SHALL BE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. MEETING S TILE S O F D O U B LE-ACTING .. D00RS SHALL BE ROUNDED. MEETING STILES OF MAIN DOORS AND OF DOUBLE INTERIOR VESTIBULE DOORS SHALL 8E WORKED TO STANDARD BEVEL WITH EDGES SL I GHTL Y ROUNDED. SEE MI SCELLANEOUS DET A I L ON DRAWl NG No. G-202. RN -99

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ST. AUGUST INE, P. O. ,A.ND CU. H. 755. THE RAI LS OF DOORS SHALL BE TONGUED AND TENONED OR T( .JGUED AND DOWELED TO THE ST I LES. TENONS AND DOINELS TO BE CON CAL.E!:. DOWELED JOINTS MORE THAN 3-1/2-INCHES WIDE SHALL HAVE THREE DOWeLS. JOINTS MORE THAN 7 INCHES WIDE SHALL HAVE DOUBLE TENONS OR AT LEAST FOUR DOWELS. 756. THE [, :)TTOM I LS OF DOORS AND II FRENCH II WI NDC)WS SHALL BE GROOVED AS DETt. 1 LED I N DRAWl NG 8-202 UNLESS OTHERWI SE NOTED AND SHALL HAVE DRIP MO ULDI NGS D ADOED INTO THE LOWER RAILS AS DETAILED. (A) THE TOPS OF /\ LL r,ND IIFR ENCH" I NINDOWS OPENING TO THE OUTSIDE SHhLL HAVE A M ETAL G A P OR PROTECTION AS SPECIFIED UNDER IIS HEET flii ET {IL \VO RK". 757. WINDOW SILLS OF OUTSIDE FRAMES FOR HINGED SASH SHALL BE WORKED FnOM 3 INCH STOCK AS DETAILED ON DRAWINGS Nos. G-200, G-202, G-203. (A) SILLS FOR ALL EXTERIOR WINDOW FRAMES S fiALL HAVE DRIP, WASH AND WEATHER STOP AND SHALL BE KERFED ON THE BACK. 758. SOX HEAD FRAMES SHALL HAVE PULLY STI LES, YOKES /l,ND OUTSIDE MEMB ERS OF 1-1/4 INCH STOCK, BACKS AN D INSIDE MEMBERS OF I INCH STOCK. FRAMES SHALL HAVE POCKETS ACCE S S TO CHAINS AND PULLEYS; POCKET PIECES TO BE SECURED BRASS STRIPS SHALL BE TIGHTLY FITTED IN GROOVES, BUT FASTENED. SEE DRAWING G-200 FOR EXTENDED FRAi'v1E (OPEN I NG 2 / 1). 759. PLANK FRAMES FO "l EXTER IOFl IN I SHALL BE WORKED FROM 4 INCH BY 6 INCH STOCK OH 2 INCH BY 6 INCH STOCK ACCORDING TO LOCATION AT DETAI LED ON DRMII NGS G-202 AND G-203, AND SHALL BE GROOVED OR KERFED ON THE BACK, AND SHALL BE REBATED FROM THE SOLID. 760. FRAMES FOR FI XED OR HINGED SASH ON INTERIOR SHALL BE I;'!ORKED FROM 5/L'r INCH STOCK AND SHALL Hf,VE PL )WED-IN STOPS. FRll,MES FOR PIvOTED SASH SHALL HAVE FILLETS WHICH SHALL BE BEDED AND REBATED TO MATCH THE SASH, 761. OUTSIDE IN OPENINGS SHALL HAVE STAFF BEADS. ApPLIED BEADS SHALL BE AFTER THE FRAMES ARE SET AND CAULKED. 762. IN OR UNFINISHED REVEALS SHALL HAVE APPLIED MEMBERS AT J AMeS AND HEADS. 763. IN SCiiEEN LINE SHALL BE BOX TYPE WITH PULLEY ST I LE BACKS AND OTHm OF I I NCH STOCK. FRAMES HAVE POCKETS FOR ACCESS TO CHAINS AND PULLEYS; P OCKET PIECES TO BE SECURED WITH BRASS SCREWS. PARTING SHALL BE TIGHTLY FITTED IN GROOVES BUT NOT FASTENED. 764. SASH.--Sr,SH BE 1-3/4 I :\I CHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. EXTERIOR SASH BE O N THE OUTSIDE FOR PUTTY GLAZING. INTERIOR SASH GENE R ALLY B E REBATED ON THE INSIDE AND HAVE GLAZING BEADS. 765. EXTERIOR SASH HINGED AT THE SIDE TO SWING IN SH/\LL BE PLOWED FOR WOOD DRIP MOULDI NGS AS DEHI LED ON DRl\WI NG G-202. THE TOPS OF ALL EXTE RIO R HINGED SASH OPENING TO THE OUTSIDE SHALL HAVE A METAL CAP OR WEATHER PR()TECTION ,\S SPECIFIED IN "SHEET METAL WO f 'lKII. FS -'):JU-

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ST. AUGUSTINE,FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 766. MEETING STILES 0F DOUBLE HINGED SASH SHALL BE REBATED AND BEADED AS DETAILED ON DRAWING No. G-202. 767. ALL SASH SHALL HAVE M0KTISE AND TENON JOINTS; EXTERIOR SASH PINNED, AND INTERIOR SASH WEDGED AND GLUED. 7f:B. DOOR AND WINDOW TRIM.--PLAIN TRIM SHALL BE BUTT-JOINTED, AND MOULDED MEMBERS MITERED, AT CORNERS. TRIM EXTENDING TO FLOOR SHALL HAVE PLINTH BLOCKS IN CONNECTION WITH WOOD BASE; ARCHITRAVES SHALL HAVE MOULDED BACK BANDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. BACK BANDS IN WORK .ROOMS SHALL MEMBER WITH THE TOP MOULDING OF WOOD BASE OR WAINSCOT. 769. FIXED AND SLIDING SASH SHALL HAVE MJULDED STOPS 1/2 INCH THICK. STOPS FOR SLIDING SASH SHALL BE BORED AND COUNTERSUNK FOR STOP ADJUSTERS NEAR THE ENDS AND AT INTERVALS OF 15 INCHES. Daws IN PLASTERED WALLS SHALL HAVE WOOD STOOLS WITH MOULDED APRON AND BED MOULD, EXCEPT WHERE OTHER WALL OCCURS OR WHERE OTHER MATERIAL IS SPECIFIED OR NOTED FOR STOOLS. 770. Fi,\ AMELI N OR SUG-CAST I NGS SHALL B E AT LEAST 1/2 INCH THI CK AND HAVE BED MOULDS EXCEPT II/HERE WOOD OCCUR. WOOD REVEALS SHALL BE OF I-I NOH STOCK AND TONGUED TO SUB-CASTINGS. 7 7 1. BASE, CHAIR RAIL AND SHALL BE KERFED ON THE BACK OR WORK ED HOLLOW BACK. BASE ON .FLOORS SHALL EXTEND 3/4 INCHES BELOW FINISHED LINE OF FLOOR. OFFICE$ SHALL HAVE PICTURE MOULD. FOR EXTENT OF CHAIR RAIL SEE DRAWINGS. 772. WOOD BE.AMS AND CEILING IN LOBBIES.--THE CEILING IN MAIN LOBBY AND CEILING HAMS IN LOBBIES ON FIRST FLOOR NOT INCLUDING EAST LOBGY SHALL BE PECKY CYPRESS. (A) THE BEAMS SHALL BE SOLID TIM BERS AND ALL IN ONE PIECE FROM END TO END OF PIECE. THE SIZES SHALL BE 4 INCHES BY 8 INCHES, 4 INCHES BY 10 INCHES AND 6 INCHES BY 12 INCHES ACCORDING TO DETAILS. ALL FLAT WORK SHALL BE NAILED UP CLOSE WITH JruNTS AT RIGHT ANGLES TO B EAMS; ALL STRAIGHT AND TRUE TO LINE. 773. THE SUPPORTING FRAME WORK FOR CEILINGS SHALL CONSIST OF W0DD GROUNDS ATTACHED TOSLA8 A BOVE OR SUSPENDED FRJM SLAB AaOVE. THE MEMBERS O F THE CEILING, THE BEAMS, MOULDINGS ETC., TO BE SCREWED OR NAILED OR 30LTED AS REQUIRED TO THE GROUNDS. SCREWS TO BE COUNTERSUNK AND NAILS, SCREW S AND OTHER FASTENINGS TO B E CONCEALED FROM VIEW. SEE DRAWING No. G-20 1 1 774. BULLETIN BOARDS.--SEE DETAI LS NOTED O N DRAW l NG No. G-207. BACK BOARDS SHALL HAVE THREE-PLY LAMINATED CORES VENEERED 80TH SIDES; CORES AND VENEERS OF CLEAR WHITE FELT C0VERING SHALL BE HEAVY WOOL FELT O R COLOR SELECTED GLUED ANV STRETCHED TIGHT. FRONTS SHALL B E OF WOOD. 775. DI RECTOKY, --SEE MI SCELLANEOUS DET l\ I LS NOTED ON ING No. G-207.. Dr BOARD SHALL BE EITHER THE GROOVED TYPE OR SECT rON SPECIFIED HE REIN, A T THE OPTION OF THE FRONTS SHALL OE OF WOOD. 776. EACH BOARD OF THE GROOVED TYPE SHALL CONSIST OF A FLUSH WOOD PANEL OF FIVE-PLY LAMINATED CONSTRUCTION, AND A OF SUITABLE THICKNESS FOR GROOVING WHICH SHALL BE GLUED SIDE OF THE PANEL.0 ONE FS -1 U i -.

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ST. AUGUSTINE., FlA., P.O. AND CU.H. TO FQRM THE FACE OF THE BOARD. THE FACE OF THE BOARD SHALL HAVE HORI ZONTAL GROOVES, 1/4 I NCH.GEf'+TER TO CENTER, FOR A C 'HANGEABLE LETTER SYSTEM AND SHALL BE COVERED WITH ALL-WOOL BROADCLOTH OF FINE, DURABLE QUALITY AND BLACK OR DARK GREEN IN COLOR AS SELECTED. 777. LETTERS AND NUMERALS FOR GROOVED BOARDS SHALL Bt: WHI TE EMBOSSED CELLULOI D AND SHALL HAVEI,NTEGRAL PRONGS F I TTl NG THE GROOVES AND HOLDING THE LETTERS AND NUMERALS IN PERFECT ALIGNMENT. ROOM NUMBERS AND NAMES OF OCCUPANTS SHALL BE 1/2 INCH HIGH, OFFICE OR BUREAU DESIGNATIONS SHALL BE 3/4 INCH HIGH AND FLOOR DESIGNATIONS SHALL BE I I NCH HI GH. A SUPPLY OF TH I RTY ASSORTED LETTERS AND NUMERALS PER ROOM SHALL BE FURNISHED. 778. SECT I ON TYPE BOARDS SHf,LL CONS I ST OF ONE OR MORE REMOVABLE SECTIONS WITH METAL FRAMES AND CHANGEABLE NAME STRIPS. THE SECTION FRAMES SHALL BE OF EXTRUDED ALUMINUM OR NICKEL-BRONZE WITH A DULL POLISH UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 779. THE NAME STRipS SHALL BE OF WATERPROOFED, FLEXIBLE CARDBOARD, PROPERLY COVERED WITH BLACK WATERPROOF PAPER AND WITH LETTERS AND NUMERALS OF WHITE, GUMMED PAPER OF A SIZE TO FIT THE WIDTH OF THE STRIPw NAME STRIPS SHALL BE OF THE FOLLOWING WIDTHS:1/2 INCH FOR ROOM NUMBERS AND NAMES OF OCCUPANTS, 3/4 INCH FOR OFFICE OR BUREAU DESIGNATIONS, I INCH FOR FLOOR DESIGNATIONS. 780. EACH SECTION SHALL BE FILLED WITH STRIPS. THE EXACT REQUIRED SHALL BE OBTAINED FROM THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER AFTER THE ROOMS HAVE THE NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE OP'THE BOARDS SHALL BE FILED WITH THE CUSTODIAN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 781. MATCHED WORK.--EXC.EPT WHERE fiANDOM WI DTHS ARE NOTED MATCHED PANELS AND WAINSCOTING SHALL BE OF DRESSED AND MATCHED STRIPS NOT OVEt:l 3-1/4 INCHES WIDE WITH VJOINTS. WAINSCOTING SHALL BE. TONGUED TO DOOR OR WINDOW TRIM AND SHALL HAVE REBATED CAP WITH TOP MOULD, PLAIN BEVELED BASE, AND REBATED APRON UNDER WINDOW STOOLS. 782. BED MOULDS AND SIMILAR FINISH SHALL BE PROVIDED AT MARGINS AND INTERSECTIONS OF MATCHED FINISH AS REQUIRED. 783. ST,;IRS IN OFFICE No. 201 SHALL HAVE ClIRRllIGES OF 2 INCH STOCK SPACED 18 INCHES ON CENTEhS AND RIGIDLY FRAMED, BLOCKED AND BRIDGCD. 784. TREADS AND NOS INGS SKALL BE OF 1-1/4 I NCH STOCK. TREADS AND RISERS SHALL BE TONGUED AND GLUED TOGETHER, AND HOUSED, WEDGED AND GLUED INTO WALL-STR'I NGS OF 1-'1/2 '"NCH OR WALL STR I NGS OF I INCH STOCK SHALL BE TONGUED INTO THE TREADS AND RISERS. WALLSTRINGS SHALL MEMBER WITH CONNECTING BASE. CONNECTIONS OF TREADS AND RISERS TO CLOSED FACE-STRINGS SHALL BE THE SAME liS FOR WALLSTRINGS. OPEN FACE STRINGS SHALL BE MITERED TO PROVIDE ,NOSINGS WITH BED MOULDS AT EXPOSED OF FLOORS, TREADS AND LANDINGS. MOULDINGS TO ,COVER THE EDGES.OF SOFFITS. PLATFORMS SHALL BE LAID WITH FLOORING TO MATCH ADJOINING WOOD FLOORS. 785. WOOD BAlUSTEHS SHALL BE DOVETAILED AND GLUED INTO LANDINGS. HAILS AND CLOSED STRINGS SHALL BE GROOVED AND FOR THE BALUSTERS. RAILS HAVE THE REQUIRED RAMPS AND EASINGS AND BE ASSEMBLED FS j U2

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. AND INSTALLED RAIL BOLTS. WALL RAILS SHALL HAVE METAL BRACKETS NEAR ALL ENDS AND AT TURNS AND AT POINTS NOT OVER 6 FEET APART. BRACKETS SHALL MATCH THE BUILDERS HARDWARE, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. POSTS AND NEWELS SHALL BE RIGIDLY SECURED WITH CONCEALED ANCHORS OR BOLTS. NEWELS AND BALUSTERS BE TURNED FROM SOLID WOOD. SEE DETAILS ON DRIWIINGS Nos. G-200 AND G-208. 786. NOOD RAILS FOR LOBBY STAIRS '='HALL HfWE METAL WITH METAL TOP SUPPORT CONSISTING OF TWO MEMBERS WHICH ARE SPECIFIED IN MISCELLANEOUS METAL WORK. THE TOP METAL SUPPORT IS TO BE TURNED UP AT NEI}/ELS TO FORM SUPPORT I NG BRACK ETS FOR RI\ I L. WOOD RAIL IS TO BE FASTENED TO METAL TOP RAIL WITH SCREWS. 787. PLATFORMS.--ExPOSED \;'VOOD WORK OF PLATFORM SHALL MATCH THE ADJOINING WOOD STAIRS IN ALL RESPECTS, EXCEPT THE FLOORING INSIDE THE NOSING AT EXPOSED EDGES SHALL MATCH THE FLOOR OF ROOM. 788. CLOSETS.--COAT CLOSETS SHALL HAVE A SHELF ON ONE SIDE SUPPORTED ON I BY4 INCH HOOK RAILS PLACED AT THE PROPER HEIGHT ON SIDES OF THE CLOSET. EACH CLOSET SO INDICATED SHALL HAVE A METAL CLOTHES POLE SPECIFIED UNDER ItBUILDERS HARDWARE". 789. LOOKOUT GALLER I ES.--FoR WOOD FINISH IN LOOKOUT GALLERIES, SEE DETAILS ON DRAWING No. G-205. 790. COUNTEkS, CUPBOAFillS, ETC.--CoUNTER TOPS OF POST OFFICE SCr'lEEN SHALL BE VENEERED. SEE SPECI F I CAT ION UNDER It VENEERS". COlJNTER TOPS SHALL FINISH 1-3/4 INCHES THICK; SERVICE SHELVES 1-1/4 INCHES THICK. (A) OF COUNTER TOPS AT PARCEL POST WINDOWS ARE SPECIFIED MISCELLANEOUS METAL WORK. 791. DRAVIERS SHALL Hf, VE SIDES DOVET,',ILED TO THE FRONTS AND GROOVED FOR BACKS, BOTTOMS AND GUIDE STRIPS. SIDES SHALL EXTEND BACK AS FAR AS THE SPACE PERMITS. BOTTOMS SHALL BE THREE-PLY LAMINATED AND LET INTO THE FRONTS, SIDES AND BACKS. DRI\WERS SHALL HAVE HARDWOOD RUNS I\ND GUIDE STRIPS. DUST PANELS SHALL BE PLACED UNDER J \LL 792. FOR METAL LI N I NG AND COMPARTMENTS OF CASH t\ND 8T AMP DRAWERS SEE DRAWING No. G-208. SHEET METAL SHALL BE COLD-ROLLED FURNITURE STOCK STEEL THAT HAS BEEN PROPERLY ANNEALED AND PROCESS LEVELED AND HAS SMOOTH. CLEAN SURFACES. ALL SURFACES SHALL HAVE A PRIME COAT OF PAINT, AND EXPOSED SURF ACES SHALL HAVE TWO COATS OF ENAMEL; EACH COAT TO BE BAKED ON AND RUBBED SMOOTH. ALL DRAWERS SHALL HAVE CARRIAGES AS DETAILED. 793. CONDUI T DUCTS / n TH REMOVABLE FRONTS SHALL BE PROVI DED FOR PIPES AND CONDUITS ON THE BACK OF THE POST OFFICE SCREEN AS INDICATED. THE FRONTS SHALL BE SECURED WI TH r -\OUNTI HEAD SCHEWS. 794. THE WORK ROOM S I DE OF BELOW THE CONDU I T DUCT, I NCLUDING CUPBOARDS AND OPEN SPACES UNDER COUNTERS, SHALL BE FINISHED WITH MATCHED WAINSCOTING, EXCEPT WHERE SASH ANn DOORS 795. SHELVES AND PARTITIONS FOR SHALL BE GLUED UP IN THE REQUIRED WIDTHS. SHELVES SHALL BE ADJUSTABLE AND SUPPORTED ON METAL RESTS. FS -1 0 3

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 796. LOCK BOXES AND DRAWERS AND METAL FRONT MAIL DROP$ FURNISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT SHAI.L BE INSTALLED IN THE POST OfFICE SCREENS; THE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ANY FILLER PIECES, MOULDINGS, ETC., REQUIRED. 797. SHELF SUPPOFlTS.--MoVABLE WOOD SHELVES IN CUPBOARDS, CABINETS ETC'i SHALL HAVE CONTINUOUS Zlf:.IC-COiI.TED M[T,'\L SUPPORTS .05-INCH THICK. SEE DETAIL O N DRAWING G-207. 798. SHOP COATING.--ALL FRAMES AND WOOD FINISH (eXCEPT FLOORING) SHALL BE STAINED, FILLED AND SHELLACKED, OR STAINED AND SHELLACKED, OR OILED OR OTHERWISE PREPARED FOR THE FINISH SPECIFIED; AND ALL UNEXPOSED SURFACES AND SURFACES THAT ARE TO BE PAtNTED OR ENAMELED SHALL BE GIVEN A PRIMING COAT OF PAINT; ALL BEFORE LEAVING THE SHOP WHERE FABRICATED. PANELS SHALL BE PRIMED, STAINED OR FILLED AND GIVEN ONE COAT OF FINISH BEFORE THEY ARE SET IN PLACE. 799. THE PI\I NT FOR UNEXPOSED SURFACES OF / \LL F."RAMES AND WOOD FINISH AND FOR OUTRIDE EXPOSED SURFACES OF EXTERIOR WOOD INCLUDING DOORS AND SASH, SAME ARE SPECIFIED TO BE PAINTED SHALL BE ALUMINUM PAINT MIXED IN THE PROPORTIONS OF 2 POUNDS OF ALUMINUM POWDER PER GALLON OF VARNISH. THE ALUMINUM BRONZE POWDER SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDE RAL SPECIFICATION NOo IT-A-476. V l'.Rf' JISH VEHICLE SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPEC I F I C,H I ON IT-v-b l 800. THE PREPAR{,T ION OF SURFACES BEFORE SHOP COAT I NG, AND THE REQUIREMENTS FOR STAINING, FILLING, ETC., SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED uNDER "PAINTING AND FINISHING". 801. ERECTION, --WOOD FIN I SH SHALL BE SET STRA I GHT, PLUMB LEVEL IN TRUE CLOSELY FITTED AND RIGIDLY FASTENED IN PLACE. NAIL HEADS OF EXenSED N'\I LI NG SHALL BE SUNK FOR F il.CE PUTTY. OTHER FASTENINGS SHALL 3E CONCEALED WHERE POSSIBLE. 802. SH,(\LL BE ACCURATELY SET AND B:lACES TO HOLD THE I R POSITION AND SHAPE. FRAMES IN PREPARED SHALL BE ON THE BACK. FRAMES WITHOUT BUCKS IN MASONR Y .OR.CONCRETE SHALL HAVE JAMB ANCHORS NEAR THE TOP AND BOTTOM AT POINTS BETWEEN NOT OVER 3 FEET APART. ANCHO i'iS ARE SPEC I F I ED UNDER "CAHPENTRY". THE CAULK I NG OF EXTER IO,R FRAMES I S I NCLUDED UNDER II I CK Af',iD HOLLmlJ TI LE" 803. BASE ON WOOD SHI\LL BE SET THE F LOORS f.-RE UI D AND WITH THE BOTTOM EDGE 3/4 INCH BELO!N LINE OF FINISH FLOOR. BI\SE (EXCLUSIVE OF MOULDINGS) SHALL BE TONGUED TOGETHEA AT INTERNAL ANGLES AND MI TERED AT EXTERNAL ANGLES. MOULDI NGS SHALL .BE COPED OR MI TERED AT ALL ANGLES. 804. CH/\IR i ,AIL f,ND r)ICTURE MOULD SHALL BE COPED OR f'vlITERED /\T ANGLES AND SHALL BUTT DO:) R OR WINDOW TRIM. 805' DooflS, S:I.SH 9 DRAWERS AND ALL MOVt\BLE P/I."fiS f ,HALL BE ACCURATELY FITTED WITH CLEARANCE AND LEFT IN PERFECT WORKING ORDE R 806. ONE-HALF LENGTH WOOD SHUTTEFl FOR OPENING No ;:;/22 SHALL BE COMPLETE WITH ',\JOOD ]l';)ADOEI{1 NTO S I DES AS DEH I LED, ON DRAW I NG G-203. 80'7. WORK GENE RALLY SHALL BE LEFT CLEAN AND F REE FROM WARP, H!I ST, OPEN JOINTS OR OTHEn FINISHED STAIR SHALL BE SOLID, AND FROM CREAK. FS -1DLf

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ST. AUGUJrINE, P.O. AND CU.H SOb. HARDWARE SHALL BE ACCURATELY FITTED AND ,'IDJUSTED. WHERE PRACTICABLE, AFTER HARDWARE SHALL BE TAKEN OFF AND BE REPLACED AFTER COMPLETION OF PAINTING OR FINISHING. DOOR KNOBS QHALL BE KEPT COVERED WITH HEAVY CLOTH UNTIL THE BUILDING IS OCCUPIED. 809. DOOR KNOBS CENTER 38 INCHES /I.BOVE THE FLOORS. SI NGLE PUSH SHALL CENTER 48 I NCHES THE FLOOR. WHERE TWO OR THREE OCCUR ON THE SAME DOOR THEY SHALL BE SET 4-1/2 INCHES ON CENTERS AND BOTTOM BAR SHALL CENTER 45 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. DOOR PULLS SHALL CENTER 45 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR. 810. FLOORING.-"';FLOORS SH.tILL BE OF WOOD 9 AND M/ITCHED TO STANDARD SIZES FROM I BY 3-INCH STOCK, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED OR SPECIFIED. STRONGLY DISCOLORED PIECES SHALL NOT BE USED. 81 I. FLOORING IN THE paST GFFICE WORK ROOM, MAILING VESTIBULE, MONEY ORDER AND DIVISION AND FINANCE SECTION SHALL BE OF MAPLE WOiiKED TO STANDARD 81 ZES FROM 1-1/4 BY STOCK. FLOORING IN OFFICES SHALL BE OF SAWED WHITE OAK. FLOORING 1M MONEY ORDER AND REG. SECTION AND IN SUPT. OF MAILS ROOM SHALL BE OAK. ALL OTHER WOOD FLOORING SHALL BE EITHER MAPLE, OAK: SOUTHEiiN YELLOW PINE OR DOUGLAS FIR AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR. 812. MAPLE AND OAK SHALL BE rlRST GRADE AND MATCHED. SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE SHALL BE CLOSE GRAINED, B AND BETTER EDGE-GRAINED STOCK. DOUGLAS FIR SHALL BE A GRADEl EDGE HEART FACE STOCK. 813. JUST BEFORE ANY FLOORING IS LAID THE BEARINGS SHALL BE TESTED WITH A AND MADF TRUE AND LEVEL. SUB-FLOORING THAT IS WARPED OR LOOSE OR BROKEN SHALL BE CORRECTED OR REPLACED WITH NEW MATERIAL. 814. FLOORING SHALL BE LAID AFTER ALL OTHER WOOD FINISH IS INIT SHALL FIT TIGHT AGAINST ALL BASE, PERMANENT FIXTURES, ETC. No SHOE MOULD SHALL BE USED UNLESS SPECIFIED. 815.. FLOORING SHALL BE DRIVEN TIGHT 9 WITH END JOINTS WELL D)SAND BROKEN AT LEAST 16 INCHES IN ADJOINING STRIPS. END JOINTS SHALL HAVE FIRM BEARINGS AND, IF NOT SHALL BE MADE ONLY OVER JOISTS OR SLEEPERS. FLOORING SHALL BE NAILED EVERY 12 INCHES OR 16 INCHES ACCORDING TO THE SPACING OF JOISTS OR SLEEPERS WITH CUT NAILS. END JOINTS THAT ARE NOT MATCHED BE FACE NAILED FINISHING NAILS AND THE NAILS SUNK. 816. rLOORING IN WORK ROOM, MAILING VESTIBULE, MONEY ORDER AND REG STRY DIVISION AND FINANCE SECTION SHALL BE DRESSED FLUSH AT JOiNTS BUT NEED NOT bE SCRAPED AND SANDED. ALL FLOORING (EXCEPT IN LOOKOUTS AND STORAGE ROOMS) SHALL 3E AND OR MACHINE FINISHED TO A EVEN SURFACE AFTER LAYING. ALL FLOORS SHALL BE PROTECTED FROM DIRT, STAIN, GRIT, ETC., UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT. 817. OUTSIDE FLOORING SHALL BE PRIMED ALL OVER LAYING AND BE JOI NTEr' I N A HEAVY MI XTUFiE OF WHI TE LEAD MID LI i\/.;i.:ED 01 L ,'IPPLI ED TO THE GROOVED EDGE; SURPLUS OIL AND LEAD TO BE WIPED FROM THE SURFACE AS THE FLOORING IS LAID. vs -1CJ5

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA P.O. AND CU,H, 818. FlkST AID CABINET.-ONE FIRST AID CABINET SHAll BE PROVIDED IN THE POST OFFICE WORK ROOM WHERE DIRECTED OR INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS. 019. THE CABINET SHAll BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED COMPLETE All NECESSARY HARDWARE AND ATTACHMENT. DIMENSIONS SPECIFIED ARE APPROXIMATE. THE OVER ALL OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS OF CASINET SHALL BE 26/8 I ")CHES HIGH, 14 INCHES WIDE, /\ND 6-1/8 INCHES DEEP. ALL FRAMING, INCLUDING DOOR AND BACK SHALL BE CLEAR PLAIN SAWED OAK. FR/iMING SHALL BE FINISHED 1-1/6 INCHES THICK WITH ;:-'OVETAllED CORNER GLUED. 820. EDGES OF BACK SHALL B[ REBI\TED TO REGI EVE THE BACK II NI NG, WH I CH SHALL BE lAMI N/iTED INCH TH I CK. FRONT EDGES AT TOP AND BOTTOM OF FRNlt.E SH rI LL BE ;EBfTED 5/16 I NCH DEEP TO RECE I VE THE DOOR, 821 RAILS AND STil E S OF DOOR SHAll BE FROM ONE INCH STOCKc AND FINISHED 2 INCHES W IDE, WITH A NEAT MOLD. DOOR PANEL TO BE IN ONE PIECE, U,MINATED liND 3/6 INCH THICK. 822. THE CliBINET SHr,ll BE PROVIDED WITH 3 SHELVES, EITHER BIRCH OR HARD IJit-PLE, 1/2 INCH THICK, GROOVED OR HOUSED AND GLUED INTO THE S IDE PIECES 1/4 I NCH DEEP. THE SPAC I NG OF SHELVES SHAll BE AS FOLLOWS: 9 INtHES BETWEEN BOTTOM OF FRAME AND THE FIRST SHELF; 6 INCHES BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SHELVES, AND 4 INCHES BETWEEN THE BALANCE OF SHELVES. 823. DOOR SHAll 8E HUNG ON TWO 2-1/;2 I NCH BY 1-3/4 INCH TIGHT PIN BRA S S OR BRONZE BUTTS, AND PROVIDED WITH ONE HEAVY BRAss OR BRONZE CUPBOARD CATCH. 824. DOOR PANEL SHI\ll BE lETTERED "FIFiST AID" ONE INCH HIGH, BLACK TYPE, EITHER DECALCOMANIA OR PAINTED GLO S S BLACK. 825. THE CABINET SRfill BE SECU f ElY FASTENED TWO / i NGlE 3116 BY I INCH 8Y I I NCH BY 2 INCHES, ONE AT TOP .AND BOTTOM. THE ANGLES SHALL BE PAiNTED TWO COATS OF GLOSS RlACKj (A) CA8 1 NET SHALL BE V/\RNI SHED OR OTHEm'J I SE FI NI SHED TO M/\lCH SllvillAR OTH E R li;!oRK SPFCIFIED UNDEf1 "PAINTING AND FINISHING". Flx;-mES 826. ARE I NClUDED TH IS HE /\DI NG. All lUMBER SHALL BE THOROUGHLY SEASONED AND KILN D R Y 827. IP. --All :'iORK SHAll BE THE HIGHEST GRADE OF CAB I NET 0 0RK, PUT TOGETHER WITH CONCEALED FASTENINGS AND GlUFD UNDER PRESSURE S O AS NOT TO SHOW SHR INKAGE, WARP, SPLITS OR OPEN JCINTS. THE WORK SHAll BE FINISHED COMPL ETE BEFORE DELIVERY, OR MAY BE GIVEN THE lAST COAT OF FINISH AF TER INSTAllATION. PANELS SHAll BE FillED OR STAINED AS AND GIVEN NOT lESS THAN? COATS OF FINISH BEFORE THEY ARE SET. 828. METt\l Pt,;1Tf:', AND GlAf'S TOP SHAll BE WITH THE FIXTURES THE NEGESSARY .C 'l l' TING FITTING SHAll 5E DONE AT THE SHOP AND9 WHE R E PRACT I H I .')" { ::'': SHAll BE APPL/ ED DELIVERY. 829. FINISH.-FINISHING SHAll B E HIGH G RADE PFlonUCTS AND SHAll MEET THE REQUI REMENT S OF SPECIFICATION FOR MATERIALS FS 1 06

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P,O. AND CU H O F THEIR KIND S SEE UNDER "PAINTING .II. N}) FINISHING" OF THIS SPECIFIC ATION FOR DETAILS, BUT THE FINISH SHALL BE APPLIED BY THE M ANUFACTURER O F THE DE S KS. 830. LOBBY DESKS.--SEE MISCELl.ANEOUS DETAILS NOTED ON D8AWING NI) G-2C I 831 E XPCISED \'\!(JOD SHt\LL BE PECKY CYPRESS 9 AS S PECI FI ED IN INTERIOR W O O D W ORK, AND WELL M ATCHED IN FIGU R E, GRAIN AND COLOR. THE LOBBY DESKS SHALL H WE THE ANT I G.UE PECKY FI N I S H SPEC I F I ED IN PARAGRAPH 9 4 1 UND E R "P,\lNTING ;\ND FINISHING". 032. THE TOPS, BASES AND PEDESTALS SHALL BE BUILT UP SEPARATELY, THE PARTS DOWELED BOLTED TOGETHER. PRO VISION S H ALL BE MADE FOR ANCHORS I.S DET A I LED ON I NG I 'b. G-20 I 833. P l N TRAYS AND THE METAL COVERING OF PEDESTAL BASE SHALL BE OF BRONZE. THESE ITEMS ARE COVERED UNDER "BRONZE WORK". 834. ANCHO R R'JDS S H/\LL EXTEND THROUGH THE FLOOR CONSTRUCT ION WITH BOTH EN DS THRE ADED AND FITTED WITH HEXAGON NUTS, AND THE UPPE R END THREADED 6 AND LOWER ENDS 10 INCHES. FASTENINGS EXPOSED IN FINISHED S P ACES SHALL HAVE ORNAMENTAL CAP NUTS AND ER S 835. GLAS S TOPS F O R LOB BY DESKS t,RE FI ED UNDER "GLASS AND GLAZ I NG" [" ,r-'F S -; ,) f ..

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 3U I LDERS' HARDJ'JARE 836. GENERAL.--HARDWARE FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS OF WORK, EXCEPT AS NOTED, Is INCLUDED UNDER THEIR RESPECTIVE HEADINGS. METAL DOORS AND WINDOWS, EXCEPT METAL COVERED AND HOLLOW METAL WORK. dETAL GATES, GRILLES, ETC., EXCEPT IN POST OFFICE SCREEN. DOORS TO INCLOSURES OF PLUMBING FIXTURES. ROLLING STEEL DOons. HINGED FLAPS OF OBSERVATION UNITS IN LOOKOUTS. HARDWARE AND FITTINGS FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT. 837. ALL HARDWARE NECESSARY FOR THE PROPER FASTENING AND OPERATION OF ALL MOVABLE PARTS OF THE BUILDING SHALL BE PROVIDED WHETHER OR NOT IT IS SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED HEREIN. 838. IF THE HARDWARE FOR ANY PARTICULAR LOCATION IS NOT DESCRIBED HEREIN, IT SHALL BE PROVIDED AND SHALL BE LIKE THAT SPECIFIED FOR SIMILAR LOCATIONS SO FAR AS PRACTICAOLE. IF NO SIMILAR LOCATIONS ARE SPECIFIED, SUCH HARDWARE SHALL BE OF PLAIN, HEAVY PATTERN AND OF SUITABLE TYPE AND AMPLE SIZE FOR THE SERVICE REQUIRED. 839.'iiHERE THE FINISHED SHAPE OR SIZE OF MEMBERS TAKING HARDWARE IS SUCH AS TO PREVENT OR MAKE UNSUITABLE THE USE OF THE EXACT TYPES SPECIFIED, SUITABLE TYPES SHALL BE FURNISHED HAVING AS NEARLY AS PRACTICABLE THE SAME OPERATION AND QUALITY AS THE TYPE SPECIFIED. ALL SIZES SH"LL BE AIv1PLE FOR THE ICE REQU I RED. 840. EACH OF SUi3MITTED FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE PROCUREMENT :':' IVISI O N PUBLIC vJORKS BRANCH, SHALL BE fv1ARKED WITH THE TYPE NU MBER A N D OTHERWISE LABELED FOR IDENTIFICATION. 841. THE TYPE NUMBERS REFERRED TO HEREIN ARE SELECTED FROM FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS Nos. FF-P-IOIA FOR PADLOCKS, FF-H-106 FOR LOCKS AND TRIM FF-H-I I 1 FOR SHELF AND iv1ISCELLANEOUS, FF-H-I 16 FOR HINGES, FF-H-121 FOR DOOR CLOSERS AND RR-C-27I FOR iASH CHAIN AND HARDWARE SHALL CONFORM TO THE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE SPECIFIC A TIONS CITED, EXCEPT AS MODIFIED HEREIN. 842. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS SECTION OF THE SPECIFIC/ITION, THE TERM "CORRIDOR" SHALL INCLUDE LOBBIES, HALLS, PASSAGES AND SIMIL 'AR IVlE':-NS OF PUBLIC COMMUNICATION IN THE BUILDING, WHETHER OR NOT SPECIFICALLY N AMED IN THE DRAWINGS. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE AN !INTE-HOOM, WA I T I N3 ROOM RECEPT ION HOOM FOil ONE OR MORE OFF ICES. 843. TE[;PLATES.--HA iiDWARE FOR HOLLOW iv1ETAL WORK SHALL BE SENT TO THE FACTORY AND THERE APPLIED, OR TEMPLATES SHALL BE FURNISHED TO THE FACTORY FROM WHICH THE WORK MAY BE FITTED TO RECEIVE THE HARDWARE. 844. FI NISH.--ALL HARmJARE, EXCEPT UNPLATED IRON AND STEEL, SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN THE TOILET ROOMS, FINISH US 14; FOR BRONZE TO ivlATCH THE COLOR OF THE BRONZE ; ELSEWHE RE, FINISH USIO ; UNLESS OTHERWISE 845. KEYING.--EACH LOCK SHALL BE KEYED DIFFERENTLY FROM ANY OTHER LOCK, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. iviLC i :)' / /.

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 846. LOCKS FOR DOORS TO LOOKOUTS AND TO POST OFFICE INSPECTOR'S ROOMS SHALL BE FITTED TO THE STANDARD POST OFFICE LOOKOUT KEY. THESE LOCKS SHALL BE FURNISHED WITHOUT KEYS AND ARE NOT TO BE MASTER KEYED. 847. THE LOCKS OF DOORS TO STBRAGE ROOMS FOR STAMPS AND ENVELOPES ARE NOT TO BE MASTER KEYED. 848. LOCKS OF CASH DRAI'JERS AND hAONEY DRAWERS SHALL BE KEYED SEPARATELY. LOCKS OF DIRECTORIES AND BULLETIN BOARDS SHALL BE KEYED I\LIKE. OTHER CABINET LOCKS SHALL BE KEYED ALIKE IN EACH ROOM, BUT THE KEYING FOR EACH ROOM SHALL BE DIFFERENT FROM THAT OF ANY OTHER ROOM. 849. ALL OTHER INTERIOR CYLINDER LOCKS AND PIN TUMBLER PADLOCKS SHALL BE MASTER KEYED IN TWO SYSTEMS, ONE FOR SPACES ASSIGNED TO POST OFFICE ACTIVITIES AND ONE FOR THE BALANCE OF THE BUILDING, WITH THREE MASTER KEYS FOR EACH SYSTEM. 850. CYL INDER LOCKS OF METAL DOOHS ILLES, GATES, ETC., SHALL BE MASTER KEYED WITH OTHER LOCKS OF THE SAME SYSTEM. 851. LOCKS AND LATCHES THAT ARE KEYED ALIKE (EXCEPT LOOKOUT LOCKS) SHALL HAVE THREE KEYS FOR EACH GROUP. 852. KEY ThGS.--EACH KEY SHALL HAVE ATTACHED A 8RONZE TAG ABOUT INCH IN DIAMETER STArv1PED 'fIlTH THE NUlv'lBEK OF THE TO WHICH IT BELONGS AS INDICATED BY THE OPENING NUMBERS OF THE DRAWINGS. IN THE CASE OF LOCKS KEYED ALIKE THE KEY BE STAMPED WITH DISTINGUISHING NUMBERS OR LETTERS. 853. LOCKS AND LATCHES.--FRONTS AND STRIKES SHALL FIT THE DETAILS STILES OR DOUBLE-ACTING DOORS WILL BE ROUNDED. ALL STILES MORE THAN 1-1/2 INCHES THICK WILL HAVE ST;\NDAn D BEVEL. SINGLE SWING DOUBLE DOORS WILL HAVE REBATED MEETING STILES, EXCEPT TO FIRE STAIRS AND FOR PUBLIC ENTRANCES AND VESTIBULES. WHEN LOCK STILES REQUIRED ARE TOO NARROW FOR THE BACKSETS SPECIFIED, SPECIAL BACKSETS SHALL BE FURNISHED. BACKSETS OF REBATED LOCKS ARE ON LONG SIDE. 854. M ORTISE LOCKS AND LATCHES WITH KNOBS SHALL HAVE BRASS OR BRONZE HUBS WITH MACHINED CYLINDER LOCKS SHALL HAVE THE KEY CHANGE NUMBER STAMPED ON THE SHELL OR CAM. METAL FRAMES SHALL HAVE WROUGHT BOX STRIKES. 855. TRIM SPECIALTIE:S.--EscUTCHEONS SHALL BE 8 X 2-1/2 INCHES, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED HEREIN. ELLIPSOID KNOBS SPECIFIED SHALL BE AT LE;'ST 1-;3/4 INCHES DIAt,lETEn ON THE SHORTER AXIS. DOOR HANDLES SHALL BE OFFSET ON PUSH SIDE FOR CLEARANCE. LEVER HANDLES SHALL BE OF PLAIN PATTERN IN CAST BRONZE 3 INCHES LOnG VIITH SPINDLES, LIKE KNOBS No. 211. OUTSIDE KNOBS AND LEVER HANDLES SHALL BE PINNED. INSIDE KNOBS SHALL HAVE SLEEVES TO COVER THE SET SCREWS. 856. CATCHES SHALL HAVE STRIKES, AND BOLTS SHALL KEEPERS, TO FIT THE LOCATION AND PROTECT THE CONNECTING WORK. 85'7. BOLTS.--DouBLE DOORS VI ITH LOCKS OR Lt\TCHES SHALL HAVE TOP AND BOTTOM BOLTS ON STANDING 1044 2 IN AND PLASTERED SPt,CES, AND Ct.SE No. 1022A X No. :C) 50f'; C> INCHES LONG, IN UNPLASTERED SPACES. /ViLC 10S

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ST .. AUGUST 1NE, FLA., P.O AND CU.H. 8 5 8 STOPS.--DooRS WITHOUT .CLOSERS THAT OPEN INTO TRIlv1MED AN;!) PL, \ STERED SPACES SH/,LL H{,VE 1334 FOR BASE AND No. 1340 FOR FLOOR, U N LESS OTHERWISE SPECI ,FIED. STOPS SHALL H AVE EXPAN SION SLEEVES EXCEPT ON WOOD OR METAL. (A) DOORS THAT OPEN AGAINST R "DIATORS OR PLUMBING FIXTURES SHALL HAVE RUBBER BUMPERS ABOUT 1 INCH ioN DI AMETER. 8 5 9 roOR CLOSERS.-";CLOSERS 'J/ITH CAST IRON CE A SES IN TOILETS AND SIMILA R SPACES SHALL H AVE ALUMINUM BRONZE FINISH. CLOSERS WITH ,SH ALL BE SET .TO ST6p THE DOOR AT 135 DEGREES. \I!HERE PRACTICABLE, BU T IN NO CASE TO,p.ERMIT THE DOOR OR HARDWARE TO STRIKE THE ADJAQENT WALL FINISH. 860. LETTER DROP PLATES .--Dl' {oPS SHALL HAVE CAS T BRONZE BOX PLATES WITH AND HOOD WITH CLE.M R OPENINGS 1-1/2 X 7 INCHES IN SIZE. 861. c.;UTTS A N D I,ND SIDE HINGED S AS H 5 FEET OR LESS IN HEIGHT SH ALL H AVE OR HING E S AS SPECIFIED AND FOR G REATER HEIGHT, ONE A DDITIONAL BUTT OR HI NGE FOR EACH ADDITIONAL 2-1/2 FEET OR THE R EOF. SAS H HI NGED AT TOP O R BOTTOM UP TO FOUR FEET WIDE HhVE TWO BUTT S AND IF OVER FOU R FEET WIDE THEY SHALL HAVE THREE BUTTS. 862. BUTTS FOii Doo n s AND SASH SHALL B E TEMPLATE BUTTS DOOR BUTT S TO B E B ALL BEARING TYPE. BUTTS FOR METAL COVE RED DOORS SASH SH ALL D E GUTTS EXCEPT THAT FULL SURFACE BUTTS SHALL BE USED WHERE SUCH AND SASH HAVE FRAMES OF STRUCTURAL THE DOOR BUTTS TO BE BALL BEA RING TYPE. THE SURFACE FLAP ON ivlETAL COVERED DOOR S f v;ORE THAN 1-1/2 INCHES THICK SHALL BE FASTENED 'tIlTH M A CHINE A ND GOMMET NUTS. 863. JPTl u N TYPE 3 5 20 A CHECKING FLOOIi HINGE. AN OVERHEA D CONCEALED DOOR AS SPECIFIED HER EIN MAY BE SUBSTITUTED AT THE OPT ION OF THE FOR TYPE 3520 A ING H! NGE. THE OPERATING MECHANISM OF THE CLOSER SHALL BE IN THE HEAD OF THE DOO r { FiI AlvlE. THE SHh LL H AVE THE FOLLOWING NONFR EEZING LIQUID CONTROL. R ACK AND PINION IN LE AKP ROOF CHECKI N G CYLIN D E R glTH SPECIAL B ALL BE AR INGS AT TOP AND BOTTOM OF SPINDLE, ELlMl NATING F R ICTION ':'ND ALLOW I ,NG COMPLETE CONT ROL OF DOOR TH ROUGH FULL S W ING. flCCESSIBLE REGULATING SCREW GIVING TWO SPEED ADJUSTMENT FOR SWINGING AND L A TCHINGi ADJUST ABLE COIL SPRING LARGE RA NGE OF POW E R MOUNTED ON BALL BEARING SPINDLE CONNECTED TO CHECKING WITH STEEL ROLLER ,BEARING CHAIN INSU RING S MOOTH OPERATI O N. ADJ0STABLE SHOCK CONCEALED I N TOP OF DOOR. HOLD OPEN FEATU R E NOT DESI RE. SIZE FURNISHED SHALL 8 E f dvlPLE FOR S EfWICE 864. i lHEN OVERHEAD C ONCEALED CLo,SEh IS U 8 ED, THE DOO[1 B E HUNG O N E IT HEn THREE J{,M B TYPE P I VIJTS OF{ ON TOP AND GO TTOM P IVOTS ,W IT H I NTE;,{I\/,ED I ATE J Mlhl3 P I\lOT, ; iLL A D APTED T O v AME.l. ALL JAiIf.8 PIVOTS SHALL BE CAPABLE OF VE R T I CAL ADJUSTMEfH AND SHAILL HAVE COMB INAT ION RAD I AL AND (VERTICAL) THRUST STEEL BALL 8E ARINGS. Top AND BOTTOM PIVOTS SH ALL HAVE HARDENED STEEL BALL BEARINGS AND TOP PIVOT SHALL HAVE RETRACTING TYPE PIN:LE. JAiv18 TYPE PIVOTS SHALL BE OF CAST BRONZE, AND STUD SHALL HAV( e LOT FrR SET iJl LC -l Jc,,

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 865. DOORS.--DoUBLE DOORS SHALL HAVE BOTH LEAVES TRIMMED ALIKE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. (A) PUBLIC ENTRANCE DOORS 1/12 /"ND 1/13 BUTTS, CAST BRONZE, EXTRA HEAVY, STEEL BUSHED, SELFRETAINING PINS, B ALL BE A RING, 8 X 8, SIMILAR TO TYPE 2011, 1-1/2 PAIR Er\CH DOOR. LOCK #7, WITH SPECIAL BACKSET, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB AND DEAD BOLT OY BIT KEY, BOTH FROM EITHER SIDE. KNOB //210, IN PLAIN WROUGHT IRON FINISH. KEY HOLE ESCUTCHEON, SPECI A L DESIGN, WROUGHT IRON SAME SHOWN WITH PULL RING ON DRAWING No.G-206, BOTH SIDES OF Doo n STOP AND HOLDER, COMDINATION HOOK STYLE, MARBLE FLOOR M OUNT, CAST BRONZE, SIMILAR TO TYPE 1 341. R AISING BOLT, WROUGHT 1 8 0N, ORNAMENTAL ONLY, E XTERIOR A S SHOWN ON Dfl AWING No G-206. (8) PUDLIC ENTRANCE DoOR 1/20 (PAIR); B UTTS, C AST BRONZE, EXT R A HEAVY, STEEL BUSHED, SELF R ETAINING, PINS, BALL 6 X 6 INCH, SIMILAR TO TYPE 201 I, 3 PAIRS. LOCK i1 38A, WITH SPEC I I'.L BACKSET, DEAD BOLT OY BIT KEY FROM SOTH SIDES. KEY HOLE ESCUTCHEON, SPECIAL DESIGN, WROUGHT B RONZE A S SHOWN DR AW ING No. G-206,oUTSIDE ONLY. PULL RING, WROUGHT GRONZE, SPECIAL DESIGN, OUTSIDE ONLY DOTH LEAVES AS ON DRAWING No. G-206. PUSH PLATE, W R ') UGHT DE S IGN, INSIDE ONLY DOTH LE A VES, ONE ON MOVING LEAF ONLY TO H{,VE KEY SLOT ;\S DETAILEL O N DF\ ; \\i,/ING No'. 8-206. FLUSH BOLlS, #10448, EXTENSION, CilST l.lRONZE, TOP f,ND OOTTOM ST ANDING LEAF ONLY. STOP fi ND HOLDErl, C Ol\1:I INAT ION H OOK STYLE, VERT ICAL STONE ChST OR0NZE, SIMILAR TO TYPE 13 3 6, EACH DOOR. (c) PUC LIC ENTRhNCE D o o i1s Nos. 1/3-1/6-1/8-1/0!/10 & I/Ile (PAIR): SPii lNG FLOOR HINGE, /f 3520A, SIZE LIQUID SINGLE ACTING, MECHANISM IN FLOOR LOCK #7, SPECIAL GACKSET, LATCH DOLT OY SPECI A L HANDLE AND DE h D GOLT UIT KEY F ROM GOTH SIDES. KEY HOLE SPECIAL DESIGN, WROUGHT ORONZE AS SH OW N ON DR AW ING No. G-206, BOTH SIDES MOVING LEAF. DUMMY ON DEAD LEAF. DOOR HANDLE, SPECIAL DESIGN, WROUGHT ORONZE) LIVE HANDLE 80TH SIDES MOVING LEAF, DEAD HANDLE BOTH SIDES STANDING LEAF AS DETAILED ON DRAWING No. G-206. KICK PL ATE, #1224, WR OUGHT BRONZE, SQU ARE CORNERS, INSIDE ONLY BOTH LEAVES, DRA WING No. G-202. FLUSH BOLTS, #1044, EXTENSION,CAST lOP liND BOTTOM STANDING LEMF ONl(. STOP AND HOLDER, COlviB INAT I O N STYL. F. VE I U I CAL STONE MOUNT, CAST BRONZE SI MIL A R TO J !336 EACH DOOR. MLC -110

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5T. AUGUST I i J E, FLA., P.O. fIND CU.H. (D) OUTSIDE DOORS Nos. 1/2-1/4 & 1/5. (PAIR). BUTTS, CAST BRONZE, SELF LUBRICATING, STEEL BUSHED, SELF HETAINING PIN, SIMILAR TO #1336,4-1/2 x L1.t-1/2, 3 PAIRS. LOCK #7, WITH SPECIAL BACKSET, LATCH BOLT BY SPECIAL HANDLE Mm DEAD BOLT BY BIT KEY FROM INS IDE ONLY (RABBET FACE) KEY HOLE ESCUTCHEON, SPECIAL DESIGN, WROUGHT BRONZE AS SHOWN ON DR/,WING No. G-206, INSIDE ONLY /I/IOVING LEAF. DUMMY ON DEAD LEAF. DOOR HANDLE, SPECIAL DESIGN, WROUGHT BRONZE, LIVE HANDLE INSIDE MOVING ONLY, DEAD HANDLE STANDING LEAF ONLY ,;S SHOWN ON DR ,IVJING G-206. FLUSH BOLTS, #1044 EXTENSION, CAST BRONZE TOP AND BOTTOM STANPING LEAF ONLY. #1000 FRICTION TYPE, WROUGHT BRONZE, 12 INCH HE AD MOUNT. (E) PUBLIC ENTRANCE INNER VESTIBULE DOORS Nos. 1/1 & F/I. (Pr.-IR) SPRING FLOOR HINGE, #23500, SIZE I I I, LIQUID CONTROLLED, SINGLE ACTING, MECHANISM IN FLOOR. LOCK #115 X #320, TWO BRONZE CYLINDER MORTISE DEAD LOCK, KEYED ALIKE. PUSH BARS, DOUBLE BAR, I INCH SQUARE rUBE BRONZE MOUNTED ON 3-1/2 X 7 X 1/8 INCH BRONZE PLATES, SPECIAL DESIGN AS SHOWN ON DRAW ING G-206, ON INS IDE OF BOTH LEAVES ONLY. PULL BARS, SINGLE VERTICAL BAR, 1-1/4 INCH SQUARE TUBE B .RONZE ["JOUNTED ON 3-1/2 X 7 X 1/8 INCH BRONZE PLATES, SPECIAL DESIGN AS SHOWN ON No. G-206, ON OUTOF BOTH LEAVES ONLY. h ICK PLATES, #1224, WROUGHT BRONZE, SQUARE CORNERS, BOTH S I DES BOTH LEAVES f,S SHOWN ON ING No. G-200. FLU S H BOLTS, 1044B EXTENSION, CAST BRONZE, TOP {,ND BOTTOM STANDING LEAF ONLY. STOP AND HOLDER, COMOINATION HOOK STYLE, MARBLE FLOOR MOUNT, CAST BRONZE, SIMILAR TO #1341. (F) OUTSIDE ENTRANCE TO BOILER ROOM DOOR No. 8/3 (SINGLE) B UTTS, #2014-1/2P, 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 INCHES. ONE AND ONEHkLF PAIR. LOCK #8ffi X ESCUTCHEONS #300A X KNOBS #21 I. >, (G) EMPLOYEE'S ENTRANCE DOOR No. 1/38 (SINGLE) BUTTS #2001, 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 INCHES, ONE AND ONE-Hf\LF PAIRS. LOCK #888 X ESCUTCHEONS #300A X KNODS #21 I. (H) Dou nLE kCTING OUTSIDE DOORS, MAILING VESTIOULES AND ELEVATOR L OnDY Nos. 1/33-1/34 &, 1/37 HINGES #:2330A, 10 INCH, IN J/"PANNED STEEL, WITH RIVETS TO YOKES AND WITH TAP SCREWS TO FRAME. HINGES WITH YOKES EQUIVMLENT TO THOSE DETAILED BE ACCEPTABLE. E;,CH EXCEPT ONELE;,F AT OPENING 1/33, SHtlLL Ht,VE TYPE BOLT /11028. ONE LE;,F f,T DOOR No. 1/33 SHALL HiWE LOCK //:800 X ESCUTCHEONS #300A X KNOBS #211. iviLC -II

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. (J) DOUGLE ACTING I ,NSIDE OF MAILING VESTICULE, Nos. N/I & Q/I HINGES #2330A, 10 INCH IN Ji\P{ ,NNED STEEL WITH RIVETS TO YOKES AND WITH TAP TO HINGES WITH YOKES 'EQUIVALENT to THOSE WILL OE ACCEPThGLE. WELDED LIN" STEEL CHhIN, 3/16 INCH METAL, TO PASS THROUGH 1 INCH H O LES IN DOOMS fIND OF SUITAOLE LENGHT FOR ENDS "TO DE. OONNECTEb OY THE PADLOCK. PROVIDE PLATED O N h T SIDE OF DOOR TO HOLD CHhlN AND PADLOCK WHEN NOT IN PhDLOCK#IA, SIZE 1-3/4 INcH,F"OR El,CH OF DOOiiS. ALL PADL O CKS KEYED AL\I
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. LOCK #94, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FROM EITHER S IDE, DEAD BOLT BY KEY EITHER SIDE X ESCUTCHEON #300A X KNOB #21 I. CLOSERS #1 128B AND HOLDERS #1154. (p) DOORS INNER EMPLOYEE'S ENTRANCE DOOR, R/I (SINGLE). JUTTS, #2005, WROUGHT BRONZE, STEEL BUSHED, SELF LUBRfCATING, NON RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PA IR. PULL AND PLATE #450, CAST BRONZE WITH SQUARE CORNERS ON PULLS IDE PUSH PLATE #460, CAST BRONZE VlITH SQUARE CORNERS AND KICK PLATE ), 8 INCHES HIGH ON PUSH SIDE. CLOSER #3002, SIZE I I I DOOR HOLDER, IJB1149. D()()RS -WORK SPACE TO STAMPED ENVELOPES, J/I (S INGLE) :'-VORK SPACE TO LOOKOUT GALLERY, IvV'I (S INGLE) c3UTTS, #2005, WROUGHT BROlnE, STEEL BUSHED, SELF LUBRICATING, NON RISING STEEL PIN, 4-.1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, ONE LOCK #93, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE, DEAD BOLT ay KEY FROM OUTSIDE, TURN KNOB FROM INSIDE X ESCHUTCHEON #300p., X KNOBS #211, FOR DOOR If J/I LOCK #91-C X ESCHUTCHEONS #300A X KNOBS #21 I. ALL LOCKS KEYED AL I KE. (SPEC tAL LOOKOUT I
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ST. RUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. (v) DOOR -PENT HOUSE A/A (SINGLE) BUTTs,-rt201 4 -1/2P t WROUGHT STEEL, NON RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, TWO PAI R THUMB LATCH HEAVY WROUGHT STEEL, GALVANIZED. PADLOCK EVES #1430, GALVANIZED STEEL. PADLOCK #HI4,CAST BRONZE. (SPEC. FF-P-IOI). (w) DOOi,S -EXTERIOR DOORS ON EAST EL.EVAT ION SECOND FLOOR Nos. 2/2 -2/3-2/4 : AND 2/5 (PA IRS) EXTERIOR DOORS ON SOUTH ELEVATION SECOND FLOOR Nos. 2/7 -2/8 -2/9 -2/10 AND 2/1 I (PA IRS) OFFICE TO EAST BALCONY No. 2/12 (PAIR) OFFICES TO SOUTH BALCONY Nos. 2/41-2/42 & 2/43. (PAIR) BUTTS, / 1.2005, WROUGHT STEEL BUSHED, SELF LUBR 1CATING, NON RI S ING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, TWO PA I R LOCKS, j3, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE, DEAD BOLT BY KEY FRO/.\ INSIDE, NO KN08 X ESCUTCHEON #300A, HOLE ONLY ON INSIDE X KNOB #210. STO P AND HOLDE n COMB I N f lT ION HOOK STYLE, VEH T I CAL STONE MOUNT, C ,;ST TO #1336. FLUSH BOLTS #10448, EXTENS ION, CAST RONZE, TOP AND GOTTOM ONLY. CLOsms #11288, SIZE III, ON {\CTIVE LEAF ONLY. (x) DJO RS -TO NOiHH BALCONY 2/18 -2/19 (PAIR) BUTTS 1'12005, WROUGHT G RONZE, STEEL. BUSHED, SELF LUBR 1ChTING, N O N RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 INGH, TWO P II I i,. C REMONE BOLT #1027, ALL B R ONZE WiTH WROUGHT ROD 1/2 CH WI DE #1134 WITH PROPER STRIKE FOR UP TO 4 FEET. CASE M ENT ADJUSTErl S #1000, HEAD MOUNT. FrdCTION TYPE 12t1 (Y) DOOR -POST OFFICE INSPECTOR'S OFFICE TO BALCONY No. 2/20 (p i\ I R ) BUTTS #2005, WfWUGHT BRON ZE, STEEL SELF LUGRI-. Cr,TING, NON it lSING STEEL 4.. ,; 4 -1/2 INCH. 3 PAIR. LOCKs #13, LATCH BOLT CY KNoe FfW1I.l E i : "E ;\ SIDE, DEAD BOLT BY KE Y FROM DE, NO TURN .1.. ESCUTOHEON #300A, CYLINDER HOLE ONLVON INSIDE X 7r210. STOP A N D HOLDER, COMBIN"TION HOOK STYLE, STONE i i,OUNT, C,\ST BRONZE, SIMILAR TO #22. FLUSH BOLTS #1044B, EXTENSION, CA S T BK('NZE, TOP AND BOTTOM STANDING LEAF ONLY. CLOSER #11288, SIZE .111, ON ACTI liE LEAF ONLY. (z) ronR -POST OFFICE INSPECTOR'S OFFI.CE TO PRIVATE TOILET No.202,I POST ()FFICE INSPECTOR'S OFFICE TO CORHIDOR No. 202 {s INGLE) BUTTS #2005, WROUGHT BRONZE, BU 3 I f'::D, SELF LUBRICATING, NON RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 / 1-1-1/ ';' iNCH, 1-1/2 PAIR. LOCKS, #17A, LATCH BOLT BY KN08. fRGV S IDE, DEAD BOLT BY TURN KNOB FROM INSIDE, OR E M ERGENCY KEY FROM OUT S I DE X ESCUTCHEON #300A X KNOBS 1121 I, FOR DOOR No. 2)'4' MLC -li4

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ST. AUGUST 1 NE, FUJ,., P.O. hND CU.H. #91, LATCH BY KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE X ESCUTCHEONS #300A X KNOBS #210. LOCK SHALL HAVE SPECiAL CYLINDERS FiTTED WITH STANDARD POST OFFiCE LOOKOUT KE Y FOR 1NSPECTOR' S USE'AND, THREt PASS' KEYS JAN I TOR I S USE. KEYS FOR USE NOT OPERATE THE LOCKS OF LOOKOUT SYSTEM. FOR DoOR No. 202 CLOSER #3002, SIZE 1 I. DOOR No. 202 SHALL HAVE LETTER SLOT PLATES SM",E AS SPECIFiED FOR OTHER OFFICE CORRIDOR DOORS. (AA) DOORS -EAST OFFICES TO Nos. 201-203-205 & 206 (SINGLE) UNASSIGNED ROOM TO CORRIDOR No. D/2. STORAGE TO CORRIDOR No. 204 (SINGLE) d UTTS #2005, WROUGHT BRONZE, STEEL BUSHED, SELF LUBR 1CATING, NON RiSiNG STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PA IR. .' LOCK #88, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FROM EITHER SI:0E, DEAD BOLT BY KEY FROM OUTSIDE AND TURN KNOB FROM INSIDE X ESCUTCHEONS #300A X KNOBS #210. HOLDERS #1154, PLUNGER TYPE,' BRONZE, 8 INCHES. CLOSERS #11288, SIZE II FOR OFFICE ENTRM.JCES. LETTER DROP PLATES, CAST BRONZE, 3-1/4 X 8-1/2 INCHES OUTSIDE PLATE WITH OPENING 1-1/2 X 7 INCH, INSIDE PLATE SAME SIZE AS OUTSIDE, TO BE SUPPLIED FOR DOORS Nos. 201-203-205 & 206. (88) TXlORS DOORS TO LOOKOUT SiC'fICES Nos. 202/B-1/2-N/2 &; 0/2. (SINGLE) ,.. BUTTS ,;.'-2005, WROUGHT BRONZE, STEEL.BUSHED, SELF LUBRICATING, NOWK'''SING S1t"EEL PIN, ,4... 1,/2 x 4;.:.1/2 JNCH, .1-1/2 t L O C K LATCH BOLT BY INSIDE KNOB, OUTSIDE KNOB RIGID, B R ONZE CYLINDER ON EITHER SIDE AS NEEDED X ESCUTCHEON {{30CA X KNOBS #210. ALL LOCKS KE YED ALIKE (SPECIAL LOOKOUT KEY). (CC) Dorns DOORS BEHIEEN OFF I CES Nos. 2C6/A-2C6/B-206/C-206;D & 2C6/E. BUTTS #2005, \I,ROUGHT BROf-lZE, STEEL BUSHED, SELF LU BR I CAT lNG, NON-RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PAIR. LOCK #20, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE, SPLIT DEAD BOLT BY TURN KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE, EACH LOCKING AGAINST THE OTHER X ESCUTCHEON #3 0CA X KNOBS #210. HOLDERS /11154, PLUNGER TYPE, CAST BRONZE 8 INCHES. (DD) DOORS CORRIDOR TO CUSTODIAN'S ROOM No. C/2 (SINGLE) B UTTS #2005, BRONZE, STEEL BUSHED, SELF LUBR I CATiNG, NON-RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PAIR. LO C I < lf93, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE, DEAD BOLT BY KEY FROM OUTSIDE AND TURN KNOB FROM INSIDE, X ESCUTCHEO N l/300 A X KNOB S #21 C. (EE) DOeRS CORRIDOR DOOR TO PUBLIC TOILETs Nos. A/2 & B/2. BUTTS 1/2005, WROUGHT BRONZE, STEEL 8USHED, SELF LUBRICATING, NON-RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PAIR. LOCKS #106, LATCH BOLT BY KNOB FRo'M EITHER SIDE, LATCH BY KEY FROM OUT S I DE X ESCUTCHEON il300A X KNOBS #210. CLOSERS /11128 B. HOLDER #1154, PLUNGER TYPE, CAST BRONZE, 8 INCH. : MLC CEH : '1 5-

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ST.AUGUSTI NE,. FLA. ,P.O. AND CU. H. (FF) DOffiS.--SWING ROOM #1 TO TOILET 1"'-6 DOOR No. K/2 (SINGLE) SWING ROOM#?-TO TOILET lfl DOOR No. r#2 (SINGLE) BUTTS 'r1j2006, WROUGHT BRONZ.E STEEL BUSHED, SELF LUBR I CAT I NON-RISING STEEL PIN, 4-.1/2 X 4-1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PAIR. PUSH PLATE 'i1461, 12 x 3-1/2 INCHES AND KICK PLATE ;}1224,8 IN. CHES HIGH ON PUSH SIDE. Pu LL 1 / 1274. CLOSER 113002, S rz.E II I (GG) DOCR.--FROM TOI U,:T #6 TO TOI LET //!7 L/2 (S INGLE) BUTTS j'12005, WROUGHT BRONZ.E, STEEL BUSHED, SELF NON-RISING STEEL PIN, 4-1/2 X 4 -1/2 INCH, 1-1/2 PAIR. LOCK if/, LATCH BOlrT BY KNOB FROM EITHER SIDE, DEAD BOLT BY KEY, FROlvl EITHER SIDE X ESCUTCHEON jl300A X KNOBS ;1210. (HH) DOffiS.--POST OFFICE STORAGE ROOM TO ELEVATOR Hi
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. (B) DRAWERS: PARAGRAPH No. 835. Pu LLS No. 1297. LOCK No. 655, EXCEPT SASH AND STAMP DRA ViERS SHALL HAVE LOCK No. 650. (C) BULLETINS AND DIRECTORY (WOOD FRONT): BUTTS No. 2005, 3 X 3 INCHES. LOCK No. 701. (D) HINGED FLAP AT PARCEL POST SCALES: FAST PIN, BRONZE PLATED BUTTS, 3x 2 INCHES, No. 20298. 868. VERTICAL BOX HEAD SLIDING SASH: LIFTS, #1208, WROUGHT 8RONZE FLUSH TYPE, 2 ON BOTTOM Rid L. FASTENER /11146, CAR TYPE C':"ST BRONZE. 869. SERVICE WINIXJvVS IN POST OFFICE (SLIDING) & VERTICAL SLI DI NG WI CKET I C.O.D. FASTENE:RS #1146 TW0 ON EACH SA SH I)P TO 3 FEC T W I DE. MaRTI SE SOLT jfl053A AND HIO Llns if 1219 ON S I \ 3H O\/ER 3 FEET WIDE PULLEYS WITH CAST BRASS OR BRONZE CASE AND WHEEL AXLE. WHEEL TO BE GROOVED FOR 1/8 INCH D I AfIAETER WI RE CORD ;'ND WITH STEEL BUSHING AND ANTIFRICTION BEARINGS. WIRE CORD, PHOSPHOR BRONZE, SIX STRANDS OF NINETEEN .WIRES EACH, WITH COTTON CORE. TOTAL DIAMETER 1/8 INCH. TENSILE STRENGTH AT LEAST 400 LBS. CORD TO BE SOCKET EYE AT SASH CLAMP AT WEIGHT END, BOTH SOLDERED. CORD ATTACHMENTS SHALL A TENSILE STRENGTH. OF AT 400 POUNDS. WEIGHTS #1701BoR #170IC. 870. SLIDING GRILLES IN POST OFFICE PULLEYS. OORD5AND AS SPEG'F!ED FOR SERVICE PULLEY CASES TO HAVE NARROW FASTENER AS SHOWN BY DRAWING No. G-208 PRovIDE STOPS AS SHOWN AT BOTH SIDES OF EACH GRILLE. 871. CASEt-.:ENT S A SH: FOR ALL CASEMENT SASH HUNG IN PAIRS: BUTTS 112005, 3 X 3 INCHES. FASTENER JI 134 WI TH PROP,f:R STR IKE FOR SASH UP TO 4 FEET HIGH. CREMONE BOLT //1027 WI TH FOR E/-ICH SASH OVER 4 FEET HIGH TOP AND LEAF HEAD #IOQ,LENGTH 10 INCHES. BUTTS FOR SASH OPENING OUT HALL HAVE FAST-PkN FEATURE. 872. FOR ,\LL CASEMENT Vh NDOI'I.S NOS\ 1/14-1/17-1/27-1 /:?B & 2/26. BUTTS 7/2005, 3 x 3 INCHES. F lISTENER #11 :.34A. HEAD ADJUSTER 111000, LENGTH 10 I NCHES. BUTTS FOR SASH OPENING OUT SHALL HAVE FAST-PIN FEATURE. CEH -11 7\ \ \.

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., ,P.O. AND CU.H. 873. BOTTOM HINGED WOOD SASH: WOOD AND GLASS PART I T I ON AROUND SUPERINTENDANT OF BUTTS #2028, 3 X 3 INCH, ONE PAIR. TRANSOM CATCH #1100, CAST' BRONZE. CHAINS #1122, BRONZE 15 INCH, 2 CHAINS. PLACE WHERE DIRECTED. 874. COAT CLOSETS: COAT HOOKS #11628, 10 INCHES AP A RT. NICKLE-PLATED BRASS EXTENSION CLOTHES HANGER BARS #AIOIO, ONE IN EACH CLOSET. 875. V,OOD LOUVER AS SHOWN ON DRAWl NG G-5. HINGES,if2029A WROUGHT STEEL, GALVANIZED FIVE KNUCKLE: STEEL PIN 3-1/2 X INCH, I PAIR. PADLOCK HASP #1420, GALVANIZED STEEL, ADJUSTABLE, STAPLE 3 INCH. PADLOCK #IB, CASE HARDENED STEEL RUST PROOFED. (SPECIFICATION FF-P-IOI). 876. CYLINDRICAL CASE LOCKS AND LATCHES OF HEAVY DUTY TYPE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED AT THE OPTION OF THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE LOCKS AND LATCHESSPECIFIED HEREIN FOR INTERIOR DOORS, SUBJECT TOTHE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: THE CYLINDRICAL CASE LOCKS AND LATCHES SHALL BE SO AND CONSTRUCTED AS TO GIVE THE PERFORMANCE IN OPERATION AND DOOR CONTROL AS THE CORRESPONDING LOCKS SPECIFIED. THE CkSE LOCKS AND LATCHES SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. FF-H-I06 EXCEPT TH/',T LATCHES SHALL HAVE 1/2 INCH MINIMUM THROVI INSTE':'D OF 3/8 I NCH, THE CASES SHALL BE OF HEAVY PATTERN \'IROUGHT OR CAST BRONZE, r:.LL WORKING PARTS OF LOCK MECHANI.SM SH t.LL BE OF METAL OR NON-CORROSIVE ALLOY THE KNOBS AND ESCUTCHEONS SHALL BE ALL CAST BRONZE I NSTEAD OF WROUGHT BRONZE. FINISH OF EXPOSED PARTS SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED HEREIN. (A) THE ABOVE TI ONS SHP;LL APPLY WHEREVER CYL I NDRifCAL LOCKS ARE SUe-STITUTED FOR CYLINDER LOCKS AND LATCHES f,ND FOR COMMUNICATING DOOR TYPE 2C. 877. THE / \ BOVE CONDITIONS SHALL ALSO APPLY WHEREVER CYLINDRIC",L LOCKS LATCHES SUBSTITUTED FOR UNIT TYPE LOCKS AND LATCHES, EXCEPT TH A T IN SUCH CASES SQUARE PATTERN CAST BRONZE ESCUTCHEONS AND HEf,VY CAST BRONZE KNOBS 2-1/4 I NCHES IN DI AMETER ARE TO BE USED. 878. CYLI NDR I CAL CASE LOCKS AND LATCHES COMPLY I NG WI TH FEDERAL SPEC I F I CI-\T I ON No. FF-H-I 06 M/\Y BE SUBST ITUTED AT THE OPT ION OF THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE BIT KEY, LEVER TUMBLER TYPE LOCKS AND LATCHES SPECIFIED HEREIN, PROVIDED THE CYLINDRICAL CbSE LOCKS AND LATCHES ARE SO DESIGNED CONSTRUCED AS TO GIVE THE SAME PERFORMANCE IN AND DOOR CONTROL AS THE CORRESPONDING LOCKS SPECIFIED. FINI.SH OF EXPOSED PARTS SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED HEREIN. CEH -1'18

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ST. AUGUST I NE, FLf\., P. O. /-\ND CU. H. PAl f\rrl NG i-\ND FI NI SHI NG 879. GENER;"LLY.--THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE INCLUDED UNDER THEIR RESPECTIVE HEADINGS: SHOP AND ERECTION PAINTING OF STRUCTURAL METAL, SHOP PAINTING OF MISCELLANEOUS AND METAL. SHOP PAINTING OF STEEL WINDOWS. PRIME FINISH ON STEEL COMBINATION BUCKS AND FRAMES AND OTHER UNF I N I SHED VIOF{K SO SPEC I F I ED UNDER "HOLLOW MET AL VVORK." BAKED EN AMEL ON. HOLLOW MET AL WORK. FIRST COAT ON EXTERIOR SHEET METAL AND ON METAL COVERED WORK. SHOP COAT ING ON WOOD FRAMES AND WOOD FIN I SH UNDER "WOODWORK". FINISH COMpLETE ON LOBBY DESKS IS INCLUDED UNDER "PAINTING AND FINISHING". ApPLIED FINISH FOR FLOORS IS INCLUDED UNDER "TREATMENTS FOR FLOOR FINISHES." FINISH COMPLETE ON VAULT DOORS, PLUMBING ENCLOSURES, DOORS, METAL CABINETS, AND HOLLOW METAL WORK SPECIFIED TO BE FINISHED BY THE MAMUFACTURER. 880. SCOPE ()F \!\CRf(. --EXPOSED SURF ACES OF IRON AND STEEL WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPT!') j'J HOLLOVI METALWORK AND WORK FINISHED BY THE MANUF/,CTURER) SH"L:" '-lAVE CO.HS OF OIL PAINT IN ADDITION TO ANY PREVIOUS (K) WORK FINISHED BY THE MANUFACTURER SHALL 8E CAREFULLY PROTECTED ALL TIMES, AT THE END OF THE CONTRACT, EXPOSED SURFACES SHALL BE ANY ABRASIONS OR BLEMISHES SHALL BE REPAjRED OR REMOVED. (B) OF EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR SHEET METAL WORK (EXCEPT METALS) SHALL HAVE THREE COATS OF OIL PAINT IN ADDITION TO ANY PREVIOUS PAINTING. (C) ALL EXTER I OR WOODWORK, I NCLUDI NG THE OUTS IDE OF DOORS .iND SASH SHALL HAVE ONE COAT Of' LI ME WATER W ,\SH, FOLLOWED BY ONE CO;;T OF ACID STAIN THE DESIRED SHADE AND FINISHED BY 2 COATS OF SPAR VARNISH. THt INSIDE OF EXTERIOR DOORS AND SASH SHALL HAVE A FINIEH TO THAT OF THE ADJOINING VJOODTRIM
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FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. (J) FRAMES OR STEEL OR I RON AND THE FRONTS OF ELECTR I C CAB I NETS SHALL BE PAINTED TO MATCH THE COLOR OF THE SURROUNDING FINISH. (K) THE INSIDE OF LOOKOUTS, EXCEPT FLOOR, SHALL BE GIVEN TWO COATS OF BLACK PAINT. A BLACK BAND 8 INCHES WIDE SHALL BE PAINTED PAINT ON THE OF LOOKOUTS ALONG THE LINES OF OBSERVATION UNITS, AS NOTED ON DRAWING No. 205 OF LOOKOUT GALLERY. (L) ALL PLASTER WORK SHALL BE GIVEN TWO COATS,' OF CASEIN P A INT. (M) ALL UNPLATED IRON OR STEEL HARDWARE AND C .OMPOSITION ORNAMENT SH':"LL BE FINISHED TO MATCH THE WORK TO WHICH IT IS ATTf,CHED. (N) CE MENT FINISHED FLOORS AND BASE IN PENT HOUSES,. VAULTS AND BASEMENT (EXCEPT IN FUEL ROOM AND WHERE METALLIC HARDENER OCCURS) SHALL HAVE TWO COATS OF CEfIJENT FLOOR PAINT. (P) THE INSIDE WALLS AND CEILINGS OF BE GIVEN COATS OF WATER (Q) THE WALLS "ND-CEILINGS OF BOILER ROOM, STORAGE ROOMS AND SIMILAR SERVICE PORTIONS OF BASEMENT (EXCEPT FUEL ROOM) SHALL BE GIVEN TWO COATS OF CASEIN PAINT. (R) P"INTING OF PIPE COVERING AND. EXPOSED PLUMBING AND HEATING PIPES (OTHER THAN RADIATOR CONNECTIONS) IS INCLUDED UNDER "fv1ECHANIC:-L EQU I PIviENT. tl 881. SHOP COATI NG I S SPEC I F I ED UNDER "WOODWORK" AS FOLLOWS: ALL FRAiv'lES f\ND WOOD FINISH (EXCEPT FLOORING) SHALL BE STAINED, FILLED AND OR AND SHELLACKED OR OILED OR OTHERtHE FINISH SPECIFIED; AND ALL UNEXPOSED SURFACES AND ARE TO BE PAINTED OR ENAMELED SHALL BE GIVEN A PRIMING COAT OF p r iNT; ALL BEFORE LEAVING THE SHOP WHERE FABRICATED. PANELS BE PRIMED, STAINED OR FILLED AND GIVEN ONE COAT or FINISH BEFORE THEY ARE SET IN PLApE. 882. COLOR SAfvPLES.--THE FIN I SHED WORK SH ALL MATCH SAM PLES OF" COLORS AND FINISHES WHICH WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT TO THE CONTRACTOR UPON REQUEST. 883. SHALL BE HIGH GRADE PRODUCTS OF WELL KNOWN MANUFACTURERS AND 8HEN APPROVED SHALL BE DELIVERED ON THE WORK IN ORIGINAL UNBROKEN BEARING THE MAKERS N AMES AND BRANtiso MATERIALS NOT SPECIFIED SHALL CONFORM TO THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR SAME, VIZ: LINSEED No. JJJ-C-336 LINSEED OIL, BOILED-------------------------JJJ-O-33I" ItWHITE LEAD, PASTE, TYPE B-------------...-----IT-W-25I tURPENTI NE, TYPE 1--------------------------II LLL-T-79I llNC OXIDE, FRENCH PROCESS-----------------II IT-l-30 1 DRIER, TYPE It IT-D-65I PUTTY, WHITE II IT-P-79I IT-V -121 \ISHELLAC V;'RN ISH, TYPE 2 BLEACHED, LIGHT BODY-Tf-V-91 884. COLORS SHALL BE PURE, NON-FADING PIGMENTS FINELY GROUND IN LINsEED 0 I L. CbLORS THAT t.RE TO BE USED ON PLASTER, CEMENT OR STUCCO SH ALL BE LIME-PROOF. CEH 12 0

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. & CU.H. 885. RADIATOR ENAMEL BE ZINC OXIDE GROUND IN DAMAR VARNISH THINNED WITH PALE BAKING VARNISH AND TURPENTINE, AND SHALL BE TINTED ANTIQUE VERDE. THE ENAMEL SHALL BE FREE FROM MINERAL SPIRITS, SHALL COVER WELL IN TWO COATS AND DRY WITH A GOOD GLOSS. THE ENAMEL SHALL CONTAIN NOT LESS THAN 38 PER CENT PIGMENT. 886. PAINT SHALL BE A HYDRAULIC BASE PAINT DELIVERED IN POWDER FORM READY FOR USE WITH THE ADDITION OF WATER ONLY. THE POWDER SHALL CONSIST OF HYDRAULIC CEMENT, HYDRATED LIME, HYGROSCOPIC SALT, A SMALL AMOUNT OF WATER-REPELLENT METALLIC SOAP AND SMALL AMOUNTS OF OTHER AGENTS OR CHEMICALS TO IMPART WORKABILITY. A SMALL PERCENTAGE OF TITANIUM OXIDE MAY BE INCLUDED. LIMEPROOF PIGMENT COLORS SHALL BE ADDED AT THE FACTORY TO PROVIDE THE DESIRED COLOR TONE, BUT THE AMOUNT OF COLOR USED SHALL NOT BE IN EKCiSS OF 4 PER CENT BY WEIGHT. (A) THE PAINT SHALL BE SUITABLE FOR BRUSH OR SPRAY APPLICATION TO CLEAN, UNPAINTED, POROUS SURFACES OF CONCRETE, MASONRY, STUCCO OR SANDFINISH PLASTER AND, WHEN APPLIED, SHALL FLOW EVENLY AND COVER SOLIDLY. SURFACES TO BE PAINTED SHALL BE DAMP WHEN THE PAINT IS APPLIED. WHEN HARDENED AND THE PAINT SHALL FORM A DAMP-PROOF FILM THAT WILL NOT POWDER, CHIP OR RUB OFF AND THAT MAY BE WASHED REPEATEDLY WITHOUT DAMAGE TO THE FILM. (6) THE POWDER SHALL8E MIXED WITH WATER IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRINTED DIRECTIONS OF THE MANUFACTURER. No MORE SHALL BE MIXED AT ONE TIME:THAN CAN BE USED WITHIN 4 HOURS AFTER MIXING. ANY MIXED PAINT THAT IS NOT USED AT THE END OF THE DAY SHALL BE WASTED. 887. CASEIN PAINT (WHITE AND LIGHT TINTS) .--Ct,SEIN PAINT SHALL BE DELIVERED IN PASTE OR POWDER FORM RE/',DY FOR USE WITH THE ADDITION OF WATER NOTE.--FoR PAINTING PLASTER THE PASTE SHALL BE USED. (A) THE PIGMENT FOR POWDER AND PASTE SHALL CONSIST OF EITHER LIGHT-PROOF LITHOPONE, TITANIUM PIGMENT, ZINC SULPHIDE OR ANY SUITABLE MIXTURE THEREOF, WITH EXTENDER SUCH AS CLAY, MICA OR SIMILAR MATERIAL, FREE LIME, CASEIN WITH A NON-POTSONOUS PRESERVATIVE AND LIME-PROOF TINTING COLOR WHEN REQUIRED. AT LEAST 15 PER CENT BY DRY WEIGHT OF. THE TOTAL PIGMENT SHALL BE ZINC SULPHIDE (ZNS) OR TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TI02) OR A MIXTURE OF THE T1.'19. PAINT SHALL BE FREE FROM COMPOUNDS OF MERCURY. (6) THE PASTE SHALL BE AT LEAST 10 CENT CASEIN, (FACTOR NITROGEN 7.7) BASED ON TOTAL SOLIDS, NOT MORE THAN 35 PER CENT VOLATILE MATTER (MOSTLY WATER) AND SHALL 8E FREE FROM THE ODOR OR COLOR OF DECOMPOSED CASEIN. HYDRATED LIME MAY BE ADDED TO THE PASTE PAINT READY FOR USE TO INCREASE WORKABILITY, BWT THE AMOUNT OFLIME ADDED SHALL NOT 7 OUNCES PER GALLON PASTE. THE PASTE SHALL BE OF SMOOTH, UNIFORM CONSISTENCY, FREE FROM CURDS, COAGULATEp OR GRANULATED MATERIAL. THERE SHALL BE NO SETTLING OR PACKING IN THE eAN AND NO LIQUID SHALL BE PRESENT ON THE SURFACE AFTER STANDING FOR 30 DAYS. EACH GALLON OF PASTE SHALL REQUIRE APPROXIMATELY 2 QUARTS OF WATER TO THIN TO SUITABLE PAINTING CONSISTENCY. (C) THE POWDER SHALL CONTAIN AT LEAST 10 PER CiNT BY WEIGHT OF CASEIN (FACTOR NITROGEN 7.7) AND SUFFICIENT SUITABLE MATERIALS TO RENDER THE CASEIN SOLUBLE IN ONE HOUR AFTER THE WATER IS THE POWDER SHALL MIX READILY WITH WATER TO FORM A THIN PASTE AND BE REDUCED WITH WATER AND/OR BOILED LINSEED OIL. EACH TEN PPUNDS OF POWDER SHALL BE PROPERLY MIXED WITH4 TO 5 QUARTS OF WATER AND, iF SIRED, I PINT OF PALE BOILED LINSEED OIL MAY BE ADDED AND SHALL GIVE FHW -121

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. & CU.H. A SMOOTH PAINT OF AVERAGE BRUSHING OR SPRAYING CONSISTENCY, FREE FROM UNDISSOLVED PARTICLES OF CASEIN AND WITHOUT OFFENSIVE ,ODOR, BEFORE IT HAS BEEN SCREENED. (D) THE PAINT SHALL BE MIXED AND APPLIED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRINTED DIRECTIONS OF THE MANUFACTURER. THE PAINT SHALL HAVE GOOD HIDING POWER, SHALL SPREAD EASILY AND SHALL GIVE SMOOTH, EVEN COVERAGE WITHOUT STREI\KING, RUNNING OR SAGGING. THE PAINT MADE FROM EITHE. R : PASTE OR POWDER, ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER'S DIRECTjONS, SHALL REMAIN FOR A PERIOD OF NOT LESS THAN 18 HOURS IN A WITHOUT EXCESSIVE SETTLING OR HARDENING, OR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN OFFENSIVE ObOR. IT SHALL SET TO TOUCH WITHIN 2 HOURS AND DRY WITHIN 18 HOURS TO A SMOOTH, UNIFORM, OPAQUE, FLAT FINISH THAT IS NONYELLOWING AND NON-RUBBING. THE WHITE PAINT SHALL SHOW A LIGHT REFLECTION VALUE OF AT LEAST 84 PER CENT. AFTER 5 DAYS TO 30 DAYS OF DRYING, MARKS MADE WITH A SOFT LEAD PENCIL (No. 2) SHALL BE EASILY REMOVED WITH WATER AND SOAP WITHOUT APPRECIABLY MARRING THE SURFACE. 888. CASE I N PAINT {BLACK) ...FOR POWDER AND PASTE SHALL CONSIST OF EITHER BLACK OXIDE, CARBON SLACK, DROP BLACK OR BONE BLACK, OR ANY SUITABLE MIXTURE THmEOF, IN SUCH AMOUNT THATONE COAT WILL GIVE A SOLID BLACK FINISH TO AWHITE SURFACE AND STILL RETAIN GOOD BRUSHING WITH EXTENDER (SUCH AS CLAY, MIC,'I OR SIMILAR MATERIAL), FREE LIME AND CASEIN WITH A NON-POISONOUS PRESERVATIVE. PAINT SHALL BE FREE FROM COMPOUNDS OF MERCURY. IN OTHER RESPECTS, THE BLACK PAINT SHALL COMPLY WITH THE SPECIFIED HEREIN FOR WHITE CASEIN PAIN'T IN SO FAR AS THEY CAN APPLY TO BLACK PAINT. 889. STAINS SHALL BE OLEAR TONES, PENETRATING NON-FADING MATERIALS THAT WILL NOT CLOUD OR OBSCURE THE GRAIN OF THE WOOD. 8<)0. FILLER SHALL BE FINELY GROUND SILICA, LINSEED OIL AND DRIER, TINTED AS REQUIRED. DRY FILLER SHALL BE FINELY GROUND SILICA IF COLORED, SHALL BE TINTED WITH DRY PiGMENT. 891. FINISHING WAX SHALL BE MIXED IN THE PROPORTIONS OF 2 PARTS CARNAUBA WAX, 2 PARTS CERESIN AND 3 PARTS TURPENTINE THE WAX SHALL BE THINNED TO PROPER WORKING CONSiSTENCY BY MIXING WITH MINERAL SPIRITS OR TURPENTINE. 892. GOLD LEAF SHALL BE 23 KARAT FINE. SIZE FOR GILDING SH,ALL BE SLOW DRYING TAT' OIL GOLD SI ZE. 893. OIL PAINT SHALL BE PROPORTIoNED APPROXIMATELY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING TABLES, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. PIGMENT SHALL BE COMPOSED OF 75 TO 80 PER CENT WHITE LEAD PASTE AND 20 TO 25 PER 'CENT ZINC OXIDE PASTE, GROUND,AND MIXED AT THE FACTORY. (A) COLOR PIGMENTS SHALL BE ADDED TO PRODUCE THE REQUIRED TINTS OR SHADES. FOR DARK COLORS, THE PERCENTAGE OF PIGMENT TO COLOR IS TO BE VARIED AS NECESSARY. 894.' PAINT FOR OUTSIDE WOODWORK: COAT F'fGNiENT OIL TURPENTINE DRIER PRIMING SPECIFIED UNDER "MILLWORK AND FINISH" SOD"r' 100 LBS. 1-1/2 GALS. 2 GALS. pl'NT FI N I SH 100 LaS. :. 3-1/2 GALS. I QUART PINT '\ .( A) PAINT FOR EXTERIOR METAL WORK SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED ABOVE BDDY AND FINISH COATS OF OUTSIDE WOODWORK. FI-lW -122

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ST. AUGUSTINE 9 FLA., P.O. & CU.H. PAINT FOR INSIDE WOODWORK. COAT PIGMENT OIL TURPENTI NE mlER PRIMING 100 LBS. 3 GALS. 3 GALS. I PINT BODY 100 LBS. 1-1/2 GALS. 2 G/\LS. I PI NT VARNISH FINISH (GLOSS) 100 LBS. 1-1/4 GALS. 1-1/2 Gt,
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ST. AUGUSTINE j FLA., P.O. & CU.H. THE ZINC SULPHATE SOLUTION MAY BE OMITTED FROM FLOORS THAT HAVE BEEN TREATED WITH LIQUI. D FLOOR HARDENER. 901. PAINTS AND FINISHING MATERIALS SHALL BE FREE FROM SKINS, LUMPS OR ANY FOREIGN MATTER WHEN USED, ANb PIGMENTS, FILLERS, ETC., SHALL BE KEPT WELL STIRRED WHILE BEING APPLIED. 902. WORK THAT IS NOT TO BE FINISHED UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL BE PROTECTED AGAINST SPATTERS, STAINS OR SOILING AND EACH TYPE OF FINISH SHALL BE PROTECTED AGAINST SIMILAR DEFACEMENTS BY OTHER FINISH AND SHALL BE LEFT CLEAN. 903. PAINTI'NG.--E:;CH COAT OF PAINT SHALL BE EVENLY WORKED OUT AND ALLOWED TO DRY BEFORE ANY SUBSEQUENT COAT IS APPLIED OR RUBBING DONE. EACH COAT SHALL BE A DIFFERENT TINT FROM THAT OF THE PRECEDING COAT. FINISH COATS SHALL BE THE EXACT SHADES AND TEXTURES SELECTED. THE FINISHED WORK SHALL BE FREE FROM RUNS AND SAGS, DEFECTIVE BRUSHING AND CLOGGING OF LINES OR ANGLES. 904. ENAfv1ELI NG.--RADI ATORS SHALL BE DI SCONNCTED WHEN EACH COAT OF ENAMEL IS APPLIED. WHERE POSSIBLE THEY SHALL BE CONNECTED AND HEAT TURNED ON AFTER EACH COAT. 905. VARNISHING.--H,l\RD WOODS SHALL BE SPONGED WITH CLEAN WlHER TO RAISE THE GRAIN, THEN SANDED SMOOTH. ApPLY ACID STAIN OF THE REQUIRED SHADE, THEN A THIN COAT OF SHELLAC AND THREE FULL COATS OF VARNISH. OPEN GRAINED WOODS SHALL BE FILLED BETWEEN THE SHELLAC AND FIRST COAT OF VARNISH AND OFF ACROSS THE GRAIN. UNDERCOAT OF SHELLAC, FILLER AND VARNISH SHALL BE RUBBED SMOOTH WITH FINE STEEL WOOL OR SANDPAPER I AND THE LAST COAT RUBBED TO A DULL WITH PUMldE STONE AND WATER AND WIPED CLEAN. ;:. 906. A r:T1QUE PEeKY FINISH.--THE WOODWORK FOR THIS FINISH SHALL BE THOROUGHLY WITH WIRE BRUSH TO REMOVE DUST AND LOOSE PECKY POWDER. THIS OPERATION SHALL BE FOLLOWED BY ONE COAT OF LIMEWATER. NEXT THERE SHALL BE APPLIED ONE COAT OF AciD STAIN FOLLOWED BY ONE COAT OF WHITE LEAD IN OIL (PREPARED ACCORDING TO GOVERNMENT SPECIFICATION) BRUSHED OR SPONGED IN SUFFICIENTLY TO FILL PECKY CREV1CES. THE EXCESS WHITE PAINT SHALL THEN 3E WIPED OFF TO MATCH SAMPLE. FOR FINISH APPLY 2 COATS OF GOVERNMENT SPECIFIED CLEAR 907. ANTIQUE VARNISH FINISH.--THE WOODWORK FOR THIS FINISH SHALL HAVE ALL JOINTS AND CRACKS FILLED, ALLOWING THE GRAINS TO REMAIN RAIsED. THEN APPLY ACID STAIN OF THE REQUIRED SHADE. FOR FINISH APPLY 3 COATS MINIMUM OF VARNISH STAIN No. 37 OR AS MANY MORE REQUIRED TO PRODUCE DESIRED EFFECT. 908. VARNISH SHALL NOT BE THINNED IN ANY MANNER AND SHALL NOT BE APPLIED IN A TEMPERATURE BELOW 70 DEGREES F. NOR IN ANY PLACE NOT PROPERLY CLOSED AND PROTECTED FROM DRAFTS AND FROM VARNISH SHALL BE EVENLY FLOWED ON WITHOUT RUNS, SAGS OR BRUSH MARKS. 909. 01 LI NG.--THE UNEXPOSED EDGES OF DOUBLE HUNG SASH AND THE RUNS FOR SAME (EXCEPT WHERE EXPOSED ON THE OUTSIDE) SHALL BE GIVEN ONE COAT OF RAW AND ONE COAT OF BOILED LINSEED OIL. AFTER THE OIL Is DRY, THE EDGES OF SASH SHALL BE GIVEN A COAT OF WAX. 910. GILDING.--FLAG STAFF HEADS, INCISED LETTERS IN'WOODWORK AND RAISED OR INCISED LETTERS IN INTERIOR METAL WORK AND WORK SO SPECIFIED OR INDIC: ATEDSHALL BE GILDED WITH XX GOLD LEAF. FHW -124

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAn P.O. & CU.H. 91 I. ALL SURFACES TO BE GILDED SHALL SE THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND ALL RUST REMOVED. EXTER IOR MET.AL WORK SHALL BE GIVEN ONE COAT OF RED LEAD AND TWO COATS OF YELLOW PAINT. ALL OTHER SURFACES TO BE GILDED (EXCEPT GLASS) GIVEN TWO COATS OF YELLOW LEAD PAINT. 912. LETTERING, ETC.--INTERIOR DOORS SHALL BE NUMBERED. THE NUMBERS GIVEN ON THE PLANS SHALL BE THE SASIS OF BIDDING, BUT THE CONTRACTOR REQUEST INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, RELATIVE TO ANY CHANGES IN NUMBERS THAT MAY BE DESIRED BEFORE THE NUMBERING IS STARTED. DOORS OPENING FROM LOBBIES, HALLS AND CORRIDORS, AND DOORS TO EMPLOYEES TOILET ROOMS SHALL BE LETTERED WITH THE NAMES OF THE ROOMS OR THE TITLES OF THE OCCUPANTS AS DIRECTED. ENTRANCES TO ELE0ATORS SHALL BE LETTERED AS DIRECTED ON THE OUTSIDE AND WITH THE STORY NUMBERS ON THE INSIDE. BULLETINS AND DIRECTORIES AND OPENINGS IN LOBBIES AND CORRIDORS FOR THE TRANSACTION OF PUBLIC BUSINESS AND FOR THE DEPOSIT OF MAIL SHALL BE LETTERED WITH THEIR TITLES AS DIRECTED. 913. ITIS ASSUMED THAT OFF ICE DOORS WI LL AVERAGE 20 LETTERS TWO INCHES HIGH; I F A GREATER OR LESS AMOUNT OF LETTER ING Is REQU IRED, THE DIFFERENCE IN COST WILL 8E SUBJECT TO ADJUSTMENT ON THE BASIS OF TEN CENTS PER LETTER MORE OR 914. LETTERING SHOWING IN PUBLIC PLACES SHALL BE IN GOLD LEAF, OUTLINED IN BLACK. INCISED LETTERS SHALL BE IN GOLD ONLY. LETTERING ELSEWHERE SHALL BE IN BLACK. 915. PLASTER PAINTING.--SURFACES SHALL BE DRY AND CLEAN AND FREE FROM DUST WHEN PA INT IS APPL I ED. ALL PREV lous COATS (EXCEPT AS REQUIRED FOR-STIPPLING) SHALL BE DRY BEFORE ANY SUBSEQUENT COAT IS APPLIED. 916. EACH COAT OF PAINT SHALL BE THOROUGHLY AND EVENLY APPLIED AND SHALL BE FREE FROM NOTICEABLE BRUSH MARKS, CLOGGING, LUMPS,RUNS, OR SAGS. EDGES OF PAINT ADJOINING OTHER MATERIALS OR OTHER COLORS SHALL BE FULL AND CLEAN WITHOUT OVERLAPPING. 917. WORK THAT IS NOT TO BE 'PAINTED SHALL BE PROTECTED AND LEFT FREE FROM SPATTERS, STAINS, OR SOILING. 918. COLCRS.--CORNICES SHALL GENERALLY BE PAINTED THE SAME OOLOR AS CEILINGS. WHERE PICTURE MOLDINGS OCCUR, CEILING COLOR SHALL EXTEND DOWN TO THE PICTURE MOLD. 919. WHERE THERE ARE CHAIR RAILS THE WALL BELOW THE RAIL SHALL BE PAINTED THREE SHADES DARKER THAN THAT ABOVE THE RAIL. 920. WHERE COVES OCCUR AT JUNCTION OF WALl.S AND CEILINGS AND WHERE THERE ARE NO PICTURE MOLDINGS OR OTHER DIVIDING LINES, THE CEILING COLOR SHALL EXTeND TO THE BOTTOM OF THE COVE, OR SUCH FURTHER DISTANCE : AS DIRECTED, BE SEPARATED FROM THE WALL COLOR BY A BAND OF AN APPROVED COLOR. THIS COLOR ARRANGtMENT SHALL NOT APPLY WHERE WALLS AND CEILINGS ARE SPECIFIED TO BE OF THE SAME COLOR. 921. SAMPLES OF COLORS FOR THE FINISHED WORK WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, TO THE UPON REQUEST. No PART OF THE LAST TWO COATS OF PAINT SHALL BE APPLIED UNTIL AFTER THE CONTRACTOR HAS RECEIVED THE COLOR SAMPLES. FINISHED WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTABLE THAT DOES NOT MATCH TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE GOVERNMENT'S REPRESENTATIVt THE COLOR SAMPLES FU RNISHED. FHW -125

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., p.O. AND CU.H. 922. TOUCHING UP.--AT THE COMPLETION OF OTHER BRANCHES OF THE WORK ALL PA INTED AND FIN I SHED WORK SHALL 8E TOUCHEP UP AND RESTORED WHERE DAMAGED OR DEFACED, AND THE ENTIRE WORK LEFT FREE FROM BLEMISHES. 923. FINISH Fffi vJOOD LOB8Y FIXTURES.--THE SURFACES OF THE PECKY LOBBY DESKS SHALL BE CLEANED AND SMOOTHED PERFECTLY BEFORE ANY FINISH IS ;\PPL I ED. 9 24. THE LOBBY DESKS ARE TO BE FINISHED IN ANTIQUEPECKY IN THE MANNER D ESCRIBED IN PARAGRAPH 941 THIS SPECIFICATION. 925. THE WOOD OF THE BULLETIN 30AADS AND DIRECTORIES SHALL BE SANDED S MOOTH BEFORE THE FINISH IS APPLIED. 926. THE BULLETIN BOARDS AND DIRECTORIES SHALL HAVE THE ANTIQUE Vt,RNISH FINISH AS IN SECTION ON (A) OF PARAGRAPH 941 OF THIS SPECIFIC;:'TION. 927. THE NUMBER OF COATS SPEC I F I ED INCLUDES THE FINAL COAT. 928 EACH COAT OF STAIN, FILLER OR FINISH SH ALL BE ALLOWED TO DRY ;,ND BE RUBBED St/lOOTH ;:;ND CLEANED OFF BEFORE niE NEXT COAT IS APPLIED. THE FINISH MATCH THE COLOR OF THE S AMPLES THAT WILL BE FUR N I SHED ON REQUEST OF THE GOVERNMENT. 9 2 9 ALL VARNISHES, ST;:'INB, FILLERs,EtC. USED IN rlNISHING WOOD LOBBY FIXTURES SHALL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL SPECIFIC [\TIONS FOR SAME. ALL WORKi\1A NSHIP ,SHI.LL B E O F THE HIGHEST Gr-{ ADE oo,TAINABLE. TREI1T M E NTS FOr{ FLOOFi F I N 10HES .:. Iv1"TER 930. MATER li.t':'S USED FOR CLEA NING, FILLING AND MENT OF FLOO RS UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL MEET THE SPECIFICATIONS, AND BE APP(IEDIN ACCO R D ANCE WITH THE PRINTED DI RECTIONS TO SUIT THE ALL M hTERIALS MUST BE "T SITE OF WORK IN SE I,LED CONT / IINERS AS SHIPPED ; .sy i'Ji;,NUFACTU H ER. 931. CLEANER Ii SHf,LL BE A LIQUID EI'J1ULSION COlvlP OUND OF PUR E LINSEED OIL "NO POTASH. IT SHALL BE OF A CREhMY CONSISTENC. Y AND SHALL HAVE A SOLID : CONTENT OF NOT LESS 20 PER CENT. SHALL BE SOLUBLE IN WATER AND WHEN DILUTED WITH WATER ACT AS A IT SHALL NOT BE NOR CONT AIN A N Y SOLVENTS, VOLATILE SPIRITS O R FI' iEE 0 ILS T H A T VI I LL DI SS OLVE ASPHI\L TIC FLOORS IT NOT CONTAIN MO, ( E THAN .15 PER CENT FHEE A LKhLl OR A CID'" THE TOr f,L ; .LKiILi CONTENT AS K 21 SHALL NOT 6E LESS THA N 2.8 NOR M O R E 3.2 PER CENT. MATTER I NSOLUOLE IN ALCOHO L SHALL NOT EXCEED 2.6 PEtl CENT "ND i..:lh TTER INSOLUGLE I N WATER SH;.LL NOT .E:XCEED .03 PER CENT. FILLER SHALL B E A PASTE CONTAINING FINELY GROUND HELD INh VEHICLE THhT IS SUFFICIENTLY VOLATILE TO D R Y IN TWO OR THREE HOURS, LEAVING ONLY ; \ CEMENT ;:{ESIDUE WHICH WILL COMBI ,NE T ,HE SILICA AND FILL THE CAVJTIES THE SURFACE WITH A PERMANENT, AD-. HE RING SOLID. THE VOLATILE SHALL NOT BE MOR E THAN 5.0 PER MLC -1 26

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ST. AUCUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. CENT. THE CILICA CONTENT SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 78 PER CENT NOR MORE THAN 85 PER CENT. THE BALANCE SHALL CONSIST OF VARNISH, DRYING OILS AND DRIERS. IT SHALL BE SUPPLIED IN uNATUR"L II (VVHICH IS STAINLESS) WHEN NO COLOR IS SPECIFIED. THE PASTE SHALL 8E THINNED AT THE JOB WITH MINERAL SPIRITS FOR APPLICATION. 933. FLuOO SEALER B SHALL BE i,PREPARAT ION Hi\V I NG 26 PER CENT OR MORE NON-VOLATILE MATTER CONSJSTING OF VARNISH GUMS'AND DRYING OILS HELD IN SEMI-LIQUID FORM BY VOLATILE THINNERS. IT SHhLL BE W"TERPROOF WHEN DRY. IT SHALL BE OF SUCH A NATURE AS TO PERMIT APPllChTION A LAMBS WOOL MOP AND GIVE QUICK IT SHhLL SPREAD EVENLY AND THINLY AND SHALL DRY HARD WITHIN TWELVE TO FOIcJRTEEN HOURS AFTER APPLlC':'TION, lE':,VING NO SURFACE COATING. IT SH/,LL BE SUPPLIED IN "NATURAL" WHEN NO COLOR IS SPECIFIED. (A) THE ACID NUMBER SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN 3.5. THE BOILING RANGE OF THE SOLVENT SHALL 8E BETWEEN 130 DEGREES C. AND 190 DEGREES C., ABOVE 75 PER CENT GOING OVER UNDER 170 DEGREES C. THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF THE SOLVENT SHALL BE ABOUT 0.77 AT 20 DEGREES C. 934. UN u c.hCOATER A SHALL 3E ,\ LIQUID i,t,IXTURE OF CREAMY CONSISTENCY 12 PER CENT OF MERE SOLID CONTENT OF VARNISH GUM AND THE TOThL SOL I DS SHALL HIWE /, i,lELT I NG PO I NT NOT LOWER THAN 63 DEGREES C. ( 145 DEGREES F.) AND SHhLL BE VEGETABLE WAXES COMBINED WITH NOT LESS THAN 10 CENT OF V/,kNISH BUM ,\ND NOT IvlORE THAN 15 PER CENT OF MINERAL WAX. THE UNDERCOATER ONLY SPIRIT THINNERS WHICH SH",LL HAVE FU,SH POINT NOT LOVlE i-{ TH';N 28 C. THINNERS SHd_L COivlPLETELY EVAPORATE IN THI"TY 1v'IlNUTES OR LESS AT NORM"L ROOivi rEiI,",PERATURE, /\ND SHhLL CONT,.IN NOT LESS THAN 20 PER CENT OF SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE. THE DISTILLATION RANGE OF THE SOLVENTS BE 138 DEGREES C. AND 193 DEGREES C. THE MIXTURE SHALL BE I, E ;; ;I': L8 ION ;\ND SHALL HAVE BEEN PROCESSED IN A COLLOID MILL WHICH VJILL l ,P.Ef,K DOVJN THE SOLIDS INTO MINUTE PARTICLES. V i HEN ;.. FIU\1 OF THE CLE':'R UNDER-COATER IS DRIED ON A GLASS PU,TE, IT SHALL A SEMI-TRANSPhRENT BROWN ISH FILM THAT DRIES IN NOT MORE THAN I HOUR AND DOES NOT JURN WH I TE. 935. THE UNDERCOATER SHALL SPREnD EVENLY AND THINLY WHEN APPLIED VI'ITH A U\MBS VIOOl MOP OR SlrvllU\R DEVICE. IT SHALL TAKE A HIGH, NON-SLIpPERY SHEEN WHEN POLISHED \ 'lITH AN ELECTR IC OR, WEIGHTED PAD. IT SHI,LL NOT LE':'VE A STICKY OR GUI.ii,AY SU i:'F,:'CE. IT SH':,LL NOT CRi.CI<, CHECK Oi-{ PEEL AND SHhLL NOT MARKS OF WHE.N REPAIRS t.RE il/:',DE. IT SHi,LL NOT R{;ISE THE GR"IN OF \'JQOD FLOORS. IT SHALL BE SUPPLIED IN "N,cITU;-{{,L II WHEN NO COLOR IS SPECIFIED. THE COLORING MATTER OF COLORED SHALL 8E A TRANSPARENT DYE THAT WILL STAIN WOOD LINOLEUM. 936. UNDE8COATER B SH ALL BE A LIQUID EMULSION Of C FIEAI.AY CONSISTENCY HI,VING hT, LEi,ST 12 PEi'l CENT SOLID CONTENT OF V/\RNISH GUM AND WAX. THE MELTING POINT OF THE SOLIDS BE NOT LESS THAN 65 DEGREES C. (150 F). THIS PRODU C T SH;,LL NOT BE 'II/lADE WITH A STEARIC OR OLEIC ACID SOAP, TRIETHANOLAMINE, HEXALIN OR AMMONIA. IT SHALL 5E A ';IATER EivlULS,lON WITH NOT iviORE THAN .15 PER CENT FREE ALKALI, CALCULATED ON DRY TOTAL THE VEHICLE SHALL BE WATER ONLY WITH NOT MORE THAN I PER ,CENT ALLOWED FOR PERfUME AND PERFUME SOLVENT. (A) THE UNDERCOATER SHALL SPREAD EVENLY AND THINLY WHEN APPLIED WITH A U,MBS WOOL 1vl0P OR SIiv'!lLAR DEVICE. IT SHALL DRY WITHIN THIRTY MINUTES. THE PRODUCT SHALL TAKE A HIGH, HARD, NON-SLIPPERY SHEEN l'ilLC -127

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. WHEN POLISHED .WITH A N ELECTRIC POLI SHING MACHINE OR WEIGHTED IT SHi\LL NOT LEf,VE A ST ICKY OH GUMMY SURFACE I-INDSH',LL NOT CFU,CK, CHECK OR PEEL. IT SHALL BE A WATERPROOF FINISH, THE FILM OF WHICH SHALL NOT AE IMPAIRED AFTER 2-1/2 HOURS IN COLD WATER. IT SHALL NOT BE INJURIOUS TO RUBBER TILE AND TERRAZZO FLOORS. 937. FINISH MATE RIAL SHALL BE A LIQUID EMULSION OF CREAMY SISTENCY HAVING AT LEAST 17 PER CENT OF SOLIDS OF VARNISH GUMS AND WAX. THE TOTAL SOLIDS SHALL CONTAIN NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CENT NOR MORE THAN 12 PER CENT VARNISH GUMS AND NOT LESS THAN 70 PER CENT VEGETABLE VJhX, WITH A (.,JELTING POINT NOT LO\fJEH TH/. N 80 DEGREES C. (175 F.) THE SOLIDS SHALL NOT CONTAIN MINERAL WAXES OR ROSIN. COLD WATtR SOLUBILITY SHALL NOT BE MORE THAN 15 PER CENT. THE PRODUCT NOT CONTAIN MORE THAN 1 PER CENT OF FREE OIL, WHICH IS PE RMITTED FOR PERFU M E PURPOSES AND SHALL NOT CONTAIN FREE ALKALI. TO EXCEED .15 PER CENT THESE ARE C{,LCULATED ON DnY SOLIDS. AMMONIA ; ND TRIETHANOLAIIl1INE ARE. NOT TO BE CONSIDERED AS FREE ALKALI. ALKALINE SALTS SHALL NOT EXCEED 25 PER CENT AND MATTER li-JSOLUBLE IN ALCHOL SHALL NOT EXCEED 3.0 PER CENT, AND MATTER INSOLUBLE W/iTER SH/,LL NOT EXCEED \.0 PE t CENT. FLOO R S SH'ILL BE m,USHED CLEAN TO REMOVE ALL DUST OTHER FOREIGN MATTER. (A) HARDWOOD FLOORS SHALL BE GIVEN ONE COAT OF SEALER A APPLIED WITH A LAMBS WOOL MOP AND WELL RUBBED OUT TO COVER THE SURFACE COMPLETELY. ALLOW THE SEALER TO DRY, THEN HUB WITH STEEL WOOL, REMOVING ANY SURFACE GLOSS. NEXT APPLY TWO COATS OF UNDER.COMTER A AND ONE COAT OF FINISH MATE RIAL ; EACH COAT TO BE POLISHED WHEN DRY. (8) OAK BE FILLED BEFORE THE SEALER A IS APPLIED. THE FILLEr: SH;,LL tHo APPL IED TH A BRUSH m I_lOP hND WORKED INTO THE SURFACE BY RUBBING ACROSS THE A MOP OR RAG. WHEN THE FILLEI". IS "SET" T'-iE FLOOI\ING SHALL BE RUBBED i,CROSS THE GRidN UNTIL ALL SURPLUS IS REMOVED FROM THE (C) M COLOR THAN. OF THE NATU RA L WOOD IS INDICATED OR SPECIFIED, THE UNDER-COATER SHALL B E FURNISHED IN THE REQUIRED. 9 39. TERRAZZO.--l J iop THE TEHHAZZO FLOOilS WITH CLE(.N PRE Pt-iiE II SOLUTION IN THE PROPOFnION OF ONE PINT OF CLE;;NEIl A, ONE P I NT OF UNDER-COi,TE R B, AND ONE GALLON .W ATER. As SOON ':'S THE CLEAN HAS GEEN WITH THE OF THE TERRAZZO, SCRU B THE FLOORS WITH THIS SOLUTION AND SQUEEGEE OFF THE EXCESS. WHEN THE FLOOR IS DRY, IT SH,',LL DE POL/SHED THOROUGHLY. NEXT APPLY TWO COt-TS OF UNDER-COATER B, DILUTED WITH ONE HALF WhTER AND ONE COAT OF FINI S H MATERIAL; EACH COAT TO BE POLISHED THOROUGHLY VJHEN D, i Y. (A) i,;ARBLE STRIPS AND BORDERS ('FANY) IN CONNECTION WITH TERRAZZO FLOOR SHALL BE GIVEN THE SAM E TREATMENT AS THE TERRAZZO. 940. APPL/CATION.--THE FLOOR SHALL BE FREE FROM DUST AND FOREIGN MATERIAL WHEN THE SPECIFIED IS STARTED. Mop APPLICATION SHALL, IN GENER"L, BE MADE WiTH ALMoJIBS WOOL MOP, EXCEPT THE APPLICATION OF FINISH MATERIt-L BE WITH A COTTON STRING MOP. FOR LARGE FLOOR hREAS OF FINISH SHALL BE M ADE BY : )NE il,, ( N \.' ITH A SHORT (15 INCH) STR,\ND COTTON STRING MOP FOLLOWED ,. I ;' ; l. i,1LC -1 ,'28

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. liND CU.H. BY A SECOND MAN USING h LONG (20 INCH) STRAND COTTON' DRY MOP TO ASSURE EVEN, THIN DISTRIBUTION OVER FLOOR AREA. FINISH MhTERIAL SHALL NOT BE RUBBED UNTIL DRY. 941. ON POROUS FLOORS WHERE POLISHING IS DONE BEFORE THE TREATMENT IS COMPLETELY DRY, USE A FIBRE BRUSH AND FINISH WITH A SOFT (TAMPICO) BRUSH. Ir TREATMENT BEEN APPLIED TOO THICK AND BRUSH USE relAT OR CLEAN "a" OR "00" STEEL WOOL BENE':-TH WE IGHT OR BRUSH ,;,ND REPOLISH Oi"'l RUB OUT "",VES WITH Bu r'LAP. WHERE POLISHING IS SPECIFIED, THE USE OF A SINGLE DISK ELECTRIC POLISHER WITH WHEELS FLOOR IS 942. TESTS.--LABORATORY TESTS OF FOR FLOOR BE MhDE IN WITH METHODS APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL OF ST ANDARDS. A COMPLETE SPECIFICATION OF TESTS MAY BE HAD ON FROM THE PROCU ,IEMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH. 943. PROTECTI0N.-ALL 0,1 SPf,CES IN WHICH FLOORS ARE BEING SHALL BE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC OR OTHER WORK AND SHALL BE KEPT CLOSED UNTIL THE FLOOR T REATMENTS COMPLETED. THEN CONTRACTOR ADEQUATELY PROTECT FROM DAMAGE, USING SUITABLE COVERINGS WHERE NECESSARY, MAINT.\IN SUCH PROTECTION UNTIL COMPLETION OF THE CONTRf.CT. I VILC -129

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. GLASS GLJ\Z ING 944. ALL GLASS REQUIRED DY THE CONTRACT SHALL 8E AND INSTALLED COMPLETE. JUST DEF ORE FINAL INSPECTION, THE GLASS UE CAREFULLY CLEANED ANY GLASS THAT HAS QEEN OROKEN, SCRATCHED OR DAMAGED SHALL UE WITH NEW GLASS TO THE SATISFACTION O F TH[ CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER. 945. GLASS SHALL DE GRADEU IN ACCORDANCE WiTH FEDERAL SPECIFICAT ION No. DD-G-451 UNLESS SE S PEC I[0. EACH P IECE OF CLEAR GLASS SHALL GEAR THE MANUFACTURER'S LA DEL GIVING THE NAME OF THE ivlANUF AND ThE QU,\L I TY o f THE GL;\SS, I NCLUD I NG I TS WE IGHT OR THICKNESS. ACSENCE LABEL WILL CONSTITUTE CAUSE FOR REJECTION. (A) GLASS SHALL JE CLEAn, OQSCURE GLASS IS GLA SS THhT IS S!CECIFIED TO OE P uLISHEC SHALL 3 E GROUND AND POLISHED. (8) GLASS SHALL HAVE A (FIRE FINISH) SURFACE O N ONE SI DE,UNLESSnHf.:RI,lfISE SPECIFIE). 946. GLASS SHALL CONFORM WITH fHE F OLLOWING SCHEOULE: (A) POLISHED PLATE, -;/4 INCH THICK, GLi,ZING QUf,LITY: PUOLIC ENTRANce DOORS, INCLUDING TRANSOMS ANJ WINDOW 2/1. (8) POLISHED PLATE, 3/16 INCH THICK, GLAZING QUALITY: BULLET I I !S DIR[CTORIES. ( C ) \!if IRE GU\SS v 1/4 INC Ii T H I C K f 0 LIS H ED J O T H Sic; E S : DoeRS SO O N THE DR A WINGS. MAILING VESTIBULE DOO RS AND WIN DOWS. (D) OR.AWN WINDOW c;,U\SS, 3/16 INC H TH I CK, GLAZ ING Qu,\L\ QUALITY. B ASEMENT WiN DOWS. PRIVATE 0R SEkVICE ENTRANCE PENTH UUSE WINDOWS AN D DO ORS. (E) DRt,WN WI fi!DOW GLN3S, [) OU;:JLE STr,ENCTH A QUAL I TY: ALL NOT OTHERWISE S?ECIFIE D ALL DOORS NOT OTHERWISE (F) ORN.\MENTl-.L PLATE, 1/4 THICK, i;'.J LlSI-1D SIDE: ALL GLASS IN L GDDY SCREEN. ALL TOILET RO O M ALL OTH[H GLASS INDICATED AS 1I03SCUR[II. (G) STRUCTURtL GLASS, 1/2 INCH THICK, JU\C!<', r:OLISHED O N ALL EX? OSED FACES F O R LOD3Y DESKS. (H) TYPE H GLASS GOVERNMENT DO-G-451, GLASS FOR A8S0ROING AND INTERCEPTING ULTRA V!OLET AND INFRA-f : [D RAYS. ROLLED FIGURED StlEET FOR VENTIL ATOR WIND OWS IN CLEAR STORY. VLP -130

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ST. ;\UGUSTI FLA :-:' .0. NI) CU.H. 0 1 r, SHALL Ij r: ,G: LA;,':L,::' 1 \ ,,)UALITY} ) / 16 1/4. '" I THICI<: ;"JLISH[D :"L!-ITl GLASS ivl:,x,;:' .'f'S A,') IN C'.)Mi'A(r
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ST. FI_I-\., P.O. t\NO CU .H. 95. GLASS FOR EXT[,\ i or< V!OC!O :;:\51\ I N e HlS nil CK, FOR I NTER I OR SASH AN] FO: { DOORS, Sr1Al_L Cl-: SET Wi TH GLAZ I NG : EADS. BE.AOS FOf, DOORS SHALL DE F.:,STi::NEJ Vi I TH CRASS ANC V JOOU E ; [I\OS FOI, SASH. SHALI_ WITH L RADS. METAL FOR C E ILING SASH SHALL C[ WITH FLUSH Hf.AD S59. GLASS METAL SASH SHALL J E SET WITH GLAZING CLIPS AND !JU,TY, 0 ;'; GLAZING '.iI:J,DS, AS I;M Si;OVliN. SHt:..: E:T j 'J,ETAL O F U,, 'JT G ( I FIU,ME SH{,LL NOT DC LESS THAN 16 GAUGE AND N 0 0 0 ETC., SHALl. NOT OE THAN 2::) GAUGe. SH/.LL ;:; E : i I i\lGE O \v I TH SCREW CATCH FOR RU.AMPIi'JG. ,"' j ELf) ALL -JO!iiTS. 3R /ICKETS SHALL ..'T ['P.INTED 1\ GULL OLACK AS S f'ECIFI ::D ;:-Of{ EXTEFI !CJR I R ON UNor;:;: (A) \IJ IRING OF d <,'\ CKETS WILL ;':;E AS SPF.CIFIEi) UNLEI' IICONDU I T AN D \ ':1 t( j ',cll \ ; 1i''.: '. .'j," \"/!;OJ IN. ) bA'!: ......, '''Ll .. qC c"rf. "1'1 ",-r-o IU"(3."\. \.., 1-... .::-, :(\ U!:.. '. "\hi .Jr, '., _L : 1\ ,\jIL L 1.'1 AN D GLASS AND SECURELY IN PLAce AS D[TAILE[. (C) ;OUR (4) lJi U ,CKFTS WILL LI [ i;EC::JIR fcl). 962. 8ALCONY !...i-\NTUI. S / \ i [ Te, J[ C-J NS'j-"UCTEu OF WROUGHT AN J O ACK H O T R OLLED SHEETS OF PURE IRON, AND SHALL J E ACCORG ING TO DETAIL. WROUGHT IRON HAIIIGE.i is T') :':[ P"OVIGfD Win! i M MJS /\T T i\CH!NG TO 3/8 FIXTURE STUD MJ[J OF L.DJGTH TO AS:: Uf';[ H, .NG i NG HE: GHT AS I I CAT c:D Ol\j THE ['-[VAT I ONS. flArIGE ; I TO DE CIlI'JCEt\LE,; niCHE IN. i, iETf,l. fdD SHEET II1E1';:\'FFU,i,1[ O F LAiHERN ARr TO D E NOT LESS THAN 20 G A UGE IRON. T op, JOTTOM, MOULDINGS, ETC., ARE T a DE OF NOT LESS THAN 26 G A UGE IRON. Boss IN G 0 TTOM IS TO R::' UND, Of SHr::ET i.,lE.TAL. /\LL -JO I iHS T e DC WieLOED ONf PMJ[L I S TO HADE HltJGET SCF
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. CU.H. 964. L.Om:,y I..ANTERNS.--Lo:.:oy l,C,NTi::f,N T O DE ENTIRELY OF WROUGHT IRON AND HOT SHEETS OP SUUSTANT.IALLY PURE IRON AND SHALL L E CONSTRUCTED ACCORDING TO DETAIL. HANGER IS TO DE WITH MEANS FOR ATTACHING TO 3/B INCH FIXTUR[ STUD 965. j,jIET,\L CO,\NERS OTHER SHEET METAL Ft<,\Mt: f'I-\ RTS N(E .TO ;3f O F NOT LESS THAq 2.0 GAUG[: I RON; Top, JOTTOM ANt' ORNAM:::NTAL PARTS ARE TO 3E U F NOT LESS THAN 2 6 GAUGE I RON. BAND ORNAMENT IS TO DE [ MJOSSED ACANTHUS LEAF OR NAMENT ON CANOPY IS TO JE HANU WROUGHT AND APPLIED. 8uss SHOWN TURNED MAY D E MADE OF SHEET METAL. ALL J O INTS SHALL DE WEU}ED. (A) ONE r ANCL I S TO :; E I NGE C FO,< R::LP,MF' NG 'S TO i j [ PfiOV I D[D WITH SCREW CATCH. (B) LANTERNS !,RE TO J[ FINIS:,E U IN IIV[RD[ /'INTIQU,: i\S Si:'ECIFIED lINJfR "PA I NT I [-J G" FOR I NT;:::;, I 01\ WiN UGHT I (c) LANT E RNS ARB TO J 5 FURNISliEU COMPL[TE WITH INTERMEDIATE GRA SS LAMP RECEPTACLES PAINTED OLACK, GLASS, COMPLETELY AND P ROP ERLY INSTALLED. FIXTURES WIRE MAY DE EXP OSED, THROUGH COSS AT COTTOM o f RING. 966. TWEr'ITY (20) LANTERi\)S 'iii LL OC. F{F::O LOCATED ;"$ F OLL OWS (SEE DRAWING PHE 451): FIRST Fl.OOR iv1 ;l,IN LODey -12 LODDY -.3 [':'ST L0 :-; O Y --3 FLOQf, S7AIR -1 CORRlcon N o .1 -1 967. REC[ ,5SED L I ChTS IN l\lOF\TH ;.Nll SOUTH V[S-il LIGHTS SHALL ; [ = C cJI\ISH\lJCTE.J ,:,S '. !::TAI!-LJ O N ClRAW ING i'J c ; P H[ 451. Box SHALL NO T E-SS THi\N r)o. U.S. G!'.UG[ GALVANIZED STlEL AND O F GO X N O T LESS THAN 22 CAUGE. BOR OCR hNGLES SH ALL JC:: I X ::/Lj I X 1 /;8 INCH. S:,ALL F OL I SHeD NICKEL eL iHED D iU\SS CLASS SH ALL SOL I D OP AL OF TilE S I Z[ IND IC,\ TEJ I',;JC SHALL elf-: S E T SH[E; l31: ASS iN IJLJ\ CE AN) FASTENED WITH A SC REW CATCH. r'-:NISH ()f EX"0 5ED "'.,RTS S !1ALL or: "V:::RDE :,S SPEC IFiC) Ui'lDE:-z PA IIJTIN\.i11 FOf\ INTI:RI O R WROUGIH I "ON. Rr:CE;:>TACU: S SH /:"LL D E JR,\SS, Pf:OPi,=RLY PLACi:D ;:-01 : LAMP SIZE SHOWN Eu::cn, I CAL PLAN. KEC CSSED LIGHTS /\:,[ T O [jE I SHED C0MPL,: TE !\S DETAIL[D, C ,:)W'LETr:::LY 'HIRE:!) AND [ ROi'EIlL.'.' 1f\IST/ILLED. SEE ALSO DR;WJING No. ?OO F O R Fl.H;THEi< AS T O I:JSH,LLJ..T IOt-,I. (A) (2) f< EE SS E D L I G H T S WI L L i:> E i< EJ2 U I [l, 968. I LLUM I f'J;l.T[D DI j S I .--0 I R [C T I ONAL SIGN S W I Tn PR OPER SHALL JE PR OVIDED Al PO I NTS IN MAIN L08UY SHOWN O N DRAW I i IG I Jo. ) H[ 451. SIGNS SIMLL OE OF THE :'iW JECT I NG TYPE AND SHALL D E DOUBL E FACED. 969. THE COMPLlTE SIGN SHALL CO NSIST OF THE FRAME, SU PPOR TING JRAC KET OR HANGlRS, SOCKETS, WI R !NG, WIRE ANG FACE PLATES VLi" -133

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ST. AUCUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H ',v ITH l ilSCRIPTIONS AS DESI GNATED. INTERIORS SHALL BE COATED IN ALuMINUU OR WHITE ENAMEL. THE PLATES AND WIRING SHALL BE HELD IN PLACE WITH SOFT METAL CLIPS ON SIMILAR MEANS THAT WILL PERMIT EASY REMOVAL FOR OR CHANGES. 970. T h E EXPOSED METAL PARTS SHALL BE OF SHEET STEEL. STEEL SHALL OE NOT LIGHTER THAN No. 20 U.S. STANDARD G AUGE, COLD ROLLED FURNITURE STOCK, PROPEFlLY ANNEALED, AND \i ITH SMOOTH CLEArJ SURFACES. FINISH SHALL BE "VERDE A:JTIQUE:I AS S P E C I FIE D FOR I N T E RIOR I RON \'1 0 R K U{'oj D E R "PA I N TIN G 971. INSCRIPTI O N PL ATES SHALL CONSIST OF CLEAR PLATE GLASS POLISHED EDGE S OVER WHICH IS PLACED A METAL STENCIL CUT TO THE CHAR A CTERS REQUIRED. THE SHALL BE AT LEAST 1 4 GAUGE AND SHALL BE HELD IN INTIMATE CONTACT THE GLASC. THE INSCRIPTION SHALL 8E S AND-BLASTED ON THE GLASS AN D THE LIGHT SHALL BE DIFFUSED THROUGH THE TOP EDGE OF THE GLASS. A HEAT PROOF PAPER SHALL BE INSERTED BETVEEN THE GLASS SURFACES OF THE TWO FACES. 972. SIGNS SHALL HAVE INSCRIPTIONS AS DESIGNATED GY THE Co n STRUCTI CiJ ENGINEER. THEY SHALL BE PROPERLY INSTt,LLED AND TO THE WIRING SYSTEM. 973. S HOP DRAWINGS.--FuLL SIZE SrlOP DRAWINGS QUINTUPLE SHALL BE FUSi ,lISHED COfvlPI.ETE FOR ALL THESE FiXTuRES NO BE DONE UPON SAME UNTIL DESIGNS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY T H E ;"i;CHITECT. 97f.: 'v'IORK LAhAPS ARE REQUIRED TO BE FURNISHED UNDER THIS CONTRACT. THE LAMP WILL BE FU RNISHED BY THE GO VERNMENT AND INSTALLED BY THIS CONTRACTOR_ 975-9 77 THE FURNISHING AND OF INTERI O R LI GHTIN [ F I X T U RES F0 '" ALL REM A I N I N G OUlL E T S W ILL B E CO V ERE D U[j DE R II SEPARATE C ONTRACT. R LS -134

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---------------AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. MECHAN I U L EQU IPf'JiGH 978. TH I S S L C T ION OF-THE SFEC! F !C?\T IOi\! !I\ICLUDlS THE PLUiJB Ii\JG SAN I Tf\RY Ai\JD i NAGE, YU.T I i'JG /i PPAi:::'ATUS t lND COf\JDlJ I T A N D v'; II NG SYSTGA. 979. K/i'jQ MJD C./U/\L1TY ')F MATERI AL, APPLIANCES AND FIXTURES FURNISHED MUST BE STRICT ACCOiW;\I\!CE WITH THE SPECIFIC/\TION REQ U I REMGJTS IN Ei;CH C., S [ Ar i D THE I TY i,ND GR.\DE. 980. ESPECI A L IS C ALLED Tu THE FACT W ITHIN 90 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF RECEIPT OF NOTI C E TO PR OCEED, TflE CONTRACTOR MUST SUBMIT FO R APPROV A L A COMFLETE LI ST of THE MATERI A L THAT HE PROPOSES TO USE IN THE WORK (NO CONSIDE RA TION W I L BE GiVEN TO LISTS SUBMITTED TIME TO TIME), GIVING THE OF AND ALSO, WHEN SO RE Q UIRED PROPER IDENTIFICATION, ThE TRADE OR CAT ALOGUE NUMBER: CATALOGUE No. O R i\i1A TER I ;\L ..1E OF fil,\NUF AC TUR EK TRADE NAME .------PLUMB I NG F I XTUiH:S_______.. ____.___. ELECT R IC WA TER COO LERS & DRI NKING FOUNTAIN._------------------------. I ND I REeT HE ,\ TER_________ PRESSURE RED U CING V ALVE ON TF: R Su i ; I'JL "-____. ___________________ ---_.._-----NOI-JCON OUCT 1NC Iij C ; PLUMB I NG ---_._---------_.. ."---DUivi P---. ---------_._ BRf\SS F I PE.____ 8 0 1 L [f-, TUBE I," S ----,---_ ..-----------_._-1i'.'AL L TO S ---------_. ._CONCEP,LED 1!\1"OI(S_______ ____.__.._._ NON-CONDUCTING COVERING HEATING I
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----------------ST. /\UGUSTIN[, FLA., i).O. AND CU.fl ._-_.----'---'--'._-_. .__..__.__._-_._'------, CA TALUGUE No. OR rM\ TER I .\L NAME OF T R/\DE NIl.ME .__.__.---Vi I R[ /,N D c,,[3 L E__._ ._---._-------KECEP T .:,C L [S FLLJ S H S\tJl TCHE S ___.___._____..___.__________.._____ CLOCK SYSTEM .___.____ __.__ COVERED (GIVE M AKE) 981, IN THE EVENT THE F t\ ILS T C COiv;PLY ,/,'ITH r\NY (IF THE R E'::'Ulr,ElvlEIIJTS o r THE PI,ECEDING r'':.R,\GRAP H S RELATIVE TO iVI:ITEf\IAL, i\prLI .I,I'JC:::S A.ND F I XTUf,E5 1.[.--(1) FAIL S TO SUDMIT FOR APPROVAL W ITHIN 90 DAYS AFTER THE D ATE O F OF NO TI C E T u PROCEED, THE LIST OF ;d[OLI ANCES ETC., I IJ ACCORDANCE {;ITII THl ABOVE SCH ErJU LE: (2) ';'JAMCS MAT[F USf."D IN THIS IS T ) 3E UNDE i{S T .).'D ..'IS T e T HE J F REFUTATI ; l N IN THE Ivli\IIJUF ,\CTLi ;;:r. '):: EARTHENWi\f<[ WH' j ,';,SS E, '"GLlS i' HF. PLUMS I NG ')UTF ITS FROM PRODUCTS OW N uR 0 THE RS TH[ F '),.' ,J';C)DUC T S IN \:H I CH /\RE NCT r,;"i'JUF,,CTUi'(ED [W THEM. 983. INSPE CTI ON AND TESTS. --No SHOP FINAL IN SPECTI 0 N TEST WILL GE W,DE EXCEr' T U P.: N F,j" f\JI/, L T 1 THE P"oCur, EMENT DIVISI PUBLIC W R K S B RANCH TH[ CC'NTrJII '!!ILl BE GIVEN -;' 0 NOTICES RlS -136

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ST. FLA., F.O. Af\;[) eLl.H. FROM SUBCONTRACTORS. SHOULD ANY INSPECTION OR TE S T NOT BE BEGUN, THROUGH NO FAULT OF THE CONTRAC TO R WITHIN 10 DAYS OF RECEIPT OF NOTICE BY THE PROCUREMENT DIVI S ION, PUBLIC WORKS B RAN CH, ALLOWANCE WILL BE MA DE AS PROVIDED BY THE THE COI'JTRACTOR MUST FURi'J I SH /\LL NECES SARY L,\BOR FUEL AND APPLIANCES (SUCH AS SMOKE MACHINE, MERCURY GAUG E A I R PUMP, BOILER MAKERS' FORCE PUMP FOR BOILER TEST, [lC.) FOR THE TESTS A N D MUST MEET /I L L EXPE.NSES OF SA I D TEST::', EXCEPT THOSE OF THE DEPAi{HiENT' s INSPEC TO :<, VI -lEN HI:':. C',SE DOE S ; 'WT CO:vlE UNDE R THE OF THE 985. SHOULD IN SPECTiON OR TEST B E DELAYED UPON AkRIVAL OF THE INSPECTOR OR KEQUIRE REPETITI ON FO R WHICH THE IS RESPONSIOLE, THE' COS T OF D[L_,\YED Df".; :CU3S[cUCNT i'd'JD n:STS, INCLUDING SALARY OF THE AND HiS r r AVELING AND OTHER EXPENSES, SH;\LL BE AT THf: EXPEi,!SE OF H-i!:: COiHf\,\CTur: AND 8E DEDUCTE D FROi' ,i ANY fAONEY Due H I [vi UF'ON THE CONT!, : ,'_:T. 986. UPOf,! T I F i LUiviCING ,G ;,S ;'IPING, ELECT R !C CONDUIT AND I N I R ING SYSTEiviS, AN D H E.\T I ,\['Pr,;-!r.TUS. THE CONTF:ACT O f, SHrILL GIVE \i,R I TTF.N NOT I CE Tel THE F'ROCUi\EiViEi'JT DI VI SI eN, F\JBL I C WO f\ KS THROU G H THE ENGI NEE R OF HIS IN SP ECTI O N AN D TEST S SPECIFIED TO J E B Y THE INSPECTOR DLTAILED BY THE P ROCIJ [ : EM[NT 0 I J I S I ON P UBL I C i I ORi<: S Bf-:;\j'JCH. 987. IF THESE TESTS SHOh T HA T THE. ,-',fU RK IS IN ,'\NY 'N;\Y DEFECTIVE 01\ [I T V;; R.I Vi'l TH THE Sf)EC I F I C ,\T I fU:C;' U I RE iviENTS Tf--'E ;1,jUST liviIVi EDI /\ Tf:: LY I,LL CH, : d'JGES TO CO ;,R ECT THE. S i dv1[ AN D REMEDY ALL DEFECTS T O THE o f THE DIVISION, PUBLIC \"(')kKS B;',:d'JCH. IN THE EVENT TH E DOF.5 N i T WITHI I ) A R Ei\SOi'J ABLE T I ME ALL DEFCCT S ",jAKE ALL CHANGES O[M, \ I'jDED E3'{ THE PROC'J R EiJ1E:NT PUBLIC \ i iOR KS BFji::'':A I i 'J, LlOTT')M O F i, l i ,tU N, 0;{ SI D E .IF USING C ,WSSOVE n FITTING S .\5 I",\Y DE t I Ec:Uli:,ED flY 5r:WCTUr;.;".. AN D :)PE:-'ATING COND ITI ONS. ALL THE D IFF ER EN T PIPES, V ALVES FITTINGS, ETC., SHALL Be: KErT A SUFFICIEN T F inM UiHEf, \'VURK T O fEin,, : IT FINISHED N O T LESS T HAN 1/2 I \JCH rK ) I'A SUC H :HHER AND LESS Ti-H\N 1/2 INCH BETWEEN F I NIS HED O N THE DIFFERENT SERVICES, H ANGE RS MUST DE SPACED N J T 10 FEET APAR T ALL AND THOS E I N DIFFERENT S E RVI CE LINES RUN N ING OTHE R AND NEAR TOG[THCF MUST BE IN LINE E '.CH v THU A f'.)D T U THE LINES el F THE OUILDIi';G. AL.L FIN 1 SHEl: 3 1(,\:;5 ) If: :NG HUN o f SL,\n:, x, f'L(,STER. SH/ I LL B E SCI Ii/ I TH 1\),-'1 L[SS HI,\N 3/4 II'JCH N C'R i-/iOKE TH;,i'J J iIJ[ INCH CLEi\R S ? AC E ClEW/EEN Jr' [ f-'['JD O F SL." TE:, )R L iI S T E" ES -137

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SI". /\LJGUST I i\lE, FLA., f). O. CU. H O F NON-CONDUCTING COVERINGS.--THE MAY INSTA LL THt NON-CONDUCTING A T ANY TI M E HE OUT IF THE COVERINGS ARE INSTA LLED UEF JRE THE ETC., HAS cEEN TESTED A N O AND DEFECTS A T THE TIME o f TEST S THE MUST DE REMOVED, D EFECTS AND C OVE R INGS SATISF A CT C R ILY REINSTnLLEJ EXP ENSE T J TH: -138R ES

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ST. AUGU$TINE, FUi" P.O. ,\ND CU.H. 990. 'IND JOINTS IN PIPING AND CONNECTI ONS TO FIXTURES SHALL BE MAtE AS FOR PIPE OR FIXTURE IN QUESTION. No THREADS SHALL BE ON FINISHED BRASS WASTE PIPE 991 GUhRhl 'HIES.--ALL WORK UNDER THE MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT SECTION OF THIS SHALL BE GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT UNDER THIS CONTRACT AND ANY SPECIAL SUBSEQUENTLY MENTIONED fN THE SPECIFICATION SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THIS UNLESS OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY AGREED IN WRITING BY THE PARTIES WHEREVER WORK, REPAIRS OR CHANGES ARE REQUIRED UNDER ANY GUARANTY, BY THIS CONTRhCT, THIS CONTRACTOR, WHENEVER NOTIFIED BY THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH WHOSE DECISION IN ALL CASES SHt.LL BE FINAL, MUST IMMEDIATELY (I) PLACE IN SATISFACTORY CONDITION IN EVERY PARTICULAR ANY OF SUCH GUARANTEED WORK, AND (2) MAKE GOOD ALL DAMAGE TO THE BUILDING OR GROUNDS, OR THE EQUIPMENT OR CONTENTS THEREOF, IF SUCH UNSATISFACTORY CONDITION OR DAMAGE DEVELOPS WITHIN THE PERIOD STIPULATED BY THE GUARANTY AND IS DUE TO THE USE OF MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP WHICH IS INFERIOR, DEFECTIVE, OR NOT IN ACCORDANCE THIS CONTRACT, AND MUST MAKE GOOD ANY WORK OR MATERIALS, OR THE EQUIPMENT AND CONTENTS OF SAID BUILDING OR GROUNDS, WHICH IS DISTURBED IN FULFILLING ANY SUCH GUARANTY. IN ANY CASE WHERE, IN FULFILLING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS CONTRACT OR OF ANY GUARANTY, EMBRACED IN OR THEREBY, THIS CONTRACTOR DISTURBS ANY WORK GUARANTEED UNDER ANOTHER CONTRACT, HE MUST RESTORE SUCH DISTURBED WORK TO A CONDITION ShTISFACTORY TO THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH AND GUARANTEE SUCH RESTORED WORK TO THE SAME EXTENT AS IT WAS GUARANTEED UNDER SUCH OTHER CONTRACTS. UPON THE CONTRACTOR'S SO TO PROCEED PROMPTLY TO COMPLY WITH THE TERMS OF ANY GUARANTY UNDER THIS CONTRACT OR $TILL RUNNING UPON WORK ORIGINALLY EXECUTED BY OTHER THE UNITED STATES, ACTING THROUGH ITS DULY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES, MAY (I) EITHER HAVE SUCH WORK PERFORMED AS THE PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH DEEMS NECESSARY TO FULFILL SUCH GUARANTIES OR (2) ALLOW SUCH DAMAGED OR DEFECTIVE WORK OR PORTION OF THE BUILDING OR GROUNDS OR CONTENTS OR EQUIPMENT OF THE BUILDING, OR WORK DISTURBED IN FuiFILLING GUARANTIES, OR GUARANTEED WORKs WHICH SHOWS SUCH A CONDITION AS TO MAKE ANY SUCH GUARANTY OPERATIVE, TO REMAIN IN SUCH UNSATISFACTORY CONDITION: PROVIDED THAT IN EITHER EVENT THE CONTRicTOR SHALL PROMPTLY PAY TO THE UNITED STATES SUCH SUMS AS WERE (IN THE FIRST INSTANCE) EXPENDED SO TO FULFILL SUCH GUhRANTY, OK AS IT WOULD HAVE BEEN (IN THE SECOND INSTANCE) NECESShRYTO EXPEND TO FULFILL SUCH GUARANTY. USUAL WEAR AND TEAR AND THE RESULTS OF ACCIDENTS NOT CHARGEABLE TO THE CONTRACTOR OR HIS AGENTS ARE EXPECTED FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS PARAGRAPH EVERYTHING DONE IN THE FULFILLMENT OF ANY GUARANTY MUST BE WITHOUT EXPENSE TO THE UNITED STATES. 992. FACTORY TEST OF PIPING.--FACTORY TEST OF PIPING SPECIFIED IN FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS HEREINAFTER REFERRtD TO, ARE HEREBY WAIVED AND CERTIFICATE THAT THE PIPE HAS WITHSTOOD THE TESTS WILL NOT BE REQUIRED 993. FOR SECURING PIPE HANGERS, ETC, TO CONCRETE FLOOR CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE OF CAST IRON OR STEEL AND MUST BE OF A DESIGN WHICH WILL PERMIT USE OF THE FULL STRENGTH OF THE BOLT THEY MUST PERMIT OF BOLT IN ONE DIRECTION AND MUST ALSO PERMIT REMOVAL OR INSERTION OF BOLT OR NUT AFTER INSTALLATION OF THE INSERT PLC -139"

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ST ilUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. ,\ND CU.H. 994. MOTORS ARE TO BE OF THE INDUCTION TYPE WITH ROTATING THEY ARE TO BE SINGLE OR TWO SPEED SQUIRREL CAGE, OR SLIP RING/AS SPECIFIED UNDER THE RESPECT I V E MOTORS. IF NOT SPECIFIED OTHERWISE, MOTORS WITH SINGLE SPEED SQUIRREL CAGE ROTORS ARE TO BE FURNISHED. Two SPEED MOTORS MUST HAVE TWO SEPARATELY, WOUND AND INSULATED WINDINGS. UNLESS OTHERWISE HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED, MOTORS ARE TO BE WOUND FOR 230 VOLTS 3 PHASE 60 CYCLE ALTERNATING OURRENT,EXCE?T MOTORS CONNECTED TO THE LIGHTING SYSTEM ARE TO BE WOUND FOR 115 VOLTS, SINGLE PHASE, 60 CYCLE ALTERNATING ALL MOTORS MUST BE CAPABLE OF CONTINUOUS OPERATION AT FULL CAPACITY WITH A RISE OF TEMPERATURE NOT EXCEEDING 40 DEGREES (40 DEGREES CENTIGRADE) ON OPEN MOTORS AND NOT OVER 55 DEGREES (55 DEGREES CENTIGRADE) FOR FULLY ENCLOSED MOJOR. 995. ALL MOTORS MUST HAVE SUFFICIENT CAPACITY TO START AND OPERATE THE MACHINE OR IT DRIVES AT ANY SPEED SPECIFIED. v 996. ALL SQUIRREL CAGE MOTORS MUST BE SUITABLE FOR ACROSS THE LINE STARTING ON ALL SPEEDS. 997. rvloTORS MUST BE OF ST ANDARD GENERhL PURPOSE TYPE UNLESS OTHERW ISE SPEC'IFIED THE DESIGN OF FRAMES, END BRhCKETS, ETC., MUST BE SUCH AS TO INSURE PERFECT ALIGNMENT OF BEARINGS AND TO MINIMIZE VIBRhTION. THE BEARINGS MUST BE OF AMPLE SIZE, WITH CONTINUOUS, AUTOMATIC OILING DEVICES. BEARINGS AND OIL RESERVOIRS rliiUST BE DESIGNED SO AS TO BE VIRTUALLY DUST TIGHT. THE OILING ARRANGEMENT MUST BE SUCH AS TO MINIMIZE THE POSSIBILITY OF OIL GETTING INTO THE MOTOR. BELT OR CHAIN CONNECTED MOTORS MUST HAVE ADJUSTABLE BASES. 998. THE INSULf.T ION RES ISTANCE 8EHJEEN STATOR CONDUCTORS ANi) FRAfJlES OF MOTORS MUST BE NOT LESS THAN I MEGOHM AND THE INSULATION OF STATORS MUS T BE OF WITHSTANDING A BREAK-DOWN TEST OF TWICE THE NORMAL PLUS 1000 VOLTS ALTERNATING CURRENT FOR I MINUTE SQUIRREL CAGE RCTORS MUST HAVE THE BARS PERMANENTLY CONNECTED TO THE END RINGS. ALL DEThlLS OF CONSTRUCTION OR PERFORMANCE NOT DEFINITELY SPECIFIED SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ,THE LATEST OF THE II.: E. E. hi' iD N. E. M. {,. 999. MOTORS AFIE TO 3E PF; IMED AND PAINTED :.T LEAST ONE COhT AT SHOi" AFTER INSTALLhTION THEY TO BE PAINTED hS HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED TO MATCH THE DRIVEN MACHINES. 1000. No SHOP TESTS OF MOTORS WILL BE REQUIRED BUT THE HEhTING EFFECT, INSULATION kESISTANCE AND GENERAL OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS WILL 3E DETE RMINED AT THE S UILDING AT TIME OF FINAL INSPECTION. 1001. I viCTOR ST"RTERS, GENERIiLLY.--EACH MOTOR MUST BE PROVIDED V JITH A FULLY ENCLOSED ; .iOTOE SThi,TEFi OF PROPER DESIGN TO MEET THESPEC!t,L OF THE MOTOR. WHEN STARTING AREA PART OF THE APPhRATUS THE CASES ENCLOSING SAME MUST BE PROPERLY VENTILATED 1002. SHf; TEr.S l.fiE TO BE Ai,RANGI;:D FOR FLOOR, OR WALL MpUNTING AS REQUIi ;ED BY THE LOC"TIONS OF AND Il/jUST:JE COMPLETE WITH ,;LL NECESSARY hNGLE OR PIPE LEG SUPPORTS, ETC ALL ENCLOSING CASES ARE TO BE OF IRON OR STEEL WITH SUITABLE HINGED DOORS ARRANGED FOE PADLOCKING. MUST BE OF A DESIGN WHICH WILL ALLO W EASY ACCESS TO CONNECTIONS, ETC., FOR REPLACEMENT C R REPAIR. 1003 IN CONNECTI O N WITH EACH STARTER AND M OUNTED WITH, O R ADJACENT TO SAME, FUf4NISH A FULLY ENCLOSED, EXTERNhLLY O PERATED, MAIN LINE, FUSED SWITCH OR AN AIR CIRCUIT B REAKER OF CAPACITY. SWITCHES Oi CIRCUIT-BREAKERS MUST HAVE A SEPARATE POLE OR BLADE EACH MAIN WIRE. -140PLC

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ST. ,,\UGUST IFLI\" P.O. '"iND CU.H. 1004. EXCEPT FOR SMAll SINGLE PHASE STARTERS MUST PROVIDE OVERLOAD AND UNDERVOlTAGE PROTECTION. STARTERS MUST BE EQUtPPED WITH SUITABLE RESET DEVICES FOR RESETTING SAME SHOULD SAFETY DEVICES OPERATE. 1005. IN GENERAL, AND UNLESS OTHERWISE HEREINAFTER S?ECIFIED, All MOTOR STARTERS ARE TO BE OF THE MAGNETICAllY OPERATED TYPE CONTROllED BY PUSH BUTTONS, SWITCHES, PRESSURE SWITCHES, THERMOSTATS, ETC., AS REQUIRED BY THE PARTICULAR SERVICE. MANUAllY O?ERATED STARTERS ARE TO BE USED ONLY WHERE HEREINAFTER SPECIFICAllY CAllED FOR 1006. IN GENERAL, All MOTORS OVER FIVE HORSEPOWER ARE TO BE PROVIDED WITH REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTING EQUIRMENT WITH TIME liMIT ACCELERATION. UNLESS OTHERWISE HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED, RESISTANCE TYPE STARTERS FOR SQUIF;REl GlGE MOTORS AND SECONDARY RESISTANCE TY?E STARTERS FOR SLIP RING MOTORS Will BE ACCEPTABLE AS REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTERS 1007. THE l OCAL ELECTRIC COMPANY PERMITS, SQUIRREL CAGE NbT OVER 30 HOR3EPOWER D R IVING ROTATING MACHINES, SUCH AS FANS, CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, ETC., MAY HAVE FUll VOLTAGE STARTING EQUIPMENT PROVIDED THAT IN CASES WHERE IT IS PROPOSED TO USE FUll VJlTAGE STARTING EQUIPMENT F O R MOTORS OVER 5 HORSEPJDER, THE CONTRACTOR MUST FURNISH THE DIRECTOR, PROCUREMENT DIVISION, PUBLIC BRANCH, THE C2NSTRUCTION ENGINEER, WITH A STATEMENT SIGNED BY A RESPONSIBLE OF THE. ELECTRIC COMPANY THAT THE USE OF SUCH MOTORS Will BE PERMITTED. FUll VOLTAGE STARTING EQUIPMENT Will NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR MOTORS OVER 5 HORSEPOWER DRIVING RECIPROCATING MACHINES SUCH AS COMPRESSORS, RECIPROCATING PUMPS, ETC. 1 008. t,ll il/IOTORS 5 HOR3EPOWER AND UNDER ARE TO HAVE FUll VOLT ;,.GE STARTING 1009. IN ;,ll C;.SES, WHERE c llOT DEVICES CONTROlll ,\lG MOTOHS fIRE OF CAPACITY, THEY MAY 8E USED TO CONNECT THE MOTOR DIRECTLY TO THE liNE 1010. SPEED CONTROL iv1UST BE ?ROVIDED ON CONi\lECTION WITH STARTERS WHEREVER SPECIFIED. 101 I. STARTERS PUSH BUTTONS ARE TO BE lOCATED WHERE SHOWN OR WHERE NOT SHOWN, IN h POSITION WflERE THE MOTOR Will BE VISIBLE FROM ITS STARTER AND ?USH S UTTONS. 1012. ETC, GENERl,LLY--ELECTRIC FEEDERS Will BE BROUGHT TO POINTS EACH MACHINE UNDER THE CONDUIT hND WIRING SECTION OF THIS t\ll ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS F ROM E 'NDS OF FEEDEHS (OR MAIN SWITCH WHERE ARE UNDER CONDUIT AND WIRING) TO STARTERS, PUSH BUTTONS, ETC., MUST BE MADE COMPLETE BY THIS CONTRACTOR. 1013. nll VlI RES GENERt,llY ARE TO BE R'JN IN ,"GID STEEL CONDUITS TEI,MINATING IN CONDUIT FITTINGS, OR IN FLEXIBLE STEEL CONDUIT WI RES TO SE RUBBER COVERED AND MUST BE OF SUCH S I Z.E THAT THE fviAX I;v1UM CUFiFiENT C{,f,['\ I ED Will NOT EXCEED THE liM ITS ?r,ESCR'1 BED BY THE CODE. No EXCEPT TO PUSH BUTTONS WHERE No. 14 MAY BE USED, A n E TO 8E Slvi/.llER THAN No. 12. WI r':;ES No. 8 AND lAi,GEH MUST BE 1014. MhTERIAlS AND WORKMANSHIP TO BE FI RST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND IN WITH THE CONDUIT AND WiRING SECTION OF THIS SPECIFICATION. WIRING MUST HAVE AN INSULATION RESISTANCE OF AT lEAST ONE MEGOHM MUST BE FROM SHOkT CI R CUITS AND GROUNDS PlC -141

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. I P.O. Cli.H. PL. U ivlG I ['1 G I 0 I 5 S COP E 0 F I ,'J (I Ri< --THIS PO R T ION 0 F THE S P E C I F I C ATION INCLUDES THE INSTALLATI O N OF THE SANITARY, AND ROOF DRAINAGE. I 0 I 6. il E F En nJ C E S I :\j T HIS SEC T ION 0 F THE S P E C I F I CAT I 0 [\J T O P AG E S P A A G RAPHS, FIG U RES, c:: TC., H E A N PA C; E S 9 PARA.;. G RAPHS, ETC.? T H E FEDEF{AL FOR PLU r;:J 1FIXTURES [JO. 'i'/ !-P-54I ::VHICH riEFEREf 'JCES A PART OF THIS SPECIFICATION "fJDA COpy OF WHICH ( :AY B E SECURED ON APPLICATION TO THE ASSISTANT JIRECTOR OF PROCURErJ1U :T, P U BLICW.o (\I TED 0 [-'\ U 1 1 C 0 ATE D PIP E MAY 0 E USE D ( PIP E .r.. 1 1 D FIT T I G S !.'j I THO R \ 1 I THO U T THE LEA D G ROO V E "'J ILL 3 E A C C E P T ;, B L :::: ) PIPES THAN 8 INCHES DIAMETER SHALL BE hEAVY O F UEI GHT.CORRESPONDING TO THOSE FOR SivIAl.lEr1 SIZE;.)) GIVEN IN THE FEDERAL SPECIFICATION W i-P-t101_ 10 I8. ALL C H A G E S 1!'oJ PIP E S I Z E S() I L, \'J A S T E, A tJ D DRAIN LINES BE !v1 ,l,DE Vi ITH RED UCING FITTltlGS OR RECESSED Y -FITT I rJ G S HID 1/8 0 R 1 / 1 6 ::J UJ D S 0 R COMBINATION Y AND 1/8 8 [N D S S !.; (, L L 8 E USE j) IV I I ERE PO S S I J L E I '0 I 0 SA i 1IT!, R Y L 0 1 1 G SVi E E peE N D SAND TEE S !Vi Aye E U S E j) FOR CONNECTIONS O F BRA N CH LIN E S TO FIXTURES ONVEr-nICAL P,UNS OF PIPE. 1020. J O INTS BE T WEEN CAST-IRON PIPE SHALL BE MADE WITH A PICKED OAKU M GASKET AND PIG LEAD; JOINT SHALL BE RUN FULL AT ONE POURING fiND CAULKED SOLID? FLUSH U ITH THE HUB. 1021. J 0 I N T S B [ T W E EI-! CAS T -I R 0 1J PIP E AND '.HW UGH T -I R (> N ST EEL O R BRASS PIPES SHhLL DE MADE SAME A S THE END 0 r S C R E rJ J 0 I NT ED PIP E S H AL L H;, V EAR I (1!'\ PAR T 0 F A COUPLING SCREWED TO FORM A SPIGOT e ND. 1022. CONNECTIONS LEAD D RO U GHT STEEL OR CAST-IRON PIPE SHALL B E M ADE I, I ITH GRASS FITTJiJGS Ai,ID rJlPED JOINTS. 1023. J01NTSJETUE E N CAST-IRON AND V ITRIFIED-CLAY SHALL BE I'I .ITH PICKED CA K UM GASKET AND PORTL A NnCEMENT MORTAR MIXED IN PROPORTION I PART CE ME NT AND I PART CLEAN, SHARP SAND, FI LLED FULL DEPTH AND TRO V ELED TOA GMOOTH B EVEL AROUND SOCKET OF PIPE. 102 .1:. I N LIE U 0 FE;; T R A H E A V Y C t, S T -I RON PIP E 9 THE S E \'} E R 8 E T Vi E E 1 \ 1 THE LOT L'I NEAtJD THE CIT Y S E '.iJ E R MAY P, E CLAY SEI'JER PIPE, IF THE ELECTS AND PROVIDED EG -142

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ST. AUGUSTINE:, FLA.) P.O. Arm Q'j.H. THE CITY REGULATIONS PERMIT. IF CLAY SEWER PIPE is USED IT SHALL BE LAID Ifl THE ::JICTATED E3Y THE CITY. 1025. CLAY PIPE, FITTINGS AND CONNECTIONS.-ONLY PIPE SO f'-!OTED ON DRAWINGS OR SPECIFIED ABOVE SHALL D E ClFY PIPE AND ALL SUCH PIPE SHAL L BE IN ACCORDANCE I"IITH FEDrc:RAL SPECIFICATION i'Jo. SS-P-361. EITHER STANDARD SOCKET OR DEEP AND SOCKET PIPE WILL BE ACCEPTABLE. 1026. Y -F I TT I tl GSA!m I /8 0 R I /1 6 8 END S SHALL DE USED WHERE FOSSI8LE. 1027. VIT R IFIED CLAY PIP: SHALL BE MADE PICKED OAKUM GASKET AND CEMENT MORTA R IN PROPORTICN OF 1 PART PORTLAND CEMENT AND 1 PART CLEAN SHhRP SAND, FI LlED FULL DEPTH AND TRO I'/SLED TO A %10CTH BE VEL A 0 U N D SOC K E TOR PIP E; E A C H LEN GTHO F PIP E AFT E R 8 E I N G FIr. til L Y SET I t,1 PLAC E S HAL L GEM 0 P P E D 0 UTI NORD E R THAT NO ivlORTAR I.JILL BE LEFT If.! EACH JOINT SHrILL B E 0 F IJ [I I FOR i.1 T H I C K N E S SAT A L L POI T S 1028. WHEN MA NHOLES ARE PLACED ON THER[ S H AL l H! 0 T L ESST HAN 5 F E I'.: T 0 FE>: T r A H C / V Y C;1 S T -I r. 0 N PIP E E A C H SID I'.: 0 F A f'l H 0 L E 0NTH E I t 1 LET SID E 0 F MAN H0 LET H I'.: I RON PIP E S H AL L UF.O;I E S I Z E LA R G ': i':: T i-l A THE C L)\ Y PIP E, S O T HAT T;"; E C II S T -I R 0 tl rl l.' B MAY R E C [I VET H E END OFT H E C LAY PIP E Go T T 0 f ; : 0 F T R E i C H E S SHAL L [3 E CUT T RUE TOGR I ;) E I f I T H SOC K E THO L ESPr. 0 P E :1 l Y CUT 0 CL PI Y PIP I'.: '.'.' ILL NOT 0 E T EST E D GUT f!, U S T iJOT B E C 0 V EO RED LJ tJ TIL I t S P E C i cD AND APPROV E D C Y TH E C O NSTRUCTION ENGINEER. 1020 EXS A'v'ATIUl A'fJD BACI-14 INCH ES 2 11 .218 II 6 11 .401 11 2 -1/2 .245 II 8 II .450 3 11 .269 Ie II .L1..:50 4 .306 It ES -1 43

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,ST. AUG U S TinE, FLA., F). o. AND cu.. H 1032. THREADS SHALL [JE TliE AklEHICAN STAtlDARlJ T/>,PER PIPE T-HREADS DESIGf\JATED AS ASA B-2. !J1I\KE-tJP 01'"1....,1/2 I tJ C H E S Afv1 D 2 I C H E S 1) I A fA E T E R S TOP [: f\ i, j I T EX PO SUR EOI'" r,J 0 T i-,lOFtE"fHAN FOUR AN!) A :HALF (1":1/2) THREADS;; 2-1/2 3 A r JD INCH (THREADS AND G liJCH D I A/ 1 E T t R S 5 T H REA D SEX PO SED 8 AND I 0 INC H D I A MET E R s, 6 THREADS EXPOSED. 103;). ALL PIP E ; : US T ;:: E :,1 AD E UPS0 T H A T E I G H T F U L l,. T H P. E ADS 0 F THE PIP EAR E I N : 1 E S H ',' 1 I T H T 4 E S A 1 1 c N U[,,1::; E p. 0 F THGEADS IN THE FITTING. ALL THRC:ADS SHALL 8E IN ,ACCORD1\ t! C E \'} I T H STAN DAR D T H REA D FOR PIP E A S G I V E fl I NTH E FED ERAL SPECIFICATION FOR PIPE: THREADS GGG-P-351. THE IRon SHALL BE [,;ELTED BY THE CUPOLA PF;QCESS --BY AIR ELECTRIC OR OTHER UETHOD, UNDER REGULAR CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL ITS H /, L L [,IE H I G H T t: S T CAS T I RON "j I THO UTA 1'-1 Y S ;, N DIN THE SURFACE AND SH A LL DE DENSE AND CLOSE GRAI NED, AND SHALL NOT 8 HARD, 8RITTLE"OR DIFFICULT TO C:;UT, THREAD ORrMACHINE. As PP,OVEN 3Y TEST SPECtl 'I ENS, THE SHALL HAVE A TRANSVERSE STRENGTH OF NOT LESS THAN 2000 POUNDS PER S QUA P. E I I J G H 1035. CAST IRON THREADED PIPE SHALL SE OF SUCH STRUCTURE AS TO BE CUT AND THREADED ANY POINT THE LEI1GT H OF THE UNIT BY H AND OR POWER TOOLS, AND I,LL T;1REf.,D SHALL SE SHARP !fIlTH SiC\ OOTH STRAIGHT SIDES. I 6. C ( S TI ji 0 N T11 R [ A D ED PIP E MAY [3 E FUR I ) ISH r:: DIN 5 F I J 0 T 0 8 C F ,) 0 T i,) IITS 9 0 R I r,1 U l TIP L EST HER E 0 F 9 I) I T H T H E !, D [ D E i J D S FOr. S C R E':'] E D FIT TI NG S ALL U N IT S 3 H r L L [3 [ T EST E:J t, T T H E i i ,1, [.; U F t, C T U R E R S r \'J 0 R K S TO A H Y;):i 0 S TAT I C PilESSUP.E O F :::iOO PEP. SQUARE 11JCH. 1037. FlTTlf\ :CS, ETC., FOR T HREADEj) SOlL 9 '.'!ASTE AND DRAIN FOR SOIL, \'1 A S TEA lID 800 F :) A I AG E PIP I N G A:3 0 VET Ii E DAS [/, 1 un FLOOR OR GROU N D SHrLL 8E CAST IRON 9 RECESSED AND 3ANDED, SCREWJ 0 I TED DR A I NAG E FIT T I I G S, F P. E E FRO ["I F I fcI S !, D [) U R p, S LON G T UP. r j FIT TIN G S SH :-. L L G [ USE!) \.1 H E r'( ESP ACE A r J DOT HER CO r-J DITIOtJS PERI l IT? AN!) THE CONSEnT OF THE GOV [ ?-N i;iEtn n E P P. ESE IJ T I T I V E S H /, L L G E 0 El T r, I NED 8 E FOil E ANY S H 0 R T R II DIU S FIT T I GSA REI S T {\ L L ED FIT TIN G S 01'] SOl L, 1:1 I S T c: t, ('J D R(I 0 F DR /, I (J ,\ G E PI'PIN G ''.l A Y G EGA L V A 1,'1 ZED. 0 R P L A II!, U NC0 ATE D .,i 0 UGH T IRON OR S T E [ L COUPLINGS i' ILL I JOT DE P [ R iii ITT ED. I 0;)8 FIT T I G S f., N D C 0 U P L 1 G S. 0 N V E T PIP E S i.4 A Y B E A S A 8 0 V ESP E C L FIE D FOR SOl LAN D 1:') /, S T E PIP I N G 0 R ; ,,1 A Y GEe A S T IRON O R M ALLEA3LE IRON AS DESIRED BY IRON FITTIN G S, USED, SHALL BE TYPE A IN ACCORDAnCE WITH FEDERAL No. DW-P-501 9 EITHER BLACK OR GALVANIZED. f'viALl..EABLE IF US[D? SHr,Ll BE I N A C COli D MJ C E I V I T H F D ERA L S P !: G I F I C I, T I 0 o. \IN! -P -;)2 I AND MUST 3E GALVANIZED 1039. VENT PIPES CONNeCT IN CHASES OR C THE R R, EST RIC TeD L 0 CAT I 0 S, S P E C I A L U P RIG H T 11 Y" 3 n i'I C H E S rJ(,Y 8E USED. EG -I L14

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ST. AUGUST I NE, FLA .. P.O. AND CrJ.H. 1040. IN SIZES OF SOIL, WASTE AND DRAIN PIPE SHALL BE MADE WITH REDUCING FITTINGS OR TAPERED INCREAsES NOT LESS THAN 9 INCHES LONG. 1041. CHANGES IN piPE SIZES ON VENT piPES Si-l,.LLBE MADE WITH REDUCING FITTINGS OR FITTINGS BUSHED IN THE SAND. 1042. JOINTS BETWEEN BRASS PIPES AND WROUGHT IRON, STEEL OR CAST IRON THREADED PIPES SHALL BE SCREW JOINTS. ENDS OF ALL PIPE SHALL BE REAMED OUT BEFORE BEING MADE UP INTO FITTINGS. 1 043. SCREW JOINTS SHALL BE [!lADE WITH A LUBRICANT APPLIED ON THE [ ",ALE THREAD ONLY, THREADS SHALL BE FULL CUT AND NOt MORE THt,r..; THREE THREADS ON THE PIPE SHALL REMA I N EXPOSED. ScREW JOINTS SHALL BE MADE METAL TO METAL AND THE CAULKING OF SCREW JOINTS TO STOP OR PREVENT LEAKS WILL NOT BE PER M ITTED. 1044. THE USE OF LONG SCREWS AND BUSHINGS (EXCEPT BUSHI NGS CAST IN THE SAND FOR VENT PIPES) IS PROHIBITED. 1045. INHERE A UNION CONNECTION IS SHOWN OR SPECIFIED ON ANY PIPE 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER OR SMALLER, SAME SHALL BE PATTERN ALL BRASS, WITH GROUND JOINT AND BOTH SCREW ENDS HEXAG O NAL OR OCTAGON:,L. WHERE NOT SHOWN NOR SPEC I F I ED, BUT RE" QUIRED FOR ERECTION PURPOSES, RIGHT AND LEFT COUPLINGS MAY BE USED. 1 046. VJHERE A UNION CONNECTION IS USED ON SOIL, WASTE, VENT, OR DRt,IN PIPING 2-1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER OR LARGER, A TUCKER CONNECTION OR FLANGE UNION SHALL BE USED. GASKETS ON FLANGE UNIONS SHALL BE BEST QUALITY RUBBER 1/1 6 INCH THICK. 1047. S0iL WASTE, 'lENT MJD DRAIN PIPING.--SOIL s WASTE, VENT DRAIN MUST 2E OF THE SIZE NOTED AND RUN AS INDICATED O N THE DRAWINGS. PIPES BELOW BASEMENt FLOOR AND GROUND BE RUN AT GRADES NOTED. SOIL AND WASTE PIPES ABOV.E 8ASE:"iENT FLOOR OR GROUND SH,\LL BE GIVEN tl GR{IDE OF 1/4 INCH PER FOOT WHERE POSSIBLE, E XCEPT WHERE PIPE WOULD REDUCE HEAD ROO M MATERIALLY. IN SUCH CASES THE G RADE SHALL BE REDUCED TO NOT LESS THAN 1/10 INCH PER FOOT IF SO DIRECTED BY THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER. THE SOIL AND WASTE PIPES SO SHOWN AND NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS SHALL BE EXTENDED AS VENT PIPES TO ABOVE THE ROOF LINE AND PROJECT ABOVE ROOF LINE NOT LESS tHAN 12. INCHES NOH MORE THAN 18 INCHES. ':JHER E SO NOTED OR INDICATED ON THE DRMJ I NGS T W O OR 1JORE VENT PI Pr;S S 'HAL I. BE CONNECTED TOGETHEi; i tm r.s ONE p., Pt.. IONS OF vErn PI SHALL BE MADE IN ROOF SPACE OR AT LEAST 4 FEET ABOVE ON WHICH THE FI XTURE VENTED IS LOCATED SO AS TO PREVENT THE USE OF AN Y VENT LINE AS A ry ASTE. 1048 I N ROOF OR An I C SPACES WHERE WA LKS OR ,PASSAGEWAYS ARE PROVIDED, VENT PIPES SHALL BE RUN AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO UNDER SIDE OF ROOF WITH A GRADE DOW N TO THE VERTICAL STACKS. NECESSARY FITTINGS MUST BE USED TO ACCOMPLISH THIS RESULT IN ORDER TO P RESERVE HEADROOM. 1 049. THE DRAIN PIPES FROM OUTLET OF CATCH BASIN IN DRIVEWAY IS INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION OF THE S PECIFICATION AND SHALL BE INSTALLED AS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS. THE AND THE IIvih'i EDIATE PIPE CONNECTION TO OUTSIDE OF SI\f.,1E IS NOT INCLUDED IN THI S SECTION OF THE EG -1 45

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 1050. THE DRAIN PIPES FROlv ) BMEOF DOWNSPOUTS, ETC., ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION OF THE SPECIFICATION AND SHALL BE INSTALLED AS FURNISH AND INSTALL DOWNSPOUT BOOTS WITH CLEANOUTS AS SHOWN IN SCALE DRAWINGS FOR ALL SHEET METAL DOWNSPOUTS. \ '1051. OPEN SE.'NEH (SEE DETA IL No. 12 ; 'i1 SCELLkNEOUS D RAWING No. 305-1).-OPEN SEWER,fAANHOLES SHALL BE INSTALLED ON OUTSIDE OF BUILDING WHERE INDICATED OR NOTED ON SCALE THEY SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH A HEAVY CAST IRON CURB AND SOLID COVER AS SHOWN IN 1052. BR ICKWCRK, C ONCRETE, ETC., Fm i:1ANHOLES.--t\ANHOLES SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF EITHE R BRICK OR CONCRETE AS BY CONTRACTOR. ALL CEt,.IE NT, SAND, CONCRETE, ETC. s SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED UNDER THE CONSTRUCTION SECTION OF THIS SPECIFICATION. 1053. BRICK SHALL 8E CLASS H LAID IN CLASS B WITH A BOND EVERY SIXTH COURSE O R ALL HEADER COURSES AS DESI RED BY THE CONTRACTOR. ALL JOINTS SHALL BE STRUCK FLUSH. 1054. CONCRETE SHALL BE CLASS A WITH 3/4 INCH AGGREGATE. r \ 'lA NHOLES MUST BE FINI.SHED SiJlOOTH INSIDE. 1055. BOTTOMS OF MANHOLES SHALL 8E FINISHED WITH AND OPEN SEWER MANHOLES HAVE AN OPEN GUTTER CAREFULLY FORM ED IN THE BOTTOM INLET AND OUTLET. 1056 ALL OVER 4 FEET DEEP MUST HAVE LADDERS AS IN DETAIL. 1057. CLEANOUTS ON PIPE.--RODDING HOLES SHALL 3E INSTALLED ON CAST-IRON PIPE BASEMENT FLOOR OR l:iHECiE SHO'!N O N DRAW I NGS. SEE DETA I L No. 10, [I'll SCELLAI4EOUS NG No. 305-1. 10 58. WHEN SOIL, OR ROOF DRAINAGE LINES CONNECTING TO AN UNDERG ROUND SEWER OR DRAIN PASS OUT OF BUILDING ABOVE THE BASEMENT FLOOR THE FITTING AT THE BASE OF THE DROP SHALL BE A HUB-AND-SPIGOT SANITARY T WfTH A BRASS CAULKING FERRULE AND A CAST BRASS TRAP SCREW IN HUB ON RUN OF THE FITTING. 105 9 WHEN CLEANOUTS OCCUR ON CONCEALED PIPES IN FINISHED ROOM S PROVIDE A POLISHED NICKEL PLATED BRASS (SEE PARAGRAPH E-10 9 E-/ON AND FIG. 71). 1060. CLEANOUT PLUGS ON XREW JOINTED PIPIN G (SEE PfiRAGRAPH E-ION AND FIG. 7/) SHALL BE FITTED IN EACH VERTiCiL SOIL, VENT AND WASTE PIPE (EXCEPT SUCH PIPES AS OCCUR IN INCLOSURE on BEHIND URfNAL) JUST ABOVE BASEMENT FLOOR OR FLOOR OF LOO KOUT, SIMILAR CLEANOUT PLUGS SHALL BE PLACED AT BASE OF ALL INTERIOR DOWNSPOUTS (EXCEPT SUCH A S OCCUR IN SHOWER-BATH INCLOSURE OR BEHIND A URINAL) WHICH CONNECT TO A DRAINAGE SYSTEM BELOW GROUND OR UNDER BA$E iJ.ENT FLOOR. INHEN OCCUR ON CONCEALED PIPES IN FINISHED ROO M S PROVIDE A NICKEL PLATED BRASS GeVER AS SHOWN. 1061. SCREWED CAST-BRASS PLUGS SAH E SllE,.AS PIPESHALL BE FITTED FOR CLEANOUTS ON P I PES ABOVE GROUND OR ABOVE SASEf'lENT FLOOR \V HERE SHOWN OR ON DRAWl NGS. EG -1 46

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H 1062. TRAPS.--Rur-.,NING TRAPS, S TRAPS OR P TRAPS? AS INDICATED OR NOTED, SHALL BE PLACED ON WASTES FROM DRINKING FOUNTAINS, ON VIASTES FROfd SHOWER-BATHS, ON WASTES FROlvl UR I NALS, AND AT ( ,THER POINTS INDICATED ON DRf,WINGS. TRAPS SHALL GE EXTRA HEAVY CAST-IRON HUB-AND-SPIGOT PATTERN WHEN CONNECTED TO CAST-IRON PIPING, AND RECESSED, SCREW JOINTED, WHEN CONNECTED TO WROUGHTIRON OR STEEL PIPING. 1063. RUNNING TRAPS SHALL HAVE CLEANOUTON EACH SIDE AND WHEN BELOW FLOOR OR GRADE CLEANOUTS, SHALL BE EXTENDED UP TO FLOOR LEVEL OR GHADE {,ND SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH BRASS CAULKING FERRULES t.tJD BRASS TRAP SCREWS WITH COuNTERSUNK HEADS. (SEE ['.'lISCELLANEOUS :505-1, DETAIL No. FOR FERRULE AND TRAP SCREW.) P AND S TRAPS ABOVE BASEMENT FLOOR SHALL HAVE BRASSSCREW CLEf,NOUT PLUGS I N BOTTOM OF SArvlE. 1064. AREA CESSPOOLS (SEE PARAGRAPH E-IOp AND FIGS. 76 AND 77). --THE BASEivlENT ENTRANCE !'J SHI'..LL BE P,WVIDED WITH II HEAVY PATTEf'N, Cf,ST B HASS OF< COPPER SLEEVE EXPANSION JOINT OF THICKNESS NOT LIGHTEf\ THAN No. 10 STUBBS G/,UGE (0.134 INCH) CONsmUCTED SO ;.S TO A AIR TIGHT FLEXIBLE JOINT. GASKErs P/ICt: ING SHi ,LL BE OF ASBESTOS SOFT LE'AD, 0,1 SUITABLE DURA8LE MATERIAL AND SHALL NOT DE LOCATED IN THE FLOW LINE OF TH::: DRA I Nt,GE. 1 '.lEtd>JS OF ADJUSTiAENT SHr,LL BE PROV IDED FOR TtGHTENING OR PA6KING. EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL BE PROPERLY SUPPORTED TO RELIEVE STRAIN. EXPANSION JOINTS MUST 8E ADJUSTED BEFORE SAME ARE CONCEALED. 1070. ON COIv1POSITION ROOFS on t-1EiBr;ANE WATERPROOFING FURNISH AND INSTALL FOR R OOF DRAINS A SHEET METAL FLASHING CONNECTION OF 16 OUNCE COPPE R OR 4 SHEET LEAD EXTENDING AT LEAST 4 INCHES INTO THE R eOFING OR WATERPROOFING. EG -1 47

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ST. AUGUST I NE, FLA., PAND CU.R. 10'71. FLASHING IN ROOF FOR VENT PIPES SHALL BE FLASHED AND SOLDERED WATER-TIGHT. (SEE DETAIL No. MISCELLANEOUS DRAWING No. 305-1). FLASHINGS SHALL BE NOT LIGHTER THAN POUND SHEET LEAD, FLANGED AND MADE WATER TIGHT AT ROOF AND EXTENDED UP AROUND VENT PIPES AS SHOWN. 10'72. V/HEN SCREW-dOINTED PIPE IS USED AT TOP LINE OF THE LEA;:) FLASHING A DRILLED AND THREADED STANDARD CAST-IRON OR IviALLEABLE IRON CAP, GALVANIZED, ONE SIZE LARGER THAN VENT PIPE, SHALL BE SCREWED TO VENT PIPE TO FORi/ 1 COUNTERFLASHING OR RAIN ;UARD, PIPE SHALL EXTEND THROUGH CAP AND SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH COUPLING AS SHOWN. 1073. A SPECIAL CAST-IRON FITTING TO TAKE THE PLACE OF CAP AND COUPLING MAy BE USED,PROVIDING SAME IS A ONE-PIECE FITTING THAT COVER LEAD FLASHING, HAVING DOUBLE HUB WITH SCREW THREADS TO ALLOW PIPE TO BE EXTENDED IF DESIRED. 10'74. WHEN CAST-IRON PIPE IS USED LEAD FLASHING' SliALL BE TURNED OVER AND DOWN I NTO THE HUB OF THE PIPE AT LEAST I INCH. 10'75. BRASS rn COPPER WATER SUPPLY PIPES, FITTINGS AND NECTIONS.--ALL COLD WATER, HOT .VIATER, AND HOT WATER CIRCULATING {,ND DRINKING WATER PIPES IN THE BUILDING, INCLUDING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE WATER HEATERS AND HOT WATER STORAGE TANK AND CONNECTIONS TO LAWN FAUCETS SHALL BE GRADE A, STANDARD WEIGHT BRASS PIPE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION V'Nv-P-35 1 OR COPPER PIPE (IRON PIPE SIZE AND THICKNESS) IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. V AV-P-377. EXCEPT WHERE REQUIRED TO BE NICKEL PLATED, BRASS AND COPPER PIPING SHALL BE UNFINISHED. 10'76. ESPECIAL ATTENTION 15 CALLED TO THE FACT THAT TO AVOID CONFUSION 'IND DEL,\Y CONTRACTOR :.1UST, IN PLACING HIS ORDER FOR BRASS PIPE, PLAINLY STATE THEREIN THin IT tJIUST BE GRADE "A" IN STRICT ACCORDANCF WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. AND THAT J,LL PIPE BE MARKED VI ITH THE TRADE-I\MRI< OF THE fAANUFACTURER AND WITH GRADE LETTER "A". COPPER PIPE MUST BE PROPERLY MARKED. 107'7. BEFORE ANY PORTION OF THE PIPE HAS BEEN INSTALLED THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER WILL SELECT TWO SAMPLES OF THE PIPE EACH APPROXIMATELY 12 INCHES LONG, WITH THE NAME OR TRADE MARK OF THE MANUFACTURER AND, IF BRASS PIPE, THE GRADE LETTER STAMPED THEREON, AND FORWARD SAME TO THE ASSiStANT DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT, PUBLIC WORKS BRANCH, FOR APPROVAL. 10'78. NIPPLES SHALL BE OF THE SAME MATERIAL AND COMPOSITION AS THE PIPE USED. 1079. FITTINGS AND COUPLINGS FOR BRASS m COPPEr, WATER PIPE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE '."ITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. WW-P-448. EITHER COMPOSITION A OR B WILL BE ACCEPTABLE FOR FITTINGS. 1080. IN ERECTING PIPE, WRENCHES AND FRICTION VISES MUST BE USED EXCLUSIVELY "EXCEPT ON PIPES LARGER THAN 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER. ANY PIPE CUT, DENTED, OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED MUST BE REPLACED BY THE CONTRACTOR WITH NEW PIPE. EG -148

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. CU.H. 1081. UNIONS ON WATER PIPES 2 INCHES AND Sio'1ALL:R IN DIAiilETER SHALL BE EXTRA HEAVY PATTERN, ALL BRASS, GROUND JOINT UNIONS WITH 80TH SCREW ENDS HEXAGONAL OR OCTAGONAL; OPEN I NGS THROUGH SHALL 8E FULL AREA OF THE PIPE ON WHICH T'IEY ARE PLACED. 10[1.2. UN IONS ON WATER P I PES 2-1/2 NCHES (,ND LARGER IN DIAMETER SHALL BE CAST-BRASS FLANGED UNIONS, WITH BRASS BOLTS (,ND BR .... SS NUTS. 1083. ALL PIPES SHALL BE REAMED .OUT BEFORE BEING SCREI "lED INTO FITTINGS. THE SCREW JOINTS BETWEEN PIPE AND FITTINGS SHALL BE ; :iADE UP, METAL TO METAL, VI I TH A COMPOUND OF RED LE("D I.ND LINSEED 01 L AS A LUBR I CANT ilPPL I ED ON THE MALE THREAD ONLY. NOT hDRE THAN THREE EXPOSED THREADS WILL BE PERMITTED BEYOND FITTINGS, NOR WILL THE USE OF OR OTHER MATERIAL FOR PhCKING THREADS IN MAKING UP PIPE ANQ FITTINGS BE PERMITTED. ChULKINGTO CORRECT LEAKS OR DEFECTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. 1084., HORIZONThL RUNS OF PIPE OVER 50 IN Sf-:/.LL BE: ANCHORED i;80UT r "MDWAY OF Ti1E RUN 9 TO OR TO THE FIRST FLOOR CONSTRUCTION, SO AS TO FORCE THE EQUALLY TO THE SYIING JOINTS SH/,LL BE USED OFF IILL BRIINCH CONNECT IONS OFF OF i.1A I NS WHETHER SO SHOWN ON DRJ"W I NGS, OR NOT. RISERS SHALL BE IINCHORED AS DIRECTED SO AS TO FORCE THE EXPANSION IN THE PROPER DIRECTION AND AVOID EXCESSIVE STRAIN BEING CONCENTRATED AT ONE ICG5 ADDITIONAL SWING JOINTS, OFFSETS, ETC., SHALL BE USED WHERE NECESSARY TO PROPERLY PROVIDE FOR EXPANSION OF THE PI.PES, V1HICH WILL BE ABOUT 2-1/?-INCHES IN 100 FEET OF RUN IN THE"HOT WATER SUPPLIES. 1086. ALL EXPOSED BRANCH WATER SUPPLY PIPING (INCLUDING VALVES AND FITTINGS) IN TOILET ROOMS FROM FLOOR TO A POINT 6 FEET ABOVE FLOOR AND ;,LL EXPOSED WI,TER SUPPLY BRANCHES BELOW LAVATORIES IN ALL OTHER PARTS OF THE BUILDING SHALL BE FINISHED AND NI CKEL-PI.ATED. 1087. VALVES.--VALVES SHALL BE INSTALLED WHERE SPECIFIED OR INDICATED ON ALL VALVES SHALL BE GATE VALVES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED' OR NOTED. 1088 ALL GATE AND VALVES SH/\ LL BE DESIGNED FOR A STEM i I NG PRESSURE OF 125 PER SQUARE I NCH, ALL GLOBE AND liNGLE VALVES FOR A STEAM WORKING PRESSURE OF 150 POUNDS PER SQUARE INC H, ';ND SHALL HAVE THE NAME OR mADE-IJ 1ARK OF THE AND THE GUARANTEED WORKING PRESSURE CAST OR ST A:'lP ON TH E BODY. lOBS) E;"X'CEPT AS NOTED, IJI\LVES 3 II\lCHES AND S ; lALLEn IN D I SHALL.:-BE ALL B;<'ASS SCREW EfmS VII TH BODY (,ND FINISHED EXCEPT THAT THOSE ON NICKEL-PLATED BR;,SS PIPE BE FINISHED AND NICKEL PLATED. VALVES 4 INdHES AND IN DIAMETER SHALL HAVE IRON BODY, BRASS AND HAVE EITHER SCREW OR FLANGE ENDS. 1090. BR"SS FOR Vi,LVES SHALL HiIVE A l ilNlrvlUr,/l COPPER CONTENT OF 0 0 PER CE NT \ ND A 1..iAX I MUM LEAD CONTENT OF 5-1/2 PER CENT. EG -1 49

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AM) CU.H. 1091. GATE VALVES SHALL BE OF THE SOLID OR SPLIT WEDGE PATTERN, DOUBLE SEAT RISING OR NONRISING STEMS WITH GLAND STUFFING BOXES, AND IRON WHEELS. SHA(L WEIGH NOT LESS THE 1/2 INCH, 0.93 POUND; 3/4 INCH, 1. 5 6 I-INCH, 2.18. POUNDS; 1-1/4 INCH, POUNDS; 1-1/2 INCH, 5 POUNDS; 2-INCH, 7.19 POUNDS; 2-1/2 INCH, 11.5 POUNDS; 3-INCH, 6 .5 4 -INCH, (SCREWED), 65 POUNDS, AND (FLANGED), 85 POUNDS. LARGER VALVES SHALL BE OF CORRESPONDING WEIGHTS. 10 92. GLOBE AND ANGLE VALVES SHALL HAVE RENEWABLE ELAST IC R AISED FLAT SEAtS AND GLAND STUFFING BOXES, IRON WHEEL, AMPLE LIFT AND PULL SIZE OPENINGS. THE GLOBE VALVES SHALL 8EIGH NOT LESS THAN THE FOLLOW I NG: 1/2 INCH, 1.25 POUNDS; 3/4, 2 P OUNDS; I-INCH, 2.75 POUNDS; 1-1/4 INCH, 4 POUNDS; 1-1/2 INCH, POUNDS; 2-INCH, 9 POUNDS. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, BRASS GLOBE AND ANGLE VALVES OF THE UNION BONNET TYPE WITH MALLEABLE IRON ONION RING AND MALLEABLE IRON STUFFING NUT WILL BE ACCEPT { .BLE IF' THE ;viALLEABLE IRON PARTS DO NOT COiviE IN CONTACT VIITH VJA TER 1093. CHECK VALVES SHf.LL BE HORIZONTAL SWING CHECI< VA'LVES WITH RUBBER, OR BRASS DISKS. VALVES WITH J RASS DISKS SHALL BE OF REGRINDING TYPE. 1094. PAn.E-IOr,/1 AND FIG. 70) SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED WHERE INDICATED OR NOTED. 1095. WATER-SUPPLY SYSTEiv'l.--TH'E ,WATER ;!;AIN IN STREET SO NOTED ON THE SHALL BE TApPED AT THE POINT DIGECTED BY THE CONST RUCTION ENGINEER AND APPROVED BY THE WATER AUTHORITIES, AND A WATER-SUPPLY PIPE OF SIZE SHOWN ON DRAWINGS SHALL BE INTO THE BUILDING. A GATE VALVE WITHT HANDLE AND WITH A CAST-IRON EXTENSION BOX AND COVER SHALL BE PLACED ON THE WATER-SUPPLY PIPE NEAR THE CURB LINE. THE MANNER OF MAKiNG CONNECTIONS WITH THE STREET MAIN, AND THE MANNER OF LAYING PIPE F ROM STREET MAIN TO INSIDE OF BUILDING WALL MUST BE IN ,ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULES AND REGULAtiONS OF THE WATER WORKS .'\ UTHORITIES. FRQ'1 THE WATER i IAIN TO INSIDE OF BUILDING W/,LL THE PIPE BE BRASS OR COPPER PIPE OR LEAD PIPE AS DI RECTED BY THE LOCAL WATER AUTHORITIES. THE SIZE OF THE PIPE MUST BE AS O N DRAWINGS, t,ND IF THE V ,.IATER AUTHORITIES OBJECT TO THE SIZE OF PIPE SHOWN THE 1JiATTER ;-IUST BE TO THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER, WHO WILL REFER IT TO THE ASSISTANT DI RECTOR OF PROCUREivIENT, PUBL I C VJORKS BRANCH, FOR DEC I S I ON. 1096. JUST INSIDE BUILDING OUTLETS OF SAME SIZE AS SERVICE i d AIN SHALL BE LEFT IN HOHIZONTAL PIPE FOR THE ; .fJETER. THESE OUTLETS SHtlLL BE EQUIPPED i'llTH Gr.TE VALVES, THE VALVE ON THE STREET SIDE OF /iETER BEING USED ,"\S A ;'-iAIN GATE VALVE TO SHUT OFr THE WATEn SUPPLY INSIDE BUiLDING. A 3/4 INCH DRAIN CONNECTION WITH GLOBE VALVE AND HOSE NIPPLE FOR 3/4 INCH DIAMETER HOSE SHALL BE PROVIDED ON THE H6uSE SIDE OF ,'I ETE(\ CONNECT IONS. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONFER WITH THE LOCAL AUTHOR I TIES AND ARRANGE HIS i ,IETER CONNECT IONS IN STR I CT ACCORDANCE WITH THE LOCAL REGULATIONS. 1097. WHERE THE LOCAL R EGULhTIONS REQUIRE THE METER TO BE LOCATED AT CURB LINE, THE CONTRJ\CTOFI 1'rUST PROVIDE 1 ',iETER f':IT, COVER, QONNECTIONS, ETC., ALL AS REQUIRED AND A GATE VALVE f,ND DRAI"! l i,UST BE INSTALLED INSIDE BUILDING. EG -1 50

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ST. FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 1098. THE FURNISHING OF THE WATEH f\'\ETER IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS SPECIFlC:ATION. /099. AFTER l'EAVING THE ,1ETER CONNECTIONS OH 1.1AIN GATE VALVE, THE l.iAIN WATER SUPPLY PIPE SHAll BE RUN UP TO BASEtvlENT CEiliNG AND ALONG SAME WITH BRANCHES OF THE SIZES NOTED. ACONNECTION OF SIZE NOTED ON DRAWINGS SHAll BE TAKEN OFF AND RUN TO THE WATER SOFTNER HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED. 1100. A su I TABLE OFlASS ING VALVE AS HEHE I NAFTER SPECIFIED FITTED WITH A REMOVABLE STRAINER SHAll BE PLACED WHEhE SHOWN ON PLANS OF THE i1AIN WATER PIPE IN OASE["lENT THAT SUPPLIES THE PlUI:3ING FIXTURES; GATE VALVES SHflll BE PLACED ON SIDE OF REDUCING AND" CONNECTION (PROVIDED WITH A GATE VALVE) SHAll BE INSTAllED AROUND REDUCING VALVE. A 3-1/2 INCH DIAL, JAPANNED-IRON CASE, PFIESSURE GAUGE,GRADUATEDTO 200 POUNDS, SHAll BE PROVIDED ON THE i,lAIN ON EACH SIDE OF THE PRESSURE-REDUCING VALVE. /101. PRESSUF(E REDUC I NG VALVE SHf\ll BE SET TO A FINAL PRESSURE OF 40 POUNDS WITH AN PRESSURE OF 50 PER SQUARE INCH. 1102. PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES SHAll DE EXTRA HEAVY BRASS, OPERATED BY OF A SPECIAL COMPOSITION DIAPHRAGM AND A SPRING. IF THE VALVE HAS A SEPARATE DIAPHRAGM CHAMBER CONNECTED TO THE SODY OF THE VALVE BY OF A YOKE? CAST IRON OR OTHER SUITABLE r 'AATERIAL WilL BE ACCEPTABLE FOR THE YOKE, BUT THE hOVER OF THE DIAPHRAGM CHAMBER AND ALL PARTS IN CONTACT I,'J I TH THE 1'Jf,TER ;,1US'T BE BRASS. BRASS BOLTS MUST BE USED FOR ASSEMBLING THE DIAPHRAGM AND FOR ATTACHING ,SAME TO THE YOKE. DIAFHHAGli AND SPRING HUST BE ARRANGED TO ACT DIHECTLY ON THE VALVE STEM AND THE ARRANGEMENT MUST DE SUCH THAT PRESSURE WilL NOT VARY MORE THAN 1 POUND FOR EACH /0 POUNDS VARIATION OF THE INLET PRESSURE. All PARTS SUBJECT, TO MUSTOE READILY 8ENEWA8lE. EACH PRESSURE nEDUCING'VALVE MUST BE PROVIDED WITH A SEPARATE, EASilY ClEANA6LE STRAINER ON THE INLET SIDE. STRAINER MUST HAVE AN EXTRA HEAVY ORASS CODY A STRAINER ELEMENT OF GRASS OR OTHER NONCORROsivE r1Ei!IOVArlLE WITHOUT DISCONNECTING THE PIPES. IRON SODY STFlAINER OR PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES INTEGRAL STRAINER WilL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 1103. IN THE EVENT SIZES OF PIPING ARE NOT NOTED ON DRAWINGS,' THE SPECIFICATION IS TO GOVERN, AND COLD WATER SUPPLY PIPES TO FIXTURES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: 1-1/4 INCH D I AlvlETEP, TO ROOMS HAV I NG NOT MORE THAN TWO WATER CLOSETS; J -1/2 INCH D I TO ROOMS HAV ING THREE TO EIGHT 'WA fER CLOSETS; 2-INCH ro ROOI ..;S H,WING NINE TO SIXTEEN' WATER CLOSETS. 2-1/2 I filCH DIAME'TER TO ROOMS HAVHJG Ivl0RE THAN S I XTEEN WATER CLOSETS. 1/04. SUPPLY piPES SHALL BE 3/4 INCH DIAMETER TO TO I lET ROOMS CONTIII N I NG nw OR HORE FIXTURES, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. EG -151

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ST. FLA., P.O. AI\[) CU.H. 1105. COLD WATER SUPPLY SHALL ElE RUN TO EAGH PLU i'f13ING FIXTURE I N THE BU I LD I NG AND SHALL BE 1-1/4 I NCH TO EACH WATER CLOSET, 3/4 ITO EACH UR I NAL AND EACH SERV ICE SINK AND 1/2 I NCH TO EACH OTHER FIXTURE. HOT WATER SUPPLY SHALL BE RUN TO EACH SHOWER BATH AND SINK AND SHALL BE THE SAME SIZE AS THE COLD \VATER SUPPLY. 1106. THE ABOVE SIZES TO THE R OUGHING BELOW FLOOR OR IN PARTITIONS; A REDUCING FITTING IS TO BE USED rOSUIT THE SIZE OF FIXTURE CONNECTION IS TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL SPEC I F I CAT ION No. VW1-P-541. 1107. No WAtER PIPE IN TOILET ROOMS WILL BE PERMITTED TO BE BURIED IN THE FLOOR CONSTRUCTION. 1108. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED OR NOTED ON DRAWINGS? WATER SUPPLIES TO FIXTURES SHALL BE RUN AS FOLLOWS: 1109. Fffi FIXTURE.--THEidAIN SUPPLIES SHALL BE RUN NEAR BASEMENT TO SINK SHALL DROP NEAR END OF FIXTURE TO BELOW STOPS. ALL PIPING SHALL BE EXPOSED UNLESS OTHER81SE SPECIFIED. 1110. FCR TOILET AI,[) FIXTURES ABOVE 8ASEf.:ENT.--THE SUPPLIES FOR FIRST FLOOR TOILET ROOMS FOR TOILET ROOf':i S ABOVE FIRST FLOOR IIJHERE SOl L OR WASTE P I PES ARE RUN E XPOSED OR IN FURRED CEILING SPACE BELOW THE TOILET ROOM THE WATER SUPPLIES FOR WATER CLOSET OUTFITS, URINALS? AND SERVICE SINKS SHALL BE RUN IN CORRESPONDING LOCATION TO THE SOIL OR WASTE PIPE AND RISE THROUGH FLOOR TO THE FIXTURES. BRANCHES TO LAVATORIES FITTED WITH P TRAP ON WASTE SHhLL RISE IN PA RTITIONS. I I I I. BRhNCHES TO URINALS SHALL BE RUN UP IN PARTITION AT ONE SIDE OF BRANCHES TO SHOWER BATHS SHALL BE RUN UP IN A PARTITION TO CEILING AND ACROSS SAME WITH DROPS TO THE SHOWER FI X TURE. 1112. RISERS OR DROPS SUPPLYING TOILET ROOMS SHI;LL BE RUN IN CHASES, FURRED SPACES? OR IN SHAFT? AS ON DRA W INGS. A 6RANCH FOR BOILER SUPPLY SH/ILL BE PROVIDED WHEn: INDICATED ON PLAN. I 113. THE WATER-SUPPLY AT POINtS ON DRAWINGS SHALL BE FITTED WITH GATE VALVES 9 PLACED IN ACCESSIBLE POSITIONS. STOP COCKS WILL NOT BE TTED. No VALVES OF ANY KIND SHALL BE IN ANY LOOKOUT SPACE bR iN ANY FURRED OR INACCESSIBLE SPACE. I I 14. EACH HOT AND COLD WATER SUPPLY TO EACH SE RV ICE SINK, KITCHEN SINK, SHALL BE FITTED 81TH A GATE VALVE, ANGlE VALVE OR COMPRESSION STOP PLACED IN AN ACCESSIBLE LOCATION CLOSE TO THE FIXTURE. A GATE VALVE SH/\LL BE I NSTA LL ED ON CONNCT ION TO EACH LAWN FAUCET. 1115. LAWN SffilNKLER SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED AS INDICATED ON DRAWINGS. 1116. [Vlt,IN SUPPLY PIPE SHrILL BE TAKEN FROM POINT INDICATED ON COLD DATER LINE IN BASEMENT, AND RUN AT CEILING TO EXTERIOR AS SHOWN ON DRAWING, DROPPED DOWN AND RUN THROUGH EG -1 52

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P ..O. CU.H. \'JAlLS TO UNi)ERGROUND DISTHIBUTIN(;i PIPES. IN3nLL CONTROL V /,LVE ,',ND DRAIN VALVE ON ElICH CIRCUIT, INSIDE OF BUILDING, on BELOW GROU ND, AS ON DRAWINGS. I I 17. CAST IRON PIPE.--AlL PIPE SO ON THE DRAUlNG, AND PIPE 4 INCHES IN DIAMETER SHALL BE CLASS 150 CAST IRON PIPE (BELL AND SPIGOT) IN ACCORD A NCE WITH FEDERAL 'SPECIFIC/,T ION No. VNJ-P-421. CAST IRON PIPE TO HlNE AND LEAD JOINTS CAULKED FLUSH. 111 8 BRASS PIPE.--ALL PIPING OUTSIDE OF BU.ILDING LESS THAN 4 I N CHES IN DU\i,IETER SHALL BE B, UNFINISHED BRASS PIPE, IN ACC08DANCE \ilTH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION WN-P-35I OR COPPER PIPE (I RON PIPE SIZE AND THICKNESS) IN WITH FEDSp EC I F I CAT I ON No. Wa-p-378 AND AS HERE I NBEFQi{ E SPEC I F I ED E XCEPT THA T PIPING FROM 2 INCH TO AND INCLUDING 3 INCH MAY BE ChST I ,WN PIPE. 1119. IF ELECTS TO USE CAST I RON PIPE IN LIEU OF B R A S S PIPE FOR PIPING 2 TO 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER HE SHALL FUi-iN I S!-l EITHER THREADED PIPE OR BELL AND SP I GOT PIPE. Tii IS PIPE'SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR 150 POUNDS pm SQUARE INCH PRESSU R E AND SHALL BE OF WEIGHTS CORRESPONDING TO CAST IRON PIPE SPECIFIED IN FEDER AL SPECIFIC;\TION j 'f'!V-P-421. IF. THf ;:::,DED PIPE IS USED, SHALL 8ECUT AT THE FACTORY, AT OF PIPE SHALL BE INC REASED AND A N OVERSIZE PIPE CUT ON SAME. IF BELL AND S P IGOT P1PE IS USED, JOINTS SHALL BE CAULKED WITH OAKUM LEAD. WHER E NECE SSAfW TO USE STAND,";RD LENGTHS OF CAST 1 8 0N P .IPE, r 1INOR CH,\NGES id,Y BE MADE IN RUNS OF PIPING, BUT PIPE SIZE SHALL NOT GE LESS THAN THAT SHOWN ON AND LOCATION OF SPRINKLER HEADS M UST NOT BE CHANGED. 1120 ALL UNDERGROUND PIPING TO BE LAID NOT LESS THAN 1 8 INCHES (8 INCHES iOJHERE TnEnE I S NO mOM FfiEEZING) B,ELOW FI NISHED GRf,DE Sf.MLL UE F ITCHED DOWN r J O T LESS TH/\N 1/2 INCH I N 1 0 FEET IN mRECTION OF PIPES 1121. VALVES.--VALVES ON''!: I NCH CAST P I P E SIMLL BE WEIGHT, DOUBLE Hun GATE VALVES, W I T H STEM, I FI NJ BODY, SEAT AND DISC. THESE VALVES SH/.lL B E SET IN HEAVY CONCRETE BOXES WITH CA S T IROK CURB AND 1122 D RAIN VALVES BHASS PIPES) SH,iLL BE fill S ;( ASS GLOBE ALL OTHER VALVES BE GATE VALVES AS HEREINCEFORE SPECIFIED, EXCEPT THAT CONTROL VALVES IN GROUND MAY 8E GLOBE Vf,LVES 9 'NITH RENEWA3L:: DISCS, SPECll,LLY DESIGNED FOR SPRINKLER INSTALLATIONS. 1123. CONTROL VALVES IN GROUND SHALL BE OPE RiHED 8Y [>lEANS OF TEE-HANDLED KEYS, AND SHALL DE PROVIDED WITH CAST IRON OR BRASS E XTENSION SOXES, VIITH TOPS SET FLl,JSH VJITH FI NSIHED GRAQE, F4RNISH CO NSTRUCTION ENGINEER SIX TEE KEYS, DESIGNED TO .jPER ATE VALVES. 1124. lliAIN VALVES INSIDE l 3UILDING SliflLL H{\VE WHEEL HANDLE AND B ASE CONNECTION! -1 53EG

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. f P.O. : AM) CU.H. 1125. SPRINKLER HEADS SHALL BE HEAVY BRASS s ADJUSTABLE DESIGNED TO GIVE A UNIFORM DISCHARGE OVER THE ENTIRE SURFACE WITHIN CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE THE /I MOUNT OF WATER DISCHARGED PER HEAD SHALL BE AS NOTED ON DRAWING. THE TOTAL NU MBER OF HEADS SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THAT NOTED ON DRA \lJlNG; BUT ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT TH{,T THE CONTRACTOR ,',UST VERIFY THE WATER P R E SSURE AVAILABLE AT THE AND IN THE EVENT THE HEADS WHICH HE PROPOSES TO USE WILL NOT GIVE COMPLETE COVERAGE THE PRESSURE AVAILABLE, AND WITH THE SPACING INDICATED, HE MUST FURNISH AND INSTALL wITHOUT ADDITIONAL COST TO THE GOVE H N ;; EIH, THE NUt!iBER OF ADDITIONAL HEADS, TO SECURE COMPLETE COVERASEOF ALL AREAS THAt ARE TO BE SPRINKLED. 1126. GRASS CUTTERS.--FuRNISH I'\ND LEf,VE WITH THE CONST RUCTION ENGINEER, SIX (6) CIRCULAR CUTTERS, WITH SUITA BLE HANDLESs DESIGNED AND SHAPED TO TRI M GRASS AROUND SPRINKLER HEADS. 11 27 DRAINS OUTSIDE BUILDI N G (NOT REQUIRED WHERE THERE IS DMJGER FRm J i POINT OF UNDERGROUND PIPING E XCAVATE AND PROVIDE BROKEN STONE AS ON DRAI'IING. Top OF STONE TO BE BELOW PIPE AT DRAIN POINT. 1 1 2 8 PI PE SLEEVES? HANGERS, VALVES, COVER I NGS, ETC., SHALL G E i,S HEREINBEFORE SPECIFIED FOR WATER SUPPLY LINES. 1 12 9 TESTS MID ING THE COURSE OF I N S ThLLATION OF THIS WORK, ALL WATER PIPING AND VALVES WUST BE I N THE PRESENCE OF THE CONSTRUCT ION ENG I NEER, O R REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SUPERVISING TO A HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE OF 1 0 0 POUNDS PER S QUARE I N CH, BEFORE PIPING IS CO V E RED WITH AND PIPING MUST BE TIGHT AT THI S PIPI N G I.:A Y BE TESTED IN SECTIO NS, TO E X PEDITE THE WORI< 1130. AT TI M E OF INSPECTION ALL HYDROSTATIC TESTS i,;UST H AVE BEEN SATSIFACTORIL Y COM PLETED. THCENTIRE SYSTElvl ;UST THE N BE TES ": ED IN THE OF tl REPRESE NTATIVE OF THE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT, AND THE ENTI R E S VSTEM ;,. iUST : OPERIHE I N fI Sf,TISFACTORY !.\lITH COi"PLETE /,ND UI'JlFORivl COVERAGE OF ALL AREAS WHICH ARE INDICATED TO BE SPRINKLED. I 131. FI NAL ADl.JUSTf'H \rr .--N I NE i',;ONTHS AFTER THE COMPLET ION OF THE CONTRACT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL RETU FI N TO THE PRE H I AND ADJUST ALL SPRINKLER HEADS, SO THhT THE TOPS OF HEADS ARE FLUSH WITH THE FINISHED GRADE. THIS ADJUSTrl.iENT SH/ ILL BE Mf,DE BY Fl EfWVING NIPPLES IN PLACE, AND INSTALLING NEW NIPPLES OF THE PROPER LENGTHS, OR BY THE ORIGINALLY, OF A SPRINKLER HEAD HAVING AN APPROVED DEVICE INTEGRAL WITH THE HEAD, WHICH WILL PERMIT ADJUSTMENT OF HEIGHT OF HEAD. 1132. IN THE EVENT THE CONTRACTOR FAILS TO MAKE THE FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF HEADS ABOVE SPECIFIED, THE GOVERNMENT -W ILL MAKE SUCH ADJUSH,lENT AND WILL CHARGE THE COST OF i : 1AKING THIS ADJUSH1ENT AG{,INST THE CONT",;CTOP' ll UNDER THE PROVISION OF THE ONE YEA R GUARANTEE ON MECHANICAL '133 PLUrlB ING FIXTURES, ETC., GENERALLY.--ATTENTION IS DIRECTED TO SECTION D, PARAGRAPHS D-I TO D-3L, INCLUSIVE, AND PARAGRAPHS E-IO TO E-I O J I N CLUSIVE, IN ADDITION TO THE SPECIFIC REFE RENCES HEREINAFTER NOTED. E':G -1 54

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 1134. THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE HELD STRICTLY FOR THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF FIXTURES TO BE FU RNISHED AND OR ROUGHED IN FOR, AS SHOWN ON THE D RAWINGS. FOR MODIFICATION OF FIXTURES, SEE HEREINAFTER FOR THE FIXTURE IN QUESTION. FUTURE FIXTURES SHOWN OR NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS SHALL BE ROUGHED IN AND CONNECTIONS PLUGGED GAS AND WATERTIGHT. 1135 FIXTURE BEHJEEN EACH wrITER CLOSET r,ND EACH FLOOR CONNECTED SEf WICE SINK AND THE CAST IRON, STEEL O R \'IHOUGHT IRON SO I L PIPE SHA L.L BE MADE VII TH A HEAVY CAST IRON FLOOR FLANGE AS SHOWN IN FIG .. 82. FLOOR FLt,NGE SHALL SLIP OVER THE PIPE AND BE CAULKED INTO POSITION. SPACE CONDITIONS NOT PERMIT THE USE OF STANDARD FITTING IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CAST-IRON FLOOR FLANGE, SPECIAL SHon T RADIUS FITTING SHALL BE PROVIDED. 1136. CO NNECTION BETWEEN ANY FI XTUflE AND FLANGES ON SOIL ',PIPE SHALL BE MADE ABSOLUTELY GAS AND WATE R TIGHT WITH A ONE-PIECE SPECIAL MOLDED ASBESTOS GASKET, P ROPERLY SATURATED TO PREVE N T ROTTING OR DRYING. RUBBER GA SKETS RILL NOT BE PERidlTTED FOR THIS CONNECTION I'WR IfJILL PUTTY BE ALLOWED. 11 37. OF ;,TTOJTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT THE OUTLET FLANGES FOR CLOSETS AND SERVICE SINKS BE SET WITH FACE THE P ROPER FnOM FLOOR' TO [71AI,E A FIRST-CLASS JOINT WITH THE GASKET MID FIXTUfiE USED. No FIXTURE SHALL BE SET IN PLACE UNTIL THE ENGINEER HAS EXAMI NED AND APPROVED SUCH FLAN GE. 1136. FLoeR AND WALL PLATES.--SECTION E, PfSIAGRtiPH E-IOH APPLIES TO ALL FI XTURE OUTFITS. ALL PLATES FOR FIXTURE OUTFITS MUST B E ONE-PIECE. 11 32A. TR If\GS, ETC. ,--ALL TR liv l H I NGS, F I TT INGS, AND ACCESSOR IES LISTED IN PARAGRAPH E-IO, AND REQUIRED IN THE INORK SHAL'L BE B RASS CHRoriIUM PLI,TED. 1139. WATER-CLCBETS.--FuRNISH fIND INSTi,LL IN TOILET ROOiviS WHEilE INDICATED W/ITER-CLOSET OUTFITS 1 ')0. E4:f.F. (SEE PP. 10 /., ND I 1 AND FIG. 2). 1140. SERVICE SINI
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ST. A'UGUSTI FLA. > P.O. AND CLl.H. 1143. WASTES TO BE TO WALL OR FLOOR AS ON DR Id' } U, G S URl i'!ALS.--FURI'IISH AND INSTALL SHOIH) ON DRf,\iINGS' URI N ALOU T FIT S No. V-I 8 F. ( S [' E P P 1 1 AND 12 AD FIG. 4). FLu SH PIP E MAY B E / 4 INC H I rJ LIE U 0 F 1 I r! CII t, SSP t: C I FIE D 1 MARBLE WAINSCOT IS PROVIDED THE URINALS SHALL BE SET WITH THE GROUND BAGKS AGAINST THE MARDLE I 145. EA CH URI f.L 1'/ t, S T E S H t, L L B E FIT TED VI I T H t, 3 -INC H DIM: E T E f1. Ct.' S T -I F-\ 0 N P T R ,l, P H{, V I NG A ,U, T Er; SEA L NOT L E S S THAiJ 2_1/'2 INCHES DEPTH. TRAPS FORUnIN{\LS SHALL HAVE RECESSED SCRED-JOINTED CONNECTIONS. 1146. THE PIPE FROM URINAL TO TRAP IS TO DE 2-INCH PIPE SIZE AND THICKNESS BRASS PIPE. TRAPS FOR URINALS TO HAVE INLETS PROVIDED WITH A GRASS BUSHING WITH TAPPED OPENING TO RECEIVE THE 2 -INCH ? I P E. 114 'l LAVATORIES.--IN TOI LET ROO M S FURNISH INSTALL I NDICATED RECTANGULAR OUTFITS V20. (SEE PP. 12 AND 13 AND FIG. 7). 1 1 '18 1N T0 I LET 0 () /vi S T H p, TAR E NOT P0 V IDE D ; 1 I T H i,i {, n 8 L E AND IN OFFICE FURNISH AND INSTALL INDICATED, RECTANGULAR OUTFITS No. VB20. (SEE PP. 1 2 AND IZ> AND FIG. 3). 14 9 UN L E S J S 0 S P E C I FIE D 0 R NOT E j) T\ J 0 0 rt M 0 R E L V1 \ TORIES ADJACENT TO EACH OTHER SHALL HAVE V: A S T E SAN D SUP P LIE S SUP P LIE S S HAL L B E F I ISH E D N D N I C K E L P L TED t.. D S HAL L H(, V E I C K E L P L t, TED S TOP S. 1 1 50 SUP P LIE S Ai i D VI t, S T E F0 n L {, VA T o n I E S S HAL L 0 E U r-. D E TO DALL AS INDIC A TED ON W ALL CONNECTED LAVATOR I E S S HAL L HA V E II PII T RAP S FIG. ,3 I 0 i'l \1 A S T [ ( SEE P. 28 AND FIG. 6\). 1 I 5 I. 0 N ALL Lt, V TOR I ESE X C E P T I H 0 S !': I T0 I LET ROO M S 1'1 0 TED II PUB L I CliO N S CAL E D n l\ \.'4 I GS, Til E C H t i INS TA Y S P E C I FIE D 0 Pr, GEl 3 S HAL L b E 0 i.l ITT ED AND 0 ,\ P DIS H 1'/ I T H Ct, I N STAY (SEE P. 3\ AND FIG. 85) SHALL BE lNSTALLED. CHAIN S T A Y S HAL l H{\ V E ON E 8 R ASS V; ASHE Fi /; N D b NEil UB BEn 0 R LEA THE R n r SHEF\. 1 152. AND BOILER RO CIvl \'! HE E I N D I C / TED SIN I< 0 U T FIT No. R36.' ( SEE P. 1 5 AND FIG. 17) SIN}( S HAL L H/, V E II P" T RAP.'3 FIG. 61 0 \"/ A S T E. (SEE P. 28 AND FIG. 61.) SUPPLIES SHt,LL BE ROUGH GRASS ;, D S HAL L B E P r\ 0 V IDE D \'/ I T 1-; S TOP S 0 R' GAT E V1\ LifE S WHER E I[ A L V E S ARE SH0 NON THE I D I V I D U A L [3 R A h! C H \'} ATE R PIP EST 0 ADDITIONAL STars AT FIXTURE WILL NOT BE REQUl n ED. 11 33. SHOWER FIXTURE.--FuRNlsH AND INSTALL IN ENCLOSUHE WITH MIX ING VALVE AND SUPPLY COLU MNS, OUTFIT No. 2M. (SEE PP. 19 AND 20 AND FIG. 35). G\'JC -156

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.;; P.O. CU.H. 1154. E A C H S H f) W E R SHAL L [l E Pnov IDE D I:i I T H r. D r; t. I NAND "P" Tilt,P. I I 52J D;I;, I N F ) n S H 0 Vi ER S H{\ L L B E FIG. 74 DR A I t J S HAL L BE ALL cnASS AND SHALL B e SOLDE R En TO LEAD PAM. (SEE P. 31 AND FIG. 711: ). I 156 SHOWER ENCLOSURES AND PANS WILL BE FURtJISHED UtJDER ANOTHER OF THIS SPECIFIC/,TIO;!. I 15? rlXTURE SHALL 8E LOCATED WHERE IN DETAIL OF rNCLOSURE. 115 8 ACCESSORIES.--FuRNlsH AND INSTALL THE ACCESSORIES (SEE PP. 31 AND 32 AND FIGS. 02 AND 93). NEAR EACH INSTALL A PAr ER FIG. 93 A rID A C'O AT H0 0 K FIG. 02. (.J EA II E A C H Lt, V t TOr, Y I S T I'. L LA TO VI E L r: A C i< FIG. <) 0 INs T A Lt. I tJ THE S H 0 Ii E -8 f, THE n CLOS U R A S OAP CUP FIG. 8 6 AND IN THE DRESSING ROOM TDO COAT HOOKS FIG. 9 2 AND f. TO Yi E L RAe K FIG. <) 0 AC G E S SOH I E S I i\! S H0 \'J E R lNCLOSURE SHALL BE DHERE SHODN IN OF EN C LOS U R E I NS T ,'\ L L N r:: 1\ il i1 E C E e Ton S HOW E R P, S O A? CUP FI G .. 86, A TODEL FIG. AND TWO CO A T FIG. 92 1150. EXTRA WASHERS ETC.--FuRNls H AN D DELIVEn TO THE COt, :; T : U C T ION ENG I E E HOt,! E DO ZEN COM P LET ESE T S 0 f--\.' I, SHE f: S E A C H SET S HAL L CO i! SIS T 0 F 0 N [ \'1 {, SHE R 0 F Ei\ C H S I Z [ L.: S E 1.) I N FAUCETS, CAL L COCKS, CL03ET FLUSHlilG VALVES, M I X I tl G V A L V ES \'1 A LL, H Yn r;r, N T S ETC. THIS EXT RAE QlJ I P M E fH I S TO DE ENCLOSED IN A DODD on METAL cox W ITH HINGED 80 X T 0 i I t V E COM? AnT M E J.J T 0 F AMP L E S I Z E F O r; T H [ D IFF EE N T SIZES AND KINDS OF WAS HERS. 1160. CCAL \\' ATER :-lEt,TER, SCI L HE/,TER Ai:D STOR;'GE TA NK .--Fu rnIISH AND I[\JSTALL INDIC/,TED Ot'-I FLoon PLANS, ONE COAL CURNING H[ATER 9 ONE COPPEn COIL \ 'VATE;-. HEATEr; {,1m ON E !-leT \'U,TE;; S T OFi AGC:: TA[l l< I : 6 I THE C 0 f. L B U ;; ['J I G '.'1 ATE n HE;' T E j-, S H f, L L [3 E 0 U T FIT 112 (S E E P P. I AND 23 Id'I D F I G 1162 PI
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ST. {\ UGUS TIN E? FLA., P.O. hN D CU. H. 1165. IN LIEU OF THE HEAtER A COPPER COIL THE MAY BE OF ALL CAST-IRON CONSTRUCTION SUITABLE FOR HEATING WATtR BY THE SAME METHOD AS DESCRIBED FOR THE COIL HEATER AND OF EQUAL CAPACITY. 1166. THE HOT TANK BE A VERTICAL T A t l K 24 I CHES D I AM ETER BY 60 INC H ES LON G ivi E r, S U1\ ED FRO M EDGE OF TANK SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF BEST QUAL1TY FLANGE STEEL OF A TENSILE STRENGTH NOT LESS THAN 45,000 rOUNDS PER SQUARE INCH, AND OF THICKNESSES NOT LESS THAN 3/I 6 INC H FOR SHE LL, 5/ I 6 INC H F0 nco NVEX HEr, D A,'I D 3/8 FO!', HEAD. TANi< SH'ALL BE At!;)/OR \'./ E LDED FO R A VJ 0 n KIN G P1 1ES sun E 0 FlO0 PO UNDS PEr, S Q U{, R E INCH AND SHALL BE TESTED AT SHOP TO A HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE OF 150 POUNDS PEn SQUARE INCH. SHALL DE 3UMPED TO A RADIUS EQUAL TO THE DIAMETER OF THE TANk ONE 0EAD [l E I NG CON VE X A;.; DON E CON CAVE THE N AIvl E 0 F MAN U F ACT URER AND T1 1 E \,,1 0::1 KIN G PilE S SUR E S HAL L !J EST E N C I L E,) 0 NT HETA NK on MARKED ON A BRASS PLATE SECURED TO TANK. I I 6 7 TA K S HAL L 8 E PRO V 1D ED \'j I T H S I X I -I / r2 .I IJ C H q E-IWFonCED TAPPINGS AS FOLLOWS: ONE IN THE CENTE R OF THE CON VEX H EAD; TWO I NTH E SHE L L, I N LIN E 1\ I; LL El-.1',1 I TH p, X I S OF TANK) EACH CENTERED 12 INCHES FROM OF THE SHEET; Ti-{ R EEl NTH E SHE L L? I N LIN E, S hiD LIN E TOO E D I II Ivl E TI C.c\ LLY Of"'POSITE FROf'.'1 THE LINE OF THE T1i'/O JUST IIl01TIOIJ[D. OF THESE THRE:C:, OtlE IS TO BE CEI'lTE,iE:] 12 FiiO lvl THE COI!VEX END; ANOTHER 24 INCHES rnOM THE CONVEX AND THE THIRD 12 I NCHES FROM THE CONCAVE END. 1I 68. I N ADD I T I 01'1 TOT HE ABO \j ETA P PIN G::>, THE' TAN K S HAL L B E PRO V' IDE D V i I THO NE 4 I CH X 6 INC H H{J., N DH0 l_ I:: > r ITT ED \'! I TH PLATE, YOKE AND GASKET, LOCATED ABOUT 6 INCHES FROM THE CONCAVE E f,],). HANDHOLE MUST BE ACCESSIBLE AFTER THE TAN:< IS SET. 1169. ALL SHALL BE TAKEN FROM THE EDGE OF THE SHEET. THE NAME OF THE MANUF A CTURER AND THE PRE S SUR E S HAL i_ B E MAR KED 0 N A 8 R r, S S I' i, T ESE CUR EDT 0 THE T A0 R 8 EST EN C I LED 0 tJ THE T r, 1'1 1170. THE D ATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANK SHALL BE CONNECTED AS INDICATED BY DETAIL 8, MISCELLANEOUS DRAWING No. WITH SUCH MODIFICATIONS AS ARE NECESSARY ON ACCOUNT OF THE OF THE UNITS SHALL BE SET WHERE INDICATED ON THE FLOOR PLANS. 1171. TEMPERATURE REGULATOR, THERMOMETER, CONTROL AND RELI E F VA LV ES Aim U N ION S S HAL L BE It-! S TAL LED A SIN D I C;, TED 01\1 DETAil 1172. THE REGULATOR AND THERMOMETER SHALL BE SPECIFIED IN P. 23. SHALL BE ANGLE TYPE INSERTED IN SIDE OF TANK AS 1173. IN LIEU OF THE RELIEF VALVE Sf"'ECIFIED IN THE FEDERAL SPECIFICATION WW-P-541 THt RELIEF VALVE SHALL 8E A 3/4 INCH DIAMETER SELF-CONTAINED, SIN G LESE ,\ T? S TR AI G H T \'1 A Y PAT TERN R ELI F.: F V ALV E 0 F A p,p R 0 VED MA K E. -158GWC

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ST. AUGUSTI NE I FLA. P.O. AND CU.H. I 174. THE SHALL BE SPECIALLY FOR RELIEVING DATER PRESSURE AND SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED SO THAT THE LIFTING FORCE BE EXERTED UNDER THE DIAPHRAGM. 1175. THE DIAPHRAGM SHALL BE OF SPECIAL CORROSION-RESISTING METAL OR OF DOUBLE DUCK INSERTED RUBBER; SEAT SHALL BE 0 F SUI T A 8 L E ALLOY VI i I C H CLOSES A G A INS tAD I S K 0 FS P E C I A L THAT IS NOT ADVERSELY EFFECTED BY CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE. ALL OTHER PARTS OF THE VALVE THAT IS IN CONThCT WITf! THE WATEP, MUST BE OF BRONZE. 1176. THE RELI EF VALVE SHALL BE SET TO EVE THE PRESSURE VIHU. J IT REACHES 100 POUNDS PER SQUr.. RE INCH. THE DIS. / C H ARGE THE VALVE SHALL GE EXTENDED, WITH 3;4 INCH GALVANIZED PIIO[ TO DISCIIf',r.GE INTO THE ENGI: JEEnS SINK. 1177. A 3-1/2 JAPANNED-IRON CASE 9 PRESSURE TO 200 POUNDS BE FURNISHED INSTALLED ON THE COLD WATER CONNECTlorl TO THE HOT DATER TANK, BETDEEN THE CHEC K VALVE AND THE TANK. GAUGE CONNECTION SHALL BE FITTED A FINISHED BRASS T-HANDLE STOP. 1178. THE FROM HEATER AND TANK SHALL BE PROVIDED AND FITTED WITH A 3/4 INCH HOSE BlDG. G i'! C -159

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. I\ND aU.H.,. 1179. ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS.--FuRNISH AND INSTALL, WHERE NOTED ON DRAWINGS SELF CONTAINED, AUTOMATIC, ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS AS HEREINAFTER SPECIFIED, .ITH ALL FITTINGS, AND CONNECTIONS, COUiPLr:F. 1180. EACH WATER COOLER SHALL BE OF THE PRESSURE TYPE, SUITABLE FOR DIRECT CONNECTING TO THE WATER SUPPLY PIPING OF THE BUILDING. THE WATER PRESSURE OF THE BUILDING AT THE PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE MUST BE OBTAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR. No EXCUSE BE ACCEPTED DUE TO FAILURE OF THE CONTRACTOR TO ASCERTAIN ALL OF THE DAT A FOR SUCCESSFUL OPERATION OF THE WATER I 181. EQUIPMENT SHALL BE I N A SUBSTANTIAL STEFL CABINET CONSTRUCTED REMOVABLE SECTIONS, ARRANGED SO THA T ALL EQUIPMENT BE FOR INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT. THE CABINET SHALL BE NEATLY FINISHED IN COLOR ADOPTED AS STANDARD BY, OF THE W/\TER COOLER. THE TOP OF THE CAB I NEt SHALL BE OF GLAZEb VITREOUS CHINA, PORCELAIN ENAMELWARE OR eTllNLESS STEEL DES I GN,ED WITH AN I NTEGiiil.L BO\"L AND EQU IPPED ITH AN ANGLE JET DRINKING FOVNTAIN, AND A THE DRAIN SHALL BE FITTED WITH A STRAINER AND SHALL BE PIPED, A TO THE OUTSIDE OF THE CABINET. THE BOWL SHALL BE FREE F ROM WHICH WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO CLEAN AND SHALL BE DESIGNED TO PREVENT SPLASHING AT POINT WHERt WATER FALLS THE JET. 1182. THE JET SHALL ISSUE FROM A NOZZLE AT AN ANGLE FROM THE VERTICAL SUCH AS TO PREVENT THE RETURN OF IN THE JET TO THE ORIFICE O R ORIFICES FROM WHENCE THE JET ISSUES. THE JET MUST BE SUITABLE FOR DIRECT DRINKING OR FOR FILLING A GLASS. 1183. THE NOZZLE f,ND EVERY OTHE ,7i IN THE SUPPLY TO THE NOZZLE SHALL BE ABOVE THE EDGE OF THE BOWL, SO THAT SUCH NOZZLE OR OPENING WILL NOT BE FLOODED IN CASE OF A IN THE WASTE. 1184. THE NOZZLE SHALL BE PrlOTr::CTED BY GU/\i-n:s V ,!HICH It/ILL Pc(EVENT PERSONS DRINKING FROM FOUNTAIN FROM COMING IN CONTACT WITH THE NOZZlE. GUARDS SM/\LL B E SO DESIGNED THAT mE r OS :i IBILITY OF T f-,,'\ NS MISSION OF I NFr::CTION BY THE GUAlDS IS REDUCED TO A MINIMUM. THI:: JET OF WATE H F RO'Jl NOZZLE SH/\LL NOT TOUCH THE GU!\RD. A VOLUME REGULATOFI ANI, A SELF-CLOS I NG NON'-LEAK ING STOP SH,'l.LL BE PROV I:rED ON SUPPLY TO Jr::T. THE WASTE FROM BOWL or:: PROVIDED WITH A I NER. 1185. ALL EXPOSED HARDWARE, FITTINGS AND TRIMMINGS SHALL BE HEAVY AND SUBST ANTIAL FINISHED IN CHROMIUM PLATING OVER NICKEL. 1186. THE Wt, TEIi COOL ING COivl PA inMENT OF Et\CH COOLFi SHALL HAVE A STORAGE CAPACITY OF NOT LESS THAN FOUR QUARTS AND SHALL BE CONOF BRASS OR OTHER APPROVED EQUALLY RESISTING AND SHALL 8E INSULATED 2 INCHES OF an EQUIVALENT IN8ULfI.TION. Ild7. PROVISION SHALL Gr:: M/\r;E COMPLF.rr:LY THE COOLING COMPARTMENT. 1188. A PREC00LER WILL NOT BE REQUIRED, SUT BE PERMITTED. No ALLOWANCE, WILL BE MAn E IN THE CAPACITY FOR PRECOOLING WATER. FRK -160

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ST. AUGUSTINE, P.O.r\ND aU.H. 1 1 89. EACH W,'\TEn COOLER SHALL HI\VE /\ cr,p,,\c I TV T O COOL N O T LESS THAN 5.0 GI\LLONS OF I;'IATr:n PE f i HOIJCl t\N INLET TEMf E ; "jATUriE OF 85 DEGREES F. T O 5 0 DEGI1EES F. WITH 1\ CONDEN S INC METlIUM OF WATER AT 85 DEGnEES F. USE OF PRECOOLING WATE q THIS CAPACITY MUST BE GASE D ON A T EMI' E 1ATUi1F: OF n:E REF'll GEI1MH I N THE EV t,PORATOi"i 'JF N n T LESS THAN 34 F. 1190. THE COMPRESSOR SHALL BE AN ELECTRIC O F THE 40 DEG::lEES a i I SE TYPE, DES I GNED FOci TH E CU;("H,:NT AVA I AT THE BUILDING. ALL NECESSARY CONTROL DEVICES SHALL O E PROVIDED AND SHALL INSURE THE MAINTENANCE OF DRINKING WATE R N O T TO EXCEfD 50 DEGRF.ES F. 1191. THE PG\f.!E::\ CONSUMF'T I ,) N MUST W 'T EXCi::Tr 70 V!t,TTS PEl GALL'IN ')F WATU COO LE D I THOUT TW': USE O F r'RECC) JLI N G IJIf ATr..:;I. 1192. AN E X CESS PRES SURE SWITCH 3 Y THE COrJDENSEH S0RE SHALL Q E ANr SET TO AT A Tn THE VAPOR O F THE AT 122 DEGREES F. 1193. WATER SUPI"LY TO THE C ) Nrr-:NS H SH I\LL H f '.Vt: ,,\ GI\Tr:: AND .'\ STRAINER WITH CRASS 20DY I\NT: DfiAS S S C REE N ANT' t,N AlfT8Mt,TIC I!'/AT[R REGULAT I NG V t LVE OPE ,IATFT ::IY CC>NI'DJS I N G 'Xl I CALLY IN /\CCOnDANCE THE TEfvH' E H f \TUfiE :) F THE C 0 r-.lrENSn; '194. ALL R':F fi IGERANT C ')NTAINING F'/\RTS SHtd.L HiWE OEEN TESTED C Y THE T O N ) T THAN 1-1/ 2 TIMES THE vP,rOn F'riESSURE IjF THE AT 122 DEGREES F. 1195. A AN D REPAIR SHALL FURNISHE r WITH C G OLE n 1 1 96. EACH ASSEMC;LFr, : 3 E / \ T THE MANUFt\CTUREri's SHOP, "3Y THE F n i ; C ,\ PAC I TY tN" SH I f-'MENT 1197. TH!':: TEST :IF EACH W J I T, TV SH/\LL CONSI8T O F A CC'NT I NUOUS RUN OF 24 H ( ) U ; ; S tIT S PEC I F I r::::-G/\P ;; C I TY. THE UN I T SHALL THEN D E RUN IN SUCH A W A Y A S T 8 C AUSE TH E CONTROLS T O START ;\N::.J STOP THE 100 T I MF.S. T He: UN; T r LSO [i E TESTE]"' TO DETE;'"IMI NF.: THt, T THE EXCESS IVE S\f' IT CH AS SPECIFIED 1198. BEFORE SHIPM ENT O F WATER Cf"IOU"CR, TH E CO NT .1ACTOri SHALL SUCMIT FOil APPi"iOVAL .I'J.. NOTA l IZE:J TEST S HEET GIVING THE DAT : \ OCT/liNE':' IN THE OPERATION 0 F EACH UNIT. 1199. F 8 R THE CAPACITY fiUN, THE TEST SHEET SHALL SHOW THE KINT O F REFRIGERANT THE NUMOEri O F GALL0 NS OF COOLEr F ROM 85 DEGnEES T0 50 ;'EGREES F.;: 'f"HE PRESSURE /\N :: TEMi'E"
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ST. AUGUST INE, FLA., PAND CU. H. 1201. No C O NSIPERATI O N WILL O E GIVEN T O A COOLER WHICH IS N O T IN STRICT WITH THE S P ECIFICATI N. 1 202. ESf' E CIAL ATHNTI'JN IS CALLEI' T O THE FACT THA T NO GOVER N M ENT EMP L OYEE I S N O T TO G E USED AS THE AGENT O F THE C ONTRACTOR .IN ANY THE C ONTRACTO R MUST MAKE HIS OWN CONTACTS WITH THE AGENCY HE SELECTS T O INSTALL THE APPARATUS A N ? MUST D E RESPONSI 8LE FaR THE P ROPER INSTALLATIJN ANr OPERATI O N O F THE EQUIPMENT. 1203. ALL NECESSARY WATER, WASTE CON NECTI O NS, ETC., TO THE WATE R SHALL DE PROVIDED AS I'IR ECTED. ELECTRICAL WORK SHALL C ONF ORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS THE NATI 0NAL CODE. ,E,AC H WATER COOLE=I SH:\LL 13E Pi'lOV I I 'ED wITH AN ,,\pr 'ROVED C ORI' .AN D PluG. SUp r LY TO EACH WATER COOLE ? HAVE A V ALVE, AN D A USE IN TESTI N G THE COOLING CAPACITY OF THE E QUIPMENT SHALL D E INSTALLED AS SHO WN IN SKETCH GEL OW. WASTE F:WM EACH C\)OLE Cl SH ,l\LL J E FITTED WITH A I-I Fe II\!CH CAST liP" CLF A N OUT. WATE R SUP PLY PIl'E SHALL BE 0 R COrrER, IRON P I P E SIZE, WITH CAST SCREW FITTINGS. ALL WATER PIPES AN r FITTI N G S SH ALL C E AS HEREINAFTER SPECIFIEr. ALI_ E X P OSED WASTE C O N N E CTI ONS SHALL D E PAINTE D c n ATS OIL PAI N T O F C O L O R D I RECTED. ALL Pl r E CONNECTIONS SHALL H AVE CAST DRASS FLANGE AT :.\NI.: FL 00fl 1 204. AFTE R CC) M; LET 101\1 O F THE I NST ALLAT I,)N AN O F'El A T I NG TEST If,.' I LL D E MAJW T O I Nrc C'-'MPL I t \NCE WITH C ONTRACT iiE QU' REMENTS. -162

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ST. ,AUGUSTIN,E, FLA..,,' P.O. ,\ND CU. H. 1205. SUvlP J\ND INSTALL. IN 001LER R'})M WHE ;iE INDICATE}: AN /\UT!)f.J1I\TIC ELECTiilC MOT:);:; DRIVEN SUMP PUMP COMPLETE WITH CONTrl')L APPAriATUS, C/\ST It(ON FL.J)R PLATE, ETC. THE PUMP SHALL HAVE J\ ) F NCT LES S THAN 25 GALLONS PER MINUTE AG AINST A STAtiC HEAD SF 15 FEET. 1206. THE PUMP IS TO OE FITTED ';'1 1TH \ HIGH GFl f lDE THr1UST M 0 UNTEJ". /"COVE THE FLOOR AN:' THE SHAFT MUS T Hi,VE SUI Tr,3LE GUIDE :lEAR' INGS AT THE TOP ll.NT' 20TTOM. THE SUCT I O N OF THE PUMP I S TO HfNE i'\ STRAINER O F AMPLE SIZE. 12D7. THE PUMf'l S TI') JE !) IRECT COW,'ECTET' C Y MEANS O F A FLEX I OLE C0NNECT I ":N TO 1\ VERT I C/\L TYPE ELr.:CT;''/ I C MOT,)R 0F AMPL.E SiZE MOUNTED O N A SU IT AJLE SUF'Po:.n. THE WOTO:i I S TO W")UND FOR I 15 VOLTS, 60 CYCLES, SINGLE ALTERNATING THE M0TOR MUST DE OF A TO THE SERVICE, DE SELF-STARTI N G, THE SHALL HAVE CONTI NUOUS OILING DEVICES. 120(5 THE PUMP i,1UST H A VE I I SUI TAl3LE FUSE!: ITCH M OUNTE]" ON THE PUMP OR ON A STANr ADJACE N T TO THE PUMP. ALL ELECTRICAL CONFROM TO THE JUNCTIJN LOX WILL O E INSTALLEr' UNT:ER THE "CONDUIT ANI' WIRING" THI S S P ECIFICATI ON SH/';LL O E MI',DE COM P L E TE. A FLCjAT S', ,'1ITCH : J PErlATED BY O F A COPi'ER FLOAT WITH SU IT Ac;LE GU I DES MUST DE Pti0VIIT;'. 1209. A CONCRETE SUMP PIT OF SIZE ,\Nr rC:YTH N0TE':':! "N THE Di-
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ST. ALGUST I NE, FLA., P.O. MJD CU. H. 1217. THE WATER SHALL J E ZERO HARDNESS AS DETERMINED THE (A. P. H. A.) BOUTRON S OAP TEST, USING PIVE DROPS OF TH IS ST fiNDARD SOAr' SOLUT I r)N IIJHEN T EST I NG 40 CC OF THE SOFTENED WATER F0fl PERMf,NENT SUJ'S (LASTING FIVE r.AINIJTES). 1218. THE C O NTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE IN C ONNECTI O N WITH HIS APPARATUS DEVI C ES OR WILL PREVENT THE LOSS OF THE ACTIVE MATERIAL. HE MUST GUARANTEE THAT, ACTUAL OPERATING C0NrITI0NS, THE M I NEi'lAL WI LL NOT FLOI!, (JUT \,,11 TH THE SOFT ,'IHER /\NY SOFTENING RUN, WHEN THE MOMENTARY RATE OF FL OW.TH80UGH APPARATUS DOE S NOT EXCEED 10 GALLONS PER MI NUTE. THERE SHALL JE N 0 I I N THE TURQIDITY OF THE WATER PASSING THROUGH NOR SHALL ANY SLUGS OF DI <1T COME THF\OUGH INI TH THE SOFTENED v':ATEfi WI TH MOMENTARY FLOW OF 10 GALLONS PER MINUTE OR J ELOW. 1219. WATEfi TO JE CONNECTET' T O THE C OLI' W.:,TGi SUPi'L Y T O THE HOT WATER ANT TO FED LINE HEATING :0ILCR. SOFTENER TO CE LOCATEr ADJACENT TO ENGINEER'S SINK IN CASEMENT, O R AS I'IRECTET. THE F ROM SOFTENER TO DISCHARGE INTO SINK. 1220. WATER SOFT E NER T.\NK DEFORE SH I PMENT SHALL RECE I VE :, SHOP C OAT OF PAINT. 1221. CONTRACT':":'K MUST I NSTRU"T THE GOVEiiNMENT EM;->LOYH FULLY /\S Te, THE OPE :IAT ION OF THE WilTER SOFTEtJGl, H 0 W WHEN TO r1ESTORE THE MATERIAL WITH SALT, KINr O F WHERE TO 3E ETC. HE MUST ALSd FURNISH CUSTOIIAN WITH A TYPEWRITTEN OR PRINTED S5T OF INST,UCT 1.0NS AS TO THE OPErIAT I (I[\J ,)F THE AP"AR,'>.TUS. 1222. AND SUPPORTS, F,\STG-JINGS, ETC.--,\LL /\C3 C'VE JASEMENT FLOOR OR GROUNrSHALL 2E HUNG WITH C O NSTRUCTED IN f,CC')RT' I\NCE WITH rVIISCEUJ\NE CUS No. Sf"/',CET' NOT OVEtl 10 FEET APAfiT. IN LIEU OF THE AND LEFT THREAI'Er TURN D UCKLE INDICATED, CONTRACT O R MAY USE A ON ONE ONLY, THE Ro:I' /\T THE EN!) T,") SL I P THE C0RE CJF THE TURNCUCKLE 5 ANrA=ED D0 RE OTHERWISE SECURSD. 1223. IN CASf. '")F SOIL r,[\JD '!'J.1\STE PI;)ES F C"FlJ. INI'IVI:'U/\L TOILET lC:MS TO THE M.'\IN STACKS AN? ,WING T : V'HICH ARE N ')T OF NECESS I TY LOW EN0 UGH TO IT HANGf.:IS n ; ;2 r DE \',11 TH TURNOUCKLE, THE TURNJUCKLE M A Y OMITTE? 1224. IN LIEU 'IF INl'ICATr:T N o 305-1, MAY, IF HE ELECTS, USE TYPE OF ?IPE HANGEn II!ITH RODS, ETC. NOT LIGHTE,'I THAN IN:"IC/\TC' 0 N T';jAIJIING N 0 305-1 P':''lViniNG SAMPLE IS SU OMITTEI' TO THIS ANT' BAND OR CLEVIS TYPE HANGfORS MAY l3E USE]). HANGERS MUST JE ')F i\ '::'[8 I GN 'HH I CH 1.'11 LL PE ;\[,11 T REM()VAL /'.NT.' rlEPLt,CEMI:"NT OF GAND /\NI' I': I THOUT REM0V I NG THE f l PF.:. 1225. BRASS NICKEL PLATED PIPE SHALL DE DY SUITAOLE CASTDRASS FIN I SHED N I CKEL-PLATEJ' SUPP ,Oi1TS. '\U. l'OL.1s, SCREWS, ETC., SUCH SHALL HAVE ALL EXPOSED ETC., FINISHEI' NICKEL PLATED. PIF'ES ,WN F.;CE OF I!fALL SH/\LL Hr\VE NOT LESS TH:,N 3/4 INCH AND NCT OVER I INCH CLE/\R : \NCE OETWEENPIPE /\Nf' F(ICE OF W;'\LL. 1226. WHERE AHE T 0 tREE 8TAN:::'ING rJiAR::LE, SLATE, SQ,\P STONE, OR GLASS THEY 3Hi'.LL J E FM3TENE' WITH 1/4-INCH C :;ASS DOLTS. TRIMMINGS, TAMK8, FIXTURE DRACKETS, OR WORK ARE SECURED TO MASONRY WALLS THEY SHALL ::;E F!'.STENEr WI TH 1/4-1 NCH DRASS EXPANSION DOLTS NOT LESS 4 INCHES LONG; TO TERRA COTTA WALLS FRK -164

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ST .. i\UGUSTINE9 FL,\., P.O. ANDCU.H. P AflT I T I '")NS If'l l TH I NCH F 1GGLE: r:,i"l TH"i'''I.)i: H :;OLTS, ; Ti) PARTITI 0N S SCR E WS; T ry GYPSUM WITH 1/4-I NCH ::; RASS :;OLTS. IN CASEf: 0 FIXTU:iES Ai'1E SUP f'ORTED : : Y GYP SUM WALLS, I O t l STEEL PLAT;:::S 1;3 INCH THI CI<, 6 I N CHES WI J.;E, ANT N : ) T LESS TH,\N 24 INCHES L t)N G SHALL : E USE:' AT : ,/'ICK O F TH'iOUGH :;O L TS. THE Pli\T[S SH/\LL T'r l I LLE' T O R [ CE I VE /'IT LU. ST TWO COLTS 1227. WHE R E WOO!' USE!', SCRE0S SH ALL GO SOLI D w oer SUCH AS FLOOH JOISTS, OR S OLl r PIECES SET STU DS. WHERE TH ,:, O'JGH :OL TS ARE USEr., THEY SHALL :J [ P ROV I :':'E?' WI TH PLr, TES O d Wf,SHERS AT SET S O THAT NUT S A N D WASHERS '11 1 LL DE C ONCEALEr 'JY I J L ,'\STE; i EXf")SET HE/\T'S ( W ;::OL T 8 ,\N ; NUTS o j E HEXf,G O N WI TH i{ r;UND ET' T X S FINISHEr' l'.N' NICKEL PL ;'\TED, V.lITH NICKEL"PL,'\TEll HEXAGON NUTS TO C O NCEAL END OF 2CLTS NUTS AN7 HE:':C '3 J F SHp.LL [)E Pd()\j I WI TH N I CKC:L-jJ L A TET' Wi\SHERS. 1 228 EXP i, NSIClN SH:\LL : E 1/L'+-INcH ::;r" ,ss C")LTS WITH 20 T O THE I NCH O F SUF F I CIENT LENGTH T 0 LEAST 3 I N CHES INTO FITTEr Lo e SE O,i SLE E VES :: F Ll:: rJ GTH F l OjqlNG EXP ,\ N S I i" N SLE b:: VJ;: 8 IN THE S OLl T.' C ONCREE J R JRICK "'/\LL. THI S CU,USE /\Pf'LIES EXP!,NSION JOLTS ARE SPEC I FIE}' .' PIPE PIPE SLESVES MUS T :-3 UILT IN i'Lf\CE A S THE 1fJ/,,'_LS, F OOTING3, ETC., ARE L ; I I' UP. ,\LL F'I I E S P/\SSING THR:)UGH THE FL00R S W ALLS ETC. (EXCEPT FOR PIPES THH 0 UGH M E MJR f\ N E WALL S Pi r ES WALLS FOR WALL PI P ES THR DUGH EXTERI 0 R WALLS T O D ISC H ARGE I N TER l O R rOWNSPD UTS D I SCH/IRGI NG A T G r U ,DE) SiI/\LL Sf i:>;':OV I rET' W I TH P II' E SLE E VES UNDER THIS SECTI 0 N O F THe SPECIFICATl nN. PIPE SLEEVES THROUGH WALLS SH ALL D E CAST 1 1 0N, W R OUGHT IRON, STE e L PIPE SLEEVES, IN PLtCE, I/L't-I NCH SPACE ALL :'::ETl;lEEr1 SLEE' JE /';N:r i'l ;" F. r'ASS II\:G S, \ME. WALLS /\ f'lF. PUS T E ,\E:':' THF.: SLI::EVE S MU,'';T J E SUFF I C lENT LENGTH T O T 0 ; F PIPE SL E EVE S FOOTINGS ARE T O ::'E S flM E AS :J UT M UST Jf ') F SIZE T -' PAS S THE HU :::'S OF THE CAST S:'IL P I PE. SLFEVE S n r Nr) 26 U N ITEr STATES STAN D A R D GAUGE (0.019 INCH) Gf. LV /INIZC) lir' N SH:.LL : ; E I NSTflLLEI' WITH APi R OXIMATELY 1/4-INcH S PACE ALL ALL P IPI:: S HtW U G H WALLS, PARTITI ONS, AND FLOORS AGOVE J A S EMENT. I N CAS E S C OVERING IS USE r THE SL E EVES SHALL OF SUFFICIEN T SIZE T 0 PERMIT O F THE THE SLE EVE THE USUAL 1230. SLEEVES THClOlJGH i'lN::-':'!HICH A V'ATE nPR00FING WILL SECTI :')N O F THIS SPECIFICATI ,)N. 1 231. FLOOR, WALL AND CEILING UNCOVE:i1E r EXP OSEI' PIPES PASS FINISHEr WALLS, O R CEILINGS TH E Y SHALL J E FITTfE.D WITH FLOO R f \ NI' CEILI N G PLATES N : ) T TH /\ N .3/3? I NCH THICK. PLATES 0 N N ICKEL-PLATEr P IPE SH ALL D E CA2 T N ICKEL PLATES O N I ;O N Pli;' E SH t,LL S E C :\ST lilON :);j STEFL. WALL AI'm CEILING PLATES SHflLL HAVE S E T PI E C E PLATES ARE PREFERREI', GUT FLAT HINGED PLATES SET n N TH O SE FOR WALL AND CEILING, WILL D E ACCEPTE D EXCE P T F O R FIXTURE OUTFITS. 1232. WHERE NECESSARY T 0 C O VER ::JEt,DS "'IF F I TT I NGS SPEC I ilL crST 1 O R CAS T : RASS ESCUTCHE O N S SH ALL C E PR')VlnED FRK -165

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ST. ;,UGUSTINE, FLA., P.O ANI) CU '.'I:-1. 1233. COVERING.--ALL COLT f.,NT: ALL HOT W ATER PIPES IN THE :;11 I LT"I NG, I NGTESTEr SHALL iJE CLEANED AN:' THIS fEE:!' PIPING IN VENT SHAFT, I\NI' IN VIALL CHASES, /',NT' PIPING IN T"'IL:: T i,{r;)MS, EXCEPT THE DRASS PIPE. No UNIONS OF ANY KIN? ARE TO :E COVERED, AND COVDING SHf,lI_ : E NEATLY CN EACH ErE' rlF SUCH UNIONS PLASTIC 123<.. C VEFi I NG. FOR [" I PES SH,',Ll. SECTI0NAL fiEMGV/'. GLE, SOLI :-' ,'!OOL FELT CI)VERING NOT ') I.LESS THAN THICK LINED WITH A RETARDENT AND WATERP R 0 0 FEI' MATEilAL SUITAJ LE DOTH HnT AND 0R (B) FIRST-CLASS, SECTIONAL FELT O R WOnL M 0 LDEf PIPE IN WITH SPECIFICATION No. HH-P-386. 1235. ALL Pl i E cnVERING SHALL::IE J:\CKETE::' \ "'ITH ;!EIGHT C 0 TT ON CLOTH CANVAS P0T 0 N IN A MANNER, USING C 1ASS u.cQumET" TIN-PLATED ;J MH'S W'T "NE;':l 18 INCHES i\j" fl,r:T 'IF THICKNES S N0T LESS THAN N c 36 & SHARPE GAUGE (0.005 INCH) AND NOT LESS THAN I NCH IN \A! I DTH. AT EACH THE 'lF. SH,\LL :1 Tl.'1JO /\N::' fIT EACH TEE THERE SHALL 2 E THREE : /\NDS. C OVERING SHrILL FINISHEr PIPE HANGERS OCCUR. FITTINGS ANP SHALL J E COVEREr WITH CONTAINING NbT LESS THAN 35 PER CENT MAGNESIA AS CESTOS, WITH SUITACLE PLASTIC MATERIAL. COVERING ON FITTINGS MUST JC WITH A SMOOTH FLUSH PIPE Oil M;',y HAVE /'., CM-JVAS J:\CKET NEATLY FITTED i'-lNT' SEWEJ) ON. 1236. WHErlE SPACE NOT I T THE I ALLAT I,)N SECT I f)N,\L C ':.;vEdING, THE F'IF'ES IN CHASES tJ,;W H\VE THE COVECiING 0MITTET', THE CHASES ARE PACKED FULL OF w,)rL, 35 CENT MAGNESIA, ASSESTOS. 1237. IN TC'ILET i 1'l')I\AS "JHE
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, ST AUGU-:TI NE, FLi\., P. o. AND CU. H 1241. No SAMPLES OF COVr:RING ARE TO BE UNLESS CALLED FOR BY A LETTER FROM THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT, PU BLIC WORKS BRANCH. SU C H SAMPLES WHEN CALLED FOR MUST D EA R THE LAB EL OF THE MANUFACTURER. THE LAOEL OF THE J08J ER OR CONTRACTOR WILL NOT FULFILL THIS 1242. P/\lNTING.--/\LL PIPING i:WN IN THIWUGH C O NCRETr::, FLO' ) R FILL O : l TILE FLOORS SHALL El E GIVEN OW: COAT OF ACID R ESISTING prdNT Hf,.vIf\Ir; A CITUMASTI C OASE. THIS INCLUDES D RASS PIPE IN FLOO R FILL. ALL EXPOSED TH R EADS ON GALVANIZED PIPE THROUGHOUT THE DUILDING SHALL D E GIVEN ONE COAT OF SAME ACID RESISTING PAI.NT. 1243. AFTEri Sf'r::C I F I ED TESTS (EXCEPT SMOKF. TEST) HAV E EJEDJ Ml\DE ALL EXPOSED IRON WORK INCLUDING OUTSIDE OF CAST IrION SINKS, STANDS, liND ALL EX t 'OSED ?IPING (EXCEPT THAT TO BE SHriLL BE GillEN TWO COATS OF LEAD AND OIL PAINT. GALVANIZED PIPE SHALL 8 E VARNISHED JEING P A INTED. UNFINISHED EXF'OSED J RASS IS TO :JE P;\INTEDSAME ;'1.S IRON WORK G /\Lvi\NIZED SMOKE I-'I E F ,-{OM rh\TEi HEATER IS NOT TO iJE PAINTED SAME AS IRON W0RK. GALVANIZED SMOKE PIPE FROM WATEl HEATER IS N O T TO DE PA INTED GUT MUST : E CLEANED. 1 2 44. ALL EXPOSED N()NC ONDUCTING COVERING D E GIVEN TWO COATS OF COLD WATER PAINT, OR LIGHT COLORED. PI f E COVERING CANDS SHf,LL ot: PLACED AFTER f'A I NT IS D riY. 1245. FINISHING TINTS SHPILL D E ;\8 CONSTiiUCTION ENGINEER, OUT VARIOU S COLOHSTO DESIGNATE THE SERVICES (HOT, COLD, CULATING, ETC.), wILL W ; T DE riEQUI,iED. 1246. TESTS OF. 1f\JG /,Ni) [;R,\ 1W,GE SYSTEM --THE ENT 1::,[ SYSTEM O F SOIL, WASTE, DRAIN, AND VENT PIPING, THE INTEKIOR DOWNSPOUTS, AND F{A I N-WATEii I N/',GE SYSTEM, MUST BE T [ STED I ,r I TH Oel A I R, AS HEREINAFTER DESCRIDED, AND PRO V E D TIGHT TO SATISFACTION OF THE CONSTriUCTION ENGINEER 9EFOHE THE IMMEDIATE CONNECTION IS MADE TO CITY SEWER, TRENCHES OACKFILLED, F'I?ING COVEi'lEP, FIXTUiiES COi'J!\iECTED. TEST I NG I NST MUST D E FURN I SHED DY THF.: 1247. TESTS MUST 3F M!',DE Vo'( TH E XGTT tHEN IS DANGFri Ft'lOM FREEZING, TH E T E ST MUS T :;E l \ I :,\ W OCJDEN PLUGS A;iE NOT T O L 3 E USED I f\! M r.K I NG TE S T S THE C O N i JECTI THE DUI LDI NG AND THE CITY THE THE FLOOR ARE T'J DE TESTED SEf AKt, Ti=:l Y. 1248. CLAY riPE I;, r-,)OT TO DE AS HEHE I NCEFORE SI'EC I FlED, TRENCHES MUST NOT :JF. : .'tICKF I Ll.ED UNT I L THE PI f' I N G I S I NSI'ECTED AND AP3 Y THE CONSTRUCT I (IN ENGI 1249. WATER TESTS.--THE CONNECT I ON mOM c u I LDI NG THE C I TV SEWEr, AND THE I N/\ GE SYSFM 9ELO\': [3 ASEMENT FLO O i A ilE EACH TO [J E FILLED WITH TO TOP OF A VC\TIC:IL SECTION or PIPE 10 FEET HIGH (EXCEPT CLAY TO THE HIGHEST P OINT ON THE LINES TO DE TESTED, AND THE WATER ALLOWEJ:I T0 STAND l\T LEAST 30 MINUTF.'SFori INSPECTION, AFTER iF THE LINES TIGHT, THE WATER IS TO DE DRAWN OFF, IMME D IATE CONNECTION MADE WITH CITY SEWER AND OACKFILLED. THE SOil, WASTE, DRAIN, AND VENT PIPING, THE INTERIOR DOWNSPOUTS, AND RAIN-WATER A JOVE THE LINE MUST HAVE THE OPEN I NG PLUGGED WHERE NE.CESS A 1Y ANI' THE PIP I N G SYSTEM A::OVE.[) :\SEMENT FLOOri FILLED WITH WATER TO THE LEVEL OF M AIN R00F GUTTERS ON TOP OF VENT PI PES :\ND ALLOWE,. TO STAN D /" T LEAST 30 MINUTES I NSF'ECTI ON, AFTER WHICH, IF THE LINES TIGHT, THE WATER I S T O DE OFF ANr THE FiiK -167

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ST. AUGUST1NE, FLA., p.O. AND CU..H. FIXTURES CON"IECTEli. EACH V ERT I C;,L ST ,,\CK :,\[;OVE J ASEMENT FLO O R WITH ITS O RANCH ANn VENT PIPES MAY C E TESTED SEPARATeLY 8Y INSERTING PLU G S IN THE AT D ASE O F IN LIEU OF FILLING ENTIRE SYSTEM IN GUILDING WITH WATER. 1 2 51. A I R TESTS.--A P ,iESSURE O F W: T TH /\N 10 POUNDS PE l SQUA R E INCH, EQUAL TI) 20 I NCHE8 ) F MEHCURY, M U ST :-:iE SU['F'L IEI' IN I TH A FORCE PUfvW A N D SAID PRES SURE MAINTAINED AT LEAS T 15 MINUTES WITHOUT LEAKAGE. A C OLUMN GAUGE MUST 3 E USED IN MAKI N G All TESTS. 1252. SMOKE TESTS.--flFTE R ,\LL FIXTURES H/W E S EEN PEiiMANENTL Y C,)NNECTED, f \ SMOKE TEST MUST ::'E /\Pf L I E:;:J T O THE S;'.N I SYST EM \ N n THE ENTl iif=: SYSTEM TI GHT, TO THE SATISFACTI N G F THE C O NSTFWCTI ON ENGINEER, WHEN FILLEn WITH SMOKE PRES SURE EQUA L T O I INCH I)F IfIATER. THE SMOKE MUST NOT O E PiiO DUCED c:.; Y CHEM I C;,L t .11 XTURES. 1253. TEST OF W ATER SUPPLY SYSFlvl.--AT THE COMPLETION O F THE EXCEPT APPLICATI O N OF THE C OVERINGS, THE SUPPLY S YSTEM MUST J E TF.STI:"D T O A HYDROST AT I C PRESSU: l E O F 100 r-' OUNDS TO THE S QUAr
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 14,0)0 B.T.U. pnUNr 8 CENT ASH. THE RATING ADOVE N O TED MUST J E IN THE STEEL INSTI"TUTE CODE. 1262. BOILER TO Dr:: SET T.",IClECTLY ON BASEMENT FLC)C":R AND MUST N:.H S[ SET IN f'L ..\GE UNT I L THE FLO(,,,'i UI\J:JER SNJlE IS FINISHED. 1263. BOILERS TRIN'i',f;INGS.--THE :-;oILEr1 S ( d E F .l D E rR0VITlED V}ITH AS SPECIFIED ON i /\GE 7, PARAGj',{,PH 104. SAFETY VALVES T O D E N O T LESS THAN rlAMETER THE S OlLER IS TO HAVE ONE SAFETY VALVE. THE PRESSURE GAUGE MUST DE COMPOUND TYPE FOR 30 pOUNrs t,N:" 30 INCHES IN LIEU elF STR/\!GHT TYPE. THE GAUGE OOLUMN MUST :r CONNFCTEr WITH A 6ROSS AT ::OTTOlvl. Cr{')ss TO Ht,VE il selL I" 'JRASS PLUG I N ONE OPEN I NG T O SERVE AS A CLEAN-OUT AND COTTOM OPENING TO JE WITH A PIPE FITTED "VITH A GL c")CE VALVE AN:;) TERMINATING 12 INCHES AJOVE FLOOR. 1264. BOILER FEED AND DRI,IN.--Fu;mlsH AN:-' INST ..\LL :!OILEK FEED AND DRAIN EACH JOllER AS SHOWN ON SEE PAGE 7 ..\PHS I 08 AN D 109. Bo I LEf-l FEET,S T" :JE I INCH r I AMETER {,ND DRAINS 3/4 INCHES. 126'5'. FIRING TOOLS.--FuRI'JISH FlfilNG TCl'iL S AS SF'ECIFIED ON PAGE 8, I 1 0. 1266. Sfv10KE BREECHING.--Fu;'NISH r,N, INSTALI_ S fJlO KE C"E[CHING. SEE fll.GE 8, Pll.RAGRAPH III. THE COLLA,i C(\ST-lr"lON I'JATEr'( HEATEFl IS TO OMITTED AS SAME WILL DE TO THE SMOKE FLUE. ... 1267. PIPES 9 FITIINGS, ETC.--FuHNISH ,',N;"' INST ALL ALL MAINS, iJR:\NGHES, ETC., 11.S SHOWN ON I'" N /I NGS, O, l f'lEQ 'JI G FO, i 1\ COMPLETE SYSTEM. SEE AGES 8 II.N:" 19 P/\R:\GRAPHS 118 124. ALL STEAM RETURN PIPING IS TO BE STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL SPECIFICATION No. WiVP-403. IN LIEU OF SCREWED FITTINGS, CONTRACTOR M/l,Y, IF HE SO DES I RES, WELD f, LL BL;,CK STEAM AND RETURN PIPE 2-1/2 I NCHES AND LARGER USING WELDING ROD OF THE SAME AS THE PIPE. MAY BE FORMED BY WELDING NOZZLES ONTO THE BUT FAGTORY MADE WELDING FITTINGS MUST BE USED FOR ELBOWS. MITRED JOINTS IN LIEU OF FACTORY MADE WELDING FITTINGS BE PERMITTED. 1268. WHERE COUPL I NGS ARE USED THEY ARt TO BE EXTRr-, HEAVY LINE PIPE COUPLINGS IN LIEU OF ST A NDARD WEIGHT COUPLINGS. 1269. STEt\M MA 1NS ,"IRE TO FJ I TCH DOWN BO I LEIlS TO ENDS OF RUNS WITH A UNIFORM GHI\DE OF NOT lESS THAN 1,12 INCH IN 10 FEET. I RETURN INS MlE TO PITCH DOW N IN D I fiECT ION OF 'N I TH A UN I FOR:,., GRADE OF NOT LESS TH.,\N 1/2 I NCH IN 10 FEET. 1271. BRANCH FRor} MAINS TO RJI.DIr.TOHS (,ND RISERS TO PITCH UP FROM MAINS NOT LESS THi\N 2-1/2 INCHFS IN 10 FEET IF POSSIBLE. BRANCH CONNECTIONS FROM RISERS TO RADIATORS ARE TO PITCH UP FROM RISERS TO RADiATORS NOT LESS TH.',N I INCH IN 10 FEET IF'POSSIBLE. 1272. STE;,M CON NECTIONS FOR RADIATORS i\ND ARE TO BE TAKEN OUT OF TOPS OF M,\ I NS OR AT AN ANGLE OF 45 DEGREES ABQVE CENTER LINE OF RETURN CON NECTIONS MAY BE MADE INTO TOP OR SIDE OF MAINS OR AT AN ,\NGLE OF 45 DEGREES ABOVE CENTEFI LINE OF r ,tLl.l N$. F i K -169

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., p.O. AND.CU.H. 1286. 1/2 INCH 1000 POUNDS; .3/4 INCH T::IArS, 2000 l'OUNr:S; I NCH HIM'S, 3000 1-1/4 I NCH mAPS, 4000 POUNDS; 1-1/2 INCH T:-lt,rJG, 60u o 1287. T,u,p, s SHALL IJ[ SET SO f'<8 TO f'ERi'.1IT GFlf,VITV FLOW TO SAME. TO SET ON ON FLOOR AS INDICATED W ) TE D OTHEfi Ti\,",PS ARE T 0 G E SET ON H"J.VY STEEL Oil CAST-I RON SHELVES PROPE :lLY SECUREI' TO Wf,LLS WITH EXP.'.NSI "N lJOLTS. IF ;lESlflED OY I NVERTC; OUCKET TRAPS, I FUSED, rloi Y 8E SUr>PC iHED GY eu IT AOLE PIPE HANGERS. 128:;" ARE TO D E INSTALLEr' WHE1E SW'WN ON !:.If\WINGS. SEE P/l,GE 10, PARAGlfJ'HS 136 TO 140, INCLUSIVE. 1289. Hi\ND CONTROL R/illIATOR V;\LVES.--DI :=lECT ::11'1::-:1 {,TORS EACH TO H,WE A HP,ND CONTI\OL FlAPI ATOR V{\LVE ')N THE sn,,'\rli CONNECTIDN. SEE PAGES 10 AND I I, 143 TO 145 I NCLUS I VE. STEMS OF fILL HAND f,0NTROL ij,'\I'1 V ,'\LVES, EXCEPT ON THE CONCEALET :.TORS AilE TO DE SET TICAL. 1290. THEOOST;\TIC TR/,PS.--THERMOSTATIC TRAPS (,RE T ) DE I NSTf,LLC', 0N RETURN END OF EACH N OTED r'RAWINGS AND NECESSAFiY TO ffit" N THE SYSTEM. P i \ GE I ;), r 'AR,.'I,GRM'HSI60 TO 164, I N-' ClUSIVE. UNLESS NOTED ON rlAWINGS ARE TO BE 1/2 INCH. 1291. THE THERMUST,'\T I C ELEMn!TS N 0 T D E PLACE:;:; IN Dr,PS UNT I L THE SYSTEM HAS S EEN ALL POCKETS, ETC., CLEAnED OF DIRT, SCALE, ETC. COVES,:rC., MUST [.r::: P,lOVIDED DY CONTi'1ACTOR FOi'l USE PrilOfl TO THIS TIME. EXPOSED R;\DI,\TORS.--FuRNISH r .N:) INSTi"LL RArl/\ TO ; W :,S NJTEr SE E PAGE 12, TO 172, INCLUSIVE. 1293. CONCEi\l.ED RADI!,TORS.--CONCEALET RAl.J {,TORS ARE TO DE INSTALLED l,IJHEriE SH:,)'f:!N ON DnA'IJINGS. THE': IN THE LooL',Y IN THE f,D;:ITION SHALL CE NONFEfmous CONVECTOR TY,'J::, AS DI ;IECTET.' THE CONTRACTOR. THE IN THE LODY IN THE (:l.]) r'OFlTl ':')N OF THE ['UILDING MAY LiE FERrlOVS ').1 N ONFErUOUS CONVECTO i i TYI-'E, GR CAST I RON TUGE TYPE AS THE CONTRACTOR. MUST SE SUITAOLE FOR THE SPACES AVAILACLE AN1: ALL NECESS/\"W SHEFT A".J:'" INSULATION QU I RE:!l FO;'i P fiornl I NSTt.LU\T I DE FURN I SH[D I NSTALLED 1HE DESIGN OF 'RADIATORS MUST DE SUCH THAT THE RADIATOiiS MAY DE EASILY OR AFTER c nMPLETION O F THE QUILDING. ALL SHEET METAL ENCLOSURES MUST DE HEAVILY GALVANIZED VISIDLE PORTIONS O F SAME MUST DE PAINTED AS rIRECTET.'. 1294. THE CAPAC I TV O F THE RArl ATOilS MUST 8E W)J LESS TH,'\N NOTEI' ON 7,';iAWINGS AN::::', IF CONSII"-t'RET' NECESS{"W, THE ;'/ELI,'\JILITY nF C,'\T,'\LOGUE ;iATINGS \'JILL DE ;:E'T ERMINEI' EITIi;::" OY THE OF OR 3Y THE SU3MISSION OF CERTIFIED TEST SHEETS FR0M A QUAllFIET TESTING LAOORATORY D EFORE 1295. NONCONDUCTING COV!:RINGS.--AFTEii THE APPMiATUS Hr.S TESTED APPROVED, THIS MUST COVEil THE THE SMOKE OREEPHING AND ALL STEAM AND RETUIiN PIPEi, JOllEil FEED PIPING, FITTINGS, AND VALVES IN THE GUILT'ING (EXCEPT EXPOSEr' VAC ,ULJM PIPES AN" EXPOSEr STEtlM,RUN-OUTS FROM RISErlS TO ,-iADIATORS AeQVE F ,IRsr FLOOR) WI'TH NONCONDutTING FIREPROOF COVERING PUT ON IN FIRST-CLAS S ANI' APPROVEI' MANNER. SEE PAGE 13, PARAGiiAPHS 174 TO 183, INCLUSIVE. SCRAP PI EC'ES MUST NOT uE WHERE A FULL LENGTH SECTION WOULD FIT. AFTER CONCEALED RUN-OUTS AND FRK -t71 ... -'

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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. THE STEAM ANT RETURN RISERS IN CHASES ANT' IN HAVE OEEN TESTED ANr PfiOVE7: T I GflT, f,S HEHE I NAFTEi1 SPEC IF I ET' THEY MUST :: E C OVERED. 1296. WHERE SPACE ;i0 ES N ,")T PEF,MIT T O D E USED ON PIPES IN CHASES, THE CHASES C 0 NTAINING MAY 3E FULL OF ASCESTOS OR PLASTIC MATEi11 AL. PIPING T O JE C OVEREr SAME AS COLr.-l,:/ATER i'l PE IN "PLUiAD I NG". 1297. PLASTIC CGVEiilNG FOM y,,\LVES / I N:-FITTINGS PI FINISHE:-' FLUSH WITH PIPE COVERING WHERE 1298. N0 FL/\NGES C) i UN I O NS TO C E COVE:iF.?, JUT THE COVEii I NG MUST DE NEATLY TERMINATED 8N EACH ENT OF WITH PLASTIC TR O WELED ON A DEVEL. 1299. TO CE COVEREr' WITH F'L.I\STIC f.Al\TEi1I/\L, LESS THAN 1-1/2/rHICK/REINFORCETi \:JITH 'JllilE NETTING, AN? FINISHEr" I!! ITH A HARI:, SMOj' TH i\ v n ril
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., P.O. AND CU.H. 1306. EQUIPMENT MUST INCLUBE SUITACLE RECEIVER. MOTO:1S ARE TOGE WOUND FOR 230 VOLTS, 3 PHASE, 60 CYCLES, ALTENNATING CURRENT AND TO DE AS HEREINA30VE SPECIFIED UNDER AND CONNECTIONS, GENERALLY. MAKE ALL ELECTRICAL ,",ND PIf)ING C'.lNNECTl r)NS C OMPLETE. PIPE CONNECTIONS SHALL HAVE UNIONS. 1307. PA INT I NG.--PA; tilT "'l,..L WORK AS SPEC I F I ED ON PAGE 15, PARAGRAPHS 202 TO 206, INCLUSIV:::. ONE COAT OF PAINT FOR THE DREECHING SHALL DE APPLIED AT THE SHOP. PAINTING INCLUDES PIPES (COVERED OR UNCOVERED) MOTORS, TANKS, AND MACHINERY IN BASEMENT IN FINISHED ROOMS THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING. 1308. RADIATORS LOCATED BEHIND GRILLES ANI: INSIDE MUST ALSO DE P;'. INTED. 1309. COLD-WATER PAINT MAY SE USED ON PIPE COVERING IN LIEU OF ASOESTOS PAINT IF DESIRED QY CONTRACTOR. 1310. CLEANING OF HEATING AND VENTI LP,TING APP;\R,\TUS.--RAT:IATORS, JOILERS, ANn PIPING MUST JE THOROUGHLY CLfANED OF ALL GREASE, IRON CUTTINGS AND OTHER REFUSE SHOULI ANY PIPE, ETC., CESTOPF'ED UP DY SUCH REFUSE, SHOULD THE OOILE-lS For, M OR ;'RIME I'UE TO OIL OR Gi1EASE IN THE SYSTEM AFTER THE APPARATUS HAS GEEN, THE CONTRACTOR WILL DE REQUIRED TO PAY FOR DISCONNECTING CLEANING AND RECONNECTING SUCH PIPE AND FOR WASHING OUT WITH WATER CONTAINING SODA fO REMOVE OIL AND GREASE. 131 I. DEFORE FINAL TEST 8F THE THE MUST SE WASHED OUT WITH WATER CONTAINING SODA TO FREE DOILE1S FROM 01 L. THE wr;SHI NG I S COMPLETEr), THE S ODA WATER SH,ALL DE REMOVED THROUGH A TEMPORARY CONNECTION IN SAFETY VALVE OPENING WHILE THE ANE HOT OY COLD WATER THROUGH THE FEED LINE INTO BOTTOM OF OOILERS. 1312. OF ,\PPAR,-\TUS.--T:::STS TO DEMGNSBATE THE CAPACITY SPECIFIED AND GENERAL OF ALL APPARATUS, ETC., ARE TO DE MADE AT TIME OF FINAL INSPECTI 8N, UNDER CONDITIONS I MPOSED OY HIM. 1313. ALL PIPES RUN IN SPACE S CHA SES PARTITIONS MUST TESTED, IN THE pnr::SENCE OF THE ENGINEER, TO A HY:;'ROSTATIC P"ES8URE OF )J POUNrs PER I NCH P rlOVE:8 TIGHT UNi. : R TH IS PRESSU1E DEFORE SAME ARE CONCEALEr. 1314. BEFORE MhKING FOLLOWING WORKING TEST, SET SAFETY VALVES TO LIFT AT 10 POUNDS SQUARE INCH. THE CONTRACTOR .18 T O FURNISH SUF FICIENT FUEL, OIL, ETC., TO MAKE A WORKING TEST OF THE APPARATUS WITH STEAM PRESSURE OF 10 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH IN THE PRESENCE OF A REPriESENTfiVE OF THE Ass I ST ANT DI RECTOl OF THE P ilOCUREMENT DI V I S I ON,... WOnKS BRANCH. FROM THE TIME OF STARTING FIRES UNTIL A STEAM PRESSURE OF 10 POUNES PER SQUARE INCH IS MAINTAINE r THE,E MUST DE NO ..... ING OR SNAPPING NOISES IN Plf'lNG OR RADIATORS, ANP THE WATER LEVEL IN THE MUST NOT FLUCTU/I.TE VI0LENT.LY Oei EXCESSIVELY, !JOILEii .:IND PIPING MUST DE FREE FROM LEAKS: 1315. VACUUM PUMPS, AND OTHER MACHINERY MUST DEVELOP THE CAPACITIES 1316. ANY ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS, ETC., NECESSARY TO CAUSE THE EQUIPMENT TO FULFILL THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS SPECIFICATI0N SHALL DE MADE JY THE WITHOUT FUNTHER REMUNERATION FROM THE GOVERNMENT. FRK -173-:

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ST., FLA., U.S.P.O. & ClJ.HO. CONDUIT AND WIRING SYSTEM 131'1. SCOPE OF WffiK.--THIS PORTION OF THE SPECIFICATION INCLUDES THE OF ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL NECESSARY TO INSTALL A COMPLETE CONDUIT AND WIRING SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING, CLOCKS AND FANS, AND POWER, CONDUIT SYSTEM FOR VAULT, MD A CONDUIT SYSTEM FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE, ALL 'AS DESCRIBED HEREIN AND INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS. 131 8 REFERENCES If'.: THIS PORTION OF THE SPECIFICATION TO PAG.ES ,AND PARAGRAPhS ["EAN S PAGES fWD Ir l : THE ST/'INDARD SPEC I F I CA T Fun t:LECTR ICAL f v1ATER IALS i'lND FOR BU ILDINGS UNII:R THE TRE,ISURY DEPARTf,/HJT, PROCUREIVlErH D I VI S I ptjSL I C WORKS i3RANCH AUG.UST 1935, VIHICH REFERENCES Pi,RT OF THIS SPECIFIC,!,TItJ\j nND : \ C:YY OF S,\II E iV:,.\Y BE PROCLRED ON i1PPLlCf...TION TO THE ASSISTANT D I RECTOR OF PROCLREM ENT. 1319. DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEMS--FOR I C L I OKf ING:FfiNS ,;ND POWER.--FROi J l A POINT 25 F"EET UP ON FLORIDA PO',IJER AND LIGHT Co.'s POLE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF KING APPROXIMATELY 75 FEET FROM BUILDING LINE AT POINT OF ENTRY, CONDUIT SHALL BE RUN DOWN POLE UNDER GROUND TO THE LIGHTING SERVICE ENTRANCE CABINET, hND THENCE TO THE FEEDER CABINET. FROM THIS CABINET, FEEDER CONDUITS SHALL BE RUN TO THE VARIOUS MOTOR LOCATIONS AND DISTRIBUTION CABINETS, FRO M WHICH BRANCH CONDUITS SHALL BE RUN TO ALL OUTLETS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS. 132.). THE SYSTEtl/, SHt,LL BE 3 FOUR WIRE 120-2JS VOLT AND CONNECTED WITH NEUTRAL GROUNDED. THREE WIRE 8RANCHES TO I\LL LOCAT IONS WILL PROV IDE 3 PH,'ISE 2De VOLT CU;;FiDIT. FOUR VI IRE FEEDERS TO LIGHTING DISTRIBUTION P/INELS WILL PROVIDE 120 VOLTS FRO I NEUTRAL TO ;,NY PH;,SE. bR,;NCHES SHALL BE 2 'lJIRE SINGLE PHASE. THE BRic,NCH CIRCUITS SHALL BE EVENLY ON THE THREE 1321. FUR SERVICE.--FROM A POINT NEAR TOP OF THE TELEPHONE COMPhNY'S POLE, LOCATED WHERE NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS, MAIN CONDUIT SHALL BE RUN DOWN POLE AND UNDER-GROUND TO JUST INSIDE 8hSE MENT WALL, AND TER MINATED BITH BUSHING FLUSH WITH INSIDE OF W H LL. FROM h POINT 3 FEET ENTRANCE CONDUIT, CONDUIT OF SIZE NOTED B E RUN EXP05EL CEILING TO THE ; \ \AIN TER hHNAL C;\BINET. FRl) H THIS Cf,BINET 1-Il,jCH CONDJITS ARE TO BE RUN TO THE VARIOUS FLOOR AND W ALL OUTLETS IN THE POST OFFICE PORTION OF THE BUILDING AS SHOWN. FRO M THE MAIN TER MINAL CABINET CONDUIT OF SIZE NOTED BE RUN TO THE JUNCTION CABINET ON FLOOR. FROM THIS CABINET CONDUITS OF SIZES SHOWN SHALL BE RUN TO THE VARIOUS WALL FLOOR BOXES AS SHOWN ON THE PLANS. No. 1 4 GALVANIZEil FjSH WIRE BE PULLED IN ALL CONDUITS OF THIS SYSTEM. 1322. c mru ITS.--EACH CONDU I T SYSTEM MUST BE INSTALLED C01,lPLETE FROiJl END OF SE,WICE CONDUIT i.T POLE or{ OTHER POINT OF TO ALL OUTLETS SHOWN ON Ok HEREIN SPECIFIED. SEE PAGES 2, 4, PARAGRAPHS 4 TO 14 INCLU S IVE. 1323. ,",ND W / ,LL OUTLET l3OXES.--E,;CH CLOCK, EXTENSIO N SWITCH AND RECEPTACLE OUTLET AND EACH TELEPHONE, VAULT PROTECTION OUTLET SHOWN ON DRAWINGS OR SPECIFIED SH ALL BE PROVIDED WITH AN OUTLET BOX. SEE PAGES 4, 5, hND 6, PARAGRAPHS 15 TO 33 I NCLUS I VE. No. 26.-V1ALL SW ITCH OUTLETS SHALL BE SET 4 FEET 6 INCHEi ABOVE FLOOR. FHB -174

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ST. I\UGUSTINE, U.S .P.O. & CU.HO 1324. WEATHERPROOF ENTRANCE FITIII'!GS.--EACH SERVIC. E CONDUIT ON POLE SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH A WEATHERPROOF ENTRANCE FITTING. SEE PAGE 6, PARAGRAPH 34. 1325. JUNCTION AND PULL BOXES.--S,EE PAGE 6, PARAGRAPHS 35 AND 36. 1326. FLOOR BOXES.--FuRNISH AND INSTALL FLOOR BOXES AT ALL LIGHT, TELEPHONe FLOOR OUTLETS. : SEE PAGE 7, PARAGRAPHS 37 AND 38. 1327. FLUSH SWITCHES.--FuRNISH AND INSTALL FLUSH SWITCHES AT ALL POINTS SHOWN OR NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS. SEE PAGES 7 AND 0,. PARAGR{I PHS 39 AND 40. 1328. PLUG RECEPTACLES.--FuRNISH AND INSThLL PLUG RECEPTACLES AT ALL WALL AND FLOOR OUTLETS' SHOWN ON THE PLANS. SEE PAGES 8 AND 9, PARAGRAPHS 41 TO 43 INCLUSIVE. 132j. ELECTR I C \iIATER COOLER .--AT LOCAT IONS IND ICATED ON PLANS, PROVIDE SThNDARD 10 AMPERE, 2EO-vOLT, PLUG RECEPTACLE ABOUT 18 INCHES ABOVE FLOOR FOR ELECTRIC WATER COOLER, WHICH WILL BE FURNISHED UNDER ANOTHER SECT)ON OF THIS SPECIFICATION. 1330. FAN HANG:::R AND RECEPTACLE.--PROVIDE A RECEPTACLE AND HANGER SEE PAGE 9, P ARAGRAPH 44. 1331. LAMP RECEPTACLES .--FURN I SH AND INSTALL LAMP ALL LAMP RECEPTACLE OUTLETS, SHOWN ON DRAWINGS. SEE PAGE 9, P;,Ri,GRi, PH. 45 1332. WIRELESS AND INSTALL WIRELESS CLUSTERS AT ALL WIRELESS CLUSTER OUTLETS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS. 9, P',Ri-.GRAPH: 46. 1333. CABINETS .--FURN ISH (IND I N SThLL ELECTR I C AND TELEPHONE ChBINETS AT ALL LOCATIONS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. SEE PAGE 4, 41 TO 49 INCLUSIVE. TELEPHONE TER MIN/,L C/,BINETS SHI\LL BE OF SIZES AS SHOWN ON DRAWJ.NGS. SEE PAGES 9 AND 10, PARAGkAPHS 47 TO 55 INCLUSIVE. 1334. 3t:rWICE I,ND IN ST;':.LL IN THE CABINETS SPECIFIED FUSED SERVICE SWITCHES AT LIGHTING AND POWER ENTRANCES. SEE PAGE S 10 t-.ND II, PM
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ST. AUGUSTINE, U.S.P.O. &CU.HO. 1338. F"USES ISH TWO COiv1PLETE SETS OF FUSES ALL SWITCHES REQUIRING FUSES. FUSES DISTRIBUTION BOARDS TO 8E 15 AM?ERES AND FOR OTHE R SWITCHES OF SIZES NOTED ON IF-AlfllhIGS. FUR!'II SH 4 EXTRA 25 Mvlf'EHE FUSES USE ON BRANCH CIRCUIT. ONt 3ET OF FUSES IS TO BE AND THE 0THEH SET IS TO BE DELIVERED IN THE OHIGIN;.L iJOXES TO THECONS "THUCTION ErK,INEE,\. SEE PilGE 13, Pi,,;,\GRhPH 71. FURNISH BREAKER ON ChNCCLLING MACHINE Cli;CUIT WIHI 25 THEHI,1"L TRI,") UNIT. 1:339. METER OO/'IRD.--FuRNISH AND INSTALL METER BOARD. SEE PAGE 15, PARAGRAPH 79. 1340 WIRlr,lG.--FuRNISH AND INSTALL '1IIRES AND CABLES. SEE PAGES 1 5 AND 16, PARAGRAPHS 80 TO 85 INCLUSIVE. 1341. G.ROUND CQl\lNECTIONS.--PROVIDE GROUND CONNECTIONS, SEE PAGES is AND 17, PARAGRhPH 87. 13,12. REAR EXTERIOR BRrlCKET F I:
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., U.S.P.O. & CU.HO. PARAGRAPH E-4. TYPE D SYSTEM IS TO BE OPERATED FROM THE LIGHTING CU8RENT IN THE BUILDING THROUGH SUITABLE TRANSFORMERS AND RECT I F I EFIS ;,ND [ vlANU"LLY CONTROLLED SW I TCHES AS POWER IS TO BE HiKEN FRO I,,) THE Mti I N FEEDER PANEL. THE CONTROL AND AUX 1LIARY IS TO BE INCLOSED IN A STEEL CABINET. E-4c. UNINTEHRUPTED SERVICE NOT REQUIRED. PARAGRAPH E-IB (I). THE CASES OF SECONDARY CLOCKS LISTED BELOW, TO BE FINISHED IN DARK BROWN WITHOUT LUSTRE. ALL SECONDARY CLOCKS HAVE CONVEX COVER GLASSES. PARAGRAPH E-IB (2). THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE LISTS ALL SECONDARY CLOCKS INCLUDED IN THE FLOOR 10 INCH FI 6 SECOND---------------------1 1 TOTAL INSTALLED 17 SP,\RES (NOT INSTALLED) __ TOTAL 18 1348. THE EQUIPMENT FOH EITHER SYSTEM MUST BE THE PRODUCT OF MANUFACTURERS OF ESTABLISHED REPUTATION AND MUST BE TO WHICH HAS BEEN IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION AT LEi.ST TWO YEfIRS. 1:349. THE CLOCK SYSTEM CONDUITS, WIRING, CABINETS, ETC., SHI\LL BE OF THE NECESSARY SIZE TO ACCOMMODATE THE PARTICULAR INSTALLED. 1350. THE FUhNISHING AND INSTALLf.TION OF INTERIOR LIGHTING FIXEXCEPT THE LIGHTING FIXTURES HEREINBEFORE SPECIFIED WILL BE COVEhED UNDER A SEPAHhTE CONTRACT AND WILL HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH THIS w. E. REYNOLDS, ASSIST;,NT DII).ECTOH OF PROCUf,EMENT, PUlJL I C WOi{KS SHANCH. FRB -177

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