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Title: Request For Bid Arrivas House Porch Repairs
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Title: Request For Bid Arrivas House Porch Repairs
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Creator: CRG Architects Planners, Inc.
Publisher: CRG Architects Planners, Inc.
Publication Date: 2000
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
46 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Arrivas House (Saint Augustine, Fla)
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
        Table of Contents
    Invitation to Bid
        00020-1
        00020-2
    Instructions to Bidders
        00100-1
        00100-2
    Proposal Form
        00300-1
        00300-2
        00300-3
        00300-4
        00300-5
    Summary of Work
        01010-1
    Submittals
        01300-1
        01300-2
        01300-3
        01300-4
        01300-5
        01300-6
        01300-7
        01300-8
        01300-9
        01300-10
        01300-11
        01300-12
        01300-13
    Quality Control
        01400-1
        01400-2
        01400-3
    Demolition
        02050-1
        02050-2
    Rough Carpentry
        06100-1
        06100-2
        06100-3
    Painting
        09900-1
        09900-2
        09900-3
        09900-4
        09900-5
        09900-6
        09900-7
        09900-8
        09900-9
    Drawing
        Sheet A-1
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March 27, 2000


SRequest

SFor Bid
I
, Arrivas House

I Porch Repairs
I
I
City of St. Augustine
St. Augustine Florida


CRG
ARCHITECTS( ()
PLANNERS/ INC
S133 Marine Street Suite 2
SSt. Augustine, FL 32084


CRG PROJ. NO. 2003A


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REQUEST FOR BID
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOR
ARRIVAS HOUSE PORCH REPAIR
CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA


DIVISIONISECTION
Cover Page
Table Of Contents


SECTION TITLE


PAGES
1 only
TOC-1 only


BIDDING REQUIREMENTS,
CONTRACT FORMS, AND
CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT


Invitation To Bid
Instructions To Bidders
Proposal Form


00020-1 only
00100-1 to 2
00300-1 to 5


1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Summary of Work
Submittals
Quality Control
Demolition
Rough Carpentry
Painting


01010-1 only
01300-1to 13
01400-1 to 3
02050-1 to 2
06100-1 to 3
09900-1 to 9


DRAWING
Sheet A-1


Floor Plans/ Building Elevations/ Details/ Notes


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00021
00100
00300


SPECIFICATIONS


DIVISION
01010
01300
01400
02050
06100
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DIVISION 2 16 (NOT USED)












TO:

PUBLISH:

PROOFS:


DOCUMENT 00020
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

THE ST. AUGUSTINE RECORD

TWICE


SEND TWO (2) COPIES TO:


CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
POST OFFICE DRAWER 210
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32085
ATTN: WILLIAM HARRISS CITY MANAGER

LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID

The City of St. Augustine will receive bids until 2:00 PM EST,Tuesday, April 11, 2000 for Porch
Repair for the Arrivas House, located at 44 St. George Street. Plans and specifications may be
obtained from CRG Architects/Planners/Inc., 2111 Corporate Square Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida,
32216 telephone: (904) 725-0055 or CRG Architects/Planners/ Inc. 133 Marine St. Suite 2, St.
Augustine, Florida 32084 telephone (904) 825-1266. A deposit of $100.00 for plans and
specifications is required, and is refundable upon the submittal of a responsive bid and return of
the plans and specifications in good condition. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at
10:00 AM on Monday, April 3, 2000, in the First Floor Conference Room, Lobby C, City Hall, 75
King Street, St. Augustine, Florida 32084. Bids will be accepted from certified General
Contractors who attend the pre-bid conference.




END OF ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS


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SECTION 00021
INVITATION TO BID

BID NUMBER HPHT 20-01 DATE: March 27, 2000

ITEMS(S) REQUIRED: Bidding for Porch Repair for the Arrivas House located at 44 St.
George Street for the City of St. Augustine Florida.

NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 P.M., April 11, 2000 in the
office of the City Manager, City Hall, St. Augustine, Florida 32084, requesting quotations
for supplying the City with item(s) listed herein and as further specified. These bids will be
publicly opened in the Manager's Office, City Hall, or other designated area, in the presence
of bidders and City officials. All bidders and the public are invited and encouraged to attend
the bid opening. After tabulation and review and when required, bids will be presented to
City Commission for award of contract; such award to be made at a subsequent
commission meeting.

HOW TO SUBMIT PROPOSAL: All bids shall be submitted in sealed envelopes, mailed
to the City Manager, P.O. Drawer 210, St. Augustine, Florida 32084. Or delivered to City
Manager's Office, City Hall, St. Augustine, Florida, and plainly marked on the outside as
follows:

BID NO: HPHT 20-01 SEALED PROPOSAL FOR PORCH REPAIR WORK FOR
ARRIVAS HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA.

TO BE OPENED 2:00 P.M. EDST -April 11, 2000

It will be the sole responsibility of the bidder to ensure that his proposal reaches the Office
of the City Manager, City of St. Augustine on or before closing hour and date shown above.

PURPOSE OF BID: The City of St. Augustine intends to secure a source of supply for the
above item(s) or services) at the lowest price; early and satisfactory manufacture; and
prompt and convenient shipment and service by supplier to the City. Any failure on the part
of the supplier to comply with the ensuing conditions and specifications shall be reason for
termination of contract. The City reserves the right to make an award to the supplier where
the product meets the specifications, terms, and conditions and where bid is considered to
best serve the City's interests.


END OF INVITATION TO BID




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DOCUMENT 00100
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS


1. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: Copies of Bidding Documents may be
examined and obtained during normal business hours at the offices of the City Manager,
City Hall, St. Augustine, Florida 32084.

2. SUBMISSION AND RECEIPT OF BIDS:
a. Proposals, to receive consideration, must be received prior to the specified time of
opening as designated in the invitation.
b. Unless otherwise specified, bidders MUST use the proposal form furnished by the
City. Failure to do so may cause bid to be rejected. Removal of any part of the bid
proposal may invalidate the bid.
c. Proposals having any erasures or corrections MUST be initialed by bidder in ink.
Bids shall be signed in ink; all quotations shall be typewritten or filled in with pen and
ink.
d. Separate proposals MUST be submitted on each bid reference number.

2. WARRANTIES FOR USAGE: Whenever a bid is sought seeking a source of supply for
a specified period of time for materials or services, the quantities of usage shown are
estimated ONLY. No guarantee or warranty is given or implied by the City as to the total
amount that may or may not be purchased from any resulting contracts. These
quantities are for bidders information ONLY and will be used for tabulation and
presentation of bid and the City reserves the right to increase or decrease quantities as
required.

3. PRICES TO BE FIRM: Bidder warrants by virtue of bidding that prices, terms, and
conditions quoted in his bid will be firm for acceptance for a period of sixty (60) days
from the date of bid opening unless otherwise stated by the City or the bidder.

4. DELIVERY POINT: All items shall be delivered F.O.B. destination (i.e., at a specific City
of St. Augustine address), and delivery costs and charges (if any) will be included in the
bid price. Failure to do so may be cause for rejection of bid.

5. CASH DISCOUNTS (TERMS): All bids will be net-no cash discount.

6. BRAND NAMES: Unless specified otherwise, if and wherever in the specifications a
brand name, make, name of any manufacturer, trade name, or vendor catalog number
is mentioned it is for the purpose of establishing a grade or quality of material only.
Since the City does not wish to rule out other competition and equal brands or makes,
the phrase OR EQUAL is added. However, if a product other than that specified is bid,
it is the vendor's responsibility to name such a product within his bid and to prove to the

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City that said product is equal to that specified and to submit brochures, samples, and/or
specifications in detail on item(s) bid. The City shall be the sole judge concerning the
merits of bids submitted.

7. SAMPLES AND DEMONSTRATIONS: Evidence in the form of samples may be
requested (when required) if brand is other than specified. Such samples are to be
furnished after the date of bid opening only upon request of the City unless otherwise
stated in the bid proposal. If samples should be requested, such samples must be
received by the City no later than seven (7) days after formal request is made. When
required, the City may request full demonstrations of any unit(s) bid prior to the award
of any contract.



END OF INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS


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DOCUMENT 00300 PROPOSAL FORM
(City of St. Augustine)


PROPOSAL FORM
ARRIVAS HOUSE PORCH REPAIR
BID NO: HPHT 20-01


DATE:

PAGE NO:__ of


(THIS IS NOT AN ORDER)


(ITEM(S) Required: PORCH REPAIR

USING DEPARTMENTSS: City Of St. Augustine.


BIDS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON OR BEFORE 2:00 P.M. EDST April 11, 2000

General Conditions, instructions to Bidders, Special Conditions, Specifications,
Addendums, and/or any other pertinent document form a part of this proposal and by
reference are made a part hereof.

ANTI-COLLUSION STATEMENT: The below signed bidder has not divulged to, or
discussed or compared his bid with other bidders and has not colluded with any other
bidder or parties to a bid whatever. (NOTE: No premiums, rebates or gratuities
permitted either with, prior to, or after any delivery of materials. Any such violation will
result in the cancellation and/or return of materials (as applicable) and the removal from
Bid List(s)).

TO THE CITY MANAGER OF THE CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE: We (I), the below
signed hereby agree to furnish the following articles) and/or services) at the prices)
and terms stated subject to all instructions, conditions, specifications, and all
attachments hereto. We (I) have read all attachments including the specifications and
fully understand what is required.

All prices to be quoted F.O.B. St. Augustine, Florida (Delivered at the applicable City address
indicated on the Purchase Order.

BASE BID PROPOSAL:
The Bidder proposes and agrees to furnish all labor, material and equipment necessary to accomplish
the Work in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications for the lump sum price of:


$


/100


Lump Sum Price (Base Bid) Numerical


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PROPOSAL FORM
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BID NO: HPHT 20-01


DATE:

PAGE NO: of


DELIVERY: Calendar days after receipt of Purchase Order (City reserves the right to
consider delivery time as a vital consideration when making or recommending award).


If Purchase Order and/or Payment are to be mailed other than address shown below,
please complete the following:


Mail Purchase Order to:


Mail Payment to:


PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY:
NAME (Printed): Title:


Company


Address:


SIGNATURE:


DATE:


Telephone No.
(WITH AREA CODE)


Indicate which:


All Blanks MUST be Filled in.


Corporation:
Partnership:
Individual:
Other:


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PROPOSAL FORM DATE:
ARRIVAS HOUSE PORCH REPAIR
BID NO: HPHT 20-01 PAGE NO: of


PROPOSAL CONDITIONS


1. QUALITY: All materials used for the manufacture or construction of any supplies,
materials or equipment covered by this bid shall be new. The items bid must be
new, the latest model, of the best quality, and highest grade workmanship.

2. SIGNATURE REQUIRED: All quotations and proposals MUST be signed with the
firm name and by an officer or employee having authority to bind the company or
firm by his signature.

3. ACCEPTANCE OF MATERIAL: This material delivered under this proposal shall
remain the property of the seller until a physical inspection and actual usage of this
material and/or service is made and thereafter accepted to the satisfaction of the
City and must comply with the terms herein, and be fully in accord with
specifications and of the highest quality in the event the material and/or services
supplied to the City is found to be defective or does not conform to specifications,
the City reserves the right to cancel the order upon written notice to the seller and
return the product to seller at the seller's expense.

4. VARIATIONS TO SPECIFICATIONS: For purposes of evaluation, bidder MUST
indicate any variances from our specifications, terms and/or conditions, no matter
how slight. If variations are not stated in the proposal, it will be assumed that the
product or service fully complies with our specifications, terms, and conditions.

5. DELIVERY: Time will be of the essence for any orders placed as a result of this bid.
Purchaser reserves the right to cancel such orders, or any part thereof, without
obligations if delivery is not made at the times) specified on the proposal form.

6. DEFAULT PROVISION: In case of default by the bidder or contractor, the City of St.
Augustine may procure the articles or services from other sources and hold the
bidder or contractor responsible for any excess costs occasioned or incurred
thereby.

7. PRICING: Prices should be stated in units of quantity specified in the bidding
specifications. In case of discrepancy in computing the amount of the bid, the UNIT
PRICE quoted will govern.


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PROPOSAL FORM DATE:
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8. PRICE CHANGES RE CONTRACTS (When applicable): Consideration in
awarding bids for yearly contracts.

First to: Bidder offering firm prices subject to market price reduction
Second to: Bidder offering firm prices for full contract period

If at any time during the period of this contract, the City of St. Augustine is able
to purchase the items and/or services at prices less than our contract price, the
successful bidder shall meet these prices and in the event of his failure to do so,
the City may negotiate for a new contract on the open market.

9. COPYRIGHTS OR PATENT RIGHTS: Bidder warrants that there has been no
violation of copyrights or patent rights in manufacturing, producing or selling the
goods shipped or ordered as a result of this bid, and seller agrees to hold the
purchaser harmless from any and all liability, loss, or expense occasioned by any
such violation.

10. SAMPLES: Samples, when requested, must be furnished free of expense to the
City and if not used in testing or destroyed, will upon request within thirty (30)
days of bid award be returned at the bidder's expense.

11. TAXES: The City of St. Augustine is exempt from any taxes imposed by State
and/or Federal Government. Exemption certificates certified on request. State
sales tax exemption Certificate No. 65-06-012008-54C applies, and appears on
each Purchase Order.

12. FAILURE TO QUOTE: If you do not quote, please return quotation sheet, state
reason thereon, and request that your name be retained on our mailing list,
otherwise, your name may be removed from our bid mailing list.

13. MANUFACTURER'S CERTIFICATION: The City of St. Augustine reserves the
right to request from bidders separate manufacturer certification of all statements
made in the proposal.

14. SIGNED BID CONSIDERED AN OFFER: This signed bid shall be considered an
offer on the part of the bidder or contractor, which offer shall be deemed
accepted upon approval by the City Commission of the City of St. Augustine may
take such action as it deems appropriate including legal action for damages or

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DATE:

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specific performance.

15. LIABILITY INSURANCE LICENSES AND PERMITS: Where bidders are
required to enter or go onto City of St. Augustine property to deliver materials or
perform work or services as a result of bid award, the bidder will assume the full
duty, obligation and expense of obtaining all necessary licenses, permits, and
insurance when required. The bidder shall be liable for any damages or loss to
the City occasioned by negligence of the bidder (or his agent) or any person the
bidder has designated in the completion of his contract as a result of his bid.

16. RESERVATIONS FOR REJECTION AND AWARD: The City of St. Augustine
reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids or parts of bids, to waive
irregularities and technicalities, and to request rebids on the required materials.
The City also reserves the right to award the contract on such material the City
deems will best serve its interests. It further reserves the right to award the
contract on a split order basis, lump sum, or individual item basis, or such
combination as shall best serve the interest of the City unless otherwise stated.
The City also reserves the right to waive minor variations to specifications
(interpretation of minor variances will be made by applicable City Department
personnel).

17. SPECIFICATIONS: Any omissions of detail specifications stated herein that
would render the materials/services from use as specified will not relieve the
bidder from responsibility.


END OF PROPOSAL FORM


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SECTION 01010
SUMMARY OF WORK


PART 1


GENERAL


SUMMARY


A. General: The Project consists of removing the existing cantilevered beams and
replacing them with new members on St. George St. St. Augustine Florida.


B. Work By The Contractor:
1. Shoring of cantilevered porch while members are removed.
2. Removal of old joist members and decking.
3. Installation of new members and materials.
4. Paint to match existing woodwork.
5. Protection of the public and tenant at all times.

1.2 CONTRACTOR USE OF SITE AND PREMISES

A. Construction Operations: Limited to areas noted on Drawings.

B. Materials and equipment shall be kept neatly piled and compactly stored in such
locations that will cause a minimum of inconvenience to public travel and adjoining
tenants.

END OF SECTION


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SECTION 01300
SUBMITTALS


PART 1 GENERAL

1.1 SUMMARY

A. Submittal procedures.

B. Construction progress schedules.

C. Proposed products list.

D. Shop drawings.

E. Product data.

F. Samples.

G. Manufacturers' instructions.

H. Manufacturers' certificates.

1.2 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES

A. Transmit each submittal with Architect accepted form, copy attached to this
section.
1. The form letter of transmittal, as shown hereinafter, consisting of any original
and two (2) copies shall accompany submittal.
2. Each submittal shall deal with only one section of the Specifications and
shall be identified by section number and contract number.
3. Each drawing (or each part of a brochure) shall be listed separately on the
letter and identified as indicated thereon.
4. The Contractor shall also note on the transmittal letter any deviations that
the shop drawing may have from the requirements of the Contract
Documents.

B. Sequentially number the transmittal forms. Resubmittals to have original number
with an alphabetic suffix.


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C. Identify Project, Contractor, Subcontractor or supplier; pertinent Drawing sheet
and detail numberss, and specification Section number, as appropriate.

D. Apply Contractor's stamp, signed or initialed certifying that review, verification of
Products required, field dimensions, adjacent construction Work, and coordination
of information, is in accordance with the requirements of the Work and Contract
Documents. Submittals that have been stamped but obviously not checked will
be returned for action by the Contractor.

E. Schedule submittals to expedite the Project, coordinate submission of related
items, and deliver to Architect at the following address:
CRG Architects/Planners, Inc.
133 Marine Street, Suite 2
St. Augustine, FL. 32084

F. Identify variations from Contract Documents and Product or system limitations
which may be detrimental to successful performance of the completed Work.

G. Provide space for Contractor and Architect review stamps.
1. Contractors stamp: As required by Contractor.
2. Architect's stamp: 2-1/2 inches wide by 3 inches high.

H. Revise and resubmit submittals as required, identify all changes made since
previous submittal.

I. Distribute copies of reviewed submittals to concerned parties. Instruct parties to
promptly report any inability to comply with provisions.

1.3 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULES

A. Schedule and Progress Reports: Scheduling and progress reporting of this
project shall be accomplished by use of a bar chart providing the following
information:
1. Scheduling weekly schedule of each major work item.
2. Progress Reporting -
a. Actual progress of work completed during reporting period.
b. Total percentage of project completed.
c. Total percentage of Contract time elapsed.
d. Ample information and documentation to determine justification for any
extension of time as requested under the General Conditions,
paragraphs entitled "Extension of Time for Unforeseeable Causes" and

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"Changes."
3. Show complete sequence of construction by activity, identifying Work of
separate stages and other logically grouped activities. Indicate the early and
late start, early and late finish, float dates, and duration.
4. Indicate estimated percentage of completion for each item of Work at each
submission.
5. Indicate submittal dates required for shop drawings, product data, samples,
and product delivery dates, including those furnished by Owner and under
Allowances.
6. If there are any long lead items that can not be delivered in time with out
early approval it is the responsibility of the Contractor to be aware of these
items and plan accordingly in his purchase and submittal of these items.

B. Scheduling and progress reporting shall be accomplished by the use of a single
bar chart in order to provide a clear, concise comparison of progress made on this
project.

C. Within five (5) calendar days after the date of the Notice to Proceed, five (5)
copies of the bar chart covering the proposed scheduling of the total project shall
be submitted to the Architect for review.

D. Each month, the Contractor shall report progress data by submitting five (5) copies
of the bar charts reflecting progress made on activities as established in the total
project progress schedule.

E. When major changes in the Contract or in the order of work are made, the
schedule shall be revised. Five (5) copies of the revised bar chart shall be
submitted to the Architect for review.

F. If, in the opinion of the Owner or the Architect, the Contractor falls behind in
scheduled progress and/or the monthly bar charts indicate that the Contractor is
more than twenty percent (20%) behind schedule, the Contractor shall take such
steps as required to improve his progress and shall submit his revised schedule
and operational plans to demonstrate the manner in which the lost progress will
be regained, all without any time loss or additional cost to the Owner.

G. Lack of Satisfactory Progress, as adjudged by the Architect, shall be considered
grounds for the withholding of payment until necessary changes have been made.

1.4 PROPOSED PRODUCTS LIST


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A. Within 5 days after date of Owner-Contractor Agreement, submit complete list of
major products proposed for use, with name of manufacturer, trade name, and
model number of each product.

B. For products specified only by reference standards, give manufacturer, trade
name, model or catalog designation, and reference standards.

1.5 SHOP DRAWINGS AND MANUFACTURES LITERATURE

A. Shop Drawings: As used herein, the term "manufactured" applies to standard
units usually mass produced and "fabricated" means items specifically assembled
or made out of selected materials to meet individual design requirements.
1. Shop drawings shall establish the actual details of all manufactured or
fabricated items; indicate proper relation and adjoining work; amplify design
details of mechanical and electrical equipment in proper relation to physical
spaces in the structure; and incorporate minor changes of design or
construction to suit actual conditions.
2. No work requiring a shop drawing submittal, directly or indirectly, such as
embedment items in concrete, shall commence until the Resident Project
Representative has received a properly reviewed copy of said shop drawing.
3. Any work performed without such drawing will not be eligible for payment.

B. Submittal Time: The Contractor shall submit all required shop drawings with such
promptness as to cause no delay in his work or in that of any other contractor or
subcontractor and within 30 days of Notice to Proceed.
1. No extensions of time will be granted to the Contractor because of failure to
have shop drawings submitted in ample time to allow for checking,
subsequent submittals and reviews and approval.
2. All shop drawings shall be complete in every detail, properly identified with
the name of the project and to the Specification paragraph number for
identification of each item, and stating qualifications, departures or
deviations from the Contract Documents, if any.
3. Shop drawings for each section of the work shall be identified by
Specification Section Number and/or drawing and be consecutively
numbered and the numbering system shall be retained throughout all
revisions.

C. Copies of Reproduciables: The Contractor shall forward to the Architect one
reproducible copy plus seven copies, including fabrication, erection, layout and
setting drawings, and such other drawings as are required under the various
sections of the Specifications. Distribution by the Architect shall be:

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1. City- 4;
2. Architect 3;
3. Contractor reproducible.

D. Copies of Non-Reproducibles: Similarly, the Contractor shall submit seven (7)
copies plus the number of copies he desires returned of manufacturer's
descriptive data for materials, equipment and fixtures including catalog sheets
showing dimensions, performance characteristics and capacities; wiring diagrams
and controls; schedules; and other pertinent information as required. Distribution
by the Architect shall be:
1. City- 4;
2. Architect 3;
3. Contractor remainder.

E. Subcontractor's Submittal: Each Subcontractor shall submit all shop drawings and
manufacturer's descriptive data through the Contractor for the Architect's review.

1. Shop drawings will not be accepted direct from Subcontractors or supplies
(except in special instances when specifically required by the Architect).
2. All shop drawings shall be thoroughly checked by the Contractor for
completeness and for compliance with the Contract Documents before
submitting them to the Architect and shall bear the Contractor's stamp of
approval certifying that they have been so checked.
3. Any shop drawings which, in the Architect's opinion, are incomplete, contain
numerous errors, or have not been checked or checked only superficially by
the Contractor will be returned unchecked by the Architect for resubmission
by the Contractor.

F. Contractor's Review: In checking shop drawings, the Contractor shall verify all
dimensions and field conditions and shall check and coordinate the shop drawings
of any section or trade with the requirements of all other sections or trades whose
work is related thereto, as required for proper and complete installation of the
work.
1. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for quantities and dimensions
which may be shown on the shop drawings.
2. All rough-in and connections for utilities shall conform to approved
equipment shop drawings.

G. Architect's Review: The drawings will be reviewed by the Architect for compliance
with design concept and will be noted (as qualified hereinafter) with the Action
Stamp of the Architect; however, review of such drawings shall not be construed

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as a complete check nor shall it relive the Contractor, Subcontractor,
manufacturer, fabricator or supplier from
1. responsibility for any deficiency that may exist or from any departures or
deviations from the requirements of the Contract Documents unless he has,
in writing, called the Architect's attention to such deviations at the time of
submission and obtained written acceptance thereof,
2. nor shall it relieve him from the responsibility for errors of any sort in shop
drawings or schedules,
3. nor from responsibility for proper fitting of the work,
4. nor from the necessity of furnishing any work required by the Contract
Documents which may be indicated on shop drawings when reviewed.

H. The Architect will review the shop drawings with reasonable promptness (normally
21 days minimum/maximum dependent on size and character of submission) and
will return them to the Contractor stamped to indicate the action taken.
1. Resubmittals shall be in the same form and number of copies as original
submittals, with notation indicating a revised submittal.
2. The transparencies stamped "No Exceptions Taken" or "Make Corrections
Noted", will be returned to the Contractor, who will be responsible for
obtaining prints thereof and distribution of them to the field and
Subcontractors.
3. Transparencies stamped "Rejected", "Submit Specified Item," or "Revise and
Resubmit" shall be corrected and new transparencies submitted with
notation indicating number of submittal; i.e., second, third, fourth, etc.
a. Seven (7) prints of each transparency shall be included with the
submittal.
B. Two (2) copies of submittals stamped "Rejected", "Submit Specified
Item," or "Revise and Resubmit" shall be returned to the Architect, after
the corrections have been made, for file purposes.

I. When shop drawings are in the form of manufacturer's descriptive literature,
catalog cuts and brochures, each copy will be stamped by the Architect in the
same manner described above for shop drawings indicating the action taken and
similar action taken by the Contractor.
1. Copies stamped "No Exceptions Taken" and "Make Corrections Noted" will
be returned to the Contractor who will be responsible for distributing them
to the field and to Subcontractors.
2. If stamped "Rejected", "Submit Specified Item," or "Revise and Resubmit" the
Contractor shall have the required corrections made and submit the same
number of new copies for each subsequent review as was included in the
original submittal until approve; is obtained.

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J. At the same time the Architect returns a reviewed submittal to the Contractor, he
will also forward one copy of each item stamped "No Exceptions Taken" or "Make
Corrections Noted," together with any conditions, to the Resident Project
Representative for field use.

K. The Contractor shall, at no extra cost to the Owner, make all changes and
alterations whatsoever in work performed or in subcontracts or orders placed prior
to the review of any and all shop drawings.

L. In the event actual field installation results in the modification of a "No Exceptions
Taken" or "Make Corrections Noted" shop drawing, such modification shall be
shown on the shop drawing and the drawing immediately resubmitted to the
Architect for final review and acceptance to ascertain that the "as-built" condition
is in conformance with the overall design.
1. The same number of drawings shall be forwarded under this final submittal
as under the original submittal.
2. Failure to immediately resubmit such drawings for final review shall be
considered just cause for withholding of progress payments.

1.6 INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

A. When specified in individual specification Sections, submit manufacturers' printed
instructions for delivery, storage, assembly, installation, start-up, adjusting, and
finishing, in quantities specified for Product Data.

B. When the equipment is shipped, the Contractor shall supply four (4) sets of
complete installation, operation and maintenance instructions for the Owner's use.

1. The Contractor shall also supply all additional copies needed for his use
including those necessary for subcontractors and suppliers.
2. The installation drawings and instructions shall be sufficient in detail and
information so that the Architect can check the same prior to actual
installation of equipment.

C. After review, distribute in accordance with Article on Procedures above and
provide copies for Record Documents described in Section 01700 Contract
Closeout.

1.7 SAMPLES

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with integral parts and attachment devices.
1. Coordinate sample submittals for interfacing work.
2. Submit the number or samples specified in individual specification Sections;
but not less than three, one of which will be retained by Architect and one
will be retained at the Project site.

B. Submit samples of finishes from the full range of manufacturers' standard colors
(unless a custom color has been specified or referenced), textures, and patterns
for Architect's selection.

C. Include identification on each sample, with full Project information.

D. Samples accepted by the Architect shall establish the kind, quality and other
required characteristics of the various parts of the work and all work shall be in
accordance with the accepted samples.

E. Reviewed samples which may be used in the Work are indicated in individual
specification Sections.

F. The Contractor shall submit all required samples with such promptness as to
cause no delay in his own work or in that of any other contractor or subcontractor.
No extensions of time will be granted to the Contractor because of failure to have
samples submitted in ample time to allow for review and approval.

H. In case considerable range of color, graining, texture or other characteristics may
be anticipated in finishing products, a sufficient number of samples of the
specified materials shall be furnished to indicate the full range of such
characteristics which will be present in the finished products.
1. Unless called for otherwise in the various sections of the Specifications,
samples shall be submitted in triplicate.
2. All samples shall be marked, tagged or otherwise properly identified with the
name of the Contractor, the name of the project, the purpose for which the
samples are submitted and the date and shall be accompanied by a letter of
transmittal containing similar information together with the Specification
paragraph number for identification of each item.
3. Each tag or sticker shall have clear space for the action stamps of the
Contractor and the Architect.

I. Samples of materials which are generally furnished in containers bearing the
manufacturer's descriptive labels and printed application instructions shall, if not
submitted in the standard containers, be supplied with such labels and application

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instructions.


J. Each Subcontractor shall submit all samples through the Contractor for the
Architect's review.
1. All samples shall be checked by the Contractor for compliance with the
Contract Documents before submitting them to the Architect and shall bear
the Contractor's stamp certifying that they have been so checked.
2. If any samples are submitted without this stamp or, if in the Architect's
opinion, the samples are incomplete or have not been checked or only
checked superficially, the Contractor will be notified to resubmit additional
samples until such samples are satisfactory.

K. The Architect will review samples for aesthetics, general design and technical
compliance; however, approval of such samples will not relieve the Contractor
from responsibility for any departures or deviations from the requirements of the
Contract Documents unless he has, in writing, called the Architect's attention to
such departures or deviations at the time of submission.
1. The Architect will pass upon the samples with reasonable promptness. If the
samples are accepted, the Contractor will be notified to pick them up.
2. If the samples are not accepted, the Contractor will be notified to resubmit
additional samples until they are accepted.
3. No work requiring sample submittal shall commence until the Resident
Project Representative has knowledge of a properly accepted sample.
4. Any work performed without such sample approval will not be eligible for
payment.

1.8 MANUFACTURER'S CERTIFICATES

A. When specified in individual specification Sections, submit manufacturers'
certificate to Architect for review, in quantities specified for Product Data.

B. Indicate material or product conforms to or exceeds specified requirements.
Submit supporting reference date, affidavits, and certifications as appropriate.

C. Certificates may be recent or previous test results on material or Product, but must
be acceptable to Architect.

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Not Used

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3.1 ARCHITECT'S STAMP


A. Action Stamp: The architect will stamp each submittal reviewed with a uniform, self
explanatory stamp. The stamp will be appropriately marked, to indicate the action
as follows:
1. No Exception Taken: Where submittals are marked "NO EXCEPTION
TAKEN," that part of the work covered by the submittal may proceed
provided it complies with requirements of the Contract Documents; final
acceptance will depend upon that compliance.
2. Make Corrections Noted: When submittals are marked "MAKE
CORRECTIONS NOTED," that part of the Work covered by the submittal
may proceed provided it complies with notations or corrections on the
submittal and requirements of the Contract Documents; final acceptance will
depend on that compliance.
3. Rejected: When submittals are marked "REJECTED," start submittal process
from beginning after checking submittal and Contract Documents.
4. Revise and Resubmit: When submittal is marked 'REVISE AND RESUBMIT,"
do not proceed with that part of the Work covered by the submittal, including
purchasing, fabrication, delivery, or other activity.
a. Revise or prepare a new submittal in accordance with the notations;
resubmit without delay.
b. Repeat if necessary to obtain a different action mark.
c. Do not permit submittals marked "REVISE AND RESUBMIT" to be
used at the Project site, or elsewhere where Work is in progress.
5. Submit Specified Item: When submittal is marked "Submit Specified Item'"
review Contract Documents and submit correct specified item.
6. Other Action: Where a submittal is primarily for information or record
purposes, special processing or other activity, the submittal will be returned,
marked "ACTION NOT REQUIRED."

B. Architect's Review: Checking is only for general conformance with the design
concept of the project and general compliance with the information given in the
Contract Documents.
1. Any action shown is subject to the requirements of the plans and
specifications.
2. Contractor is responsible for:
a. Dimensions which shall be confirmed and correlated at the job site;
b. Fabrication processes and techniques of construction;
c. Coordination of his work with that of all other trades and;
d. The satisfactory performance of his work.


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C. After review, reproduce and distribute in accordance with Article on Procedures
above and for Record Documents described in Section 01700 Contract Closeout.

3.2 ATTACHMENTS

A Submittal Transmittal Letter: The attached form is it be used as a guide for
transmittal of submittals, and is to be on the Contractor's letter head.

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SUBMITTAL ROUTING SHEET

PROJECT:




SUBMITTAL NO: -
Five Digit Section No. Item No. Sub Letter

I ROUTING I NUMBER CHECKED BY DATE
[;7]1COPIES
Subcontractor, Supplier or Installer
Name of Firm: Name: Sent:
Mailing Address: Phone:
Street Address: FAX:
City State Zip:
Contact Person:
General Contractor: Rec'd.:
Name of Firm: Name: Forward:
Street Address: Phone: or
City State Zip: FAX: Returned:
Contact Person:

Design Professional: Logged In By: Rec'd.:
Name of Firm: CRG Architects/Planners/inc. Forward:
Street Address: 133 Marine Street Suite 2 Phone: (904)825-1266 or
City State Zip: St. Augustine FL 32084 FAX: (904)825-0215 Returned:
Contact Person: Roxanne Horvath AIA
Design Professional Consultant: Rec'd.:
O Civil Name: Forward:
O Landscape Phone:_ or
o Structural FAX: Returned:
o Mechanical & Plumbing
O Electrical
Design Professional: CRG Architects/Planners/inc. Name: Rec'd.
Returned:

General Contractor: Name: Rec'd.:
Returned:

Subcontractor, Supplier or Installer: (See above address) Name: Rec'd.:


DESIGN PROFESSIONALS ACTION: O NO EXCEPTIONS TAKEN 0 REVISE AND RESUBMIT
0 MAKE CORRECTIONS NOTED O REJECTED
O SUBMIT SPECIFIED ITEM
Copies To: File 2003A #14 w/o Attachments (1)
File 2003A Submittal File w/Attachments (1)
City of St. Augustine FL w/Attachments (1)

This original routing sheet is to be filled out and forwarded with submittal.
Make copies for your records.


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REVIEW PROCEDURES
The Subcontractor, Supplier or Installer making the submittal is encouraged to review the requirements of the Contract Documents and
specifically:
Section 01300 Submittals
along with the requirement of the drawings and Specification for the submittal items.

Contractor's Review: The Contractor shall throughly review data submitted for compliance with the Contract Documents.
1. Data found not to be in accordance with the Contract Documents shall be returned for compliance.
2. Data found to be acceptable shall be:
a. Noted as required.
b. Stamped indicating action taken
c. Forwarded to the Design Professional.


Design Professional Review: The Design Professional or his Consultant will review submittal and advise of his findings:
1. DP will not accept material for review that has not been reviewed and approved by the Contractor, and he will return data
immediately.
2. The DP will review data which has been properly approved by the Contractor and will either mark it "NO EXCEPTIONS
TAKEN", "REJECTED", "MAKE CORRECTIONS NOTED", "REVISE AND RESUBMIT", OR "ACTION NOT REQUIRED".
3. Refer to Section 01300 of the Contract Documents for definitions.


DP's Review: Checking is only for general conformance with the design concept of the project and general compliance with the information
given in the Contract Documents.
1. Any action shown is subject to the requirements of the plans and specifications.
2. Contractor is responsible for:
a. Dimensions which shall be confirmed and correlated at the job site;
b. Fabrication processes and techniques of construction;
c. Coordination of his work with that of all other trades and;
d. The satisfactory performance of his work.
3. DP review does not relive the Contractor of his responsibility for deviations from the Contract Documents unless he has
notified the DP in writing of these deviations at the time of submittal.

SUBMITTAL QUANTITIES (MINIMUM)
The following is taken from Section 01300 Submittals (DCSB). Is does not intend to restrict the requirements of the specific Sections of
the Specifications in the Contract Documents. The requirements for the greater number of submittal items shall take precedent.

1. Shop Drawings:
a. Custom Fabrications or Assemblies: Either seven copies of each sheet, etc., or one reproducible transparency of each drawing.
b. Modified Catalog Data and Schedules: Seven copies.

2. Descriptive Data and Schedules: Six copies.

3. Physical Samples/Examples: Two Copies.

4. Mockups: One site constructed example.

6. Certificates: Four copies.

6. Guarantees or Warranties:
a. Examples for initial review and approval: Two Copies.
b. After approval, actual construction completion documents: Two copies.

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SECTION 01400
QUALITY CONTROL


PART 1 GENERAL

1.1 SUMMARY

A. Quality assurance and control of installation.

B. References.

1.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE/CONTROL OF INSTALLATION

A. Monitor quality control over suppliers, manufacturers, Products, services, site
conditions, and workmanship, to produce Work of specified quality.

B. Comply fully with manufacturers' instructions, including each step in sequence.

C. Should manufacturers' instructions conflict with Contract Documents, request
clarification from Architect before proceeding.

D. Comply with specified standards as a minimum quality for the Work except when
more stringent tolerances, codes, or specified requirements indicate higher
standards or more precise workmanship.

E. Perform work by persons qualified to produce workmanship of specified quality.

F. Secure Products in place with positive anchorage devices designed and sized to
withstand stresses, vibration, physical distortion or disfigurement.

1.3 REFERENCES

A. Conform to reference standard by date of issue current on date of Contract
Documents or date specified in product Sections.

B. Obtain copies of standards when required by Contract Documents.

C. Should specified reference standards conflict with Contract Documents, request
clarification for Architect before proceeding.

D. The contractual relationship of the parties to the Contract shall not be altered from

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the Contract Documents by mention or inference otherwise in any reference
document.

1.4 TESTS AND INSPECTION

A. Standard items of a uniform nature may be accepted on the manufacturer's
certification. Where specific performance and/or quality is referred to, it is the
Contractor's responsibility to have the necessary tests performed by qualified
persons to show that the contractual requirements are being met. Certified test
results shall be submitted promptly in quadruplicate to the Architect for his review.
All tests shall be performed in accordance with referenced standards. Where no
reference is made, tests shall be performed in accordance with the methods
prescribed by the American Society for Testing and Materials or such other
organization as would be acceptable.

B. If the Contract Documents, laws, ordinances, rules, regulations or orders of any
public authority having jurisdiction, require any work to be specifically inspected,
tested or approved by someone other than the Contractor, the Contractor shall
give the Architect timely notice of readiness therefore. The Contractor shall furnish
the Architect the required certificates of inspection, testing or approval. All such
tests shall be in accordance with the methods prescribed by the American Society
for Testing and Materials or such other applicable organization as may be
required by law or the Contract Documents.

C. If any such work required to be inspected, tested or approved is covered up
without written approval or consent of the Architect, it must, if directed by the
Architect, be uncovered for observation at the Contractor's expense. The cost of
all such inspections, tests and approvals shall be borne by the Contractor unless
provided otherwise.

D. Any work which fails to meet the requirements of any such test, inspection or
approval and any work which meets the requirements of the Contract Documents,
shall be considered defective. Such defective work may be rejected, corrected or
accepted as provided in paragraph entitled "Correction, Removal or Acceptance
of Defective Work."

E. Neither observations by the Architect nor inspections, tests or approvals by
persons other than the Contractor shall relieve the Contractor from his obligations
to perform the work in accordance with the requirements of the Contract
Documents.

F. Upon completion, and prior to acceptance of the installation, all major equipment
shall be subjected to operating field tests to determine satisfactory functioning and

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operation. The equipment shall be operated by and at the expense of the
Contractor. The Contractor shall submit to the Architect, for review, an outline of
the test sequence and a schedule indicating the estimated time required to
complete the tests.

G. Unless provided otherwise in this Contract, acceptance by the Owner shall be
made as promptly as practicable after completion and inspection of all work
required by this Contract. Acceptance shall be final and conclusive except as
regards latent defects, fraud or such gross mistakes as may amount to fraud, or
as regards the Owner's rights under any warranty or guarantee.

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SECTION 02050
DEMOLITION


PART 1


GENERAL


1.1 SUMMARY

A. Demolition of designated wood joists, wood decking, ceilings, and disconnecting
utilities if required.


1.2 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

A. Conform to applicable code for demolition of structure, safety of adjacent
structures, dust control, service utilities, and discovered hazards.


PART 2


PRODUCTS


Not Used


PART 3


EXECUTION


3.1 PREPARATION

A. Provide, erect, and maintain temporary barriers and security devices.

B. Notify adjacent owners of work which may affect their property, potential noise,
utility outage, or disruption. Coordinate with owner.

C. Prevent movement or settlement of adjacent structures.
1. Provide bracing and shoring.


D. Protect existing landscaping materials and structures which are not to be
demolished.

E. Erect and maintain weatherproof airtight and insulated closures for exterior
openings.

F. Erect and maintain temporary partitions to prevent spread of dust, odors and noise
to permit continued Owner occupancy of existing building spaces.


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G. Protect existing items which are not indicated to be removed.


DEMOLITION REQUIREMENTS

Conduct demolition to minimize interference with adjacent building areas.

Conduct operations with minimum interference to public or private accesses.

Demolition requirements are shown and/or noted on the Demolition Drawing.

CLEAN UP

Remove demolished materials from site as work progresses.

Leave areas of work in clean condition.


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A.

B.

C.

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SECTION 06100
ROUGH CARPENTRY


PART GENERAL

1.1 SUMMARY

A. Structural floor, Wood decking, Concealed wood blocking in wall.

B. Preservative Treatment for wood in contact with concrete construction, furring and
grounds.

1.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Perform Work in accordance with the following agencies:
1. Lumber Grading Agency: Certified by ALSC.
2. Plywood Grading Agency: Certified by APA.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.1 LUMBER MATERIALS

A. Lumber Grading Rules: SPIB.

B. Miscellaneous Structural Framing: Stress Group No. 2, Southern Yellow Pine
species, Structural grade, 19 percent maximum moisture content.

C. Non-structural Light Framing: Stress Group No. 2, Southern Yellow Pine species,
Construction grade, 19 percent maximum moisture content.

D. Studding: Stress Group No. 2, Southern Yellow Pine species, Structural grade, 19
percent maximum moisture content.

2.2 SHEATHING MATERIALS

A. Plywood Wall Sheathing: APA Structural I; Exposure Durability 1; sanded.

B. Plywood Floor Sheathing: APA Structural I; Exposure Durability 1; sanded.





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2.3 ACCESSORIES


A. Fasteners: Galvanized steel for exterior, high humidity, and treated wood
locations, plain finish elsewhere.

B. Die Stamped Connectors: Galvanized steel.

C. Structural Framing Connectors: Galvanized steel, sized to suit framing conditions.

D. Anchors: Toggle bolt type for anchorage to hollow masonry. Expansion shield and
lag bolt type for anchorage to solid masonry or concrete. Bolt or ballistic fastener
for anchorages to steel.

2.4 WOOD TREATMENT

A. Wood Preservative (Pressure Treatment): AWPA Treatment C1 using water borne
preservative with 0.25 percent retainage.

B. Wood Preservative (Surface Application): Clear or colored similar to type used for
pressure treatment.

C. Shop Preservative: Treat wood materials indicated in accordance with
manufacturer's instructions.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.1 FRAMING

A. Erect wood framing members in accordance with Standard Building code. Place
members level and plumb. Place horizontal members crown side up.

3.2 SHEATHING

A. Install subfloor sheathing with longer edge perpendicular to floor framing with end
joints staggered. Secure sheet edges over firm bearing. Attach sheathing with
subfloor glue and gypsum board screws.

B. Install sheathing to two span continuous.

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3.3 SITE APPLIED WOOD TREATMENT

A. Apply preservative treatment in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B. Treat site-sawn cuts. Brush apply two coats of preservative treatment on untreated
wood in contact with cementitious materials, roofing and related metal flashings.

C. Allow preservative to cure prior to erecting members.

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SECTION 09900
PAINTING

PART 1 GENERAL

1.1 SUMMARY

A. This Section includes surface preparation, painting, and finishing of exposed interior
and exterior items and surfaces. All surfaces are to painted colors that now exist.

B. Paint exposed surfaces except where a surface or material is specifically indicated
not to be painted or is to remain natural.
1. Where an item or surface is not specifically mentioned, paint the same as similar
adjacent materials or surfaces.
2. If color or finish is not designated, the Architect will select from standard colors
or finishes available.
3. Painting includes field painting exposed bare and covered pipes and ducts
(including color coding), hangers, exposed steel and iron work, and primed metal
surfaces of mechanical and electrical equipment, interior or exterior of building.

C. Labels: Do not paint over Underwriter's Laboratories, Factory Mutual or other
code-required labels or equipment name, identification, performance rating, or
nomenclature plates.

1.2 SUBMITTALS

A. Product Data: Manufacturer's technical information, label analysis, and application
instructions for each material proposed for use.
1. List each material and cross-reference the specific coating and finish system and
application.
2. Identify each material by the manufacturer's catalog number and general
classification.
3. Variations in Product Numbers and/or Product names from those used
hereinafter must be clearly identified and noted as to why changed and any
differences in Product.

B. Samples for Verification Purposes: Provide samples of each color and material to
be applied of the specified color.

1.3 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Single-Source Responsibility: Provide primers and undercoat paint produced by the
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B. Coordination of Work: Review other sections in which primers are provided to
ensure compatibility of the total systems for various substrates.

1.4 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A. Deliver materials to the job site in the manufacturer's original, unopened packages
and containers bearing manufacturer's name and label.

B. Store materials not in use in tightly covered containers in a well-ventilated area at
a minimum ambient temperature of 45 deg F.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.1 MANUFACTURERS

A. Manufacturer: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products of one of
the following:
1. ICI Paint Stores (ICI).
2. Benjamin Moore and Co. (Moore).
3. The Sherwin-Williams Company (S-W).

2.2 PRIMERS

A. Interior Flat Latex-Based Paint: Flat latex paint used as a primer over concrete and
masonry under alkyd flat and semigloss enamel:
1. ICI: 1030-1200 PVIA Primer.
2. Moore: Moore's Latex Quick-Dry Prime Seal #201.
3. S-W: Pro-Mar 200 Latex Flat B30W200.

B. Latex-Based Interior White Primer: Latex-based primer coating used on interior
gypsum drywall under a flat latex paint or an alkyd semigloss enamel.
1. ICI: 1030-1200 PVIA Primer.
2. Moore: Moore's Latex Quick-Dry Prime Seal #201.
3. S-W: Pro-Mar 200 Latex Wall Primer B28W200.

C. Synthetic, Rust-Inhibiting Primer: Quick-drying, rust-inhibiting primer for priming
ferrous metal on the exterior under flat alkyd enamel and on the interior under flat
latex paint or odorless alkyd semigloss or alkyd gloss enamels:
1. ICI: 4160-XXXX Metal Primer.
2. Moore: Ironclad Retardo Rust-inhibitive Paint #163.
3. S-W: Kem Kromik Metal Primer B50N2/B50W1.

D. Alkyd-Type Zinc Chromate Primer: Primers used for priming ferrous metals on the
exterior under flat alkyd enamels.
1. ICI: 4160-XXXX Metal Primer.

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2. Moore: Zinc Chromate Primer.
3. S-W: Zinc Chromate Primer B50Y1.

E. Galvanized Metal Primer: Primer used to prime interior and exterior zinc-coated
(galvanized) metal surfaces:
1. ICI: 4160-XXXX Metal Primer.
2. Moore: Ironclad Galvanized Metal Latex Primer #155.
3. S-W: Galvite B50W3.


2.3 UNDERCOAT MATERIALS

A. Interior Enamel Undercoat: Ready-mixed enamel for use on the interior as an
undercoat over a primer on concrete or masonry under an odorless semigloss
enamel:
1. ICI: 1120-1000 Underbody.
2. Moore: Moore's Alkyd Enamel Underbody #217.
3. S-W: Pro-Mar 200 Latex Wall Primer B28W200.

B. Interior Enamel Undercoat: Ready-mixed enamel for use as an undercoat over wood
and hardboard under an odorless alkyd semigloss enamel or flat alkyd enamel:
1. ICI: 1120-1000 Underbody.
2. Moore: Moore's Alkyd Enamel Underbody #217.
3. S-W: Pro-Mar 200 Alkyd Enamel Undercoater B49W200.

C. Interior Enamel Undercoat: Ready-mixed enamel for use as an undercoat over a
primer on ferrous or zinc-coated metal under an interior alkyd semigloss enamel or
a flat alkyd enamel:
1. ICI: -2)-1003 Underbody.
2. Moore: Moore's Alkyd Enamel Underbody #217.
3. S-W: Pro-Mar 200 Alkyd Enamel Undercoater B49W200.

2.4 INTERIOR FINISH PAINT MATERIAL

A. Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel: Low-odor, semigloss, alkyd enamel for
use over a primer and undercoat on concrete, masonry (including concrete masonry
block), plaster, wood, and hardboard and both ferrous and zinc-coated (galvanized)
metal surfaces and over a primer on gypsum drywall:
1. ICI: I 1if;-XXXX Alkyd Semi-gloss Enamel.
2. Moore: Moore's Satin Impervo Enamel #235.
3. S-W: Classic 99 Semigloss Enamel A40 Series.

B. Latex-based, Interior Flat Paint: Ready-mixed, latex based paint for use over
acoustical plaster surfaces and as a "size" on cotton or canvas covering over
insulation:

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1. ICI: 1210-XXXX Latex Flat Paint.
2. Moore: Regal Wall Satin #215.
3. S-W: Classic 99 Wall and Trim Paint A27W10.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.1 EXAMINATION

A. Examine substrates and conditions under which painting will be performed for
compliance with requirements for application of paint.
1. Do not begin paint application until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected.
2. Start of painting will be construed as the Applicator's acceptance of surfaces and
conditions within a particular area.

3.2 PREPARATION

A. General Procedures: Remove hardware and hardware accessories, plates,
machined surfaces, lighting fixtures, and similar items in place that are not to be
painted, or provide surface-applied protection prior to surface preparation and
painting.
1. Remove these items if necessary for complete painting of the items and adjacent
surfaces.
2. Following completion of painting operations in each space or area, have items
reinstalled by workers skilled in the trades involved.
3. Clean surfaces before applying paint or surface treatments.
4. Remove oil and grease prior to cleaning.
5. Schedule cleaning and painting so that dust and other contaminants from the
cleaning process will not fall on wet, newly painted surfaces.

B. Surface Preparation: Clean and prepare surfaces to be painted in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions for each particular substrate condition and as
specified.
1. Provide barrier coats over incompatible primers or remove and reprime.
2. Notify Architect in writing of problems anticipated with using the specified
finish-coat material with substrates primed by others.

C. Cementitious Materials: Prepare concrete, concrete masonry block, cement plaster,
and mineral-fiber-reinforced cement panel surfaces to be painted.
1. Remove efflorescence, chalk, dust, dirt, grease, oils, and release agents.
Roughen as required to remove glaze.
2. If hardeners or sealers have been used to improve curing, use mechanical
methods of surface preparation.
3. Use abrasive blast-cleaning methods if recommended by the paint manufacturer.
4. Determine alkalinity and moisture content of surfaces by performing appropriate

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tests.
5. If surfaces are sufficiently alkaline to cause blistering and burning of finish paint,
correct this condition before application.
6. Do not paint surfaces where moisture content exceeds that permitted in
manufacturer's printed directions.
7. Vacuum existing mineral-fiber-reinforced cement panels (Tectum Deck) to
remove built-up dust and dirt as recommended by paint and deck manufacturer.

D. Galvanized Surfaces: Clean galvanized surfaces with non- petroleum-based solvents
so that the surface is free of oil and surface contaminants. Remove pretreatment
from galvanized sheet metal fabricated from coil stock by mechanical methods.

E. Wood: Clean surfaces of dirt, oil, and other foreign substances with scrapers,
mineral spirits, and sandpaper as recommended by paint manufacturer.
1. Sand surfaces exposed to view smooth and dust off.
2. Prime, stain or seal wood to be painted immediately upon delivery.
3. Prime edges, ends, faces, undersides, and backsides of wood, including
cabinets, counters, cases and paneling.
4. Seal tops, bottoms and cutouts of unprimed wood doors with a heavy coat of
varnish or sealer immediately upon delivery.

F. Existing wood to be painted: Remove all blistered, peeling and scaling paint to a
sound substrate by scraping, sanding and wire brushing.
1. Where bare wood is exposed, spot prime before applying an overall coat of
primer.
2. Surfaces that exhibit moderate to heavy chalk deposits must be cleaned
thoroughly to a sound substrate by wirebrushing, sanding or power wash.
3. All loose or split caulking, putty, or glazing compound is to be removed.
a. Prime these surfaces and recaulk.
b. Putty or glaze and reprime to create sandwich effect.
4. Glossy surfaces, and all protected areas not exposed to normal weathering,
should be dulled by sanding.
5. Crystalline deposits that develop on these areas are a major cause of peeling;
they must be removed by flushing with a strong stream of water from a garden
hose.
6. Mildew must be removed by scrubbing or power wash equipment, using a
commercial mildew wash.

G. Existing Interior Metal, Ferrous: All oily or greasy surfaces should be aggressively
cleaned with appropriate solvents.
1. Periodically change to clean wiping cloths to prevent redistribution of grease or
oily residue.
2. All loose and scaling paint and rust must be removed by hand scraping, sanding,
or by power equipment where appropriate.
3. Glossy surfaces should be dulled by sanding.

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4. All factory-finished surfaces to be painted, such as lockers and cabinets, are to
be abraded with wet or dry production sandpaper.
5. Remove residue with water-moistened rags.

H. Existing Interior Metal, Galvanized Iron: All oily or greasy surfaces should be
aggressively cleaned with appropriate solvents.
1. Periodically change to clean wiping cloths to prevent redistribution of grease or
oily residue.
2. All loose and scaling paint must be removed by hand scraping or sanding.
3. Rusting surfaces must be wire brushed and sanded free of rust and spot primed
with rust inhibitive paints.

3.3 MIXING AND TINTING

A. Materials Preparation: Carefully mix and prepare paint materials in accordance with
manufacturer's directions.
1. Maintain containers used in mixing and application of paint in a clean condition,
free of foreign materials and residue.
2. Stir materials before application to produce a mixture of uniform density; stir as
required during application.
3. Do not stir surface film into material.
4. Remove film and, if necessary, strain material before using.
5. Use only thinners approved by the paint manufacturer, and only within
recommended limits.

B. Tinting: Tint each undercoat a lighter shade to facilitate identification of each coat
where multiple coats of the same material are applied.
1. Tint undercoats to match the color of the finish coat.
2. Provide sufficient differences in shade of undercoats to distinguish each separate
coat.

3.4 APPLICATION

A. Apply paint in accordance with manufacturer's directions. Use applicators and
techniques best suited for substrate and type of material being applied.

B. Do not paint over dirt, rust, scale, grease, moisture, scuffed surfaces, or conditions
detrimental to formation of a durable paint film.
1. Paint colors, surface treatments, and finishes are indicated in "schedules."
2. Provide finish coats that are compatible with primers used.
3. The number of coats and film thickness required is the same regardless of the
application method.
a. Do not apply succeeding coats until the previous coat has cured as
recommended by the manufacturer.
b. Sand between applications where sanding is required to produce an even

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smooth surface in accordance with the manufacturer's directions.
4. Apply additional coats when undercoats, stains, or other conditions show through
final coat of paint until paint film is of uniform finish, color, and appearance.
5. Give special attention to ensure that surfaces, including edges, comers, crevices,
welds, and exposed fasteners, receive a dry film thickness equivalent to that of
flat surfaces.

C. Exposed Surfaces: The term "exposed surfaces" includes areas visible when
permanent or built-in fixtures, convector covers, covers for finned tube radiation,
grilles, and similar components are in place.
1. Extend coatings in these areas as required to maintain the system integrity and
provide desired protection.
2. Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture same as similar exposed
surfaces.
3. Paint surfaces behind permanently fixed equipment or furniture with prime coat
only before final installation of equipment.
4. Paint interior surfaces of ducts, where visible through registers or grilles, with a
flat, nonspecular black paint.
5. Paint back sides of access panels and removable or hinged covers to match
exposed surfaces.
6. Omit primer on metal surfaces that have been shop-primed and touch up
painted.

D. Scheduling Painting: Apply first coat to surfaces that have been cleaned, pretreated,
or otherwise prepared for painting as soon as practicable after preparation and
before subsequent surface deterioration.

E. Allow sufficient time between successive coats to permit proper drying. Do not
recoat until paint has dried to where it feels firm, and does not deform or feel sticky
under moderate thumb pressure and where application of another coat of paint does
not cause lifting or loss of adhesion of the undercoat.

F. Minimum Coating Thickness: Apply materials at not less than the manufacturer's
recommended spreading rate. Provide a total dry film thickness of the entire system
as recommended by the manufacturer.

G. Mechanical and Electrical Work: Painting mechanical and electrical work is limited
to items exposed in mechanical equipment rooms, in occupied spaces, and exposed
to view on exterior of building or roof.

H. Block Fillers: Apply block fillers to concrete masonry block at a rate to ensure
complete coverage with pores filled.

I. Prime Coats: Before application of finish coats, apply a prime coat of material as
recommended by the manufacturer to material that is required to be painted or

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finished and has not been prime coated by others. Recoat primed and sealed
surfaces where evidence of suction spots or unsealed areas in first coat appears,
to assure a finish coat with no burn through or other defects due to insufficient
sealing.

J. Pigmented (Opaque) Finishes: Completely cover to provide an opaque, smooth
surface of uniform finish, color, appearance, and coverage. Cloudiness, spotting,
holidays, laps, brush marks, runs, sags, ropiness, or other surface imperfections will
not be acceptable.

K. Completed Work: Match approved samples for color, texture, and coverage.
Remove, refinish, or repaint work not in compliance with specified requirements.

3.5 CLEANING

A. Cleanup: At the end of each work day, remove empty cans, rags, rubbish, and other
discarded paint materials from the site.

B. Upon completion of painting, clean glass and paint-spattered surfaces. Remove
spattered paint by washing and scraping, using care not to scratch or damage
adjacent finished surfaces.

3.6 PROTECTION

A. Protect work of other trades, whether to be painted or not, against damage by
painting. Correct damage by cleaning, repairing or replacing, and repainting, as
acceptable to Architect.

B. Provide "wet paint" signs to protect newly painted finishes. Remove temporary
protective wrappings provided by others for protection of their work after completion
of painting operations.

C. At completion of construction activities of other trades, touch up and restore
damaged or defaced painted surfaces.

3.7 INTERIOR PAINT SCHEDULE

A. General: Provide the following paint systems for the various substrates, as indicated.

B. Gypsum Drywall Systems Lusterless (Flat) Emulsion Finish 2 coats:
1. Primer: Latex-Based Interior White Primer (FS TT-P-650).
2. Finish Coat: Latex-Based Interior Flat Paint (FS TT-P-29).

C. Gypsum Drywall Odorless Semigloss Alkyd Enamel Finish: 3 coats with total dry film
thickness not less than 2.5 mils.

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1. Primer: Interior Latex-Based White Primer (FS TT-P-650).
2. First Coat: Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-509).
3. Second Coat: Interior Semigloss Odorless Alkyd Enamel (FS TT-E-509).

D. Woodwork and Hardboard: Full-Gloss Enamel Finish 3 coats.
1. Undercoat: Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-543).
2. First Coat: Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-506).
3. Second Coat: Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-506).

E. Zinc-Coated Metal: Full-Gloss Enamel Finish: 2 coats over primer with total dry film
thickness not less than 2.5 mils.
1. Primer: Galvanized Metal Primer (FS TT-P-641).
2. Undercoat: Interior Enamel Undercoat (FS TT-E-543).
3. Finish Coat: Exterior Alkyd Gloss Enamel (FS TT-E-506).

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