Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: De Mesa Sanchez House, Block 7 Lot 6
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Title: Review and comment documents
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: De Mesa Sanchez House, Block 7 Lot 6
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
43 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
de Mesa-Sanchez House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 43 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.896429 x -81.313225
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EVANS and HAMMOND, Inc. Y 79
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
THOMAS N. EVANS, JR., P.E. 904/388-0711
NEC CERTIFICATE NO. 4649 4 May 1979 2756 PARK STREET
JAMES M. HAMMOND, P.E. JACIC(BNVILLE, FLORIDA 32205


Shepard Associates
Architects & Planners, Inc.
2111 Corporate Square Blvd.
Jacksonville, Florida 32216

Attn: Mr. Kenneth R. Smith A.I.A.

Re: Restoration DeMesa House
St. Augustine, Florida

Dear Ken:

The following comments are offered in response to the 100% review comments for the
referenced project.

Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Comment 3, prepared by Mr. Adams.
This item has been checked and corrected.

Electrical comments prepared by Mr. Bucklin, Department of General Services.
All items have been complied with.

Mechanical comments prepared by Mr. Monte Drake, Department of General Services:

1. Well details have been specified. Well shall be 2-in. with
galvanized casing of sufficient depth to produce 20 GPM.
2. There is no significance of "GPM @ 15 PSI" and, therefore, has
been deleted.

3. & 4. This office has verified through St. Johns Water Management
District that they exercise no jurisdiction or have any requirements
for wells 4-in. in diameter or less and do not require a permit.
They did state that if a disposal well were required, a permit
would have to be obtained. Mr. Steinbeck contacted Dr. Reno,
St. Johns County, and the City Building Department and was told no
well permit was required.

5. All indications which this office has received indicate that a well
to serve this project will be approximately 30 to 40 feet deep and,
therefore, the water will be fresh ground water.

6. The phrase "with either one or two pumps operating" is inappropriate
for this application and has been deleted.

7. The condensers should be cleaned with a mild acid. Cleaning shall be
accomplished when the head pressure is elevated indicating scaling of
the condenser tubes.

8. Manufacturer's literature on specified heat pump is enclosed.














9. Duct drops were erroneously sized and have been corrected.

10. There are to be no dampers and extractors under the floor in the
duct system. The branch duct will be balanced in the attic and
final balancing will be accomplished at the floor register.

11. It is our opinion that since the ductwork is wrapped in felt,
encased in concrete and buried in earth, there is no economic
justification to insulate the ductwork. The air in the ductwork
(cooling cycle) is approximately 60 degrees F with earth tempera-
ture at approximately 70 degrees F.

12. Duct sizes have been added.

13. Controls have been added to drawings.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call.



Very truly yours,

EVANS AND HAMMOND, INC.



Alan G. Cooper





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Package

*ER TO AIR HEAT PUMPS

I/HEATING/DEHUMIDIFICATION
)70 TO 500 9500 TO 64000 BTUH















VERTICLE PAL
SWH-SWPH
HORIZONTAL PACKAGE
FORT / ECONOMY

imand-Aire Heat Pumps provide year-round air conditioned comfort in a sound i
;ed by laboratory testing and a history of trouble-free operation and reliability.
patented Tube-in-Shell Heat Exchanger makes Command-Aire Energy Efficienc
igs among the industry's highest.
ures:
* Units are factory charged, ready to operate
" Pre-wired controls assure proper circuitry, minimize on-site labor
* Low voltage control circuits reduce field wiring costs
* Hermetically sealed compressor protected internally from excess
current and temperature
Lock-out relay protects compressor from short cycling
Internal and External compressor isolation mounts reduce sound
and vibration
All controls and components located for easy inspection access.

Vertical Heat Pump (SW-SWP): for floor level installation, closet or
equipment room.
Horizontal Heat Pump (SWH-SWPH): for overhead suspension -
minimum cabinet height saves ceiling space; simple installation
by bottom mounted isolation-grommeted brackets.

IONAL ACCESSORIES: The uncollapsible "Heart" of
Automatic changeover thermostat C-A's Heat Energy Recovery
i Water regulation valves System provides a broader
Firestat safety control range of operating conditions
0 Low pressure switch highest COP's In the Indus
Permanent filters
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SW,SWP 400 thru 500
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SW, SWP 070 thru 300
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40,000


50,000


64,000


12,000 16,000 25,500 31,000 40,000 55,000 63,000 85,000
3.1 3.0 3.1 3.3 3.7 3.5 3.1 3.4

6x8 6x8 9x7 9x7 9x7 9x7 10x10 10x10
200-400 300-500 450-750 600-1000 750-1250 900-1400 1200-2000 1500-2400

1/12 1/12 1/8 1/6 1/4 1/4 1/3 1/2
1625 1625 1075 1075 1075 1075 1075 1075

13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14
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140 200 200 210 230 240 320 330
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ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP.
EWT CFM 6.25 GPM 7.5 GPM | 8.75 GPM
800 ENT. DB TEMP. 630 670 1 710 630 670 71 7 630 670 71
30 6.2 2I 3. ~ .


30 3


326


34 8


SENSIBLE COOLINGMH 2. 22. 18.3 -I25.9 2 1. ~iB9 2261.2~ 22.7 19.1


3 17


3 34


3.4


307


3.19


3 U3


2 97


3.22


3 11


TOTAL COOLING MBH 29.0 31.1 33.0 29.9 32.3 34.4 30.6 33.1 35.4
900 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 24.9 21.4 17.7 25.3 21.9 18.2 25.5 22.1 18.5
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.42 3.57 3.73 3.28 3.42 3.54 3.17 3.30 3.42
TOTAL COOLING MBH 27.6 29.5 31.2 28.4 30.6 32.6 29.2 31.5 33.5
1000 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 24.4 20.8 17.1 24.7 21.2 17.6 25.0 21 .6 17.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.60 3.78 3.96 3.50 3.66 3.83 3.40 3.53 3.65


Air Volume Factor-Cooling


Air Volume Factor- Heating


CFM o800 900 1000 1100 1200 'CFM 800 900 1000 1100 1200
TOTAL COOLING MBH 0.96 0.98 1.00 1.01 1.02 IITOTAL HEATING MBH 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.02
SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 0.90 0.95 1.00 1.03 1.07 IIABSORPTION MBH 0.93 0.97 1.00 1.01 1.03
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.97 0.98 1.00 1.01 1.03 ICOMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.06 1.03 1.00 0.98 0.96


Sensible Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.


ENT. ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP
W.B. 740 I1 760 1 780 1 800 1 82 840


63 0.80


0.86 0.93 1.00 1.06
0.84 0.92 1.00 1.07 1.14 1.24
1.00 1. 10 1.19 1.29


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SWH-SWPH 250


Heating Performance
ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
EWT 6.25 GPM 7.5 GPM 8.75 GPM
600 700 800 600 70 800 600 700 800
TOTAL HEATING MBH 38.7 37.8 36.9 40.5 39.7 38.7 42.0 41.0 39.9
60 ABSORPTION MBH 28.2 26.8 25.2 29.7 28.0 26.7 30.7 29.4 27.3
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.07 3.22 3.42 3.16 3.42 3.51 3.31 3.39 3.69
TOTAL HEATING MBH 40.7 39.9 39.1 42.7 41.8 40.8 44.4 43.4 42.3
700 ABSORPTION MBH 29.8 28.4 26.8 31.3 29.6 28.1 32.5 30.9 28.7
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.19 3.37 3.60 3.34 3.57 3.72 3.48 3.66 3.98
TOTAL HEATING MBH 42.8 42.0 41.1 44.9 44.0 43.0 46.5 45.4 44.3
80 ABSORPTION MBH 31.4 29.9 28.3 33.0 31.2 29.6 34.3 32.3 30.3
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.34 3.54 3.75 3.48 3.75 3.92 3.57 3.83 4.19


Cooling Performance


ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP.
EWT 1 TEMP 7.5 GPM 9 GPM 10.5 GPM
80 ENT D TEMP. 630 670 710 630 670 710 630 670 710
TOTAL COOLING MBH 35.9 38.6 41.2 37.0 39.7 42.2 37.6 40.5 43.3
800 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 30.8 26.4 21.9 31.2 26.8 22.3 31.4 27.2 22.7
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.48 4.63 4.80 4.30 4.51 4.77 4.22 4.36 4.54
TOTAL COOLING MBH 34.3 36.9 39.1 35.6 38.1 40.4 36.1 38.7 41.2
900 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 30.1 25.7 21.2 30.7 26.3 21.7 30.8 26.5 22.0
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.63 4.80 5.07 4.45 4.69 4.98 4.42 4.63 4.86
TOTAL COOLING MBH 32.4 34.7 36.8 33.6 36.2 38.6 34.5 37.0 39.4
1000 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 29.4 25.0 20.4 29.9 25.5 21.1 30.1 25.9 21.3
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.83 5.09 5.33 4.71 4.92 5.09 4.60 4.83 5.04


Air Volume Factor-Cooling


Air Volume Factor-Heating


CFM I1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 tCFM I1000 1100 1200 1300 1400
TOTAL COOLING MBH 0.96 0.98 1.00 1.01 1.02 ITOTAL HEATING MBH 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.02
SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 0.92 0.96 0 1.00 1.03 1.07 ABSORPTION MBH 0.93 0.97 1.00 1.01 1.03
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.01 COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.06 1.03 1.00 0.98 0.96

Sensible Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.


EN'T. ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
W.B. 740 760 780 800 820 840
630 0.80 0.85 0.94 1.00 1.06
670 0.83 0.92 1.00 1.08 1.16
710 1 1 1.00 1.11 1.19


80 SW-SWP
SWH-SWPH 300


Heating Performance
1200 CFM ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
EWT 7.5 GPM 9 GPM 10.5 GPM
600 700 800 600 700 800 600 700 800
TOTAL HEATING MBH 48.0 47.7 46.7 50.7 49.8 48.7 52.6 51.9 50.5
600 ABSORPTION MBH 34.1 32.9 31.2 36.0 34.5 32.6 37.4 36.0 33.8
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.10 4.34 4.57 4.33 4.51 4.72 4.47 4.66 4.90
TOTAL HEATING MBH 53.9 53.3 52.2 56.7 55.9 54.4 59.0 58.2 56.7
700 ABSORPTION MBH 38.4 37.0 35.0 40.5 38.8 36.5 42.2 40.4 37.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.56 4.80 5.06 4.75 5.02 5.25 4.93 5.22 5.51


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TOTAL HEATING MBH


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58.8


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0 C ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP
ET ENT. TEMP 8 GPM 10 GPM 12 GPM
800 ENT TMP 630 670 71 630 670 71 630 670 710
TOTAL COOLING MBH 47.0 50.5 54.0 48.8 52.6 56.2 50.5 54.2 58.0
800 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 40.9 33.8 26.6 41.8 34.7 27.3 42.5 35.2 27.9
SCOMPRESSOR INPUT KW 5.30 5.54 5.76 5.07 5.29 5.49 4.88 5.10 5.30
TOTAL COOLING MBH 44.5 48.2 51.9 46.4 50.2 53.9 47.9 51.5 55.1
900 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 39.9 33.0 25.9 40.7 33.6 26.6 41.4 34.2 26.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 5.60 5.90 6.17 5.36 5.61 5.83 5.19 5.41 5.61
TOTAL COOLING MBH 42.0 45.7 49.2 44.0 47.7 51.5 45.0 48.9 52.7
100 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 39.2 32.1 25.2 39.9 32.8 25.7 40.2 33.3 26.0
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 5.92 6.29 6.61 5.67 5.95 6.20 5.55 5.79 6.00


Air Volume Factor-Heating


CFM 1200
TOTAL COOLING MBH 0.94
SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 0.87
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.96


1400 1600 1800 2000 I.CFM 1200 1400 1600
0.97 1.00 1.02 1.04 I TOTAL HEATING MBH 0.96 0.98 1.00
0.96 1.00 1.05 1.10 IABSORPTION 0.90 0.95 1.00
0.98 1.00 1.01 1.02 I COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.10 1.05 1.00


1800 2000
1.01 1.02
1.02 1.04
0.97 0.95


1,, :SSWH-SWPH


Sensible Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.


ENT 1 ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
W. B. 74 760 780 800 820 840 860
630 0.84 0.86 0.93 1.00 1.06


67 0.8,
71


0.92 1.00 1.07 1.15 1.23
1.00 1.09 1.18 1.28


Heating Performance
1600 CFM ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
EWT 8 GPM 10 GPM 12 GPM
S____600 700 800 600 700 800 1600 700 800
TOTAL HEATING MBH 52.1 50.7 49.2 55.9 54.4 52.9 59.8 58.2 56.6
60 ABSORPTION MBH 36.8 34.8 32.7 39.8 37.6 35.3 42.8 40.5 38.0
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.49 4.67 4.86 4.73 4.94 5.17 4.98 5.21 5.48
TOTAL HEATING MBH 58.1 56.8 55.7 62.5 61.3 60.2 670 65.8 64.7
70 ABSORPTION MBH 41.4 39.3 37.3 44.8 42.6 40.5 48.2 46.0 43.7
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 4.90 5.15 5.41 5.20 5.48 5.78 5.51 5.82 6.16
TOTAL HEATING MBH 63.8 62.7 62.0. 68.9 67.9 67.2 74.1 73.1 72.4
800 ABSORPTION MBH 45.9 43.8 42.0 49.8 47.5 45.5 53.7 51.3 49.0
SCOMPRESSOR INPUT KW 5.26 5.56 5.88 5.63 5.98 6.37 6.00 6.40 6.87

Cooling Performance
ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP.
EWT 12.5 GPM 15 GPM 17.5 GPM
BO ENT. DB TEMP. 630 670 710 630 670 710 630 670 710
TOTAL COOLING MBH 61.0 65.0 67.8 61.7 66.0 69.8 62.7 66.8 69.9
80 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 54.2 46.2 37.5 54.4 46.6 38.2 54.8 47.0 38.4
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 6.67 7.07 7.34 6.56 6.94 7.21 6.43 6.82 7.10
TOTAL COOLING MBH 57.2 60.8 63.5 58.3 62.1 65.0 59.3 62.9 65.6
90 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 52.7 44.7 36.0 53.1 45.1 36.7 53.5 45.5 36.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 7.10 7.55 7.85 6.97 7.39 7.67 6.86 7.27 7.43
TOTAL COOLING MBH 54.0 57.1 59.4 54.9 58.0 60.3 55.8 59.0 61.3
1000 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 51.4 43.4 34.7 51.6 43.6 34.9 52.0 44.0 35.4
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 7.69 8.01 8.26 7.46 7.81 8.12 7.41 7.83 8.13


Air Volume Factor-Cooling
CFM 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400
TOTAL COOLING MBH 0.94 0.97 1.00 1.02 1.04
SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 0.88 0.94 1.00 1.05 1.10
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.97 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.02


Air Volume Factor Heating
CFM 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400
TOTAL HEATING MBH 0.97 0.98 1.00 1.01 1.02
ABSORPTION MBH 0.92 0.96 1.00 1.02 1.04
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.08 1.04 1.00 0.98 0.96


Sensible Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.


WSW-SWP B. 74
500 ,SWH-SWPH 630

Heating Performance


ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
0 76 1 780 800 820 840 860
9 0.86 0.93 1.00 1.07
0.83 0.91 1.00 1.08 1.16 1.24
1.00 1.10 1.20 1.32


2000 CFM ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
EWT 12.5 GPM 15 GPM 17.5 GPM
600 70' 80 600 700 800 600 70o 800
TOTAL HEATING MBH 78.1 76.9 75.4 83.0 81.6 79.7 87.4 85.0 83.1
600 BSORPTION MBH 57.8 55.2 52.2 61.6 59.0 55.3 64.9 61.1 57.3
___ COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 5.45 5.80 6.13 5.73 6.04 6.50 6.03 6.38 6.84
TOTAL HEATING MBH 86.6 85.0 83.7 92.3 90.8 89.1 96.6 94.3 92.0
700 ABSORPTION MBH 64.1 60.9 57.8 68.3 65.0 61.1 71.4 67.5 63.6
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW '6.03 6.44 6.87 6.44 6.87 7.41 6.75 7.16 7.52
TOTAL HEATING MBH 95.1 93.2 92.1 109.6 99.4 97.4 114.7 103.7 101.6
800 ABSORPTION MBH 70.4 66.7 63.5 74.7 71.1 67.1 77.8 74.1 69.7
__ COMPRESSOR. INPUT KW 6.63 7.09 7.60 7.03 7.55 8.06 7.45 7.90 8.45


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Air Volume Factor-Cooling


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lume Factor-Cooling Air Volume Factor Heating
200 300 400 CFM 200 300 400
LING MBH 0.91 1.00 1.04 TOTAL HEATING MBH 0.96 1.00 1.02
COOLING MBH 0.82 1.00 1.15 ABSORPTION MBH 0.90 1.00 1.04
)R INPUT KW 0.98 1.00 1.02 COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.14 1.00 0.94

)le Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.
ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
74 76 1 780 1 800 1 820 840 1 860 S SW P 0 7 0
0.79 0.85 0.93 1.00 1.06 CAD 1B
0.84 0.92 1.00 .08 1.16 1.24 W H- SW PH
1.00 1.09 1.18 1.28

ting Performance
D CFENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
1.5 GPM 2 GPM 2.5 GPM
60 700 80 600 700 800 600 700 800
TAL HEATING MBH 10.7 10.5 10.3 11.6 11.3 11.1 12.1 11.9 11.6
SORPTION MBH 7.6 7.2 6.8 8.2 7.8 7.4 8.7 8.2 7.7
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.94 1.01 1.08 1.00 1.06 1.11 1.03 1.09 1.17
TAL HEATING MBH 11.9 11.7 11.6 12.9 12.7 12.5 13.6 13.4 13.1
SORPTION MBH 8.6 8.1 7.7 9.3 8.8 8.3 9.8 9.3 8.7
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.01 1.10 1.17 1.09 1.17 1.26 1.13 1.21 1.32
TAL HEATING MBH 13.2 13.0 12.9 14.4 14.1 13.9 15.1 14.9 14.6
SORPTION MBH 9.5 9.1 8.6 10.4 9.9 9.3 11.0 10.4 9.7
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.10 1.19 1.27 1.22 1.28 1.39 1.24 1.34 1.48


ling Performance
ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP.
CFM 2.5 GPM 3 GPM 3.5 GPM
ENT. DB TEMP. 630 670 710 630 67 710 630 670 710
TAL COOLING MBH 11.0 11.8 12.5 11.3 12.2 13.1 12.0 13.0 13.9
NSIBLE COOLING MBH 9.8 8.4 6.8 9.9 8.5 7.0 10.1 8.8 7.3
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.24 1.31 1.38 1.19 1.26 1.31 1.09 1.13 1.18
rAL COOLING MBH 10.5 11.2 11.9 10.8 11.6 12.4 11.6 12.4 13.3
4SIBLE COOLING MBH 9.6 8.1 6.6 9.7 8.2 6.8 10.0 8.6 7.1
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.32 1.40 1.48 1.27 1.35 1.42 1.17 1.22 1.28
rAL COOLING MBH 10.0 10.6 11.2 10.2 11.0 11.7 11.0 11.9 12.7
NSIBLE COOLING MBH 9.4 7.9 6.4 9.5 8.0 6.6 9.8 8.4 6.9
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1;41 1.51 I .60 1.36 1.44 1.53 1.25 1.31 I .37
>lume Factor -Cooling Air Volume Factor -Heating
300 400 500 CFM 300 400 500
ILING MBH 0.94 1.00 1.04 TOTAL HEATING MBH 0.96 1.00 1.01
COOLING MBH 0.88 1.00 1.11 ABSORPTION MBH 0.85 1.00 1-04
DR INPUT KW 0.96 1.00 1.02 COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.07 1.00 0.95

ble Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.
ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
740 760 780 800 820 840 1 860 SW-VV SW P
D.78 0.85 0.92 1.00 1.06 SW H SW PH
0.83 0.91 1.00 1.07 1.16 1.24 SW H -SW PH 10 0
S1.00 1.09 1.19 1.29

ting Performance
ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
2.5 GPM 3 GPM 3.5 GPM
S 600 700 80o 600 700 800 o60 700 800
TAL HEATING MBH 15.5 15.1 14.8 16.2 15.8 15.5 16,8 16.3 15.9
SORPTION MBH 11.4 10.8 10.3 12.0 11.3 10.8 12.4 11.7 11.0
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.30 1.36 1.43 1.34 1.42 1.50 1.40 1.48 1.56
TAL HEATING MBH 17.3 16.9 16.6 18.1 17.6 17.3 18,8 18.2 '17.7
SORPTION MBH 12.7 12.1 11.4 13.3 12.5 11.8 13.8 12.8 12.0
MPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.46 1.54 1.65 1.54 1.64 1.74 1.60 1.71 1.81
TAL HEATING MBH 19.1 18.7 1.-2 20.0 19.5 19.0 20 20 20.0 19.5
SORPTION MBH 14.0 13.3 12.4 14.6 13.7 12.8 15.1 140 13.0
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ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP.
600 CFM
EWT 80 ENT DB TEMP. 3 GPM 4 GPM 5 GPM
630 670 710 630 67 710 .630 670 710
TOTAL COOLING MBH 17.0 18.0 19.2 18.2 19.5 20.8 19.0 20.4 21.8
80 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 14.9 12.7 10.4 15.4 13.2 10.8 15.6 13.6 11.3
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.31 2.44 2.56 2.13 2.23 2.33 2.04 2.11 2.19
TOTAL COOLING MBH 15.9 17.0 17.9 17.1 18.4 19.7 18.0 19.4 20.7
900 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 14.4 12.3 9.9 14.9 12.8 10.6 15.2 13.2 10.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.46 2.58 2.70 2.27 2.38 2.48 2.16 2.27 2.35
TOTAL COOLING MBH 14.9 15.8 16.6 16.1 17.2 18.4 16.9 18.2 19.5
100 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 14.0 11.8 9.3 14.5 12.3 10.1 14.8 12.7 10.5
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.62 2.74 2.86 2.43 2.55 2.65 2.32 2.42 2.52


Air Volume Factor Heating


CFM 1 400 500 600 700 800 CFM 400 500 600 700 800
TOTAL COOLING MBH 1 0.92 0.97 1.00 1.03 1.05 TOTAL HEATING MBH 0.97 0.98 1.00 1.01 1.02
SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 0.83 0.92 1.00 1.07 1.14 ABSORPTION MBH 1 0.91 0.95 1.00 1.03 1.06
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.97 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.02 COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.21 1.09 1.00 0.93 0.90

Sensible Cooling Factor for Other Dry Bulb Temps.
ENT ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP
1 5 0 SW -S P W.B. 740 760 78 800 820 840 860
SW H 63 10.82 0.891 0.96 1.00 1.10
5 H s. 670 0.83 0.91 1.00 1.07 1.14 1.22
71 1.00 1.07 1.16 1.25

Heating Performance
ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
EWT 3 GPM 4 GPM 5 GPM
600 70 80 600 700 800 600 700 80
TOTAL HEATING MBH 21.6 21.0 20.5 23.6 22.9 22.5 24.8 24.1 23.6
600 ABSORPTION MBH 15.3 14.5 13.7 17.0 16.0 15.2 17.5 16.5 15.5
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.87 1.93 2.02 1.96 2.05 2.15 2.14 2.25 2.39
TOTAL HEATING MBH 23.9 23.2 23.0 26.2 25.6 25.1 27.4 26.7 26.2
700 ABSORPTION MBH 17.2 16-2 15.5 19.0 18.0 17.0 19.5 18.4 17.4
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.99 2.07 2.22 2.13 2.25 2.39 2.34 2.46 2.59


800


TOTAL HEATING MBH 259 277 0 295


ABSORPTION MBH


19.0


17.4 I 21.1


20.0


21.5 1 20.4


19.3


25.9


18.2 1


27.7


18.8


COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1 2.10 2.26 2.42 1 2.31 2.47 2.63 2.54 2.67 2.80


Cooling Performance
ENTERING AIR WET BULB TEMP.
EWT 800 CFM 5 GPM 6 6PM 7 6PM
63 ENT. D0 TEM 670 710 630 670 710 630 670 710
TOTAL COOLING MBH 24.1 25.9 27.7 24.8 26.7 28.4 25.5 27.5 29.4
80 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 19.9 17.0 14.4 20.1 17.3 14.6 20.3 17.7 14.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.84 2.98 3.07 2.72 2.87 2.98 2.63 2.72 2.81
TOTAL COOLING MBH 22.8 24.5 26.2 23.7 25.5 27.3 24.4 26.2 27.9
90 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 19.3 16.5 13.9 19.6 16.9 14.2 19.9 17.1 14.4
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.04 3.19 3.28 2.90 3.01 3.10 2.78 2.93 3.04
TOTAL COOLING MBH 21.5 23.1 24.7 22.3 24.0 25.7 23.1 24.8 26.4
100 SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 18.7 16.0 13.4 19.0 16.4 13.7 19.4 16.6 13.9
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 3.19 3.37 3.45 3.10 3.25 3.34 2.98 3.13 3.25


Air Volume Factor-Cooling


Air Volume Factor Heating


30.1I


CFM 600 700 800 900 1000 CFM 600 700 800 900 1000
TOTAL COOLING MBH 0.94 0.97 1.00 1.02 1.03 ITOTAL HEATING MBH 0.95 0.98 1.00 1.01 1.02
SENSIBLE COOLING MBH 0.89 0.94 1.00 1.05 1.10 ABSORPTION MBH 0.91 0.95 1.00 1.02 1.05
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.00 1.01 COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 1.05 1.03 1.00 0.98 0.95


Sensible Cooling Factor For Other Dry Bulb Temps.
ENT. ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
2 0 0 W.B. 740 760 780 80 820 840 860
1/63 0.80 0.87 0.93 1.00 1.06
S- W M 670 0.85 0.92 1.00 1.08 1.15 1.22
710 1.00 1.09 1.17 1.27

Heating Performance
ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMP.
EWT 5 GPM 6 GPM 7 GPM
600 700 800 600 700 800 600 700 800
TOTAL HEATING MBH 29.3 28.7 28.1 30.8 30.0 29.4 31.9 31.1 30.4
600 ABSORPTION MBH 20.8 19.8 18.6 22.0 20.9 19.5 23.0 21.6 20.4
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.49 2.60 2.78 2.57 2.66 2.90 2.60 2.78 2.93
TOTAL HEATING MBH 32.4 31.8 31.1 34.0 33.3 32.5 35.3 34.5 33.7
700 ABSORPTION MBH 23.3 22.2 20.8 24.3 23.0 21.7 25.5 24.1 22.6
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.66 2.81 3.01 2.84 3.01 3.16 2.87 3.04 3.25
TOTAL HEATING MBH 35.3 34.5 33.6 37.4 36.6 35.9 38.7 37.9 37.0
80 ABSORPTION MBH 25.7 24.4 23.0 26.6 25.2 23.8 28.0 26.6 25.0
COMPRESSOR INPUT KW 2.81 3.07 3.10 3.16 3.34 3.54 3.13 3.31 3.51


Air Volume Factor Cooling


TOTAL HEATING MBH


29.5


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01 LI e I v y I i IVU i a 1 V0 20- IJi za i
4d 22" 7" 20 1 I" 16" 1" 91" 6" 104 12k" 20" 24f 38"
42" 31+ 19" 25" 3" 18L 9 o i0' I2t 2111334 140"
42" 39 32 '9" 1" 3 :'j" i" 3"' 13-16" lif 421 4d'
'-9- -44" f


12,000 18,500


27,000


32,500 39,000 50,000 64,000


12,000 16,000 25,500 31,000 40,000 51,000 63,000 85,000
3.1 3.0 3.1 3.3 3.7 3.6 3.1 3.4
6x8 6x8 9x7 9x7 9x7 9x7 Oxi10 10x10
200-400 300-500 450-750 600-1000 750-1250 900-1400 1200-2000 1500-2401
1/12 1/12 1/8 1/6 1/4 1/4 1/3 1/2
1625 1625 1075 1075 1075 1075 1075 1075
13 13 12 12 12 12 12 14
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4
1.11 1.11 2.0 2.0 3.13 3.13 4.25 4.25

10x20 10x20 16x20 16x20 18x25 18x25 18x32 18x32

140 200 200 210 230 240 320 330
150 210 210 220 240 250 330 340
1.2 2.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.6 4.5 4.3

Tube and shell, 3/4" Finned Copper Tube, Hydrostatic pressure-tested to 2250 Ibs.

BTUH from capacity ratings (does not apply to 070,100 and 150 series)
;, 800 DB/670 WB indoor, 850 F water in; 950 F water out.
>, 700 DB/indoor, 600 F water in with the same water flow as cooling.


9,500







COMMAND-AIRE


SW-SWP/SWH-SWPH

ELECTRICAL DATA


LEGEND
FLA Full Load Amps
FS Fuse Size
LRA Lock Rotor Amps
RLA Rated Load Amps
WSA Wire Size Amps


208-230, '160


28 0


SW-SWP/SWH-SWPH


BLOWER PERFORMANCE
WATER PRESSURE DROP










Note: See color and dot coded pages for
cooling/heating performance data.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.


400/.28 200/.56
300/.47


2.5/.25 2.0/.20 1.5/.15


500/.14 300/.52
4 210 3.5/.55 3.0/.40 2.5/.25

800/.15 600/.49 400/.67 200 5.0/1.7 4.0/1.2 3.0/.75
700/.35 500/.59

1000/.21 800/.46 600/.61
1250 7.0/4.8 6.0/3.7 5.0/2.6
900/.34 700/.54

119 1004 7 900/.9 420 8.75/8.0 7.5/6.25 6.25/4.3
1100/.48 900/.90

1400/.17 1200/.55 100/75 480 10.5/13.5 9.0/10.0 7.5/6.2
1300/.39 1100/.65

160 1200/.78 600 12.0/4.8 10.0/3.4 8.0/2.2
1800/.28 1400/.78

2400/.00 2000/50 1600/.87 650 17.5/10.2 15.0/8.0 12.5/5.75


*at design CFM


COMMAND-AIRE CORPORATION
3221 Spelght Street P.O. Box 7916 Waco, Texas 76710


HERS 1-10/76


277/1/60 4.7 28.7 .46 6.4 15
208-230/1/60 7.5 37.5 .50 10.0 15
277/1/60 7.0 37.7 .46 9.2 15
208-230/1/60 13.3 57.0 1.1 17.8 20
S 208-230/3/60 7.5 49.0 1.1 10.5 15
460/3/60 3.7 24.0 1.2 5.9 15
277/1/60 10.7 57.5 1.59 15.0 20
208-230/1/60 14.8 71.0 1.1 19.6 25
208-230/3/60 9.1 65.0 1.2 '12.6 20
460/3/60 4.5 27.0 0.55 6.2 15
277/1/60 12.0 64.9 1.90 16.9 20
208-230/1/60 19.75 76.0 2.2 26.9 30
208-230/3/60 11.75 65.0 2.2 16.9 20
460/3/60 5.1 27.0 1.1 7.5 15
208-230/1/60 25.75 103.0 2.2 34.4 40
208-230/3/60 14.3 72.0 2.2 20.1 25
460/3/60 6.4 35.0 1.1 9.1 15
208-230/1/60 28.0 140.0 3.2 38.2 45
208-230/3/60 16.5 104.0 3.2 23.9 30
460/3/60 7.4 50.0 1.82 11.1 15
208-230/1/60 40.5 175.0 5.1 55.8 60
208-230/3/60 28.0 132.0 5.1 40.1 45
460/3/60 11.5 62.0 2.1 16.5 25


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SHPAAD
ASSOCIATES

ARCHITECTS
& PLANNERS
I INCORPORATED

2111 CORPORATE SQUARE BLVD.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 32216
(9041 7222111 721-2119


[LI-UU46w a rkMoFaBL


ATTN:


DATE: May 8, 1979


PROJECT NO: 7813 Ie Mesa-Sanchez House


TO: Mr. Robert H. Steinbach
Historic St. Augustine
Preservation Board
P. 0. Box 1987
St. Augustine, Florida 32084


If enclosures are not as noted, please
diately.
If checked below, please:
D Acknowledge receipt of enclosures.
E Return enclosures to us.


inform us imme-


WE TRANSMIT:
El herewith


E under separate cover via


E in accordance with your request
FOR YOUR:
E approval E distribution to parties
E review & comment E record
D use D


E information


THE FOLLOWING:
E Drawings
El Specifications
E Change Order


E Shop Drawing Prints
E Shop Drawing Reproducibles
D


E Samples
E Product Literature


COPIES DWG. NOS. DATE DESCRIPTION ACTION
CODE

8 Set ___ Final Prints, consisting of Sheets 1-6, Ml & M2, El & E2,
dated 5 February 1979 or revised 20 April 1979














ACTION A. Approved D. Not approved
CODE: B. Approved as noted E. No action required
C. Revise and resubmit F. See remarks below

REMARKS: We will retain 7 sets of your prints here to distribute for bidding and
will print and issue the project manuals as soon as we hear from you
regarding the contract.



COPIES TO: (with enclosures)
Mr. Carl Morgan, DGS (ltr. only) D


D BY: Kenneth R. Smith


ONE PAGE












HEARDD
ASSOCIATES

ARCHITECTS
PLANNERS
CORPORATED March 30, 1979




c. Robert H. Steinbach
Lrector of Research & Interpretation
historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
ost Office Box 1987
-. Augustine, Florida 32084
RE: Restoration of DeMesa-Sanchez House, State
Project No. DOS-3200
ear Bob:

Lease note Items 1, 3 and 4 in the enclosed Review Comments from Monte
rake at DGS. We did not address these problems because I believe you
elt you could better handle them yourself.

Lease call us and advise.

est regards,



erschel E. Shepard.


ic.


IS:gms

















ERSCHEL E. SHEPARD A.I.A KENNETH R. SMITH A.I.A
11 CORPORATE SQUARE BOULEVARD JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32216 (904) 721-2111













inical -

)Specify well detail: casing material, size, depth.

In the well spec, what is the significance of GPM at 15 PSI?

) It is the Engineer's responsibility to determine requirements of
regulating agencies and to then include them in the specification.
Do this for this well.

Determine what regulations, if any, control disposal of well water
used for condensing, and advise this office by letter.

What is the quality of the well water? Fresh or salt? Are all surfaces
within the Pump and Heat Pumps suitable for salt water use?

In the Pump spec, item (8), what is meant by "with either one or two pumps
operating"?

Describe the procedure the owner will employ to clean Heat Pump condensers.

Please furnish this office manufacturer's literature on the Heat Pumps
specified.

On the supply ducts from A/C-I, why are equal sized 9x12 verticals used
to feed horizontals of 270 CFM and 930 CFM?

. How kre splitter dampers and extractors going to be operated in the under-
floor ducts?

. Why isn't insulation needed in the underfloor ducts, especially on cooling
cycle?

*. Indicate duct sizing in the attic on the five duct sections for which it
is lacking.

I. Where are the pump/heat pump(s) controls covered?

preceding comments by Monte L. Drake, Project Director.



Carl Morgan
E. J. Lanum-nL
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STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES





FORM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN :. - .:.--

" OWNER AND ARCHITECT/ENGINER


STATE APPROPRIATION NO. 2-455-0503

STATE PROJECT NO. DOS-3200_:

Name and Location

Restoration DeMesa/Sanchez House "

St, Johns County

St. Augustine, Florida


Architect/Engineer

Shepard Associates Architects & Planners Inc.

2111 Corporate Square.Boulevard

Jacksonville, Florida 32216




Reubin O'D. Askew -
" .. ... '- Govemrnor "
jBruceA. Smfrhsn Bill Gunter, .Tram
SBcretarVot StL&. : and InrarnC Commrnv

Robert L. Shevin Doyle Conner
Attorney Genera : Con'nisrsonwe of Aoricultui
Gerald A. Lewis Ralph D. Turington
CompiroUet CoinA uorw of EisCtjor
Thomas R. Brown
Executive Director







AGREEMENT FOR ARCHITECT-ENGINEER SERVICES


THIS AGREEMENT

Sade this 21st day of September


in the year Nineteen Hundred Seventy-Eight


BY AND BETWEEN THE DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT
OF GENERAL SERVICES, STATE OF FLORIDA, hereinafter called the OWNER, and

Shepard Associates Architects & Planners Inc.

2111 Corporate Square Boulevard : :..---

Jacksonville, Florida 32216 Federal Tax Identification No.: 59-1790701

hereinafter called the ARCHITECT-ENGINEER.

WITNESSETH, that whereas the Owner intends to restore the DeMesa/Sanchez House in
accordance with the Program approved May 9, 1978 by the Department of Administration,
Project DOS-3200, for a construction cost of $84,363.00.

NOW THEREFORE, the Owner and the Architect-Engineer, for the considerations hereinafter -.-
set forth, agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1. THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER AGREES TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR THE
PROJECT AS HEREINAFTER SET FORTH.

ARTICLE 2. THE OWNER AGREES TO PAY THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER AS COMPENSATION FOR HIS
SERVICES:

2.1 DELETED

2.2 For his Basic Services, the Lump Sum of $6,074.00, hereinafter referred to as
the Basic Rate.

2.3 For Additional Services defined in Articles 4.1 through 4.14 hereinafter, the
multiple of 2.25 shall be applied to the Direct Personnel Expense as defined in


Article 6.1 hereinafter, except that the multiple applicable to Article 4.13
shall be 1.75 For Additional Services defined in Article 4.15.hereinafter,
the Lump Sum of $150.00 per site visit.

In computing Direct Personnel Expense, principal's time shall be computed at -:j
$16.00 per hour, and employees' time shall be at payroll cost.

2.4 Reimbursable Expense as defined in Article 6.2 hereinafter to the amount
expended.

ARTICLE 3. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER'S BASIC SERVICES

3.1 Preliminary Design Phase : i.

3.1.1 The Architect-Engineer shall consult with the Owner to ascertain the requirements
of the Project.

1.2 DELETED





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project in its essentials as to kinds of materials, type of structure,
echanical and electrical systems and such other work as may be required.
hall submit to the Owner an Estimate of Probable Project Construction Co!

construction Documents Phase

e shall prepare, from the approved Design Development Documents, Working
drawings and Specifications setting forth in detail the work required for
architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, service-connected equi]
nd site work, and the necessary bidding information, General Conditions
contract and Supplementary General Conditions of the Contract, and shall
n the drafting of Proposal and Purchase Order Contract Forms. These Doci
re to be prepared for construction in accordance with "The Division of Bi
construction and Property Management, Bureau of Construction, Uniform Stai
orce Account Procedures".

e shall keep the Owner informed of any adjustments to previous Estimates
robable Project Construction Cost indicated by changes in scope, required
r market conditions.

e shall furnish fifteen copies of the Contract Documents consisting of c,
drawings, specifications, construction agreement forms, general condition.
special provisions and technical provisions.

construction Phase General Administration of Construction Contracts.

e shall assist the Owner in obtaining proposals from Contractors and in
ad preparing construction Purchase Order Contracts.

o the extent provided by the Purchase Order Contracts for this project,
ake decisions on all claims and on all matters relating to the execution
progress of the work or the interpretation of the Contract Documents. He
heck and approve samples, schedules, shop drawings and other submissions
or conformance with the design concept of the Project and for compliance
he information given by the Contract Documents, prepare Change Orders an
assemble written guarantees required of the Contractor.

e will make a maximum of .10 trips, as directed by the Project Manage
he site to familiarize himself generally with the progress and quality o
ork and to determine in general if the work is proceeding in accordance
he Contract Documents. He will not be required to make exhaustive or co
n-site inspections to check the quality or quantity of the work, he will
e responsible for the techniques and sequences of construction or the sa
recautions incident thereto, and he will not be responsible for the Cont
failure to carry out the construction work in accordance with the Contrac
documents. On the basis of his observations as a qualified professional
t the site, he will keep the Owner informed of the progress of the work,
ndeavor to guard the Owner against defects and deficiencies in the work
contractors, and he may condemn work as failing to conform to the Contrac
documents. He will conduct substantial and/or final completion inspection
art of the above maximum allowable trips, and will issue a Certificate o
completion.


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....... .ViCES OF THE ARCHITECT-ENGINE

-Tha following services se the Architect-Engineer extra expense. If any of these service.
are previously authorized in writing by the Owner they shall be paid for by the Owner as a
Multiple of Direct Personnel Expense as prescribed in Article 2.3.

4.1 Additional services due to significant changes in general scope of the Project or
its requirements including, but not limited to, changes in size, complexity,
or character of construction. .i'^-?i..

4.2 DELETED '

4.3 Revising previously approved drawings or specifications to accomplish changes. .

4.4 Providing Detailed Cost Estimates. '

4.5 When required by the Owner, preparing documents for Alternate Bids and Change ,t
Orders, or for supplemental work initiated after commencement of the construction .I
phase. ..

4.6 Consultation concerning replacement of any work damaged by fire or other cause
during construction and furnishing professional services of the types set-forth r[i\
in Article 3 above as may be required in connection with the replacement of
such work.. *':^^

4.7 Arranging for the work to proceed should the contractor default due to delinquency
or insolvency.

4.8 DELETED

4.9 Revising the tracings to show those changes made during the construction process,
based on the marked up prints, drawings and other data furnished by the
Contractor and which the Architect-Engineer considers significant.

0.10 DELETED

4.11 Making an inspection of the Project prior to expiration of the guarantee period
and reporting observed discrepancies under guarantees provided by the construction
contracts.

4.12 Serving as a witness for the Owner in any litigation or other proceeding involving
the Project.

4.13 Furnishing and directing one or more Project Representatives (if more extensive
representation at the site than called for in paragraph 3.3.3 hereinabove is
required) with the understanding that the number, identity, salaries and length
of service of such representatives shall be agreed to by the Owner. Through
the continuous on-site observations of the work in progress and field checks of
materials and equipment by the Resident Project Representative (if one is
furnished) the Architect-Engineer will endeavor to provide further protection
for the Owner against defects and deficiencies in the work, but the furnishing
of such resident project representation shall not make the Architect-Engineer
responsible for the Contractor's failure to perform the construction work in
accordance with the Contract Documents.

4.14 Additional services in connection with the Project not otherwise provided for in
this Agreement.

4.1i0 Site visits in addition to those prescribed in Article 3.3.3.

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ARTICLE 5. THE CV.'NER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

. .1\ Tihe Owner shall provide full informnc

f.' He si -! des;cnctr- rerepresentctives cu
do-urnents submitted by the Architeci


5. 5.3










5.4



5.5
ah..


5.7


tion cs to his requirements for the Project.


hnorized to oct in. his behalf. He shall examine
t-Ena;neer and render decisions oertainin= thereio


pr:.mnptly, to avoid unreasonable de:ay in tne progress of the Architect-Engineer's ;
worm HL shall observe the procedure of issuing orders to contractors on!y through ..'-
the Architect-Engneer. .. --
... .. -- ;. . ".-- .
i. !iaI' furnish or direct the Architect-Engineer to obtain, a: the Owner's exp-ense, .-
n certified survey of the site, giving, cs recuired, races ans lines of streets, alleys,
a.vements, and adjoining property; rights of way, restrictions, easements, encro:n-
ments, zoning, d..-ed restrictions, boundaries, and contours of the building site;
locations, dimensions, and complete data pertaining to existing buildings, other :
Improvement! an-: rrees; full information as to available service cna utility lines :
both public cr-n private: and test borings and pits necessary for determining subsoil

S. .: - .. ....--,

He shall pay for structural, chemical, mechanical, soil rnech=nics or other tests
and reports if required.. .-

He shall arrange and pay for such legna, cuditinc, and insurance counseling services
as may be required by the Owner for the Project. -.

If the Owner observes or otherwise becomes aware of any defect in the Project, he
shall give prompt written notice thereof to the Architecs-Engnneer.

if the Estimate of Probable Project Construction Cost, or the Detailed Cost Estimate, -


or the lowest bona fide proposal is in excess of cny limit stated herein, the Owner may
give written approval of an increase in the limit, or he shall cooperate in revising the
project scope or quality, or both, to reduce the cast cs required.


C' ;, *
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ARTICLE 6. DIRECT AND REIMBUP.SABLE EXPENSE


6.1














6.2


Direct Personnel Expense includes that of principals and employees engaged on the
Project including, but not limited to architects, engineers, designers, job captains,
drmftrnen, specific-tion writers, clerks, typists and Project Representatives, in
consultation, research, designing, producing drawings, specifications and other
documents pertaining to the Project, and services during construction ct the Project
Site. Payroll cost therefore shall mean the cost of salaries and wages paid to employees
engaged directly on the Project, plus cast of fringe benefits including, but not limited to,
social security contributions, unemployment, excise and payroll taxes, worakmen's
compensation, health and retirement benefits, bones, sick leave, vacation and
holiday pay applicable thereto, but such fringe -bnefits shai! not exceed 25% of
direct salaries or wages paid.


Reirnburable Expense includes cctL'al expenditures mode by the Architect-Enginzer in
the interest of -the Froject for the following incidental expenses:


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t each phase for the Owner's review and approval and sets furnished unde
articlee 3; and fees paid for securing approval of authorities having jur
ver the Project.

f authorized in advance by the Owner, premium portions of overtime; rend
r models for the Owner's use.

f their employment is authorized in advance by the Owner, fees of special
consultants; for other than the normal structural, mechanical and electric
engineering services, and fees for estimators making Detailed Cost Estima

. PROJECT CONSTRULT ON COST

Project Construction Cost shall be bawd upon one of the following; svjrc-s wirh
precedence In the ordar listed:

Lowest ccc==ea ble bonc fide Contractor's proposal received for cny or all por-i{ors
of the Project.

Detailed Estimate of Project Construction Cost if curhorized by the Owner.

The Architect-Engineer's latest Estimate of Probable Project Construction Cos:t bovac
on current crz-, volume or other unit costs.

When labor, material or service connected equipment is furnished by the O wner, th
Project Cons=truction Cost s.=ll include costs therefore at current market cost.

3. STATEMENTS OF PROJECT COST

Owner's Project Amount:
The Project Amount is the amount budgeted for c=tual construction of the Project in,
connections to utilities but is exclusive of cost of land, furnishings, and professionc
fees. For this Facility the Project Amount will be S 84,363.00

Architect-Engineer's Estimates:
Since the Architect-Engineer does not have control over the cost of labor and mater
or over competitive bidding and market conditions, the estimates of construction co:
provided for herein are to be made on the basis of his experience and qualifications
but the Architect-Engineer does not guarantee the accuracy of his estimates of
probable cost cs compared to the contractor's bids. However, the Architect-Engine
shall conform to the following provisions in his attempt to keep Project cost within
the Project Amount.

At the start of the Construction Document phase the Architect-Enginner shali resolve
with the Owner any apparent discrepancy between his Estimates of Probable ConstnL
Cost and the scope and requirements of the Owner. He shall be permitted to inclu:
acceptable alternates in the contract documents for the purpose of providing a
finished and acceptable facility within the Project Amount. Inability of the Owner
to award an acceptable construction conh-act because the lowest occeptabec bid is
greater than the available funds shall be ccase for the Architect-Engineer t.: be
required to revise the project at his own cost and expense in acco,rdcnce with the
require-ments of this Agreement until a contract can be awarded within the Project











that in his opinion the scope of the work which the Owner esta-lishi-s ar .nsist-
upon will cause the construction ccst to exc-ed the funs avaci.[cbe and r.-.iution
thereafter of this discrepancy fails; or if the Owner increases the prcbble c.'-stru=t:i
cast during the Construction Docunent PhFse by adding to the scope and/or recuirm
and the Architect/Engineer so notifies the Owner in writing of the pro-ble Increa-se
in cost; and the Owner orders the Architect,/Enngineer to proceed nctwitihstnsini; rn
the Architect-Encineer shall not be responsible for the Owner not being able to aw=a
a cor.struction cantr-ct within the available funds. Under such conditions, the extr-=
work of the Architect-Engineer as required to include in the Bidding Doczn.ets citt
as requested by the Orner, and/or to redesign end ra t the contract crcuments s-'
be consiered. an "Additioncl Service" and payment for such extra work shell be
as provided for under Article 4 hereinabove. -

If en award of construction contract is delayed more than four months following the
completion or contract documents, the Architect-Encineer shall be permitted to
revise his estimates in accordance with recognized published changes in construction
costs.

9. PERIOD OF SERVICE ". "

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Upon written authorization from the Owner, the Architect-Engineer shall proceed
with the performance of the services called for in the Design Develo pnent Phxcse of
this Agreement, and shall submit Design Development Documents and Estimates of
the Probable Cost within 30 calendar days following authorization for the
Architect-Engineer to proceed. '. .

After acceptance by the Owner of the Preliminary Design Documents and revised
Estimates of Probable Cost, indicating any specific modifications or changes in
scope desired by the Owner, and upon written authorization from the Owner,
the Architect-Engineer shall proceed with the performance of the services called
for in the Construction Documents Phase of this Agreement, so as to deliver same
ready for taking bids within 45 calendar days thereafter.

Unless sooner terminated as provided in Article 12, this Agreement shall remain
in force: (1) for a period which may reasonably be required for the design, award
of contracts and construction of the Project, including extra work and any required
extension thereto; or (2) in case construction is not commenced, for a period of
12 months after the completion of the services called for in that ph-as of the work
last authorized.




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ARTICLE 10. PAYMENTS TO THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER -

10.1 Payments on account of the Architect-Engineer's services shall be as follows:

@O0.. 1 DELETED. *-*

10.1.2 For his Basic Services, payments shall be made upon approval of each phase of the
work in proportion to services performed as follows:
Design Development Phase.........................$1,520
SConstruction Document Phase ...................... 2,660
Construction Phase Per Articles 3.3.1 &
S,3.3.2 (to be paid in 3 approximately equal
monthly payments following start of
construction) ........ ........................... 394 : :-
Construction Phase Per Article 3.3.3 (,to
::':: :-- o--: be paid at $150.00 per site visit).-........ 1,500 -.
*;: .TOTAL ......... .................................$6074 -
S* f more than 10 site visits are required, the Architect-Engineer must
obtain prior written authorization as prescribed in Article 4.15. If
less than 10 site visits are required, the Architect-Engineer will be-
paid only for those site visits actually made.

10.2 Pyments for Additional Services of the Architect-Engineer cs defined in Artice, 4
above, and far Reimbursable Expense as dsfin-d in Article 6.2, sheiL ba moda Mn r n 7y :
. .. ....- --
upon presentation of a detailed invoice.

10.3 No deduction shall be made from the Archiect-Engineer's cornpen -tion an acco-urnt
of penalty, liquidated d mages, or o:thr sums withheld frcm payments to confr-ctors.

10.4 If any work designed or specified by the Architect-Engineer during any phase of '
service is abandoned or suspended in whole or in part, the Architect-Engineer is
to be paid for the service performed on account of it prior to receipt of written
notice from the Owner of such cbandonment or suspension, together with rimmuor6msents .
then due and any terminal expense resulting from cbandonment or suspension for
more than three months. ;-

ARTICLE II. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER'S ACCOUNTING RECORDS

Records of the Architect-Engineer's Direct Personnel Consultant, and Reimbursable Expense
pertaining to this project and records of accounts between the Owner end Contract'or shall be .:-
kept on a generally recognized accounting basis and shall be available to the Owner or his -
authorized- representative- at mutually convenient times. ?X

ARTICLE 12. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

This Aareement may be terminated by either Fpry upon seven day's notice by mutual agreement,
or should the other party fail substantially to perform in c=corance with its terms through
no aulit of the other;. In the event of termination, due to the fault of others than the Architect- -a
Engineer, the Architect-Engineer shall be paid for services performed to termination date, 73?
including reimbursements then duo, plus terminal ex-oens, --


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The d z. .-_n s z:re ca.-z .~L-u=nt to th.: I,-re-r.e zr n =H I tsha~l e r:e= ca c..- .:eC-:: ecz"
bv c=:erent in wri:ir.=:. The Owrter mo.r e=t ri+m owr. expense o=rtin c se: ci r :rn:. i-j:e
rezzr= !rn.i "-=wn:. Cn. onr OZTicn, or i: rdU.r-c -n t='t Own-r, ne -r: .e~- 6I
=n.in er .-: sZ11 I liver:o t he COW-ner the cri;ir=i tr-:inzv, bu in =uZL+ ev.: tn- Cwn=" c-,<
hi ro.=)t-' -j:',a rezm;-.- prin.-.
hi w x n, [ +M' n-A=',.:- n n .-:" ~ w-+ Ito +

thereo.

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Thre Ownr-. an.d .tne Achn tif .-tctEn:nee+re oc.cn -H!,nds hn .o.,l:!, nls .c.rtrern., S:.C. -:s.. -, crsi;.-
A.I
C--; Ie;L_ rerZSVn-tiv*Se1 rM th'oter Mrty to tihrS AN3terneenn.t =nd t. thoMners, IU===:.S:e= ,
oSxirns end IEeI represaeNrtctive's or su--J other oc;7 y in rietect of. al cven=nef cF 'his Agrci--ne
-:. Neither -me Owner nor tne Ac&t itt-Eno[inE.e. s anI m oir", LsubI.e -or trc' Fr ih in reres .
in- this. Ac -t wi rxU` e w ittn Consent oF he oa er -.- -. -,
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RTIC 15 C.LATIS -". --. --

Under the te ns of this Contract, neither the Architec=/Encineer nor '2 .
owner shall have any right..to obtain any performance, coc.ensation or
relief other than or in. addition to that provided -by this Conzract to
Satisfy any damage, loss, liability or debt of anv kind whatever r.. esu',_
directly or indirectly, from any negligent or willful act or ommisslon-
attributable to either party or from any breach attributable to either
party of any term or condition of this Contract, unless claim therefore is-"
-conteraporaneously delivered by personal service or by registered or
certified mail, return receipt requested, to-the party against whom
relief is sought within ninety (90) days from the date on which the. act,-
Somnission, transaction or event constituting the basis for such claim -
occurs. All such claims shall be set forth in- a petition and shall..--
contain the following, described information:
(i) the name and business address of the clairrnnt;..
(ii) a concise statement setting forth the claim or claims asserted., I
together with the ultimate facts believed to be material and
relevant thereto;
(iii) a concise statement of the provisions of the Contract, together
with any federal,, state and local laws or ordinances, code
requirements and customary practices and usages in the trade.
or profession believed to be applicable to a proper deter- .
mination of the-questions presented- by the claim or claims
asserted; and .
(iv) a demand for the specific relief believed to be due Petitioner.
Failure to so present-all claims arising under this Contract in the
manner and. within the period of time specified hereinabove shall be
construed as constituting waiver and abandonment of all rights to latcr
pursue, prosecute or otherwise seek to obtain any-.judicial or adminis=ra-
tive consideration thereof. -- ..-- ..

Within thirty (30)G'da2ys :fram' the date any such Petition is received,
the party. against:whom relief is sought shall deliver by personal service [,
or by registered or certified mail, return-receipt requested, to the
Petitioner its written response thereto. Such response shall contain the "
following described information,:..
(i) t.he- name and business address of Respondent; and
(ii) a concise statement admitting or denying the averments relied
upon by Petitioner and setting forth Respor.dent's defenses to
each claim asserted, together with any ccuntercai:L(s) whic..h"
Respondent x"ay then have against Petitioner-.

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If Resrondent's response asserts any ccunterclaim(s) against ?etiticner,
then within twenty (20) days from titc..ners receop chereof,
Petiticner shall deliver to Respondenc its response zo said counter-
claim(s) by personal service or by registered or certified mail, return
receipt requested. Within the thirzy (30) day period immediately
following receipt of the last response to claimss, the parties shall
endeavor to settle all claims asserted by and between them in the above-
described pleadihgs. If.within said thirty (30) day period the parties
have not been successful in reaching agreement of mutua-lly acceotabe ter.s
and conditions for settling all such claims, then within ten (10) days
thereafter each party shall have notified the other in writing of the
person each has designated to serve as its representative member of an
Arbitration Panel and stipulated in writing to the designation of a person,
licensed to practice law in Florida and a member in good standing of the
!Florida Bar for a continuous period of five (5) years or more, to serve-
..- as the third member and as Chairman of the Arbitration Panel. If
w withinin said ten (10) day period of time the parties fail to stipulate to
the designation of a person to serve as the third member of the Arbi-
Stration Panel, qualified as aforesaid, then within ten (10) days there-
after the petitioning party shall file its Petition for Designation ozf
a person to serve as the third member and Chairman, qualified as afore-
said, with the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit in and for Leon County, Florida, and contemporaneously serve
a copy.thereof upon the other party.

Arbitration of any such claim shall comurence as soon as is practicable,
and shall in any event be commenced within a period of time not more than
ninety (90) days from the date of designation of the Arbitration panel.
SWithin thirty (30) days from the date the hearings in arbitration are
concluded, the Arbitration Panel shall deliver its written determination
of the subject matter in controversy to the respective parties by
registered or certified mail, return receipt requested. Said determination
shall be in the form of a recommended order consisting of the following
described information:
(i) a separate and concise statement of its findings of factdeemed
relevant and material to the subject matter in controversy;
(ii) a separate and concise statement of its conclusions of law
deemed dispositive of the subject matter in controversy upon
the relevant and material facts; and
(iii) a separate and concise statement of the nature and extent-of
relief recommended to be granted.

Within fifteen (151 days from the date any such recommended order is
received, the parties shall have each delivered to the head of the
Department of General Services all written exceptions they respectively
may take thereto.. Within a period of time not less than twenty (20)
nor more than thirty (30) days following the date of any such recommended
.order, the head of theDepartment of General Serices, through its
Executive Director, shall have delivered written notice to both parties by
personal service or by registered or certified mail, return receipt
requested, of the date on which its next regularly scheduled public
meeting will occur for the purpose of providing final consideration of
the subject claim. Thereafter, at the time of such public meeting, the
head of the Department of General Services shall either adopt the
Recommended order as the final order dispositive of the claim, or enter
a final order which modifies the recommended order in a manner and
within the limits prescribed for modification of a Hearinq; Examiner's
recommended order in Section 120.57(1) (b) (9), Florida Statutes. All


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Ly effects their respective interests in the manner and to
provided by Section 120.6S, Florida Statutes.

:ion Proceedings under this Contract shall be in accordance
3ns of Chapter 682, Florida Statutes, otherwise known as t!
Arbitration Code, to the extent not inconsistent with the
Dns hereof, and shall constitute the sole and exclusive meZ
party to pursue, prosecute, defend or otherwise obtain any
ion, judicial or administrative, of any claim arising undei
-. Failure to Petition for Arbitration as aforesaid wi.hi:
)f time provided hereinabove or failure to proceed with








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16.4


Tihe A.rc ..ect-Enginer shall erlist :h' scrvic= of a qualified ccr.Jiuk:t, when

ct Jve~ ir. wrtir~: Ey !he Owner, for surveys, subsu f;cnze: b:1 tirg

cnd ccs- evrim:tnc wn-en recui;cd. The direct czsr of Itcie service= si.:l Se

invied to Owne Cr t ,ukznIwith cp:;ovc, For 'Dy,/ n i %

Arcn;*ez.-Ezn:netr stcted on the invoice. The Owner sh1I1 reirmurte th-

directly in ozzor.=Conce wi~n rhe terms of -,.he writlmn aCiicl on.


16.5 ` -Priit, cezinst .n i.-o;znt fees.

Ins or=-.becc, roaistor=' Ind wrveyor or mroFessiorol enLrtirr (s cppiclo)

warr..6 t6r= he r.at .rnoloyod or retained =ny npany or pecn, ot-m- ti=n c

ban m eiie empmioyes workin- soloair for the oralhitect, ragitgrei land surveyor or

praieutionl egineer, to zollcit or secure this agreement, and ti*t 6e hm rot Fid

or agreed tom pPy eny per.r, company, =rpr~tion, individial or finr mthr tha

bz=c 5n *de employee working =oIay for the crahitc=t, mgLrterad ln3d wvaovr

Co. proresnon:! en;giner any foe, o rmniion, pcrranrta;-, gift, or =ny atner

--k 'iztccnsiara n, cntige upn or resulting frirn th4 awcrd or kingg of this

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this Agreement the day and
year first written above.

AWARD OF CONTRACT APPROVED BY THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR



Dated June 30, 1978


Reubin O'D Askew
Governor


Bruce A. Smathers
Secretary of State



, Robert L. Shevin
'Attorney General


Bill Gunter
Treasurer ai
Commission:

Doyle Conne:
Commission:
Agriculture

Ralph D. Tu:
Commission
Education


Gerald A. Lewis
. .Comptroller


nd Insurance




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Thomas R. Brown
Executive Director


ARCHITECT-ENGINEER


Shepard Associates, Architects &
Planners, Inc.


As Witnessed B







(Secretary)


APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY

General Counsel
O BDepartment of General Services


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By an, Title)
(Name and Tiile)

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Division of Building Construction
and Property Management
DEPARTMENT~Z GENERAL SERVICES


By.
Albert E. Bass,Director
Division of Building Construction
and Property Management



As Witnessedt13

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