Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
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Title: Regulations and provisions for construction projects
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
48 King Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Government House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 48 King Street
Coordinates: 29.892465 x -81.313142
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-0E OF 01040 SPECIAL PROVISIONS PAGE 1
01040-1 NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT

The Contractor, as agent for the Owner, shall prepare a Notice of Canmence-
ment, file and post same as required by the Mechanics' Lien Law, Chapter K
713, Florida Statutes. In addition to the Owner, the Architect shall be
named in the Notice to receive a copy of the Lienor's notice as provided
in Section 713.06 (2) (b), Florida Statutes.

01040-2 CONFERENCES

A. PRE-CONSTRU'TION:

Before beginning work at the site the General Contractor shall attend a
pre-construction conference and bring with him the Superintendent em-
ployed for this project. In the event the Contractor is unable to attend
he shall send a letter of introduction by the Superintendent in which he
advises the Superintendent's full name and states that he is assigned to
the project and will be in full responsible charge. This conference
will be called by the Architec who will arrange for the Owner, Engineers,
and other interested parties to be present. At this time all parties
concerned will discuss the project under contract and prepare a program
of procedure in keeping with requirements of the drawings and speci-
fications. The Superintendent shall henceforth make every effort to
expeditiously coordinate all phases of the work, including the required
reporting procedure, to obtain the end result within the full purpose
and intent of the plans and specifications of the project.

B. PROGRESS: (_ ,, -

During the course of construction, conferences shall be held monthly, and
more often upon request of either the Contractor or Architect with notice
to the Owner. Unless directed otherwise by Architect, conferences shall
be held at the project site. Present at the conferences shall be: Archi-
tect, Contractor and Subcontractors concerned, or their representativess,
and representatives of the Owner.

01040-3 SAFETY

A. CONFERENCES:

Safety conferences shall be conducted periodically with all foremen, in-
cluding those subcontractors currently working on the project.

Reasonable materials and facilities shall be maintained for providing first
aid treatment of minor injuries and control of infection. Such treatment
shall be rendered only by qualified individuals.

When an accident/injury occurs, the foreman shall promptly investigate
and render a written report including actions) taken to prevent recurrence.
The Contractor shall retain such report in his project file, available for
inspection by the Owner, Architect, Owner's insurance carrier, government
safety agent or other party concerned.

B. OPERATIONS:

Throughout the entire operation, maintain the work area so that it is clean
and safe; materials shall be carefully stored, ladders removed and stored at







01040 SPECIAL PROVISIONS PAGE 2
the end of each day's operation; shut down and/or store all equipment to
prevent "Misuse Accidents".

Collect and store all debris and waste in a safe manner; remove at the
earliest possible time as work progresses.

Store all tools, equipment and materials so that no items protrude which
might endanger workers or other parties on the construction site.

Provide all required bracing, shoring, etc., required to complete work in
a safe manner and take all other precautions to prevent settlement, col-
lapse or movement of foundations, walls, floors, etc. during
construction.

Provide all necessary temporary enclosures, guard rails, barricades, etc.
to adequately protect all workmen and the public from possible injury.

Conform to all requirements of the Florida Industrial Commission and of
OSHA.

01040-4 HANDLING OF WASTE, DEBRIS AND RUBBISH

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

Materials shall not be allowed to accumulate on the floors or other parts
of the building or premises but shall be promptly removed and disposed of
away from the site.

Burning of refuse or rubbish on or near the site will not be permitted.

All waste materials, etc., being removed from roofs or from any upper
level of the multistory construction shall be removed in a manner
approved by the FIC and OSHA.

1B-5 FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

A. HAZARD CONTROL:

Take all necessary precautions to prevent fire during construction.
Provide adequate ventilation during use of volatile or noxious sub- a
stances. .

B. SPARK ARRESTERS: '" i

Equip all gasoline or diesel powered equipment used with spark arresters.

C. BUILDING SAFETY:

No welding or cutting by torch shall be performed unless adequate fire
protection is provided and maintained for the duration of the work in the
area of operations. A0 ,_ ,,

D. PROTECTION EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:

Provide and maintain suitable fire protection equipment as required by
the local Fire Department.







01040 SPECIAL PROVISIONS PAGE 3
01040-6 RENOVATIONS:

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

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

C. The materials and workmanship employed in new work shall conform to
and match the original work.

D. Where existing items are indicated for reuse, repair and refinish to
put in perfect working order.

01040-7 WASTE DISPOSAL

Contractor shall arrange for a legal dumping site and shall assume any
fees for use of the dumping site. Waste materials shall be transported
by the Contractor to the dumping site as soon as possible.


01040-8 PROJECT SIGN

An 8' x 8' sign shall
be 3/4" plywood, mount
Architect and Owner.
directed by the Archit

Name of
Name and
Name and
Names arn
SConsuJ
Name and
San addi
"' deter


be erected at the site by the Contractor and shall
:ed on 4 x 4 wood posts, located as approved by the
Sign shall conform to the size, colors and design as
ect, and shall include:


Project
address of Grantor(s), if any
address of Owner
d addresses of Architects, Engineers,
Ltants noted on Specification Cover
address of General Contractor
tional lines averaging six (6) words
nined.


each, to be


END OF SECTION 01040






01050 MISCELLANEOUS REQUIREMENTS PAGE 1
01050-1 GENERAL

All references to codes, specifications and standards referred to in the
specification sections and on the drawings shall mean and are intended to
be the latest edition, amendment and/or revision of such referenced stan-
dard in effect as of the date of these Contract Documents.

01050-2 ASSOCIATIONS & STANDARDS

AASHO American Association of Highway Officials
ACI American Concrete Institute
AGA American Gas Association
AIA American Institute of Architects
AISC American Institute of Steel Construction
ANSI American National Standards Institute
ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials
AWI Architectural Woodwork Institute
AWPI American Wood Preservers Institute
AWWA American Water Works Association
CS Commercial Standard, U. S. Department of Commerce
EGJA Flat Glass Jobbers Association
FM Factory Mutual
FS Federal Specification
IES Illuminating Engineering Society
MLMA Metal Lath Manufacturers Association
NBC National Electric Code
NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
SMACNA Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National
TCA Tile Council of America
UL Underwriters Laboratories

Names of other associations and organizations appear in the technical
specifications where their products are specified.

01050-3 CODES & REGULATIONS

Applicable local City and County Building Code and ordinances.
Local Plumbing Code.
NFPA 101 Life Safety Code.
National Electric Code.
Florida Fire Prevention Code and Florida Industrial Commission
Regulations.
Sanitary Code of the State of Florida.
OSHA Vol. 37, No. 202, Part II Occupational Safety and Health Standards
OSHA Vol. 39 No. 122, Part II Construction Safety and Health Standards.
ANSI A117.1 Specifications for Making Buildings and Facilities Access-
ible to and Usable by the Physically Handicapped.
Applicable Florida Statutes, Chapter 255, Section 255.21; Chapter 316,
Section 316.165; Chapter 335, Section 335.075; Chapter 553, Part V,
Section 553.45, 553.46, 553.47, 553.48; Chapter 553, Part VI, Section
553.73, 553.77; Chapter 74-292 in its entirety.
All other applicable local, state, federal codes and regulations.
All work under this contract shall be governed by these codes and regula-
tions if their requirements are more stringent than those included in
these specifications. END OF SECTION 01050







01300 SUBMITTALS PAGE 1
01300-1 GENERAL

A. REFERENCES:

All requirements listed are in addition to General and Supplementary
Conditions.

B. ROUTING OF SUBMITTALS:

All submittals shall be forwarded from the Contractor to the Architect.

C. USE OF APPROVED DOCUMENTS:

Only submittals bearing Architect's stamp marked "approved" or "approved
as noted" shall be used at project site.

01300-2 SUBMITTALS REQUIRED PRIOR TO COMMENCING THE WORK

A. LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS:

Before commencing work, submit complete list of proposed subcontractors.
Contractors included on this list shall not be changed without written
permission by the Architect. o- _.

01300-3 OTHER SUBMITTALS

A. CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE:

Submit within thirty (30) days from date of Notice to Proceed a pro-
gress schedule in accordance with Paragraph E-4 of the Instruction to
Contractors. See Schedule of Alternates for possible effects on con-
struction schedule.

B. SCHEDULE OF CONTRACT VALUES:

Submit as required by Paragraph G-2, Supplementary General Conditions.

C. LIST OF MATERIALS:

Submit as required by Paragraph E-12, Instructions to Contractors.

D. SCHEDULE OF SHOP DRAWINGS:, I ,,

Within thirty (30) days of Notice to Proceed, submit a schedule of shop
drawings in accordance with Paragraph E-9, Instructions to Contractors.
Within thirty (30) days of Notice to Proceed, submit in duplicate an item- 6,
ized schedule of samples, listing all such items required under these ,
specifications.


Schedule shall indicate for each required sample:

(1) Item.
(2) Specifications section in which specified.
(3) Manufacturer's name.
(4) Scheduled date of delivery to project.


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01300 SUBMITTALS PAGE 2
F. SCHEDULE OF GUARANTEES AND MANUALS
Within thirty (30) days of Notice to Proceed, submit in duplicate an
itemized schedule of guarantees, warranties, bonds, and operation and
maintenance manuals, listing all such items required under these speci-
fications.
01300-4 SHOP DRAWINGS
A. GENERAL:
See Paragraph E-9, Instructions to Contractors.
B. REPRODUCTION OF CONTRACT DRAWINGS:

The Contractor shall not reproduce the Architect's project drawings for
shop drawing use without written approval of the Architect.
C. SUBMISSION OF SHOP DRAWINGS:
See Paragraph E-9, Instructions to Contractors.
01300-5 SAMPLES

Procedures for sample submittals shall be the same as for shop drawings,
which are described in Paragraphs E-9 of Instructions to Contractors
and Section 01300-4 above of these specifications.


END OF SECTION 01300


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01500 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION & FACILITIES PAGE 1
01500-1 GENERAL

A. REGULATIONS:

Comply with governing regulations for installation and use of temporary
facilities, including health and safety regulations. CL.I. -, )- _'

B. CONDITIONS OF USE:- v 0' ,

Operate, maintain, control and protect temporary facilities in a manner /
which will prevent fire, hazardous exposures, health problems, unsanitary
conditions, pollution, contamination, discomfort to users, flooding,
freeze-up, interference with construction work, public nuisances and
similar deleterious effects.

C. PAINTING:

Coat unfinished temporary structures as specified in Painting Section.

D. REMOVAL:

Unless otherwise specified, remove all temporary construction and facili-
ties from the site at the completion of construction.

01500-2 FIRST-AID:

A. FIRST AID SUPPLIES:

Comply with governing regulations and recognized recommendations within
the construction industry.

01500-3 TEMPORARY UTILITIES:

A. WATER: 0 C C

Water necessary for construction of the building and testing its plumbing / f
and mechanical systems shall be furnished and paid for by the Contractor.
The Contractor shall make all connections, take out and pay for all permits
necessary, do all piping and clear away all evidence of same after the job
is completed.

B. ELECTRICITY: j J -CTj.

All electricity for light and power necessary for the renovation of the
building and testing of its electrical and mechanical systems shall be fur-
nished and paid for by the Contractor. The Contractor shall make all
necessary arrangements for this service and perform the work required.

C. DRAINAGE:

'Keep existing storm sewers around site in clean, sanitary, ready for
maximum-use condition. Following heavy (storm) usage, restore to normal
condition promptly. Provide and maintain temporary earthen embankments and
similar barriers in and around construction excavations and subgrade
construction sufficient to prevent flooding of the work by runoff of storm
water from heavy rain storms.







01500 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION & FACILITIES PAGE 2
D. TELEPHONE:

S A telephone shall be made available by the Contractor for use by the
Subcontractors and Architect at the site. Charges for long distance calls
shall be paid for by the persons making the calls. All other charges in
connection with the telephone shall be paid for by the Contractor.

01500-4 SANITARY FACILITIES:

A. DRINKING WATER:

Furnish, from a proven safe source, for all those connected with the
work. Pipe or transport in such manner as to keep it clean and fresh.
Serve in single service containers or by sanitary drinking fountains.
If requested by the Contractor, the Owner will designate existing fixtures
at the site for use by the Contractor.

B. TOILET FACILITIES:

SProvide self-contained portable toilet units of type acceptable to
governing authorities, adequate (at all stages of construction) for use of
personnel at project site. Provide separate facilities for male and
female personnel when both sexes are working at project site. Provide
S &wet wash facilities. Locate facilities in locations approved by Architect
and Owner. Toilet facilities shall be maintained in a sanitary condition
S\ /, at all times. Existing facilities at the site shall NOT be used unless
specifically designated for use by the Owner.

QL C. HEALTH CODES:

Comply with all governing regulations and health codes.

01500-5 HEATING:

Provide heat as needed. Maintain temperatures within remodeled areas in
the building during working hours minimum 50 degrees F.; at other times keep
temperatures above freezing. Insure that heat to occupied areas is not
disrupted.

01500-6 TEMPORARY FIELD OFFICES

A. CONTRACTOR'S FIELD OFFICE:

The Contractor may use a space or spaces in the existing building as
designated by the Architect for a field office. The field office shall be
maintained in a neat and clean condition suitable for use by the
Contractor, complete with lighting, furnishings, and telephone noted above.
The office shall be suitable for use by representatives of the Architect.
- This use shall not interfere with the renovation or restoration of said
space or spaces, and existing finishes to be restored shall be protected.
In lieu of this arrangement the Contractor shall provide a clean trailer or
other temporary structure complete with the described conveniences.

B. ARCHITECT'S FIELD OFFICE:


Not required.






01500 TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION & FACILITIES PAGE 3
01500-7 SECURITY

A. CONSTRUCTION FENCE AND STORAGE:

A construction fence and gate, if required, shall meet all requirements
of local building codes, including type of construction and location. The
Contractor is responsible for making all necessary arrangements with the
local authorities.

B. PROJECT SECURITY

Security of the construction site, and of all improvements, stored
materials and equipment is the responsibility of the General Contractor
The General Contractor shall take every precaution to ensure security
of the site and safeguard against acts of vandalism, arson, theft and
similar actions.

C. BUILDING ENCLOSURE AND LOCK-UP:

Secure all existing and renovated areas immediately against unauthorized
entrance at times when personnel are not working.

01500-9 TEMPORARY ENCLOSURES

Provide temporary transparent plastic closures for openings in exterior
walls of existing building to protect interior spaces from the weather
and loss of heating/cooling where windows or other closures are re-
moved for renovation. Enclosures shall designed and constructed to keep dust
and noise out of spaces adjacent to the work areas.

01500-10 SAFETY PROTECTION

A. GENERAL:

Provide facilities and services as necessary to effectively protect project
from losses, persons from injury, and existing buildings from damage during
the course of construction. Conduct operations to prevent injury or
discomfort caused by dust to adjacent buildings, other facilities and
persons.

B. CODE REQUIREMENTS:

Comply with the requirements of Chapter XXI "Safeguards During Construction
of the Standard Building Code," latest Edition with amendments as
applicable, and NFPA Code 241 "Building Construction and Demolition
Operations."

C. BARRICADES:

Provide barricades at hazardous locations, complete with signs, general
lighting, warning lights and similar devices where appropriate, and take
all necessary precautions for the protection of the workmen and safety of
the public.

D. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:

Provide types, sizes, numbers and locations as would be reasonably effec-






01500 TEMPORARY OONSTRUCTION & FACILITIES PAGE 4
tive in extinguishing fires during early stages, by personnel at project
site. Provide Type A extinguishers at locations of low potential for
either electrical or grease-oil-flammable liquids fire; provide Type ABC
dry chemical extinguisher at all other locations; comply with recommen-
dations of NFPA No. 10. Post warning and quick-instructions at each
extinguisher location, and instruct all personnel at project site at
time of first arrival on proper use of extinguishers and other available
facilities at project site. Post local fire department call number on
each telephone instrument at project site.

E. PERMANENT FIRE PROTECTION:

Complete each facility at earliest reasonable date, make ready for emer-
gency use, and instruct personnel at site on availability and proper use.

01500-11 PROTECTION OF FINISHED SURFACES

Protect from damage all finished surfaces, including treads, platforms,
jambs, walls, corners, free-standing columns, and floor finish in all
areas used as passageways or through which materials are handled. Cover
jambs of door frames with wood. Cover stairs full width of treads, pro-
tect platforms, landings and handrails.

Do not store materials on finished roofing nor subject it to traffic.
Where activity on finished roofing is necessary, provide adequate pro-
tection. Where traffic occurs on finished flooring, cover lanes with
non-staining Kraft paper and tape joints.


END OF SECTION 01500







01700-1 FINAL CLEANING


01700 PROJECT (COSEOUT PAGE 1


A. GENERAL:

Requirements herein are in addition to those required by Paragraph E-17
of Instructions to Contractors and elsewhere in the Contract Documents.

B. SHAFTS & CHASES:

Shafts, pipe, duct and electrical chases, furred spaces and similar
spaces shall be cleaned and left free of rubbish, extraneous construction
materials, dirt and dust prior to closing-in.

C. COMPLETION BY PARTICULAR TRADE:

Clean up immediately upon completion of each trade's work.

D. AREAS TO BE FINISHED AND/OR PAINTED:

Clean areas of building in which painting and finishing work is to be
performed just prior to start of this work and maintain in satisfactory
condition for painting and finishing. This cleaning includes removal of
trash and rubbish, broom cleaning floors, removal of any plaster, mortar,
dust or other extraneous materials from finished surfaces or surfaces to
be finished. See Section 01040 and Technical Sections for additional re-
quirements.

E. FINAL CLEANING: __/ v' -

Provide final cleaning of the work consisting of cleaning each surface or
unit of work to normal "clean" condition expected for a first-class
building cleaning and maintenance program. Comply with manufacturers'
instructions for cleaning operations. The following are examples, but
not by way of limitation, of cleaning levels required:

(1) Remove labels which are not required as permanent labels.

(2) Clean transparent materials, including mirrors and window/
door glass, to a polished condition, removing substances which are
noticeable as vision-obscuring materials. Replace broken glass.

(3) Clean exposed exterior and interior hard-surfaced finishes,
including metals, masonry, stone, concrete, painted surfaces, plastics,
tile, wood, special coatings, and similar surfaces, to a dirt-free con-
dition, free of dust, stains, films and similar noticeable distracting
substances. Except as otherwise indicated; avoid disturbance of natural
weathering of exterior surfaces. Restore reflective surfaces to original
reflective condition.

(4) Wipe surfaces of mechanical and electrical equipment clean,
including equipment in addition to that specified in Section 15 and 16;
remove excess lubrication and other substances.

(5) Remove debris and surface dust from limited-access spaces
including roofs, plenums, shafts, trenches, equipment vaults, manholes,
attics and similar spaces.






01700 PROJECT CLOSEOUT PAGE 2
(6) Clean concrete floors in non-occupied spaces broom clean.

(7) Vacuum clean carpeted surfaces and similar soft surfaces.

(8) Clean plumbing fixtures to a sanitary condition, free of
stains including those resulting from water exposure.

(9) Clean light fixtures and lamps so as to function with full
efficiency.

(10) Clean project site (yard and grounds), including land-
scape, of litter and foreign substances. Sweep paved areas to a broom-
clean condition and wash with running water; remove stains, petrochemical
spills and other foreign deposits.

F. ADJACENT STRUCTURES:

Clean adjacent structures and paving of dust, dirt and debris caused by
demolition and construction operations to the conditions existing prior
to the start of the work.

G. ADJACENT PAVING:

Clean adjacent paving to the face of the buildings to remove rust stains,
dirt and general soiling. Clean with soap and water or other proven
techniques that will not damage structure and finish materials.

01700-2 PUNCH LIST

When the Project is substantially completed or when a portion of the building
or Project is complete that the Owner wishes to accept, the Architect. ill
0 prepare a Punch List. This Punch List will be a tabulated list of items that
are not complete, defective items and materials, and items that do not conform
to the Contract Documents.

Before final payment is made, the complete Punch List shall be completed
or special arrangements shall be made with Owner and Architect to com-
plete special items where there is an unavoidable delay in delivery
schedules.

On completion of the Punch List by the Contractor, the complete project
will be reinspected by the Architect and involved interested parties.

01700-3 DOCUMENTS REQUIRED PRIOR TO FINAL PAYMENT

A. GENERAL:

Prior to final payment and before issuance of final Certificate for Pay-
ment, in accordance with the provisions of the General and Supplementary
Conditions, file the items included herein with the Architect.

B. GUARANTEES:

All guarantees and bonds required by the Contract Documents. See Para-
graph E-16, Instructions to Contractor.


C. RELEASE OR WAIVER OF LIENS:






01700 PROJECT CLOSBOUT PAGE 3

Submit two (2) copies if requested from each Subcontractor and full release
from Contractor at completion.

D. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS:

See Paragraph E-16, Instructions to Contractor.

E. AS-BUILT DRAWINGS:

See Paragraph E-16, Instructions to Contractor.


END OF SECTION 01700






02050 DEMOLITION & SALVAGE PAGE 1
02050-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all materials, labor, equipment and related
services required to complete all demolition operations as indicated and/or
specified.

(2) Salvage items for reuse in construction and for the Owner as in-
dicated.

(3) Items salvaged for reuse in construction and not used shall become
the property of the Owner and shall be delivered to the Owner as specified
as salvage for the Owner.

(4) Demolition includes certain interior and exterior demolition and
the removal and disposal of demolished materials, as shown on the drawings
and herein specified.

C. GENERAL DEMOLITION:

(1) Interior and Exterior Construction and Finishes: Remove interior
partitions, ceilings, doors, frames, and other construction and finishes
only where indicated or required for renovation or restoration.

(2) Mechanical Equipment: Remove existing equipment and associated
piping, controls, fans, supports and hangers as indicated; refer to the
Mechanical drawings and specifications for extent of the mechanical
demolition. Cap or plug all openings in piping not removed.

(3) Plumbing: Remove existing piping and fixtures as indicated;
refer to the Mechanical drawings and specifications for extent of the
plumbing demolition. Cap or plug all openings in piping not removed.

(4) Electrical: Remove all electrical equipment, conduit, devices
and panels as indicated; refer to the Electrical drawings and specifications
for extent of the electrical demolition.

(5) Trash: Remove all trash, supplies and loose non-salvagable items.

D. SALVAGE:

(1) Items indicated, specified or directed by the Architect to be
salvaged for restoration or for future use shall be carefully numbered,
removed and stored in an orderly manner in the building where directed by
the Architect. Salvaged materials shall include, but are not limited to,
the following.

All Doors, Frames and Hardware, including loose items.


All Existing Light Fixtures, including loose items.






02050 DEMOLITION & SALVAGE PAGE 2


All Ornamental Iron.

All Glazed Wall Tiles indicated or required to be removed,
including loose items.

All Cast Plaster Units indicated or required to be removed.

All Decorative Fixtures, Hangings or Furnishings found in the
building during the Work.

E. WORK BY OTHERS:

Fill and compaction of voids caused in demolition operations are included
in Earthwork Section.

F. SPECIAL PROVISIONS:

Work under this section shall meet all the requirements of Division 1
Special Provisions and Temporary Construction and Facilities.

G. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Condition of Structure: The Owner assumes no responsibility for
the actual condition of construction to be demolished.

(2) Existing Structure: The Contractor shall thoroughly review all
drawings and shall visit the site to acquaint himself with all conditions
relevant to the demolition work, including the general conditions of the
features that are to remain and of those to be demolished.

(3) Partial Removal: Remove only the construction, finishes or items
indicated or specified. Materials removed and not specified, indicated or
directed by the Architect to be salvaged for the Owner or restoration shall
become the property of the Contractor and shall be transported from the
site as they are removed. Storage or sale of removed items will not be
permitted on the site.

(4) Explosives: The use of explosives will not be permitted.

(5) Traffic: Conduct demolition operations and the removal of debris
to ensure minimum interference with roads, streets, walks, and other adja-
cent occupied or used facilities. Do not close or obstruct streets,
walks or other occupied or used facilities without permission from authori-
ties having jurisdiction. Provide alternate routes around closed or
obstructed traffic ways if required by governing regulations.

(6) Protections:

(a) Ensure the safe passage of persons around the area of demoli-
tion. Conduct operations to prevent injury or discomfort caused by dust to
adjacent buildings, structures, other facilities, and persons.

(b) Provide public protection as required by the local building
inspection authorities and as specified in Division 1. Provide warning
lights, signs, barricades, safety rails and other protective devices as
required to assure safety.






02050 DEMOLITION & SALVAGE PAGE 3


(c) Demolition shall be performed in a manner which will create
an absolute minimum amount of vibration and eccentric loads to the struc-
tures to remain.

(d) Exercise all precautions to protect and prevent from damage
all features and portions of the building to remain.

(e) Provide interior and exterior shoring, bracing, or support to
prevent movement or settlement or collapse of structure to remain. Shoring
shall be as specified in Division 1.

(f) Protect existing finished surfaces as specified in Division 1.

(7) Damages: Promptly repair damages caused to adjacent facilities or
the building to remain by demolition operations at no cost to the Owner.

(8) Dumping Site: Contractor shall arrange for a legal dumping site
and shall assume any costs or fees for use of the dumping site.

(9) Utility Services: Maintain existing utilities not indicated to be
removed, keep in service, and protect against damage during demolition
operations. Do not interrupt existing utilities serving occupied or used
facilities except when authorized in writing by authorities having
jurisdiction. Provide temporary services during interruptions to existing
utilities, as acceptable to the governing authorities.

(10) Asbestos Materials: Asbestos materials are not believed to exist
in the building. If asbestos materials are discovered notify the Architect
immediately; do not remove the material.

02050-2 EXECUTION

A. DEMOLITION:

(1) Pollution Controls:

Use temporary enclosures and other suitable methods to limit the amount of
dust and dirt rising and scattering in the air to the lowest practical
level.

Comply with governing regulations pertaining to environmental protection.

Clean adjacent structures and improvements of dust, dirt, and debris caused
by demolition operations, as directed by the Architect or governing
authorities. Return adjacent areas to condition existing prior to the
start of the work.

(2) Interior Demolition:

(a) Remove portions of the building in a systematic manner.

(b) Exercise all precautions to prevent damage to areas to remain.

(c) Neatly cut materials to be removed from areas to remain.

(d) Drain all piping prior to cutting to avoid water spillage.






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(e) Closely coordinate all work with the Architect. Promptly
advise the Architect should any materials or construction be uncovered that
appear to date from original or early periods of construction.

(f) All demolition work shall be done under the supervision of a
competent foreman.

(g) Do not remove any load bearing walls or columns. Do not
disturb the structural integrity of any part of the building to remain.

(h) Flame Cutting Devices: Strictly follow N.F.P.A. Code and
notify the City Fire Department when flame cutting devices are to be used.

(3) Disposal of Demolished Materials:

General: Remove from the building and site debris, rubbish, and other
materials resulting from demolition operations and dispose of same legally.
Burning of removed materials from demolished structures will not be per-
mitted on the site.

(4) Clean-Up: Vacuum or sweep clean all floors in the building.


END OF SECTION 02050







02200 EARTHWORK PAGE 1


02200-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS: The general provisions of the Contract, including
General and Supplementary Conditions and General Requirements apply to the
work specified in this section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

This section includes filling and grading, and related items required to
complete the earthwork as indicated and/or specified herein.

C. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE:

Demolition and Salvage.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Codes and Standards: Perform excavation work in compliance with
applicable requirements of governing authorities having jurisdiction.

(2) Testing and Inspection Service: Employ, at Contractor's expense, a
testing laboratory acceptable to Architect to perform soil testing and
inspection service for quality control testing during earthwork operations.

E. SUBMITTALS:

Test Reports-Excavating, Filling, and Grading: Submit one copy each of the
following reports directly to the Architect from the testing service, with
copy to the Architect's field representative, structural engineer, owner
and the Contractor:

Field density test reports.

One optimum moisture-maximum density curve for each type of soil
encountered.

F. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Existing Utilities: Locate existing underground utilities in the
areas of work. If utilities are to remain in place, provide adequate means
of protection during earthwork operations. Should uncharted, or incorrectly
charted, piping or other utilities be encountered during excavation,
consult the Owner immediately for directions. Cooperate with Owner and
utility companies in keeping respective services and facilities in
operation. Repair damaged utilities to satisfaction of Owner.

Do not interrupt existing utilities serving facilities occupied and used by
Owner or others, except when permitted in writing by Architect and then
only after acceptable temporary utility services have been provided.

(2) Use of Explosives: The use of explosives is not permitted.

(3) Protection of Persons and Property: Barricade open excavations
occurring as part of this work and post with warning lights. Operate
warning lights as recommended by authorities having jurisdiction.






02200 EARIHWORK PAGE 2


Protect structures, utilities, sidewalks, pavements, and other facilities
from damage caused by settlement, lateral movement, undermining, washout
and other hazards created by earthwork operations.

(4) Benchmarks: Maintain carefully all bench marks, monuments, and
other reference points; if disturbed or destroyed, they shall be replaced
by a competent surveyor approved by the Owner.

(5) Finish Grades: The words "finished grades" as used herein, mean
the required final grades indicated. Should finished grades shown by spot
elevations conflict with those shown by contours, the spot elevations shall
govern. Project site areas shall be given uniform slopes between points
for which grades are shown or between such points and existing grade,
except that vertical curves or roundings shall be provided at abrupt
changes in slope.

02200-2 PRODUCTS

A. FILL MATERIALS:

All fill shall be clean sand free of organic material, expansive clay or
other deleterious materials, containing less than 10% material passing a
No. 200 standard sieve.

02200-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION

Examine the areas and conditions under which excavating, filling, and
grading are to be performed and notify the Contractor, in writing, of con-
ditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the work. Do
not proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected in an acceptable manner.

B. DISPOSAL OF WASTE MATERIAL:

Remove from the Owner's property and legally dispose all debris and waste
material, and all excavated material not needed or not suitable for fill.

C. EXCAVATION:

(1) General: Excavate as necessary for all work on drawings and as
specified. Remove slabs and pavements, abandoned utility lines, and
other obstructions as necessary.

(2) Excavate to elevations and dimensions indicated, plus ample space
for construction operations and inspection of foundation. Footings and
foundations must rest on undisturbed and firm bottoms, free from loose
material. If bearing surfaces on natural ground or compacted fill are
disturbed during excavations, those surfaces shall be compacted or recom-
pacted to densities as specified.

This work includes all excavation by mechanical and electrical trades
within the building lines.

(3) Building Excavations: Excavate to elevations shown on the drawings







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to elevations lower than those shown on drawings, fill to proper elevations
at Contractor's expense.

Fill under slabs with specified compacted fill.

Where earth will not stand to proper dimensions without sloughing, sides of
excavations shall be held back from edges of foundations to allow placing
and removal of side forms. Brace, shore or sheet pile excavations as
necessary to prevent cave-ins. Remove all shores, bracing and sheet piling
before backfilling unless indicated otherwise on drawings or specified
herein.

Excavations shall be kept dry when excavating and when placing concrete.

D. COMPACTION:

(1) General: Control fill compaction during construction providing
minimum percentage of density specified for each area classification.

(2) Percentage of Maximum Density Requirements: Compact fill to not
less than the following percentage of maximum dry density:

(a) Building Slabs, Ramps, and Steps: Compact top 12" of subgrade
and each layer of backfill or fill material to 95% maximum dry density.

(3) Density Tests: Perform density tests as follows:

(a) Slabs: 12" of depth for each 1,000 S.F. of area under slabs.

(b) Elsewhere: Random checks of questionable areas.

(c) Site Utilities: Each 2'-0" of depth and each 100 L.F.

(4) Moisture Control: Where subgrade or layer of soil material must be
moisture conditioned before compaction, uniformly apply water to surface of
subgrade, or layer of soil material, to prevent free water appearing on
surface during or subsequent to compaction operations.

(5) If in the opinion of the Architect, based on testing service
reports and inspection, subgrade or fills which have been placed are below
specified density, provide additional compaction and testing at no addi-
tional expense.

E. BACKFILL AND FILL:

(1) General: Place acceptable soil material in layers to required
subgrade elevations.

(2) Backfill excavations as promptly as work permits, but not until
completion of the following:

(a) Inspection, testing, approval, and recording locations of
underground utilities.


(b) Removal of concrete formwork.







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(c) Removal of shoring and bracing, and backfilling of voids with
satisfactory materials.

(d) Removal of trash and debris.

(3) Ground Surface Preparation: Remove debris, unsatisfactory soil
materials, obstructions, and deleterious materials from ground surface
prior to placement of fills.

When existing ground surface has a density less than that specified under
"Compaction" for the particular area classification, break up the ground
surface, pulverize, moisture-condition to the optimum moisture content, and
compact to required depth and percentage of maximum density.

(4) Placement and Compaction: Place fill materials in layers not more
than 4" in loose depth for material compacted by hand-operated tampers.

Before compaction, moisten or aerate each layer as necessary to provide the
optimum moisture content. Compact each layer to required percentage of
maximum dry density for each area classification. Do not place fill
material on surfaces that are muddy, frozen, or contain frost or ice.

Place fill materials evenly adjacent to structures, to required elevations.
Take care to prevent wedging action of backfill against structures by
carrying the material uniformly around structure to approximately same ele-
vation in each lift.

F. GRADING:

(1) General: Uniformly grade areas within limits of grading under this
section, including adjacent transition areas. Smooth finished surface
within specified tolerances, compact with uniform levels or slopes between
points where elevations are shown, or between such points and existing
grades.

(2) Grading Surface of Fill Under Building Slabs: Grade smooth and
even, free of voids, compacted as specified, and to required elevation.
Provide final grades within a tolerance of 1/2" when tested with a 10'
straightedge.

(3) Compaction: After grading, compact subgrade surfaces to the depth
and percentage of maximum density specified for each area classification.

G. MAINTENANCE:

(1) Protection of Graded Areas: Protect newly graded areas from traf-
fic and erosion. Keep free of trash and debris.

Repair and re-establish grades in settled, eroded, and rutted areas to spe-
cified tolerances.

(2) Reconditioning Compacted Areas: Where completed compacted areas
are disturbed by subsequent construction operations or adverse weather,
scarify surface, re-shape, and compact to required density prior to further
construction.






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H. DISPOSAL OF EXCESS AND WASTE MATERIALS:

(1) Removal from Owner's Property: Remove waste materials, including
unacceptable excavated material, trash and debris, and dispose of it off
the Owner's property. All waste materials shall be removed from the site
as they accumulate.


END OF SECTICR 02200






03315 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE PAGE 1


03315-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

This section includes all material, labor, equipment and services necessary
or incidental to the completion of all concrete work shown on the drawings
and specified herein.

C. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE:

(1) Site Work.
(2) Unit Masonry.
(3) Concrete Rehabilitation.

D. SUBMITTALS:

Submit five (5) sets of shop drawings of reinforcing steel before fabrica-
tion is started. Contractor shall take all field measurements required to
properly make shop drawings. All dimensions and elevations shall be fur-
nished the fabricator before he submits the shop drawings to the Architect.

E. CODES AND STANDARDS: (Latest Editions)

ACI-301 "Specifications for Structural Concrete for Buildings."
ACI-347 "Recommended Practice for Concrete Form Work."
ACI-304 "Recommended Practice for Measuring, Mixing, Transporting and
Placing Concrete."
ACI-318 "Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete."
ACI-315 "Manual of Standard Practice for Detailing Reinforcing
Concrete Structures."

F. QUALITY CONTROLS:

Provide design mixes to A/E approval of each class of concrete for this
project, including latex-modified stucco.

03315-2 PRODUCTS

A. MATERIALS:

(1) Forms: Steel, wood, or other suitable material of the size
and strength to resist movement during concrete placement and to retain
horizontal and vertical alignment until removal. Use straight forms, free
of distortion and defects.

Coat forms with a non-staining form release agent that will not discolor or
deface the surface of the concrete.

(2) Cement: ASTM C150
(3) Aggregate: ASTM C33.






03315 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE PAGE 2


(4) Water: Clean, drinkable.
(5) Reinforcing: ASTM A615 Grade 60.
(6) Welded Wire Mesh: ASTM A-185.
(7) Membrane Curing Compound: ASTM C309 Type I.

B. CONCRETE MIX AND PROPORTIONS:

(1) Compressive Strength: 3000 P.S.I. @ 28 days.
(2) Slump Range: 2" to 4".
(3) Proportions: Produce concrete that readily may be puddled into
all angle and corners and around the reinforcement, without
excessive vibration and segregation.

03315-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

Notify the Architect at least two (2) days prior to placing concrete, so
that forms, reinforcing, etc. can be examined.

B. FORM CONSTRUCTION:

Set forms to the required grades and lines and rigidly brace and secure.
Install sufficient quantity of forms to allow continuous progress of the
work so that forms may remain in place at least 48 hours after placement.

Form sides of all footings, unless excavated into natural rock.

Compact footing bottoms by hand tamping and by flooding with water for at
least 24 hours prior to placing concrete.

Clean forms and coat with a release agent as often as necessary to ensure
separation from concrete without damage.

C. REINFORCEMENT:

(1) Reinforcing Bars: Position, support and secure against displace-
ment. Set wire ties so that tails are directed into concrete, not toward
surface. Support footing reinforcing on 3" x 3" x 3-1/2" 3000 P.S.I.
concrete blocks with embedded 14 gage wire.

(2) Welded Wire Mesh: Install in as long lengths as practical. Lap
splices 6" and wire together.

(3) Shop fabricate all reinforcement. Cold bend only.

D. CONCRETE FINISHES:

(1) Unexposed Surfaces: Patch all honeycomb.

(2) Exposed Formed Surfaces:

(a) New construction: Rub with carborundum blocks and water to a
smooth uniform surface.

(b) Patching or infilling existing construction: Expose rough




























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formed surface to match existing as closely as possible.

E. CURING:

Begin initial curing as soon as free water has disappeared from exposed
surfaces. Where possible, keep continuously moist for not less than 72
hours. Continue curing by use of moisture-retaining cover or membrane-
forming curing compound. Cure formed surfaces by moist curing until forms
are removed. Provide protections as required to prevent damage to exposed
concrete surfaces.


END OF SECTION 03315







04200 UNIT MASONRY PAGE 1
04200-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

This section includes all material, labor, equipment and related services
required to complete all unit masonry work indicated and/or specified.

C. WORK BY OTHERS:

Work in conjunction with unit masonry work which will be done by other sec-
tions or trades generally consists of the following:

(1) Steel angles and miscellaneous steel framing included in section
"Miscellaneous Metals".

(2) Masonry work required in mechanical, electrical and utility
installations if specified in the Mechanical and Electrical divisions.

(3) Concrete work specified in Division 3 and as shown on the drawings.

D. SUBMITTALS:

None required.

E. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Do not apply uniform floor or roof loading for at least 12 hours
after building masonry walls. Do not apply concentrated loads for at least 3
days after building masonry walls.

(2) Protect existing millwork, sills, ledges and projections from drop-
pings of mortar.

04200-2 PRODUCTS

A. CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS (CMU):

(1) Size: Manufacturer's standard units with nominal face dimension of
16" long x 8" (15-5/6" x 7-5/8"), unless otherwise indicated or required by
existing conditions.

(2) Special Shapes: Provide where required for lintels, corners,
headers, bonding and other special conditions.

(3) Hollow Load-Bearing CMU: ASTM C 90, Grade N. Use in all CMU walls.

(4) Curing: Cure units in a moisture-controlled atmosphere or in an
autoclave at normal pressure and temperature to comply with ASTM C 90 Type I
requirements.






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B. MORTAR MATERIALS:

(1) Portland Cement: ASTM C 150, Type I.

(2) Masonry Cement: ASTM C 91.

(3) Hydrated Lime: ASTM C 207, Type S.

(4) Sand: ASTM C 144, except for joints less than 1/4", use aggregate
graded with 100% passing the No. 16 sieve.

(5) Water: Clean, drinkable.

C. MORTAR AND GROUT MIXES:

(1) Do not lower the freezing point of mortar by use of admixtures or
anti-freeze agents. Do not use calcium chloride in mortar or grout.

(2) Mortar for Unit Masonry: Comply with ASTM C 270, Proportion
Specifications, for types of mortar required.

Limit cementitious materials in mortar to portland cement-lime.

Use Type M mortar for masonry below grade and in contact with
earth; use Type S mortar elsewhere.

04200-3 EXECUTION

A. INSTALLATION, GENERAL: J

(1) Thickness: Build masonky construction to the full thickness
existing, except build single-w the walls (if any) to the actual thickness
of the masonry units, using units of nominal thickness shown or specified.

(2) Build chases and recesses as shown and as required for the work of
other trades. Provide not less than 8" of masonry between chase or recess
and jamb of openings, and between adjacent chases and recesses.

(3) Cut masonry units with motor-driven saw designed to cut masonry
with clean, sharp, unchipped edges. Cut units as required to fit adjoining
work neatly. Use full units without cutting wherever possible.

(4) Do not wet concrete masonry units.

(5) Lay all units in common running bond. Bond and interlock each
course of each wythe at corners, unless otherwise shown.

(6) Lay up walls plumb and true and with courses level, accurately
spaced and coordinated with other work.

(7) Built-In Work: As the work progresses, build-in items specified
under this and other sections of these specifications. Fill in solidly
with masonry around built-in items.

B. MORTAR BEDDING AND JOINTING:

(1) Use Type N mortar for exterior above grade loadbearing and non-






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loadbearing walls, parapet walls, interior loadbearing walls and non-
loadbearing partitions.

(2) Batch Control:

(a) Measure and batch materials either by volume or weight, such
that the required proportions for mortar can be accurately controlled and
maintained. Measurement of sand exclusively by shovel will not be permitted.

(b) Mix mortars with the maximum amount of water consistent with
workability to provide maximum tensile bond strength within the capacity of
the mortar.

(c) Lay solid masonry units, if required, with completely filled
bed, head and collar joints; butter ends with sufficient mortar to fill
head joints and shove into place. Do not slush head joints.

(d) Lay hollow concrete masonry units with full mortar coverage
on horizontal and vertical face shells; also bed webs in mortar in starting
course on footings and foundation walls and in all courses of piers,
columns and pilasters, and where adjacent to cells or cavities to be
reinforced or to be filled with concrete or grout.

(e) For cells to be reinforced and filled with mortar or
concrete, maintain cells clear of all mortar for full height of
reinforcement. Vibrate grout or concrete as required to insure proper
consolidation.

(f) Joints: 3/8", tooled concave.

C. LINTELS:

Install loose lintels of steel, precast concrete, and other materials as
required.

D. REPAIR, POINTING AND CLEARING:

(1) Remove and replace masonry units which are loose, chipped, broken,
stained or otherwise damaged in areas where new work is to be provided.

(2) Pointing: During the tooling of joints, enlarge any voids or
holes and completely fill with mortar.


END OF SECTION 04200






05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 1


05500-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, materials, equipment and related
services required to complete the miscellaneous metal work as indicated
and/or specified herein.

(2) The extent of miscellaneous metal work includes items fabricated
from iron and steel shapes, plates, bars, strips, tubes, pipes and castings
which are not a part of other metal systems in other sections of these
specifications.

(3) In general, the work of this section includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the following:

Loose Steel Lintels
Miscellaneous Structural Framing and Supports
Shelf Angles
Rough Hardware
Metal Stairs
Metal Handrail Systems

C. SYSTEM PERFORMANCES:

(1) Structural Performances: Provide assemblies which, when installed,
comply with the following minimum requirements for structural performance,
unless otherwise indicated.

Treads and Platforms of Steel Stairs: Capable of withstanding a
uniform load of 100 lb. per sq. ft. or a concentrated load of 300
lb. so located as to produce maximum stress conditions.

Metal Handrail Systems: Capable of withstanding the following:
Hand rails: 200 lbs. concentrated load applied in any
direction and at any point.
Intermediate rails: Equivalent uniform horizontal load over
the gross area of not less than 25 lb. per sq. ft.,
without restriction by deflection.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Field Measurements: Take field measurements prior to pre-
paration of shop drawings and fabrication, where possible. Do not delay
job progress; allow for trimming and fitting wherever taking field measure-
ments before fabrication might delay work.

(2) Shop Assembly: Preassemble items in shop to greatest extent
possible to minimize field splicing and assembly. Disassemble units only as
necessary for shipping and handling limitations. Clearly mark units for






05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 2


reassembly and coordinated installation.

(3) Comply with the provisions of the latest editions of the following
codes, standards and specifications, except as otherwise shown or
specified:

(a) AISC, "Specifications for the Design, Fabrication, and
Erection of Structural Steel for Buildings," including the
"Commentary" and Supplements thereto as-issued.

(b) AISI, "Specifications for the Design of Cold-formed Steel
Structural Members."

(c) AWS, "Code for Welding in Building Construction."

(d) NAAMM, "Metal Bar Grating Manual."

(4) Furnish inserts and and shoring devices which must be set in
concrete or built into masonry for the installation of miscellaneous metal
work. Coordinate delivery with other work to avoid delay.

D. DESIGN OF MEMBERS AND CONNECTIONS:

All details shown are typical; similar details apply to similar conditions,
unless otherwise indicated. Verify dimensions at the site whenever
possible without causing delay in the work.

Promptly notify the Architect whenever design of members and connections
for any portion of the structure are not clearly indicated, or when not in
agreement with field conditions.

E. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data: Miscellaneous Metals: For information only,
submit three (3) copies of manufacturer's specifications, anchor details
and installation instructions for products to be used in the fabrication of
miscellaneous metal work, including paint products. Indicate by transmit-
tal that copy of instructions has been distributed to Installer.

(2) Shop Drawings: Submit five (5) copies of shop drawings for
fabrication and erection of miscellaneous metal fabrications. Include
plans, elevations and details of sections and connections. Show anchorage
and accessory items. Provide templates for anchor and bolt installation by
others.

F. DELIVERY AND STORAGE:

(1) Deliver materials to the site at such intervals to insure un-
interrupted progress of the work.

Deliver anchor bolts and anchorage devices which are to be imbedded
in cast-in-place concrete or masonry, in ample time to not delay that
work.

(2) Store materials to permit easy access for inspection and
identification. Keep steel members off the ground, using pallets, plat-






05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 3

forms, or other supports. Protect steel members and packaged materials
from erosion and deterioration.

Do not store materials on the structure in a manner that might cause
distortion or damage to the members of the supporting structures. Repair
or replace damaged materials or structures as directed.

05500-2 PRODUCTS

A. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS:

(1) Metal Surfaces, General: For fabrication of miscellaneous metal
work which will be exposed to view, use only materials which are smooth and
free of surface blemishes including pitting, seam marks, roller marks, rolled
trade names and roughness.

(2) Materials shall conform to the following requirements:

(a) Rolled Steel Plates, Shapes and Bars: ASTM A 36.

(b) Steel Plates to be Bent or Cold Formed: ASTM A 283, Grade C

(c) Steel Tubing: Cold-formed, welded structural steel tubing,
ASTM A 500, Grade B.

(d) Steel Bars and Bar-Size Shapes: Hot-formed, ASTM A 501
ASTM A 36

(e) Steel Pipe: ASTM A 53, Type E or S, Grade B.

(f) Unfinished Bolts and Nuts: ASTM A 307, Grade A.

(g) High-Strength Bolts and Nuts: ASTM A 325 or A 490

(h) Electrodes for Welding: Comply with AWS Code.

(i) Sheet Metal Accessories: ASTM A 526, commercial quality,
galvanized.

(j) Galvanizing: ASTM A 525, G90.

(k) Galvanizing Repair Paint: High zinc-dust content paint for
repair of damaged galvanized surfaces complying with Military
Specifications MIL-P-21035 (Ships).

(1) Structural Steel Primer Paint: Fabricator's standard.

(m) Concrete Inserts: Threaded or wedge type, galvanized ferrous
castings, either malleable iron ASTM A 47 or cast steel ASIM
A 27. Provide bolts, washers and shims as required, hot-dip
galvanized, ASTM A 153.


(n) Non-metallic Non-shrink Grout: Pre-mixed, non-mettalic, non-
corrosive non-staining product containing selected silica
sands, portland cement, shrinkage compensating agents,







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plasticizing and water reducing agents, complying with
CRD-C588. Materials furnished by the following
manufacturer's are acceptable:

A-H Hydraulic Cement; Anti-hydro Waterproofing Co.
Aquabar Imperial; Castle Chemical Co.
Five Star Grout; U. S. Grout Corporation
Masterflow; Master Builders
Upcon; Upco Chem. Div. USM Corporation

(o) Miscellaneous Fasteners: Provide zinc-coated fasteners for
exterior use or where built into exterior walls. Select
fasteners for the type, grade and class required.

(1) Bolts and Nuts: Regular hexagon head type, ASTM A 307,
Grade A.

(2) Lag Bolts: Square head type, FS FF-B-561.

(3) Machine Screws: Cadmium plated steel, FS FF-S-92 .

(4) Wood Screws: Flat head carbon steel, FS FF-S-111.

(5) Plain Washers: Round, carbon steel, FS FF-W-92.

(6) Masonry Anchorage Devices: Expansion shields, FS
FF-S-325.

(7) Toggle Bolts: Tumble-wing type, FS FF-B-588, type,
class and style as required.

(8) Lock Washers: Helical spring type carbon steel, FS FF-W-84.

(p) Non-Slip Aggregate Finish: Factory-graded, packaged material
containing fused aluminum oxide grits or crushed emery as
abrasive aggregate; rust-proof and non-glazing; unaffected by
freezing, moisture or cleaning materials.

B. FABRICATION, GENERAL:

(1) Workmanship: Use materials of size and thickness shown or, if not
shown, of required size and thickness to produce strength and durability in
finished product. Work to dimensions shown or accepted on shop drawings,
using proven details of fabrication and support. Use type of materials
shown or specified for various components of work.

(2) Form exposed work true to line and level with accurate angles and
surfaces and straight sharp edges. Ease exposed edges to a radius of
approximately 1/32" unless otherwise shown. Form bent-metal corners to
smallest radius possible without causing grain separation or otherwise
impairing work.

(3) Weld corners and seams continuously, complying with AWS recommen-
dations. At exposed connections, grind exposed welds smooth and flush to
match and blend with adjoining surfaces.







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Comply with AWS Code for procedures, appearance and quality of
welds, and for methods used in correcting welding work.

(4) Form exposed connections with hairline joints, flush and smooth,
using concealed fasteners wherever possible. Use exposed fasteners of type
shown or, if not shown, Phillips flat-head (countersunk) screws or bolts.
Provide for anchorage of type shown, coordinated with supporting structure.
Fabricate and space anchoring devices to provide adequate support for
intended use.

Combinations of bolts and welds in the same connections are not
permitted, unless otherwise detailed.

Weld or bolt shop connections, unless otherwise shown.

Bolt field connections, except where welded connections or other
connections are indicated.

Provide high-strength bolts and nuts where shown.

(5) Holes for Other Work: Provide holes required for securing other
work to structural steel framing, and for the passage of other work through
steel framing members as indicated. Provide threaded nuts welded to
framing, and other specialty items as shown to receive other work.

Cut, drill, or punch holes perpendicular to metal surfaces. Do
not flame cut holes or enlarge holes by burning. Drill holes in bearing
plates.

(6) Fabricate joints which will be exposed to weather in a manner to
exclude water or provide weep holes where water may accumulate.

(7) Galvanizing: Provide a zinc coating for all ferrous items to be
located at exterior and all other items shown or specified to be galva-
nized, as follows:

(a) ASTM A 153 for galvanizing iron and steel hardware.

(b) ASTM A 123 for galvanizing rolled, pressed and forged steel
shapes, plates, bars and strip 1/8" thick and heavier.

(c) ASTM A 386 for galvanizing assembled steel products.

(8) Shop Painting: Shop paint miscellaneous metal work, except mem-
bers or portions of members to be embedded in concrete or masonry, surfaces
and edges to be field welded, and galvanized surfaces, unless otherwise
specified.

Remove scale, rust and other deleterious materials before applying shop
coat. Clean off heavy rust and loose mills scale in accordance with SSPC
Sp-2 "Hand Tool Cleaning," or SSPC SP-3 "Power Tool Cleaning," or SSPC SP-7
"Brush-Off Blast Cleaning."

Remove oil, grease and similar contaminants in accordance with SSPC SP-1
"Solvent Cleaning."







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Immediately after surface preparation, brush or spray on primer in accor-
dance with manufacturer's instructions, and at a rate to provide uniform
dry film thickness of 2.0 mils for each coat. Use painting methods which
will result in full coverage of joints, corners, edges and exposed
surfaces.

Apply one shop coat to fabricated metal items, except apply 2 coats of
paint to surfaces inaccessible after assembly or erection. Change color of
second coat to distinguish it from first.

C. MISCELLANEOUS METAL FABRICATION:

(1) Loose Steel Lintels: Provide loose structural steel lintels for
openings and recesses in masonry walls and partitions as shown or as
required. Weld adjoining members together to form a single unit where
indicated. Provide not less than 8" bearing at each side of openings,
unless otherwise shown. Galvanize loose steel lintels to be installed in
exterior walls.

(2) Miscellaneous Framing and Supports:

(a) Provide miscellaneous steel framing and supports as required
to complete work.

(b) Fabricate miscellaneous units to sizes, shapes and profiles
shown or, if not shown, of required dimensions to receive adjacent other
work to be retained by framing. Except as otherwise shown, fabricate from
structural steel shapes and plates and steel bars, of welded construction
using mitered joints for field connection. Cut, drill and tap units to
receive hardware and similar items.

(c) Equip units with integrally welded anchors for casting into
concrete or building into masonry. Furnish inserts if units must be
installed after concrete is placed.

Except as otherwise shown, space anchors 24" o.c. and provide minimum
anchor units of 1-1/4" x 1/4" x 8" steel straps.

Galvanize all exterior and interior (where indicated) miscellaneous frames
and supports.

(3) Shelf Angles: Provide structural steel shelf or ledge angles of
sizes shown. Provide holes as shown. Galvanize all shelf angles to be
installed at exterior walls.

(4) Rough Hardware: Furnish bent or otherwise custom fabricated
bolts, plates, anchors, hangers, dowels and other miscellaneous steel and
iron shapes as required for framing and supporting woodwork, and for
anchoring or securing woodwork to concrete or other structures.

(5) Metal Handrail Systems:

(a) Provide steel pipe railings, consisting of top rail,
intermediate rails, and posts, and handrails at walls. Unless otherwise
shown, fabricate of 1-1/4" o.d. pipe.





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(b) Welded connections: Cope intersections of rails and posts,
weld joints and grind smooth. Butt weld end-to-end joints of railings or
use welding connectors, at fabricator's option.

(c) At tee and cross intersections provide coped joints.

(d) At bends interconnect pipe by means of flush radius bends, as
applicable, of radiuses indicated. Form bends by use of prefabricated
radius bends, where possible, or by bending pipe.

(e) Form simple curves by bending pipe in jigs to produce uniform
curvature for each repetitive configuration required; maintain cylindrical
cross-section of pipe throughout entire bend without buckling, twisting or
otherwise deforming exposed surfaces of pipe.

(f) Close exposed ends of pipe by welding 3/16" thick steel plate
in place or by use of prefabricated fittings.

(g) Brackets, flanges, fittings, and anchors: Provide wall
brackets, end closures, flanges, miscellaneous fittings and anchors for
inter-connections of pipe and attachment of railings and handrails to other
work. Furnish inserts and other anchorage devices for connecting railing
and handrails to concrete or masonry work.

(h) For railing posts set in concrete, provide sleeves of
galvanized steel pipe not less than 6" long and with an inside diameter not
less than 1/2" greater than the outside diameter of pipe. Provide steel
plate closure welded to bottom of sleeve and of width and length not less
than 1" greater than outside diameter of sleeve. Provide friction fit,
removable covers designed to keep sleeves clean and hold top edge of sleeve
1/2" below finished surface of concrete.

(i) Galvanize exterior steel railings, including pipe, fittings,
brackets, fasteners, and other ferrous components.

Manufacture or fabricate items of sizes, shapes and dimensions required.
Furnish malleable iron washers for heads and nuts which bear on wood struc-
tural connections; elsewhere, furnish steel washers.

D. STEEL FRAMED STAIRS:

(1) General: Construct stairs to conform to sizes and arrangements
indicated; join pieces together by welding unless otherwise indicated.
Provide complete stair assemblies including metal framing, hangers, columns,
railings, newels, balusters, struts, clips, brackets, bearing plates and
other components necessary for the support of stairs and platforms and as
required to anchor and contain the stairs on the supporting structure.

(2) Stair Framing: Fabricate stringers of structural steel channels, or
plates, or a combination thereof, as indicated. Provide closures for exposed
ends of stringers. Construct platforms of structural steel channel headers
and miscellaneous framing emebers as indicated. Bolt or weld headers to
strings, newels and framing members to strings and headers; fabricate and
join so that bolts, if used, do not appear on finish surfaces.

(3) Metal Pan Risers, Subtreads, and Subplatforms: Shape metal pans for






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risers and subtreads to conform to configuration shown. Provide thicknesses
of structural steel sheet for metal pans indicated but not less than that
required to support total design loading.

Form metal pans of hot-rolled or cold-rolled carbon steel sheet,
unless otherwise indicated.

Attach risers and subtreads to stringers by means of brackets
made of steel angles or bars. Weld brackets to strings and attach metal pans
to brackets by welding, riveting or bolting.

At Contractor's option, provide prefilled treads consisting of
prepoured concrete fill, with non-slip aggregate finish in welded sheet
metal pan designed and fabricated for attachment to installed stringers
using manufacturer's standard connection detail. Product: subject to
compliance with requirements, Speedstair by American Stair Corp., Inc., or
approved equal.

Provide subplatforms of configuration and construction indicated,
or if not indicated, of same metal as risers and subtreads and in
thicknesses required to support design loading. Attach subplatform to
platform framing members with welds.

05500-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

Installer must examine the areas and conditions under which miscellaneous
metal work is to be installed, and notify the Contractor in writing of con-
ditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the work. Do
not proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected in a manner acceptable to the Erector.

B. PREPARATION:

Coordinate and furnish anchorages, setting drawings, diagrams, templates,
instructions, and directions for installation of anchorages, such as
concrete inserts, sleeves, anchor bolts and miscellaneous items having
integral anchors, which are to be embedded in concrete or masonry construc-
tion. Coordinate delivery of such items to project site.

C. INSTALLATION:

(1) General:

(a) Fastening to In-Place Construction: Provide anchorage devi-
ces and fasteners where necessary for securing miscellaneous metal fabrica-
tions to in-place construction; including threaded fasteners for concrete
and masonry inserts, toggle bolts, through-bolts, lag bolts, wood screws
and other connectors as required.

(b) Cutting, Fitting and Placement: Perform cutting, drilling and
fitting required for installation of miscellaneous metal fabrications. Set
work accurately in location, alignment and elevation, plumb, level, true
and free of rack, measured from established lines and levels. Provide tem-
porary bracing or anchors in formwork for items which are to be built into






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concrete, masonry or similar construction.

(c) Fit exposed connections accurately together to form tight
hairline joints. Weld connections which are not to be left as exposed
joints, but cannot be shop welded because of shipping size limitations.
Grind exposed joints smooth and touch-up shop paint coat. Do not weld, cut
or abrade the surfaces of exterior units which have been hot-dip galvanized
after fabrication, and are intended for bolted or screwed field
connections.

(d) Field Welding: Comply with AWS Code for procedures of manual
shielded metal-arc welding, appearance and quality of welds made, and
methods used in correcting welding work.

(2) Structural Steel Installation:

(a) General: Comply with the AISC Specifications and code of
Standard Practice, and as herein specified. Maintain work in a safe and
stable condition during erection.

(b) Temporary Shoring and Bracing: Provide as required, with
connections of sufficient strength to bear imposed loads. Remove temporary
members and connections after permanent members are in place and final con-
nections are made. Provide temporary planking and working platforms as
necessary to effectively complete the work.

(c) Anchor Bolts: Furnish anchor bolts and other connectors
required for securing structural steel to foundations and other-in-place
work. Furnish templates and other devices as necessary for presetting bolts
and other anchors to accurate locations.

Refer to Division 3 sections for anchor bolt installation in concrete.

Refer to Division 4 sections for anchor bolt installation in masonry.

(d) Field Assembly: Set structural members to the lines and ele-
vations indicated. Align and adjust the various members forming a part of
a complete frame or structure before permanently fastening. Clean bearing
surfaces and other surfaces which will be in permanent contact before
assembly. Perform necessary adjustments to compensate for discrepancies in
elevations and alignment.

Splice members only where indicated.

Do not enlarge unfair holes in members by burning or by the use of drift
pins, except in secondary bracing members. Ream holes that must be enlarged
to admit bolts.

Do not use gas cutting torches in the field for correcting fabrication
errors in the structural framing. Cutting will be permitted only on secon-
dary members which are not under stress, as acceptable to the Architect.
Finish gas-cut sections equal to a sheared appearance when permitted.

(e) Touch-Up Painting: Immediately after erection, clean field
welds, bolted connections and abraded areas of the shop paint, and paint
all exposed areas with the same material as used for shop painting. Apply






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by brush or spray to provide a minimum dry film thickness of 2.0 mils.
(3) Setting Loose Platest Clean concrete Mar ZasBOMI beat f5t=5
of any bond-reducing materials, and roughen to improve bond to surfaces.
Clean bottom surface of bearing plates.

Set loose leveling and bearing plates on wedges, or other adjustable devi-
ces. After the bearing members have been positioned and plumbed, tighten
the anchor bolts. Do not remove wedges or shims, but if protruding, cut-
off flush with the edge of the bearing plate before packing with grout.
Use metallic non-shrink grout in concealed locations where not exposed to
moisture; use non-metallic non-shrink grout in exposed locations, unless
otherwise indicated.

Pack grout solidly between bearing surfaces and plates to ensure that no
voids remain.

(4) Steel Pipe Railings and Handrails:

(a) Adjust railings prior to anchoring to ensure matching
alignment at abutting joints. Space posts at spacing indicated, or it not
indicated, as required by design loadings. Plumb posts in each direction.
Secure posts and railing ends to building construction as follows:

Anchor posts in concrete by means of pipe sleeves preset and anchored into
concrete. After posts have been inserted into sleeves, fill annular space
between post and sleeve solid with non-shrink, non-metallic grout, mixed
and placed to comply with grout manufacturer's directions.

At Contractor's option, posts may be anchored in concrete by core drilling
holes not less than 5" deep and 3/4" greater than outside diameter of post.
Clean holes of all losse material, insert posts and fill annular space
between post and concrete with non-shrink, non-metallic grout, mixed and
placed to comply with grout manufacturer's directions.

Leave anchorage joint exposed; wipe off excess grout and leave 1/8"
build-up, sloped away from post. For installation exposed on exterior or to
flow of water, seal grout to comply with grout manufacturer's directions.
For installation to be covered by floor finish, leave grout finished flush
with concrete surfaces.

D. ADJUST AND CLEAN:

(1) Touch-up Painting: Cleaning and touch-up painting of field
welds, bolted connections and abraded areas of the shop paint on miscella-
neous metals is specified in Division 9 of these specifications.

(2) For Galvanized Surfaces: Clean field welds, bolted connec-
tions and abraded areas and apply 2 coats of galvanizing repair paint.


END OF SECTION 05500






06150 CARPENTRY PAGE 1


06150-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
Section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

This section includes all labor, materials, equipment and related services
necessary to complete and finish the rough and finish carpentry work,
including the installation of new finish hardware and the removal and
reinstallation, if applicable, of existing finish hardware, as indicated
and/or specified herein.

C. WORK BY OTHERS:

Work in conjunction with carpentry and which will be done by other sections
or trades generally consists of the following:

(1) Forms for concrete work, included in section CONCRETE.

(2) Furnishing and delivering builders' hardware, included in section
FINISH HARDWARE (installation of Finish Hardware included in this section).

(3) Finish woodwork, including standing and running trim, frames,
casework, etc., included in section ARCHITECTURAL WOCLWORK.

(4) Wood doors, specified in section WOOD DOORS.

(5) Wood windows, specified in section WOOD WINDOWS.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Lumber Standard: Comply with Southern Pine Inspection Bureau
(SPIB) and West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau (WCLIB) Standards and with
U. S. Product Standard PS 20.

(2) Plywood Standard: Comply with U. S. Product Standard PS 1.

(3) Factory mark each piece of lumber and plywood with type, grade,
mill and grading agency.

E. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Wood Treatment Data: Carpentry:

(a) Pressure Treatment: Include certification by treating plant
stating chemicals and process used, net amount of preservative retained and
conformance with applicable standards; include statement that moiture con-
tent of treated materials was reduced to the specified maximums prior to
shipment to project site.

(b) Fire-RetardaDnt Treatment: Include certification by treating
plant that treatment material complies with governing ordinances and that







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treatment will not bleed through finished surfaces.

F. PRODUCT HANDLING:

Delivery and Storage: Keep materials dry at all times. Protect against
exposure to weather and contact with damp or wet surfaces. Stack lumber
and plywood, and provide air circulation within stacks.

G. JCB CONDITIONS:

Coordination: Fit carpentry work to other work; scribe and cope as
required for accurate fit. Coordinate location of furring, nailers,
blocking, grounds and similar supports to allow proper attachment of other
work.

06150-2 PRODUCTS

A. MATERIALS:

(1) Lumber:

(a) General: All lumber shall be kiln-dried Southern Yellow Pine
(S.Y.P.), grade marked by the Southern Pine Inspection Bureau (SPIB).
Douglas Fir meeting all properties of S.Y.P. called for and grade marked
by West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau (WCLIB) may be substituted at
Contractor's option. When rough size dimensions are indicated, they shall
be sizes after drying. Preservative treated lumber shall be redried, if
required, to meet moisture content specified.

(b) 2" Lumber: No. 1, S.Y.P., S4S, pressure-treated where spe-
cified with maximum moisture content of 19%.

(2) Miscellaneous Lumber:

Provide wood for support or attachment of other work including cant strips,
bucks, nailers, blocking, furring, grounds, stripping and similar members.
Provide lumber of sizes shown or specified, worked into shapes shown, and
as follows:

(a) Moisture content: 19% maximum for lumber items not specified
to receive wood preservative treatment.

(b) Grade: Construction Grade light framing size lumber of
any species or board size lumber as required. Provide construction grade
boards (RIS or WCLB) or No. 2 boards (SPIB or WWPA).

(3) Plywood:

(a) Exposed Plywood: Where plywood will be exposed in finished
Work, provide the following:

Where painted finish is indicated, provide A-C/EXT-APA
plywood with Grade A face exposed and Grade C concealed, for exterior use;
and provide A-D/INT-APA plywood with Grade A face exposed and Grade D
concealed, for interior use.






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(b) Concealed Plywood and in Unfinished Spaces: Where plywood
will be concealed by other work, or is in unfinished spaces, provide C-D
Plugged/INT-APA.

For backing panels for electrical or telephone equipment,
provide fire-retardant treated plywood with exterior glue.

(4) Miscellaneous Materials:

(a) Framing Anchors: Framing anchors shall be Simpson Co.
"Strong-Tie" connectors or Architect's approved equal. Provide units as
indicated complete with recommended galvanized nails. Where specially made
framing anchors are indicated, use 16 Ga. galvanized metal formed as
shown, and punched for 8d nails at 100# per nail.

(b) Other Fasteners and Anchorages: Provide size and type as
indicated and as recommended by applicable standards, complying with appli-
cable Federal Specifications for nails, staples, screws, bolts, nuts,
washers and anchoring devices.

(c) Building Paper: 15-lb. Asphalt saturated felt, non-
perforated, ASTM D 226.

B. PRESERVATIVE TREATED WOODWORK:

(1) Provide preservative treatment of exterior woodwork not indicated
to be pressure treated, and where shown for interior woodwork. Provide
3-minute dip treatment in a 5% solution of pentachlorophenol, complying
with Standards. For exterior use, add water repellent in solution. Treat
completed units of woodwork after cutting, machining, sanding, gluing and
assembly have been completed to the greatest extent possible. Coat sur-
faces cut after treatment with a heavy brush coating of same preservative.

(2) Preservative Treatment: Where lumber is indicated as "P.T." or
"Treated", or is specified herein to be treated, comply with the applicable
requirements of the American Wood Preservers Bureau (AWPB). Mark each
treated item with the AWPB Quality Mark requirements.

(a) Pressure-treat items with water-borne preservatives complying
with AWPB LP-2. After treatment, kiln-dry to a maximum moisture content of
15%. Treat all specified and/or indicated items and the following:

Wood cants, nailers, curbs, blocking, stripping, and
similar members in connection with roofing, flashing,
vapor barriers and waterproofing.
Wood sills, sleepers, blocking, furring, stripping,
flooring and concealed members in contact with masonry
and concrete.

(3) Fire-Retardant Treatment: Where fire-retardant treated lumber or
plywood is indicated, comply with the AWPA standards for pressure impregna-
tion with fire-retardant chemicals to achieve a flame-spread rating of not
more than 25 when tested in accordance with UL Test 723 or ASTM E 84.

(a) Provide UL label on each piece of fire-retardant lumber or
plywood.






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(b) Kiln-dry treated items to a maximum moisture content of 19%.

06150-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

Installer must examine the substrates and supporting structure and the con-
ditions under which the carpentry work is to be installed, and notify the
Contractor in writing of conditions detrimental to the work. Do not
proceed with the installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected in a manner acceptable to the Installer.

B. GENERAL:
(1) Discard units of material with defects which might impair quality
of work and units which are too small to fabricate work with minimum joints
or optimum joint arrangement.

(2) Set carpentry work accurately to required levels and lines, with
members plumb and true and accurately cut and fitted.

(3) Securely attach carpentry work to substrate by anchoring and
fastening as shown and as required by recognized standards. Countersink
nail heads on exposed carpentry work and fill holes. Use common wire
nails, except as otherwise indicated. Use finishing nails for finish work.
Select fasteners of size that will not penetrate members where opposite
side will be exposed to view or will receive finish materials. Make tight
connections between members. Install fasteners without splitting of wood;
predrill as required.

(4) Wood Grounds, Nailers, Blocking and Sleepers:

(a) Provide wherever shown and where required for screening or
attachment of other work. Form to shapes as shown and cut as required for
true line and level of work to be attached. Coordinate location with other
work involved.

(b) Attach to substrates as required to support applied loading.
Countersink bolts and nuts flush with surfaces, unless otherwise shown.
Build into masonry during installation of masonry work. Where possible,
anchor to formwork before concrete placement.

(c) Provide permanent grounds of dressed, preservative treated,
key-bevelled lumber not less than 1-1/2" wide and of thickness required to
bring face of ground to exact thickness of finish material involved.
Remove temporary grounds when no longer required.

(5) Wood Furring:

(a) Install plumb and level with closure strips at edges and ope-
nings. Shim with wood as required for tolerance of finished work.

S (b) All wood furring shall be pressure-treated.

(c) Firestop furred spaces on walls at each floor level, with
wood blocking or incombustible materials, accurately fitted to close furred






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space.

(6) Wood Framing, General:

(a) Provide framing members of sizes and on spacings shown, and
frame openings as shown, or if not shown, comply with recommendations of
"Manual for House Framing" of National Forest Products Association. Do not
splice structural members between supports.

(b) Anchor and nail as shown, and comply with "Recommended
Nailing Schedule" of "Manual for House Framing" and other recommendations
of the N.F.P.A.

C. FINISH HARDWARE:

Be responsible for removing and storing finish hardware items which must be
removed during work of this Contract. Reinstall all items of existing
finish hardware that are to be reused. Install new finish hardware. Fit
all hardware items accurately, apply securely and carefully adjust for
proper fit and operation.


END OF SECTION 06150






06400 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK PAGE 1


06400-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, material, equipment and related
items required to complete all architectural woodwork as indicated and/or
specified herein.

(2) Architectural woodwork is defined to include miscellaneous exposed
wood members commonly known as "Finish Carpentry" or "Millwork," except
where specified in another section of these specifications; the extent of
architectural wood work is shown on the drawings and as specified herein.

(3) The types of architectural woodwork include, but are not
necessarily limited to, the following:

Running and standing trim, both interior and exterior
Wood bookcases and desktops

(4) Refer to Division 6 sections for Carpentry.

(5) Refer to Division 8 sections for Wood Doors.

(6) Refer to Division 8 sections for Wood Windows.

(7) Existing items of architectural woodwork in good condition shall
be reused and refinished. Existing units in poor condition shall be
reconstructed to match original or restored to good condition and reused
at the option of the Copntractor. Restored parts or subassemblies of
existing woodwork may be spliced into new woodwork at the option of the
Contractor. Existing paint finish on existing items shall be well sanded to
receive new finish but is not required to be completely stripped.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Quality Standards: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with
specified provisions of the following:

Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) "Quality Standards."

(2) Quality Marking: Mark each unit of architectural woodwork with
mill's or fabricator's identification and grade mark, located on surfaces
,which will not be exposed after installation.

D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Wood Treatment Data: Submit 3 copies of chemical treatment
manufacturer's instructions for handling, storing and installation for each
type of treated material.








06400 ARCHITECTURAL WOCWORK PAGE 2


(a) Dip Treatment: Include certification by treating plant
stating chemical solutions used, submersion period and conformance with
applicable standards.

(b) Pressure Treatment: Include certification by treating plant
stating chemicals and process used, net amount of salts retained and con-
formance with applicable standards.

(2) Shop Drawings: Submit 7 copies of shop drawings for woodwork,
except for stock items referred to by manufacturer's catalog number or
stock moldings whose profile is shown on drawing details. Indicate
compliance with specified Standard and other specified requirements for
materials and workmanship.

(3) Samples: Submit samples of each species, cut and finish for wood-
work which is to receive a transparent finish. Submit 18" long samples,
full member width and thickness. Samples will be reviewed by Architect
for appearance only. Compliance with other requirements is exclusive
responsibility of Contractor.

(4) Certification: Submit 3 copies of certificate signed by mill or
woodwork shop, certifying that architectural woodwork complies with quality
grades and all other requirements specified. Submit certificate in form
(if any) recommended by applicable Standards.

E. PRODUCT HANDLING:

(1) Protect woodwork during transit, delivery, storage and handling to
prevent damage, soiling and deterioration. Keep covered with heavy-duty
polyethylene film or other protective covering.

(2) Do not deliver woodwork until wet work, grinding, and similar
operations which could damage, soil, or deteriorate woodwork have been
completed in installation areas. If, due to unforeseen circumstances,
woodwork must be stored in other than installation areas, store only in
areas meeting requirements specified for installation areas.

F. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Conditioning: The Installer shall advise the Contractor of tem-
perature and humidity requirements for woodwork installation areas. Do not
install woodwork until the required temperature and relative humidity have
been stabilized and will be maintained in stallation areas.

(2) Maintain temperature and humidity in installation area as required
to maintain moisture content of installed workwork within a 1.0 per cent
tolerance of the optimum moisture content, from the date of installation
through the remainder of the construction period. The fabricator of the
woodwork shall determine the optimum moisture content and required tem-
perature and humidity conditions.






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06400-2 PRODUCTS

A. BASIC MATERIALS AND FABRICATION:

(1) Wood Moisture Content: Provide kiln-dried (KD) lumber with an
average moisture content range of 9% to 14% for exterior work and 8% to 13%
for interior work. Maintain temperature and relative humidity during
fabrication, storage and finishing operations so that moisture content
values for woodwork at time of installation do not exceed these ranges.

(2) Interior Wood for Transparent Finish:

Solid Wood: Rift sawn Red Oak.

, Plywood: Rift-cut Red Oak.

(3) Interior Wood for Opaque Finish:

Solid Wood: Any species complying with requirements for specified
woodwork grade.

Plywood: Paint grade veneer plywood with exterior glue complying
with requirements for specified woodwork grade.

(4) Quality Standards: For the following types of architectural wood-
work, comply with indicated standards as applicable:

Standing and Running Trim: AWI Section 300
Casework and Countertops: AWI Section 400/WIC Sections 15, 16 and
25A.
Miscellaneous Work: AWI Section 700.

(6) Design and Construction Features: Comply with details shown for
profile and construction of architectural woodwork; and, where not other-
wise shown, comply with applicable Quality Standards, with alternate
details at Fabricator's option.

(7) Pre-Cut Openings: Fabricate architectural woodwork with pre-cut
openings, where possible, to receive hardware, appliances, plumbing fix-
tures, electrical work and similar items. Locate openings accurately and
use templates or roughing-in diagrams for proper size and shape. Smooth
edges of cutoffs and, where located in countertops and similar exposures,
seal edges of cutouts with a water-resistant coating.

(8) Measurements: Before proceeding with fabrication of woodwork
required to be fitted to other construction, obtain measurements and verify
dimensions and shop drawing details as required for accurate fit.

Where sequence of measuring substrates before fabrication would
'delay the project, proceed with fabrication (without field measurements)
and provide ample borders and edges to allow for subsequent scribing and
trimming of woodwork for accurate fit.

(9) Preservative Treatment: Following basic fabrication (or semi-
fabricated where full prior fabricated is not possible), provide 3-minute
dip treatment of architectural woodwork in a 5 per cent solution of pen-






06400 ARCHITECTURAL WOOtWORK PAGE 4


tachlorophenol, with vehicle which will not interfere with finish applica-
tion and will produce the minimum affect upon appearance. Apply brush coat
on surfaces cut after treatment.

B. INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK:

(1) Standing and Running Trim (Opaque Paint Finish):

Grade: Custom.

Fabricate standing and running trim to dimensions, profiles and
details shown. Rout or groove (back out) reverse side of trim members to
be applied to flat surface, except for members with ends exposed in finish
work.

(2) Bookcases and Desktops (Transparent Natural Finish):

Grade: Custom.

Fabricate to dimensions, profiles and details shown.

(2) Molding numbers indicated refer to moldings illustrated in the
Standard Moulding Book, published by Shattock & McKay Company, Fourth
Edition, 1940, and in Architectural Graphic Standards, 5th Edition.

C. EXTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK:

(1) Standing and Running Trim (Opaque Paint Finish):

Grade: Custom.

Fabricate wood trim and jambs to dimensions, profiles and details
shown; match existing configurations where repair or replacement
of deteriorated members is required. Rout or groove (back out)
reverse side of trim members to be applied to flat surfaces,
except for members with ends exposed in finished work.


(2) Molding numbers indicated refer to moldings illustrated in the
Standard Moulding Book, published by Shattock & McKay Company, Fourth J,
Edition, 1940, and in Architectural Graphic Standards, 5th Edition.

D. FINISH FOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK:

(1) Shop finish all transparent finished oak casework. Shop prime all
running and standing wood trim for job finishing specified in Painting
Section.

(2) Preparations for Finishing: Comply with AWI Quality Standards,
Section 1500, for sanding, filling countersunk fasteners, back priming and
similar preparations for finishing of architectural woodwork, as applicable
to each unit of work.

(3) Transparent Finish:

(a) General Finish Standard: AWI Finish System No. 3, Prenium







06400 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK PAGE 5


Grade, open grain finish.

Shop Application: Stain and sealer (match approved sample
for mahogany color).

Final Finish: Sanding, followed by 2 coats of clear alkyd-
urea conversion varnish, rubbed to medium sheen.

(4) Primed Surfaces: Shop apply 1 coat of primer as specified in
Division 9.

E. CABINET HARDWARE AND ACCESSORY MATERIALS:

Not required.

F. MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES:

(1) Screws: Select material, type, size and finish required for each
use. Comply with FS FF-S-111 for applicable requirements.

(2) Nails: Select material, type, size and finish required for each
use. Comply with FS FF-N-105 for applicable requirements.

(a) Provide hot-dip galvanized or non-ferrous nails for exterior
woodwork.

(3) Anchors: Select material, type, size and finish required by each
substrate for secure anchorage. Provide non-ferrous metal or hot-dip
galvanized anchors and inserts for exterior installations and elsewhere as
required for corrosion-resistance. Provide toothed steel or lead expansion
bolt devices for drilled-in-place anchors. Furnish inserts and anchors, as
required, to be set into concrete or masonry work for subsequent woodwork
anchorage.

06400-3 EXECUTION

A. PREPARATION:

(1) Condition woodwork to average prevailing humidity conditions in
installation areas prior to installing.

(2) Pre-Installation Meeting: Meet at project site prior to delivery
of architectural woodwork and review coordination and environmental
controls required for proper installation and ambient conditioning in areas
to receive work. Include in meeting the Contractor; Architect and Owner
Representatives (if any); installers of architectural woodwork, wet work
such as plastering, other finishes, painting, mechanical work and electri-
cal work; and firms of persons responsible for continued operation (whether
temporary or permanent) of HVAC system as required to maintain temperature
and humidity conditions. Proceed with woodwork installation only when
everyone concerned agrees that required ambient conditions can be properly
maintained.

(3) Deliver concrete inserts and similar anchoring devices to be built
into substrates well in advance of time substrates are to be built.








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(4) Prior to installation of architectural woodwork, examine shop
fabricated work for completion, and complete work as required, including
back priming and removal of packing.

B. INSTALLATION:

(1) Install the work plumb, level, true and straight with no distor-
tions. Shim as required using concealed shims. Install to a tolerance of
1/8" in 8'-0" for plumb and level (including countertops); and with 1/16"
maximum offset in flush adjoining surface, 1/8" maximum offsets in revealed
adjoining surfaces.

(2) Scribe and cut work to fit adjoining work, and refinish cut sur-
faces or repair damaged finish at cuts.

(3) Standing and Running Trim: Install with minimum number of joints
possible, using full-length pieces (from maximum length of lumber
available) to the greatest extent possible. Stagger joints in adjacent and
related members. Cope at returns, miter at corners, and comply with
Quality Standards for joinery.

(4) Anchor woodwork to anchors or blocking built-in or directly
attached to substrates. Secure to grounds, stripping and blocking with
countersunk, concealed fasteners and blind nailing as required for a
complete installation. Except where prefinished matching fasteners heads
are required, use fine finishing nails for exposed nailing, countersunk and
filled flush with woodwork, and matching final finish where transparent
finish is indicated.

(5) Casework: Install without distortion so that doors and drawers,
if any, will fit openings properly and be accurately aligned. Adjust
hardware to center doors and drawers in openings and to provide
unencumbered operation. Complete the installation of hardware and accessory
items as indicated.

(6) Desktops: Anchor securely to base units and/or other support
systems as indicated.

C. ADJUSTMENT, CLEANING, FINISHING AND PROTECTION:

(1) Repair damaged and defective woodwork wherever possible to elimi-
nate defects functionally and visually; where not possible to repair pro-
perly, replace woodwork. Adjust joinery for uniform appearance.

(2) Clean hardware, lubricate and make final adjustments for proper
operation.

(3) Clean woodwork on exposed and semi-exposed surfaces. Touch-up
shop-applied finishes to restore damaged or soiled areas.

(4) Complete the finishing work specified as work of this section, to
whatever extent not completed at shop or prior to installation of woodwork.






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(5) Protection: Installer of architectural woodwork shall advise
Contractor of final protection and maintained conditions necessary to
ensure that work will be without damage or deterioration at time of
acceptance.


END OF SECTION 06400






07600 FLASHING AND SHEETMETAL PAGE 1


07600-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements apply to work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) The extent of each type of flashing and sheet metal work is indi-
cated, or is inferable from, the drawings and by provisions of this sec-
tion.

(2) The types of work specified in this section include, but are not
limited to, the following:

Metal counter flashing; and base flashing (if any)
Exposed metal trim.
Miscellaneous sheet metal accessories.

(3) Integral masonry flashings are specified as masonry work in
Division 4.

(4) Roofing Accessories are specified in roofing system sections as
roofing work.

C. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Product Data: Submit seven (7) copies of manufacturer's product
specifications, installation instructions and general recommendations for
each specified sheet material and fabricated product.

(2) Samples: Submit 2, 8" square samples of specified sheet materials
to be exposed as finished surfaces.

(a) Submit 2, 12" long, completely finished units of specified
factory-fabricated products exposed as finished work.

(3) Shop Drawings: Submit seven (7 copies of shop drawings showing
layout, joining, profiles, and nrchorages of fabricated work, including major
counter flashings, trim units, gutters and downspouts and expansion joint
systems; layouts at scale, details at 3" scale.

D. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Coordinate work of this section with interfacing and adjoining work
for proper sequencing of each installation. Ensure best possible weather
resistance and durability of the work and protect materials and finishes.

07600-2 MATERIALS

A. FLASHING AND SHEET METAL MATERIALS:

(1) Zinc-Coated Steel Sheet: Commercial quality carbon steel sheets






07600 FLASHING AM SHEIEIal PAMG 2


with minimum of 0.20% copper content complying with ASTM A 526; hot-dip
galvanized to comply with ASTM A 525, G90, mill phosphatised to
receive paint finish, 0.0359" thick (20 gage) except as otherwise
indicated.

(2) Miscellaneous Materials:

(a) General: Except as otherwise indicated, provide types of
fasteners, solder, welding rods, coatings, separators, sealants and
accessory items as recommended by sheet metal manufacturers for rain
drainage work.

(b) Fasteners and Anchors: Same metal as flashing/sheet metal
or, other non-corrosive metal as recommended by manufacturer. Match finish
of exposed heads with material being fastened.

(c) Adhesives: Type recommended by flashing sheet manufacturer
for waterproof/weather-resistant seaming and adhesive application of
flashing sheet.

(d) Roofing Cement: ASTM D 2827, asphaltic.

(e) Bituminous Coating: FS TT-C-494 or SSPC or Paint 12, solvent
type bituminous mastic nominally free of sulphur, compounded for 15-mil dry
film thickness per coat.

(f) Mastic Sealant: Polyisbutylene; nonhardening, nonskinning,
nondrying, normigrating sealant.

(g) Elastomeric Sealant: As specified in Sealant Section.

(h) Metal Accessories: Provide sheet metal clips, straps,
anchoring devices and similar accessory units as required for installation
of work, matching or compatible with material being installed, non-
corrosive, size and gage required for performance.

07600-3 FABRICATION

A. GENERAL METAL FABRICATION:

Shop-fabricate work to greatest extent possible. Comply with
details shown, and with applicable requirements of SMACNA "Architectural
Sheet Metal Manual" and other recognized industry practices. Fabricate
for waterproof and weather-resistant performance; with expansion provisions
for running work, sufficient to permanently prevent leakage, damage or
deterioration of the work. Form work to fit substrates. Comply with
material manufacturer instructions and recommendations. Form exposed sheet
metal work without excessive oil-canning, buckling and tool marks, true to
,line and levels as indicated, with exposed edges folded back to form hems.

(1) Seams: Fabricate nonmoving seams in sheet metal with flatlock
seams. Tin edges to be seamed, form seams, and solder. Rivet joints for
additional strength where required.

(2) Expansion Provisions: Where lapped or bayonet-type expansion
provisions in work cannot be used, or would not be sufficiently






07600 FLASHING AND SHEETMETAL PAGE 3


water/weatherproof, form expansion joints of intermeshing hooked flanges,
not less than 1" deep, filled with mastic sealant (concealed within
joints).

(3) Sealant Joints: Where movable, non-expansion type joints are
indicated or required for proper performance of work, form metal to provide
for proper installation of elastameric sealant, in compliance with industry
standards.

(4) Separations: Provide for separation of metal from noncom-
patible metal or corrosive substrates by coating concealed surfaces at
locations of contact, with bituminous coating or other permanent separation
as recommended by manufacturer/fabricator.

07600-4 EXECUTION

A. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS:

(1) General: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with manu-
facturer's installation instructions, and with SMACNA "Architectural Sheet
Metal Manual." Anchor units of work securely in place by methods indi-
cated, providing for thermal expansion of metal units; conceal fasteners
where possible, and set units true to line and level as indicated. Install
work with laps, joints and seams which will be permanently watertight and
weatherproof.

(2) Bed flanges of work in a thick coat of bituminous roofing
cement where required for waterproof performance.

B. CLEANING AND PROTECTION:

(1) Clean exposed metal surfaces, removing substances which
might cause corrosion of metal or deterioration of finishes.

(2) Protection: Installer shall advise Contractor of required
procedures for surveillance and protection of flashings and sheet metal
work during construction, to ensure that work will be without damage or
deterioration, other than natural weathering, at time of substantial
completion.


END OF SECTION 07600






07900 SEALANTS PAGE 1


07900-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, material, equipment, and related
services required to complete all sealing indicated and/or specified,
including setting of metal thresholds in sealant.

(2) Completely seal with building sealant joints around all doors, win-
dows, grilles, louvers and other openings in exterior walls, and other
joints indicated or specified to be sealed. Seal between all dissimilar
materials on exterior of the building.

(3) Seal with sealant all joints between expansion joints at exterior
pavements and sidewalk joints.

C. WORK BY OTHERS:

Work in conjunction with sealing and work which will be done by other sec-
tions or trades generally consists of the following:

(1) Sealing related to mechanical sections specified in Division 15.

(2) Glazings required for glass installation specified in Division 8.

(3) Caulking of interior joints specified in Division 7.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Manufacturers: Firms with not less than 5 years of successful
experience in production of types of sealants required for this project.
Sealant manufacturer shall send a qualified technical representative to
S project site prior to starting sealing operations for purpose of advising
Installer on proper procedures for use of products.

(2) Installer: A firm with a minimum of 5 years of successful
Experience in application of types of materials required.

E. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data: Submit 7 copies of manufacturer's specifica-
tions, recommendations and installation and instructions for each type of
sealant and associated miscellaneous material required. Also, submit 7
copies of manufacturer's standard color charts for sealant color selections.

(2) Samples, Sealants and Caulking: Submit three 12" long samples of
each color required (except black) for each type of sealant exposed to
view. Install sample between two strips of material similar to or repre-
sentative of typical surfaces where compound will be used, held apart to






07900 SEALANTS PAGE 2


represent typical joint widths.

F. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Pre-Installation Meeting: At Contractor's direction, Installer,
sealant manufacturer's technical representative, and other trades involved
in coordination with sealant work shall meet with Contractor at project
site to review procedures and time schedule proposed for installation of
sealants in coordination with other work. Review each major sealant appli-
cation required on project.

(2) Condition of Other Work: The Installer must examine joint surfaces,
backing, and anchorage of units forming sealant rabbet, and conditions
under which sealant work is to be performed, and notify Contractor in
writing of conditions detrimental to proper completion of the work and per-
formance by sealants. Do not proceed with sealant work until unsatisfac-
tory conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable to Installer.

(3) Weather Conditions: Do not proceed with installation of sealants
under adverse weather conditions, or when temperatures are below or above
manufacturer's recommended temperature range for installation. Proceed
with the work only when forecasted weather conditions are favorable for
proper cure and development of high early bond strength. Where joint width
is affected by ambient temperature variations, install elastomeric sealants
only when temperatures are in lower third of the manufacturer's recommended
installation temperature range, so that sealant will not be subjected to
excessive elongation and bond stress at subsequent low temperatures.
Coordinate time schedule with Contractor to avoid delay of project.

G. SPECIAL PROJECT WARRANTY (GUARANTEE):

(1) Sealant Warranty: Provide written warranty, signed by Contractor
and Installer, agreeing to, within warranty period, replace/repair defec-
tive materials and workmanship defined to include: instances of signifi-
cant leakage of water or air; failures in joint adhesion, material
cohesion, abrasion resistance, weather resistance, extrusion-from-joint
resistance, migration resistance, strain resistance, or general durability;
failure to perform as required, and the general appearance of deterioration
in any other manner not clearly specified in manufacturer's published pro-
duct literature as an inherent characteristic of the sealant material.
Warranty includes responsibility for removal and replacement of other work
(if any) which conceals or obstructs the replacement of sealants. Warranty
includes responsibility for removal and replacement of other work (if any)
which conceals or obstructs the replacement of sealants. Warranty covers
the following types of sealants on this project, for the following periods
of time:

Elastomeric sealants of every type.

Warranty period is 3 years after date of substantial completion.

07900-2 PRODUCTS

A. MATERIALS, GENERAL:

(1) Colors: Sealants for all surfaces shall be manufacturer's standard






07900 SEALANTS PAGE 3


colors as selected by Architect.

(2) Hardnesses shown and specified are intended to indicate general
range necessary for overall performance. Consult manufacturer's technical
representative to determine actual hardness recommended for conditions of
installation and use. Upon request, Architect will furnish information
concerning anticipated joint movement related to actual joint width and
installation temperature. Except as otherwise indicated or recommended,
provide compounds within the following ranges of hardness (Shore A, fully
cured, at 75'F.).

5 to 20 for high percentage of movement and minimum exposure
to weather and abrasion (including no exposure to vandalism).

15 to 35 for moderate percentage of movement and moderate
exposure to weather and abrasion.

30 to 60 for low percentage of movement and maximum exposure
to weather and abrasion (including foot traffic on horizontal
joints).

(3) Modulus of Elasticity: For joints subject to movement, either
thermal expansion or dynamic movement, select sealants from among available
variations which have lowest modulus of elasticity which is consistent with
exposure to abrasion or vandalism. For horizontal joints subject to traf-
fic, select sealants with high modulus of elasticity as required to
withstand indentation by stiletto heels. Comply with manufacturer's recom-
mendations where no other requirements are indicated.

(4) Compatibility: Before selection and purchase of each specified
sealant, investigate its compatibility with joint surfaces, joint fillers
and other materials in joint system. Provide only materials
(manufacturer's recommended variation of specified materials) which are
known to be fully compatible with actual installation conditions, as shown
by manufacturer's published data or certification.

(5) Foot Traffic Exposures: In sealant locations subject to foot traf-
fic, provide manufacturer's non-tracking variation of specified sealant,
capable of withstanding stiletto heel traffic without damaging indentation.

B. SEALANTS:

(1) Sealant for Horizontal Paving Joints: All horizontal paving joints
(less than 2% slope) shall be sealed with polyurethane-based, 2-part
elastomeric sealant, complying with FS Tr-S-00227E, Class A, Type 1
(self-leveling) as recommended by manufacturer for application. Provide
one of the following products:

Vulkem 245 (Mameco International)
NR-200 (Pecora Corp.)
THC/900 (Tremco, Inc.)

(2) Other Joints:

(a) All other joints shall be sealed with polyurethane-based
2-part elastomeric sealant, complying with FS TT-S-00227E, Class A, Type 2







07900 SEALANTS PAGE 4


(non-sag) as recommended by manufacturer for application shown. Provide
one of the following products:

Vulkem 227 (Mameco International)

Dynatrol II (Pecora Corp.)

(b) At Contractor's option, provide "Dymeric" sealant by Tremco
Mfg. Co. (3-component epoxidized urethane complying with FS TT-S-00227), in
lieu of 2-component polyurethane sealant.

C. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS:

(1) Joint Cleaner: Provide type of joint cleaning compound recommended
by sealant manufacturer, for joint surfaces to be cleaned.

(2) Joint Primer/Sealer: Provide type of joint primer/sealer recom-
mended by sealant manufacturer for joint surfaces to be primer or sealed.

(3) Bond Breaker Tape: Polyethylene tape or other plastic tape as
recommended by sealant manufacturer, to be applied to sealant-contract sur-
faces where bond to substrate or joint filler must be avoided for proper
performance of sealant. Provide self-adhesive tape where applicable.

(4) Sealant Backer Rod: Compressible rod stock polyethylene foam,
polyethylene jacketed polyurethane foam, butyl rubber foam, neoprene foam
or other flexible, permanent, durable non-absorptive material as recom-
mended for compatibility with sealant by the sealant manufacturer. Provide
size and shape of rod which will control joint depth for sealant placement,
break bond of sealant at bottom of joint, form optimum shape of sealant
bead on back side, and provide a highly compressible backer to minimize
possibility of sealant extrusion when joint is compressed.

07900-3 EXECUTION

A. JOINT SURFACE PREPARATION:

(1) Clean joint surfaces immediately before installation of sealant.
Remove dirt, insecure coatings, moisture and other substances which would
interfere with bond of sealant.

(2) Do not proceed with installation of sealant over joint surfaces
which have been painted, lacquered, waterproofed or treated with water
repellent or other treatment or coating unless a laboratory test for dura-
bility (adhesion), in compliance with Paragraph 4.3.9 of FS TT-S-00227 has
successfully demonstrated that sealant bond is not impaired by coating or
treatment. If laboratory test has not been performed, or shows bond inter-
ference, remove coating or treatment from joint surfaces before installing
sealant.

(3) Roughen joint surfaces on vitreous coated and similar non-porous
materials, where sealant manufacturer's data indicates lower bond strength
than for porous surfaces. Rub with fine abrasive to produce a dull sheen.







07900 SEALANTS PAGE 5


B. INSTALLATION:

(1) Comply with sealant manufacturer's printed instructions except
where more stringent requirements are shown or specified and except where
manufacturer's technical representative directs otherwise.

(2) Prime or seal joint surfaces where shown or recommended by sealant
manufacturer. Do not allow primer/sealer to spill or migrate onto
adjoining surfaces.

(3) Install sealant backer rod for liquid sealants, except where shown
to be omitted or recommended to be omitted by sealant manufacturer for the
application shown.

(4) Install bond breaker tape where shown and where required by
manufacturer's recommendations to ensure that elastomeric sealants will
perform properly.

(5) Employ only proven installation techniques which will ensure that
sealants will be deposited in uniform, continuous ribbons without gaps or
air pockets, with complete "wetting" of joint bond surfaces equally on
opposite sides. Except as otherwise indicated, fill sealant rabbet to a
slightly concave surface, slightly below adjoining surfaces. Where hori-
zontal joints are between a horizontal surface and a vertical surface, fill
joint to form a slight cove, so that joint will not trap moisture and dirt.

(6) Install sealants to depths as shown or, if not shown, as recom-
mended by sealant manufacturer but within the following general limita-
tions, measured at center (thin) section of bead.

(a) For sidewalks, pavements and similar joints sealed with
elastomeric sealants and subject to traffic and other abrasion and inden-
tation exposures, fill joints to a depth equal to 75% of joint width, and
neither more than 5/8" deep nor less than 3/8" deep.

(b) For normal moving joints sealed with elastameric sealants, but
not subject to traffic, fill joints to a depth equal to 50% of joint width,
but neither more than 1/2" deep nor less than 1/4" deep.

(c) For joints sealed with non-elastomeric sealants and caulking
compounds, fill joints to a depth in the range of 75% to 125% of joint
width.

(7) Spillage: Do not allow sealants or compounds to overflow or spill
onto adjoining surfaces, or to migrate into voids of adjoining surfaces
including exposed aggregate panels and similar rough textures. Use masking
tape or other precautionary devices to prevent staining of adjoining sur-
faces, by either primer/sealer or the sealant/caulking compound.

(8) Remove excess and spillage of compounds promptly as the work
progresses. Clean adjoining surfaces by whatever means may be necessary
to eliminate evidence of spillage, without damage to adjoining surfaces or
finishes.


C. CURE AND PROTECTION:







07900 SEALANTS PAGE 6


Installer shall advise Contractor of procedures required for curing and
protection of sealants during construction period, so that they will be
without deterioration or damage (other than normal wear and weathering) at
time of Owner's acceptance.

07900-4 COORDINATION )

The General Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating sealant sub-
mittals of all isers of sealants, including roofing subcontractor, glazing
subcontractor, and waterproofing subcontractor to ensure compatibility of
all sealants which come into contact with one another. When such contact
takes place, sealants shall be of the same type by the same manufacturer,
unless specifically approved otherwise by the Architect.


END OF SECTION 07900






07910 CAULKING PAGE 1


07910-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, material, equipment, and related
services required to complete all caulking indicated and/or specified.

(2) Completely close all joints and openings inside the building with
caulking including all joints around all frames of doors in walls, all ope-
nings in interior partitions and other surface finishes and all openings
between dissimilar materials and all other joints indicated or specified to
be caulked.

C. WORK BY OTHERS:

Work in conjunction with caulking work which will be done by other sections
or trades generally consists of the following:

(1) Sealing related to mechanical sections specified in Division 15.

(2) Glazing required for glass installation specified in Division 8.

(3) Sealants specified in Division 7.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Installer: A firm with a minimum of 5 years of successful
experience in application of types of materials required.

E. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data, Caulking: Submit manufacturer's specifica-
tions, recommendations and installation instructions for each type of
caulking compound and associated miscellaneous material required.

F. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Condition of Other Work: The Installer must examine joint sur-
faces, backing, and anchorage of units forming rabbet, and conditions under
which caulking work is to be performed, and notify Contractor in writing of
conditions detrimental to proper completion of the work and performance by
sealants. Do not proceed with caulking work until unsatisfactory con-
ditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable to the Installer.

07910-2 PRODUCTS

A. CAULKING:

Caulking shall be one part acrylic latex, gun grade caulking compound.
Provide one of the following products:






07910 CAULKING PAGE 2


AC-20; Pecora
Acrylic Latex Caulk; DAP
Acrylic Latex Caulk; Tremco

B. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS:

(1) Joint Cleaner: Provide type of joint cleaning compound recommended
by caulking compound manufacturer, for joint surfaces to be cleaned.

(2) Back-up Material: Untarred oakum or caulking cotton free from any
material that will stain adjacent materials and suitable for job
conditions.

07910-3 EXECUTION

A. JOINT SURFACE PREPARATION:

(1) Clean joint surfaces immediately before installation of caulking
compound. Remove dirt, insecure coatings, moisture and other substances
which would interfere with bond of caulking compound.

B. CCMPLETION:

Complete caulking before final coat of paint is applied.

C. INSTALLATION:

(1) Comply with caulking manufacturer's printed instructions except
where more stringent requirements are shown or specified.

(2) Install backer rod where required packed to within of exposed
surface prior to caulking application.

(3) Install caulking to depths as shown or, if not shown, as recom-
mended by caulking manufacturer but within the following general limita-
tions, measured at center (thin) section of bead. Fill joints to a depth
in the range of 75% to 125% of joint width.

(4) Spillage: Do not allow caulking to overflow or spill onto adjoining
surfaces, or to migrate into voids of adjoining surfaces. Use masking tape
or other precautionary devices to prevent staining of adjoining surfaces by
the caulking compound.

(5) Remove excess and spillage of compounds promptly as the work pro-
gresses. Clean adjoining surfaces by whatever means may be necessary to
eliminate evidence of spillage, without damage to adjoining surfaces or
finishes.

D. CURE AND PROTECTION:

Installer shall advise Contractor of procedures required for curing and
protection of caulking compounds during construction period, so that they
will be without deterioration or damage (other than normal wear and
weathering) at the time of Owner's acceptance.
END OF SECTION 07910







08305 ACCESS DOORS PAGE 1


08305-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

The extent, location and size of each type of access door required is shown
on the drawings and in schedules.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Manufacturer: Provide access doors as manufactured by one of the
following:

(a) Access Doors:

The Bilco Co.
Birmingham Ornamental Iron Co. (BOICO)
Inryco, Inc. Milcor Division
Karp Associates, Inc.

(2) Inserts and Anchorages: Furnish inserts and anchoring devices
which must be built into other work for the installation of access doors.
Coordinate delivery with other work to avoid delay.

(3) Fire-Resistance Ratings: Wherever a fire-resistance classifica-
tion is indicated, provide access door assembly with panel door, frame,
hinge, and latch from manufacturer listed in Underwriters' Laboratories,
Inc. "Classified Building Materials Index" for the rating shown. Provide
UL label on each fire-rated access door.

D. SUBMITTALS:

Manufacturer's Data; Access Doors: For information only, submit seven (7)
copies of manufacturer's technical data and installation instructions for
each type of access door or floor door assembly. Transmit copy of each
instruction to the Installer.

Provide setting drawings, templates, instructions and directions for
installation of ancorage devices.

08305-2 PRODUCTS

A. GENERAL:

'Furnish access door and floor door assemblies manufactured as an integral
unit, complete with all parts and ready for installation.

B. MATERIALS:


(1) Access Doors:








08305 ACCESS DOORS PAGE 2


(a) Non-fire-rated access doors shall be similar in design to
appropriate Bilco or Milco Style K as required for flush installation in
plaster wall and ceiling construction.

(b) Fire-rated access doors shall be similar in design to Bilco
or Milcor standard insulated flush panel door.

(c) Fabricate units of continuous welded galvanized steel
construction, unless otherwise indicated. Grind welds smooth and flush
with adjacent surfaces. Furnish attachment devices and fasteners of the
type required to secure access panels to the types of support shown.

(d) Frames:

Fabricate from 16 gage galvanized steel.

(e) Panel:

Fabricate from minimum 14 gage galvanized steel. Reinforce as required to
prevent buckling. Use 20 gage steel, sandwich type panels as fire-rated
access doors.

(f) Anchors:

Furnish frames with adjustable metal masonry anchors, as required.

(g) Casing Bead:

Provide integral 22 gage galvanized steel casing bead around perimeter of
frame and door opening for installation in plaster walls and ceilings.
Provide flat galvanized steel edges similar to Milcor standard for flush
panel fire-rated access doors.

(h) Finish:

Factory applied rust-inhibitive white prime coat.

(i) Locking Devices:

Furnish flush, screwdriver-operated cam locks of the number required at all
non-rated doors to hold door in flush, smooth plane when closed. Provide
flush cylinder locks at all rated access doors. Rated doors shall have a
mechanism to release the latch bolt from the inside.

(j) Sleeves and Grcmmets:

Provide steel access sleeves and plastic grommets as required for each
locking device.

(k) Hinge:


Continuous steel with stainless steel pin.






08305 ACCESS DOORS PAGE 3


08305-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

Installer must examine the areas and conditions under which access doors
are to be installed and notify the Contractor in writing of conditions
detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the work. Do not
proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected
in a manner acceptable to the Installer.

B. INSTALLATION:

(1) Comply with manufacturer's instructions for installation of access
doors. Coordinate installation with work of other trades.

(2) Building-in of anchors and grouting of frames is included in Divi-
sion 4 sections of these specifications.

(3) Set frames accurately in position and securely attach to supports
with face panels plumb or level in relation to adjacent finish surfaces.

(4) Adjust hardware and panels after installation for proper opera-
tion.

(5) Remove and replace panels or frames which are warped, bowed or
otherwise damaged.


END OF SECTION 08305





08710 FINISH HARDWARE PAGE 1


08710-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, materials and related services
necessary to furnish and deliver to the job site all items of finish hard-
ware required by the drawings and/or specified herein.

(2) The extent of finish hardware is shown on the drawings and in
schedules, except that items of hardware not specifically mentioned herein
and necessary for the completion of the work shown on the drawings shall be
provided; such items shall be of type and quality suitable for the required
service, comparable to and matching adjacent hardware.

(3) Finish hardware is hereby defined to include all items known com-
mercially as builder's hardware, as required for doors, except special
types of hardware specified in the same section as the doors and door
frames.

(4) Hardware shall be furnished for each door opening as scheduled
and/or shown on the drawings.

C. WORK BY OTHERS:

Work in conjunction with finish hardware and which will be done by other
sections or trades generally consists of the following:

Receiving, storing, and installation of finish hardware, included in
CARPENTRY section.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Hardware has been specified herein by manufacturers' name, brand
and catalog numbers for the purpose of establishing a basis for quality,
finish, design and operational function.

(2) To insure a uniform basis of acceptable materials, it is the
intention that only manufacturer's items specified as "Acceptable and
Approved" be furnished for use on this project. All items must meet ANSI
Grade 1 Standards.

(3) Items specified "NO SUBSTITUTION" shall be provided exactly as
listed in this specification.

(4) Finish hardware for this project is to be manufactured in the
United States of America. Foreign manufactured material is not acceptable.

(5) Deviation from or modification of items will be permitted only for
special instances caused by reason of construction characteristics and for
the purpose of providing proper operational function. The Contractor shall






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be responsible for checking any necessary deviations in order that hardware
shall fit and function property.

(6) Substitutions: Request for substitutions of items of h are
listed as "Acceptable and Approved" shall be made to the Architectno later
than ten (10) days prior to bid opening. Approval of substitutions will
only be in writing or by addenda. Requests for substitutions shall be
accompanied by samples and/or detailed information as to the manufacturer
of the product.

(7) Supplier: A recognized builders hardware supplier who has been
furnishing hardware in the project's vicinity for a period of not less than
five (5) years, and who is, or has in employment, an Architectural
Hardware Consultant (AHC) in good standing as certified by the Society of
< Architectural Hardware Consultants Council. This consultant shall have
S it experience in the preparation of architectural hardware specifications,
k estimating, detailing, ordering, servicing of architectural hardware in all
\ its branches and will be available at reasonable times during the course of
the work for project hardware consultation to the Owner, Architect and
Contractor.

(8) In order to provide the proper service as required by this pro-
ject, the hardware supplier shall be located within a 200 mile radius of
the job site.

(9) Fire-Rated Openings: Provide hardware for fire-rated openings in
compliance with NFPA Standard No. 80. Provide only hardware which has been
tested and listed by UL for the types and sizes of doors required, and
complies with the requirements of the door and door frame labels.

(10) Where emergency exit devices are required on fire-rated doors,
(with supplementary marking on door UL label indicating "Fire Door to be
Equipped with Fire Exit Hardware") provide UL label on exit device indi-
cating "Fire Exit Hardware."

E. SUBMITTALS:
(1) Manufacturer's Data, Builders Hardware: Submit two (2) copies of
manufacturer's product data for each item of hardware. Include whatever
information may be necessary to show compliance with requirements, and
include instructions for installation and for maintenance of operating
parts and exposed finishes. Wherever needed, furnish templates to fabrica-
tors of other work which is to receive finish hardware. Transmit copy of
applicable data to the Installer.

(2) Final Hardware Schedule: Organize the final hardware schedule
into "hardware sets," indicating complete designation of every item
required for each door or opening. Furnish initial draft of schedule at
the earliest possible date, in order to facilitate the fabrication of other
work (such as hollow metal frames) which may be crucial in the project
construction schedule. Furnish final draft of schedule after samples,
manufacturer's product data sheets, coordination with shop drawings for
other work, delivery schedules and similar information have been completed
and accepted.

Example of required format for hardware supplier's schedule is included in
the last article of this section.






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Include a separate key schedule, showing clearly how the Owner's final
instructions on keying of locks have been fulfilled.

(3) Samples: Prior to casting special knobs and escutcheons, submit
two (2) completed samples to Architect for approval. Also, submit one (1)
sample of typical new lockset design on sample mount for Architect's
review. Samples will be reviewed by the Architect for design, color and
texture only. Compliance with other requirements is the exclusive respon-
sibility of the Contractor.

F. PRODUCT HANDLING:

(1) Packaging of hardware, on a set by set basis, is the respon-
sibility of the supplier. As material is received by the hardware supplier
from the various manufacturers, sort and repackage in containers marked
with the hardware set number. Two or more identical sets may be packaged
in the same container.

(2) Inventory hardware jointly with representatives of the hardware
supplier and the hardware installer until each is satisfied that the count
is correct.

(3) Provide secure lock-up for hardware delivered to the project, but
not yet installed. Control the handling and installation of hardware items
which are not immediately replaceable, so that the completion of the work
will not be delayed by hardware losses, both before and after installation.

G. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Coordination: Coordinate hardware with other work. Tag each item
or package separately, with identification related to the final hardware
schedule, and include basic installation instructions in the package. Fur-
nish hardware items of proper design for use on doors and frames of the
thicknesses, profile, swing, security and similar requirements indicated,
as necessary for proper installation and function. Deliver individually
packaged hardware items at the proper times to the proper locations (shop
or project site) for installation.

(2) Templates: Furnish hardware templates to each fabricator of
doors, frames and other work to be factory-prepared for the installation of
hardware. Upon request, check the shop drawings of such other work, to
confirm that adequate provisions are made for the proper installation of
hardware.

08710-2 MATERIALS AND FABRICATION

A. GENERAL:

(1) Hand of Door: The drawings show the direction of slide, swing or
hand of each door leaf. Furnish each item of hardware for proper installa-
tion and operation of the door movement as shown.

(2) Base Metals: Produce hardware units of the basic metal and
forming method indicated, using the manufacturer's standard metal alloy,
composition, temper and hardness, but in no case of lesser (commercially






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recognized) quality than specified for the applicable hardware units by FS
FF-H-106, FS FF-G-111, FS FF-H-116 and FS FF-H-121. Do not furnish
"optional" materials or forming methods for those indicated, except as
otherwise specified.

(3) Fasteners: Manufacture hardware to conform to published templa-
tes, generally prepared for machine screw installation. Do not provide
hardware which has been prepared for self-tapping sheet metal screws,
except as specifically indicated.

(4) Furnish screws for installation, with each hardware item. Provide
Phillips flat-head screws except provide slotted flat-head screws at
restored hardware unless otherwise indicated. Finish exposed (exposed
under any condition) screws to match the hardware finish or, if exposed in
surfaces of other work, to match the finish of such other work as closely
as possible, including "prepared for paint" in surfaces to receive painted
finish.

(5) Provide concealed fasteners for hardware units which are exposed
when the door is closed, except to the extent no standard units of the type
specified are available with concealed fasteners. Do not use through bolts
for installation where the bolt head or the nut on the opposite face is
exposed in other work, except where it is not feasible to adequately rein-
force the work.

(6) Tools for Maintenance: Furnish a complete set of specialized
tools as needed for Owner's continued adjustment, maintenance and removal
and replacement of builders hardware.

B. HINGES, BUTTS AND PIVOTS:

(1) Templates and Screws: Except for hinges and pivots to be
installed entirely (both leaves) into wood doors and frames, provide only
template-produced units.

(2) Hinge Pins: Except as otherwise indicated, provide hinge pins as
follows:

(a) Steel Hinges: Steel pins.

(b) Non-ferrous Hinges: Stainless steel pins.

(c) Exterior Doors: Security Studs.

(d) Out-swing Corridor Doors: Non-removable pins.

(e) Interior Doors: Non-rising pins.

(f) Tips: Ball tips.

C. KEYING:

(1) All cylinders shall be set to a new key system.

(2) All cylinders shall be keyed at the factory by the cylinder manu-
facturer where records shall be established and maintained.







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(3) Except where otherwise specified, locksets, exit devices and
cylinders, to assure proper operation, shall be of the same manufacturer.

(4) Masterkey into a Russwin Masterring System or an approved equal.
Allow for 50% expansion. For the protection of the Owner all cylinders
shall be keyed at the factory where permanent records shall be established
and maintained. The keying system will be comprised of a combination of f
conventional pin tumbler, removable core and high security cylinders. To
facilitate key control, all cyliners (conventional, removable core and high
security) shall be operated by ONE key of the highest security level. High
security keys, as directed, will operate conventional cylinders, however, C
regular keys will not operate the high security cylinders. All high
security cylinders shall be highly pick resistant and furnished with keys
that are not readily duplicatable on conventional key cutting machines.
High security cylinders, except removable core type, shall have drill
resistant hardened steel armor rods, and shield and be U.L. listed (U.L.
#437).

(5) During construction, all cylinders shall be keyed alike. The
General Contractor shall receive 6 copies of this key. Under no cir-
cumstances will the General Contractor receive any of the permanent
building masterkeys or change keys. Upon completion of the building, it
shall be the responsibility of the hardware supplier to then install the
permanent key system. The permanent keys will be sent to the Architect or
Owner as directed. This keying security will be accomplished by either the
use of two sets of cylinders or construction masterkeyed cylinders. If
construction mastered cylinders are used, the construction masterkey will
operate on no less than six pins to help prevent picking or raking of the
cylinder. It will be accomplished without any object being placed, then
removed from the keyway. When the construction masterkey is voided, under
no circumstances will it be made operational again by the insertion of an
object into the keyway.

(6) All cylinders shall be manufactured of either brass or bronze
maintaining close tolerances to reduce excessive wear. All keys shall be
paracentric and manufactured of nickel-silver material. All ball end bot-
tom tumbler pins which come in contact with the key shall be nickel-silver.
All master and driver pins shall be brass. Driver springs shall be stain-
less steel. Cam screws to be secured with a nylon patch to help prevent
loosening.

(7) For the purpose of security, all cylinders shall be furnished in a
special keyway and key bows shall be plain, less manufacturer's trademark.

(8) All masterkeys shall be identified with a registry number, not
stamped with MASTER or letter M.

(9) Furnish the following:

6 high security masterkeys

6 control keys


6 construction masterkeys






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4 keys per lockset

10 presentation keys w/box

(10) All keying shall be thoroughly checked with the Architect and
Owner before the finish hardware schedules are submitted for approval.

(11) All masterkeys shall be delivered to the Owner and/or Owner's
representative via registered mail.

(12) The following manufacturers are acceptable and approved:

Russwin High Security Recore

Corbin High Security Recore

Sargent Keso Throughout

(13) Provide a key control system including envelopes, labels, tags,
with self-locking key clips, receipt forms, 3-way visible card index, tem-
porary markers, permanent markers. and standard metal cabinet, all as
recommended by the system manufacturer, with capacity for 150 percent of
the number of locks required for the project.
(14) Locksets: To be provided under ALLOWANCE.

D. PUSH/PULL UNITS:

(1) Exposed Fasteners: Provide manufacturer's standard exposed faste-
ners for installation; through-bolted for matched pairs, but not for single
units.

E. LOSERS AND DOOR CONTROL DEVICES:

(1) Size of Units: Except as otherwise specifically indicated, comply
with the manufacturer's recommendations for size of door control unit,
depending upon size of door, exposure to weather and anticipated frequency
of use.

(a) Where parallel arms are indicated for closer, provide closer
unit one size larger than recommended for use with standard arms.

(2) Combination Door Closers and Holders: Provide units designed to
hold door in open position under normal usage and to release and automati-
cally close door under fire conditions. Incorporate an integral electro-
magnetic holder mechanism designed for use with UL listed fire detectors,
provided with normally closed switching contacts.

(3) Provide grey resilient parts for exposed bumpers.

F. DOOR TRIM UNITS:

(1) Fasteners: Provide manufacturer's standard exposed fasteners for
door trim units (kick plates, edge trim and similar units); either machine
screws or self-tapping screw.

(2) Fabricate protection plates (armor, kick or mop) not more than







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1-1/2" on top side smaller than the door width x the height indicated.

(3) Metal Plates: Brass/Bronze, 16 gage, or stainless steel, 18 gage
as indicated.

G. STRIPPING AND SEALS:

(1) Continuity of Stripping: Except as otherwise indicated, it is
required that the stripping at each opening be continuous and without unne-
cessary interruptions at door corners and hardware.

(2) Replaceable Seal Strips: It is required that the resilient or
flexible seal strip of every unit be easily replaceable and readily
available from stocks maintained by the manufacturer.

(3) Weatherstripping: Provide types of weatherstripping indicated,
properly prepared for attachment to supporting units.

(7) Provide metal astragal bar, not less than 1/8" to 1-3/4" for
exposed flat-head screw mounting on one leaf, with cold-rolled steel, prime
paint finish.

H. THRESHOLDS: ,

(1) Metal: Extruded bronze smooth commercial finish.

(2) Surface Pattern: Grooved or plain tread, manufacturer's standard.

(3) Width: As indicated, but not less than 4" if not otherwise
indicated.

(4) Minimum Thicknesses: Produce units with the indicated minimum
thicknesses, exclusive of surface pattern grooves.

(a) Extrusions: 0.25" for direct tread surfaces, 0.1875" for
secondard tread surfaces, and 0.125" for unexposed flanges and legs.

(5) Construction: Single-piece or multiple-piece construction at
Contractor's option, complying with manufacturer's recommendations.

(6) Profile: Provide manufacturer's standard unit which conforms with
the minimum size and profile requirements as shown or otherwise indicated.

(a) For doors equipped with panic hardware including floor bolts,
provide profile with stop bar of proper size and shape to function as the
strike plate for the floor bolts.

I. FINISH OF HARDWARE:

(1) Finish of items shall be as follows: Oiled Bronze for
pricing.

(2) Due to the nature of the restoration, Oiled Bronze will be used as
a pricing standard. It will be the option of the Architect and the Owner
to change the finish to match existing surroundings at no cost to either.






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08710-3 EXEWJTION

A. INSTALLATION:

(1) Mount hardware units at heights indicated in "Recommended
Locations for Builders' Hardware" by the Door and Hardware Institute (DHI),
except mount at height and location of original hardware if differing from
this specification. Notify Architect if there is a conflict with governing
regulations, including handicapped requirements, where hardware is mounted
at original heights and locations. The Architect reserves the right to
direct alternate mounting heights for any hardware.

(2) Install each hardware item in compliance with the manufacturer's
instructions and recommendations. Wherever cutting and fitting is required
to install hardware onto or into surfaces which are later to be painted or
finished in another way. Coordinate removal, storage and reinstallation or
application of surface protections with finishing work specified in the
Division 9-Series sections. Do not install surface-mounted items until
finishes have been completed on the substrate.

(3) Set units level, plumb and true to line and location. Adjust and
reinforce the attachment substrate as necessary for proper installation and
operation.

(4) Drill and countersink units which are not factory-prepared for
anchorage fasteners. Space fasteners and anchors in accordance with
industry standards.

(5) Cut and fit threshold and floor covers to profile of door frames,
with mitered corners and hair-line joints join units with concealed welds
or concealed mechanical joints. Cut smooth openings for spindles, bolts
and similar items, if any.

(6) Screw thresholds to substrate with No. 10 or larger screws, of the
proper type for permanent anchorage and of bronze or stainless steel which
will not corrode in contact with the threshold metal.

(7) At exterior doors, and elsewhere as indicated, set thresholds in a
bed of either butyl rubber sealant or polyisobutylene mastic sealant to
completely fill concealed voids and exclude moisture from every source. Do
not plug drainage holes or block weeps. Remove excess sealant.

08710-4 WARRANTY

The finish hardware shall carry a limited warranty against defects in work-
manship and operation for a period of one year from date of acceptance. No
liability is to be assumed where damage or faulty operation is due to
abuse, improper installation or failure to exercise normal maintenance.

Mortise locks shall have a 5 year limited warranty.

Door closer shall have a 10 year limited warranty.

08710-5 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS

Requirements for design, grade, function, finish, size and other distinc-






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tive qualities of each type of finish hardware is indicated in the hardware
schedule at the end of this section. Items listed are taken from the
following manufacturers' catalogs and represent specification standards:

Hinges: Stanley, Hager, McKinney.

Locksets: Russwin, Corbin.

Exit Devices: Von Duprin

Floor Closers/Overhead Holders: Rixson

Surface Door Closers: Russwin, Corbin, Rixson or LCN W/ ten year warranty.

Plates, Lock Trim: Baldwin

Stops/Bumpers: Ives, Quality, Baldwin.

Thresholds/Weather & Soundstrip: Pemko, National Guard.

Key Cabinet: Telkee, Key Control.

08710-6 HARDWARE SCHEDULE

All Finish Hardware shall be provided under an ALLOWANCE. See Division 1.


END OF SECTION 08710






08800 GLASS AND GLAZING PAGE 1


08800-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, materials, equipment and related
items required to complete all glass and glazing indicated and/or specified
herein.

(2) Definitions: "Glass" includes prime glass and processed glass.
"Glazing" includes glass installation and materials used to install glass.
The extent of the work is shown on or is inferable from the drawings and
generally consists of, but is not limited to, the following:

(a) Remove existing glass and reglaze all existing windows to
remain. Reuse existing glass in good condition. Replace with new glass
all broken, missing, chipped, cracked, abraded, or otherwise damaged
existing glass.

(b) Install all glass and glazing in new work, including new win-
dows, skylight, doors, and mirrors as indicated.

(c) At Contractor's option, existing and/or new window units may
be factory preglazed by the window supplier. All factory preglazing shall
comply with the provisions of this section.

C. STANDARDS:

Comply with applicable glazing requirements of Standard Building Code,
Florida Safety Glazing Laws and ANSI Standard 2-97.1, latest edition.

(1) Prime Glass Standard: FS DD-G-451

(2) Safety Glass Standard: CPSC 16 CFR 1201.

(3) Heat-Treated Glass Standard: FS DD -G-1403

D. QUALITY ADSSURANCE:

(1) Manufacturers: Provide each type of glass and primary
sealant/gasket from a single manufacturer with not less than 5 years of
successful experience in the production of materials similar to those
required.

(2) Installer (Glazier): Firm with not less than 5 years of successful
experience in glazing work similar to required work.

E. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data, Glass and Glazing: Submit 3 copies of
manufacturer's product specifications, including documentation of






08800 GLASS AND GLAZING PAGE 2


compliance with requirements, and instructions for handling, storing,
installing, cleaning protecting each type of glass and glazing material.

(2) Samples, Glass and Glazing Materials: Submit 2 samples of each
type of glass and glazing material required. Submit 12" square glass
samples, and 12" lengths of installed (mocked-up) glazing materials.

F. PRODUCT HANDLING:

Comply with manufacturer's instructions for shipping, handling, storing and
protecting glass and glazing materials. Exercise exceptional care to pre-
vent edge damage to glass, and damage deterioration to coatings (if any) on
glass.


G. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Inspection: Glazier must examine framing and substrate work to
receive glass and glazing materials, and conditions under which glass is to
be installed, and notify Contractor in writing of conditions detrimental to
proper completion of the work. Do not proceed with glazing until unsatis-
factory conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable to Glazier.

(2) Weather: Do not proceed with glazing under adverse weather con- ,
editions. Install liquid sealants when temperatures are within lower or/ I
middle third of temperature range recommended by manufacturer.

08800-2 PRODUCTS j 0'J

A. PRIME (NONPROCESSED) GLASS:

(1) Float/Plate Glass: Type I, Quality q3, obscured where indicated on
the drawings.

(2) Polished Wired Glass: Type III, Kind A, Form 1, Quality qll, clear
and polished both faces.

(a) Mesh: Type ml, diamond

(b) Fire Rating: Provide glass listed and labeled by UL for fire
resistance.

B. PROCESSED GLASS:

(1) Tempered Glass: Provide prime glass of color and type indicated,
which has been heat-treated to strengthen glass in bending to not less than
4.5 times annealed strength.

(a) Tong Marks: Provide tempered glass produced by manufacturer's
special process which eliminates tong marks.

C. GLAZING COMPOUNDS

(1) General: Provide color of exposed sealant/compound indicated or if
not otherwise indicated, as selected by Architect from manufacturer's stan-
dard colors. Comply with manufacturer's recommendations for selection of






08800 GLASS AND GLAZING PAGE 3


hardness, depending upon the location of each application, conditions at
time of installation, and performance requirements as indicated. Select
materials, and variations or modifications, carefully for compatibility
with surfaces contacted in the installation.

(2) Glazing Compound (Exterior): At exterior glazing, provide 2-part
elastomeric polysulfide sealant complying with FS TT-S-227, Class A, Type
2; specially compounded and tested to show a minimum of 20 years resistance
to deterioration in normal glazing applications.

(3) Glazing Compound (Interior): Compound of polymerized butyl rubber
and inert fillers, with or without polyisobutylene modifications, solvent-
based, 95% solids, formed and coiled on release paper; tack free in 24
hours, paintable, non-staining; plain, preshimmed or reinforced as required
for proper installation and setting of glass.

D. MISCELLANEOUS GLAZING MATERIALS:

(1) Cleaners, Primers and Sealers: Type recommended by sealant or manu-
facturer.

(2) Setting Blocks: Neoprene or EPDM, 70-90 durometer hardness, with
proven compatibility with sealants used.

(3) Glazing Points: Standard metal glazing points.

(4) Spacers: Neoprene or EPDM 40-50 durometer hardness with proven
compatibility with sealants used.

(5) Mirror Clips: Chrome finished, semi-concealed type.

08800-3 EXECUTION

A. STANDARDS AND PERFORMANCE:

(1) Watertight and airtight installation of each piece of glass is
required. Each installation must withstand normal temperature changes,
wind loading, impact loading (for operating sash and doors), without
failure including loss or breakage of glass, failure of sealants to remain
watertight and airtight, deterioration of glazing materials and other
defects in the work.

(2) Protect glass from edge damage during handling and installation,
and subsequent operation of glazed components of the work.

(3) Comply with combined recommendations of glass manufacturer and-
manufacture of glazing compound and other materials used in glazing, except
where more stringent requirements are shown or specified, and except where
manufacturer's technical representatives direct otherwise.

(4) Comply with "Glazing Manual" and other applicable publications by
Flat Glass Marketing Association except as shown and specified otherwise,
and except as specifically recommended otherwise by manufacturers of glass
and glazing materials.

(5) Inspect each piece of glass immediately before installation, and






08800 GLASS AND GLAZING PAGE 4


discard pieces which have significant edge damage or face imperfections.

(6) Unify appearance of each series of lights by setting each piece to
match others as nearly as possible. Inspect each piece and set with pat-
tern, draw and bow oriented in the same direction as other piece.

(7) Factory preglazed units shall be fitted with glass as specified
herein with manufacturer's standard glazing sealants and components for
intended exposure.

B. SCHELULE: ,-- a/ o L

(1) Glaze openings as follows: / --

(a) Provide clear tempered vision glass at exterior do6rs and
interior partitions where indicated and/or required to conform with code or
safety glazing requirements.

(b) Provide clear wire glass at interior fire-rated doors where
indicated and/or required to conform with code.

(e) Provide 1/4" mirror glass above counter in dressing rooms as
indicated.

(f) Provide insulated glass lites in skylight with exterior lite
of 1/4" solar cool reflective tempered glass and interior lite of 9/16"
clear laminated glass with .045" translucent white PVB vinyl interlayer.

C. PREPARATION FOR GLAZING:

(1) Clean glazing channel and other framing members to receive glass,
immediately before glazing. Remove coatings which are not firmly bonded to
substrate. Remove all old glazing compound from existing windows to be
reused.

(2) Apply primer to joint surfaces as recommended by sealant
manufacturer.

D. GLAZING:

(1) Install setting blocks of proper size in still rabbet, located
1/4th of glass width from each corner. Set blocks in thin course of heel-
bead compound, if any.

(2) Provide spacers inside and out, of proper size and spacing, for
glass sizes larger than 50 united inches, except where gaskets or
preshimmed tapes are used for glazing. Provide 1/8" minimum bite of spa-
cers on glass and use thickness equal to sealant width, except with sealant
tape use thickness slightly less than final compressed thickness of tape.

(3) Set units of glass in each series with uniformity of pattern, draw,
bow and similar characteristics.

(4) Voids and Filler Rods: Prevent exudation of sealant or compound by
forming voids or installing filler rods in channel at heel of jambs and head
(do not leave voids in sill channels), except as otherwise indicated and














08800 GLASS AND GLAZING PAGE 5


depending on light size, thickness and type of glass, and complying with
manufacturer's recommendations.

(5) Force sealants into channel to eliminate voids and to ensure
complete "wetting" or bond of sealant to glass and channel surfaces.

(6) Tool exposed surfaces of glazing liquids and compounds to provide
a substantial "wash" away from glass. Install pressurized tapes and
gaskets to protrude slightly out of channel, so as to eliminate dirt and
moisture pockets.

(7) Clean and trim excess glazing materials from glass and stops or
frames promptly after installation, and eliminate stains and discolor-
ations.

E. MIRRORS:

(1) Install in dressing rooms as indicated. Install one-piece mirror
units on semi-concealed clips at top and bottom of mirror units.

F. CURE, PROTECTION AND CLEANING:

(1) Protect exterior glass from breakage immediately upon installa-
tion, by use of crossed streamers attached to framing and held away from
glass. Do not apply markets to surfaces of glass. Remove non-permanent
labels and clean surfaces. Cure sealants for high early strength and
durability.

(2) Remove and replace glass which is broken, chipped, cracked,
abraded or damaged in other ways during construction period, including
natural causes, accidents and vandalism.

(3) Wash and polish glass on both faces not more than 4 days prior to
date scheduled for inspections intended to establish date of substantial
completion in each area of project. Comply with glass product
manufacturer's recommendations for final cleaning.


END OF SECTION 08800






09210 ORNAMENTAL PLASTER PAGE 1


09210-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, materials, equipment and related
services necessary to complete all ornamental plastering indicated and/or
specified.

(2) The extent of ornamental plaster work is shown on the drawings and
specified herein.

(3) The types of ornamental plastering required include, but is not
necessarily limited to the following:

(a) Repair of existing in-place ornamental plaster units
including, but not limited to the following:

Pilasters, pilaster capitals, bases, and related mouldings
Cornice moldings
Cartouches and molded panels
Decorative modillions, brackets and consoles

(b) Providing new ornamental plaster units including, but not
limited to the following:

New units replacing existing units, if required
New moldings associated with the theater proscenium arch

(c) Installation of the new ornamental plaster units is included
as work of this section.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) ANSI Standard: Comply with applicable requirements of ANSI A42.1
"Specifications for Gypsum Plastering," except where more detailed or more
stringent requirements are indicated.

(2) Definitions: Where not otherwise specifically defined, the gypsum
plastering terminology of this section is defined in ASTM C 11.

(3) Manufacturer: Provide gypsum plastering products produced by one
of the following firms:

Gold Bond Building Products Div.
U. S. Gypsum Co.

(4) Plasterers: The following are approved for job site plaster work:

Ahoe, Charlie Tallahassee
Damiata, Carl Jacksonville






09210 ORNAMENTAL PLASTER PAGE 2


Fickling Brothers Plastering & Drywall Co., Jacksonville
Florida Art Stucco, Orlando
Harvey J. Barnwell, Inc., Jacksonville
Kroenke, W. O., Tallahassee
Miles Plastering, Albany, Georgia
Pacetti, Godfrey, St. Augustine
Smith Brothers Plastering Co., Inc., Jacksonville
Southern Ornamental Cast Stone, Jacksonville
W. D. Brinson Company, Jacksonville

(5) Castings: The following are approved plaster casting manufacturers:

The Decorators Supply Corp., Chicago, Ill.
Felber Studios, Armore, Pa.
Southern Ornamental Cast Stone, Jacksonville
White Historical Reproductions, Jacksonville

(6) Allowable Tolerances: For flat surfaces, do not exceed 1/4" in
8'-0" for bow or warp of surface, and for plumb or level.

D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data, Gypsum Plaster: For information only, submit
three (3) copies of manufacturer's product specifications and installation
instructions for each product, including data showing compliance with the
requirements. Distribute an additional copy of each installation instruc-
tion to the Installer.

(2) Standards, Gypsum Plastering: For information only, submit two (2)
current copies of ANSI A42.1, and distribute an additional copy to the
Installer (current means in effect as of the date of these contract
documents).

(3) Manufacturer's Data, Plaster Castings: For information only, sub-
mit three (3) copies of casting manufacturer's specifications and other
data for each type of casting required. Include instructions for handling,
to the Installer.

(4) Manufacturer's Shop Drawings, Plaster Castings: Submit seven (7)
copies of shop drawings for plaster castings not fully illustrated in manu-
facturer's literature. Include elevations, sections, anchorage and joining
details.

(5) Samples, Plaster Castings: Submit one (1) sample of each casting
for use on the project for Architect's review. Architect's review shall be
for finish and configuration only. Compliance with other requirements is
the exclusive responsibility of the Contractor. Samples not damaged during
shipment and review shall be turned over to the Contractor for incorporation
in the work. Location of sample units incorporated in the work shall be re-
corded and transmitted to the Architect.

E. PRODUCT HANDLING:

(1) Delivery and Storage of Materials: Except for sand and water,
deliver materials to the site in sealed containers or bags fully identified
with manufacturer's name, brand, type and grade. Store materials in a dry,






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well-ventilated space, under cover and off the ground.

(2) Delivery and Storage of Plaster Castings: Handle, store and pro-
tect plaster castings in full compliance with manufacturer's written
instructions.

F. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Plasterer must examine plaster surfaces to be repaired, including
grounds and other accessories which act as grounds or screeds, and shall
notify the Contractor in writing of conditions detrimental to the proper
and timely completion of the work. Do not proceed with the plaster work
until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable
to the Installer.

(2) Temporary Heat and Ventilation: Provide temporary heat as
required to maintain uniform temperature of not less than 55' F. in the
spaces where plastering will occur for a period of not less than one week
prior to application of plaster, while plaster is being installed, and
thereafter. Distribute heat uniformly in areas to be plastered and provide
deflection or protective screens as required to prevent concentration of
heat on plaster areas near the heat source.

Provide natural or mechanical means of ventilation to properly dry plaster
during and after application. If glass is not in place and areas to be
plastered are subjected to hot dry winds or will be subjected to tem-
perature differentials of 20 degrees F. or more, cover openings with
cheesecloth or polyethylene film arranged to allow proper ventilation
without excessive drying or temperature variations.

(3) Protect contiguous work from moisture deterioration and soiling
which might result from plastering operations. Provide temporary covering
and whatever other provisions may be necessary to minimize harmful spat-
tering of plaster on other work.

09210-2 PRODUCTS

A. PLASTERING MATERIALS:

(1) General: Except as otherwise indicated, provide standard products
recommended by the manufacturer for the application indicated, complying
with ANSI A42.1, and provide either neat or ready-mixed (where available)
at Installer's option. Where more than one choice of plastering material
is indicated, selection is Installer's option.

(2) Molding Plaster: Gypsum molding plaster.

B. BONDING MATERIALS:

Provide as required as recommended by plaster manufacturer or plaster
casting manufacturer.

C. METAL LATHING MATERIALS:

(1) General: Where not otherwise indicated, comply with ML/SFA "Specs.
for Metal Lathing and Furring" and "Technical Bulletin 101" for selection






09210 ORNAMENTAL PLASTER PAGE 4


of metal lath for each application indicated.

Product Standards: Comply with FS QQ-L-101.

Backing: Where lath is indicated to have backing, and where
backing is required for machine application of plaster, provide lath with
factory-applied backing of moisture-resistant paper or polyethylene film.

(2) Interior Diamond Mesh Lath: 3.4 lbs. per sq. yd., std. mesh,
'galv. steel. Provide self-furring type if required for application.

D. PLASTERING ACCESSORIES:

(1) General: Provide the types indicated or, if not otherwise indi-
cated, provide the types recommended by the plaster manufacturer for the
applications indicated. Include fasteners, corner beads, casing beads,
cornerite, stripite, base screeds, and expansion/control joints as required
to produce a complete installation of plaster complying with industry
standards.

(2) Coordinate depth of accessories with depth of plaster required.
Except as otherwise indicated provide standard gage galvanized steel
accessories.

E. PLASTER MIXES:

(1) General: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with ANSI A42.1
for proportioning of materials and manner of mixing the plaster for each
required application (options therein are Plasterer's option unless other-
wise indicated); comply with the plaster manufacturer's instructions which
are more stringent than ANSI A42.1.

F. PLASTER CASTINGS:

Manufacturer's standard integrally reinforced plaster construction.

09210-3 EXECUTION

A. OPTION:

>i \ Ornamental plaster moldings and column bases may be shop castings or may be
\run in place at Contractor's option.

B. PREPARATIONS FOR PLASTERING:

(1) Clean plaster bases, and substrates for direct application of
ornamental plaster repair mix, removing loose material and substances which
might impair the work.

(2) Install temporary grounds and screeds as necessary to ensure
accurate repair of existing units to true surfaces.

(3) Plastering Accessories: Install plastering accessories where
indicated. Anchor to substrates, miter corners and spline joints of
exposed accessories to form tight joints without offsets. Shim and level
units true to line, with a tolerance of 1/8" in 10'-0".






09210 ORNAMENTAL PLASTER PAGE 5


C. INSTALLATION OF PLASTERING MATERIALS:

(1) General:

(a) Standards: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with ANSI
A42.1 for plastering (options therein are Plasterer's options unless other-
wise indicated; comply with plaster manufacturer's instructions which are
more stringent than ANSI A42.1.

(b) Do not use materials which are frozen, caked or lumpy or
which are dirty or contaminated by foreign materials. Use only clean
water, free from impurities which might impair the plaster work; do not use
water which has been used to clean tools.

(c) Do not use excessive water in the mixing and application of
plaster materials.

(d) Sequence plastering applications with other work in accor-
dance with recognized industry practices.

(e) Plaster flush with built-in metal items or accessories which
act as a plaster ground, unless otherwise shown.

(f) Corners: Make interior corners and angles square; finish
external corners flush with corner beads.

(g) Use mechanical mixing equipment, except small applications
requiring less than one bag of plastering material may be hand mixed.
Machine or hand application of plaster is Installer's option.

(2) Plaster Applications:

(a) Plaster Thicknesses: Apply plaster in the thicknesses as
required to repair existing units; comply with ANSI A42.1.

D. CUTTING AND PATCHING:

Cut, patch, repair and point-up plaster as required and as necessary to
accommodate other work. Repair cracks and indented surfaces. Point-up
finish plaster surfaces around items which are built into or penetrate
plaster surfaces. Sand plaster surfaces lightly where necessary to remove
trowel marks and arrises. Repair or replace the work to eliminate
blisters, buckles, cat-faces, check cracking, excessive craze cracking, dry
outs, efflorescence, egg shelling, fisheyes, excessive pinholes, sweat outs
and similar imperfections. Repair or replace the work as necessary to
comply with specified tolerances.

E. CLEANING AND PROTECTION:

Remove temporary covering and whatever other provisions were made to mini-
mize spattering of plaster on other work. Promptly remove plaster from
door frames, windows and other surfaces which are not to be plastered.
Repair surfaces which have been stained, marred or otherwise damaged during
the plastering work. When plastering work is completed, remove unused
materials, containers, and equipment and plaster debris.































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Plasterer shall advise Contractor of requirements for protection of plaster
from deterioration and damage during remainder of construction period.


END OF SECTION 09210







09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 1


09250-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) The extent of the gypsum drywall system work is shown on the
drawings and in schedules, and is hereby defined to include interior gypsum
drywall work. Provide all labor, material, equipment, and related services
required to complete the gypsum drywall work as indicated and/or specified
herein.

(2) The gypsum drywall work is hereby defined to include gypsum board
work with a tape-and-compound joint treatment system known as "drywall
finishing" work.

(3) The types of work required may include the following:

(a) Gypsum drywall including screw-type metal support system.

(b) Gypsum drywall applied to wood framing and furring.

(c) Drywall finishing (joint tape-and-compound treatment).

(4) Refer to Carpentry section for wood framing and furring.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Industry Standard: Comply with applicable requirements of GA-216
"Application and Finishing of Gypsum Board" by the Gypsum Association,
except where more detailed or more stringent requirements are indicated
including the recommendations of the manufacturer.

(2) Fire-Resistance Rating: Where gypsum drywall systems with fire-
resistance ratings are required to comply with governing regulations, pro-
vide materials and installations identical with applicable assemblies which
have been tested and listed by recognized authorities, including UL.

(3) Allowable Tolerances: 1/8" offsets between planes of board faces,
and 1/4" in 8'-0" for plumb, level, warp and bow.

(4) Manufacturer: Obtain gypsum boards, trim accessories, adhesives and
joint treatment products from a single manufacturer, or from manufacturers
recommended by the prime manufacturer of gypsum boards.

Approved Manufacturers:

The Flintkote Co.
Georgia-Pacific Corp.
Gold Bond Building Products Div.
United States Gypsum Co.






09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 2


D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data, Gypsum Drywall: For information only, submit
3 copies of manufacturer's product specifications and installation instruc-
tions for each gypsum drywall component, including other data as may be
required to show compliance with these specifications. Distribute an addi-
tional copy of each installation instruction to the Installer.

(2) Standards, Gypsum Drywall: For information only, submit two
current copies of GA-216 (by Gypsum Association), and distribute an addi-
tional copy to the Installer (current means in effect as of the date of
these contract documents).

E. PRODUCT HANDLING:

Deliver gypsum drywall materials in sealed containers and bundles, fully
identified with manufacturer's name, brand, type and grade; store in a dry,
well-ventilated space, protected from the weather, under cover and off the
ground.

F. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Installer must examine the substrates and the spaces to receive
gypsum drywall, and the conditions under which gypsum drywall is to be
installed; and shall notify the Contractor, in writing, of conditions
detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the work. Do not
proceed with the installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected in a manner acceptable to the Installer.

(2) Maintain ambient temperatures at not less than 55 degrees F., for
the period of 24 hours before drywall finishing, during installation and
until compounds are dry.

09250-2 PRODUCTS

A. METAL SUPPORT MATERIALS:

(1) General: To the extent not otherwise indicated, comply with ASTM C
754, "Installation of Steel Framing Members to Receive Gypsum Wallboard,
Backing Board, or Water-Resistant Backing Board" (as specified and
recommended) for metal system supporting gypsum drywall work.

(2) Ceiling Suspension Main Runners: 1-1/2" steel channels, 0.5 lb.
per ft., cold-rolled.

(a) Hanger Wire: ASTM A 641, soft, Class 1 galvanized, pre-
stretched, sized in accordance with GA-151.

(b) Hanger Anchorage Devices: Size for 3 x calculated loads,
except size direct-pull concrete inserts for 5 x calculated loads.

(3) Studs: Lightgage zinc-coated steel screw-type studs of the depth
indicated. Provide 1-5/8", 2-1/2" or 3-5/8" as indicated or sizes as
required; all studs shall be 25 gage and shall comply with ASTM C 645.

(a) Runners: Match studs; type recommended by stud manufacturer







09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 3


for floor and ceiling support of studs, and for vertical abutment of veneer
plaster work at other work.

(b) Stud System Accessories: Provide stud manufacturer's stan-
dard clips, shoes, ties, reinforcements, fasteners and other accessories as
needed for a complete stud system.
(4) Furring Members: ASTM C 645; 25 gage, hat-shaped.

(5) Fasteners: Type and size recommended by furring manufacturer for
the substrate and application indicated.

B. GYPSUM BOARD PRODUCTS:

(1) General: Comply with AS'M C 36 for exposed gypsum board, hereby
defined to include work indicated for painted finish and similar forms of
decoration as well as unfinished work.

(2) Exposed Gypsum Board: (Also known as gypsum wallboard). Regular
type with tapered long edges.

(a) Edge Profile: Standard taper.

(b) Sheet Size: Maximum length available which will minimize end
joints.

(c) Thickness: 1/2", except where otherwise indicated.

(d) Fire-Rated, Type X: Provide where indicated.

(e) Water Resistant: Provide where indicated.

C. TRIM ACCESSORIES:

General: Manufacturer's standard galvanized steel beaded units with flanges
for concealment in joint compound, including corner beads, edge trim and
control joints.

D. JOINT TREATMENT MATERIALS:

(1) General: ASTM C 475, type recommended by the manufacturer for the
application indicated, except as otherwise indicated.

(2) Joint Tape: Perforated type.

(3) Joint Compound: Provide chemical-hardening-type for bedding and
filling, ready-mixed vinyl-type or non-casein-type for topping.

(4) Water-Resistant Joint Compound: Special water-resistant type for
treatment of joints, fastener heads and cut edges of water-resistant gypsum
board.

E. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS:

(1) General: Provide auxiliary materials for gypsum drywall work of
the type and grade recommended by the manufacturer of the gypsum board.






09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 4


(2) Gypsum Board Fasteners: Comply with GA-216.

(3) Concealed Acoustical Sealant: Mastic type, non-shrinking, non-
drying, non-migrating and non-staining.

(4) Exposed Acoustical Sealant: Latex, acrylic, or acrylic-latex type,
permanently elastic and paintable.

(5) Sound Attenuation Blankets: FS HH-I-521, Type I; semi-rigid
mineral fiber blanket without membrane, Class 25 flame-spread, 3-1/2"
thickness.

09250-3 EXECUTION

A. INSTALLATION OF SUPPORT SYSTEMS:

(1) General: Comply with ANSI A42.4 as applicable to the type of
substrate and drywall support system indicated; and comply with the Gypsum
Association GA-203 for installation of furring members.

(2) Refer to Section 06100, Rough Carpentry, for description of instal-
lation of wood framing members.

(3) Furnish concrete inserts, steel deck hanger clips, and similar
devices to other trades for installation well in advance of time needed for
coordination with other work.

(4) Space ceiling suspension main runners 4'0" o.c., and space hangers
as indicated or, if not otherwise indicated, at 4'0" o.c. along runners;
coordinate with structure.

(5) Space ceiling furring members 16" o.c., except as otherwise
indicated.

(6) Wire-tie or clip furring members to main ceiling runners and to
other structural supports as indicated.

(7) Isolate stud system from transfer to structural loading to system,
both horizontally and vertically. Provide slip or cushioned type joints to
attain lateral support and avoid axial loading.

(8) Install runner tracks at floors, ceiling and structural walls and
columns where veneer plaster stud systems abut other work.

(9) Extend partition stud system through suspended ceilings and
elsewhere as indicated to the structural support or substrate above the
ceiling.

(10) Space studs 16" o.c., except as otherwise indicated.

(11) Door Frames: Install additional jamb studs at door frames as
indicated, but not less than 2 studs at each jamb. Space jack studs over
door frames at same spacing as partition studs.

(12) Space wall furring members 16" o.c., except as otherwise indi-
cated. Nail or screw furring members to structual support.






09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 5


(13) Install supplementary framing, runners, furring, blocking and
bracing at openings and terminations in the work, and at locations required
to support fixtures, equipment, services, heavy trim, furnishings and simi-
lar work which cannot be adequately supported directly on gypsum board
along.

B. INSTALLATION OF GYPSUM BOARD:

(1) Pre-Installation Conference: Prior to the start of installation of
gypsum board, meet at the project site with the installers of related work
including work requiring openings, chases, frames, access panels, support
and similar integrated requirements (including mechanical and electrical
work). Review areas of potential interference and conflicts, and coor-
dinate layout and sequencing requirements for proper integration of the
work.

Do not proceed with gypsum board installation until blocking, framing,
bracing, and other supports for subsequently applied work have been
installed.

(2) General Installation Requirements:

(a) Standards: Comply with "Recommended Specifications for the
Application and Finishing of Gypsum Board," GA-216, by the Gypsum
Association, except where more detailed or more stringent requirements are
indicated herein or by the manufacturer's instructions and recommendations.
Comply with requirements for indicated fire-resistance ratings.

(b) Locate exposed end-butt joints as far from center of walls and
ceilings as possible, and stagger not less than 1'-0" in alternate courses
of board.

(c) Install exposed gypsum board with face side out. Do not
install imperfect, damaged or damp boards. Butt boards together for a
light contact at edges and ends with not more than 1/16" open space between
boards. Do not force into place.

(d) Locate either edge or end joints over supports, except in
horizontal applications or where intermediate supports or gypsum board
jack-blocking is provided behind end joints. Position boards so that both
tapered edge joints abut, and mill-cut edges or ends abut. Stagger vertical
joints over different studs on opposite sides of partitions.

(e) Attach gypsum board to framing and blocking as required for
additional support at openings and cutouts.

(f) Cutting: After scoring face paper and breaking core, cut back
paper; do not tear or snap.

(g) Form control joints in drywall construction where required
(CtrJt). Allow continuous opening between edges of adjacent boards to
allow for insertion of control joint trim accessory.

(h) Do not locate joints within 8" of corners or openings except
where openings occur adjacent to corners in the partition/wall layout.






09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 6


Where necessary, place a single vertical joint over the center of wide
openings.

(i) Install gypsum board on both faces of wood stud partition
framing above ceilings and in similar concealed spaces, except in chase
walls which are properly braced internally.

(3) Methods of Gypsum Drywall Installation:

(a) General: In addition to compliance with the standards, comply
with the specific requirements for each type or arrangement of gypsum dry-
wall system specified. Otherwise, options permitted by the standards, inclu-
ding manufacturer's recommendations, are Installer's option.

(b) Single-Layer Ceilings: Apply exposed gypsum board on ceilings
before applications on walls and partitions to the greatest extent possible
Apply in direction which will minimize end joints. Fasten with screws or
with nails where permitted.

For parallel applications, locate edge joints over supports; for right-angle
applications, stagger end joints over supports.

(c) Single-Layer Walls and Partitions: Install exposed gypsum
board in the manner indicated.

Apply sheets vertically and provide sheet lengths which will minimize end
joints.

For parallel applications, locate edge joints over supports; for right-
angle applications, stagger end joints over supports.

Fasten with screws, or with nails where permitted.

(d) Double-Layer Acoustical Partitions: Install two layers of
5/8" fire-rated gypsum board on both sides of 2 X 4" wood studs spaced 16"
o. c.

Install sound attenuation blankets as indicated, prior to gypsum board.

Fasten with screws, with base layers vertical, face layers horizontal, and
all vertical joints staggered.

Use concealed and exposed acoustical sealants in accordance with
manufacturers specifications. Seal the work at perimeters, control and
expansion joints, openings and penetrations with a continuous bead of
acoustical sealant including a bead at both faces of partitions. Comply
with ASTM C 919 and manufacturer's recommendations for location of beads,
and close off sound-flanking paths around or through the work.

C. INSTALLATION OF DRYWALL TRIM ACCESSORIES:

(1) General: Coordinate and integrate where possible, the installation
of trim accessories with the installation of gypsum board. Where feasible,
use the same fasteners to anchor trim accessory flanges as required to
fasten gypsum board to the supports. Otherwise, fasten flanges by nailing
or stapling in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and reconmenda-














09250 GYPSUM DRYWALL PAGE 7


tions.

(2) Install metal corner beads at external corners of drywall work.

(3) Install metal edge trim wherever edge of gypsum board would other-
wise be exposed or semi-exposed.

(4) Install L-type trim beads (for joint compound) where edge is
required to be tightly fitted to abutting work (without reveal or sealant
pocket).

(5) Install U-type trim beads (for joint compound) where edge is not
tightly fitted to abutting work (exposed, revealed, sealant pocket,
gasketed, or other separation).

(6) Miter corners of exposed molding and trim (semi-finishing) units.
Align joints and support to eliminate off-sets.

D. INSTALLATION OF DRYWALL FINISHING:

(1) General: Apply treatment at gypsum board joints (both directions),
flanges of trim accessories, penetrations, fasteners, heads, surface
defects and elsewhere as required to prepare work for decoration. Prefill
open joints and rounded or beveled edges, using type of compound recom-
mended by manufacturer.

(a) Apply joint tape at joints between gypsum boards, except where
a trim accessory is indicated.

(b) Apply joint compound in 3 coats (not including prefill of ope-
nings in base), and sand between last two coats and after last coat.

E. PROTECTION OF WORK:

Installer shall advise Contractor of required procedures for protection of
the gypsum drywall work from damage and deterioration during the remainder
of the construction period.


END OF SECTION 09250






09650 RESILIENT FLOORING PM'GE 3


09650-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

The extent of resilient flooring and accessories is shown on the drawings
and in schedules.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Manufacturer: Provide each type of resilient flooring and
accessories as produced by a single manufacturer, including recommended
primers, adhesives, sealants, and leveling compounds.

Wherever possible, provide required resilient flooring and
accessories produced by a single manufacturer.

D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data: Submit 5 copies of manufacturer's technical
data and installation instructions for each type of resilient flooring and
accessory. Transmit a copy of each installation instruction to Installer.

(2) Samples: Submit 3 sets of samples of each type, color and finish
of resilient flooring and accessory required. Provide standard sample of
flooring and 2" long sample of accessories. Include full range of flooring
color and pattern variation. Sample submittals will be reviewed for color,
texture and pattern only. Compliance with all other requirements is the
exclusive responsibility of the Contractor.

For initial selection of colors and patterns, submit, prior to
above, samples in form of actual sections of resilient flooring, including
accessories, showing full range of colors and patterns available, for each
type of resilient flooring required.

(3) Manufacturer's Certification: Furnish Resilient Tile Flooring
manufacturer's certification that materials comply with flame spread and
smoke density ratings specified.

(4) Maintenance Instructions: Submit 3 copies of manufacturer's writ-
ten instructions for recommended maintenance practices for each type of
resilient flooring and accessories.

(5) Replacement Material: After completion of work, deliver replace-
ment materials to the project site, as follows:

Resilient tile, not less than five (5) pieces for each type, width
and color installed.

Furnish replacement materials from the same manufactured lot as the
materials installed.







09650 RESILIENT FLOORING PAGE 2


E. JOB CONDITIONS:

Continuously heat areas to receive flooring to 70 deg. F. for at least 48
hours prior to installation, when project conditions are such that heating
is required. Maintain 70 deg. F. temperature continuously during and after
installation as recommended by flooring manufacturer, but for not less than
48 hours.

09650-2 PRODUCTS

A. COLORS AND PATTERNS:

Provide colors and patterns as shown or scheduled, or as selected by
Architect from any of manufacturer's current standards.

B. RESILIENT TILE FLOORING:

Vinyl composition tile, SS-T-312B(1), Type IV, Comp. 1, 12" x 12", 1/8"
gauge, meeting fire test ASTM E 648 with critical radiant flux of 0.45
watts/sq. cm. or more, flame spread 75 or less to ASTM E84, and NBS Smoke
450 or less to ASTM E 662.

Vinyl composition tile shall be Armstrong Standard Excelon Series, Imperial
Texture, or approved equal.

C. ACCESSORIES:

(1) Resilient Edge and Feature Strips: 1/8" thick, homogenous vinyl
of rubber composition, tapered or bullnose edge, color to match flooring,
or as selected by Architect from standard colors available; not less than
1" wide.

(2) Adhesives (Cements): As recommended by flooring manufacturer to
suit material and substrate conditions.

09650-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

Installer must examine the areas and conditions under which resilient
flooring and accessories are to be installed and notify the Contractor in
writing of conditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion of
the work. Do not proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions
have been corrected in a manner acceptable to the Installer.

B. PREPARATION:

Prior to laying flooring, broom clean or vacuum surfaces to be covered and
inspect subfloor. Start of flooring installation indicates acceptance of
subfloor conditions and full responsibility for completed work.

(1) Use leveling compound as recommended by flooring manufacturer for
filling small cracks and depressions in subfloors. DO NOT USE unless
approved by Architect.









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C. INSTALLATION:

(1) General: Install flooring after finishing operations, including
painting, have been completed and permanent heating system is operating.
Building air temperature and relative humidity must be within limits recom-
mended by flooring manufacturer.

Place flooring with adhesive cement in strict compliance with
manufacturer's recommendations. Butt tightly to vertical surfaces,
thresholds, nosings and edgings. Scribe around obstructions to produce
neat joints, laid tight, even, and straight. Extend flooring into toe
spaces, door reveals, and into closets and similar openings.

Maintain reference markers, holes, or openings that are in
place or plainly marked for future cutting by repeating on finish flooring
as marked on subfloor. Use chalk or other non-permanent marking device.

Install flooring on covers for telephone and electrical ducts, and
other such items as occur within finished floor areas.

Maintain overall continuity of color and pattern with pieces of
flooring installed in these covers. Tightly cement edges to perimeter of
floor around covers and to covers.

Tightly cement flooring to subbase without open cracks, voids,
raising and puckering at joints, telegraphing of adhesive spreader marks,
or other surface imperfections.

Unless otherwise directed by Architect, reverse pattern in
alternate tiles.

(2) Accessories:

(a) Place resilient edge strips tightly butted to flooring and
secure with adhesive. Install edging strips at all unprotected edges of
flooring, unless otherwise shown and except at marble or other thresholds.

D. CLEANING AND PROTECTION:

(1) Remove any excess adhesive or other surface blemishes, using
neutral type cleaners as recommended by flooring manufacturer. Protect
installed flooring from damage by covering.

(2) Finishing: After completion of project and just prior to final
inspection of work, thoroughly clean floors and accessories.

Apply wax and buff, with type of wax, number of coats and buffing
procedures in compliance with flooring manufacturer's instructions.


END OF SECTION 09650






09900 PAINTING PAGE 1


09900-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and General Requirements, apply to the work specified in this
Section.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) The extent of painting work is shown on the drawings and schedules,
and as herein specified.

(2) The work includes painting and finishing of interior and exterior
exposed items and surfaces throughout the project, except as otherwise
indicated.

Surface preparation, priming and coats of paint specified are in addition
to shop-priming and surface treatment specified under other sections of the
work.

(3) The work includes field painting of primed metal surfaces of grilles
and diffusers installed under the mechanical and electrical work, except as
otherwise indicated.

(4) "Paint" as used herein means all coating systems materials,
including primers, emulsions, enamels, stains, sealers and fillers, and
other applied materials whether used as prime, intermediate or finish
coats.

(5) Paint all exposed surfaces whether or not colors are designated in
"schedules," except where the natural finish of the material is specifi-
cally noted as a surface not to be painted. Where items or surfaces are
not specifically mentioned, paint these the same as adjacent similar
materials or areas. If color or finish is not designated, the Architect
will select these from standard colors plus up to five (5) custom-mixed
colors available for the materials systems specified.

C. PAINTING NOT INCLUDED:

(1) The following categories of work are not included as part of the
field applied finish work, or are included in other sections of these
specifications.

(a) Shop Priming: Unless otherwise specified, shop priming of
ferrous metal items is included under the various sections for structural
steel, miscellaneous metal, hollow metal worK, and similar items. Also, for
fabricated components such as wood doors and windows and shop-fabricated or
factory-built mechanical and electrical equipment or accessories.

(b) Mechanical and Electrical Work: Except as noted otherwise,
the painting of mechanical and electrical work is specified in Divisions 15
and 16, respectively.

(c) Pre-Finished Items: Unless otherwise indicated, do not
include painting when factory-finishing or installer finishing is specified






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for such items as (but not limited to) finished mechanical and electrical
equipment including light fixtures, switchgear and distribution cabinets
and equipment.

(d) Concealed Surfaces: Unless otherwise indicated, painting is
not required on surfaces such as walls or ceilings in concealed areas and
generally inaccessible areas, foundation spaces, furred areas, utility tun-
nels, pipe spaces, and duct shafts.

(e) Finished Metal Surfaces: Metal surfaces of anodized aluminum,
stainless steel, chromium plate, copper, bronze and similar finished
materials will not require finish painting, unless otherwise indicated.

(f) Operating Parts and Labels: Moving parts of operating units,
mechanical and electrical parts, such as valve and damper operators, linka-
ges, sensing devices, motor and fan shafts will not require finish
painting, unless otherwise indicated.

(g) Exposed concrete on the building exterior and in unfinished
spaces in the interior.

D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data; Painting: For information only, submit 3
copies of manufacturer's technical information, including paint label ana-
lysis and application instructions for each material proposed for use.
Include flamespread data for fire-retardant coatings. Transmit a copy of
each manufacturer's instructions to the paint Applicator.

(2) Certificate of Compliance; Painting: Furnish certificates from
material manufacturer certifying that materials delivered to the project
conform to the requirements of these specifications and that they are the
best of their respective types and that they are suitable for the intended
purpose.

(3) Samples; Painting: '-

(a) Submit samples for Architect's review of color and texture
only. Compliance with all other requirements is the exclusive respon-
sibility of the Contractor. Provide a listing of the material and applica-
tion for each coat of each finish sample.

(b) On 12" x 12" hardboard, provide two samples of each color and
material, with texture to simulate actual conditions. Resubmit each sample
as requested until acceptable sheen, color, and texture are achieved.

(c) On actual wood surfaces, provide two 4" x 8" samples of each
natural and stained wood finish as required. Label and identify each as to
location and application.

E. DELIVERY AND STORAGE:

Deliver all materials to the job site in original, new and unopened packa-
ges and containers bearing manufacturer's name and label, and the following
information:






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Name or title of material.
Contents by volume, for major pigment and vehicle constituents.
Thinning instructions.
Application instructions.
Color name and number.

F. JCB CONDITIONS:

(1) Apply water-base paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be
painted and the surrounding air temperatures are between 50 degrees F. and
90 degrees F. unless otherwise permitted by the paint manufacturer's
printed instructions.

(2) Apply solvent-thinned paints only when the temperature of surfaces
to be painted and the surrounding air temperatures are between 45 degrees
F. and 95 degrees F. unless otherwise permitted by the paint manufacturer's
printed instructions.

(3) Do not apply paint in snow, rain, fog or mist, or when the relative
humidity exceeds 85%; or to damp or wet surfaces, unless otherwise per-
mitted by the paint manufacturer's printed instructions.

(4) Painting may be continued during inclement weather only if the
areas and surfaces to be painted are enclosed and heated within the tem-
perature limits specified by the paint manufacturer during application and
drying periods.

09900-2 PRODUCTS

A. COLORS AND FINISHES:

(1) Prior to beginning work, the Architect will furnish color selec-
tions for surfaces to be painted from paint manufacturer's standard colors,
plus up to five (5) custam-mixed colors.

(2) Color Pigments: Pure, non-fading, applicable types to suite the
substrates and service indicated.

(3) Paint Coordination: Provide finish coats which are compatible with
prime paints used. Review other sections of these specifications in which
prime paints are to be provided to ensure compatibility of total coatings
system for various substrates. Upon request from other trades, furnish
information on characteristics of finish materials proposed for use, to
ensure compatible prime coats are used. Provide barrier coats over incom-
patible primers or remove and reprime or remove and reprime as required.
Notify the Architect in writing of any anticipated problems using specified
coating systems with substrates primed by others.

B. MATERIAL QUALITY:

(1) Provide the best quality grade of the various types of coatings as
regularly manufactured by acceptable paint materials manufacturers.
Materials not displaying the manufacturer's identification as a standard,
best-grade product will not be acceptable.

(2) Provide materials listed in the paint systems. Similar products of







09900 PAINTING PAGE 4

the same type and quality of the following manufacturers may be furnished
in lieu of those listed:

Sherwin-Williams Co.
Devoe & Raynolds Co., Inc.
Pittsburg Co.
Pratt & Lambert
Benjamin Moore
Suntec Paint, Inc.

(3) All materials used shall be as specified. No claim as to the una-
vailability or suitability by the Contractor of the materials specified or
his unwillingness to use same, or his inability to produce first-class work
with same will be entertained unless such claims are made in writing and
submitted to the Architect with the substitute proposals prior to com-
mencing the work.

(4) Materials not otherwise specified shall be equal to the first
quality products of the manufacturers listed herein.

(5) Provide undercoat paint produced by the same manufacturer as the
finish coats. Use only thinners approved by the paint manufacturer, and
use only within recommended limits.

C. EXTERIOR PAINT SYSTEMS:

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

(1) Exterior Woodwork: (including exterior surface of Window Sash
& Frames, exterior surface of Doors & Frames, miscellaneous trim, etc.)

1st Coat: Glidden "#3651 House Paint Primecoat"

2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden "#3900 Series Latex Gloss House & Trim Paint"

(2) Ferrous Metals (including metal roofing):

1st Coat: Glidden "#590 White Rustmaster Primer"

2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden "#3900 Series Latex Gloss House & Trim Paint"

1st coat not required on items delivered shop-primed.

Clean metals as per paint manufacturer's instructions.

(3) Non-Ferrous Metals

1st Coat: Glidden #5229 All Purpose Metal Primer

2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden #3990 Series Latex Gloss House & Trim Paint

1st coat not required on items delivered shop primed.

(4) Stucco:








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1st & 2nd Coats: Glidden #3500 Series Spred Glide-On Masonry Paint.

Apply 2 coats as per manufacturer's instructions for stucco surfaces.

D. INTERIOR PAINT SYSTEMS:

Provide the following Paint Systems for the various substrates as
indicated:

(1) Gypsum Wallboard:


1st Coat:


Glidden #555 Spred Enamel Undercoater (oil)


2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden #5800 Series Latex Low Luster Enamel

(2) Water Resistant Gypsum Drywall:

1st Coat: Glidden #555 Spred Enamel Undercoater (oil)

2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden #5800 Series Latex Low Luster Enamel

(3) Gypsum Plaster:

1st Coat: Glidden #3416 Spred Primer-Sealer

2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden #3200 Series Latex Flat Wall Paint

(4) Woodwork Not Transparent-finished:

1st Coat: Glidden #555 Spred Enamel Undercoater (oil)

2nd & 3rd Coats: Glidden #5800 Series Latex Low Luster Enamel


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(5) Transparent-Finished Woodwork: (includes interior faces of doors
in theater; provided under ALTERNATE; see Division 1. Bookcases and
desktops are shop finished; see Architectural Woodwork. Do not refinish
main entrance door.)

1st Coat: Glidden #201 Series Interior Oil Stain (as required to
match existing color or as directed by the Architect)

2nd Coat: Two (2) coats of clear alkyd-urea conversion varnish,
rubbed to medium sheen.

(6) Ferrous Metals (All existing glossy surfaces shall be de-glossed
using Glidden #66 Spred-Prep to insure adhesion)

Spot-prime (existing metals)/lst Coat (New Metals): Glidden #590 White
Rustmaster Primer

2nd & 3rd Coats: "Glidden #5800 Series Latex Low Luster Enamel"






09900 PAINTING PAGE 6


09900-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

(1) Applicator must examine the areas and conditions under which
painting work is to be applied and notify the Contractor in writing of con-
ditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion of the work. Do
corrected in a manner acceptable to the applicator.

(2) Starting of painting work will be construed as the Applicator's
acceptance of the surfaces and conditions within any particular area.

(3) Do not paint over dirt, rust, scale, grease, moisture, scuffed
surfaces, or conditions otherwise detrimental to the formation of a durable
paint film.

B. SURFACE PREPARATION:

(1) General:

(a) Perform preparation and cleaning procedures in strict accor-
dance with the paint manufacturer's instructions and as herein specified,
for each particular substrate condition.

(b) Remove all hardware, hardware accessories, machined surfaces,
plates, lighting fixtures, and similar items in place and not to be finish-
painted, or provide surface-applied protection prior to surface preparation
and painting operations. Remove, if necessary, for the complete painting
of the items and adjacent surfaces. Following completion of painting of
each space or area, reinstall the removed items by workmen skilled in the
trades.


(c) Clean surfaces to be painted before applying paint
treatments. Remove oil and grease prior to mechanical cleaning.
the cleaning and painting so that contaminants from the cleaning
will not fall onto wet, newly-painted surfaces.


or surface
Program
process


(2) Stucco or Cementitious Surfaces:


(a) Prepare stucco or cementitious surfaces of concrete and
concrete block, to be painted by removing all efflorescence, chalk, dust,
S dirt, grease, oils and by roughening as required to remove glaze.

(b) Determine the alkalinity and moisture content of the surfaces
7 to be painted by performing appropriate tests. If the surfaces are found
S to be sufficiently alkaline to cause blistering and burning of the finish
Saint, correct this condition before application of paint. Do not paint
over surfaces where the moisture content exceeds that permitted in the
manufacturer's printed directions.

(3) Wood:

(a) Clean all existing and new wood surfaces to be painted of all
dirt, oil, or other foreign substances with scrapers, mineral spirits, and
sandpaper, as required. Sandpaper smooth those finished surfaces exposed
to view, and dust off. Scrape and clean small, dry, seasoned knots and




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