• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Cover
 Index
 Main














Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
Title: Specifications Correct Life Safety Violations and Renovate East Wing
ALL VOLUMES CITATION MAP IT! THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00095502/00024
 Material Information
Title: Specifications Correct Life Safety Violations and Renovate East Wing Government House, St. Augustine, Florida, Project Number DOS-8449-A
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
Physical Description: Maintenance record
Language: English
Publication Date: 1988
Physical Location:
Box: 8
Divider: DOS 8449-A
Folder: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
 Subjects
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
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00095502
Volume ID: VID00024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Table of Contents
    Cover
        Page 1
    Index
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Main
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
Full Text


























SPECIFICATIONS

Correct Life Safety Violations and Renovate East Wing
Government House, St. Augustine, Florida
Project Number DOS-8449-A

for the

State of Florida Department of General Services
Division of Building Construction

June 6, 1988

Shepard Associates Architects & Planners Inc.
2111 Corporate Square Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32216 (904) 721-2111








INDEX


NONTECHNICAL SPEC IFICAT IONS

I. BIDDING CONDITIONS

Section A Advertisement for Bids and Invitation to Bic Forms
Section B Instructions to Bidders
Section C Proposal Form
Section D List of Subcontractors Form

II. CONTRACTURAL CONDITIONS

Section E Instructions to Contractors
Section F Modifications and Additions to AIA General Conditions
Section G Supplementary General Conditions
Section H Special Conditions
Section I Assignment Form
Section J Form of Agreement Between Owner & Contractor for Construction
Section K Form of Performance Bond and Labor Material Payment Bond
Section L Certificate of Insurance Form
Section M Invoice for Indemnification Rider Prescribed in Section E-3 of
Conditions of Contract
Section N Experience Questionnaire and Contractor's Financial Statement
Section 0 Certificate of Substantial Completion
Section P Certificate of Contract Completion

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Section 01015 Base Bid, Allowances, and Alternates
Section 01040 Special Provisions
Section 01050 Miscellaneous Requirements
Section 01300 Submittals
Section 01500 Telmorary Construction and Facilities
Section 01700 Project Closeout

Section 02050 Demolition & Salvage
Section 02200 Earthwork

Section 03315 Cast-In-Place Concrete

Section 04200 Unit Masonry

Section 05500 Miscellaneous Metals

Section 06150 Carpentry
Section 06400 Architectural Woodwork

Section 07510 Built-Up Roofing System
Section 07600 Flashing and Sheet Metal
Section 07900 Sealants
Section 07910 Caulking


Section 08110


Metal Frames






























Section 08210
Section 08305
Section 08710
Section 08800

Section 09210
Section 09215
Section 09250
Section 09650
Section 09900

Sections 10 14

Section 15008
Section 15400

Section 16008


Wood Doors
Access Doors
Finish Hardware
Glass and Glazing

Ornamental Plaster
Veneer Plaster
Gypsum Drywall
Resilient Flooring
Painting

(Not Used)

Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
Plumbing

Electrical








01015 BASE BID, ALLOWANCES, & ALTERNATES PAGE 1


01015-1 GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK

A. PROJECT SITE:

The project site is located on King Street, St. Augustine, Florida, as
indicated on the drawings.

The Contractor will be allotted space for a work area located on the
southeast corner of the site within the existing enclosed courtyard. The
Contractor is responsible for providing off-site parking required for
construction. The Contractor shall make arrangements as necessary with the
City for loading and unloading. The Contractor shall provide any fencing he
might require for the exterior work area and shall remove fence and
evidence of same at the completion of construction or need for use of this
area. The location of the work area, fencing, and gates shall be acceptable
to the Owner and the City. T c ,r< P i.i -?.,., t., ",. h

B. WORK INCLUDED: ', b'

Exterior:

Provide new handicapped ramp to the southernmost entry to
the Main Lobby from the east.

Relocate one existing condensing unit and provide one new
condensing unit, respectively (and as described below), on the flat roof
above the HSAPB offices.

First Floor East Wing Multipurpose Room: I,' '

Provide new veneer olaster at existing exterior walls and
interior columns, new portions of suspended ceilings, on certain walls of
the vault converted to Staff Room, and new partition under stair.

Repair existing and provide new ornamental plaster. In-
stall existing ornamental plaster brackets.

Provide new fire-retardant treated wood floor over new and existi
tunnels. Provide new tunnel below floor connecting new HVAC equipment with
existing tunnel. Provide new CMU partition with access door at tunnel.

Provide new landing and labelled doors at steos from Main Lobby
into East Wing. Relocate existing steos. Provide new handrails.

Provide new surface-mounted vertical rod exit devices, new
thresholds, and new coordinators on south doors of East Wing. Install
existing historic hardware lever handles in fixed position for use as pulls
on the exterior of these doors. Provide new door at new equipment area
below stairs. If possible utilize historic hardware lever handles on these
doors also. Coordinate keying of new hardware with the Owner.

Provide reconstructed baseboards and other millwork as required.







01015 BASE BID, ALLOWANCES, & ALTERNATES PABE 2


Provide new sheet vinyl flooring in Staff Room. See Alternate for
carpet in Multipurpose Room.

Paint existing and new surfaces not otherwise finished.

Provide a new 5-ton HVAC unit to serve the East Wing through
existing tunnels and a new tunnel below the floor. The air handler shall be
located in a 2 hour rated space below the stair to the second floor. The
supply side shall be ducted to floor registers located above existing
tunnel branches on the north side of the room. The return side shall use
the existing tunnel as a plenum; return air registers shall be located
above existing tunnel branches on the south side of the room. The new
condensing section shall be located on the flat roof above the HSAPB
offices. The existing condensing section serving the second floor of the
East Wing shall be relocated adjacent to the new unit on the flat roof.

Provide a new 150-amp panel served from the existing main panel
located in the basement. Locate the panel in the new HVAC space below the
stair to the second floor. Provide new power circuits to convenience
outlets in the Multipurpose Room and Staff Room and to the new HVAC
equipment. Provide a new weatherproof disconnect at the new condensing unit
on the roof. Provide new lighting circuits to the Staff Room and
Multipurpose Room, including circuits for future track lighting in the
ceiling. Provide new light fixture in the Staff Room. Reuse existing light
fixtures in the Multipurpose Room; existing fixtures shall be on dimmers.

Provide exit signs, smoke detectors, and an intrusion alarm
system coordinated with existing systems as necessary.

First Floor Auditorium Area:

As described in detail below, provide a continuous 2 hour
,-' separation between the Main and South Lobbies and the Auditorium.

Remove the existing partition on east side of Audito-
S rium and replace with a 2 hour rated partition. Remove, store and-
S reinstall acoustical curtain. Provide new fire-rated doors in the new
east partition, including doors providing access to the rear of each
display case. Provide new support channels in the east partition for new
portable display cases provided under this contract. Existing display
windows and ticket window shall remain. Provide fire-rated rolling fire
- shutter above ticket window; remove and reAh all cabinets a countfertop
aj icket window. if possible, reinstall existing marble on Lobby side of
)existing partition where marble was replaced by later finishes.

f. & J J J On the east and south sides of the Stace provide a
S new 2 hour partition located 3'-4" away from the existing partition,
thus forming a corridor providing rear access to existing display areas.
Remove existing stage floor in the area of the new corridor. Remove the
existing glass and plywood fronts of the display cases and enlarge the
fronts to the full area available. Provide access to the rear of new
cases provided under this contract.


Existing ductwork above the new east partition shall be








01015 BASE BID, ALLOWANCES, & ALTERNATES PAGE 3

removed and replaced with new ductwork shaped to be located entirely to th(
east of the new rated partition. Existing diffusers serving the Main Lobby
shall remain, but diffusers with fire dampers shall be provided to serve
the Auditorium west of the partition. Existing ductwork above the new
corridor at the east and south of the Stage shall remain, but diffusers
serving the Stage shall be fire-dampered. New diffusers shall be provided
in the new and existing ductwork to serve all display cases and new
corridor areas; return air shall pass through new grilles into the Lobbies.

New convenience outlets shall be located adjacent to
each display case for power and for lighting provided by others.

Second Floor Corridor and East Wing Office Area:

Drop condensate line through floor at existing air handler
in East Wing offices and run above new ceiling in first floor Multipur-
pose Room to closest hub in an existing sanitary drain. Line shall be
insulated.

The existing circuit from the existing second floor panel
serving the existing HVAC condensing unit located on the balcony shall
be rerouted to the same unit after it is relocated on the flat roof
above the HSAPB offices. Relocate the disconnect serving the unit.

01015-2 EXISTING STRUCTURE

Before submitting a proposal, each contractor shall thoroughly review all
drawings and shall visit the site to acquaint himself with all conditions
relevant to the work, including the general conditions of the existing
structures and improvements.

No consideration will be given at a later date for alleged misunderstan-
dings as to the requirements of demolition, public protection or schedules.

The submission of a bid will be considered an acknowledgment on the part of
the Contractor of his review of the drawings and visitation of the site.

01015-3 BASE BID

Each bidder shall state in his Base Bid his proposal for performing all
work shown or specified, including allowances as indicated, excepting only
the work specifically shown or noted as not in contract or as work under an
additive alternate.

01015-4 ALLOWANCES

ALLOWANCE "A": Under the Base Bid provide an allowance of $15,000.00 for
the reconstruction and restoration of certain existing finish hardware
and for the provision of new hardware selected by the Owner at certain
existing doors and at all new doors. Installation cost and General
Contractor's profit and overhead shall be included in Base Bid.
Allowance shall include subcontractor's overhead, profit, material,
labor, delivery, and unloading at the site.
























00115 BASE BID, ALLOWANCES, & ALTERNATES PAGE 4


ALLOWANCE "B": Under Alternate No. 1 provide an allowance of $10,000.00
for new carpeting in the Multipurpose Room in the East Wing.
Carpet shall be selected by the Owner. Allowance shall include all
costs, including overhead, profit, installation, material, labor,
delivery, and storage (if required).

01015-5 ALTERNATE BIDS

The Contractor shall further state in his bid his proposal for each of the
additive Alternates listed below. Bid rice for each alternate shall
include adjustments in the work af all trades which will be affected by the
work of the Alternate, and all Allowances included in each Alternate.

ALTERNATE NO. 1: Provide Allowance "B".

01015-6 HISTORIC VALUE

This site is of historic value and is listed on the National Register of
Historic Places. All historic materials and artifacts discovered at the
site shall remain the property of the Owner and shall be immediately turned
over to the Owner's representative.


END OF SECTION 01015








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
sect ion.

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 specification!
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 small 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.







02050 DEMOLITION & SALVAGE PAGE 2

All treads at steps down into Multipurpose Room.

All existing light fixtures, including loose items (if any).

All cabinetwork at ticket window in Main Lobby.

All cast plaster units indicated or required to be removed, and
similar units which have been removed and are stored at the site.

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







02050 DEMOLITION & SALVAGE PAGE 3


required to assure safety.

(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 orior 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.





















02050 DEMOLITION & SALVAGE PAGE 4


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

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

(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







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
sect ion.

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 Suoports
/ Shelf Angles
Rough Hardware
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.

Metal Handrail Systems: Capable of withstanding the following:
Y Hand rails: 200 lbs. concentrated load applied in any
,dFTr ection and at any point.
S 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 a
necessary for shipping and handling limitations. Clearly mark units for
reassembly and coordinated installation.

(3) Comply with the provisions of the latest editions of the following







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 2


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 ArchitectJ'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.
r- c L"-.-- ; /- 7(
(2) Shoo 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: Li~- sm7ug.1- ii

(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. Keeo steel members off the ground, using pallets, plat-
forms, or other supports. Protect steel members and packaged materials







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 3


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, roll
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, PSTM 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.


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

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

(.) 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 PSTPM A 47 or cast steel ASTM
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







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 4


sands, portland cement, shrinkage compensating agents,
plasticizing and water reducing agents, complying with
CRD-C588. Materials furnished by the following
,-5 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 'A .

(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. vo- eOy cj /'/:-, ii ,. on. J

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

(8) Lock Washers: Helical spring type carbon steel, FB FF-W

(o) 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 b
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. ,# A',- ) ., )

(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
smna- lest radius possible without causing grain separation or otherwise
imoairing work.

(3) Weld corners and seams continuously, complying with AWS recommen-







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 5


dations. At exposed connections, grind exposed welds smooth and flush to
match and blend with adjoining surfaces.

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
So-2 "Hand Tool Cleaning," or SSPC SP-3 "Power Tool Cleaning," or SSPC SP-7







055500 MIiSCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 6


"Brush-Off Blast Cleaning."

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

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 tao 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 shares as required for framing and supporting woodwork, and for
anchoring or securing woodwork to concrete or other structures.







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 7


(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.q_ ,

(b) Welded connections: Cope intersections of rails and oosts,
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 oipe.

(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 oipe 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.

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







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 8


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
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-dio galvanized
after fabrication, and are intended for bolted or screwed field
connect ions.

(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. 1 u,1 C ,,

(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







05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 9


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
by brush or spray to provide a minimum dry film thickness of 2.0 mils.

(3) Setting Loose Plates: Clean concrete and masonry bearing surfaces
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 plumoed, 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. Soace 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 oosts in concrete by means of oioe sleeves reset and anchored into
concrete. After posts have been inserted into sleeves, fill annular space
between cost and sleeve solid with non-shrink, non-metallic grout, mixed





















05500 MISCELLANEOUS METALS PAGE 10


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 cost 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












07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 1

07510-1 GENERAL NOW, 10 Qo\ \

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS: < '

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

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) The extent of built-up roofing system work (BUR) is indicated on
the drawings and by provisions of this section, and is defined to include
the patching of existing roofing, composition flashings, and roofing
accessories integrally related to existing roofing, all as required for the
installation of the new roof-mounted condensing unit, the relocation of the
existing condensing unit to the roof, and related work.

(2) The type of built-roofing required for the project includes asphalt
and gravel and felt roof membrane matching the existing built-up roofing
system.

(3) Metal flashings and counter-flashings are specified in another
section of this Division; certain metal accessories are specified in this
section.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Single-Installer Responsibility: A single Installer ("Roofer")
shall perform the work of this section and shall be a firm specializing in
BUR system work for at least 5 years, capable of showing successful
installations similar to work required for the project.

(2) Manufacturers: Provide primary products, including each type of
roofing sheet has produced that type product successfully for not less than 5 years.
Provide secondary products which are acceptable to manufacturers of primary
products.

(3) Roofing Manufacturer: Provide products by one of the following:

Celotex Corporation
GAF Corporation
Johns-Manvi le

(4) UL Labels: Provide roof covering materials bearing UL LABEL, with
Class A fire exposure.







07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 2


D. SUBMITTALS:

Product Data, Built-up Roofings Systems: Submit four (4) copies of
manufacturer's product specifications, installation, instructions and
general recommendations for each principal roofing system product required
Include data substantiating that materials comply with requirements,
including certificates and delivery logs for bulk materials, and records a
field testing for softening point, flash point, and other quality control
testing as required.

Existing Roofing System Identification: Submit four (4) copies of a letter
from the representative of the manufacturer identifying the existing built
up roofing system and certifying that the system or systems proposed for u
are compatible with the existing system and meet or exceed the quality of
the existing system.

E. PRODUCT HANDLING:

(1) General: Handle and store roofing system products in a manner whi
will ensure no possibility of significant moisture pick-up. Store in a dry
well-ventilated, weatherproof place. Do not leave unprotected materials on
end on pallets or other raised surface.

(a) Protect any insulation materials from exposure to sunlight a
fire ignition. Do not deliver to project site until time of installation.

(b) Roof Loading: Do not store materials on roof decks, nor
position roofing installation equipment on roof decks, in concentrations
exceeding design live loading (20 psf maximum).

F. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Pre-Roofing Conference: Prior to the installation roofing systems
meet at project site with Installer (Roofer), installers of substrate
S construction (decks) and other work adjoining roof system including
penetrating work, and representatives of other entities directly concerned
With performance of roofing system including Owner's insurers, governing
-(- authorities, product manufacturers, the Architect, and the Owner. Where
o possible, tour representative areas of roofing substrates (decks), and
discuss substrate condition. Review requirements of materials and
j installation facilities, proposed installation schedule, forecasted weather
conditions, governing regulations, insurance requirements, and proposed
o installation procedures. Record discussion including agreement or
disagreement on matters of significance; furnish copy of recorded
discussions to each participant. Discuss roofing system protection
requirements for construction period extending beyond roofing installation
Discuss possible need for temporary roofing. If meeting enos with
substantial disagreements, determine how disagreements will be resolved ar
set date for reconvened meeting.

(2) Weather Conditions: Proceed with roofing system installation only
when existing and forecasted weather conditions are favorable and will al]
work to proceed in accordance with requirements and recommendations of
manufacturers of primary roofing system materials.









07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 3


(3) Temporary Roofing: When adverse weather conditions or other
conditions make roofing system installation unadvisable, and other work music
not be delayed by roofing delay (as determined by Contractor), provide
temporary roofing. The general provisions of contract documents establish
responsibilities related to temporary roofing.

(a) Roofing: Apply 2 plies of perforated No. 15 roofing felt with
inter-ply mopping and coating of steep asphalt. Spot-mop or adhere with
other adhesive or mastic which will provide adequate (temporary) anchorage,
and facilities removal and clean-up.

(b) Remove temporary roofing completelyy) immediately before
installation of permanent roofing system.

G. WARRANTIES:

Special Project Warranty: Submit 2 executed copies of standard 5-year
"Roofing Guarantee," covering work of this section (roofing, composition
flashing, roof insulation, and roofing accessories), signed and
countersigned by Installer (Roofer) and Contractor.

07510-2 PRODUCTS

A. MATERIALS:

(1) Insurance and Code Reauirements: Provide materials complying with
governing regulations, and which can be installed to comply with the
following:

Factory Mutual requirements for "Class i" or "Noncombustible,"
including zoned wind resistance.

Underwriters Laboratories "Fire Classified" and "Class 30" wind
uplift resistance.

(2) Roofing to match existing shall be recommended by the roofing
manufacturer for installation over plank and plywood decking as indicated.

B. BUR MEMBRANE MATERIALS: Provide built-up gravel-surfaced roof system with
asphalt bitumen and a minimum of four plays of felts (or equivalent) for a
lay-up to match existing.

(1) Primer for Asohalt Moppings: Cut-back asphalt (ASTM D 41).

(2) Felts: To match or exceed existing, as recommended by manufacturer.

(3) Asphalt: To match or exceed existing, as recommended by
manufact urer.


(4) Surfacing: Gravel to match existing.








07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 4


C. BUR EDGE/PENETRATION MATERIALS:

(1) Roofing Cement: ASTM D 2822, asphaltic.

(2) Glass Fiber Fabric: 1.5 lb. (min.) sheet, of woven glass fiber,
impregnated with asphalt (ASTM D 1668).

S(3) Preformed Edge Strips: Asphalt-impregnated organic fiber insulation
S units, molded to form 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 45 degree cant strips as shown to
receive BUR ply-sheet courses and lift edges above main roofing surface. (A
S Contractor's option, use pressure-treated wood cant strips.)

4 D. SHEET METAL ACCESSORY MATERIALS:

(1) Lead-Coated Copper: ASTM B101, Type I, Class A, coated one side
except coated both sides where both exposed, cold rolled unless soft temper
required for forming and performance; 16-oz. sheet before coating (0.0216"
thick), except as otherwise indicated.

(2) Solder for Sheet Metal: Except as otherwise indicated or
recommended by metal manufacturer, provide 50/50 tin/lead type (ASTM B 32)
for tinning and soldering joints; use rosin flux.

E. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS:

(1) Wood Members, Units: Comply with requirements of "Carpentry"
sections of these specifications for nailers, and other wood members
indicated as roofing system work. Provide wood pressure-treated with water-
borne preservatives for above-bround use (AWPB LP-2).

(2) Mastic Sealant: Polyisobutylene (plain or bituminous modified),
nonhardening, nonmigrating, nonskinning and nondrying.

(3) Fasteners, Nails: Provide industry-standard types of noncorrosive
fasteners and nails for BUR system work, tested by manufacturer for require
pull-out pull-out strength where applicable. Provide either 1" diameter nai
heads or 1-3/8" diameter x 30-gage sheet metal caps for nails used to hold
sheets (felts) of BUR system.

F. FABRICATION OF SHEET METAL ACCESSORIES:

(1) SMACNA Details: Conform work with details shown, and with
"Architectural Sheet Metal Manual" by SMACNA.

(2) Prefabricate units as indicated, or provide standard manufactured
units complying with requirements; fabricate from sheet metal indicated.

(3) Provide 4" wide flanges for setting on BUR membrane with
concealment by composition stripping.

(4) Fabricate work with flat-lock soldered joints and seams; except
where joint movement is necessary provide 1" deeo interlocking hooked
flanges filled with mastic sealant.







07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 5


(5) Fabricate penetration sleeves with 6" high stack, of diameter 1"
larger than penetrating element. Counterflashings are specified as work of
another section of these specifications.

07510-3 EXECUTION

A. GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS:

(1) Installer must examine condition of substrates to receive BUR
systems and conditions under which work will be performed, and notify
Contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions including inadequate
provisions in substrate for bonding or anchorage of BUR system. Do not
proceed with BUR system work until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected in a manner acceptable to Installer.

(2) Cooperate with inspection and test agencies engaged or required to
perform services inconnection with BUR system installation.

(3) Protect other work from spillage of BUR materials and prevent
liquid materials from entering or clogging drains and conductors.
Replace/restore other work damaged by performance of BUR system work.

(4) Insurance/Code Compliance: Install BUR system for (and test where
required to show) compliance with governing regulations and with the
S following insurance requirements:

Factory Manual requirements for "Class I" or "Noncombustible,"
including zoned wind resistance as specified by FM.

Underwriter Laboratories "Fire Classified" and "Class 30" wind
uplift resistance.

(5) Coordinate the installation of roofing sheets, flashing, stripping,
coatings and surfacings, so that felts are not exposed to precipitation nor
exposed overnight. Provide cut-offs at end of each day's work, to cover
exposed felts with a course of coated felt with joints and edges sealed witi
roofing cement. Remove cut-offs immediately before resuming work. Glaze coat
installed ply-sheet courses at end of each day's work where final surfacing
) has not been installed.

(6) "Nailable" substrates are defined to include wood, plywood, gypsum,
structural cement fiber, and insulating and lightweight concrete; others are
"nonnailable," except as otherwise indicated, even though required to be
penetrated by special nails or anchoring devices.

(7) Bitumen Heating: Do not raise temperature above minimum normal
fluid-holding temperature more than one hour prior to time of application;
discard bitumen held at elevated temperature for a period exceeding 3 hours.
Do not heat bitumen above temperature required to ensure application
viscosity resulting in adequate mopping weight and maximum penetration,
coverage and adhesion of felt plies, and maximum penetration, coverage and
adhesion.of felt plies, and maximum adhesion to substrate. Determine flash
point of bitumen and determine maximum fire-safe handling temperature, and
do not exceed that temperature in heating bitumen.








07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 6


(8) Hot Bitumen Mopping Weights: Except for glaze coats (light) and
flood coats (heavy), and except as otherwise indicated, apply moppings of
hot bitumen in the following weight:

Asphalt: 25 Ibs. of asphalt (+-25% on a total-job average basis)
per square between plies.

B. SUBSTRATE PREPARATIONS:

(1) Deck Joint Treatment: Comply with prime roofing materials
manufacturer's recommendations for either caulking joints in deck with
mastic sealant or roofing cement, or covering joints with substrate joint
tape.

(2) Substrate Moisture: Do not apply bitumen on substrates when foamin
-( results. Test each type substrate each day before work starts by applying
one pint of 400 degree F. (204 degree C. ) bitumen. Substrate is too moist i
sample foams or can be easily (or cleanly) stripped after cooling; allow
Ssubstrate to dry.

(3) Edge Strips: Where possible and where indicated, install cant
strips at edges and major penetrations and interruptions of BUR membrane;
provide cant strips at vertical surfaces. Coordinate as indicated with
blocking and base sheets of BUR membrane.

C. BUR MEMBRANE INSTALLATION:

41) Install paper slip sheet over deck if recommended by manufacturer.

(2) BUR Membrane Composition:

(a) Base Sheet: Install one lapped course of the base sheet as
recommended by the manufacturer. Nail to deck using manufacturer's
recommended nails or fasteners; install base sheet per manufacturer's
recommendations,

(b) Mooping Bitumen: Inter--ly moppings: Unless otherwise
recommended by the manufacturer to match existing, provide Type III asphalt
25 lbs. of asphalt per square between plies.

(c) Inter-ply Sheets: Provide the number of plays of types of
sheets (felts) required to match existing, lapped (shingled) prooer amount
to form a continuous uniform membrance with bitumen moping between sheets
so that ply sheet does not touch ply sheet. Except as otherwise required,
glaze-coat too of ply sheet membrane with 10-lb. mopping of same bitumen,
integrally with operation of laying up membrane.

(d) Surfacing: Promptly after completion of BUR membrane, edge
treatment and set-on accessories in each substantial area of roofing, flood
coat surface and provide gravel as required to match existing. Flood coat
shall be 15 Ibs. oer square of Type III asphalt unless recommended otherwise
by manufacturer.







07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 7


(3) BUR Edges/Penetrations and Accessories:

(a) Provide fold-back envelope of either the base sheet or one
ply of coated felt, where possible and where edge of membrane is not turned
up on a cant strip or tapered edge strio. Where envelope protection against
flow of bitumen from membrane is not possible, provide heavy seal-bead of
roofing cement at edge of membrane, including locations where membrane is
cut.

(b) Nail complete BUR membrane at edges where possible, before
covering with flashing or stripping. Nail to achieve anchorage equal to
membrane strength. Nail to blocking or stripping above main level of roofing
where possible.

(c) Bed set-on accessories in a thick coating of roofing cement,
extending under entire metal flange of each accessory item.

(d) At roof drains, end membrane close to body of drain, with a
heavy bead of roofing cememt to prevent flow of bitumen. Set lead flashing
sheet in a bed of roofing cement, on roofing ply-sheet courses and in drain
clamping ring, and extend flashing sheet 12" minimum onto roofing.

(e) Comoosition Flashing: Provide composition flashing at edges,
vertical surfaces and major penetrations of roofing. Provide flashing as
specified by prime roofing materials manufacturer, but not less than one ply
of coated felt and one ply of reinforced asbestos flashing, both set in a
heavy coating of roofing cement. Anchor composition flashing to vertical
surfaces where possible, using mechanical fasteners or metal clamping strip;
seal top edge with a bead of mastic sealant (under counter flashing). Extend
flashing sheets 4" and 6" respectively onto horizontal roofing membrane
beyond cant strips.

(f) Composition Stripping: Where flanges of exposed metal items
(including roof drain flashing) are set on roofing, provide comoosition
stripping to cover flanges. Provide stripping as specified by prime roofing
materials manufacturer, but not less than one ply of glass fiber fabric and
one ply of coated felt, both set in a heavy coating of roofing cement. Coat
completed stripping with a heavy coating of roofing cement or with roof
coating. Extend stripping plays 4" and 6" respectively beyond metal flanges
onto roofing.

(g) Allow for expansion of running metal flashing and trim wnich
is free to expand. Do not seal BUR to elements more than 4'-0" in length,
except with provisions for movement. Provide heavy seal beads of mastic
sealant where required for movement.

D. ROOFING ACCESSORY INSTALLATION:

(1) General: Install accessory items where shown or required.

E. PROTECTION:

The Installer of BUR system shall advise Contractor (in writing) of
recommended surveillance and protection during remainder of construction



































07510 BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM PAGE 8

period, so that BUR system will be without damage or deterioration, other
than natural weathering, at time of substantial completion of project.
During construction, only Installer of BUR system shall perform maintenance
and repairs on completed BUR system.
END OF SECTION 07510









08110 HOLLOW METAL FRAMES PAGE 1

08110-1 GENERAL

A. RELATED DOCUMENTS:

The general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,
Supplementary Conditions and General Requirements, apply to all work spe-
cified herein.

B. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

(1) This section includes all labor, material, and related items
required to complete the fabrication and installation of all hollow metal
steel frames indicated and/or specified herein.

(2) The extent and location of hollow metal steel frames are scheduled
on the drawings.

C. SUBMITTALS:

(1) For Architect's review, submit four (4) copies of manufacturer's
specifications for fabrication and shop-painting, and installation in-
structions.

(2) Submit four (4) copies of shop drawings for the fabrication and
erection of hollow metal work. Include details of each frame type, details
of construction, location and installation requirements of finish hardware
and reinforcements, and details of joints and connections. Provide fabrica-
tion, erection and anchorage details. Provide a schedule of frames using
same reference numbers for details and openings as those on the contract
drawings.

D. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Provide frames complying with Steel Door Institute "Recommended
Specifications: Standard Steel Doors and Frames" (SDI-100) and as herein
specified.

(2) Fire-Rated Frames: Provide fire-rated frames; identify each fire
frame with recognized testing laboratory labels, indicating applicable fire
rating. Construct and install to comply with NFPA Standard No. 80, and as
herein specified. Units indicated to be 'B' Label shall be 1--/2 hr. 'B'
Label.

08110-2 MATERIALS

A. FRAMES:

Hollow steel frames shall be manufactured of 16 gage, best grade commercial
furniture stock steel. Corners shall be mitered, fitted, neatly welded the
full length and ground smooth. Proper reinforcement shall be provided for
all'items of mortise and surface hardware with drilling and tapping for mor-
tised items performed at the factory from templates and schedules provided.
All hardware cutouts shall be provided with 26 gage galvanized plaster
guards. Not less than 3 anchors on each jamb to suit wall conditions, and







08110 HOLLOW METAL FRAMES PAGE 2


floor angle clips with two holes for sill anchorage shall be provided with
each frame. Steel angle spreaders shall be welded at the bottom to insure
parallel alignment.

(1) Steel frames so scheduled shall bear the Underwriters Laboratory
label.

(2) All steel door frames shall be equioped with 3 silencers on the
strike side of the frame.

B. FINISH:

After fabrication, all steel frames shall be thoroughly cleaned with a
grease solvent and given one coat of rust resistant primer. Prior to
painting, frames shall have all welds ground smooth and metallic filler-
applied to cover manufacturing imperfections. Filler shall be sanded
smooth.

08110-3 STORAGE AND ERECTION

A. DELIVERY:

Deliver hollow metal work cartoned or crated to provide protection during
transit and job storage.

B. STORAGE:

Store frames in an upright position on wood sills in a manner that will
prevent rust and damage.

C. INSTALLATION:

(1) General: Install standard steel frames and accessories in
accordance with final shop drawings and manufacturer's data, and as herein
specified.

(2) Placino Frames:

(a) Comoly with provisions of SDI-105 "Recommended Erection
Instructions for Steel Frames," unless otherwise indicated.

(b) Except for frames located at in-place concrete or masonry an
at drywall installations, place frames prior to construction of enclosing
walls and ceilings. Set frames accurately in position, plumbed, aligned,
and braced securely until permanent anchors are set. After wall construc-
tion is completed, remove temporary braces and spreaders leaving surfaces
smooth and undamaged.

(c) In masonry construction, locate 3 wall anchors per jamb at
hinge and strike levels. Building-in of anchors and routing of frames iA
specified in Division 4.

(d) At in-place concrete or masonry construction, set frames and
secure to adjacent construction with machine screws and masonry anchorage




























08110 HOLLOW METAL FRAMES PAGE 3

devices.

(e) Install fire-rated frames in accordance with NFPA Standard
No. 80.

D. TOUCH-UP:

Immediately after erection, sand smooth any rusted or damaged areas of
prime coat and apply touch-up compatible air-drying primer.

E. ADJUSTMENT:

Check and readjust operating finish hardware items in hollow metal work
just prior to final inspection. Leave work in complete and proper
operating condition. Remove and replace defective work, including frames
which are warped, bowed or otherwise damaged.

END OF SECTION 08110











08210 WOOD DOORS PAGE 1

08210-1 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) Work includes the provision of new wood doors shown on the door
schedule and/or the drawings.

(2) The types of doors required include the following:

Stock fire-rated solid core flush wood doors. Doors N24 shall have
field-applied battens both sides.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) General: Comply with the requirements of the following standard
unless otherwise indicated:

(a) NWMA Industry Standard I. S. 1 "Wood Flush Doors" of the
National Woodwork Manufacturer's Association (NWMA).

D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data; Wood Doors: Submit 5 copies of manufacturer's
product data, specifications and installation instructions for each type of
wood door required, including other data as may be required to show
compliance with specified requirements.

(2) Warranty, Wood Doors: Submit written agreement in door
manufacturer's standard form signed by the Manufacturer, Installer and
Contractor, agreeing to repair or replace defective doors which have warpec
face veneers, or do not conform to tolerance limitations of NWMA.

Warranty shall be in effect for one year after the date of acceptance.

(4) Certification: Submit 3 copies of certificate signed by door manu
facturer certifying that wood doors comply with quality grades and all
other requirements specified.

E. PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING:

(1) Protect wood doors during transit, storage and handling to prever
damage, soiling and deterioration. Comply with manufacturer's instructions
and with the "On-Site Care" requirements of NWMA pamphlet "Care and
Finishing of Wood Doors."







08210 WOOD DOORS PAGE 2


08210-2 PRODUCTS

A. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MATERIALS FND FABRICATION:

Provide same material on both faces of individual doors, unless otherwise
indicated.

08210-3 EXECUTION

A. INSPECTION:

Installer shall examine door frames and verify that frames are of the
correct type and have been installed as required for proper hanging of
corresponding doors and notify the Contractor in writing of conditions
detrimental to the proper and timely installation of wood doors. Do not
proceed with installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected in a manner acceptable to the Installer.

B. INSTALLATION:

Condition doors to average prevailing humidity in installation area prior
to hanging.

(1) Hardware: Provided under Allowance "A".

(2) Manufacturer's Instructions: Install wood doors in accordance witt
manufacturer's instructions and as shown.

(3) Job Fit Doors: Fit doors to frame for proper fit and uniform
clearance at each edge and machine for hardware. Seal cut surfaces after
fitting and machining.

(4) Clearance: Meet requirements of NFPA 80.

(5) Applied Trim: Trim shall be glued to face of flush doors; no naili
screws, or fasteners which penetrate the door shall be permitted.

(6) Job Site Finished Doors: Finishing of wood doors is specified in
the Division 9 sections of these specifications.

C. ADJUST AND CLEAN:

(1) Operation: Rehang or replace doors which do not swing or operate
freely, as directed by the Architect. c0. ,

(2) Damage: Repair or replace doors damaged during installation, as
directed by the Architect. ...

(3) Protection of Completed Work: Advise the Contractor of proper pro-
cedures required for protection of installed wood doors from damage or
deterioration until acceptance of the work.


END OF SECTION 08210







09215 VENEER PLASTER PAGE 1


09215-1 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 veneer plaster system is shown on the drawings
and in schedules, and is hereby defined to include gypsum board base with a
thin veneer of special gypsum plaster as exposed finish. Provide all
labor, material, equipment and related services required to complete the
veneer plaster work as indicated and/or specified herein.

(2) The types of veneer plaster work required include the following:

Gypsum base and ceiling suspension systems.
Gypsum base and metal stud/furring systems.
Gypsum base applied to substrates specified in other sections.
Veneer plastering on gypsum base.

Refer to carpentry section for wood framing and furring.

C. QUALITY ASSURANCE:

(1) Fire-Resistance Rating: Where work is indicated for fire-
resistance ratings, including those required to comply with governing regu-
lations, provide materials and installations identical with aooicable
assemblies which have been tested and listed by recognized authorities,
including UL and A.I.A. Comnly with FM "Approval Guide" where applicable.

(2) Industry Standards: Comply with applicable requirements of GA-151
"Application of Gypsum Base for Gypsum Veneer Plasters and Applications of
Gypsum Veneer Plaster" by the Gypsum Association except where more detailed
and more stringent requirements are indicated including the recommendations
of the manufacturer.

(3) Allowable Tolerances: 1/16" offsets between planes of gypsum base
faces, and 1/8" in 8'-0" for plumb, level, warp and bow.

(4) Manufacturer: Obtain gypsum boards, veneer plaster products, trim-
accessories, adhesives and joint treatment products from a single manufac-
turer, or from manufacturers recommended by the prime manufacturer of gyp-
sum boards; one of the following:

Georgia-Pacific Corp.
Gold Bond Bldg. Products Div.
U. S. Gypsum Co.

D. SUBMITTALS:

(1) Manufacturer's Data, Veneer Plaster Systems: For information





09215 VENEER PLASTER PAGE 2

only, submit three (3) copies of manufacturer's product specifications and
installation instructions for each component of the veneer plaster systems,
including other data as may be required to show compliance with these spe-
cifications. Distribute an additional copy of each installation instruc-
tion to the Installer.

(2) Standards, Veneer Plaster Systems: For information only, submit
two (2) current copies of GA-151 (by Gypsum Association), and distribute an
additional copy to the Installer (current means in effect as of the date of
these Contract Documents).

E. PRODUCT HANDLING:

Deliver veneer plaster system materials in sealed containers and bundles,
fully identified with manufacturer's name, brand, type and grade; store in
dry, well ventilated space, protected from the weather, under cover and off
the ground.

F. JOB CONDITIONS:

(1) Installer must examine the substrates and the spaces to receive
veneer plaster systems, and the conditions under which the work is to be
performed, and shall notify the Contractor, in writing, of conditions
detrimental to the proper completion of the work. Do not proceed with the
installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a
manner acceptable to the Installer.

(2) Temporary Heat and Ventilation: Comply with GA-151.

(3) Protect other work from soiling, scattering, moisture deteriora-
tion and other harmful effects which might result from veneer olastering
operations.

09215-2 PRODUCTS

A. METAL SUPPORT MATERIALS:

(1) General: Exceot as otherwise indicated, comply with GA-151 for
the metal systems and components supporting gypsum board of the veneer
plaster work.

42) 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 3-5/8" deaths where not otherwise indicated; all studs
shall be 25 gage and shall comply with ASTM C 645.



/ /A /v. i C








09215 VENEER PLASTER PAGE 3


(a) Runners: Match studs; type recommended by stud manufacturer
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: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with GA-151, as
specified and recommended.

(2) Gypsum Base for Veneer Plaster: Manufacturer's standard type with
standard tapered long edges.

Sheet Size: Maximum length available which will minimize end
joints.

Thickness: 1/2", except all Type X shall be 5/8".

Type X: Provide where indicated, and where required by indicated
fire-resistance rating.

C. TRIM ACCESSORIES:

General: Except as otherwise indicated, manufacturer's standard galvanized
steel beaded units with flanges for concealment in veneer plaster, includ-
ing corner beads, edge trim and expansion or control joints.

D. VENEER PLASTER MATERIALS:

(1) General: Exceot as otherwise indicated, comply with GA-151
(references ASTM C-587).

(2) Mesh-Type Joint Tape: Manufacturer's standard glass-fiber-mesh
joint reinforcing tape, plain (not self-adhesive type) for use with veneer
plaster.

(3) Veneer Plaster (1-Coat System): One of the following:

Dense-Cote; Georgia Pacific Corp.
Uni-Kal; Gold Bond Bldg. Products Div.
Imperial; U. S. Gypsum Co.
Diamond Interior Finish; U. S. cyosum Co.

Smooth veneer plaster finish.


E. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS:





09215 VENEER PLASTER PAGE 4


(1) Gypsum Board Fasteners: Comely with GA-151.

09215-3 EXECUTION

A. INSTALLATION OF METAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS:

(1) General: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with GA-151 and
manufacturer's instructions.

(2) 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.

(3) 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.

(4) Space ceiling furring members 16" o.c., except as otherwise
indicated.

(5) Wire-tie or clip furring members to main ceiling runners and to
other structural supports as indicated.

(6) 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.

(7) Install runner tracks at floors, ceiling and structural walls and
columns where veneer plaster stud systems abut other work.

(8) Extend partition stud system through acoustical ceilings and
elsewhere as indicated to the structural support or substrate above the
ceiling.

(9) Space studs 16" o.c., except as otherwise indicated.

(10) 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.

(11) Space wall furring members 16" o.c., except as otherwise indi-
cated. Nail or screw furring members to structual support.

(12) 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 gyosum board
a long.

B. GYPSUM BOARD BASE INSTALLATION:

(1) Pre-Installation Conference: Meet at the project site with the
installers of related work and review the coordination ana secuencing of
work to ensure that every ing to be concealed by gypsum base has been


A '.








09215 VENEER PLASTER PAGE 5


accomplished, and that chases, access panels, openings, supplementary
framing and blocking and similar provisions have been completed.

(E) General Standards: Comply with requirements for fire-resistance
ratings, GA-151, and manufacturer's instructions and recommendations,
whichever is the most stringent.

(3) Install ceiling boards in the direction and manner which will
minimize the number of end-butt joints, and which will avoid end joints in
the central area of each ceiling. Stagger end joints at least 1'-0".

(4) Install wall/partition boards vertically to avoid end-butt joints
wherever possible. At stairwells and similar high walls, install boards
horizontally with end joints staggered over studs.

(5) Cover both faces of steel studs with gypsum board in concealed
spaces (above ceilings, etc.), except in chase walls which are properly
Sbraced internally.

S(6) Isolate edges of gypsum board from abutment with structure except
at floors. Provide 1/4" to 1/2" space for trim and sealant. Except as
otherwise indicated, seal space with acoustical sealant, coordinated with
trim.

(7) Floating Construction: Where recommended by gypsum board manufac-
turer, and for internal corners of work on wood framing- install gypsum
board with "floating" internal corner construction, except where isolation,
control or expansion joints are indicated. -

(9) Space fasteners in gypsum boards in accordance with GA-151 and
manufacturer-'s recommendations, except as otherwise indicated.

C. SPECIAL GYPSUM BOARD APPLICATIONS:

(1) Single Layer Ceilings: Install gypsum base orior to i'" -^?
wall/partition board installation.

Fasten with screws, or with nails where permitted.

(2) Single Layer Walls and Partitions: Install gypsum base for veneer
plaster.

Fasten with screws, or with nails where permitted.

D. INSTALLATION OF TRIM AND JOINT TAPE:

(1) General: 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 to substrate in accordance
with manufacturer's instructions and recommendations.

(2) Install metal corner beads at external corners of veneer plaster
work.





09215 VENEER PLASTER PAGE 6


(3) Install metal edge trim whenever edge of gypsur board would other-
wise be exposed or semi-exposed. Provide type with face flanges for
embedment in plaster, except where semi-finishing type is indicated.
Install J-type trim where work is tightly abutted to other work. Install
U-type trim where edge is exposed, revealed, gasketed, or sealant-filled
(including expansion joints).

(4) Install joint tape on gypsum board joints (including internal
corners) to be covered with veneer plaster. Comply with manufacturer's
recommendations for attachment and embedment of tape in plaster or other
joint compound, and for pre-filling of joints. Provide mesh-type, except
comply with gypsum board manufacturer's recommendations and requirements
for fire-resistance ratings.

E. VENEER PLASTERING:

(1) General Plastering Standards: Except as otherwise indicated,
comply with plaster manufacturer's instructions, GF-151, and requirements
for fire-resistance ratings, whichever is the most stringent.

(2) Grout hollow metal frames and similar units occurring in the
veneer plastered systems, using plaster grout materials recommended by the
manufacturer. Grout prior to gypsum base installation where necessary for
proper access.

(3) Grounds: Where frames and other units in the veneer plastering
act as grounds (not including trim accessories) for flush plastering,
groove finish coat at juncture with the other work. -,

(4) Mixing and Application: Machine mix plaster, except for small
amounts of work requiring less than one bag of plaster; and aooly to
substrate either by machine or by hand as required to produce the required
texture of finished plastering.

(5) Trowel veneer olaster finish-coat to a smooth, dense finish.

(6) Plastering: Except as otherwise indicated, provide one-coat
application of veneer plaster on surfaces shown or scheduled for veneer
plaster finish.

(7) Concealed Surfaces: Except as otherwise indicated, where c "
cealed areas occur in veneered plastering work, veneer olastering ny be ( ,[
omitted for major areas including areas to receive acoustical tile behind
wood wainscot and under other permanently applied finishes. Do not omit
veneer plastering behind casework, furniture, furnishings and similar remo-
vable work. / / -..

F. CLEANING AND PROTECTION: S, ,:. L ,-L

(1) Remove temporary coverings used to protect other work.

(2) Remove plaster soillage promptly from door frames, windows and
otner adjoining work. Repair surfaces which have been damaged by plaster-
ing work.

I

/, ,0v;-- -- ? F,-
i~:~C in -)







\

0 t9650 RESILIENT FLOORING PAGE 3

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.

Tightly cement flooring to subbase without open cracks, voids,
raising and puckering at joints, telegraphing of adhesive spreader marks,
or other surface imperfections.

(2) Sheet Flooring: Lay sheet flooring to provide as few seams as
possible with economical use of materials. No piecing of short ends will be
allowed.

Match edges for color shading and pattern at seams in compliance
with manufacturer's recommendations, such as reversing adjoining sheet of
same roll, so that abutting edges are from same edge of roll.

Prepare seams in vinyl sheet flooring with manufacturer's special
routing tool and heat weld with vinyl thread in accordance with
manufacturer's instructions, to form "seamless" installation.

(3) 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.

If applicable, apply wax and buff, with type of wax, number of
coats and buffing procedures in compliance with flooring manufacturer's
i instruct ions.


END OF SECTION 09650








09650 RESILIENT FLOORING PAGE 2

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. SHEET FLOORING:

Filled Vinyl Sheet Flooring: FS L-F-475, Type II, Grade A, 6 foot width by
roll lengths as long as possible, heavy 0.085" gauge with inorganic mineral
fiber type. Wearing surface thickness shall be not less than 0.050".

Vinyl sheet flooring shall be Armstrong Corlon 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.

<3) Welding Thread: Vinyl thread or rod as produced by manufacturer of
sheet vinyl flooring and intended for heat sealing of joints to form
"seamless" installation; color to match field color of flooring.

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 resoonsini lity for completed work.

(1) Use level in compound as recommended by flooring manufacturer for
filling small cracks and depressions in subfloors. DO NOT USE unless
aporoved'by Architect.




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs