Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Subcontracts
Title: [Outline Specifications and Preliminary Cost Estimate and correspondence]
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Title: Outline Specifications and Preliminary Cost Estimate and correspondence
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Subcontracts
Physical Description: Maintenance record
Language: English
Publication Date: 1988
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Divider: DOS 8449-A, Govt. House 87-88
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00095506
Volume ID: VID00010
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS AND PRELIMINARY COST ESTIMATE

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SUBMISSION

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

March 13, 1988

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







DIVISION 1 GINRIAL IBUIRINEU


01015 BASE BID, ALTERAMIS, AN) ALLWACES

BASE BID WORK shall include the following:

a. Exterior:

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

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

b. First Floor East Wing Multipurpose Room:

(1) Provide new veneer plaster at existing exterior walls and
interior columns, new portions of suspended ceilings, on one wall of the
vault converted to Staff Room, and new partition under stair.

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

(3) Provide new floor slab over existing tunnels and fill.
Provide new tunnel below floor connecting new HVAC equipment with exis-
ting tunnel. Provide new CMU partitions in tunnels separating supply
from return; partitions shall be provided with access doors.

(4) Provide new landing at steps frnm Main Lobby into East
Wing. Relocate existing steps. Provide new handrails.

(5) 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 doors at entrance from
Main Lobby and 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.

(6) Provide reconstructed baseboards and other millwork as
required.

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

(8) Paint existing and new surfaces not otherwise finished.

(9) Provide a new 5-ton (size to be verified) 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 regis-
ters 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






DIVISION 1 PAGE 2


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.

(10) 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 dimners.

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

c. First Floor Auditorium Area:

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

(a) Remove the existing partition on east side of Audito-
rium and replace with a 2 hour rated partition. Remove, store, and
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 to be provided by others. Existing display win-
dows and ticket window shall remain. Provide fire-rated rolling fire
shutter above ticket window; remove and reinstall cabinets and counter-
top at ticket window. If possible, reinstall existing marble on Lobby
side of existing partition where marble was replaced by later finishes.

(b) On the east and south sides of the Stage provide a
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.

(c) Existing ductwork above the new east partition shall
be removed and replaced with new ductwork shaped to be located entirely
to the east of the new rated partition. Existing diffusers serving the
Main Lobby shall remain, but diffusers with fire dampers shall be pro-
vided 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.

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






DIVISION 1 PAGE 3


c. Second Floor Corridor and East Wing Office Area:

(1) 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.

(2) 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.

ALTERNATE 1 SHALL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

Under an allowance of $30.00 per square yard, provide new carpeting in
the Multipurpose Room. Carpet shall be selected by the Owner from
samples submitted by the Contractor. Allowance shall include all costs,
including overhead, profit, installation, material, labor, delivery, and
storage (if required).

01040 SPECIAL PRIVISIONS

Contractor shall prepare, file and post a Notice of Commencement as
required by the Mechanics' Lien Law, Chapter 713, Florida Statutes.

Preconstruction, safety and progress conferences shall be required.

Contractor shall be required to secure all construction materials and
building equipment during periods designated by US Weather Bureau as
hurricane warnings or alerts.

All historic materials and artifacts discovered at the site shall remain
the property of the Owner.

01050 MISCELANHIOS RoQUIRIENS

All work shall conform with applicable local and state codes.

01060 QUALITY CONTROL, TRIALS AND SUBSTITUTIONS

Inspection and testing of construction materials and activities by an
approved engineering testing company may be required. If required, all
testing costs will be paid by the Owner.

No substitutions will be considered unless written request has been
submitted to the Architect for approval. Any substitutions approved by
the Architect will be set forth in a change order.

01300 SUBMITALS

SHOP DRAWINGS: Complete shop drawings shll be required to be submitted
to the Architect for approval for all fabricated items prior to
fabrication.

MATERIALS: A complete list of all materials, equipment, etc., together
with manufacturers' drawings and catalog information shall be submitted













DIVISION 1 PAGE 4


to the Architect for approval prior to ordering material or equipment.

COST BREAKDOWN: An itemized cost breakdown shall be required to be
submitted to the Architect for approval within 30 days of Notice to
Proceed.

PROJECT SCHEDULE: An itemized project schedule shall be required to be
submitted to the Architect for approval within 30 days of Notice to
Proceed.

01500 TEMPORARY FACILITIES

GENERAL: Owner shall provide drinking water and temporary toilets
for use during construction in compliance with local codes. Facilities
shall be located at the discretion of the Owner. A job telephone will be
provided by the Owner.

TEMPORARY UTILITIES: Temporary services are not required except within
the building; Contractor shall make all necessary connections and remove
all evidence of temporary services at completion of work.

PROTECTIONS: Contractor shall protect existing site improvements around
existing building from damage during construction activities. Contractor
shall be required to replace or repair construction related damage, at no
additional cost to Owner, to condition existing at start of construction.

PROJECT SIGN: Contractor shall provide a project sign if required by
funding source. If required, provide 4' x 8' painted sign located as
directed by the Owner. Sign shall include project name, Owner's name,
Agency's name, General Contractor's name, and Architect's name.

01700 PROJECT CLOSBDUT

FINAL CLEANING: Clean new and adjacent construction; provide final
painting.

PUNCH LIST: Complete all items noted on the Substantial Completion Punch
List.

FINAL SUBMITTALS: Provide all equipment and operational manuals,
guarantees, releases of lien, and as-built drawings.



























DIVISION 2 SITE WORK

02040 SIE WORK

SCOPE: As required for new handicap ramp.

FILL: Clean sand, free of organic material.

TOPSOIL: Clean, suitable for plantings.

COMPACTION: Subgrade under walks and new construction shall be compacted
toa density fo 95% modified Proctor inaccordance with ASTM D1557.

CONCRETE: Structural concrete as specified under Division 3. Walks shall
be 5" thick, 3,000 psi concrete reinforced with 6x6 10/10 wwm.
























03310 -


CONCRETE


MATERIALS: Aggregate to ASTM C-33, cement to ASTM C-150, reinforcing to
ASTM A-615 Grade 60, welded wire mesh to ASTM A-185.

FORMS: Plywood: 5-ply 5/8" form plywood. Form coating: penetrating,
sprayable chemical sealer Fed. Spec. P-0-361. Expansion Joint Fiber
Filler: ASTM D-175. Joint Sealer: Rubberized Asphalt Fed. Spec. SSS-
164. Curing compound: Membrane forming, resin base ASIM C-309.

READY-MIXED CONCRETE: ASTM Serial Designation C-94.

CONCRETE TESTING: Mix design not required; field testing by an approved
engineering testing laboratory if required by Owner.

PROTECTION: Protect from injurious action by rain, sun, and mechanical
injury.

CURING: Start as soon as concrete has hardened, or as soon as forms are
removed.

CLEANING: Remove from premises all drippings, wasted concrete, or other
concrete not incorporated in the work.


CONCXMEIE



























DIVISION 4 MRSBW

04200 UNIT MASERl

STANDARDS: Masonry work shall comply with the requirements of the current
edition, as amended, of the Standard Building Code.

MATERIALS: Concrete masonry units to ASTM C-90. Mortar to ASTM C-216, Type
M. Accessories: galvanized metal anchors, accessories and reinforcing as
required.

PRECAUTIONS: All masonry work shall comply with normal construction
standards and precautionary measures with respect to weather, protection,
methods, workmanship, leakage, and expansion.

























DIVISION 5 MWES

05500 MEL FABRICATINS

MATERIALS: Structural steel to ASTM A-36. Pipe to ASTM A-53, Schedule
40. Reinforcing Steel to ASTM A-615, Deformed, Grade 40. Hot-Dip Zinc
Galvanizing to ASTM A-123. Fastenings as required, complying with
standard ASTM specifications. Primer: red lead or zinc chromate.

SHOP TREATMENT: Hot dip galvanize all ferrous metal items to be exposed
to the weather; coat all other metal with one heavy coat of metal
primer.

FABRICATION: Fabricate using best current practices and to applicable
industry standards.

DETAIL REQUIREMENTS: Pipe railings and handrails shall be welded steel
with joints ground smooth.















DIVISION 6 WOCD AN PLASTICS


06100 RIUGH CRPEN~Rff

MATERIALS:

Structural timber: grade-marked SYP.
Studs: grade-marked Douglas fir or western red cedar.
Plywood: Douglas fir, US Commercial Standard CS 45.
Adhesives: Fed. Spec. MMM-A-125.
Lag Bolts: Fed. Spec. FF-B-561.
Nails and Spikes: Fed. Spec. FF-N-105, FF-S-606.
Bolts: Fed. Spec. FF-B-571, FF-B-575.
Wood Screws: Fed. Spec. FF-S-111.
Preservative Treatment: Fed. Spec. TT-W-571, TT-W-572.
Flameproof Treatment (if required): AWPA No. C-20B.
Rough hardware: provide as required.

TREATMENT: All wood in contact with concrete, steel or masonry shall be
pressure-treated. Lumber shall be fire-retardant treated in areas as
required by code.

TEMPORARY SHORES AND BRACING: Provide for all work adequate for safety
of the project and safety for workmen.

06200 FINISH CARPEBTR

QUALITY STANDARDS: Architectural Woodwork Institute, "Qality Standards
of. the Architectural Woodwork Industry." Custom grade.

MATERIALS: Work to match original shall match original grades and
species as closely as possible. Contemporary base and wall cabinets in
Staff Room shall be finished with plastic laminate, 1/16" thick for
horizontal surfaces and 1/32" thick for vertical surfaces. Display cases
in contract shall be painted plywood or material selected by Owner.

HARDWARE: Provide cabinet hardware as noted.


FABRICATION: Meet AWI Section 400.


























DIVISION 7 IHBIES & MDISTORE P1Egm ION

07920 SEALING Al) CALKING

APPLICATION: Use sealants at exterior, caulking at interior.

MATERIALS:

Sealant: gun grade, polyurethane-based elastomeric material
conforming to FS-TT-S-00227E, Class A, Type 2 (non-sag).
Caulking: one-part acrylic latex gun grade caulking compound.
Backup materials, joint cleaner, joint primer-sealer: as
recommended by sealant and caulking manufacturers.

INSTALLATION: Clean joints, install backer rods and sealant or caulking
as recommended by the manufacturer. Remove excess and spillage. Complete
caulking prior to final coat of paint.

















DIVISION 8 DOCRS A)U WI% WS

08220 WOOD AN) METAL DOORS ANH METL FRAMBS

MATERIALS:

Wood doors: Stock doors as indicated.

Metal doors and frames: Comply with SDI "Recommended Specification
Standards for Standard Steel Doors and Frames," SDI-100. Provide UL
labels. Install in accordance with NFPA 80.

Access doors: Metal, with UL label.

08800 GLASS AND GLZING

STANDARDS: Comply with Florida Safety Galzing Standards and ANSI Z-97.1.

MATERIALS AND INSTALLATION:

Material: 1/4" thick polished plate glass and laminated safety
glass.

Installation: In accordance with Flat Glass Jobbers Association
Glazing Manual specifications.

08710 FINISH BRDWARE

APPLICATION: As required for proper operation, fastening and locking at
new and existing doors where indicated.

MATERIALS: Commercial grade stock hardware compatible with the remaining
original hardware. Key into the existing Sargent 6-tumbler system. Provide
panic devices at required exits in the Multipurpose Room.







DIVISION 9 FINISHES


09220 FASTER ANi VENEER PLASTER

APPLICATION: Where necessary, patch existing plaster with new three-coat
plaster. Install existing decorative brackets which have been removed
and stored. Provide veneer plaster as indicated.

FIRE RATINGS: Where indicated, construct assemblies to obtain fire-
rating as required by applicable codes, and provide manufacturers' test
certificates.

STANDARDS: Plaster to ANSI A421, "Specifications for Gypsum
Plastering." Veneer plaster to Gypsum Association GA-150, "Application
of Gypsum Base for Veneer Plasters and Application of Gypsum Veneer
Plaster."

THICKNESS: Plaster patching shall match existing but not less than 3/4".
Veneer plaster: 3/32".

MIX: Plaster to ANSI A421. Veneer plaster as recommended by
manufacturer.

INSTALLATION: Plaster to ANSI A42.J. Veneer plaster on metal studs or
metal or wood furring with one layer of gypsum base board and two coats
of plaster.

09260 GYPSCM WRLBCOARD AND SHAWALL

APPLICATION: Shaftwall at Auditorium east wall partition, gypsum
wallboard at new partition behind stage.

STANDARDS: Gypsum Association Specification GA-216 and ANSI A42.4.

FIRE RATED ASSEMBLIES: Provide materials and installations identical
with applicable assemblies which have been tested and listed by
recognized authorities.

MATERIALS: Gypsum board to ASTM C-36, Type "X" and 5/8" thick where fire
rated, 1/2" elsewhere, water-resistant in Staff Room. Shaftwall to
applicable Gypsum Association specifications. Joint treatment:
perforated type joint tape and ready-mixed vinyl type joint compound.
Support systems shall be metal studs and metal suspension systems to
industry standards.

09650 REILIT FLOORIG

MATERIAL AND INSTALLATION: Sheet vinyl, Armstrong Corlon or approved, as
selected for Staff floor. Vinyl base: 4" high, premolded corners, cove
type, installed to manufacturer's standards.

09900 PAINTING

COLORS: Colors and gloss shall match existing or shall be compatible
with existing as determined.























DIVISION 9 PAGE 2


MATERIALS: First-line products of Glidden, Sherwin-Williams, Devoe, or
other approved national manufacturers.

INSTALLATION: In strict accordance with manufacturers' instructions.

SCHEDULE:

Exterior:

Metals: Primer and two coats alkyd industrial enamel.
Wood: Primer and two coats alkyd gloss or semigloss enamel.

Interior:

Gypsum board and shaftwall: Two coats lowgloss latex enamel.
Plaster and veneer plaster: Two coats of flat latex or alkyd
to match existing.
Metals: Primer and two coats alkyd enamel.
Painted wood: Ohe coat undercoater, two coats semigloss alkyd
enamel.
Stained wood: Stain, one coat sanding sealer unless other
finishes are documented or selected.




























DIVISION 10 SPE~ TIES


Not required.

DIVISION 11 IIIIPMI

11040 S'TFF IOXM EQUIPME

Provide KitchenAid residential dishwasher. Refrigerator and microwave
oven are not in contract.

DIVISISS 12 14

Not required.















15008 HEATING, VENTIIP AING, AM) AIR C(H)ITIONING

DESIGN TEMPERATURES:

Indoor: Summer 76 degrees F db, 50% RH
Winter 75 degrees F db

Outdoor: Summer 94 degrees F db, 79 degrees F wb
Winter 25 degrees F db

VENTILATION: Mechanical in Staff Room, 1 CFM/S.F.

HEATING AND COOLING CAPACITY: One aircooled, split system heat pump type
air conditioning unit with auxiliary electric resistance heat will provide
the heating and cooling requirements for the Multipurpose Room. All other
areas included as work of this contract will be heated and cooled by
existing systems. One existing condensing unit now located on the second
floor south balcony of the east wing will be relocated to a flat roof.

AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS: Air distribution from indoor air handler and
fan will be via sheetmetal ductwork systems located in existing subfloor
concrete tunnel, except return air shall utilize existing concrete tunnel
for plenum.

BUILDING TEMPERATURE CONTROLS: Control by key-accessed thermostat, wall
mounted, near return air grille.

ENERGY CONSERVATION: None required; existing construction is adequate.

15400 PLUmING

GENERAL: New potable water and sanitary lines in the Staff Room will tie
into existing lines located in the immediate area of the new work.

MATERIALS: Soil, waste, and vent piping will be service weight cast iron,
no hub or PVC above grade. Domestic water piping will be copper with shock
arrestors to protect piping.

FIXTURES: Sink will be stainless steel; dishwasher will be KitchenAid
domestic type or approved equal.


FIRE PROTECTION: Existing to remain.


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DIVISION 16 ELH.MRICA .


16008 ELTRrICAL

GENERAL: Work is limited to installation of new branch panel "A" in the
new air handler space to provide lighting and power to the new HVAC
equipment, the Staff Roan, and the Multipurpose Roan; to lighting and
power in the revised display cases and new fire partition at the Main and
South Lobbies served by new branch panel "B", and to providing power to one
new condensing unit and one relocated condensing unit on the existing flat
roof above the HSAPB offices.

ELECTRICAL DESIGN: Provide a new 150 amp 208/120 volt 3-phase branch panel
"A" and a new 60 amp branch panel "B" located as shown on the drawings and
served from the existing 700 amp 208/120 volt 3-phase main panel in the
basement.

LIGHTING DESIGN: Existing historic fixtures shall be reused in the Multipur-
pose Room and a new fluorescent ceiling fixture shall be provided in the
Staff Room. Provide for display case lighting at all display cases. Provide
for future track lighting in the Multipurpose Room as shown. Self-contained
exit light fixtures and emergency battery units shall be provided in the
Multipurpose Room in accordance with NFPA 101.

WIRING SYSTEM: All conductors shall be in raceways, concealed in public
spaces. Raceways exposed to the weather, below grade, or subject to physi-
cal damage shall be rigid zinc coated steel. Raceways concealed and above
grade shall be electrical metallic tubing. All conductors shall be copper.
For general use wiring, No. 12 and 10 shall be solid conductors with
insulation type 'HW or IHNN and No. 8 and larger shall be stranded
conductors with insulation type THW.

GROUNDING SYSTEM: Grounding shall be in compliance with NEC Article 250 and
all local codes.

MAIN SERVICE EQUIPMENT: Existing 700 amp panel, recently installed.

PANELBOARDS: Shall be of the circuit breaker type mounted at the locations
indicated.

ELECTRICAL METERING: Existing.

DESIGN CRITERIA: Sources shall be NEC and NFPA 101, latest editions.
Demand factors: lighting, 100%; receptacles, 50%; equipment, 50%; air
conditioning, 100%. Spare capacity included in all panels and feeders: 10%.
Ambient temperature is assumed to be 30 degrees C. Voltage drop shall be no
more than 3% for branch circuits or 5% for feeder circuits to include the
total branch and feeder circuit to the farthest outlet. Circuits shall have
a maximum of 3 current carrying conductors per conduit run. Maximum branch
circuit loading shall be 80% of breaker rating.




















PRIU4MINARY -CST ESTIM-E

Site work:

Concrete and masonry work:

Doors and frames:

Millwork and casework:

Plaster, veneer plaster,
and finishing:

Mechanical:

Electrical:


Total Construction:

Total Contingency:

Total Fees, including
Authorization #1:

Total Allowances:


TOTAL BUDGET:


$ 1,500

3,000

9,000

11,000


49,000

22,500

16,500


$ 112,500

9,690


13,847

1,285


$ 137,322







SHGPARD
ASSOCIATES

ARCHITECTS
& PLANNERS
INCORPORATED





March 14, 1988

Mr. C. E. (Red) Sullivan
Project Manager
Division of Building Construction
Suite 531, Larson Building
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0973

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

Dear Red:

In accordance with contract requirements please find the Design Development
Submission for the referenced project enclosed.

In accordance with Article 9.1 of the Contract, this submission includes
five sets of the following:

Design Development Drawings.
Outline Specifications, including a preliminary cost estimate.
Letter of Design Development approval from the Historic St. Augustine
Preservation Board, pending your approval.

A statement and invoice routing slip are also enclosed.

Please call if you have any questions or need additional information.

Thank you.

Best regards,



Herschel E. epard AA
Architect

cy: Robert Steinbach, HSAPB (all end)


HERSCHEL E. SHEPARD FAIA
2111 CORPORATE SQUARE BOULEVARD


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32216


(904) 721-2111







SHEPARD
ASSOCIATES

ARCHITECTS
& PLANNERS
INCORPORATE 0D



March 14, 1988

Mr. C. E. (Red) Sullivan
Project Manager
Division of Building Construction
Suite 531, Larson Building
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0973

RE: Project Number DOS-8449-A
Correct Life Safety Violations and Renovate East Wing, Government
House, St. Augustine, Florida
STATEMENT FOR DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SUBMISSION

Dear Red:

In accordance with Paragraph 10.1.1 of the Owner and Architect-Engineer
Agreement for the referenced project dated December 28, 1987, the following
is a statement for Basic Services performed to date:

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE:

Upon Submittal of Documents: . . .. S 1,750

Upon Approval of Documents: . . . . 1,750


TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $ 3,500

Thank you.

Sincerely yours,



Herschel E. Shed FAIA
Architect


HERSCHEL E. SHEPARD FAIA
2111 CORPORATE SQUARE BOULEVARD


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32216


(904) 721-2111





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JiiStoric StjtAu5u tine

,PfcServat ion boadr
The State of Florida


March 11, 1988






Mr. C. E. (Red) Sullivan, Project Director
Division of Building Construction
Suite 531, Larson Building
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0973

RE: Project Number DOS-8449-0973
Correct Life Safety Violations and Renovate East Wing,
Government House, St. Augustine, Florida.

Dear Mr. Sullivan,

This agency approves of the Design Development drawings and
specifications as submitted, subject to approval by both DGS and
the State Fire Marshall.

Sincerely,


Robert H. Steinbach
Museum Administrator


xc. R. Gold, H. Shepard


POST OFFICE BOX 1987
(904) 824-3355


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32085
(SUNCOM) 821-5455




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