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OUTLINE SPECIFICATION

ANDERSON HALL ADAPTIVE USE



Section 1 General Requirements.......................... p 1

Section 2 Site Work .................................. p 2

Section 3 Concrete ........................... ... ... P 7

Section 4 Unit Masonry Work...............................p 10

Section 5 Structural Steel..............................p 14

Section 6 Carpentry.................................... 17

Section 7 Moisture and Thermal Protection................p 20

Section 8 Doors and Windows.............................p 24

Section 9 Finishes.................................... p 27

Section 10 Specialties ................................. .p 30

Section 11 Equipment.. ....................... ... ...... p 31

Section 12 Furnishings ................................. .p 32

Section 13 Special Conditions.............................p 33

Section 14 Conveying Systems ..............................p 34

Section 15 Mechanical Systems Overview ...................p 35

Section 16 Electrical Systems Overview ...................p 38















General Requirements


1.1.0 Purpose of Specification: This outline specification is intended
to supplement the drawings in supplying the information to
adequately describe the rehabilitation process and as required
for a preliminary estimate of cost. It is not a complete and
detailed specification and the estimator shall base his estimate
on the best normal practice for a building of this type even
when such requirements are not specifically stated.

1.2.0 Separation of these putline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to establish
limits of work.

1.3.0 General Conditions: as follow

1.3.1 The General Conditions of the contract for construction,'.AIA
Document A 201, latest edition, shall apply to the work as
applicable except as modified by the special conditions.

1,3.2 Contractor shall carry insurance in adequate amounts as follows:
public liability, property damage, automobile bodily injury
and property damage, liability and workmen's compensation.

1.3.3 Special Provisions: Special provisions shall be as required for
the project.

1.3.4 Base Bid and Alternates: Additive Alternates to be determined at a
later date.

1.3.5 Temporary Construction and Facilities: Job telephone, drinking water,
temporary enclosures, contractors offices, sanitary facilities,
etc., incorporated in General, Supplemental and Special Conditions
(standard forms).


END OF SECTION ONE


Section One





Section Two Site Work


General The extent of Site Work operations includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the provision of all required labor,
materials, equipment and services necessary for the complete
renovation of the building as indicated on drawings and in
full conformity with all standards as set forth by the
General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to establish
limits of work. The extent of site clearing is shown on the
drawings. Site work operations include, but are not necessarily
limited to the following:

2.1.0 Site Clearing

2.1.1 Removal

2.1.1a Removal of trees and other vegitation

2.1.1b Removal of above grade improvements

2.1.1c Removal of certain below grade improvements

2.1.1d Complete removal of all stumps as required and removal from owners
property of all waste materials and unsuitable and excess topsoil
and legally dispose of it.

2.1.2 Precautions

2.1.2a Protection of existing trees

2.1.2b Care of existing trees and shrubs during construction

2.1.3 General

2.1.3a Topsoil stripping

2.1.3b Clearing and Grubbing

2.1.3c Shrub and tree pruning

2.1.3d Shrub and tree relocation

2.1.3e Stockpiling of topsoil

2.2.0 Demolition

2.2.1 Removal

2.2.1a Removal of existing paving as required

2.2.1b Removal of the exterior stair at the east facade

2.2.1c Removal of existing interior structure, framing, partition systems





and all interior finishes as required for rehabilitation


2.2.1d Removal of exterior hardware as required for rehabilitation

2.2.le Removal of windows and doors as required for rehabilitation

2.2.1f Removal of all existing electrical equipment including wiring,
conduit, fixtures and hardware as required for rehabilitation

2.2.1g Removal of all existing mechanical equipment including all
supply, waste and steam pipes, fixtures and hardware as required
for rehabilitation.

2.2.1h Removal of all floor framing and roof members damaged by fire
as required for rehabilitation.

2.2.2 Saftey: The contractor shall be responsible for assuring the
saftey of the structure on which demolition work is being done
as well as surrounding structures and elements. Proper saftey
precautions shall be taken as to protect, at all times, members
of the construction team as well as individuals who may be at
the perimeter of the job site.

2.2.3 Disposal: Disposal of excess and waste materials shall be done such
that these materials are legally disposed of off of the owners
site.

2.2.4 Miscellanous Demolition: Various kinds and amounts of demolition
work are required where new construction connects to or overlaps
existing construction. Certain areas within the existing structure
will require demolition work in order to permit areas to be
remodelled as required.

2.2.4a Required exits from all parts of the existing structures must be
maintained during demolition.

2.2.4b Equipment removed from the existing building during demolition
shall be turned over to the University of Florida Physical Plant
for their use as replacement elements for existing facilities.

2.2.4c Protect the adjacent structures and areas from damage during
demolition. Any damage caused to the adjacent structures or areas
as a result of the demolition work shall be repaired at no additional
cost to the owner. Protect existing areas exposed as a result
of demolition work from damage due to weather and other causes
as required.

2.2.4d Mechanical and electrical services removed, relocated, etc.,
shall be kept in service, capped off, etc., according to the requirements
of the conditions.

2.2.4e Areas of the building opened to the weather by demolition shall be
repaired to conform with the adjacent areas at no additional cost
to the owner. The project will be completed in a workmanshiplike
manner, delivering to the owner a building acceptable by the
governing bodies for the function intended.





2.3.0 Earthwork

2.3.1 Existing Utilities: Locate existing underground utilities by
careful hand excavation. If utilities are to remain in place,
provide protection from damage during construction operations.
Should uncharted or incorrectly charted piping or other utilities
be encountered during excavation, consult the Architect immediately
for directions as to procedure. Cooperate with owner and utility
companies in keeping respective services and facilities in
operation.

2.3.2 Removal of Existing Underground Utilities: Demolish and completely
remove from site existing underground utilities whose functions
are replaced by new systems. Coordinate with local utility
companies for shut-off services if lines are active.

2.3.3 Damaged Utilities: Repair all damaged utilities to the satisfaction
of the utility owner.

2.3.4 Interruption of Utilities: Do not interrupt existing utilities
serving facilities occupied and used by the owner and others, except
when permitted in writing by the architect, and then only after
temporary utility services have been provided.

2.3.5 Explosives: The use of explosives will not be permitted

2.3.6 Protection of Persons and Property: Persons and property shall
be protected as required by such means as the contractor deems
satisfactory.

2.3.7 Excavation: Excavation consists of removal and disposal of
material encountered to obtain subgrade elevations. Excavate
with suitable power equipment and by suitable methods all
materials as required for new construction.

2.3.7a Execute structural excavation as required for installation of
the elevator, plumbing and mechanical equipment.

2.3.7b Execute excavation as required for dampproofing and/or waterproofing
foundation walls and footings.

2.3.7c Execute excavation as required for construction or installation
of all site utilities

2.3.8 Shoring and Bracing: Provide materials for shoring, bracing
and underpinning as required, such as but not limited to,
sheet piling, uprights, stringers and cross-braces, in good
servicable condition. Maintain shoring and bracing in excavations
regardless of the time period excavations will be open.

2.3.9 Material Storage: Stockpile satisfactory excavated materials where
directed, until required for backfill or fill. Place, grade
and shape stockpiles for proper drainage.

2.3.10 Backfill: Backfill with earth and granular materials suitable for
compaction under all slabs. Backfill with earth capable of maintaining
plant growth top 18 inches of planting areas plus 4 inches of
topsoil. Rake level and smooth. Dispose of excess soil material





and waste materials such as unsatisfactory excavated soil material,
trash and debris, legally, off.of the owners property.

2.3.11 Compaction: Perform compaction of soil materials for backfills
and fills using suitable soil compaction equipment and material
to be compacted and work area locations as required. Control soil
compaction during construction for compliance with percentage
of maximum density required for each area classification.

2.3.12 Disposal of Excess and Waste Materials: Remove excess excavated material,
trash, debris and waste materials, from the owners property and
legally dispose of it.

2.4.0 Soil Treatment

2.4.1 Soil Treatment: All the areas that are excavated and all soil
or granular materials used for backfill and compaction shall
be chemically treated with poison or chemical repellents needed
to control termites, vermin and undesirable plant growth.

2.4.2 Restrictions: Soil treatment solutions are not to be applied until
excavating, filling and grading operations are completed, except
as otherwise required in construction operations. To ensure
penetration, do not a-ply soil treatment to excessively wet
soils or during inclement weather.

2.5.0 Site Drainage: Complete all site drainage work necessary for
the rehabilitation of the building as required. Remove and replace
all parts of the subdrainage system and drainage structures for
efficient operation of the system, as required. Install new
drainage fixtures as required and prepare finish grading as is
necessary for proper run-off from building.

2.6.0 Site Utilities: Complete all work necessary for the rehabilitation
or installation of all site utilities as required for the renovation
of the building, including; water distribution system, waste water
collection system, steam and chilled water systems and electrical
system.

2.6.1 Maintenence of Service: Progress in the work will occur while
existing, adjacent school facilities are in use. Under no
circumstances shall water and sewer services be interrupted
when classes are in session. Connection of the new facilities to
the existing system shall take place only during periods when
classes are not in session.

2.6.2 Existing Utilities: Existing utilities not shown on drawings may
be encountered. Proper precautions shall be taken so that damage
and the resulting loss of service will be minimized. Existing
utilities damaged during construction shall be repaired at no
expense to the owner and to the satisfaction of the utility owner.
Existing utilities whose functions are replaced by new systems shall
be removed after completion of these new systems. All connections
to existing utilities shall be approved by the architect prior
to covering.





2.7.0 Paving and Surfacing: Complete all paving and surfacing necessary
for the renovation of the building as required, including but not
limited to the construction of a wheelchair entry, plaza and
walks. Concrete used in all paving construction shall have a
strength of not less than 2500psi. Color and texture shall match
existing concrete as closely as possible and all ramps and
walks shall have a non-slip surface.

2.7.1 Repairs and Resurfacing: Repairs and resurfacing of walks and
surfaces shall be do;,: as required.

2.7.2 Protection of Walks and Surfaces: All walks and surfaces shall
be protected through the construction process and acceptance is
subject to the approval of the architect.

2.8.0 Site Improvements: Complete all site improvements as required for
the renovation of the building, including the installation of
signs, lighting fixtures, site furnishings and irrigation
system.

2.9.0 Landscaping: The completion of all the landscaping as required
for the rehabilitation of the building and its surroundings,
including:

2.9.1 Preparation and Treatment: Preparation and treatment of soils as
required for growth of plants, shrubs and trees, including:
unchanged grades, new lawns and the reconditioning of existing
lawns.

2.9.2 Provide topsoil as needed for proper preparation of soil.

2.9.3 Provide sod (as required), trees and shrubs to be planted as
indicated.

2.9.4 Removal: Remove diseased or unsatisfactory lawn areas; do not
bury into soil. Remove topsoil containing foreign materials
resulting from contractors operations including oil drippings,
stone, gravel and other loose building materials.

2.9.5 Maintenance Instructions: Submit 2 copies of typewritten instructions
recommending procedures to be established by the owner for the
maintenance of lawns for one full year.


END OF SECTION TWO





Section Three Concrete


General The extent of Concrete operations includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the provision of all required labor,
materials, equipment and services necessary for the complete
renovation of the building as indicated on drawings and in full
conformity with all standards as set forth by the general conditions.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to establish
limits to work. Requirements for cast in place concrete include,
but are not necessarily limited to the following;

3.1.0 Cast in Place Concrete

3.1.1 Use stone concrete except where lightweight is specified. All
concrete shall have a strength of 3000 psi at 28 days unless
otherwise specified.

3.1.2 Use lightweight concrete for all floor topping with a strength
of 3000 psi.

3.1.3 All exposed concrete work shall match existing concrete in color
and texture as closely as possible.

3.2.0 Work to be Performed

3.2.1 New floor slabs and foundation footings for some areas of the
ground floor as required.

3.2.2 As required for construction of interior fire safety stairs at
the west end of the building.

3.2.3 As required for construction of exterior elevator pit, slab and
tower, and fire safety stair at the east end of the building.

3.2.4 As required for any additional structural integrity to the existing
foundation and bearing wall system.

3.2.5 As required for use as a floor topping to be placed on a steel
decking sub-floor, open web bar joist and pipe column structural
system to replace the existing wood post and beam system.

3.2.6 As required for exterior paving, planters, stairs and other
elements of the exterior plaza at the east end of the building.

3.3.0 Concrete Formwork

3.3.1 Description of Work: Furnish labor, materials, equipment, special
tools, supervision and services required to construct and erect
all concrete formwork required to contain concrete during its
curing period and required to properly remove same.

3.3.2 Codes and Standards: Unless otherwise shown or specified, design,
construct, erect, maintain and remove forms and related structures
for cast-in-place concrete work in compliance with, and within





tolerances of, the American Concrete Institute Standard ACI 347,
Recommended Practice for Concrete Formwork.

3.3.3 Form Construction: Forms shall be constructed to conform to the
concrete shape, line, grade, and dimension shown on the drawings.
They shall be tight, unyielding, leakproof and sufficiently rigid
to prevent distortion due to pressure or weight of fresh concrete.
Provide any and all supports, braces, or shores required to insure
good.forms.

3.3.4 Preparation and Maintenance: Before concrete is placed, the
forms shall be thoroughly tightened and cleared of all debris.
Standing water shall be removed from the forms and subgrade.
Forms shall be maintained during the placing operation so that when
forms are removed concrete will be cast as intended by the drawings
with a maximum tolerance in either the vertical or horizontal
plane of 6ne quarter inch in ten feet.

3.3.5 Form Removal: Forms shall be removed in an approved manner under
competent supervision so as to avoid damage to the concrete.

3.4.0 Concrete Reinforcing

3.4.1 Concrete Reinforcement: Furnish labor, materials, equipment,
special tools, supervision and services required to fabricate,
deliver and install all steel reinforcement for all concrete work
as required.

3.4.2 Materials: Materials shall conform to the following requirements:
1) "Deformed Billet-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement",
ASTM designation A615
2) "Welded Steel Wire Fabric for Concrete Reinforcement",
ASTM designation A185
3) Steel Wire: ASTM A82

3.4.3 Execution: The contractor shall be responsible for following
all proper sequences and following all proper procedures regarding
fabrication, preparation and placement of reinforcing steel.

3.4.3a Fabrication: Steel reinforcing will be fabricated to the shape indicated
on approved shop drawings. Fabrication, including bending, shall
be done in the mill or shop. No field bending will be permitted
without approval of the architect. Provide all necessary bar supports,
ties, blocking, chairs, bolsters, spacers and other necessary items
required to support or secure reinforcement against displacement.

3.4.3b Preparation: Reinforcing steel shall be free of dirt, oil, loose
scale or other coatings that would destroy or reduce the bond.
Prior to concrete placement, reinforcing shall be checked, all
tags removed and all bars displaced or bent during the course
of the work shall be restored to their original intended shape
and position.

3.4.3c Placement: Reinforcing shall be set accurately in position
according to approved placement drawings and all spacings shall
be as required.

3.5.0 Concrete inserts and Built-in Work:





Concrete inserts and built in work includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, the furnishing of labor, materials, equipment, special
tools, supervision and services required to install all anchors,
bolts, dovetails, plugs, keys, grounds, inserts, blocking,
sleeves and other builtin work and devices which will be cast
into, embedded or otherwise monolithic with the concrete placement.

3.6.0 Cooperation: Cooperation with other trades in the installation
of items and accessories required by them. All such items required by other
trades (including mechanical and electrical trades), shayl be
furnished by the respective trade for installation by the concrete
trade. Keep all trades informed as to the progress of the work in
order that the furnishing of said items and accessories may
be timed to cause the least delay to the work.


END OF SECTION THREE





Unit Masonry Work


General The extent of unit masonry work includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, the provision of all required labor, materials,
equipment and services necessary for the complete renovation
of the building as indicated on drawings and in full conformity
with all standards as set forth by the General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions
and sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

4.1.0 Description of Work: The extent of each type of unit masonry work
is shown on the drawings and in schedules. Requirements for
unit masonry work include, but are not necessarily limited to,
the following;

4.2.0 Job Conditions: Protect partially completed masonry against
weather, when work is not in progress, by covering top of walls
with strong, non-staining membrane. Extend membrane at least 2
feet down both sides of walls and anchor securely in place.

4.3.0 Concrete Masonry Units:

4.3.1 Size: Manufacturer's standard units with nominal face dimensions
of 16 inches long by 8 inches high by 8 inches wide, unless
otherwise shown.

4.3.2 Hollow Load-bearing CMU: Provide units complying with ASTM
C90 Grade N

4.3.3 Hollow Non Load-bearing CMU: Provide units complying with ASTM
C129

4.3.4 Cure units by atmosphere drying for not less than 30 days before
installation. Comply with Type II classification of ASTM specifications.

4.3.5 Provide manufacturer's standard color and texture, unless otherwise
shown or specified.

4.4.0 Mortar Materials:

4.4.1 Portland Cement: ASTM C150, Type I. Provide natural color or
white cement as required to produce the required mortar color.

4.4.2 Hydrated Lime: ASTM e207, Type S

4.4.3 Sand: ASTM C144, except for joints less than one quarter inch,
use aggregate graded with 100% passing the #16 sieve.

4.4.4 Water: Clean, fresh, free from oil, acid, organic matter or
other deleterious substances.

4.5.0 Masonry Accessories: The contractor shall supply all masonry
accessories necessary for the complete rehabilitation of the
building including, but not necessarily limited to, the following:


Section Four





4.5.1 Continuous wire reinforcing and ties


4.5.2 Welded wire units, ladder type and truss type as required.

4.5.3 Anchoring devices including, but not limited to, straps, bars,
bolts and rods as required.

4.5.4 Concrete inserts

4.5.5 Dovetail slots

4.6.0 Flashings and control joints: Flashings and control joints shall
be provided as required for the complete rehabilitation of the
building, including, but not necessarily limited to the following:

4.6.1 Copper-Fabric Laminate

4.6.2 Metal expansion joint strips

4.6.3 Bond breaker strips

4.6-4 Premolded control joint strips

4.7.0 Execution: The contractor shall properly execute all procedures
necessary for the completion of all unit masonry work, which includes,
but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

4.8.0 Installation: Lay blocks plumb, level, true to line with accurately
spaced courses set to provide three regular coursings per each
24 inches, including horizontal jointing. Maintain thickness
of joints over all. Lay block in running bond unless otherwise
indicated.

4.9.0 Laying Tolerances: Walls, corners, piers and jambs shall be plumb
within a tolerance of one quarter inch in 10 feet; courses
shall be level within a tolerance of one quarter inch in 50
feet; faces of walls shall be straight within a tolerance of
one quarter inch in 50 feet.

4.10.0 Mortar Bedding and Joining:

4.10.1 Mortar Mixes: ASTM C270 Proportion Specifications and of the following
type;
1) Type S for exterior work
2) Type N for interior work

4.10.2 Mortar Mixing: Mortar shall be machine mixed in approved mixer
in which water quantity can be accurately, uniformily controlled.
Small mortar or grout batches when approved may be hand mixed
in tight mortar mixing box. Mixing time shall be approximately
2 minutes mixing for dry materials and 3 minutes for mixing after
addition of water. Total time for mixing shall be 5 minutes
minimum. Mortar standing more than one-half hour shall not be
used. No retempering.





4.11.0 Laying of Hollow CMU: Lay hollow concrete masonry units with
full mortar coverage on horizontal and vertical face shells; also
bed webs in mortar in starting course on footings and foundation
walls and in all cells or cavities to be reinforced or to be filled
with concrete or grout. Provide leveling on masonry to receive
bearing beams, joists, girders and lintels.

4.12.0 Horizontal Joint Reinforcing: Provide continuous horizontal joint
reinforcing as required. Fully embed longitudinal side rods in
mortar for their entire length with a minimum cover of 5/8 inch.
There shall be a minimum cover of 6 inches at the ends of each unit.
Do not bridge control and expansion joints with reinforcing except
at wall openings. Provide continuity at corners and wall intersections.

4.13.0 Control and Expansion Joints: Provide vertical expansion, control
and isolation joints in masonry where shown. Build-in related masonry
accessory items as the masonry work progresses. Rake out mortar
in preparation for application of caulking and sealants. If location
of control joints is not shown, place vertical joints spaced
not to exceed 35 feet on center, control joints at points of
natural weakness in the masonry work.

4.14.0 Flashing: Provide concealed flashings as required for the complete
rehabilitation of the building. Prepare masonry surfaces smooth
and free from projections which might puncture flashing. Place
through-wall flashing on bed of mortar and cover with mortar.
Seal flashing penetrations with mastic before covering with mortar.
Terminate flashing 1/2 inch from face of wall, unless otherwise
shown. Extend flashings beyond edge of lintels and sills (if
any) at least 4 inches and turn up edge on sides to form pan to
direct moisture to exterior. Provide weep holes in the head joints
of the first course of masonry immediately above concealed
flashings. Interlock end joints of deformed metal flashings by
overlapping deformations not less than 1 1/2 inches and seal
lap with elastic sealant. Install flashings in accordance with
manufacturers instructions, Install reglets and nailers for
flashing and other related work where shown to be built into
masonry work.

4.15.0 Masonry Restoration and Cleaning

4.15.1 Replacement of Masonry Units: Remove and replace masonry units
which are loose, chipped, broken, stained or otherwise damaged,
or if units do not match adjoining units as intended. Provide
new units to match adjoining units and install in fresh mortar
or grout, pointed to eliminate evidence of replacement.

4.15.2 Pointing (general): During the tooling of joints, enlarge any voids
or holes, except weep holes, and completely fill with mortar.
Point-up all joints at corners, openings and adjacent work to
provide a neat, uniform appearance, properly prepared for application
of caulking or sealant compounds.

4.15.3 Brick Restoration and Cleaning: Brick restoration and cleaning
operations include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following;





4.15.4 Mortar Restoration Proceedure: Check all mortar joints in exterior
wall and repoint as necessary. Mortar shall be formulated to
match existing color, texture and materials as closely as possible.
For restoration repointing use high lime mortar type S, f'c 1800 psi:
1) Lime: ASTM C207, Type S. Hydrated lime for masonry purposes
2) Cement: ASTM C150, Type I
3) Sand: ASTM C144

4.15.5 Repointing Proceedure:
1) Existing mortar shall be cleaned out to a uniform depth of
one inch.
2) Exercise care to avoid damage to edges of brick,
3) Repoint with concave joint.

4.15.6 Masonry Cleaning Proceedure: Clean brick using super heated water
at low pressure, or steam scrubbing with bristle brushes.
1) A test sample shall be made before walls are cleaned.
2) Brickwork shall be thoroughly cleaned before repointing
such that any loose mortar will be removed before
repointing.

4.15.7 Limestone Restoration and Cleaning Procpedure:
1) Check all Limestone masonry units for damage and replace
as required with Indiana limestone masonry units ASTM
C170 matching existing.
2) Clean all limestone with soap and water solution, scrubbing
with bristle brushes.


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Section Five Structural Steel


General The extent of Structural Steel work includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the furnishing of labor, materials,
equipment, special tools, supervision and services required to
fabricate, deliver and erect all structural steel required for
the complete rehabilitation of the building as indicated on
drawings and in full conformity with all standards as set
forth by the General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.Requirements for structural steel
work include, but are not necessarily limited to, the
following.

5.1.0 Description of Work:

5.1.1 Installation of all structural members such as steel pipe columns,
steel beams, open web bar joists and metal sub floor decking.

5.1.2 Installation of metal studs for all interior wall partition
framing.

5.1.3 Installation of steel pipe railings for fire stairs as required.

5.1.4 Installation of reinforcing steel as required for cast in place
concrete work.

5.2.0 Quality Assurance: Work under this section shall comply with the
applicable portions of the "Standard Specifications for Open
Web, Longspan, and deep Longspan Steel Joist," Steel Joist
Institute.

5.3.0 Structural Steel:

5.3.1 Structural steel shall be ASTM A36. Design, fabrication and
erection shall conform to the requirements of AISC.

5.3.2 Bolts shall be ASTM A307 Grade A with washers. Bolt heads and nuts
should be hexagonal type.

5.3.3 Structural tubing shall conform to ASTM A501 (36,000 psi yield point)
or shall be A 36 steel.

5.3.4 Shop paint for structural steel shall conform to FS TT P 636
(red oxide)

5.3.5 Connections when details are not indicated, the connections shall
be shop welded, field bolted and shall develop the strength required
for full live load plus dead load.

5.4.0 Open Web Steel Joists:

5.4.1 Design, fabrication and erection to comply with AISC SJI specifications.





5.4.2 Bottom chords of joists shall be angle sections.


5.4.3 Paint for steel joists shall be in accordance with SJI specifications.
Types other than asphaltic shall be used in areas where joists
are exposed.

5.4.4 Bedding mortar for base plates shall be a mix composed of one
part portland cement, 2 1/2 parts sand, and 4 1/2 gallons of
water per bag of cement.

5.5.0 Steel Studs:

5.5.1 ASI structural steel punched studs 18 gauge or equal.

5.5.2 Steel studs shall be galvanized and formed from steel that meets
the requirements of ASTM A570-66T, Grade D, except that the steel
shall be 50ksi yield.

5.6.0 Erection: Joists shall be set at proper elevation with spacing
as indicated. Bridging shall be installed before any construction
loads are placed on joists. Bridging shall support chords against
lateral movement during construction period and shall hold joists
in vertical plane. Ends of bridging lines terminating at walls or
beams shall be anchored there-to at top and bottom chords.
Erection, except as otherwise specified, shall comply with the
"Standard Specification" SJI.

5.7.0 Handrails: Handrail installation includes, but is not necessarily limited to,
the following;

5.7.1 Provide extruded aluminum handrail assemblies as required. IPS Schedule 40
aluminum pipe. Assembly shall have welded and ground smooth joints.

5.7.2 Wall brackets shall be satin finished extruded or cast aluminum
suitable for wall materials that they attach to.

5.7.3 Where verticals of handrails are to be set in concrete and not
otherwise detailed, cast into concrete in heavy gauge galvanized
sleeves. Set verticals in sleeves, fill sleeve with molten lead
or quick setting anchor cement.

5.7.4 Fabricate assembly in sections as long as practical. Do not
exceed 4 foot on center post spacing. Rails shall remain
continuous at changes in direction.

5.7.5 Aluminum in contact with concrete or cement mortar shall receive
a-coat of approved alkali resistant bituminous paint before
installation,

5.8.0 Installation: Installation devices and methods include, but
are not necessarily limited to, the following;

5.8.1 Fastening to in-place construction with anchorage devices
as required, such as, threaded fasteners, toggle bolts, through
bolts, lag bolts, wood screws and other connectors.

5.8.2 Perform cutting, fitting, placement and drilling required for 15





the installation of the miscellaneous metal items. Set the work
accurately in location, alignment and elevation, plumb, level,
true and free of rack, measured from established lines and levels.
Provide temporary bracing or anchors in framework for items which
are to be built into concrete, masonry or similar construction.


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Section Six Carpentry


General The extent of rough carpentry work includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the provision of all required labor,
materials, equipment and services necessary for the complete
rehabilitation of the building as indicated on drawings and
in full conformity with all standards as set forth by the General
Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions
and sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

6.1.0 Quality Assurance: Lumber Grading Rules and.Wood Species shall
comply with PS 20. Grading Rules of the following associations
apply to materials furnished under this section;
1) Southern Pine Inspection Bureau (SPIB)
2) Western Wood Products Association (WWPA)

6.2.0 Job Conditions: Installer must examine all parts of the supporting
structure and the conditions under which rough carpentry work
is to be installed, and notify the contractor in writing of
any conditions detrimental to the proper and timely completion
of the work. Do not proceed with the installation until
unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable
to the installer.

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

6.4.0 Fire-Retardant Treatment: Impregnate wood with fire-protective
chemicals to provide a flame spread, fuel contributed and smoke
developed classification of 25 or less with no evidence of
significant progressive combustion when tested for 30 minutes
duration under ASTM E 84. Each piece of wood shall bear the
UL FR-S label indicating compliance with the fire hazard classification.
After treatment, all one-inch and two-inch lumber and all
thickness of plywood shall be dried to a minimum moisture content
of 18%.

6.5.0 Pressure Preservative Treatment: Impregnate wood to provide
protection against decay and termites. Comply with AWPB LP-2.
After treatment, dry material to a maximum moisture content
of 19%. Brush coat surface that has been cut after treatment with
two coats of the same preservative.

6.5.1 Provide pressure-preservative treated wood as required and as
described below.
1) Wood cants, nailers, blocking, stripping, and similar
members in connection with roofing, flashing and gravel stops.
2) Wood, blocking, furring grounds and similar concealed
members in contact with plaster, masonry or concrete.
3) Wood framing members less than 12 inches from the ground.





6.6.0 Installation: Installation includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, the following;

6.6.1 Materials: Use only sound, thoroughly seasoned materials of the
longest practical lengths and sizes to minimize jointing. Use
materials free from warp which cannot be easily corrected by anchoring
and attachment. Sort out and discard warped material and material
with other defects which would impair the quality of the work.

6.6.2 Connections: The contractor shall be responsible for the secure
attachment of carpentry work, accurately setting carpentry
work, providing attachment and anchorage devices as required and
providing wood grounds, nailers and blocking as necessary.

6.6.3 Blocking: Blocking at points of heavy stress will be required
behind all cement plaster and veneer plaster systems. The following
schedule will provide a guide to what is expected by the architect,
but is not necessarily a complete list of all required blocking.

6.6.4 Grab Bars: Provide adjacent to water closets provided for the
handicapped. Backing shall be 2X6's positioned according to
details,

6.6.5 Toilet Partitions: Provide 2X6 blocking at each point of
anchorage of the partition system and the finish wall. The
above blocking will be installed flush with the back of the
plasterboard in such a manner that anchorage thereto will not
deflect either.

6.6.6 Provide grounds of dressed lumber not less than 1 1/2 inches
wide and of the thickness required to bring face of ground to
exact thickness of finish material involved. Remove temporary
grounds when no longer required.

6.6.7 Wood Furring: Install plumb and level with closure strips at
all edges and openings. Shim with wood as required.

6.6.8 Furring to receive plywood paneling; unless otherwise shown,
provide 1X3" furring 2' on center horizontally and vertically.

6.6.9 Furring to receive Gypsum plasterboard; unless otherwise
shown, provide 1"X2" furring at 16" on center vertically.

6.7.0 Finish Carpentry: The types of architectural finish carpentry
include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following;
1) Standing and running trim
2) Wood shelving
3) Casework and all counterwork
4) Installation of finish hardware.

6.8.0 Quality Assurance: Lumber grading shall comply with quality grades
of AWI Quality Standards as herein required.

6.9.0 Moisture Content: Finish carpentry shall have an average moisture
content within the following ranges;
1) Interior: 8% to 13%
2) Exterior: 10% to 15%





6.10.0 Job Conditions: The installer must examine the conditions under
which the work under this section is to be performed, and notify
the contractor in writing of any unsatisfactory conditions.
Do not proceed with work under this section until unsatisfactory
conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable to the
installer.

6.11.0 Submittals: Shop drawings shall be submitted showing the location
of each item with dimensioned plans, elevations and large scale
details, and shall be approved by the architect.

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Moisture and Thermal Protection


General The extent of moisture and thermal protection includes,
but is not necessarily limited to, the provision of all
required labor, materials, equipment and services necessary for
the complete rehabilitation of the building as indicated on
drawings and in full conformity with all standards as set forth by
the General Requirements.


Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits of work. Moisture and thermal protection
operations include, but are not necessarily limited to, the
following;

7.1.0 Quality Assurance: Primary dampproofing materials shall be
obtained from only one manufacturer. The dampproofing work shall
be subcontracted to an experienced firm that specializes in
dampproofing, and who is acceptable to the manufacturer of the
dampproofing materials.

7.2.0 Bituminous Dampproofing: Interior block and reinforced concrete
surfaces of exterior walls which are to be covered by interior
finish materials. Continue 3 feet back along intersecting
interior block walls.

7.3.0 Cementitious Dampproofing: Exterior face of concrete block and
reinforced concrete exterior walls prior to stucco application.

7.4.0 Caulking and Sealants: All exterior joints around new and
existing doors and windows shall have existing sealant stripped
out and shall be resealed with a polysulfide type sealant. Interior
joints shall be caulked with a first-quality gun grade caulking
compound.

7.5.0 Gutters and Downspouts: Existing downspouts shall be removed
and replaced with 20 oz. copper sections to match the originals.
Downspouts shall be extended and connected to the storm water
collection system.

7.6.0 Job Conditions: Do not proceed with danpproofing work until
blocking, nailers, piping, conduit and other projections through
the substrate have been installed, with substrate properly
patched and sealed or flashed to receive the dampproofing.

7.6.1 When ambient temperature is 40 degrees F. or less and falling,
do not proceed with dampproofing. Do not apply dampproofing
materials to any substrate in a condition not complying with
manufacturer's recommendations.

7.6.2 The instayler must examine the substrate and the conditions
under which the dampproofing is to be applied, and advise the
contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions. Do not proceed
with the dampproofing work until unsatisfactory conditions have
been corrected in a manner acceptable to the installer.


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7.7.0 Installation:

7.7.1 Preparation: Clean the substrate of dirt, oil, loose materials
and other substrates which interfere with penetration, bond
or performance of dampproofing materials.

7.7.2 Application: Apply dampproofing to surfaces where indicated and
as required.

7.7.3 Protection: Protect other work from spillage of dampproofing
materials. Replace or restore other work which is soiled or otherwise
damaged by the installation of the dampproofing and associated
work.

7.8.0 Insulation:

7.8.1 Description of Work: The extent of insulation work is shown on
the drawings or if not shown shall as a minimum be placed in
all exterior walls.

7.9.0 Job Conditions: The installer must examine the conditions under
which the installation work is to be performed, and notify the
contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions. Do not
proceed with the installation work until unsatisfactory conditions
have been corrected in a manner acceptable to the installer.

7.10.0 Quality Assurance: R-value designation is the thermal resistance
of insulation only, not including alleged air spaces or other
factors assumed to result in higher R-values.

7.11.0 Installation: The contractor shall be responsible for assuring
that the proper procedures for installation are followed as
outlined.

7.11.1 Inspection: Examine areas scheduled to receive insulation
to insure protection against inclement weather and other hazards
and work of proceeding trades is completed. Examine space allocated
for insulation for proper depth to receive material. Proceed with
installation when conditions are satisfactory.

7.11.2 Preparation: Remove or protect against projections in construction
framing that may damage or prevent proper installation.

7.12.0 Execution:

7.12.1 Roof: Rigid closed-cell urethane boards with integrally bonded
saturated felt skins, u=0.098 max.

7.12.2 Interior surface of all exterior walls: Install Thurane or
Styrofoam plastic foam insulation, u=0.15 max. Gypsum wallboard,
gypsum plaster, ceramic tile, wood paneling, decorative hardboard
and other interior finishes shall be directly applied over plastic
foam insulation without furring or backing. Use Dow insulation
Mastic #7 or Dow Insulation Mastic #11 to adhere plastic foam
insulation to masonry walls.





7.12.3 Fit insulation snugly between framing. Maintain integrity of
insulation over entire area to be insulated. Insulate small
areas between closely spaced framing members. Place insulation
between exterior wall and pipes or conduit, compressing
insulation where necessary. Do not install insulation requiring
compression in excess of 10%. Ensure integral vapor barrier is
continuous over entire surface. Patch and seal punctures, tears or
voids in integral vapor barrier. Install faced insulation
with integral vapor barrier toward warm-in-winter side of assembly.
Replace wet insulation at no cost to the owner.

7.12.4 Clean up: Remove and dispose of excess materials, litter and
debris. Leave work areas in a clean condition.

7.13.0 Roofing: The contractor shall be responsible for assuring that
the proper procedures for installation are followed as outlined.

7.13.1 Job Conditions: Proceed with roofing work only after substrate
construction and penetrating work have been completed. The
installer must examine the substrate and the condition under
which roofing work is to be performed, and notify the contractor
in writing of unsatisfactory conditions. Do not proceed with
the work until satisfactory conditions have been obtained in a manner
acceptable to the installer.

7.13.2 Execution: New roofing material shall match existing tile in size,
shape and color and be installed in like manner. Install
complete roofing system in accordance with roofing manufactures
specifications and installation instructions for each slope
and substrate indicated.

7.13.3 Confinement of Materials: Do not allow fluid and plastic materials
to spill or migrate beyond surfaces of indicated application, as
to flow into drains or conductors.

7.14.0 Flashing and Sheet Metal: The extent of flashing and sheet metal
work is shown on the drawings. It is intended that flashing and
sheet metal work match existing material type. Properties of
these materials are herein specified. Material type for new work
shall be copper.

7.14.1 Types of Work: The following types of work are specified in this
section;
1) Metal flashing and counter flashing
2) Laminated flashing
3) Gutters and Downspout-

7.14.2 Quality Assurance: Do not proceed with the installation of
flashing and that metal work until substrate construction,
cant strips, blocking, reglets and other construction to
receive the work is completed.

7.14.3 Materials:
1) Aluminum Sheet; Provide aluminum sheet or strip conforming
to ASTM B 209, alloy alclad 3003 temper H14
2) Copper Sheet: cold rolled sheet copper, complying with
ASTM P 370


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3) Stainless steel: Provide AISI type 304 no.2
4) Lead Sheet: Provide hard type sheet weighing not less than
4 psf.

7.15.0 Fabricated Metal Flashing and Trim: Fabricate metal flashing,
trim, expansion joints, scuppers, gutters, downspouts and
similar items to comply with existing profiles and sizes,
and to comply with standard industry details as shown by
SMACNA in the "Architectural Sheet Metal Manual".

7.16.0 Installation Requirements: Comply with manufactures instructions
and recommendations for handling and installation of flashing
and sheet metal work.

7.17.0 Performance: Coordinate the work with other work for the correct
sequencing of items which made up the entire membrane or
system of weatherproofing or waterproofing and rain drainage.
It is required that the flashing and sheet metal work be
permanently watertight, and not deteriorate in excess of
manufacturers published limitations.

END OF SECTION SEVEN


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Doors and Windows


General Provide all required labor, materials, equipment and services
as needed for the completion of all door and window work necessary
for the complete renovation of the building.

Separation of these outline specifications is for convenience
only and is not intended to establish limits of work.

8.1.0 Description of Work:

8.1.1 The installation of all door frames as required.

8.1.2 The installation of all fire doors, interior hallway doors,
interior room doors, glass doors and exterior ornamental
doors as required.

8.1.3 The installation of new metal window units and window casings.

8.1.4 Windows to match original windows. New aluminum units shall have
a bronze anodized finish.

8.2.0 Quality Assurance: Provide hollow metal doors and frames
manufactured by a single firm specializing in the production
of this type of work.

8.3.0 Fire-Rated Assemblies: Wherever a fire-resistance classification
is shown or scheduled, provide fire-rated frames and/or doors
investigated and tested as a fire door assembly, complete with
type of hardware to be used. Identify each frame and door with
UL labels, indicating applicable fire rating of both door and frame.

8.4.0 Job Conditions: Installer shall examine the substrate and conditions
under which hollow metal work is to be installed and notify the contractor
in writing of all conditions detrimental to the proper and
timely completion of the work.

8.5.0 Hollow Metal Work:

8.5.1 Door Frames:
1) Combination back-frame-trim design
2) 16 gauge cold rolled steel except that frames wider than
3'-6" shall be 14 gauge.
3) Corners mitered, welded and ground smooth
4) Reinforce bends over 3'-0" wide
5) Six masonry anchors per frame in masonry walls
6) Cutouts shall be reinforced and have dust boxes
7) Provide rubber bumpers for doors
8) Shop prime with rust resistant paint
9) Frames for label doors shall meet UL requirements

8.5.2 Hollow Metal Doors:
1) Full flush with 18 gauge facers
2) Sanded edge full honeycomb core with 45 psi crush resistance


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3) Exterior doors shall have weatherproof top.
4) Cut out and reinforce for all hardware
5) Label doors shall meet UL requirements
6) Louvers are to be inverted V type, flush with door face
7) Glazed openings shall have flush type frames.

8.5.3 Door frames for drywall partitions in office areas shall be
as specified above, but shall be knockdown type. Corners shall
be tight and flush when assembled, without exposed connections.
Provide suitable anchors for drywall installation.

8.6.0 Wood Doors:
1) Flush doors shall be US Plywood "staved lumber core"
2) Label doors shall be US Plywood "welwood fire door"
3) Louvers shall be factory installed with brushed enamel
finish as selected.

8.7.0 Rolling Door: Rolling doors at the Monumental Stairs, at the third
and fourth levels, shall be Kinnear "Aklor" with a 3-hour
Class A UL label. Closing to be actuated be means of a fusible
link; reset to be by hand crank.

8.8.0 Windows: Remove all existing caulking around windows and replace
with new sealant. Sample of existing caulking to be analyzed by
sealant manufacturer to determine compatibility of new
sealant with existing caulking.

8.8.1 Install new bronze color anodized aluminum finish window-units to
match existing windows.

8.9.0 Glass and Glazing: All exterior glass shall be 5/8" thick twin
pane insulating type with organic seal at edges.

8.9.1 Exterior light to be heat-reducing tinted solar grey color float
glass, interior light to be clear float glass.

8.9.2 Interior glass shall be 1/4" clear polished plate, wired where
required.

8.9.3 Tempered glass shall be installed as required by code.

8.10.0 Weatherstripping and Gaskets: Standard weatherstripping shall
be used at exterior openings. Thresholds shall be as required.

8.11.0 Finish Hardware:

8.11.1 Furnish and install finish hardware for all doors as required.
All hardware to comply with underwriters requirements and any
applicable safety code standards.

8.11.2 Finish of all door hardware to be bronze, knob design and
locking function to be selected as required.

8.11.3 Panic bars to be installed at all exit doors.


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8.11.4 Hinges: ball-bearing type


8.11.5 Install wall type or floor type door bumpers as required

8.11.6 Install surface mounted closer in all doors in public corridors,
stairs and exit doors.

8.11.7 Install all weatherstripping as required on all exterior doors

8.11.8 install thresholds at all exterior doors, to be of panic type
at all fire exits.

8.11.9 2 keys for each door. All lock groups mastered with 6 keys.
Each floor master keyed with 6 keys

8.11.10 Panic bars on double exit doors

8.12.0 Execution: Exercise care in setting of frames to maintain
scheduled dimensions, hold head level and maintain jambs plumb
and square.

8.12.1 Apply hardware in accordance with hardware manufacturer's templates
and instructions. Adjust operable parts for correct function.
Remove hardware, with the exception of prime-coated items, tag,
box and reinstall after finish paint work is completed.

8.12.2 Final Adjustments: 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 doors or frames which are
warped, bowed or otherwise damaged.

8.13.0 Inspection: Verify that door frames are of type required for
door and are installed as required for proper installation
of doors. Do not install doors in frames which would hinder the
operation of the doors.


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Section Nine Finishes


General The extent of interior finish work includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the furnishing of labor, materials,
equipment, special tools, supervision and services required
to fabricate, deliver and erect all elements and materials
required for the complete rehabilitation of the building as indicated
on drawings and in full conformity with all standards as
set forth by the General Requirements,


Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

9.1.0 Description of Work: The extent of interior partition framing
systems is shown on the drawings.

9.2.0 Gypsum Wallboard Systems:

9.2.1 New partitions are to be 20 gauge steel and drywall partitions,
constructed of 1/2" gypsumboard mounted on each side of 3 5/8"
metal studs 24" on center.

9.2.2 Partitions around stairs and ventilating shafts are to have
a 2 hour fire rating. Partitions around public corridors,
janitor's closets, telephone closets and electrical closets are
to have a 3/4 hour fire rating.

9.2.3 Use two layers of sheetrock and sound attenuater blanket on
partitions around all toilet rooms to provide STC rating of
55. Caulk perimeter and other joints. Use water resistant
gypsum panels for walls and ceilings in toilet rooms and janitor's
closets.

9.2.4 Provide metal furring strips for drywall applied to masonry walls.

9.2.5 Provide drywall fireproofing with 2 hour rating around
structural columns.

9.2.6 Tape and spackle joints in exposed surfaces of drywall.

9.3.0 Ceramic Tile:

9.3.1 Walls and floors, American Oleum 1"Xl"Xl/4" unglazed porcelain
tile

9.3.2 Base, cove base to match tile size and pattern.

9.3.3 Use bull nose trim pieces at exterior corners of walls and
base.

9.3.4 Floor tile to be installed with portland cement mortar as
described in ANSI A 108.2


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9.3.5 Wa; l tile to be installed usinq the dry-sat method in accordance
with ANSI A 108.5

9.3.3 Marble thresholds: white marble class "A"' or "B". Georgia or
Vermont marble company.

9.4.0 Acoustic Treatment:

9.4.1 Acoustical Ceilings:
1) Armstrong Accessible Tile System (ATS) providing 100%
downward accessibility at any point in the ceiling.
2) Tile shall be non-directional pattern as selected,
with square joints.

9.4.2 Suspension System:
1) Armstrong concealed special HTS system, accessible with
use of special hooked tool without disturbing adjacent
tile.
2) Wall mouldings shall be prefinished formed sheet metal
with 1/2" reveal around perimeter of ceiling.

9.5.0 Resilient Flooring:

9.5.1 Underlayment: Over concrete use Armstrong Latex Underlayment,
Use two layers or more as required. All surfaces shall be level
and smooth.

9.5.2 Vinyl-Asbestos Tile shall be 12"X12"X1/8", Armstrong "Imperial
Modern Excelon", or equal. Use adhesive as recommended by
manufacturer.

9.5.3 Resilient Base: for resilient floors as required, vinyl cove
base, 4" high, 1/8" thich, plain color in light range.

9.5.4 Resilient Edging: l"X36"Xi/8" thick with tapered edge.
Color to match tile.

9.6.0 Painting and Finishing:

9.6.1 Work included:
)1 all walls
2) all metal doors and frames (except aluminum and prefinished
3) all new wood doors
4) all existing exterior and interior ferrous metal surfaces
5) all interior metal, a/c enclosures, louvers, railings,
metal trim, etc., not having factory finish or non-corroding-
finish.
6) all exposed piping, pipe covering, and electrical and
mechanical equipment not factory finished.
7) all interior woodwork
8) any other surfaces as necessary for completely finishing the
job.

9.6.2 Preparation:
77 remove all rust from existing exterior ferrous metals,
raili gs, bars, etc.


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2) rne~, ood: sanded and dusted. After priming or staining,
Fill nail holes.
3) masonry and concrete: craks and defects repaired.

9.6.3 Schedule of Finish:
1) Interior walls having flat finish
a) one coat primer sealer
b) two coats fiat alkyd
2) Interior walls having enamel finish
a) one coat primer sealer
b) one coat enamel undercoat
c) one coat eggshell enamel
3) Interior Masonry and Concrete
a) one coat primer sealer
b) two coats flat alkyd finish
4) Interior metal (primed)
a) one coat enamel undercoat (zinc oxide primer for galvanized)
b) one coat eggshell enamel
5) Exterior Ferrous Metal
a) one coat red lead primer (zinc oxide primer for galvanized)
b) two coats exterior paint for metal
6) Exposed piping
a) one coat primer
b) one coat enamel
7) Interior Woodwork
a) one coat primer
b) two coats eggshell enamel
8) Wood Doors
a) stain
b) two coats varnish

9.6.4 Paint colors to be as selected by the architect.


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Section Ten Specialties


General The extent of specialty work includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, the furnishing of labor, materials, equipment,
special tools, supervision and services required to fabricate,
deliver and erect all elements and materials required for the
complete rehabilitation of the building as indicated on
drawings and in full conformity with all standards as set forth
in the General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions
and sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

10.1.0 Description of Work: The extent of specialty work is shown on
the drawings.

10.2.0 Toilet Partitions:

10.2.1 All toilet partitions and urinal screens shall be flush
panel, baked enamel finish, standard colors.

10.2.2 In public toilet rooms, Sanymetal "Century" type or equal,
ceiling supported.

10.2.3 Urinal screens shall be wall supported.

10.2.4 Hardware: Stainless steel or chrome plated; standard hinges
and latches, coat hooks and bumpers, and in women's toilet-
purse shelf.

10.3.0 Job Conditions:Verify dimensions by field measurements before
fabrication, wherever possible, without delaying the project.

10.3.1 Preassemble units at the shop to the greatest extent possible
to minimize any field cutting, joints and assembly of units.

10.4.0 Toilet Accessories: Paper towel dispensers, towel disposal units,
liquid soap dispensers, feminine napkin vendors, napkin disposal
units, and grab bars shall be provided as required.

10.5.0 Directory: Directory; not illuminated, in entrance foyer, sized
to accommodate up to 50 names. Standard aluminum extrusion frame
with Duranodic finish, separate heading, film negative or silk
screen printed inserts.

10.6.0 Signage: General signage shall be provided as required.

10.6.1 The type of identifying devices includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, name plates,signs and labeling.

10.6.2 The extent of name plates shall be one for each door unless otherwise
indicated.


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Sec t ian E'I eVi n Eju r ient


General The extent of equipment installation includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the furnishing of labor, material,
equipment, special tools, supervision and services required
to fabricate, deliver and erect all elements and materials
required for the complete rehabilitation of the building
as indicated on drawings and in full conformity with all
standards as set forth by the General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions
and sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

11.1.0 Fire Extinguisher Cabinets: Fire extinguisher cabinets shall be
18 gauge steel recessed model with solid flush door and factory
finish. Install as required. Fire extinguishers shall be
purchased and installed by the owner.

11.2.0 All other equipment shall be furnished by the owner.


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Sact; on T.el~ u rr sm Ings


General The extent of furnishings includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, the furnishing of labor, material, equipment,
special tools, supervision and services required to fabricate,
deliver and erect all elements and materials required for the
complete rehabilitation of the building as indicated on drawings
and in full conformity with all standards as set forth by the
General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions
and sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

12.1.0 Furnishings: All furnishings shall be provided by the owner.

12.2.0 Carpeting: Carpeting shall generally be used at all office
space. Carpet shall be a heavy-duty commercial nylon carpet woven
of Antron III fibers. Carpet flame spread ratings shall meet
the requirements of the Life Safety Code.

12.2.1 Certification: Submit certification signed by the manufacturer
indicating that carpeting specified herein complies with the
following tests;
1) Flamability: Comply with ASTM D 2859. Test shall be
applied to the back as well as the wearing surface of the carpet.
Comply with DOC FF-1-70
2) Color Fastness: Comply with AATCC Method 16E minimum
of 80 hours.
3) Static Propensity: Maximum static charge accumulation
shall not exceed 3kv at 70 degrees F., db, and 20% RH.
4) Noise Reduction: Comply with ASTM c 423. Minimum acceptable
noise reduction coefficient shall be not less than 30. Test
carpet in reverberation chamber with carpet applied directly
to the test floor in the same manner as will be applied
in the field.

12.2.2 Execution: Preparation; subfloor shall be clean, dry and free of
wax, oily substances and other foreign matter. Subfloor shall
be tested for moisture content. Indicator must show in the dry
portion of the Delmhurst Moisture Indicator model DP.
Subfloor shall be random tested with proposed adhesive to
determine bonding capabilities of the subfloor and adhesive.

12.213 Installation: Install carpet according to manufacturer's directions.
Permanently fasten the carpet to concrete floor slabs with
adhesive, cementing continuously the perimeter, seams and
throughout the entire surface of remaining areas.

12.2.4 Neatly scribe to al1 walls, columns and built in items.
Run carpet lengthwise with the long dimension of all rooms and spaces
with joints stage'-.d; as much as possible and practically invisible.

12.2.5 Finished appearance shall be smooth, level, free from misalianment,
neatly cut and closely fitted at projections and openings, with
joints as close and inconspicuous as possible.

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Section Thirteen


none required


END OF SECTION THIRTE


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Conveying System, 3


General The extent of Conveying S, ;-.- 'includes, but is not necessarily
limited to, the furnishing of labor, material, equipment,
special tools, supervision and services required to fabricate,
deliver and erect all elements and materials required for the
complete rehabilitation of the building as indicated on drawings
and in full conformity with all standards as set forth by the
General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions
and sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.

14.1.0 Hydraulic elevator: New electric-hydraulic type operating equipment
with automatic operator panel and automatic doors and hoistway
entry doors shall be installed. Speed will be 125 feet per minute,
operation will be selective-collective with no attendant. Firemans
emergency service, Braille plates, audible floor signals, etc.
will be added to conform to state requirements.

14.2,0 Pneumatic Message Handling System: The Pneumatic message system
shall be installed by the contractor as indicated on the drawings
and conforming to all manufacturer specifications and instructions
as set forth by Mosler Automatic Materials Handling System, System size 4X7 aut


END OF SECTION FOURTEEN


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S e c -;i ,, n r o u r






Mechanical Systems Overview


General The extent of mechanical systems includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the provision of all required labor,
materials, equipment and services necessary for the complete
renovation of the structure as indicated on drawings and in
full conformity with all standards as set forth by the
General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to establish
limits of work.


15.1.0 Description of work; The work contained within the scope of this
contract shall include but not be limited to the following
principal items:
1) piping
2) valves
3) pumps
4) mechanical supports and vibration isolation
5) insulation
6) sanitary collection
7) water distribution
8) plumbing fixtures and trim
9) air handling units
10) ductwork
11) grilles, registers and diffusers

15.2.0 Quality Assurance; All work in sections 15 and 16 shall
meet all requirements of applicable codes as listed below;
1) National Building Code
2) Life Safety Code
3) Southern Standard Building Code
4) Florida Industrial Commission Regulations
5) American Standard Safety Code for Elevators, Dumbwaiters and Escalators
6) Occupational Safety and Health Act
7) Underwriters Laboratories
8) State and Federal Regulations Governing Radioactive Materials
9) Mechanical Work
a) National Fire Protection Association
b) American National Standards Institute
c) Air Moving and Conditioning Association Standards
d) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute Standards
e) Rules of the State of Florida Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services Planning Code
f) Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National
Association, Inc.
g) American Society for Testing Material Standards
h) State and Local Codes as applicable


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Section Fifteen






10) Electrical Work
a) National Electric Code
b) American Standards Association
c) Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
d) National Electric Manufactures Association
e) International Power Cable Engineers Association
f) Underwriters Laboratories
g) National Electric Safety Code
h) National Fire Protection Association
11) Concrete
a) National Concrete Masonry Institute
b) American Concrete Institute
c) Pre-stressed Concrete Institute
12) Steel
a) American Iron and Steel Institute
b) American Institute for Steel Construction
c) American Welding Society
d) Metal Roof Deck Technical Institute
e) Steel Joist Institute
f) Steel Structures Painting Council

15.3.0 Conflicts; Construe nothing in these contract documents
as permitting or directing violations of these referenced
codes and regulations. Any conflicts shall be reported to
the architect in writing by the earliest possible time after
noticing the conflict.

15.4.0 Execution; Install all materials and equipment in neat workmanlike
manner, by competent specialists for each subtrade. Installation
of materials and equipment not meeting these standards may be
condemned by Consulting Engineer and be removed and reinstalled
by subcontractors at no additional cost to owner. Each subcontractor
is responsible for safety and good condition of his materials
and equipment installed, until owner's beneficial occupancy.
No contractor, subcontractor or trade is to do work on another
work unless written permission is obtained from first party and
contractor. Make all minor location changes from indications on
drawings as necessary to make work conform with building as
constructed, to fit work of other trades, or rules of
authorities having jurisdiction; at each subcontractors
expense. Do not deface or endanger any work by cutting,
excavating or otherwise altering work previously installed;
except with the written consent of the architect.

15.5.0 Heating

15.5.1 "U" Values; The building "U" values are as follows;
1) Roof .10
2) Walls .40
3) Floors below conditioned spaces .25
Hot water for the building heating system shall be provided
from a steam to hot water exchanger. Building heating shall
be provided by forced air perimeter heating system. Fan coil
units with hot water coils will provide heated air for
distribution to the space through a sill height plenum located
under the window.


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Space temperature shall be maintained by a pneumatic automatic
temperature control system. Each space will have a variable
volume box controlled by a room thermostat for cooling. The
perimeter system fan coil unit shall be controlled by zones,
(north, east, southwestt, to provide heating as required
to the perimeter. Steam is to be provided from the existing
central utilities system of the University of Florida.

15.6.0 Ventilation; Mechanical ventilation shall be provided to
exhaust areas required; toilets, storage, etc. Toilets shall
be ventilated at the rate of one CFM per square foot.

15.7.0 Air Conditioning; Air handling unit located in attic shall be
single zone to provide air to variable volume boxes. Chilled
water shall be provided to the coil from the central utilities
system of the University of Florida. The inside design conditions
are 750 f., 50% RH with outdoor design conditions of
940 F., D.B., 790 F., W.B. The existing windows will be replaced
with double glazed, tinted units to reduce the amount of the
heating and cooling load.

15.8.0 Plumbing; New fixtures provided for all toilet rooms and the
staff lounge. Fixtures for handicapped provided as required by
state code. New water and soil waste and vent piping to be
provided throughout the entire building.


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Electrical Systems Overview


General The extent of electrical systems includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the provision of all required labor,
materials, equipment and services necessary for the complete
renovation of the building as indicated on drawings and in
full conformity with all standards as set forth by the
General Requirements.

Separation of these outline specifications into divisions and
sections is for convenience only and is not intended to
establish limits to work.


16.1.0 Description of Work; The work contained within the scope of this
contract shall include but not be limited to the following
principal items;

16.1.1 General Requirements for Electrical Work; In general, provide
complete new electrical distribution system, including
lighting, fire alarm, emergency lighting and emergency power.

16.2.0 Demolition; Including removal of all existing electrical
equipment, conduit, wiring and devices.

16.2.1 Wiring Systems; All feeders and branch circuits to be run in
conduit, all to be concealed.

16.2.2 Switchgear; All panelboards shall be circuit breaker type.
Main switchboard shall be unit substation construction
utilizing a dry type transfer fed from the existing primary
service in the building.

16.2.3 Communications System; A complete system of backboards, empty
conduits, and cabinets to facilitate installation of the
telephone system.

16.2.4 Lighting System; Complete new lighting systems will be
provided with maintained light levels designed in accordance with
the latest I.E.S. recommendations. Fluorescent and H.I.D.
lighting, in addition to task lighting where possible, will be
utilized in an effort to conserve energy.

16.2.5 Fire Alarm System; A complete combination manual and automatic
fire alarm system shall be provided. The system shall be
supervised, non-coded, multi-zone designed in accordance
with all applicable codes.

16.2.6 Emergency Generator; Emergency power for egress lighting, exit
lighting, and elevator power shall be provided by means of a
deisel fired emergency generator, complete with automatic transfer
switch and emergency power distribution.


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Section Sixteen





16.3.0 Quality Assurance; All work in this section shall meet all
requirements as listed in section 15.2.0 and below:
1) National Electric Code, latest edition
2) NFPA Bulletins, 20, 70, 72A, 101, latest edition
3) NEMA Standards for Electrical Apparatus

16.4.0 Conflicts; Construe nothing in these contract documents as
permitting or directing violations of these referenced codes and
regulations. Any conflicts shall be reported to the architect
in writing at the earliest possible time after noticing the
conflict.

16.5.0 Fabrication; Install all materials and equipment in neat
workmanlike manner, by competent specialists for each subtrade.
Installation of materials and equipment not meeting these
standards may be condemned by Consulting Engineer and be
removed and reinstalled by subcontractor at no additional
expense to the owner. Each subcontractor is responsible
for safety and good condition of his materials and equipment
installed. No contractor, or subcontractor, or trade is to do
work on another's work unless written permission is obtained
from first party and contractor. Make all minor location
changes from indications on drawings as necessary to make
work conform with building as constructed, to fit work of
other trades or rules of authorities having jurisdiction:
at each subcontractors expense. Do not deface or endanger
any work by cutting, excavating or otherwise altering work
previously installed; except with written consent of architect.
Each subcontractor is to cut all openings and do all excavation
required for installation of his work. He is to patch and
backfill as required to match finish work to adjoining work.
Install all wiring in conduit systems, including low
voltage and ground wiring, unless specifically indicated
otherwise. Contractor to be responsible for locating and
providing proper dimensions for all electrical openings, in
consultation with subcontractor.


END OF SECTION SIXTEEN


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