JOANEDA HOUSE RESTORATION FINAL INSPECTION
JUiy 13. 1976
1. Present: Mr. Robert Steinbach, Mr. Alan Cooper, Mr. Herschel Shepard.
Awc 2. Remove temporary power pole.
3. Provide stop at first floor bedroom door.
4. Paint wooden block on which hall door latch is mounted.
5. Check all air quantities and balance the air conditioning system as called
for in the plans and specifications. Notify the Architect when this has been
accomplished. The present noise level of the system is unacceptable.
6. Stain the stop at the east jamb of the north attic window. It might be
possible to clean attic windows in an easy manner by providing removable stops
at one jamb and removing windows from the inside.
7. Provide concrete anchor pad with pipe cast in pad or a drilled hole in
order to secure the parking area gate cane bolt. The Architect does not feel
it is necessary to remove the existing curb and provide a concrete apron for
access. Holdbacks should be provided for parking area gates.
8. Certain gate hardware requires painting.
9. The thumb latch at the main entrance gate and at the gate from the parking
area requires slight modification so that the gate will open when the latch is
10. In order to make the upper portion of the folding louvers at the windows
operable, Mr. Steinbach and Mr. Shepard agreed that the vertical operator bar
could be cut as required.
11. The mechanical contractor should carefully review drawings of ductwork and
insure that all balancing dampers and similar items have been provided.
12. The care and workmanship exhibited in this project are indeed commendable,
and the Architect is pleased to have been associated with this work,
Herschel E. Shdpard, Architect
Cy Mr. Robert Steinbach V 1
Mr. Alan Cooper E; E &
JUL 15 1976'
M tnt St Augustine
alernatilt Bjad. Rgsarch Dept.
EVANS AND HAMMOND, INC. JK 2 Q
2756 Park Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32205
: ARCHITECT Fisher and Shepard, Architects & Planners, Inc.
456 University Blvd. North, Jacksonville, Florida 32211
PROJECT: Joaneda House Restoration
LOCATION: St. Augustine, Florida
ARRIVAL TIME: 8:00 a.n
DATE OF VISIT: 13 July 1976 WEATHER: Warm & Clear DEPARTURE TIME: 9:30 a.m
Herschel Shepard v/Fisher and Shepard
ARCHITECT'S REPRESENTATIVE: Alan Cooper w/Evans and Hammond, Inc.. -.
CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTATIVE: Bcb Steinbach
FINAL INSPECTION FOR A/C SYSTEM .
1. The A/C system is extremely noisy. It is our opinion that the system has/been
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"Tested and Balanced" according to the plans and specifications. Evidently the
fan is delivering more than the specified 850 CFM.
Return air filter grille has not been installed.
Fan section panel of AHU is not secured to the housing.
Could notlocate balancing damper in run-out to 2nd floor bedroom.
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JUL 21 197b
Historic St. Augustine
Preservation Board Research Dept
'Alan G. Cooper
(for) EVANS AND HAMMOND, INC.
on the drawings to provide a complete and operating heating, ventilating
. and air conditioning system.
B. TESTING AND BALANCE :
Provide a Test and Balance Report listing as a minimum the. following items:
1. Amperage of:
(a) Furnace motor and heater.
(b) Condensing Unit.
2. Static Pressure of:
(a) Exhaust Fans.
3. CFGM of:
(a) Exhaust Fans.
(c) Each Supply Outlet.
(d) Return Air.
4. Temperature of:
(a) Supply Air
(b) Return Air
Refer to "Base Bid & Alternates" for possible effect on work of this Section.
A. FURNACE, COOLING COIL AND BLOWER:
1. Furnish and install where located on the plans an electric furnace in
the horizontal position. Unit shall be provided with 10 KW electric
heat. The heater elements shall be .internally fused in compliance with
National Electrical Code and be UL labeled.
2. Blower shall be forward curved, double inlet type, and mounted on motor
shaft for direct drive; shall be centrifugal type statically and dynami-
cally balanced. Fan shall be 1/2 H.P. with factory lubricated bearings, .
internal overload protection, and shall be mounted on resilient supports,
and factory wired to unit power. Fan shall deliver 850 CFM minimum with.
.6 in. external static pressure. Furnace shall be Carrier 40 ES Series
3. Cooling coil shall be in a factory fabricated and insulated enclosure.
Coil shall have aluminum fins which are mechanically bonded to copper
tubes. Rows shall be staggered. Coil shall be Carrier GHOO3.
B. CONDENSING UNIT
1. Furnish and install where located on the plans an air cooled condens-
ing unit. The unit shall contain sufficient refrigerant (R-22) charge
for complete system and be equipped with refrigerant line fittings
which permit mechanical or sweat connections. Brass .service valves with
fittings and gage ports shall be located on exterior of unit.
HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
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