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Project Manual for

Summit of Castle Rock

Low Meadow Blvd. and Red Hawk Dr Castle Rock, Colorado 80109

Bonaventure Senior Housing James Clarkson, Architect, 3220 State Street Suite 200 Salem, Oregon 97301 Phone 503.373.3165 Fax 503.480.3157 Project Number 1040

PROJECT Bonaventure Senior Living of Castle Rock Assisted, Independent and Memory Care Facility Castle Rock, Colorado OWNER/DEVELOPER Bonaventure Senior Housing 3220 State St., Suite 200 Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 373-3153 Fax: (503) 588-3531 Contact: Carl Sanders

GENERAL CONTRACTOR Bonaventure Construction 3220 State St., Suite 200 Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 373-3159 Fax: (503) 480-3131 Contact.: Paul Glaunert/John Bosse

Date: December 23, 2010 Architect's Project Number: 1040

ARCHITECT ELECTRICAL DESIGN Bonaventure Senior Housing James Clarkson, Architect, 3220 State St., Suite 200 Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 373-3165 Fax: (503) 480-3157 Contact: Jim Clarkson CIVIL ENGINEER Carroll & Lange-Manhard 7442 S Tucson Way, Suite 190-A Centennial, Co. 80112 Phone: (303) 708-0500 Fax: (303) 708-0400 Contact: Kevin Barney, PE STRUCTURAL DESIGN Dan Green, Engineering Inc, 3232 Triangle Drive SE Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (503) 391-2309 Fax: (503) 566-8860 Coontact: Dan Green MECHANICAL DESIGN Jet Industries 1935 Silverton Rd Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 363-2334 Fax: (503) 798-4526 Contact: Oliver Raab, Jeff Stauffer PLUMBING DESIGN Jet Industries 1935 Silverton Rd Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 363-2334 Fax: (503) 798-4526 Contact: Oliver Raab, Jeff Stauffer DC Engineering 440 E. Corporate Drive, Suite 103 Meridian, ID 83642 Phone: (208) 288-2181 Fax: (208) 288-2182 Proj. Eng. Jon Goranson, PE/ Ryan Ewing LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Carroll & Lange-Manhard 7442 S Tucson Way, Suite 190-A Centennial, Co. 80112 Phone: (303) 708-0500 Fax: (303) 708-0400 Contact: Kevin Barney, PE KITCHEN DESIGN Bargreen Ellingson, Inc. 3232 NW Industrial St. Portland, OR 97210 Phone: (503) 227-1161 Fax: (503) 727-3104 Proj. Consult.: Jack Hinamon

TOC-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS This Project Manual has been organized under the format of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). Section numbers are listed merely for identification, and they may not be consecutive. The Contractor shall check the contents of this Manual against the Table of Contents to assure that this volume is complete.

BIDDING REQUIREMENTS 00200 Instructions to Bidders 00320 Geotechnical Data

CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS 00700 General Conditions 00800 Supplementary Conditions

DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 01110 01115 01200 01210 01295 01310 01315 01320 01330 01420 01450 01453 01500 01565 01600 01630 01730 01740 01750 01770 01780 01820 01830 Summary of Work Designated Design-Build Requirements Base Bid & Alternate Bids Cash Allowances Applications for Payment Project Coordination Project Meetings Progress Schedules Shop Drawings, Product Data, & Samples Reference Specifications & Standards Contractor's Quality Control Program Testing Laboratory Services Temporary Construction Facilities Project Security Materials & Equipment Product Substitutions Cutting & Patching Cleaning & Trash Removal Equipment & Systems Start Up Contract Closeout Warranties & Bonds Project Record Documents Operating & Maintenance Data

TOC-2 DIVISION 2 - SITE CONSTRUCTION 02230 02300 02315 02770 02778 02780 02820 Site Clearing Earthwork Utility Trenching Concrete Drives, Walks, Gutters, & Curbs Extruded Concrete Curbs Exterior Masonry Paving Chain Link Fencing

DIVISION 3 - CONCRETE 03100 Concrete Formwork 03200 Concrete Reinforcement 03300 Cast-in-place Concrete 03510 Self-leveling Underlayment

DIVISION 4 - MASONRY 04100 Masonry Mortars & Grouts 04200 Unit Masonry

DIVISION 5 - METALS 05100 Structural Steel 05500 Miscellaneous Fabricated Steel

DIVISION 6 - WOOD & PLASTICS 06100 06172 06174 06176 06180 06220 06310 06410 06415 06420 06600 Rough Carpentry Wood Chord - Metal Web Joists Plywood Web Joists Plate-Connected Wood Trusses Glue Laminated Structural Units Finish Carpentry Wood Preservative Treatment Custom-built Casework & Shelving Field-applied Plastic Laminate Covering Wood Siding & Paneling Plastic Sanitary (FRP) Wall Panels

TOC-3 DIVISION 7 - THERMAL & MOISTURE PROTECTION 07130 07180 07200 07310 07530 07620 07720 07840 07920 Bentonite Waterproofing Transparent Water Repellent Thermal Insulation Shingle Roofing Single-ply Roofing Sheetmetal Flashing & Trim Roof Access Hatches Firestopping Joint Sealants

DIVISION 8 - DOORS & WINDOWS 08110 08210 08300 08460 08560 08710 08800 Hollow Steel Doors & Frames Wood Doors Access Panels Automatic Operating Doors Vinyl Windows Door Hardware Glazing

DIVISION 9 - FINISHES 09100 09250 09310 09500 09650 09680 09900 Steel Ceiling Suspension System Gypsum Board Ceramic & Quarry Tile Acoustic Treatment Resilient Flooring Carpet Painting & Finishing

DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES 10190 Cubicle Curtains 10200 Exterior Wall Louvers 10260 Wall Corner Guards 10305 Manufactured Metal Fireplaces 10350 Flagpole (Cont.) TOC-4

DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES (Cont.) 10500 Lockers 10800 Residential Units Toilet & Bath Accessories 10810 Public Toilet Room Accessories 10990 Miscellaneous Specialties

DIVISION 11 - EQUIPMENT 11110 Commercial Laundry Equipment 11400 Commercial Kitchen Equipment 11452 Appliances 11700 Bather Equipment

DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS 12300 Manufactured Casework 12510 Window Blinds

DIVISION 13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION None included DIVISION 14 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS 14200 Elevators DIVISION 15 - MECHANICAL 15010 15050 15060 15100 15140 15170 15190 15240 15250 15330 15420 15440 15450 15620 Basic Mechanical Requirements Basic Materials and Methods Pipes and Pipe Fittings Valves Supports and Anchors Motors Mechanical Identification Mechanical Equipment Sound, Vibration and Seismic Control Insulation Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems Plumbing Piping Systems Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Equipment Fuel-Fired Heaters

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Electric Heaters Refrigeration - Air Conditioning Air-to-Air Heat Pumps Packaged Air Conditioning Units Fans Kitchen Hood System Ductwork Adjustable Frequency Drive Ductwork Accessories Air Outlets and Inlets Controls Testing, Adjusting and Balancing

DIVISION 16 - ELECTRICAL 16050 BASIC ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND METHODS 16060 GROUNDING AND BONDING 16075 ELECTRICAL IDENIFICATION 16120 CONDUCTORS AND CABLES 16130 RACEWAYS AND BOXES 16140 WIRING DEVICES 16190 SUPPORTING DEVICES 16231 STANDBY ENGINE GENERATOR 16410 ENCLOSED SWITCHES AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS 16415 ATS 16441 SWITCHBOARDS 16442 PANEL BOARDS 16511 INTERIOR LIGHTING 16521 EXTERIOR LIGHTING 16700 BASIC LOW-VOLTAGE MATERIALS 16720 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 16740 TELECOM CABLING 16750 CATV CABLING 16760 EMERGEMCY CALL SYSTEM 16770 PA SYSTEM 16780 ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM 16790 THEATER EQUIPMENT

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SECTION 00200

INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

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DEFINITIONS Bidding Documents include the Bidding Requirements and the proposed Contract Documents. The Bidding Requirements consist of the Instructions to Bidders, and other sample Bidding and Contract Forms. The proposed Contract Documents consist of the form of Agreement between the Owner and the Contractor, Conditions of the Contract (General, Supplementary, and other Conditions), Drawings, Specifications, and all Addenda issued prior to the execution of the Contract. All definitions set forth in the Contract General Conditions, or in other Contract Documents, are applicable to the Bidding Documents. Addenda: · Written or Graphic: Instruments issued by the Architect prior to the execution of the Contract which modify or interpret the Bidding Documents by additions, deletions, clarifications, or corrections. · Telephone or Fax: Written Addenda issued initially by reading or faxing over telephone to Bidders. The Base Bid is the sum stated in the Bid for which the Bidder offers to perform the Work described in the Bidding Documents as the base to which Work may be added, or from which Work may be deducted for sums stated in Alternate Bids. An Alternate Bid (or Alternate) is an amount stated in the Bid to be added to or deducted from the amount of the Base Bid if the corresponding change in the Work, as described in the Bidding Documents, is accepted. A Unit Price is an amount stated in the Bid as a price per unit of measurement for materials, equipment, or services or a portion of the Work as described in the Bidding Documents or in the proposed Contract Documents. Where a Bidder is referred to in this Section, it shall mean the General Contractor who has been selected by the Owner to perform the Work. Where Subbidders are referred to in this Section, they shall mean the Subcontractors who have been selected by the General Contractor to provide materials, equipment, and/or labor for a portion of the Work.

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BIDDER'S REPRESENTATION The Bidder, by making his Bid, represents that: · The Bidder has read and understands the Bidding Documents and his Bid is made in accordance therewith. · The Bidder has visited the Site, become familiar with local conditions under which the Work is to be performed and has correlated the Bidder's personal observations with the requirements of the proposed Contract Documents. · The Bid is based upon the Materials, Equipment, and Systems required by the Bidding Documents without exception.

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BIDDING DOCUMENTS Copies: · Complete sets of Bidding Documents shall be used in preparing Bids; neither the Owner nor the Architect assumes any responsibility for errors or misinterpretations resulting from the use of incomplete sets of Bidding Documents. · In making copies of the Bidding Documents available on the above terms, the Owner and the Architect do so only for the purpose of obtaining Bids on the Work and do not confer a license or grant permission for any other use of the Bidding Documents. Interpretation or Correction of Bidding Documents: · Bidders and Subbidders shall carefully study and compare the Bidding Documents with each other and with other work being bid concurrently or presently underway to the extent that it relates to the Work for which the Bid is submitted, shall examine the site and local conditions, and shall promptly notify the Architect of any ambiguity, inconsistency, or error which they may discover. · Bidders and Subbidders requiring clarification or interpretation of the Bidding Documents shall make a request to reach the Architect at least seven days prior to the date for receipt of Bids. · Any interpretation, correction, or change of the Bidding Documents will be made by Addendum. Interpretations, corrections, or changes of the Bidding Documents made in any other manner will not be binding, and Bidders shall not rely upon such interpretations, corrections, and changes. Product Substitutions: · Submit requests for approval in accordance with requirements specified in Section 01630, and to reach Architect at least 5 Working Days prior to Subbid submission dates. Addenda: · Copies of Addenda will be made available for inspection wherever Bidding Documents are on file for that purpose, and will be issued as follows: · Prior to 4 days before Subbid Submission Dates: · Addenda will be mailed, delivered, or otherwise transmitted to each Person or Firm who filed name, address, and telephone or facsimile (fax) number with the General Contractor for the express purpose of receiving Addenda. · Within 4 days prior to Subbid Submission Dates: · Telephone Addenda will be issued, by reading or faxing over telephone, and will be available, in writing, for Bidder's confirmation of receipt at the place of Bid submission. Only written or faxed Addenda (not telephone) shall be assumed to be reliable transmissions. · Each Subbidder shall ascertain, prior to submitting a Subbid, that the Subbidder has received all Addenda issued, and the Subbidder shall acknowledge receipt of the Addenda in the Subbid. (Cont.) 00200-2

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BIDDING DOCUMENTS (Cont.) Addenda: (Cont.) · Addenda issued after Subbid submissions, if any, will be transmitted only to Subbidders Bidders whose is under consideration, and adequate time will be allowed for response thereto.

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BIDDING PROCEDURE Bid Security: · Not required. Modification or Withdrawal of Bid: · Prior to the time and date designated for receipt of Bids, any Bid submitted may be modified or withdrawn by notice to the Party receiving Bids at the place designated for receipt of Bids. Such notice shall be in writing over the signature of the Bidder, and must have been mailed and postmarked on or before the date and time set for receipt of Bids. A change shall be so worded as not to reveal the amount of the original Bid. · Withdrawn Bids may be resubmitted up to the date and time designated for the receipt of Bids provided that they are then fully in conformance with these Instructions to Bidders.

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CONSIDERATION OF BIDS Rejection of Bids: · The Owner shall have the right to reject any or all Bids, reject a Bid not in compliance with bidding procedures and requirements, or not accompanied by Data required by the Bidding Documents, or be in any way incomplete or irregular. · The Owner shall also have the right to reject any or all Bids when, in the Owner's judgement, it is in the Owner's best interest to do so. Acceptance of Bid: · The Owner shall have the right to waive informalities and irregularities in a Bid received and to accept a Bid which, in the Owner's judgement, is in the Owner's own best interests. · The Owner shall have the right to accept Alternates, if any, in any order or combination, unless otherwise specifically provided in the Bidding Documents, and to determine the low Bidder on the basis of the sum of the Base Bid and the Alternates accepted.

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SUBCONTRACTORS' QUALIFICATION STATEMENT Subbidders to whom award of a Subcontract is under consideration shall, upon request, promptly submit to the Architect, for forwarding to the Owner, satisfactory evidence of the Subbidder's experience, organization, and equipment the Subbidder has available for the performance of the Contract. Required Form: Contractor's Qualification Statement AIA Document A305. Do not include Section 5 Financing.

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PERFORMANCE BOND & LABOR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND The Owner shall have the right to require Subbidders to furnish Bonds covering the faithful performance of the Subcontract, and the payment of all obligations arising there under. The Bonds shall be in such form as the Owner may prescribe, and they shall include any Design-Build Work specified in Section 01115. The Bonds may be secured through the Subbidder's usual sources as may be agreeable to the Parties. If the furnishing of such Bonds is required by the Owner prior to the execution of the Subcontract, the cost of furnishing the Bonds shall be included in the Subcontract Sum. If the furnishing of such Bonds is required by the Owner subsequent to the execution of the Subcontract, the cost of furnishing the Bonds will be reimbursed by the Owner.

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GEOTECHNICAL DATA

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SUB-SURFACE SOIL INVESTIGATION REPORT A Geotechnical Report, prepared for this Project, is available for review and reference: · Geotechnical Engineer: · Firm Name: Ground Engineering Consultants, Inc. · Address: 41 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, CO. 80112-5412 · Telephone Number: (303) 289-1989 Report can be reviewed at the following locations: · Geotechnical Engineer's Office · Contractor's Office

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OWNER'S DISCLAIMER The Report is not part of the Contract Documents. It is made available for information only. The Owner does not guarantee Report Information accuracy at locations and times other than those given. Groundwater elevations, particularly, are subject to change. The Contractor shall assume responsibility for any conclusions the Contractor may draw from this Report. The Contractor may employ its own consultants to analyze this information and/or conduct additional tests and examinations. The Owner specifically disclaims responsibility for interpretations by any Bidder of information included within the Report.

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DIFFERENT CONDITIONS If, during construction, conditions are encountered which differ substantially from those indicated in the Report, promptly so notify the Architect in writing, and do not disturb such conditions until directed. The Architect will promptly request the Owner to instruct the Geotechnical Engineer to investigate such conditions. If the Geotechnical Engineer determines that conditions do differ substantially from those that reasonably could be anticipated from examination of the Site and the Report, and that such conditions will necessitate a change in the Work and/or an adjustment of the Contract Sum and/or the Contract Time, the Owner will authorize a Change Order, as stipulated in the General Conditions, to enable the necessary changes and/or adjustments.

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STANDARD FORM "General Conditions of the Contract for Construction", AIA Document A201, 1997 edition, is hereby made part of these Specifications as fully as if hereto attached or herein repeated. The Contractor and all Subcontractors shall read and be governed by them. Copies of the General Conditions may be seen at the Architect's office, and copies can be ordered from: · Seattle Chapter AIA Office; 1911 1st Ave.; Seattle, WA 98101; (206) 448-4938 · American Institute of Architects; P.O. Box 60; Williston, VT 05495-0060; (800) 365-2724

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SECTION 00800

SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

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GENERAL The following Supplements modify the General Conditions. Where a portion of the General Conditions is modified or deleted by these Supplementary Conditions, the unaltered provisions of the General Conditions shall remain in effect.

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SPECIFICATIONS DIVISION, SECTION, & PARAGRAPH NUMBERING Article 1.1.6 shall be added to as follows: · Numbering or lettering of Divisions, Sections, and Paragraphs in the Specifications are merely for identification and may not be consecutive. · The Divisions and Sections included are listed in the Table of Contents. The Contractor shall check his copies of the Project Manual to be sure that the Manual is complete.

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SPECIFICATIONS WORDING Article 1.1.6 shall be added to as follows: · The Specifications are of abbreviated or streamlined type and frequently include incomplete sentences. Words such as "shall", "shall be", "Contractor shall", and similar mandatory phrases shall be supplied by inference in same manner as they are in a note on Drawings. Contractor shall provide all Items listed and perform all operations required, in accordance with Article 1.1.2 of "General Conditions," if and as modified in these Specifications. · In the interest of brevity the Contract Documents frequently omit modifying words such as "all", "each", and "every" and articles such as "the", "a", and "an", but the fact that a modifier or an article is absent from one statement and appears in another is not intended to affect the interpretation of either statement.

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ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS Article 1.1.8 shall be added as follows: · "Product" includes Materials, Systems, and Equipment. · Where words "or approved" are used, the Architect is sole judge of quality and suitability of proposed substitution. · "Furnish" means to supply and deliver to the Project Site, ready for unloading, unpacking, assembly, installation, and similar operations. · "Install" means operations at the Project Site including actual unloading, temporary storing, unpacking, assembling, erecting, placing, anchoring, applying, working to dimension, finishing, curing, protecting, cleaning, and similar operations. · "Provide" means "furnish, install, and where appropriate connect ready for the intended use. (Cont.) 00800-1

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ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS (Cont.) Article 1.1.8 shall be added as follows: (Cont.) · "OFOI" (Owner Furnished & Owner Installed) means Product in question will be furnished and installed by the Owner. The Contractor shall verify all requirements affecting his Work. · "OFCI" (Owner Furnished & Contractor Installed) means Product in question will be furnished by the Owner, and installed by the Contractor. The Contractor shall verify all requirements affecting his Work. · "Indicated" means references to graphic representations; notes or schedules on the Drawings, or other paragraphs or schedules in the Specifications; and similar requirements in the Contract Documents. Terms such as "shown", "noted", "scheduled", and "specified" are used to help the User locate the Reference. · "Directed", "Requested", "Approved", "Authorized", "Selected", "Required", and "Permitted" mean directed by the Architect, requested by the Architect, etc. · "Regulations" mean laws, ordinances, statutes, and lawful orders issued by Authorities having jurisdiction, as well as rules, conventions, and agreements within the Construction Industry that control performance of the Work. · "Project Site" means space available to Contractor for performing Work activities, either exclusively or in conjunction with others performing other work as part of the Project.

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CONFLICTS Article 1.2.1.1 shall be added as follows: · In event of conflict or discrepancy among the Contract Documents, interpretations will be based on the following order of precedence: · Agreement · Addenda, with those of later date having precedence over those of earlier date. · Supplementary Conditions · General Conditions of the Contract · Division 1 of the Specifications · Schedules · Drawings & Specifications · In the case of inconsistency between Drawings and Specifications or within either Document not clarified by Addendum, the better quality or greater quantity of Work shall be provided in accordance with the Architect's interpretation, except where there exists an obvious error, in which case the Contractor shall request the Architect's interpretation and execute the Work as directed. (Cont.) 00800-2

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CONFLICTS (Cont.) Article 1.2.1.1 shall be added as follows: (Cont.) · In event of conflict or discrepancy among the Contract Documents, interpretations will be based on the following order of precedence: (Cont.) · Large Scale Drawings · Small Scale Drawings · Dimension Numbers written on Drawings prevail and take precedence over Dimensions scaled from Drawings · Hard Copies take precedence over Electronic Documents

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CONTRACTOR'S USE OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS IN ELECTRONIC FORM Article 1.6.2 shall be added as follows: · The Architect may furnish to the Contractor versions of the Contract Documents in electronic form. The Contract Documents executed or identified in accordance with Subparagraph 1.5.1 shall prevail in case of an inconsistency with subsequent versions made through manipulatable electronic operations involving computers. · The Contractor shall not transfer or reuse Contract Documents in electronic or machine readable form without prior written consent of the Architect.

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ALTERING RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWNER, ARCHITECT, OR CONTRACTOR Articles 2, 3, & 4 shall be added to as follows: · No provision in any referenced Standard, Specification, Manual, or Code (whether or not specifically incorporated by reference in the Contract Documents) shall be effective to change the privileges, duties, or responsibilities of the Owner, Architect, or Contractor, or any of their consultants, agents, or employees from those set forth in the Contract Documents, nor shall it be effective to assign to the Architect or any of the Architect's consultants, agents, or employees any duty or authority to supervise or direct the furnishing or performance of the Work or any duty or authority to undertake responsibility contrary to the provision of the Contract Documents.

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SUB-SURFACE DATA Article 2.2.3 shall be added to as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 00320.

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INAPPROPRIATE PRODUCTS OR METHODS Article 3.2.1 shall be added to as follows: · If the Contractor or any Subcontractor believes that inappropriate Products or Methods have been specified, they shall comply with requirements specified in Section 01600.

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LISTING PRODUCT MANUFACTURERS & INSTALLERS Article 3.4.4 shall be added as follows: · Comply with requirements specified in Section 01600.

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PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS Article 3.4.5 shall be added as follows: · Comply with requirements specified in Section 01630.

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PERMITS Article 3.7.1 shall be modified as follows: · The general Building Permit, including Plumbing, HVAC, Fire Sprinkler, and Electrical Work will be secured and paid for by the Owner; therefore the Contractor shall not include the Fee in the Contract Sum. · The City Plan Checking Fees have been paid by the Owner, and therefore the Contractor shall not include the Fees in the Contract Sum. · The City Systems Development Charges, if any, will be paid by the Owner, and therefore the Contractor shall not include the Charges in the Contract Sum. · All other legally required Permits and Licenses shall be obtained and their Fees paid for by the Contractor.

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PROGRESS SCHEDULE Article 3.10.1 shall be added to as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 01320.

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FAST-TRACK SCHEDULE REPORTING Article 3.10.1.1 shall be added as follows: · The Owner may authorize construction activities to commence prior to completion of the Drawings and Specifications. If the Drawings and Specifications require further development at the time the initial construction schedule is prepared, the Contractor shall 1) allow time in the schedule for further development of the Drawings and Specifications by the Architect, including time for review by the Owner and Contractor and for the Contractor's coordination of Subcontractors' Work, and 2) furnish to the Owner in a timely manner information regarding anticipated market conditions and construction cost; availability of labor, materials, and equipment; and proposed methods, sequences, and time schedules for the construction of the Work.

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SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, & SAMPLES Article 3.12.11 shall be added as follows: · The Architect's review of Contractor's submittals will be limited to examination of an initial submittal and one resubmittal. The Architect's review of additional resubmittals will be made only with the consent of the Owner after notification by the Architect. The Owner shall be entitled to deduct from the Contract Sum amounts paid to the Architect for evaluation of such additional resubmittals. Article 3.12.12 shall be added as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 01330.

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CUTTING & PATCHING Article 3.14.3 shall be added as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 01730.

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CLEANING & TRASH REMOVAL Article 3.15.3 shall be added as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 01740.

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OFF-SITE INSPECTIONS Article 4.2.2 shall be added to as follows: · Upon the Contractor's request, the Architect will inspect Construction Components prior to job-site delivery. In such case, the Contractor shall reimburse reasonable per diem, travel, and lodging expenses incurred by the Architect, or other duly authorized agent of the Owner, while making the inspection. 00800-5

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SUBCONTRACTS Article 4.2.3 shall be added to as follows: · Except for the Owner's right to reject Subcontractors, as specified in Article 5.2, neither the Owner nor the Architect will interfere with the Contractor's right and responsibility to divide the Work among Subcontractors, or to establish the extent of the Work to be performed by any Subcontractor.

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TIME OF COMPLETION Article 8.1.1 shall be added to as follows: · Work of this Contract shall commence on the date defined in Paragraph 8.1.2 and be complete as defined in Paragraph 9.8.1 within 365 consecutive calendar days thereafter. · The Contractor may complete the Project sooner than the specified Completion Date, provided the Contractor performs the following: · Communicates and documents intended "early completion" date to Owner prior to submitting first Request for Payment, and · Satisfactorily demonstrates to Owner that "early completion" date is feasible and obtainable, and is in accordance with industry standards, and · Personally gives Owner sufficient advance notice of when any Owner furnished product or service must be delivered in order that "early completion" date will not be delayed (Indicating required delivery dates on Progress Schedule will not be considered adequate advance notice.), and · If the Contractor claims that his opportunity to attain "early completion" has been interfered with by the Owner's actions or inactions, the Contractor must clearly demonstrate that interference was solely the Owner's responsibility.

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DEFINITION OF "DAY" Article 8.1.4 shall be changed to read as follows: · In this Contract, unless elsewhere specifically stipulated otherwise, the term "day" shall mean a calendar day of 24 hours beginning at 12:00 midnight. The term "working day" shall mean any calendar day except Saturdays, Sundays, and Legal Holidays at the place of building.

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APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT Article 9.3 shall be added to as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 01295. 00800-6

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SECTION 00800

SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

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PAYMENT FOR PRODUCTS STORED OFF THE PROJECT SITE Article 9.3.2 shall be added to as follows: · Additionally, follow requirements specified in Section 01295.

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SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION Article 9.8.1 shall be modified as follows: · The definition of "Substantial Completion" shall be changed to read "when the Project Work is totally complete, and has been Final Accepted.". · No Building or Facility will be considered Finally Accepted unless all Utilities are connected and operating as required for normal use, the Project is accessible by normal vehicular and pedestrian traffic routes, and the Owner can perform "move-in" activities without interruption or risk of damage to persons or property.

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CONTRACT CLOSEOUT INSPECTIONS Article 9.8.3.1 shall be added as follows: · Except with the consent of the Owner, the Architect will perform no more than two (2) inspections to determine whether the Work or a designated portion thereof has attained Substantial Completion in accordance with the Contract Documents. The Owner shall be entitled to deduct from the Contract Sum amounts paid to the Architect for any additional inspections.

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LIENS Article 9.10 shall be added to as follows: · The Contractor shall indemnify and save the Owner harmless against any liens and claims arising out of this Contract and filed or prosecuted against the Owner on account of any furnished labor or materials, provided the Owner shall have paid all amounts due to the Contractor for the said labor or materials.

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LIQUIDATED DAMAGES Article 9.11 shall be added as follows: · Failure to complete the Work within the specified time limit will result in actual damage to the Owner. Because it is difficult to definitely ascertain and prove the amount of said damage, it is mutually hereby agreed that the Contractor shall be liable for and shall pay the Owner, not as a penalty but as liquidated damages, Three Thousand Two Hundred dollars per day for each Calendar Day elapsed past the date set for Substantial Completion, until such time as Substantial Completion has been obtained. (Cont.) 00800-7

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SECTION 00800

SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

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LIQUIDATED DAMAGES (Cont.) Article 9.11 shall be added as follows: (Cont.) · If a Certificate of Substantial Completion is not issued, the date of Substantial Completion shall be the date appearing on the final Certificate of Payment to the Contractor, whichever is earlier: · The Contractor hereby agrees that said sum may be deducted from monies due the Contractor under the Contract, or if no money is due the Contractor, the Contractor hereby agrees to pay such total sum as computed aforesaid.

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EARLY COMPLETION BONUS Article 9.12 shall be added as follows: · If the Project is Substantially Complete on or before the specified time set forth above, the Owner will enjoy financial benefit. Although the exact sum of the benefit can not be determined, the Owner will pay the Contractor One Thousand Six Hundred dollars per day for each Calendar Day preceding the date established for Substantial Completion.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Article 10.1.2 shall be added as follows: · If reasonable precautions will be inadequate to prevent foreseeable bodily injury or death to persons resulting from Material or Substance encountered on the Site by the Contractor, the Contractor shall, upon recognizing the condition, immediately stop Work in the affected area and report the condition to the Owner and the Architect in writing. The Owner, Contractor, and Architect shall then proceed in the same manner described in Subparagraph 10.3.2. Article 10.2.4.1 shall be added as follows: · When use or storage of explosives, or other hazardous materials, substances, or equipment; or unusual methods are necessary for execution of the Work; the Contractor shall give the Owner reasonable advance notice. Article 10.2.4.2 shall be added as follows: · If the Contract Documents require the Contractor to handle materials or substances that under certain circumstances may be designated as hazardous, the Contractor shall handle such materials in an appropriate manner.

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00800-8

SECTION 00800

SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

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INSURANCE Article 11.1.2.1 shall be added as follows: · The Insurance required by Subparagraph 11.1.1 shall be written for not less than the following limits, or greater if required by law: · Workmen's Compensation: As required by law · Employer's Liability: As required by law · Commercial General Liability including coverage for Premisesoperations; Independent Contractor's Protective; Contractual Liability, Personal Injury, Broad-form Property Damage (including coverage for Explosion, Collapse, & Underground Hazards), and Products & Completed Operations as follows: · $1,000,000 Each Occurrence · $2,000,000 General Aggregate · $1,000,000 Personal & Advertising Injury · $2,000,000 Products-Completed Operations Aggregate · The policy shall be endorsed to have the General Aggregate apply to this Project only. · Products & Completed Operations Insurance: Furnish and maintain for 1 year after either 90 days following Final Completion or final payment, whichever is earlier. The Contractor shall continue to provide evidence of such coverage to the Owner on an annual basis during the period. · The Contractual Liability Insurance shall include coverage sufficient to meet the Indemnification Obligations stipulated in Article 3.18 of the General Conditions. · Automobile Liability, including owned, non-owned, and hired Vehicles as follows: · Bodily Injury & Property Damage Combined Single Limits: · $1,000,000 Each Occurrence · $2,000,000 General Aggregate · Note: If State Law mandates No-fault Automobile Insurance, the Contractor shall conform to any specific requirements in the Law. · Watercraft Liability owned and non-owned, if Watercraft are utilized, as follows: · Bodily Injury & Property Damage Combined Single Limits: · $1,000,000 Each Occurrence · $2,000,000 General Aggregate · Aircraft Liability owned and non-owned, if Aircraft are utilized, as follows: · Bodily Injury & Property Damage Combined Single Limits: · $1,000,000 Each Occurrence · $2,000,000 General Aggregate · Additional Named Insureds: Mountain West Senior Housing LLC (MWSH), its Managers and Staff, and any entity to which MWSH's assets may be transferred. (Cont.) 00800-9

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SECTION 00800

SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

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INSURANCE (Cont.) Article 11.1.2 shall be modified as follows: · Insurance, whether written on an Occurrence or a Claims-made basis, shall be and remain in effect from the date of commencement of the Work until the expiration of the longest running Warranty Period. Article 11.1.3 shall be added to as follows: · The Insurance Certificate Form shall be acceptable to the Owner. · Cancellation Notices and any Endorsements subsequently issued amending coverage or limits shall be delivered to Owner by Registered Mail. · Should insurance be cancelled or reduced prior to the Contract close out and should any insurance bearing on adequacy of performance be reduced prior to end of warranty periods, and if Contractor fails immediately to procure other insurance as specified, the Owner reserves the right to procure such insurance and to charge the cost thereof to the Contractor. · If any of the foregoing insurance coverages are required to remain in force after final payment, an additional Certificate of Insurance which evidences the continuation of such coverage shall be submitted with the final Application for Payment. Article 11.1.4 shall be added as follows: · Nothing contained in these Insurance Requirements shall be construed as limiting the extent of the Contractor's responsibility for payment of damages resulting from his operations under this Contract. Article 11.3.3 shall be deleted in its entirety. Article 11.4.1.1 shall be added to as follows: · The insurance required by Paragraph 11.4 is not intended to cover machinery, tools, or equipment owned or rented by the Contractor which are utilized in the performance of the Work but not incorporated into the permanent improvements. The Contractor shall, at the Contractor's own expense, provide insurance coverage for owned or rented machinery, tools, or equipment which shall be subject to provisions of Subparagraph 11.4.7.

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CORRECTION PERIOD FOR NON-COMPLYING WORK Article 12.2.2.1 shall be added to as follows: · The time period within which Work found to be defective or not in accordance with the Contract Documents must be repaired or replaced will begin on the date appearing on the Certificate of Substantial Completion, or if a Certificate of Substantial Completion is not issued, on the date appearing on the final Certificate of Payment to the Contractor, whichever is earlier. The Owner's occupancy or use of the Work will not alter the date. (Cont.)

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SECTION 00800

SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS

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CORRECTION PERIOD FOR NON-COMPLYING WORK (Cont.) Article 12.2.2.1 shall be added to as follows: (Cont.) · For the following Items of Work, the Contractor shall and hereby extends, as follows, the one-year time period stipulated in the Contract Conditions during which corrections must be made: · 10 years: Water-resistance of Transparent Water Repellent · 10 years: Door Closers · 10 years: Wear-resistance of Carpet · 10 years: Air-tightness of Insulating Glass · 5 years: Static electricity generation limit of Carpet · 2 years: Weather-tightness of Sealants · 2 years: Weather-tightness of Roofing, Flashing, and other Work which is component part of Roofing. · 2 years: Weather-tightness of Roof Accessories · 2 years: Water-tightness of Waterproofing · 2 years: Weather-tightness of exterior Glazing, Windows, and Doors. · Mechanical and Electrical Work as specified in Division 15 and 16 respectively. · Special Warranties called for in other Sections of Specifications · The above Weather-tight and Water-tight Warranties include the replacement, at no additional cost to Owner, of any damaged Building Materials or Building Contents. · Without voiding specified Warranties or relieving the Contractor of Contractor's responsibilities during Warranty Periods, the Owner reserves the right to make temporary and emergency repairs as necessary to maintain the structure and its contents.

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LABORATORY TESTING COSTS Article 13.5 shall be amended as follows: · Owner will pay testing costs as stipulated in Section 01453.

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CONTRACT TERMINATION FOR OWNER'S CONVENIENCE Article 14.4.3 shall be amended as follows: · Delete the phrase "along with reasonable overhead and profit on the Work not executed."

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

00800-11

SECTION 01110

SUMMARY OF WORK

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WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Work of this Contract comprises the construction of a new Assisted Living & Independent Living Facility located in Castle Rock, Colorado.

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Base Bid & Alternate Bids: Section 01200

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WORK BY OTHERS UNDER SEPARATE CONTRACT Concurrently with Work of this Contract: Tenant Improvement Work

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WORK PERFORMED BY OWNER Concurrently with Work of this Contract: · Products furnished by Owner for installation by Contractor: · Appliances where indicated on Drawings as OFCI · Equipment where indicated on Drawings as OFCI · Other Work identified on Drawings as Owner Furnished & Contractor Installed (OFCI) · Products furnished and installed by Owner: · Telephones · Television Sets · Computers · Furniture · Equipment not included in this Contract · Other Work identified on Drawings as Owner Furnished & Owner Installed (OFOI)

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CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES Except as otherwise stipulated above, Contractor will have complete and exclusive use of the Premises for the execution of the Work. If and where necessary and when directed, move any stored Products, Equipment, or Vehicles which are under Contractor's control, and which interfere with operations of Owner or separate Contractor. Obtain and pay for any necessary additional Storage or Work Areas at no additional cost to Owner. Contractor shall conduct his operations as to insure the least reasonable inconvenience to the General Public.

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SECTION 01110

SUMMARY OF WORK

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WORK WITHIN PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY The Contractor shall obtain any required Right-Of-Way Work Permits, pay Permit Fees, and comply with governing Regulatory Agency requirements, including providing any additional Insurance required by Public Authority.

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PRODUCTS FURNISHED BY OWNER & INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR Owner's Responsibilities: · In compliance with approved Construction Progress Schedule: · Arrange for and deliver necessary Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples to Contractor. · Arrange and pay for Product delivery to Site. · Deliver Supplier's Bill of Materials to Contractor. · Inspect Product deliveries jointly with Contractor. · Submit claims for transportation damage. · Arrange for replacement of damaged, defective, missing, or otherwise unacceptable Items. · Arrange for required Manufacturer's inspections, service, bonds, and warranties. Contractor's Responsibilities: · Designate in Construction Schedule delivery date for each Product. · Review Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples. Notify Architect about any discrepancies or problems anticipated in Product installation or use. · Receive Product and unload at Project Site. · Inspect Product jointly with Owner. Record any damage, shortage, or defect. · Protect Products against damage and discoloration. · Assemble, install, connect, adjust, and finish Products as stipulated in respective Specification Sections. · Clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Contractor.

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PROTECTING EXISTING UTILITIES Drawings indicate approximate location of any known, concealed Utility Lines. Before starting work, Contractor shall determine exact location of any of these Lines that could be damaged by Contract Work. Contractor shall assume that other unknown Utility Lines do exist, and Contractor shall proceed with caution when working in areas that could conceal unknown Utilities. If such Utility Lines are encountered, immediately request disposition instructions from Architect. If Utility Lines are damaged, remove, repair, or replace Lines as directed. Additional compensation and/or extensions of time, if any, caused by removing, repairing, or replacing Lines will be determined in accordance with General Conditions. 01110-2

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SECTION 01110

SUMMARY OF WORK

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RESPONSE TIME FOR CORRECTING NON-COMPLYING WORK Contractor's response to notice of Work to be Corrected shall be accomplished during the following time periods: · Emergency Work: · Failures or deficiencies constituting immediate danger or health hazard to People or likely damage to Property. · Response Time: 24 hours per day 7 days per week · Urgent Work: · Failures or deficiencies which do not immediately endanger Persons or Property, but would soon do so if not corrected. · Response Time: Between 7:00 AM & 4:00 PM on Mondays thru Fridays and within 3 calendar days following receipt of Notice. · Routine Work: · Failures or deficiencies of less importance that do not meet criteria of Emergency or Urgent Work. · Response Time: Between 7:00 AM & 4:00 PM on Mondays thru Fridays and within 5 calendar days following receipt of Notice.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

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SECTION 01115

DESIGNATED DESIGN-BUILD REQUIREMENTS

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GENERAL Certain Work Components of this Project have not been designed or detailed by the Architect or the Architect's Consultants, and the Components must be designed, engineered, and built by the Contractor. Design-Build Components are defined as either or both of the following: · Complete and operational Systems that perform their intended use. · Structural Elements which will be subject to Lateral or Vertical Loads. The Contractor shall coordinate and assume (or assign to Subcontractor) complete responsibility for design, engineering, submittals, fabrication, transportation, and installation of this Work. Prior to starting Work, the Contractor shall submit all Design-Build documents to the governing Building Department for review and approval. Each Design-Build item will require a separate Permit and Fee, which shall be paid by the Contractor.

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DESIGN-BUILD COMPONENTS OF THE WORK Requiring Building Department review and approval: · Plywood Web Joists: Section 06174 · Plate Connected Wood Trusses: Section 06176 · Glue-laminated Structural Wood Units: Section 06180 · Firestopping: Section 07840 · Aluminum Entrance Systems: Section 08400 · Ceiling Suspension Systems: Sections 09100 & 09500 · Elevators: Section 14200 · Fire Sprinkler System: Division 15 · Electrical Power & Lighting Systems: Division 16

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SUBMITTALS Comply with Building Department requirements. Include design criteria, design assumptions, structural calculations, fabrication and construction details, required clearances, and interface requirements. Affix Design Professional's seal of Colorado State License on all Submittals.

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OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES The Owner will not pay for progress delays, additional Work, additional products, restocking, or reworking required by Contractor's failure to coordinate Design-Build Work with other Project Work.

END OF SECTION 01115-1

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01200

BASE BID & ALTERNATE BIDS

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Submission & Acceptance of Bids: Section 00200 Summary of Work: Section 01110

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BASE BID Includes all Work shown on Drawings or included in Specifications, excepting only that Work noted in the following Alternate Bids, and that Work specifically noted as excepted.

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ALTERNATE BIDS The following Alternate Bids are each identified by number and each describes basic changes to be incorporated into the Work, only when that Alternate is made part of the Work by specific provision in the Owner-Contractor Agreement. Referenced Specification Sections stipulate pertinent requirements for Products and methods to achieve the Work stipulated in the Alternate. Coordinate related Work and modify surrounding Work as required to integrate the Work of the Alternate, and to provide complete construction required by Contract Documents. Alternate Bid No. 1: · In lieu of Wood Siding specified in Section 06420, substitute Brick Veneer specified in Section 04200. Alternate Bid No. 2: · In lieu of Concrete Paving specified in Section 02770, substitute Masonry Paving specified in Section 02780. Alternate Bid No. 3: · In lieu of Gypsum Board covered Frame Walls specified in Section 09250, substitute Wood Railings specified in Section 06220. Alternate Bid No. 4: · Increase Thermal Insulation "R" Values specified in Section 07200 as follows: · At Undersides of Pitched Roof Framing: R = 38 · Above Topmost Ceilings where adjacent to Horizontal Roofs: R = 38 · Above Exterior Soffits: R = 21 · Within Exterior Frame Walls: R = 21 · Undersides of Floor over Unheated Spaces: R = 21

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

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SECTION 01210

CASH ALLOWANCES

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GENERAL Include in Contract Sum all Allowances itemized below to be expended in accordance with General Conditions. Designate in Construction Progress Schedule delivery dates for Products specified under each Allowance. Designate in Schedule of Values each Allowance.

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RELATED SECTIONS See Specification Section referenced below.

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PRODUCT ALLOWANCE Include in the Contract Sum the following: · $114,000 for purchase and installation of Commercial Kitchen Equipment specified in Section 11400. Allowance includes: · Product cost to Contractor, less any applicable trade discounts. · Delivery to Site. · Required Labor. In addition to Allowance amount, include in Contract Sum the Contractor's cost for the following: · Handling Products at Site; including unloading, uncrating, and storage. · Protection against damage and discoloration. · Other expenses required to complete installation. · Contractor's and Subcontractors' overhead and profit.

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PRODUCT SELECTION UNDER ALLOWANCES Architect's Duties: · Consult with Contractor in consideration of Products, Suppliers, and Installers. · Make selection in consultation with Owner. Obtain Owner's written decision, designating: · Products, Models, and Finishes. · Accessories and attachments. · Supplier and Installer as applicable. · Contractor's Cost delivered to Site and installed, as applicable. · Manufacturer's Warranties. · Prepare Change Order. (Cont.)

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SECTION 01210

CASH ALLOWANCES

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PRODUCT SELECTION UNDER ALLOWANCES (Cont.) Contractor's Duties: · Assist Architect and Owner in determining qualified Suppliers and Installers. · Obtain Proposals from suppliers and installers when requested by Architect. · Make appropriate recommendations for Architect's consideration. · Notify Architect promptly of: · Any reasonable objection Contractor may have against product, supplier, or party under consideration. · Any effect on Construction Schedule anticipated by selections under consideration.

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COST ADJUSTMENTS Should Net Cost be more or less than Allowance Amount, Contract Sum will be adjusted accordingly by Change Order. Change Order Amount will recognize any changes in handling costs at site, labor, installation costs, overhead, profit, and other expenses caused by selection. Submit any claims for anticipated additional costs at site, or other expenses caused by selection under Allowance, prior to execution of Work. Submit documentation for actual additional costs at site, or other expenses caused by Allowance selection, within 10 working days after Work completion. Failure to submit claims within designated time will constitute waiver of claims for additional cost. At Contract Closeout, reflect all approved Contract Sum changes in final statement of accounting.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

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SECTION 01295

APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS General Conditions: Section 00700 Supplementary Conditions: Section 00800 Summary of Work: Section 01110 Contract Closeout: Section 01770

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FORMAT & DATA REQUIRED Submit itemized applications typed on AIA Document G702, Application and Certificate for Payment, together with Continuation Sheets AIA Document G703. Forms can be ordered from: · Seattle Chapter AIA Office; 1911 1st Ave.; Seattle, WA 98101; (206) 448-4938 · American Institute of Architects; P.O. Box 60; Williston, VT 05495-0060; (800) 365-2724

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PREPARATION OF APPLICATION FOR EACH PROGRESS PAYMENT Application Form: · Fill in required information. · Fill in summary of dollar values to agree with respective totals indicated on Continuation Sheets. · Execute certification with signature of responsible officer of Contracting Firm. Continuation Sheets: · Identify each major item of Work by number and title matching those listed in Table of Contents of this Project Manual. · Fill in scheduled Dollar Value for each Item. · Fill in Dollar Value in each Column for each scheduled Line Item when Work has been performed or Products stored. · Round off Values to nearest dollar. · List each Change Order, executed prior to date of submission, at end of Continuation Sheets. Include Change Order Number and brief description.

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SECTION 01295

APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT

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PAYMENT FOR PRODUCTS STORED OFF THE PROJECT SITE When delay or added cost to Owner can be avoided by storing Products off Site, Owner will make payment to Contractor for said Products provided that Contractor shall: · Locate Storage Facilities within 10 miles of Project Site. · Make Storage Facilities available for Architect's visual inspection. · Segregate and label Stored Products for specified Project. · Assume all risk for loss. · Assume responsibility for exceeding Product "shelf life". · Protect Stored Products and provide applicable Insurance against their damage, discoloration, and theft, naming the Owner and any Mortgagee as Additional Insureds. · Submit itemized Inventory and Schedule of Values for Stored Products together with Certificate of Insurance. · Submit payment requests to Owner as part of Contractor's regular Progress Payment Request. · Reimburse Owner for damages sustained if Stored Products are not delivered to Jobsite when needed. · Submit to Owner, with copy to Architect, a written Waiver of Lien insuring Owner against claims for unpaid Storage Costs. · Upon receipt of payment from Owner prepare and issue to Owner, with a copy for Architect and any Mortgagee, a Bill of Sale for Stored Products. (See required Bill of Sale Form bound hereinafter.)

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APPLICATION SCHEDULE On or before 24th day of month for which payment is due: · Submit Application for Payment to Architect's Representative. On or before 8th day of month following submittal of approved Application: · Until Substantial Completion, Owner will pay Ninety-five Percent (95%) of value of Work acceptably performed, and of materials stored as defined in General Conditions during the previous month, as estimated by Architect. Upon execution of Certificate of Substantial Completion: · Balance due under Contract will be paid, excluding Retainage Amount of at least double the estimated value of uncompleted and/or unacceptable portions of Work, or $5,000.00, whichever is the greater amount. 30 days after final inspection and acceptance by Owner: · Balance due under Contract will be paid, provided Work be then fully completed and Contract be then fully performed.

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SECTION 01295

APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT

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SUBMITTAL PROCEDURE Submit Applications for Payment to Architect at times stipulated above. Required Application Copies with each Submittal: 3 When Architect finds Application properly completed and correct, he will transmit Certificate for Payment to Owner, with copy to Contractor.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01295-3

SECTION 01310

PROJECT COORDINATION

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CONSTRUCTION ORGANIZATION & START-UP Establish on-site Lines of Authority and Communications including the following: · Preconstruction Meeting and Progress Meetings as specified in Section 01315. · Establish procedures for Intra-project Communications including: · Submittals · Reports & Records · Recommendations · Coordination Drawings · Schedules · Resolution of Conflicts · Contract Documents Interpretation: · Consult with Architect to obtain interpretation · Assist in resolution of questions or conflicts which may arise · Transmit written interpretations to Subcontractors and to other concerned parties · Permits & Approvals: · Verify that Subcontractors have obtained required Permits and Inspections for Work and for Temporary Facilities. · Control use of Site: · Supervise Field Engineering and Project Layout. · Allocate Field Office Space and Work and Storage Areas for use of each Subcontractor.

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COORDINATING SUBCONTRACTORS' WORK Coordinate the Work of all Subcontractors and make certain that, where the Work of one Trade is dependent upon the Work of another Trade, the Work first installed is properly placed, installed, aligned, and finished as specified or required to properly receive subsequent Materials applied or attached thereto. Direct Subcontractors to correct defects in Substrates they install when Subcontractors of subsequent Materials have a reasonable and justifiable objection to such surfaces. (Cont.) 01310-1

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SECTION 01310

PROJECT COORDINATION

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COORDINATING SUBCONTRACTORS' WORK (Cont.) Do not force Subcontractors to apply or install Product over improperly installed or improperly finished Substrate that would result in an unsatisfactory or unacceptable finished Product.

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COORDINATING WORK WITH OWNER'S WORK Coordinate, and make certain that, where Work of either party is dependent upon the other party, the Work first performed is properly placed, installed, aligned, and finished as required to permit the proper installation of the following Work. If the Owner's Work in any way interferes with the Contractor's Work, so notify the Owner sufficiently in advance so that the Owner has reasonable time to make necessary adjustments. If the Contractor's Work in any way interferes with the Owner's Work, so notify the Owner as soon as possible. If the Contractor's Work must be modified to accommodate the Owner's Work, the Contract Sum and/or the Contract Time will, when necessary, be adjusted by a Change Order.

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COORDINATING WORK WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS' WORK Coordinate, and make certain that, where Work of either party is dependent upon the other party, the Work first performed is properly placed, installed, aligned, and finished as required to permit the proper installation of the following Work. If Other Contractors' Work in any way interferes with this Contractor's Work, so notify Owner's Representative sufficiently in advance so that the Owner has reasonable time to make necessary adjustments. If this Contractor's Work in any way interferes with Other Contractors' Work, so notify Owner's Representative as soon as possible. If this Contractor's Work must be modified to accommodate Other Contractors' Work, the Contract Sum and/or the Contract Time will, when necessary, be adjusted by a Change Order.

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CLOSE-OUT DUTIES Mechanical & Electrical Equipment start-up: · Comply with requirements specified in Section 01750. At completion of Work of each Subcontract, conduct inspection to assure that: · Work is acceptable. · Specified cleaning has been accomplished. · Temporary Facilities and Debris have been removed from Site. (Cont.)

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SECTION 01310

PROJECT COORDINATION

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CLOSE-OUT DUTIES (Cont.) Substantial Completion: · Conduct inspection and prepare list of Work to be completed or corrected. · Assist Architect in inspection. · Supervise correction and completion of Work as established in Architect's Inspection Reports. Final Completion: · Assist Architect in inspection. · Comply with requirements specified in Section 01770.

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SECTION 01315

PROJECT MEETINGS

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GENERAL Pre-construction Meeting: · Owner's Representative will: · Schedule Meeting · Make physical arrangements for Meeting · Prepare Meeting Agenda · Preside at Meeting · Record, reproduce, and distribute copies of Minutes to: · Meeting participants · Parties affected by decisions made at Meeting Periodic Progress Meetings and specially called Meetings throughout the progress of the Work: · Contractor shall: · Prepare Meeting agenda · Distribute Notice of each Meeting four days in advance of Meeting date · Make physical arrangements for Meetings · Preside at Meetings · Record Meeting minutes, including significant proceedings and decisions. · Reproduce and distribute copies of Minutes within 3 days after each Meeting to each of the following: · All Meeting participants · All parties affected by decisions made at Meeting · Architect · Owner's Representative · Representatives of Contractor, Subcontractors, and Suppliers attending Meetings shall be qualified and authorized to act on behalf of entity each represents. · Architect, other Design Consultants, and Owner's Representative may attend Meetings to ascertain that Work is expedited consistent with Contract Documents and Construction Schedules.

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PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING Schedule within 15 days after date of Notice to Proceed. · Location: Central site, convenient for all parties, designated by Owner's Representative. (Cont.) 01315-1

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SECTION 01315

PROJECT MEETINGS

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PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING (Cont.) Required Attendance: · Owner's Representative · Architect · Design Consultants · Contractor's Superintendent · Major Subcontractors · Major Suppliers · Others as appropriate Minimum Agenda: · Identify Owner's & Contractor's authorized Representatives · Distribution and discussion of: · List of major Subcontractors and Suppliers · Projected Construction Schedules · Critical work sequencing · Major Equipment deliveries and priorities · Project coordination · Designation of responsible personnel · Procedures and processing of: · Field decisions · Proposal requests · Submittals · Change Orders · Applications for Payment · Adequacy of Contract Documents distribution · Procedures for maintaining Record Documents · Use of premises: · Office, Staging, Storage, and Work areas. · Owner's requirements · Construction Facilities, Controls, and Construction Aids. · Temporary Utilities · Safety and First-aid procedures · Hazardous Materials · Security procedures · Housekeeping procedures · Product recycling & Waste management · Laboratory Testing Services

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SECTION 01315

PROJECT MEETINGS

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PROGRESS MEETINGS (Cont.) The following shall attend: · General Contractor's Superintendent · Mechanical Contractor's Superintendent · Electrical Contractor's Superintendent Others with interest in Project may attend and shall attend when invited. Minimum Agenda: · Review and approval of previous meeting Minutes · Review Work progress since previous meeting · Field observations, problems, conflicts. · Problems which impede construction schedule · Review off-site fabrication and delivery schedules · Corrective measures and procedures to regain projected schedule · Revisions to Construction Schedule · Progress schedule during succeeding work period. · Coordination of schedules · Review submittal schedules; expedite as required. · Maintenance of quality standards · Pending changes and substitutions · Review proposed changes for: · Effect on Construction Schedule and on completion date · Effect on other Project Contracts · Other business

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SECTION 01315

PROJECT MEETINGS

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PRE-INSTALLATION CONFERENCES (Cont.) Minimum Agenda: (Cont.) · Temporary Facilities · Work space and access · Governing regulations · Safety · Inspection and testing requirements · Maintenance requirements · Protection

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01315-4

SECTION 01320

PROGRESS SCHEDULES

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GENERAL Prepare and submit to Architect estimated Progress Schedules for the Work, with Subschedules of Related Activities which are essential to its progress. Revise Schedules when appropriate. If Contractor fails to deliver Schedule on time or properly update Schedule, Architect may withhold Progress Payment approval until such time as Contractor complies with these requirements. If, in Architect's opinion, Work progress falls behind approved Schedule, Contractor shall take necessary action to regain lost time. Contractor shall increase Work amount, or number of shifts, or establish overtime operations, or all three, and submit for review Schedule revisions in which progress rate will be regained, all without additional cost to the Owner. Contractor's failure to comply with these requirements shall be grounds for determination that Contractor is not prosecuting Work with such diligence as will insure Project completion within specified time. Upon such determination Owner may terminate Contractor's right to proceed with Work, or any separable part thereof, in accordance with General Conditions. The Contractor and all Subcontractors, Suppliers, and Manufacturers shall schedule material deliveries and installations to conform to the Schedule, and provisions to this effect shall be included in all Subcontracts.

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SCHEDULES Form: Bar Graph Horizontal Time Scale: Identify first Work Day of each Week. Scale and Spacing: Allow space for notations and future revisions. Headings: Include separate heading for each Specification Section Title and Section Number listed in Project Manual Table of Contents.

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SCHEDULE CONTENTS Construction Progress Schedule: · Show complete sequence of construction by activity, including any Work performed by Owner. · Show dates for beginning, and completion, of each major element of Work. (Cont.) 01320-1

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SECTION 01320

PROGRESS SCHEDULES

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SCHEDULE CONTENTS (Cont.) Submittal Schedule for Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples: · Show dates for Contractor's submittals. · Show dates Submittals will be required for Owner-furnished Products. · Show dates Approved Submittals will be required from the Architect. Products Delivery Schedule: · Show delivery dates for Products furnished by Owner.

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SCHEDULE REVISIONS Indicate progress of each Activity up to date of each Schedule submission. Show changes occurring since previous Schedule submission, including the following: · Major changes in scope · Activities modified since previous submission · Revised projections of progress and completion · Other identifiable changes Provide a Narrative Report as needed to define: · Problem areas, anticipated delays, and related impact on Schedule. · Corrective action recommended, and expected effect. · The effect of changes on schedules of other Prime Contractors.

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SUBMISSIONS Submit initial Schedule by or before Pre-construction Conference. Architect will review Schedules and return Review Copy within 10 days after receipt. Architect's review will be for Schedule Format and Content only, and will not include Schedule "achievability", which is Contractor's responsibility. If required, resubmit within 7 days after return of Review Copy. Submit revised Progress Schedules with each Application for Payment. Submit 2 approved opaque copies of each submission for Architect's permanent use.

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DISTRIBUTION Distribute copies of Schedules to: · Jobsite file · Subcontractors · Architect · Owner's Representative · Other concerned parties Instruct recipients to report promptly to Contractor, in writing, any problems anticipated by projections shown in Schedules. END OF SECTION 01320-2

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SECTION 01330

SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, & SAMPLES

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GENERAL Extent of Work: · Submit Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples only for those Items specifically required. The Architect will not be obligated to review Shop Drawings, Product Data, or Samples other than those required by the Contract Documents. · Incomplete Submittals will be returned without review. Related Requirements specified Elsewhere: · Definitions, and additional requirements; see General Conditions, Section 00700. Submittal Schedule: · Designate in Construction Schedule, or in separate coordinated Schedule, submission dates and dates that reviewed Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples will be needed.

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SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Shop Drawings: · Identify Shop Drawing Details by reference to Drawing Sheet, Detail, Schedule, or Room Number shown on Contract Drawings. · Sheet Size: 8-1/2 x 11 inch, or folded to that size to facilitate filing. Product Data: · Clearly mark each copy to identify pertinent Products. · Show performance characteristics and capacities. · Show dimensions and required clearances. · Show wiring and piping diagrams, and controls. · Manufacturer's standard schematic drawings and diagrams: · Modify to delete information not applicable to Work. · Supplement standard information to provide information specifically applicable to Work. Samples: · Size & Quantity: See respective Specification Sections. · Show full range of color, texture and pattern. · Deliver to Architect's office, unless otherwise specified.

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CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES Review and approve Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples prior to submission. Determine and verify: · Field measurements · Product Quantities · Field construction criteria · Catalog numbers and similar data · Conformance with Specifications 01330-1

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SECTION 01330

SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, & SAMPLES

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CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES (Cont.) Comply with Contract Documents. Coordinate each Submittal with requirements of Work. Notify Architect in writing, at submission time, of any deviations in Submittals from Contract Document requirements. Perform no Work or Fabrication requiring Submittal until Architect approves Submittal.

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SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS Including attached Submittal Transmittal (CSI Form 12.1A), make submittals promptly in accordance with approved Progress Schedule, and in such sequence as to cause no Work delay. Quantity of submittals required: · Shop Drawings: · Submit 2 opaque copies for Architect's review (4 copies when Architect's Consultants' review is required). Architect will return 1 copy with comments and corrections. Contractor shall resubmit 2 copies of corrected Drawings for Architect's permanent files. · Product Data: · Submit sufficient copies for Contractor's needs, plus 2 copies which will be retained by Architect. · Samples: · Submit quantity stated in respective Specification Section. Submittal shall contain: · Project Title and names of Contractor, Supplier, and Manufacturer, all visible when Drawings are folded. · Project identification complete with Specification Section number. · Field measurements clearly identified as such. · Applicable Standards, such as ASTM or Federal Specification numbers. · Identification of deviations from Contract Documents. · Identification of resubmittal revisions. · At least 6x8 inch space on each page for Contractor's and Architect's Approval Stamps. · Contractor's Stamp, signed and certifying that Products, field measurements, field construction criteria, and information submitted has been reviewed and accepted by Contractor as accurate and conforming with Contract Documents. Submittals not bearing Contractor's signed Approval Stamp will be returned unreviewed.

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SECTION 01330

SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, & SAMPLES

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RESUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS Make any corrections or changes in submittals required by Architect and resubmit until approved. Shop Drawings and Product Data: · Revise initial drawings or data, and resubmit as specified for initial submittal. · Identify any changes made other than those requested by Architect. Samples: · Submit new samples as required for initial submittal.

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ARCHITECT'S RESPONSIBILITIES Review submittals with reasonable promptness. Affix signature and indicate approval, or requirements for resubmittal. Return submittals to Contractor for distribution, or resubmission.

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ARCHITECT-FURNISHED COMPUTERIZED DATA Upon 48 hour advance notice, Architect will make 1 copy of Architect's Computerized Data showing related portions of Architect's Drawings, available for Contractor's and Subcontractors' use for the preparation of Shop Drawings. Delivery Method: Disk or E-Mail Cost to Contractor (Payable to Architect): None Liability: · To the best of the Architect's belief and understanding, the submitted information is accurate, however the Architect makes the Data available as a convenience to the Contractor, and the Architect does not guarantee the accuracy of the Drawings or the Dimensions thereon. The Contractor shall verify the accuracy of the furnished information.

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SECTION 01420

REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS Products or workmanship specified by Referenced Specification or Standard shall comply with requirements of the Specification or Standard, except when more rigid requirements are noted on Drawings, or are specified herewith, or are required by governing Codes. Should Referenced Specification or Standard conflict with Contract Documents, request clarification from Architect before proceeding with Work. Contractual relationships of Parties to Contract shall not be altered from those described in Contract Documents by mention or inference in Referenced Specifications or Standards. Except where a specific date is specified, the date of the Referenced Specification or Standard is that in effect as of the date of the Owner-Contractor Agreement.

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REGULATORY AGENCIES REFERENCES AASHTO American Association of State Highway & Transportation Officials 444 North Capital Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20001 (202) 624-5800 Americans with Disabilities Act Equal Employment Opportunity Commission U.S. Dept. of Justice U.S. Government Printing Office Mail Stop: SSOP Washington D.C. 20402-9328 American National Standards Institute 1819 L St. NW - Suite 600 Washington DC 20036 (202) 293-8020 (Cont.) 01420-1

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SECTION 01420

REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS

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REGULATORY AGENCIES REFERENCES (Cont.) ASA American Standards Association (Now known as ANSI: See above) ASTM International Formerly known as American Society for Testing & Materials 100 Barr Harbor Dr. West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959 (610) 832-9585 Consumer Product Safety Commission National Injury Information Clearinghouse 5401 Westbard Ave. Rm. 625 Washington, DC 20207 (301) 492-6580 Commercial Standards Commodities Division Department of Commerce Washington, D.C. 20006 US Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 - The Pacific Northwest 1200 Sixth Ave. Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 553-1200 Factory Mutual Engineering & Research Corp 1151 Boston-Providence Turnpike Norwood, MA 02062 (617) 762-4300 Federal Specifications of US General Services Administration Specifications & Consumer Information Distribution Sect. (WFSIS) Washington Navy Yard, Bldg. 197 Washington, D.C. 20407 International Building Code published by International Code Conference (ICC) 5203 Leesburg Pike - Suite 708 Falls Church, VA 22041 International Mechanical Code published by ICC (See IBC above) (Cont.) 01420-2

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Fed. Spec.

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SECTION 01420

REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS & STANDARDS

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REGULATORY AGENCIES REFERENCES (Cont.) IPC International Plumbing Code published by ICC (See IBC above) National Bureau of Fire Underwriters 85 John Street New York, NY 10017 National Bureau of Standards U.S. Dept. of Commerce Quince Orchard & Clopper Rds. Gaithersburg, MD 20878 (301) 975-2000 National Electric Code published by National Fire Protection Association National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA 02169 (617) 770-3000 Occupational Safety & Health Administration 200 Constitution Ave. NW - Room N3468 Washington, DC 20210 (202) 693-2020 Product Standards of Commodities Division Department of Commerce Washington, DC 20203 United States of America Standards Institute (Now known as ANSI: See above) Underwriters Laboratories 333 Pfingsten Road Northbrook, IL 60062 (312) 272-8800

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SECTION 01450

CONTRACTOR'S QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM

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EXTENT OF WORK Contractor shall implement and maintain aggressive Quality Control Program conforming to the following requirements: · Monitor quality of all Work, including that of Subcontractors and Service Providers, to ensure that Work complies with Contract Documents. · Include compliance with currently approved Progress Schedule. · Include continuing inspections of Work. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: · Prior to submission to Architect, and in compliance with requirements specified in Section 01330, review and approve Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples for compliance with Contract Documents. · Prior to starting Work, review appropriate Contract Drawings & Specifications, Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples, and Contract Modifications, as well as affected Existing Conditions. · Work closely and cooperate with Architect, attend required Meetings, and execute decisions reached by Architect. · Assign and maintain at Jobsite, Supervisory Personnel acceptable to Owner, who have authority to act in Contractor's behalf at all times Work is being performed, including any Overtime Periods. · Schedule and coordinate inspections and tests with Regulatory Agency Inspectors and with Testing Agency Personnel. · Submit to Architect and Owner's Representative signed Reports of Inspections and Tests made by Building Officials, Special Inspectors, and any others performing inspections or tests. · Schedule and coordinate required Pre-Installation Conferences. · Assure that Record Documents, including those prepared by Subcontractors, are accurately maintained and up to date. · Schedule and coordinate specified System and Equipment demonstrations and training sessions for Owner's Personnel. · Make final inspections with Subcontractors of all Work to determine that Work is in compliance with Contract Documents. Prior to calling for Architect's and Owner's Substantial Completion and Final Inspections, verify that Work deficiencies discovered during Contractor's inspections have been satisfactorily corrected. · Unless otherwise directed, accompany Architect and Owner during their inspections. · Coordinate final closeout procedures, including those of Subcontractors, to assure compliance with procedures specified in Section 01770.

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SECTION 01453

TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Inspections and testing required by laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, and orders of Public Authorities; See General Conditions: Section 00700. Product Certification: See respective Specification Sections. Equipment testing, adjusting, and balancing: See respective Specification Sections.

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COSTS Paid by Owner: · For Testing Laboratory services specified in this Section. · For Code-required Special Inspections of Masonry, Welding, Bolting, Epoxy Anchoring, and Concrete Placing. Paid by Contractor: · For retesting required because of defective Work or ill-timed notices, and for reinspections.

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LABORATORY'S QUALIFICATIONS Independent Laboratory acceptable to Architect and Building Official. Meet "Recommended Requirements for Independent Laboratory Qualification," latest edition, published by American Council of Independent Laboratories; 1725 K Street, N.W.; Washington, D.C. 20036. Meet ASTM E-329 latest edition, "Standards of Recommended Practice for Inspection and Testing agencies for Concrete and Steel as used in Construction".

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LABORATORY'S DUTIES Provide qualified Personnel for specified inspections, sampling, and testing. Ascertain and certify compliance with Contract Documents. When requested by Architect, provide interpretation of Test results. Promptly submit written Inspection & Test Reports to: · Owner's Representative · Building Official · Contractor · Architect Additionally, submit copies of the following Reports to: · Tested Earthwork: Geotechnical Engineer · Tested Asphaltic Concrete: Civil Engineer · Tested Structural Work: Structural Engineer (Cont.) 01453-1

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SECTION 01453

TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES

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LABORATORY'S DUTIES (Cont.) Include the following in Test Reports: · Date issued · Project title, location, and Building Permit number. · Testing Laboratory name and address · Inspector's name · Date of inspection or sampling · Record of temperature and weather · Date of test · Identification of Product tested · Test location in Project · Type of inspection or test · Observations regarding compliance with Contract Documents Laboratory is not authorized to: · Release, revoke, alter, or enlarge on Contract Documents requirements. · Approve or accept any portion of Work · Assume any duties of Contractor · Stop Work

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CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES Cooperate with Laboratory Personnel, and provide access to Work and to Manufacturer's operations. Provide to Laboratory representative samples of materials to be tested, in required quantities. Furnish casual labor and facilities: · For access to Work to be tested · To obtain and handle Test Samples at Site · To facilitate inspections and tests · For Laboratory's exclusive use for storage and curing of Test Samples until removed to Laboratory Notify Laboratory at least 24 hours in advance of operations to allow for Personnel assignments and Test scheduling. Repair any Test Holes to match original conditions.

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SECTION 01453

TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES

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EARTHWORK DENSITY Method: Nuclear Gauge Provide Tests for each layer of Fill and Backfill placed in any 1 day, for Pavement Beds in cuts, if any, and for any Earthwork Construction which will support Finished Surfaces or Structures.

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ASPHALT PAVEMENT Conduct 1 test for each 20,000 sq. ft., or less, of Pavement placed in any 1 day as follows: · Compacted Base Rock field-density using Nuclear Gauge. · Placement Tests to determine Asphalt-Cement content, gradation of Aggregate, Voids, Temperature, and Marshall Stability of Mix. · Finished product Core Sample to check Compaction and Voids.

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CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE Test Samples shall be taken at the following locations: · At Pumped Concrete, if any: At Pump Hose discharge end · At Rotary Mixer: At Mixer Chute discharge end Test Concrete Slump as follows: · Follow ASTM C-143 and C-172. · Prepare tests from same batch as that employed in preparing Strength-test Specimens, unless otherwise directed. · If Measured Slump falls outside specified limits retest immediately from another portion of same load. In event of second failure Concrete shall be considered as failing Specification requirements. Test Concrete Compressive Strength as follows: · Follow ASTM C-31, C-39, and C-172. · Prepare not less than 5 Test Cylinders for each 100 cu. yds. or less for each strength of Concrete cast in any 1 day. · Test-break two Cylinders at 7 days of age, two at 28 days, and remaining Cylinder if and when directed to do so. · If any set of two Cylinders does not develop full design strength at 28 days of age, Cores and Load-testing may be called for. All Coring and Load-testing costs shall be paid by Contractor. Test Concrete Air-content as follows: · Follow ASTM C-231. · Test each Cylinder containing Air-Entrainment.

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SECTION 01453

TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES

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STRUCTURAL STEEL Inspection at Fabrication Shop and Jobsite as follows: · Qualification of Bolting and Welding procedures and personnel. · Inspection of Specification conformance of fabricated Structural Steel Members and Assemblies.

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TRANSPARENT WATER REPELLENT At least 5 days after Repellent application, conduct Rilem Uptake Tests as follows: · Minimum Tests per each 500 sq. ft. of Treated Surface: 1 · Minimum Test Duration: 20 minutes · Maximum Absorption Rate per Test: 0.5 ml or at least 90% improvement over Untreated Sample.

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CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB MOISTURE & VAPOR CONTENT At 30 days and at 5 days prior to Flooring placement, and in accordance with ASTM F1869, determine Moisture-content and Vapor-emission rate of Concrete to receive Flooring.

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

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GENERAL Comply with governing Codes and Regulations. Pay any required Fees or Easement Assessments. Enforce safe and sanitary practices. Maintain clean Facilities. Prevent wasteful Utility uses. Should Owner occupy part of Facility, Owner will pay Owner's proportional Utility cost.

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PROJECT SIGN Owner will furnish Sign for installation by Contractor (OFIC). Locate Sign Board where directed by Owner, and secure to 2 nominal 4x4 inch Posts securely set into the Ground. Place no other Signs or Advertisements on Premises without Owner's written approval.

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CONTRACTOR'S FIELD OFFICE General: · Provide substantial, weather-tight Office Building on Premises where directed. · At Contractor's option, Contractor may use Portable Buildings suitable for office-use. · Provide with Heat, Electric Light, and Janitorial Service. · Do not use Field Office or Storage Buildings for Personnel housing. Required Furnishings: · 1 Table large enough to hold open-set of Contract Drawings · 1 Rack large enough to store Contract Drawings, including Record Drawings · 1 Shelf large enough to hold Project Manuals and other similar Documents · 1 metal, legal-size Filing Cabinet to store Shop Drawings and Project Correspondence · May be new or used, but must be safe for use, serviceable, and adequate for intended use.

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OWNER'S ON-SITE SALES OFFICE Owner will furnish and install. Where located and as shown on Drawings, Contractor shall provide Concrete Pad to receive Building, Parking Area, and Temporary Utilities.

(Cont.) 01500-1

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SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

01500-2

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TEMPORARY COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT In Contractor's Field Office provide the following: · At least 1 non-coin-operated direct-line Telephone. · 1 Facsimile (Fax) Machine installed on dedicated telephone line. · 1 Telephone Answering & Message Recording Machine, unless Contractor's on-site Superintendent carries Mobile Phone at all times. · 1 Computer capable of transmitting and receiving E-Mail messages. · Digital Video Camera (MPEG Format). Allow those connected with Work to use, provided they pay for Toll Calls. Install when Work is started, maintain until Work completion, and pay all charges. Subcontractors shall provide and pay for any separate additional Instruments that they may require. Provide wall-mounted Directory at each Instrument listing Name and Business Phone Number of at least the following: · Each Contractor and Subcontractor · Architect · Architect's Consulting Engineers · Testing Laboratories · Physicians · Hospitals · Ambulance · Local Fire Department

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TEMPORARY WATER

Provide and maintain Water for the following purposes: · Service Standpipe equipped with sufficient 3/4 inch Hydrants that any Work Center can be reached with 100 ft. Extension Hose. Equip Hydrants with Backflow Prevention Devices. Each Contractor shall provide his own Extension Hoses. · Drinking Water dispensed in Single-service Containers or Sanitary Fountains. Provide 1 Outlet at each Floor. · Temporary Toilet Facilities · Contractor's Temporary Field Office · Owner's On-site Sales Office · Maintain cool as practicable, clean, and fresh. · Maintain adequate volume. 0Protect against freezing. · Water Source: · Ascertain where Water Service is available, provide required Meters and connections, and extend System to Work area. · Water costs shall be paid by General Contractor.

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01500-2

SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

01500-3

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TEMPORARY TOILET FACILITIES Provide Toilet and Washing Facilities in accordance with governing Regulations. For Enclosures accommodating more that 1 Person, provide Privacy Screens for each Toilet Fixture. If both Men and Women are working, provide separate Facilities for each sex. Maintain each Toilet with Toilet Tissue on suitable Dispenser. Remove Temporary Toilets and use Building Fixtures as soon as feasible. Where necessary, disinfect Premises after Toilet removal and restore to specified condition.

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TEMPORARY BARRICADES Provide all necessary to protect Public and Workers against injury and to protect Project against damage and unauthorized intrusion.

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TEMPORARY EXTERIOR ENCLOSURES Provide sufficient Enclosures to prevent infiltration of Rainwater, Wind, and other Elements, and prevent undue Heat Loss from within Enclosed Area. At no additional cost to Owner, clean, repair, and, when directed, replace any Building Materials or Contents which have been damaged or discolored because of lack of enclosure.

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TEMPORARY FENCING Provide 6 ft. minimum height Chain Link Fencing where shown on Drawings.

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TEMPORARY FIRE PROTECTION Provide and maintain necessary Facilities and Equipment to safeguard Project against Fire Damage.

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Provide and maintain structurally and electrically sound, Code-approved, Temporary Power Distribution System as follows: · Sufficient 20 amp Load Centers that any Work Area can be reached with 100 ft. long Extension Cord. General Contractor and each Subcontractor shall provide their own grounded, UL approved Extension Cords. (Cont.) 01500-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

01500-4

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TEMPORARY ELECTRICITY (Cont.) Power: (Cont.) · Provide and maintain structurally and electrically sound, Code-approved, Temporary Power Distribution System as follows: (Cont.) · Load Centers shall include: · Weatherproof Distribution Boxes · Circuit Breakers for each Outlet · Equipment Grounding Continuity for entire System · Power at proper voltage for: · Contractor's Temporary Field Office · Owner's On-site Sales Office · Temporary Storage and Construction Buildings · Temporary Lighting and Power · Temporary Heating and Ventilating · Temporary Fire Alarm System · Pumping · Testing and checking Equipment · Owner's Facilities continuous operation during Electrical Services change-over · General Contractor and each Subcontractor shall provide their own power and distribution system for Field Welders and any other Special Power beyond that specified herein. Lighting: · Provide and maintain Temporary Lighting at least as follows: · 30 ft. candles measured 3 ft. above Floor in spaces during work. Energize permanent Lighting Fixtures prior to painting, except where Fixtures are mounted on Walls or Ceilings to be painted. Maintain from 15 minutes prior to until 15 minutes past scheduled Work hours. · 5 ft. candles measured 3 ft. above Floor where necessary to prevent damage or injury. Maintain when authorized Personnel are present. Provide Light Control Switches at Area Entrances and successive Areas so Personnel access to Project can be through lighted Areas. · Unless otherwise protected, cover exposed Interior Lamps with Guards. Wiring: · Prevent conflict with General Construction. · Maintain Cords clear of Walkways and other Heavy-traffic Areas. Power Source: · Ascertain where Electrical Service is available, provide required Meters and connections, and extend System to Work Area. · Power costs shall be paid by General Contractor.

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01500-4

SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

01500-5

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TEMPORARY HEATING & VENTILATING Provide Temporary Heat and Ventilation throughout enclosed construction areas to: · Facilitate Work progress. · Protect Work and Products against Dampness and Cold. · Prevent Moisture Condensation on Surfaces. · Provide suitable Ambient Temperatures and Humidity Levels for installation and curing of Products. · Provide adequate Ventilation to meet health regulations for Safe Working Environment. If temporary Portable Heaters are used, exhaust Heater Exhaust Fumes by Ductwork directly to Building Exterior. Continue Temporary Heating and Ventilating until Owner occupies or finally accepts Project, whichever is sooner. Maintain Ventilated Areas in clean condition to avoid undue circulation of Dust and Air-borne Particles. Maintain the following Interior Conditions: · Temperature (24 hours a day) unless otherwise specified in Trade Sections: 55ºF to 75ºF · Minimum Air Changes: 1 each 2 hours · Maximum Relative Humidity: 50% Permanent Building System use: · Operate no permanent Heating or Ventilating Equipment without Mechanical Engineer's authorization that Equipment is properly installed, has clean Air Filters, and is otherwise suitable for use. · Use of permanent Equipment for "temporary" purposes shall not alter Equipment Warranty Period start-date, which shall remain date of Project Substantial Completion. · Maintain System for proper operation. · If adjacent Site Work is producing Dust, do not intake Outside Air, and cover Outside Air Intakes with 30% minimum-efficiency Air Filters. · Immediately prior to Substantial Completion of Project replace Air Filters with new Units, and restore System to like-new condition. Fuel costs shall be paid by Contractor.

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TEMPORARY MOLD-PREVENTION VENTILATION Provide sufficient Ventilation within Project to exhaust Moisture from Ambient Air and Products as required to prevent development of Mold or Mycotoxins. Test Air and Products to assure that moisture-contents do not exceed specified limits. At least 30 calendar days prior to Project Substantial Completion Date, submit Moisture Test Readings for Architect's review and acceptance. If Test Readings exceed specified Moisture Limits, and at no additional cost to Owner, continue Ventilation until acceptable Readings are met and maintained.

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01500-5

SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

01500-6

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TEMPORARY VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION General Contractor shall provide and pay costs for Temporary Stairs, Ramps, Material Hoists, Personnel Hoists, Chutes, etc., required for execution of Work of all Trades, including that required for other Prime Contractors. Subcontractors and other Prime Contractors shall provide their own Ladders, and Scaffolds. Do not use permanent Elevators for temporary hoisting without Owner's written approval. If permission is granted, guarantee protection of Equipment and Component Parts, do not exceed posted Load Capacity, maintain neat and clean, abide by Owner's terms of use, and bear all costs including Elevator Maintenance. Contractor's use of Equipment for Temporary Hoisting in no way implies Owner's acceptance of Work, and Warranty-period commencement shall remain unchanged from that specified elsewhere in these Specifications.

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TEMPORARY EQUIPMENT Thermometer: · Maintain one 10 inch minimum size Outdoor Thermometer. Mount at convenient location not in direct sunlight. · Temperature Range: Minus 30º F to plus 110º F. Protective Headgear: · For Visitors' use, provide 3 adjustable-size, OSHA approved Protective Helmets.

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TEMPORARY FACILITIES REMOVAL Remove Temporary Facilities at Project completion or sooner, if directed. Repair damage, if any, resulting from Temporary Facilities.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01500-6

SECTION 01565

PROJECT SECURITY

01565-1

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REQUIREMENTS INCLUDED Establish and maintain Project Security Program to protect Work, Stored Products, and Construction Equipment against Theft and Vandalism.

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MAINTENANCE OF SECURITY Maintain Security Program throughout construction period, until Owner-occupancy or Owner-acceptance precludes the need for Contractor-security.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01565-1

SECTION 01600

MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT

01600-1

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GENERAL Materials and Equipment incorporated into Work shall: · Conform to applicable Specifications and Standards. · Comply with size, make, type, and quantity specified, unless otherwise approved in writing. Manufactured and Fabricated Products: · Manufacture like parts of duplicate units to standard sizes and gauges, and to be interchangeable. · Two or more items of same kind shall be identical, and by same Manufacturer. · Products shall be suitable for service conditions. · Equipment shall comply with capacity, sizes, and dimensions shown or specified, unless otherwise approved in writing. Do not use Materials or Equipment for any purpose other than that for which designed or specified.

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CONTRACTOR'S OPTIONS For Products specified only by Referenced Standard, select any Product meeting Standard. For Products specified by naming several Products, select any one complying with Specifications. For Products specified by naming one or more Products and "or approved", select any one specified Product or submit request for substitution as specified below.

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INAPPROPRIATE PRODUCTS & METHODS If Contractor believes that any specified Product, Method, or System is inappropriate for use he shall, if possible, so notify Architect at least 5 Working Days prior to Contract award, and if not possible such notice shall be given as soon as possible before performing Work in question. If notice of objection is not received within the time limits specified above, it will be assumed by the Owner that the Contractor agrees that the specified Products, Methods, and Systems are not inappropriate for use on this Project.

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01600-1

SECTION 01600

MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT

01600-2

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QUANTITY OF PRODUCTS REQUIRED Whenever in Specifications a Product is referred to in singular number, such reference shall include as many such Products as are shown on Drawings or are required to complete the Work.

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MANUFACTURERS' INSTRUCTIONS Perform Work in accord with Manufacturers' instructions. Do not omit preparatory or installation procedures required by Manufacturer, unless specifically modified or exempted by Contract Documents. When Contract Documents require Work to comply with Manufacturers' instructions, obtain and distribute such instructions to parties performing work including 2 copies to Architect. Maintain 1 set at jobsite during installation and until acceptance. Handle, install, connect, clean, condition, and adjust Products in strict accord with such instructions and in conformance with specified requirements. Should job conditions or specified requirements conflict with Manufacturers' instructions, consult Architect for further instructions. Do not proceed with Work without clear instructions.

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PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS Refer to Section 01630.

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TRANSPORTATION & HANDLING Arrange Product deliveries in accord with Construction Progress Schedule. Coordinate to avoid conflict with work and site conditions. Deliver Products undamaged, in Manufacturer's original containers or packaging, and with legible identifying labels intact. Immediately upon delivery, inspect shipments to assure compliance with Contract Documents and approved Submittals requirements, and assure that Products are properly protected and undamaged.

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STORAGE & PROTECTION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Maintain Product Identity Labels intact. Store Products subject to weather-damage in weather-tight enclosures. Maintain Storage Room temperature and humidity within ranges required by Manufacturer's instructions. (Cont.) 01600-2

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01600

MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT

01600-3

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STORAGE & PROTECTION (Cont.) Maintain reasonable protection against Product theft and vandalism. Exterior Storage: · Store fabricated Products above ground, on blocking or skids; prevent Product damage and discoloration. · Cover Products subject to deterioration with impervious sheet coverings; provide adequate ventilation to prevent condensation. · Store loose Granular Materials in well-drained area on solid surface to prevent mixing with foreign matter. Inspection of Stored Products: · Arrange Storage to permit easy access for inspection. · Make periodic inspections of stored Products to assure that Products are maintained as specified and are free from damage, discoloration, and deterioration. Protection after Installation: · Provide substantial Coverings as necessary to protect installed Products against damage and discoloration. Remove Covering when no longer needed.

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DAMAGED & REJECTED PRODUCTS DISPOSAL Immediately remove from Project Site, and lawfully dispose, any Damaged or Rejected Products.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01600-3

SECTION 01630

PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS

01630-1

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GENERAL Wherever a Material, Article, or piece of Equipment is identified on the Drawings or in the Specifications by reference to manufacturers' or vendors' names, trade names, catalog numbers, or the like, it is so identified for the purpose of establishing a standard, and any material, article, or piece of equipment of other manufacturers or vendors which will perform adequately the duties imposed by the general design will be considered equally acceptable provided the material, article, or piece of equipment so proposed is, in the opinion of the Architect, of equal substance, appearance, and function. The substituted Product shall not be purchased or installed by the Contractor without the Architect's written approval. The Architect will be sole judge of acceptability of any proposed substitution. Only approved substitutions may be used on Contract Work. Each request for substitution approval shall include: · Identity of Product for which substitution is requested; include Specification page and line number. · Identity of substitution including complete Product description, drawings, photographs, performance and test data, and all other information necessary for evaluation. · Quality comparison of proposed substitution with specified Product. · Changes in other Work required because of substitution. · Effect on construction progress schedule. · Cost of proposed substitution compared with specified Product. · Any required license fees or royalties. · Availability of maintenance service. · Source of replacement materials.

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SUBSTITUTIONS DURING BIDDING PERIOD No request for substitution approval will be considered unless written request in triplicate has been submitted on Standard Form bound hereinafter, and has been received by Architect at least 5 Working Days prior to Subbid submission dates. Requests must be hand-delivered, faxed, or mailed. (Note: Requests submitted without self-addressed and stamped envelope will not be individually acknowledged.) Architect will issue Addenda prior to Subbid submissions listing all approved substitutions.

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01630-1

SECTION 01630

PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS

01630-2

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SUBSTITUTIONS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD In accordance with General Conditions Article 3.4.2, approval will be granted only when recommended by Architect, when approved by Owner, and when: · Specified Product cannot be delivered without Project delay, or · Specified Product has been discontinued, or · Specified Product has been replaced by superior Product, or · Specified Product cannot be guaranteed as specified, or · Specified Product will not perform properly, or · Specified Product will not fit within designated space, or · Specified Product does not comply with governing codes, or · Substitution will be clearly in Owner's interest. If and when approved, Architect will issue Change Order for Owner's signature authorizing approved substitution and revising Contract Sum where appropriate. Owner will be entitled to deduct from the Contract Sum such amounts paid to Architect for evaluating Substitution Requests after Contract award.

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CONTRACT COMPLIANCE Substitution approval does not relieve Contractor from responsibility for proper execution of the Work and for compliance with other Contract requirements.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01630-2

SECTION 01730

CUTTING & PATCHING

01730-1

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SECTION INCLUDES Perform all cutting, fitting, and patching, including related excavation or backfill required to complete Work, and to: · Make Work fit properly · Integrate with other Work · Uncover Work for installation of ill-timed Work · Remove and replace defective and non-conforming Work · Remove samples of installed Work for testing · Provide penetrations through non-structural surfaces for Mechanical and Electrical Work

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REQUIRED SUBMITTALS Submit written request for Cutting Approval to Architect well in advance of any cutting which affects: · Work of Owner or any separate Contractors · Structural integrity of any completed or existing Work · Waterproof integrity of any weather-exposed or moisture-resistant Work · Efficiency, operational life, maintenance, or safety of any complete or existing Work · Visual qualities of any sight-exposed Work Request shall include: · Project identification · Location and description of affected Work · Necessity for cutting or alteration · Effect upon Owner's Work · Effect upon other Contractors' Work · Description of proposed Work including: · Extent of cutting, patching, alteration, or excavation. · Trades who will execute Work · Products proposed for use · Extent of required refinishing · Alternatives to cutting and patching · Cost proposal, when applicable. · Written permission of any affected separate Contractor Submit written notice to Architect designating date and time Work will be performed.

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01730-1

SECTION 01730

CUTTING & PATCHING

01730-2

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MATERIALS Products similar to those specified elsewhere in this Project Manual: · Follow those Specifications. Other Products: · Follow Architect's instructions.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Inspect existing conditions and identify Work subject to damage or movement caused by proposed cutting and patching. After uncovering, inspect conditions affecting performance of Work. Report unsatisfactory and questionable conditions to Architect. Do not proceed with Work until Architect provides further instructions.

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PREPARATION Maintain adequate Temporary Support necessary to assure structural integrity of affected Work. Protect other portions of Project Work against damage and discoloration. Protect Work exposed by cutting against damage and discoloration.

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PERFORMANCE Provide proper surfaces for patching and finishing. Employ qualified Installer or Fabricator to perform cutting and patching for: · Weather-exposed or moisture-resistant surfaces. · Sight-exposed finished surfaces. Cut Concrete and other Rigid Materials with Masonry Saw or Core Drill. Do not overcut at Corners. Restore cut or removed Work with new Products to provide Work complete in accordance with Contract Documents. Maintain any original Fire-resistance Rating. Fit Work air-tight to Pipes, Sleeves, Ducts, Conduits, and other surface penetrations. Where patching occurs, refinish entire surface to provide even finish to match adjacent Work as follows: · Continuous Surfaces: Refinish to nearest Intersection or Joint. · Assemblies: Refinish entire Unit. 01730-2

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01730

CUTTING & PATCHING

01730-3

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CUTTING STRUCTURAL FRAMING Exposed Members, including any Columns & Posts: · Not permitted, unless shown on Drawings or otherwise pre-approved. Concealed Horizontal Lumber Framing Members: · Notches Prohibited: · In Tension Edge of nominal 4 inch or deeper Members, except at Member Ends. · In middle 1/3 of Member length. · Greater than 1/4 of Member depth at Member Ends, and greater than 1/6 of Member depth elsewhere. · Cover Notches with Metal Plate; Simpson SS Stud Shoe, or approved. · Bored Holes prohibited: · Greater than 1/3 of Member depth. · Within 2 inches of Member top or bottom. · Cover Member edge at Bored Holes with Metal Plate; Simpson NS Nail Stopper, or approved. Concealed Lumber Wall Framing Members: · Maximum Notching Depth: · At Exterior & Bearing Walls: 25% of Member width. · At all other locations: 40% of Member width. · Cover Notches with Metal Plate; Simpson SS Stud Shoe, or approved. · Bored Holes Prohibited: · Within 5/8 inch of Member edge. · Within same section as Cut or Notch. · Maximum Size of Bored Holes: · At Bearing Walls: 40% of Member width. · At all other locations: 60% of Member width. · Cover Stud edge at Bored Hole with Metal Plate; Simpson NS Nail Stopper, or approved. Trusses & Plywood Web Joists: · Do not cut, notch, or drill Chord Members. · Cut or drill Plywood Webs only in compliance with Joist Manufacturer's instructions.

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CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon work completion or sooner, if directed.

END OF SECTION 01730-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01740

CLEANING & TRASH REMOVAL

01740-1

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EXTENT OF WORK Execute Cleaning and Trash removal during Work progress; and at Work completion; as required by Contract Conditions, and as specified herein.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Cleaning specific Products or Work: See respective Specification Sections.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Comply with governing Codes, Regulations, Ordinances, and Antipollution requirements.

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CLEANING MATERIALS Use only those which will not create hazards to health or property, and which will not damage Surfaces. Use only those recommended by Manufacturer of Surface to be cleaned. Use only on Surfaces recommended by Cleaning Material Manufacturer.

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01740-1

SECTION 01740

CLEANING & TRASH REMOVAL

01740-2

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DURING CONSTRUCTION Periodically, and when directed by Architect, clean to maintain Work, Site, and adjacent Properties free from accumulations of Waste, Rubbish, and Windblown Debris, resulting from Construction Operations. Provide on-site Containers for collection of Waste, Debris, and Rubbish. Periodically remove Waste, Debris, and Rubbish; legally dispose of away from Project Site.

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DUST CONTROL Clean Interior Surfaces prior to painting, and continue cleaning as needed until painting is complete. Schedule cleaning so that resultant Dust and Contaminants will not fall on wet or newly-coated Surfaces.

FINAL CLEANING Remove Waste, Debris, and Surplus Material from Project Site and Adjacent Property. Clean Grounds as follows: · Paved Surfaces: Remove Stains, Spills, and Foreign Substances; and hoseclean. · Other Surfaces: Rake-clean. In addition to debris-removal and cleaning specified in other Sections, clean exposedto-view Exterior and Interior Surfaces. Employ skilled Workers to perform cleaning. Remove any Temporary Protection and Labels not required to remain. From sight-exposed Exterior and Interior Surfaces, remove Grease, Adhesive, Mastic, Paint, Dust, Dirt, Stains, Fingerprints, and other Foreign Substances. Clean Glazing, including any Mirrors. Polish Glossy Surfaces to clear shine. Vacuum-clean Carpet and similar Soft Materials. Clean Equipment Surfaces, and remove excess Lubricants. Clean and sanitize Food Service Equipment, Appliances, and, Plumbing Fixtures. Ventilating System, if used during construction: · Ducts, Blowers, Coils, Etc.: Clean · Disposable Filters: Replace · Permanent Filters: Clean Clean Lighting Fixtures and Lamps. Remove Waste, Debris, and Foreign Substances from Roof and Roof Drainage System. Maintain Structure and Components clean until Project Substantial Completion. END OF SECTION 01740-2

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01750

EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS START UP

01750-1

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ADVANCE NOTICES Notify Architect's and Owner's Representatives at least 5 working days prior to specified Tests and Inspections.

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GENERAL Coordinate start up schedules for all Equipment and Systems. Verify that: · Each piece of Equipment or System has been checked for proper Lubrication, Drive Rotation, Belt Tension, Control Sequence, and other Conditions which could damage Equipment or Systems. · Tests, Meter Readings, and specified Electrical Characteristics agree with those required by Equipment or System Manufacturer. · Equipment and Systems Wiring and Support Components are complete, and have successfully passed all required Tests. Submit copies of all required Inspections and Tests to Architect's and Owner's Representatives. Certify in writing that Equipment and Systems are properly installed and correctly functioning.

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START UP REQUIREMENTS Execute start up in accordance with Contract Specifications and Manufacturers' instructions. When so specified, require Manufacturers' authorized Representatives to inspect and approve Equipment and Systems prior to start up, and to supervise placing Equipment and Systems in operation. Prior to testing, Contractor shall complete Adjusting and Balancing requirements specified in Division 15.

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01750

EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS START UP

01750-2

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FUNCTIONAL TESTING (Cont.) Perform required Tests in presence of Architect's and Owner's authorized Representatives. Conduct Tests under specified Design Operating Conditions. Tests shall clearly demonstrate that the Equipment and Systems comply with Specifications, including proper installation, adjustment, calibration, and connections. Perform Tests in the following sequence: · Test Equipment individually. · Test Equipment Subsystems separately. · Test complete Systems. · Test Interties with other Systems. Obtain Architect's and Owner's written certification of acceptable Tests. Contractor shall furnish all required Testing Equipment and Materials.

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PERFORMANCE TESTING Immediately upon written acceptance of Functional Tests, operate Equipment and Systems for at least 30 consecutive days to demonstrate that Equipment and Systems comply with specified Performance Requirements. In event of Performance Test failure, immediately discontinue 30 day Test, make necessary repairs, adjustments, or replacements, and repeat 30 day Test. Satisfactory completion of 30 day Performance Test does not relieve Contractor of Contract Warranty requirements. Systems and Equipment to be tested include, but are not limited to: · Equipment: · Commercial & Residential Appliances · Mechanical: · Irrigation · Fire Protection · Plumbing · Heating, Ventilating, & Air Conditioning · Controls · Elevators · Electrical: · Power · Lighting · Fire Detection & Alarm Systems · Security · Communications · Elevators

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01750-2

SECTION 01750

EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS START UP

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TESTING PROCEDURES APPROVAL At least 30 calendar days prior to starting Tests, prepare and submit, for Architect's and Owner's approval, detailed description of Contractor's proposed Testing Procedures. Do not begin Tests until Procedures have been approved.

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DOCUMENTING TESTS Contractor shall prepare Check-off Sheet(s) for each Component of each System. In addition to Test results, Check-off Sheets shall include the following: · Project Name · Equipment/System Item · Tag Number · Description · Calibration · Manufacturer & Model · Installation Bulletin · Specification Page and Line Number · Test Conductors' identities and signatures · Space for Architect's & Owner's signature of acceptance

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01750-3

SECTION 01770

CONTRACT CLOSEOUT

01770-1

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Partial Owner Occupancy: Section 00800 Cleaning & Trash Removal: Section 01740 Equipment & Systems Start Up: Section 01750 Warranties & Bonds: Section 01780 Record Documents: Section 01820 Operating & Maintenance Data: Section 01830

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SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION INSPECTION When Contractor considers Work substantially complete, as defined in General Conditions, he shall submit to the Architect's Representative: · Written notice that Work, or designated portion thereof, is substantially complete. · List of Items to be completed or corrected. Architect will, as soon as possible thereafter, make inspection to determine completion status. If Architect's Representative should determine that Work is not substantially complete: · Architect's Representative will promptly notify Contractor in writing, giving reasons therefore. · Contractor shall remedy Work deficiencies, and send second notice of substantial completion to Architect's Representative. · Architect's Representative will reinspect Work. When Architect's Representative concurs that Work is substantially complete, Architect's Representative will: · Prepare Certificate of Substantial Completion using AIA Document G704, accompanied with Contractor's list of items to be completed or corrected, as verified and amended by Architect. · Submit Certificate to Owner and Contractor for their written acceptance of the responsibilities assigned to them in the Certificate.

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FINAL INSPECTION When Contractor considers Work complete, he shall submit written certification that: · Contract Documents have been reviewed. · Contractor has inspected Work for compliance with Contract Documents. · Work has been completed in accordance with Contract Documents. · Equipment and Systems have been tested in presence of Owner's Representative and are operational. · Work is complete and ready for final inspection. Architect's Representative will inspect Work to verify completion status as soon as possible after receipt of Contractor's Certification. (Cont.) 01770-1

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SECTION 01770

CONTRACT CLOSEOUT

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FINAL INSPECTION (Cont.) If Architect's Representative should consider Work incomplete or defective: · Architect's Representative will promptly notify Contractor in writing, listing incomplete or defective Work. · Contractor shall immediately remedy deficiencies, and send second written certification to Architect's Representative that Work is complete. Architect's Representative will reinspect Work. When Architect's Representative finds Work acceptable under Contract Documents, he will request Contractor to make closeout submittals.

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REINSPECTION FEES Architect's Representative will make 1 Substantial Completion Inspection to determine any Work Deficiencies and 1 Final Completion Inspection to ascertain that Deficiencies have been satisfactorily completed. If Architect's Representative should be required to make more than 2 Inspections: · Owner will compensate Architect's Representative for such additional services. · Owner will deduct Architect's Representative's compensation amount from Contractor's final payment as follows: · Architect's Representative 's time at current Billing Rates. · Architect's Representative 's Employees' time at current Billing Rates. · Others at direct cost incurred. · Charges will be made for necessary travel time, inspection time, inspection report writing time; commercial air fare; room and board; and all other expenses incurred in making inspections.

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EVIDENCE OF PAYMENTS & RELEASE OF LIENS Contractor shall submit the following: · Contractor's Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims, AIA Doc. G706. · Contractor's Affidavit of Release of Liens, AIA Doc. G706A including the following: · Consent of Contractor's Surety, if any, to Final Payment, AIA Doc. G707. · Contractor's Release or Waiver of Liens. · Separate releases or waivers of lien for Subcontractors, Suppliers, and others with lien rights against Owner's Property, together with list of those parties. Sign and execute all Submittals, before delivery to Architect's Representative.

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01770-2

SECTION 01770

CONTRACT CLOSEOUT

01770-3

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CONTRACTOR'S CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS TO ARCHITECT Certificate of Insurance for Products & Completed Operations: See Section 00800 Project Record Documents: See Section 01820 Owner's Operating & Maintenance Manual: See Section 01830 State Elevator Acceptance Certificate Certificate of Domestic Water Disinfection Building Official's Certificates of Inspections Building Official's Certificate of Occupancy

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SPARE PARTS & MAINTENANCE MATERIALS SUBMITTALS TO OWNER Specific Requirements: See Specification Sections Products: Identical to those included in Project Work Storage Location: On Project premises where directed by Owner Required Submittals: · Extra Irrigation Equipment: See Section 02810 · Extra Ceramic & Quarry Tile: See Section 09310 · Extra Acoustic Tile: See Section 09500 · Extra Resilient Floor Covering: See Section 09650 · Extra Carpet: See Section 09680 · Extra Paint: See Section 09900 · Others required by Specifications

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DEMONSTRATIONS Instruct Owner in operation of all Systems and Equipment in accordance with Section 01830.

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FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF ACCOUNTS Submit final statement of accounting to Architect, including the following: · Original Contract Sum · Additions and deductions resulting from: · Previous Change Orders · Other adjustments · Deductions for uncompleted Work · Bonuses · Deductions for Liquidated Damages · Deductions for Reinspection Payments · Total Contract Sum, as adjusted · Previous payments · Sum remaining due (Cont.) 01770-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01770

CONTRACT CLOSEOUT

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FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF ACCOUNTS (Cont.) Architect will prepare and issue final Change Order, reflecting approved adjustments to Contract Sum not previously made by Change Orders.

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FINAL APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT Follow procedures specified in Section 01295.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01770-4

SECTION 01780

WARRANTIES & BONDS

01780-1

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REQUIREMENTS INCLUDED Compile specified Bonds, if any, and Warranties. Compile specified Service and Maintenance Contracts. Review submittals to verify compliance with Contract Documents.

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Performance & Labor & Material Payment Bonds: Section 00200 General Warranty for Construction: Section 00700 & 00800 Contract Closeout: Section 01770 Operating & Maintenance Data: Section 01830 Warranties or Bonds required for Specific Products: See respective Specification Sections

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REQUIRED SUBMITTALS Assemble Bonds, Warranties, and Service & Maintenance Contracts executed by Contractor, and each of respective Manufacturers, Suppliers, and Subcontractors. Number of Original Signed Copies Required: Provide 1 for each volume of Owner's Operating & Maintenance Manual specified in Section 01830. Table of Contents: Neatly type in orderly sequence. Provide complete information for each of the following: · Product or Work Item · Firm, with name of Principal, Address, and Telephone Number · Beginning date and duration of Bond, Warranty, or Service & Maintenance Contract. · The following information for Owner's Personnel: · Procedure in event of failure or malfunction. · Instances which affect Bond, Warranty, or Service & Maintenance Contract. · Contractor, name of responsible Principal, Address, and Telephone Number.

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SUBMITTAL FORM Punch sheets for standard 3-ring Binder. Size: 8-1/2 x 11 inches Fold larger sheets to fit into Binder. Cover: Identify each Packet with printed title "WARRANTIES & BONDS". List: · Title of Project · Name of Contractor

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01780-1

SECTION 01780

WARRANTIES & BONDS

01780-2

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SUBMITTAL LOCATION Bind into Owner's Operating & Maintenance Manuals specified in Section 01830.

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SUBMITTAL TIME See Section 01830.

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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTIES In addition to Contractor's Warranty, Manufacturers' Warranties shall pass to Owner and shall not take effect until affected Work has been accepted in writing by Owner.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01780-2

SECTION 01820

PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS

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GENERAL Maintain at Project Site for Owner, 1 record copy of: · Contract Drawings & Specifications · Addenda · Change Orders & other Contract Modifications · Field Orders & other Written Instructions · Approved Shop Drawings, Product Data, & Samples. · Field Test Reports

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Contract Conditions: Sections 00700 & 00800 Shop Drawings, Product Data, & Samples: Section 01330 Operating & Maintenance Data: Section 01830

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MAINTENANCE OF DOCUMENTS & SAMPLES Store in Contractor's Field Office apart from Documents used for Construction. Provide Files, Shelving, and Cabinets necessary to safely and securely store Documents and Samples. Maintain Documents clean, dry, legible, and in good order. Do not use Record Documents for Construction purposes. Make Documents available at all time for Architect's inspection. Architect will monitor Record Documents prior to each Contractor's Application for Payment. Up-to-date Record Documents are prerequisite to acceptance and approval of Payment Application.

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DRAFTER'S QUALIFICATIONS Drafting must be accurate and legible. If Architect deems submitted Drafting to be unacceptable, redraft until acceptable at no additional cost to Owner.

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WORK SET MARKING DEVICES Type: Waterproof soft-tip Color Code, unless otherwise directed or approved: · Green: Document changes · Red: Work deleted · Other Contrasting Color: Revised Dimensions and other Notations

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01820-1

SECTION 01820

PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS

01820-2

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RECORD DRAWINGS Maintain 1 complete set of Black-line or Blue-line Prints of Contract Drawings as Work-set; use Marking Devices specified above to record all Contract changes. Show actual conditions where installation varies substantially from Work shown on Drawings. Give particular attention to Concealed Work that would be difficult or impossible to record at later date. Record Backing and other Concealed Items required for installation of Future Work by Owner. Mark whichever Contract Drawing or Shop Drawing is most appropriate and most capable of accurately and clearly showing actual "field conditions". Where Shop Drawings are used to record changes, record cross-reference on appropriate Contract Drawing. Where applicable, indicate Change Order numbers with each Change. Note related Specification or Product Data revisions, where applicable. Upon Work completion, transfer Recorded Information for submission to Owner as follows: · Div. 15 & 16 Work: Computer Disc · Other Work: 1 additional clean set of Black-line or Blue-line Prints Contractor may retain Work-set for his Records.

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RECORD SPECIFICATIONS Maintain 1 complete copy of Project Manual including Specifications; any Addenda; and other Written Documents such as Change Orders, Supplemental Instructions, and similar written Modifications issued during course of Work. Mark Documents to show actual conditions where installation varies substantially from specified Work. Give particular attention to Concealed Work that would be difficult or impossible to record at later date. Note related Record Drawing and Product Data revisions, where applicable.

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RECORD PRODUCT DATA Maintain 1 copy of each Product Data submittal. Mark documents to show actual conditions where installation varies substantially from Contract Specifications or Drawings. Include any variations in installed Products or in Manufacturer's installation instructions. Give particular attention to Concealed Work that would be difficult or impossible to record at later date. Note related Record Drawing and Specifications revisions, where applicable.

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RECORD SAMPLES Immediately prior to Substantial Completion date, Contractor shall coordinate with Architect to determine which, if any, Contractor-maintained Samples shall be submitted for Owner's permanent record. 01820-2

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SECTION 01820

PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS

01820-3

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RECORDING Label each Document PROJECT RECORD in neat, large, printed letters. Record Information concurrently with Construction progress. Do not conceal any Work until required Information is recorded. Legibly mark Drawings to record the following Actual Construction: · Depth of Foundation Elements in relation to adjacent Ground Floor elevation. · Horizontal and Vertical Locations of Underground Utilities and Appurtenances, referenced to permanent Surface Improvements. · Location of Internal Utilities and Appurtenances concealed in Construction, referenced to visible and accessible Features of Structure. · Field Changes of Dimensions and Details. · Changes made by Change Order or Field Order. · Details not shown on original Contract Drawings. Legibly mark Specifications and any Addenda to record the following: · Manufacturer, Trade Name, Catalog Number, and Supplier of each Product actually installed. · Changes made by Change Order or Field Order.

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SUBMITTAL Organize Record Documents into manageable Sets, bind together with durable Cover Sheet, and print on Cover of each Set the following: · Project title · Date · Contractor's Name & Address · Title and number of each Record Document · Name of Person who prepared Sheet · Signature of Contractor or his authorized Representative Submit to Architect for forwarding to Owner.

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END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

01820-3

SECTION 01830

OPERATING & MAINTENANCE DATA

01830-1

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GENERAL Compile Product Data and related Information appropriate for Owner's maintenance and operation of Products furnished under Contract. Prepare as specified herein and in other Specification Sections. Instruct Owner's Personnel in maintenance of Products and in operation of Equipment and Systems.

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RELATED REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Shop Drawings, Product Data, & Samples: Section 01330 Equipment & Systems Start Up: Section 01750 Contract Closeout: Section 01770 Warranties & Bonds: Section 01780 Project Record Documents: Section 01820

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QUALITY ASSURANCE Data preparation shall be done by Personnel: · Trained and experienced in maintenance and operation of described Products. · Completely familiar with requirements of this Section. · Sufficiently skilled as Technical Writer to communicate essential data. · Sufficiently skilled as Drafter to competently prepare required Drawings.

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FORM OF SUBMITTALS Prepare Data in form of Instructional Manual for use by Owner's Personnel. Format: · Size: 8-1/2 x 11 inches · Paper for Typing: · Minimum Weight: 20 lb. · Color: White · Text: Manufacturer's printed data or neatly typed · Drawings: · Reinforce edges against tear-out. · Bind-in with Text. · Fold larger Drawings to match size of Text pages. · Provide Fly-leaf for each separate Product. · Identify each Fly-leaf with Labeled Tabs.

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01830-1

SECTION 01830

OPERATING & MAINTENANCE DATA

01830-2

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BINDERS Commercial quality, 3-ring type with clear, durable, cleanable, transparent Plastic Sleeve Covers to receive Inserts at Cover and Spline. Maximum Thickness is 3 inches. Where necessary, split Data into 2 or more Volumes, and assemble Data into related consistent groupings. At Binder Face & Spline: Identify each Volume with typed or printed title "Operating and Maintenance Instructions", and list: · Project Title and Owner's Project Number (if any) · Identity of general subject matter contained in Manual

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MANUAL CONTENT, GENERAL Neatly typewritten Table of Contents for each Volume, arranged in systematic order. List: · Contractor, name of responsible Principal, address, and telephone number. · Each Product including name, address, and telephone number of: · Subcontractor or Installer · Recommended Maintenance Contractor · Local source for Replacement Parts · Product name and other Identifying Symbols as set forth in Contract Documents. Product Data: · Include only those Sheets which are pertinent to specific Product. · Annotate each Sheet to: · Clearly identify specific Product or Part installed. · Clearly identify Data applicable to installation. · Delete references to inapplicable Data. Drawings: · Supplement Product Data with Drawings where necessary to clearly illustrate: · Relations of Component Parts · Control and Flow Diagrams · Do not use Project Record Documents as Maintenance Drawings. Written Text: · Provide where necessary to supplement Product Data and Drawings. · Write all text in English. · Organize in consistent format under separate headings for different procedures. · Provide logical sequence of instructions for each procedure. Warranties, Bonds, & Maintenance Contracts: · Provide copy of each. · Include the following: · Proper procedures in event of failure. · Instances which might affect validity of Warranties, Bonds, or Contracts.

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01830-2

SECTION 01830

OPERATING & MAINTENANCE DATA

01830-3

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MANUAL FOR ARCHITECTURAL MATERIALS & FINISHES Include the following Manufacturer's data: · Catalog Number, Size, & Composition. · Color & Texture designations. · Required Reordering Information. · Recommended Cleaning Materials & Methods. · Cautions against detrimental Cleaning Materials & Methods. · Recommended Cleaning & Maintenance Schedule. Submit specified information for the following: · Landscaping: Section 02900 · Aluminum Entrance Systems: Section 08400 · Automatic Door Operators: Section 08460 · Door Hardware: Section 08710 · Ceramic & Quarry Tile: Section 09310 · Acoustic Tile: Section 09500 · Resilient Flooring: Section 09650 · Carpet: Section 09680 · Painting & Finishing: Section 09900 · Manufactured Metal Fireplaces: Section 10305 · Flagpoles: Section 10350 · Toilet Accessories: Section 10800 · Fire Extinguishers: Section 10990

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MANUAL FOR WEATHER PROTECTION MATERIALS Include the following Manufacturer's data: · Instructions for Inspection, Maintenance, & Repair. Submit specified information for the following Products: · Shingles: Section 07310 · Single Ply Roofing: Section 07530 · Roof Accessories: Section 07720 · Joint Sealants: Section 07920

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MANUAL FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS Include the following Manufacturer's data: · Description of Unit and Component Parts including: · Function, normal operating characteristics, and limiting conditions. · Performance curves, engineering data, and tests. · Complete nomenclature and commercial number of replaceable parts. (Cont.)

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01830-3

SECTION 01830

OPERATING & MAINTENANCE DATA

01830-4

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MANUAL FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS (Cont.) Include the following Manufacturer's data: (Cont.) · Operating procedures including: · Start-up, break-in routine, and normal Operating Instructions. · Regulation, control, stopping, shut-down, and emergency instructions. · Summer and winter operating instructions. · Special operating instructions. · Maintenance procedures including: · Routine operations. · Trouble-shooting guide. · Disassembly, repair, and reassembly. · Alignment, adjusting, and checking. · Servicing and lubricating schedule, including recommended Lubricants. · Manufacturer's printed operating and maintenance instructions. · Control Systems operation sequences. · Parts list, illustrations, assembly drawings, and diagrams necessary for maintenance, including: · Life expectancy of Parts subject to wear. · Items recommended to be stocked as Spare Parts. · As-installed Control Systems diagrams. · Color-Code Legend, if any. · Valve Tag Number Chart, with location and function of each Valve. Submit specified information for the following: · Irrigation Equipment specified in Section 02810. · Mechanical Equipment specified in Divisions 11, 14, & 15.

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MANUAL FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS Include the following Manufacturer's data: · Description of unit and component parts including: · Function, normal operating characteristics, and limiting conditions. · Performance curve, engineering data and tests. · Complete nomenclature and commercial number of replaceable parts. · Panelboard Circuit Directories indicating: · Electrical service. · Controls. · Communications, if any. · As-installed wiring Color-Code Legend, if any. · Operating procedures, including: · Routine and normal operating instructions. · Sequences required. · Special operating instructions. (Cont.) 01830-4

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 01830

OPERATING & MAINTENANCE DATA

01830-5

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MANUAL FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS (Cont.) Include the following Manufacturer's data: (Cont.) · Maintenance procedures including: · Routine operations. · Trouble-shooting guide. · Disassembly, repair, and reassembly. · Adjustment and checking. · Manufacturer's printed operating and maintenance instructions. · Parts List, including current prices, and recommended spare parts to be maintained in storage. Submit specified information for the following: · Electrified Door Hardware specified in Section 08710. · Electrical Equipment specified in Divisions 11, 14, 15, & 16.

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SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE Submit to Architect, in final form, 1 copy of complete data 15 days prior to Final Completion Inspection. Copy will be returned with comments. Resubmit 2 copies in approved final form, within 10 days following Final Inspection.

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INSTRUCTION OF OWNER'S PERSONNEL Prior to Final Project Acceptance, instruct Owner's personnel in necessary operation, adjustment, and maintenance of Products, Equipment, and Systems. Operating & Maintenance Data specified herein shall be used as Training Manual. Trainers shall review Manual contents with Owner's Personnel in detail as required to clearly explain all aspects of Equipment and Systems operation and maintenance. Training: · Location: At Project Site. · Training shall be performed by experienced and Factory-trained Personnel, whose qualifications shall be approved by Architect and Owner prior to start of Training period. · Training shall continue until Owner decrees that Personnel are adequately trained. · Provide Owner with Video Tape complete with Audio Sound Track of all Training Sessions for Owner's future use. Tape need not be prepared by professional Videographer, but presentation quality must be acceptable to Owner and be suitable for intended purpose. · At least 48 hours prior to Training Meeting, notify Architect of Meeting time and location.

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 02230

SITE CLEARING

02230-1

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Blasting & Burning: None permitted.

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HERBICIDE Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Type: Satisfy conditions of use.

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PROTECTION Carefully maintain Bench Marks, Monuments, and other Reference Points, if disturbed or destroyed, replace as directed. Protect Workmen, Passersby, and Neighboring Property against injury and damage. Maintain Pavement and Sidewalks clean. Protect existing Construction to remain, if any. Leave in as good condition as found.

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02230-1

SECTION 02230

SITE CLEARING

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CLEARING Completely clear areas to be occupied by Construction and other Improvements. Remove Snags, Brush, Grass, Weeds, Rubbish, Pavement, and Debris, if any. Remove Trees only where so noted on Drawings. Remove Willow and Blackberry, if any, to not less than 12 inches below original Ground surface. Cut other Trees, Stumps, Shrubs, and Brush flush with or slightly below original Ground surface.

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GRUBBING Remove Stumps, Roots larger than 1-1/2 inches in diameter, Rocks larger than 4 inches, and existing Construction not suitable for bearing, to the following levels: · In areas to receive Lawn or Plants: To not less than 12 inches below Finish Grade. · In areas to receive Construction or Pavement: To not less than 18 inches below Subgrade. · In other areas: To not less than 6 inches below Finish Grade.

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DISPOSAL OF CLEARED & GRUBBED MATERIAL Remove from Site daily, and lawfully dispose.

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STUMP POISONING Treat any Stumps or Roots, over 3 inches in diameter, with Herbicide to prevent regrowth. Apply Herbicide in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

02230-2

SECTION 02300

EARTHWORK

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED INFORMATION SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Geotechnical Data: Section 00320

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Site Clearing: Section 02230 Utility Trenching: Section 02315 Landscape Soil Preparation: Section 02900 Vapor Barrier under Concrete Flatwork: Section 03300 Drilling & backfilling for Elevator Drive Piston: Section 14200

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WORK INCLUDED, BUT REIMBURSED BY OWNER Should Rock as defined below be encountered, other than any shown in Geotechnical Report, or any shown on Drawings, or any exposed to view during Bidding Period, Owner will pay extra for any necessary Rock removal and take credit for omitted Earth excavation, in accordance with Contract Conditions. Should Unstable Soil as defined below or excessive Water be encountered, other than any shown in Geotechnical Report, or any shown on Drawings, or any exposed to view during Bidding Period, Owner will pay extra for necessary site dewatering or soil removal, in accordance with Contract Conditions. Owner will not pay for removal or dewatering of Unstable Soil caused by reasonably anticipated inclement weather or by Contractor's work at the Site. Should Wells, Cisterns, Tanks, Cesspools, Garbage Pits, Foundations, Rubble, etc. be encountered, other than any shown on Geotechnical Report, or any shown on Drawings, or any exposed to view during Bidding Period, Owner will pay extra for any necessary removal and take credit for omitted Earth excavation, in accordance with Contract Conditions.

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DEFINITIONS Rock: Material that can not be removed by Pick and Shovel, by 1 cu. yd. Shovel, by Backhoe with 9500 lb. Digging Force, or by 200 HP Crawler fitted with normal Excavating Equipment. Ripper Attachment as might be hooked into Rock Seam is not considered "normal" Excavating Equipment. Unstable Soil: · Soft, loose, or wet Ground that is incapable of supporting Material, Equipment, Personnel, or Structure. Unsuitable Fill Material: · Soil with more than 2% Organic Fragments by volume, and/or with more than Optimum Moisture Content for compaction, and/or with Debris. AASHTO: · American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 341 National Press Building, Washington, D.C., 20004 Weed-free: · Material containing less than 5 objectionable Weeds per 100 sq. ft. Weeds include Dandelion, Jimsonweed, Quack Grass, Horsetail, Mustard, Canadian Thistle, Morning Glory, Rush Grass, Lambs Quarter, Chickweed, Cress, Crabgrass, Nutgrass, Poison Oak, Blackberry, Tansy Ragwort, and any other similar objectionable growth.

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SOIL BEARING TESTS Should Contractor doubt Bearing Capacity of existing Soil, tests at Owner's expense may be ordered by Architect.

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GRAVEL Material: Round; water-worn; washed; sound; durable Rock which is free of soft, friable, thin, elongated, or laminated Pieces; disintegrated Material; organic Matter; Oil; Alkali; or other Deleterious Substances. Maximum Size: See Filling under Part 3 - Execution Minimum Size: 5% maximum passing #200 Sieve Gradation: Even

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CRUSHED ROCK Material: Washed; sound; durable Rock which is free of soft, friable, thin, elongated, or laminated pieces; disintegrated Material; organic Matter; Oil; Alkali; or other Deleterious Substance. Shape: Mechanically crush as follows: · Fracture at least 70% of Particles on at least 2 Faces. Maximum Unfractured Particles: · 3/8 inch and larger Rock: 10% · Smaller than 3/8 inch Rock: 5% Maximum Size: See Filling under Part 3 - Execution Minimum Size: 5% maximum passing #200 Sieve Gradation: Even

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NATIVE MATERIAL Existing Soil excavated from Project Site and stockpiled on Project Site for future use.

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IMPORTED LOAM Material: Fertile, friable, natural, native of locality, and reasonably free of Subsoil, Clay, Silt, Stones, Lumps, Plants, Roots, Sticks, Weeds, Seeds, and other Extraneous Matter. Material need not be processed and screened. Extent of Work: Provide if stockpiled Existing Topsoil is not sufficient to complete Work.

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COMPACTION EQUIPMENT Type: Contractor's choice, but appropriate for conditions of use. Caution: Within 3 ft. of Walls or Curbs use only small, manually-guided Compactors. 02300-3

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Prior to starting Work of this Section, verify that Site Clearing has been properly completed and that existing Grades agree with Drawings. Notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory. Should any suspected Contaminated Soil be encountered perform the following: · Immediately notify Owner. · Comply with Owner's directions and Regulatory Agency requirements. · Perform no Work that could disturb or spread suspected Contaminated Soil. · Owner will employ and pay Testing Lab to confirm presence of Contaminated Soil. · If Laboratory Tests confirm presence of Contaminated Soil, Owner will remove Contaminated Soil and will issue Change Order increasing Contract Sum for any proven additional cost to the Contractor and extending Contract Completion Date for any proven Contractor's lost time.

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PROTECTION Monuments: · Carefully maintain Bench Marks, Monuments, and other Reference Points. · If disturbed or destroyed, replace as directed. Existing Utilities: · Comply with requirements specified in Section 01110. Traffic Control: · Unless otherwise approved by Governing Authorities, provide necessary Barricades, Detours, Warning Devices, Flaggers, and coordinate Equipment movement to maintain Vehicle and Pedestrian Traffic on Public and Private Streets, and Walks. Street Cleaning: · Maintain Public and Private Streets and Walkways clean and Drains open at all times. Dust Control: · Protect Persons and Property against damage and discomfort caused by Dust; water where necessary to settle Dust and where directed. Work of this Section: · Except under Pavement and Walkways, protect Graded Material against damage and compaction from Traffic. · Provide necessary Slopes and Ditches to drain Site during construction. Prevent Soil Erosion and Silt Deposition. Other Work and Adjacent Property: · Protect against damage and discoloration caused by work of this Section. 02300-4

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CUTTING EXISTING PAVEMENT, IF ANY Cut, prior to excavating, with vertical, straight-line Joints using Pavement Saw or other Tool designed for cutting Pavement. Make Cuts parallel or perpendicular to Pavement centerline. Pavement Cut Width: Extend Cut 1 ft. beyond each side of Excavation. Replace Pavement to condition at least as good as existing prior to cutting. Comply with Project Specifications.

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EXCAVATION After Site Clearing Work is completed, but before excavating: · At Lawn and Planting Areas: Break up remaining Sod-like Vegetation to approximately 4 inch depth. · Elsewhere: Strip at least 6 inches of existing Topsoil, and stockpile for possible future use. · Remove from Topsoil any Vegetation, Sticks, Clods, Rocks larger than 1-1/2 inches, excessive Gravel, Subsoil, and Debris. Excavating: · Excavate with square-edge Buckets as necessary for Work shown on Drawings or specified. · Allow ample space for Concrete Formwork and Utility Trenching. · Do not weave, pump, rut, or otherwise disturb Excavated Grade Surfaces with Equipment. · Protect any Excavation Slopes with securely anchored Plastic Sheeting. Install as soon as practical following excavation, and maintain as long as necessary to prevent Soil erosion. · Remove any Disturbed Material and replace with Compacted Fill at no additional cost to Owner. · Leave Bearing Surfaces undisturbed, level, and true. Where necessary, compact as specified below. Blasting: · None permitted. Depth of Excavation: · Excavate to elevations no higher than shown on Drawings. · Notify Architect if adequate Soil Bearing is not reached. · Drawings indicate Contract Quantities; adjustments for variations will be made in accordance with General Conditions. (Cont.)

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EXCAVATION (Cont.) Temporary Stockpiling of Excavated Material: · Locate within Construction Area. · Unless otherwise approved, do not obstruct Private or Public Streets, Drives, or Walkways. · Locate sufficiently far from Excavation edges to prevent Stockpiled Material from falling into Excavation, and as required to eliminate effect on Excavation stability. · At Stockpiles remaining during Rainy Periods, grade and cover Stockpile as required to prevent Compaction, Erosion, and Water Infiltration. · Unless otherwise indicated, stockpiling Topsoil is not required if Topsoil can be distributed directly to final position. Excess Excavation: · Where Excavation, through Contractor's error, is carried to levels lower than those shown on Drawings, fill to proper levels at Contractor's expense as follows: · Under Footings: Fill with Concrete as specified in Section 03300. Earth Fill or Gravel Fill under Footings not permitted. · Under Paving & Walkways: Fill with compacted Gravel or Crushed Rock. · Elsewhere: Fill with Native Material. Shoring: · Brace, shore Sides, or increase width of Excavations as necessary to prevent Cave-ins. · Repair any Slides or Cave-ins. · Remove Shoring before Backfilling. Water, Snow, Ice, & Frost: · Keep Bearing under Footings dry and free of Snow, Ice, and Frost. · Provide and operate Pumping Equipment necessary to keep Excavations free from Standing Water. Do not reduce adjacent Ground Water level to extent that could endanger or damage adjacent Structures or Property. · Do not create "quick" condition or affect Soil Bearing Capacity. · Do not discharge "removed" Water into permanent, on-site Utilities or Trenches without Sediment Control. · If Bearing Surfaces are softened by Water, Snow, Ice, or Frost, re-excavate to Solid Bearing and fill at Contractor's expense with Concrete as specified in Section 03300.

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EXCESS OR SHORTAGE OF EARTH Provide additional Material herein specified or needed for Fills. Stockpile, on Project Site where directed excess Earth Material suitable for filling. Remove from Site unused and unsuitable Fill Material.

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PROOF-ROLLING SUBGRADE Following Subgrade preparation and within 24 hours prior to Fill or Base Course placement, proof-roll Subgrade beneath Building and Pavement Areas with fullyloaded 10 to 12 cu. yd. Dump Truck. If any areas pump, weave, or appear soft, immediately notify Architect and Owner's Geotechnical Engineer about encountered conditions. Unless otherwise directed and at no additional cost to Owner, over-excavate areas 12 inches minimum, and fill with Crushed Rock compacted as specified below. If significant length of time has passed between completion of Fill placement and construction start, or if vehicle traffic has been routed across area, repeat proof-rolling specified above.

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FILLING General: · Before proceeding, remove any Snow, Ice, Frozen Material, Debris or Decayable Matter from areas to be filled. · To insure bond, scarify any Sloping Ground to receive Fill. · Make Fills as soon as feasible to assure thorough settlement. · Uniformly place Fills adjacent to Structures to prevent unbalanced loading. · Place Fills in the following maximum loose-lift thicknesses: · Where Compacted with Heavy Equipment Compactors: 8 inches · Where Compacted with Hand-operated Compactors: 4 inches Fills directly under Concrete Flatwork: · Base Course: · Material: Crushed Rock · Maximum Size: 1-1/2 inches · Thickness: Fill space between underside of Leveling Course above and existing Subgrade below. · Leveling Course: · Material: Gravel · Maximum Size: 3/4 inch · Thickness: 6 inches (Cont.) 02300-7

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SECTION 02300

EARTHWORK

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FILLING (Cont.) Fills beneath Sloping Concrete Flatwork & Asphalt Pavement: · Slope Fill to prevent reducing Concrete and Asphalt thicknesses. Fills Against Walls: · Fill with 1-1/2 inch maximum size Gravel. · Extend from Footing Bottom to underside of Finish Grade surfacing. · When backfilling against underground Walls do not damage Waterproofing. Fills at Planting Boxes: · Fill Bottoms with 6-inch layer of 1/4 inch maximum size Gravel. · Fill remainder with stockpiled Native Topsoil or Imported Loam. Fills at Lawn & Planting Areas: · Fill with stockpiled Native Topsoil or Imported Loam.

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COMPACTING FILLS Maintain optimum Moisture Content for compaction. Minimum ASTM D-698 Relative Compaction: · Under and within 2 ft. of Slabs and Pavements: 95% · Within 2 ft. of Foundations: 95% · Elsewhere: 90% Extend Fill-compaction to at least 5 ft. beyond edges of Work to be supported.

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WET WEATHER WORK (Cont.) Optional Treatment: · Immediately following excavation, cover Subgrade with Geotextile Fabric. Overlap Fabric Seams 24 inches minimum.

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CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Work which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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WORK INCLUDED Trenching, Pipe Bedding, and Backfilling for Project Utilities including the following: · Water Supply System Piping · Irrigation System Piping · Sanitary Sewer System Piping · Storm Sewer System Piping · Gas System Piping · Electrical System Wiring · Any other Utility System Work shown on Drawings

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WORK INCLUDED, BUT REIMBURSED BY OWNER Should Rock as defined below be encountered, other than any shown in Geotechnical Report, or any shown on Drawings, or any exposed to view during Bidding Period, Owner will pay extra for any necessary Rock removal and take credit for omitted Earth excavation, in accordance with Contract Conditions. Should Unstable Soil as defined below or excessive Water be encountered, other than any shown in Geotechnical Report, or any shown on Drawings, or any exposed to view during Bidding Period, Owner will pay extra for necessary site dewatering or soil removal, in accordance with Contract Conditions. Owner will not pay for removal or dewatering of Unstable Soil caused by reasonably anticipated inclement weather or by Contractor's work at the Site. (Cont.)

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WORK INCLUDED, BUT REIMBURSED BY OWNER (Cont.) Should Wells, Cisterns, Tanks, Cesspools, Garbage Pits, Foundations, Rubble, etc. be encountered, other than any shown on Geotechnical Report, or any shown on Drawings, or any exposed to view during Bidding Period, Owner will pay extra for any necessary removal and take credit for omitted Earth excavation, in accordance with Contract Conditions.

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DEFINITIONS Rock: Material that cannot be removed with Pick and Shovel, or by Backhoe with 9500 lb. digging force. Unstable Soil: · Soft, loose, or wet ground that is incapable of supporting Materials, Equipment, Personnel, or Structure. AASHTO: · American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 341 National Press Building, Washington D.C., 20004. Pipe: · Water Supply Pipe, Sewage Pipe, Drainage Pipe, Irrigation Pipe, Gas Pipe, and Electrical Conduit.

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OPTIONS In lieu of Crushed Rock Backfill Contractor may, at his option, substitute the following: · Pea Gravel or Sand: · Where subsequent Backfill settlement is considered critical, such as at Trenches below Pavement, Walkways, Curbs, etc. · Native Material: · Where subsequent Backfill settlement is not considered critical, such as at Trenches below Unsurfaced Areas. In lieu of Crushed Rock Backfill Contractor shall, where Trenches are within Public Right-of-way, substitute Controlled Density Fill (CDF) consisting of 1000 psi minimum density Cement/Gravel mix.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Obtain and pay for any Permits and Inspections required by governing Agencies and Utility Companies.

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ADVANCE NOTICES Notify Architect and Governing Authorities at least 24 hours prior to covering over Work of this Section so that Inspections can be made.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS System layout on Drawings, including existing Utility locations, is diagrammatic and may not be exact. Verify prior to starting Work. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to starting Work.

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CRUSHED ROCK Washed, sound, durable, uniform, evenly-graded Rock which is free of soft, friable, thin, elongated, or laminated pieces, disintegrated Material, Organic Matter, Oil, Alkali, or other Deleterious Substance. Mechanically crush as follows: · Fracture at least 70 percent of Particles on at least 2 faces. · Unfractured Particles: · 3/8 inch and larger: 10% maximum · Smaller than 3/8 inch: 5% maximum (Cont.) 02315-3

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CRUSHED ROCK (Cont.) Gradation: · Even from Coarse to Fine. Maximum Size: · At Pipe Beds and Pipe Zones: 3/4 inch · At Backfills: 1-1/2 inches

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PEA GRAVEL Round, water-worn, washed, sound, durable, uniform, evenly graded Rock which is free of soft, friable, thin, elongated or laminated Pieces, disintegrated Material, Organic Matter, Oil, Alkali, or other Deleterious Substance. Maximum Size: 1/2 inch

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NATIVE MATERIAL Excavated Soil native to Project Site and free of Solids larger than 3 inch diameter, Wood, and other Deleterious Materials.

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BURIED UTILITY MARKERS Tracer Wire: 18 ga. min. solid Copper protected by Green Insulation. Metallic Foil: · Manufacturer & Brand: Reef Industries, Inc. Terra Tape, or approved. · Material: Metallic Foil inert to Soil Conditions · Thickness: 1 mil · Width: 3 inches · Imprinted Message: · "Caution (Type of Utility) Line buried below" · Repeat Message over full length of Tape. Extent of Work: Provide both Markers directly above all metallic and non-metallic Buried Utility Pipe.

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CASINGS FOR BORED CROSSINGS, IF ANY Material: Steel Pipe Minimum Wall Thickness: · At Casings less than 14 inches diameter: 0.188 inch · At 14 inch diameter Casings and larger: 0.281 inch Diameter: As required to provide adequate working space for Pipe installation. Joints: Continuously welded, rigid, smooth, and watertight

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Prior to starting Work, verify that existing conditions are suitable to perform work. Notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory. Should any suspected Contaminated Soil be encountered perform the following: · Immediately notify Owner. · Comply with Owner's directions and Regulatory Agency requirements. · Perform no Work that could disturb or spread suspected Contaminated Soil. · Owner will employ and pay Testing Lab to confirm presence of Contaminated Soil. · If Laboratory Tests confirm presence of Contaminated Soil, Owner will remove Contaminated Soil and will issue Change Order increasing Contract Sum for any proven additional cost to the Contractor and extending Contract Completion Date for any proven Contractor's lost time.

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SOIL BEARING TESTS Should Contractor doubt Bearing Capacity of Existing Soil, Tests at Owner's expense may be ordered by Architect.

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PROTECTING OTHER WORK Existing Monuments: · Carefully maintain Bench Marks, Monuments, and other Reference Points. · If disturbed or destroyed, replace as directed. Existing Utilities: · Existing Utilities shown on Drawings are located according to best available information, but accuracy is not guaranteed. · Protect encountered active Utilities against damage or dislocation.. · As directed by Utility Owner, repair or replace active Utilities damaged by work of this Section. · Remove inactive or abandoned Utilities from within Building Lines. Plug or cap at least 3 feet outside Building Lines. Street Cleaning: · Maintain Public and Private Streets and Walkways clean at all times. Dust Control: · Protect Persons and Property against damage and discomfort caused by Dust. Water as necessary and when directed. Open Trenches: · Protect Persons and Property against injury and damage caused by Open Trenches. Other Work & Adjacent Property: · Protect against damage and discoloration caused by work of this Section.

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CUTTING EXISTING PAVEMENT, IF ANY Cut prior to excavation with vertical, straight-line Joints using Pavement Saw. Make Cuts parallel or perpendicular to Pavement centerline. Cut Width: Extend Cut 1 ft. beyond each side of Trench. Replace Pavement to condition at least as good as existing prior to cutting. Comply with City Specifications.

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TRENCHING Before Starting to Excavate: · Strip available Topsoil from areas to be excavated. · Stockpile Topsoil where and as directed by General Contractor. Excavating: · Excavate to Lines and Grades shown on Drawings or Specifications, unless otherwise directed by Architect. (Cont.) 02315-6

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TRENCHING (Cont.) Excavating: (Cont.) · Allow ample Space for Pipe and Pipe Bedding. · Leave Bearing Surfaces undisturbed, level, and true. · Hand-grade where necessary. Blasting: · None permitted. Depth: · Unless otherwise specified or shown on Drawings, allow for at least 24 inches cover over Pipe. Excavation Width: · Where parallel Pipes are to be laid within single Trench: · At least 18 inches wider than sum of inside diameters of parallel Pipes plus distance between Pipes. · Elsewhere: · For 4 inch I.D. Pipes & Smaller, if any: 18 inches minimum · For 6 inch I.D. & larger Pipes, if any: 24 inches minimum · Increase widths where directed by Architect and where necessary to receive Shoring. · Do not damage adjacent Structures or Property. · Do not extend Excavation beyond Construction Easements, unless approved by affected Property Owners. Temporary Stockpiling of Excavated Material: · Locate within Construction Area. · Unless otherwise approved, do not obstruct Private or Public Streets, Drives, or Walkways. · Locate at least 2 ft. from Trench edges. Contractor responsible for safe-loading Trenches. · At Temporary Stockpiles remaining during Rainy Periods, grade and cover Stockpile as required to prevent Compaction, Erosion, and Water Infiltration. Over-excavation: · Where Excavation, through Contractor's error, is carried to levels lower than those shown on Drawings, fill with compacted Pipe Bedding Material to proper levels at no additional cost to Owner. Shoring: · Brace, shore sides, or increase width of excavations as necessary to prevent Cave-ins. · Repair Slides and Cave-ins should they occur. · Remove Shoring before Backfilling. (Cont.)

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TRENCHING (Cont.) Water & Frost: · Keep Bearing Surfaces dry and frost-free. · When working within Excavation, provide and operate Pumping Equipment necessary to keep excavations free from Standing Water. Do not reduce adjacent Ground Water level to extent that could endanger or damage adjacent Structures or Property. When releasing Ground Water to its static level, prevent Pipe floatation and Backfill disturbance. · Should Bearing Surfaces be softened by Water or Frost, re-excavate to solid bearing and fill at Contractor's expense as specified above for Over-excavation.

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EXCESS & UNSUITABLE EXCAVATED MATERIAL Deposit excess Material suitable for filling on Site where directed. Remove from Site excess and unsuitable Fill Material, such as Concrete, Debris, Silt, Clay, Grasses, Weeds, and other Deleterious Substances which cannot be buried at least 3 ft. below Finish Grade.

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PIPE BEDDING INSTALLATION Material: · At any Plastic Pipe or direct-buried Electrical Wiring: Sand · At Other Pipe: Crushed Rock Fill full Trench width. Minimum thickness below Pipe bottom: 4 inches Excavate Bell Holes at each Joint to permit proper Joint assembly and inspection. Hand-shape Trench Bottom to provide uniform, even-support over bottom 120º of Pipe. Firmly support full Pipe length; do not rest Bell-to-Bell.

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PIPE ZONE MATERIAL INSTALLATION Material: · Within 4 inches of Plastic Pipe: Sand · Elsewhere: Crushed Rock Fill full Trench width. Sufficiently compact Pipe Zone Material to prevent Pipe movement during final backfilling. (Cont.) 02315-8

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SECTION 02315

UTILITY TRENCHING

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PIPE ZONE MATERIAL INSTALLATION (Cont.) At Pipe smaller than 15 inches diameter: Backfill with Pipe Zone Material to 10 inches above Pipe top. At 15 inch and larger diameter Pipe: Backfill up to Pipe Spring-line simultaneously on both sides and carefully pack under Pipe Haunches.

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BURIED UTILITY MARKER INSTALLATION Install at the following uniform distance above the top of Buried Pipe: · Minimum: 10 inches · Maximum: 12 inches

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BACKFILLING Remove Debris and Decayable Matter from areas to be filled before proceeding. Make Fills as soon as feasible to assure thorough settlement. Do not drop sharp, heavy Material onto Pipe. Do not use sharp Tamping Tool around Pipe. Do not push Backfill Material into Trench allowing Material to free-fall into open Trench, until at least 2 feet of Cover is provided over Pipe. Place Fills in 6 to 8 inch maximum Lifts.

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COMPACTION OF BACKFILLS Compact with Mechanical Vibration. Maintain optimum Moisture Content for compaction. Minimum ASTM D-698 Relative Compaction: · Under and within 2 ft. of Structure Foundations, Slabs, or Pavements: 95% · Elsewhere: 90% Do not compact by Water-setting or Water-jetting methods. Refer to Section 01453 for Testing details. Replace any Slabs and Pavement which develop Settlement Cracks during Warranty Period. Re-grade any Unsurfaced Areas where settlement develops during Warranty Period.

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TRENCH BACKFILL MAINTENANCE Continually maintain unsurfaced Backfilled Trenches throughout Construction Period. 02315-9

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SECTION 02315

UTILITY TRENCHING

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Protect against displacement and intrusion by foreign Matter.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Where completed areas are disturbed by subsequent Construction Operations or Adverse Weather, scarify Surface, re-shape, and compact to required Density prior to further Construction. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon work completion, or sooner if directed.

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02315-10

SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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PRODUCTS INSTALLED, BUT FURNISHED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Build in as directed by those Trades, without weakening or defacing Formwork.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Rough Grading & Fill Under Walks: Section 02300 Extruded Concrete Curbs: Section 02778

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DESIGN & ENGINEERING Formwork Design and Engineering, as well as Construction, are Contractor's responsibility.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS If and where working within Public Right-of-way, comply with governing Public Agency Specifications, if more restrictive than specified herein.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Conform to ASTM C-94. 02770-1

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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WEATHER REQUIREMENTS Cold Weather: · Follow Standard Specification for Cold Weather Concreting, ACI 306.1, copies of which can be obtained from the Institute at 38800 Country Club Dr.; Farmington Hills, MI 48331. · Do not place Concrete during cold weather until Protection Materials and Equipment are at or near Project Site. · Place no Concrete on frozen Subgrade. · Remove Ice and Snow from Reinforcing, Forms, Embedded Items, and other Contract Surfaces. · Raise and maintain temperature of all Surfaces in contact with Concrete above 40º F prior to Concrete placement. · Do not use Salts or Chemical Admixtures to prevent Concrete freezing. · Terminate any Water Curing at least 24 hours before any anticipated freezing temperatures. · Following protection period, allow Concrete to cool gradually. · Assume responsibility, including costs, for testing suspected frozen Concrete. · Remove and replace freeze-damaged Concrete at Contractor's expense. Warm Weather: · When Air temperature exceeds 85º F or when Wind exceeds 10 mph place Concrete in accordance with the following requirements: · Maximum Concrete temperature at time of placement: 70º F. · Mix Concrete minimum possible time, and place as soon as possible thereafter. · Sprinkle Forms, Reinforcing, Embedded Items, and Subgrade with cool Water immediately prior to Concrete placement. · Protect unstripped Formwork and exposed Concrete surfaces against excessive drying with water spray, or other approved method. · Assume responsibility, including costs, for testing Damage-suspected Concrete. · Remove and replace heat-damaged or wind-damaged Concrete at Contractor's expense.

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MINIMUM ILLUMINATION Perform no work under less than 30 ft. candle Illumination measured 3 ft. above Pavement.

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

02770-3

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FORMS Material: Smooth, warp-free Steel, straight Wood Plank, or approved. Minimum Strength: Without Concrete deformation, support Concrete and withstand impact induced by Concrete placement and vibration. Fabrication: · Provide Holes for required Reinforcement Assemblies. · Provide each Form Section with positive Locking Device to align and secure Formwork in accurate position.

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FORM TREATMENT MATERIALS Nonstaining Oil of Contractor's choice.

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REINFORCEMENT BARS Material: Steel Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-615 Grade: 60, unless otherwise shown on Drawings. Extent of Work: Unless otherwise shown on Drawings, provide one #4 Bar continuously in both top and bottom of each Cast-in-place Concrete Curb.

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REINFORCEMENT MESH Material: Steel Wire Mesh Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-185 Wire Size: W2.9 Mesh Opening Size, unless otherwise shown on Drawings: 6x6 inches Extent of Work: Provide in Flatwork where subject to Vehicular Loads.

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REINFORCEMENT ACCESSORIES Material: Concrete, Ceramic, Plastic, or Steel. Hot-dip galvanize any Steel Accessories located within 1/2 inch of Concrete surfaces. Manufacturing Standard: Manual of Standard Practice, published by Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute; 180 N. LaSalle Street; Chicago, IL 60601. Copies can be obtained from Institute. Extent of Work: Provide all Accessories necessary for proper Reinforcement placement, spacing, support, and fastening. 02770-3

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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REINFORCEMENT FABRICATION Follow Manual of Standard Practice published by Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute.

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PORTLAND CEMENT Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-150 Type: I-II

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AGGREGATE Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-33 Maximum Size: 1-1/2 inch

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ENTRAINED AIR Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-260 Air Amount: 5% to 7% of Concrete Volume. Extent of Work: Provide in all Concrete.

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WATER REDUCING ADMIXTURES Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-494 Type: A Extent of Work: May be used at Contractor's option.

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CALCIUM CHLORIDE None permitted.

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EXPANSION JOINT FILLER Material: Asphalt-impregnated Cane Fiber Manufacturing Standard: ASTM D-1751 Thickness: 3/8 inch Depth: As required to extend through full Slab depth and to position Filler top 1/4 inch below Slab top. 02770-4

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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CURING COMPOUND Type: White pigmented and non-yellowing Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-1315, Type II, Class A.

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OTHER CONCRETE INGREDIENTS Conform to Building Code.

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CONCRETE MIXING General: · Readymix type conforming to ASTM C-94 · Assume responsibility for Mix design and Product performance. Design Strength: · Minimum 28 day compressive strength: 3500 psi Maximum Slump: · 4 inch Slump at any time is maximum. Add Water only with Architect's permission. · Concrete with greater Slump will be rejected and must be replaced.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Prior to Formwork Installation: · Verify that Earthwork is complete and Granular Base is compacted as specified. Prior to Reinforcement Installation: · Verify that Surfaces and Formwork to receive Reinforcement are accurately sized and located, square, plumb, rigid, secure, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to Concrete Placement: · Verify that Formwork, Reinforcement, and Embedded Items are accurately and securely placed, clean, water and frost-free, and ready to receive Concrete. · Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. · Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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02770-5

SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

02770-6

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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FORMWORK INSTALLATION Conform to shapes, lines, and dimensions shown on Drawings. Brace and tie together to insure that position and shape are maintained. Make tight to prevent Concrete leakage.

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FORMWORK BRACING Provide as required to meet Load Requirements. Protect against undermining or settlement when placed on ground. Anchor as required to prevent upward or lateral Formwork movement during Concrete placement.

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TREATMENT OF FORMS Lightly oil immediately prior to Concrete Placement.

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FORMWORK ADJUSTMENTS Reposition to true alignment prior to, during, and after Concrete placement, if necessary. During Concrete placement, in areas where Formwork develops weakness, settlement, or distortion, stop Concrete placement, remove placed Concrete, and remove or strengthen Formwork.

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FORMWORK CLEANING Remove debris and foreign matter from Formwork prior to Concrete placement. Remove loose rust and foreign matter from reusable Hardware prior to installation into Formwork.

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

02770-7

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FORMWORK REMOVAL Leave Forms in place until Concrete has attained sufficient strength to safely support own weight and any imposed loads.

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FORMWORK RE-USE Withdraw projecting Fasteners and clean Concrete Form contact surfaces. Replace with new material when necessary or when directed. Re-use Forms only when contact-surfaces equal those specified for original use.

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REINFORCEMENT INSTALLATION Comply with Building Code.

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GRANULAR BASE PREPARATION Remove foreign matter from surfaces and areas to receive Concrete. Wet Granular Base and any other Porous Surfaces to eliminate suction.

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CONCRETE BOND Coat Bonding Agent over existing Concrete to be joined with new Concrete. Follow Manufacturer's directions.

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CONCRETE PLACING Convey and place by methods which will prevent Material separation and loss. Do not retemper or use set Concrete. Do not place Concrete around Catch Basins, Valve Boxes, etc. until such Items are set at correct elevation and approved.

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CONCRETE COMPACTION Employ mechanical, high-frequency Vibrators to consolidate Concrete around Reinforcement, into corners and angles of Forms, and to exclude rock pockets, air bubbles, and honeycomb. (Cont.) 02770-7

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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CONCRETE COMPACTION (Cont.) Hold Vibrator in one spot no longer than 15 seconds; keep in constant motion, insert and withdraw at points approximately 18 inches o.c. Maintain Vibrator in vertical position when penetrating Concrete. Do not transport Concrete with Vibrator. Consolidate Concrete without segregation.

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WALKWAY JOINTS General: · Make perpendicular to line of Walkway. · Form to true, straight lines, with Slabs flush at joints. Construction Joints: · Provide when placing Fresh Concrete against Hardened Concrete or other Structures. · Space Joints no greater than 25 ft. apart. · Provide Expansion Joint Fillers in Joints. Weakened-plane Shrinkage-control Joints: · Over Walk Length: Equally space Joints between 4 ft. min. and 5 ft. max. apart. · Over Walk Width: · At Walks up to 5 ft. wide: No Joints required · At Walks between 5 ft & 10 ft. wide, if any: Provide Longitudinal Joint centered in Walk width. · At Walks wider than 10 ft., if any: Layout Joints in pattern approved by Architect. · Joint Depth: 1/3 of Slab thickness · Joint Width: 1/8 inch

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CURB JOINTS General: · Make perpendicular to line of adjacent Curb. Weakened-plane Shrinkage-control Joints: · Place into Curb removable, 1/8 inch thick, Steel Plate matching Curb profile as follows: · Align with any adjacent Walkway Control Joints. · Maximum Spacing: 15 ft. apart · As soon as possible without Concrete damage, remove Steel Plate, and tool exposed Curb edges to 1/8 inch radius. (Cont.) 02770-8

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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CURB JOINTS (Cont.) Expansion Joints: · Locate as follows: · At ends of Curb returns. · Directly opposite adjacent Walkway Expansion Joints. · Maximum Spacing: 45 ft. apart Provide Expansion Joint Fillers in Joints. · Extend Reinforcing Dowels with Metal Sleeves through Joints.

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CONCRETE FINISHING Detectable Warning Strips for Disabled Persons: · Surface Texture: Grooves pressed into wet Concrete Surface with Expanded Metal Grate. Run long axis of Grooves perpendicular to adjacent Curb direction. · Groove Dimensions: 1/8 inch deep and 1/4 inch wide · Extent of Work: Provide where located on Drawings and elsewhere required by applicable Codes, Regulations, or Ordinances. Elsewhere: · Draw Fine Hair Broom across Concrete surface as follows: · At Walkways: Perpendicular to Walkway direction · At Curbs: Parallel with Curb direction

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WALKWAY EDGING Before final finishing is completed and before final Concrete set has occurred, finish Concrete Edges with Edging Tool shaped with 1/4 inch radius. Take particular care to maintain surface on both sides of Joint in same plane. Do not use Kneeling Planks on Concrete surface.

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CURING Minimum Curing Period: 3 days Uniformly apply Compound in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions, after final Concrete finishing is complete, and after all free Water has disappeared from Pavement Surface. Apply to Concrete Edges immediately after Formwork removal. Do not use Curing Compound Method if Concrete may be exposed to Deicing Chemicals within 30 calendar days following Curing Period completion. 02770-9

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SECTION 02770

CONCRETE WALKS & CURBS

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DEFECTIVE WORK Remove and replace any Surfaces which show excessive cracks, Slabs which do not drain properly, and other defective Concrete. Minimum Surface Evenness: 1/4 inch per 10 ft. Compressive Strength Tests: Refer to Section 01453.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Cover Work specified herein against damage and discoloration. Replace, at no additional cost to Owner, any damaged or discolored Walkways or Curbs.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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02770-10

SECTION 02778

EXTRUDED CONCRETE CURBS

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Cast in place Concrete Walks & Curbs: Section 02770 Masonry Paving: Section 02780

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OPTIONS At Contractor's option, Curbs may be cast-in-place. Match profile of Extruded Curbs.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Conform to requirements specified in Section 03300.

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02778-1

SECTION 02778

EXTRUDED CONCRETE CURBS

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CONCRETE Materials & Mixing: Conform to Section 03300 Minimum 28 day Compressive Strength: 4000 psi Allowable Slump: None Water Content: Adequate to produce smooth finish; grainy, sandy texture not acceptable.

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BONDING AGENT Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Type: Epoxy, and suitable for bonding wet Concrete to Pavement under weather conditions at time of placement.

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CURING COMPOUND Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Type: Clear, non-yellowing, and Resin-based.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Curbs are completed, clean, to correct Line and Grade, and are otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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BONDING AGENT INSTALLATION Spread uniformly over Pavement areas to receive Curbs. Maximum Bonding Agent exposure time prior to Curb placement: 20 minutes. If Surface is not tacky reapply Agent. 02778-2

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SECTION 02778

EXTRUDED CONCRETE CURBS

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CURB INSTALLATION Mechanically extrude to standard Flat Top shape. Finish Surface to smooth, dense, uniform Texture. Provide Joints at 10 feet o.c. maximum, closer intervals at Curves, and where Curbs abut other Construction. Align Joints with any adjacent Walkway Joints. Fabricate Joints by cutting at least halfway through Curb and tooling Surface smooth. Install with smooth, uniform Curves and Transitions. Sharp and irregular Direction Changes not acceptable, unless shown on Drawings.

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ALLOWABLE TOLERANCES Install straight and true within 1/4 inch per 10 ft.

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CURING Conform to Section 03300.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Protect against damage and discoloration until Concrete has sufficiently set and cured to protect itself.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed. When hosing-off adjacent Pavement protect Curbs against Water damage.

END OF SECTION

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02778-3

SECTION 02780

EXTERIOR MASONRY PAVING

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Rough Grading: Section 02300

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS In accordance with Section 01730, submit Instructions to General Contractor for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Store off ground. Cover Pavers. Remove damaged or discolored Products from Site immediately after detection.

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EXTRA PAVERS Deliver 12 extra Pavers for Owner's future use. Store on Project Site where directed by Owner.

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02780-1

SECTION 02780

EXTERIOR MASONRY PAVING

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BASE COURSE Material: Gravel complying with ASTM C-33 Maximum Size: 3/16 inch

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SAND LEVELING COURSE Material: Fine, granular, naturally-produced by Rock disintegration, and free of Organic Material, Mica, Loam, Clay, and other Deleterious Substances. Gradation: 2% maximum passing #200 Sieve based on Wet Sieve Analysis.

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PAVING UNITS Material: Precast Concrete Manufacturing Standard: National Concrete Masonry Assn. Spec. A-10 Size & Shape: See Drawings

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JOINT SAND Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-144 Condition: Washed, sharp, and containing not more than 3% Silt or Clay.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Paving are accurately sized and located, complete, clean, and without ridges, voids, or other obstructions that could interfere with Paver installation. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTION Protect Work of other Trades against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. 02780-2

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SECTION 02780

EXTERIOR MASONRY PAVING

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INSTALLATION General: · Do not install cracked, broken, or chipped Pavers. · Use Masonry Saws if and where necessary to cut and fit exposed Units. Sand Setting Bed: · Spread 1 inch thick layer of Sand evenly over Base Course and level to correct elevation by screeding. · Do not walk on, compact, or otherwise disturb screeded Sand before setting Pavers. Paver Laying: · Lay in pattern shown on Drawings. · Carefully position each Paver directly next to adjacent Units without disturbing previously-set Units. Maximum Space between adjacent Pavers: 1/8 inch · Tap Units into position with Rubber Mallet. Do not tilt Units. · Compact Units into final position with low amplitude, high frequency, 3000 lb. to 5000 lb. Centrifugal Force Plate Vibrator with a face size of at least 2 ft. square. While vibrating Pavers, sweep dry Sand into joints between Pavers until joints are full. This will require at least 2 or 3 passes with Vibrator. Do not vibrate within 3 ft. of unrestrained edge of Paving Units. Gap Filling: Fill with Paver shaped to fit opening.

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ALLOWABLE INSTALLATION TOLERANCES True to plane within 1/4 inch per 10 ft., non-cumulative.

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PROTECTION COMPLETED WORK Protect Paving against damage and displacement.

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CLEANING & REPAIRING Remove Stains from exposed Paver surfaces. Unless otherwise approved, clean Pavers before installing adjacent finish materials. Delay cleaning until Pavers are dry. Mask or otherwise protect adjacent Vegetation and other Materials damageable by Cleaning Agents. Prior to applying fluid Cleaning Agents saturate Pavers with clean Water. (Cont.) 02780-3

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SECTION 02780

EXTERIOR MASONRY PAVING

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CLEANING & REPAIRING (Cont.) Unless otherwise approved, do not use Muriatic or other Acid Type Cleaning Agents. Remove Cleaning Agents from Pavers following cleaning. Follow Manufacturer's instructions for applying and removing Cleaning Agents. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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02780-4

SECTION 02820

CHAIN LINK FENCING

02820-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Site Clearing: Section 02230 Site Grading: Section 02300

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Comply with applicable requirements of specifications published by Chain Link Fence Manufacturer's Institute; 9891 Broken Land Parkway; Suite 300; Columbia, MD 21046; (301) 596-2583. Specifications can be obtained from Institute.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLER'S QUALIFICATIONS Employed by, or acceptable to, Fence Manufacturer

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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Submit Manufacturer's affidavit the Materials and Finishes conform to these Specifications.

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SECTION 02820

CHAIN LINK FENCING

02820-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Deliver with Manufacturer's Tags and Labels intact and legible. Labels or Tags shall identify Manufacturer, brand name, material, size, and applicable standards.

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GROUND & AIR TEMPERATURE Above 32º F during Concrete Footing placement, and for 72 hours minimum thereafter. Remove and replace freeze-damaged Concrete.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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POSTS & FRAMES Material: Steel Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-120 Coating: · Material: 7 mil thick PVC thermally-fused to Wire · Color: Black Shape: Round Diameter: · Line Posts: 2-3/8 inches o.d. · Top & Brace Rails: 1.66 inches o.d. · Terminal Posts: 2 -7/8 inches o.d. Fence Height: 72 inches Required Brace Locations: · Between Post tops · End Posts · Pull Posts · Corner Posts, including adjustable, diagonal, 3/8 inch diameter Tension Rods. Tension Cables between Posts: Required at bottom only.

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FABRIC Material: 9ga. Steel Wire (Cont.) 02820-2

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SECTION 02820

CHAIN LINK FENCING

02820-3

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FABRIC (Cont.) Coating: · Material: 7 mil thick PVC thermally-fused to Wire · Color: Black Mesh Opening Size: 2 inches square Selvage: Knuckled top and bottom

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BARBED WIRE FENCE TOPS None Required

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ACCESSORIES Follow Referenced Specifications. Provide all required for complete installation.

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CONCRETE Cement: ASTM C-150 type I-II Aggregate: ASTM C-33, 3/4 inch maximum. Water: Clean & potable Entrained Air: ASTM C-160, 3% - 5% of Concrete Volume. Max. Slump: 3 inches Min. 28 day Compressive Strength: 2,500 psi

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Site and Ground Work are accurately graded, completed, and in condition to receive Fencing. Prior to starting Work notify General Contractor of defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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02820-3

SECTION 02820

CHAIN LINK FENCING

02820-4

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PROTECTING OTHER WORK Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Protect contacting Dissimilar Materials against Galvanic Corrosion.

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SITE CLEARING Completely clear areas within 1 ft. of Fence Post Footing, and within 6 inches of Fence Fabric.

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INSTALLATION General: · Install rigid, plumb, true, in perfect alignment, and in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions and Referenced Specifications. Posts: · Set plumb to 1/4 inch in 10 ft. and not more than 10 ft. apart. · Set not less than 36 inches deep into 12-inch diameter Concrete Footings; not less than 4 inches of Concrete below Post bottom. · Remove excess Earth. Fabric: · Install taut, cover full-height of Fence, and extend to within approximately 1 inch above adjacent Ground Surface at Posts. · Join Fabric ends by weaving with single strand of Fabric Wire to form continuous mesh pattern with Selvage twisted to match Fabric.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Sections, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

] END OF SECTION

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02820-4

SECTION 03100

CONCRETE FORMWORK

03100-1

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See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

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03100-1

SECTION 03200

CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT

03200-1

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M See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

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03200-1

SECTION 03300

CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE

03300-1

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See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

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03300-1

SECTION 03510

SELF-LEVELING UNDERLAYMENT

03510-1

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Provide Underlayment over all Wood Floor Sheathing.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Plywood Sheathing to receive Underlayment: Section 06100

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLER'S QUALIFICATIONS Approved by Underlayment Manufacturer.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Deliver in Manufacturer's original, undamaged Packages with legible Identifying Labels intact, or in acceptable Bulk Handling Equipment.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Store above ground, and protect against contamination, deterioration, and moisture. Remove from Jobsite and replace Materials showing signs of moisture damage, caking, deterioration, or contamination.

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03510-1

SECTION 03510

SELF-LEVELING UNDERLAYMENT

03510-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Follow Manufacturer's recommendations.

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WARRANTY Warrant the Work of this Section will bond to existing Substrates, and will not delaminate.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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CEMENT Manufacturer & Brand: Maxxon Dura Cap, or approved. Minimum Compressive Strength: 3000 psi

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PRIMER Brand: Gyp-Crete Floor Primer, or approved.

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SAND Material: Washed Masonry, Mortar, or Plaster Sand Maximum Size: 1/16 inch

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WATER Condition: Potable, free of Impurities, and conforming to Building Code.

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OTHER MATERIALS Made or recommended by Manufacturer. Extent of Work: Provide all required.

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03510-2

SECTION 03510

SELF-LEVELING UNDERLAYMENT

03510-3

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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MIXING & PLACING EQUIPMENT Approved by Underlayment Manufacturer.

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MIXING Follow Manufacturer's instructions.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Underlayment are clean, dry, free of Bond-reducing Substances, and are otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction, including any loose or unsound Substrate. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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TIME TO PERFORM WORK Delay Work as long as possible to minimize possible damage by Work of other Sections.

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PREPARATORY WORK Remove any Dirt, Dust, Oil, Wax, Efflorescence, Sealer, Compound, loose Substrate, loose Debris, and any other Foreign Matter.

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PRIMING Follow Underlayment Manufacturer's instructions. 03510-3

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SECTION 03510

SELF-LEVELING UNDERLAYMENT

03510-4

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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UNDERLAYMENT PLACEMENT Follow Underlayment Manufacturer's instructions. Exercise care to prevent Material segregation. Minimum Thickness: 3/4 inch Finish with Steel Trowel where necessary to produce smooth, dense, solid Surface suitable to receive Flooring.

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ALLOWABLE TOLERANCES Underlayment Surface: True within 1/8 inch per 10 ft.

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CURING Follow Manufacturer's instructions.

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SURFACE SEALING Seal Underlayment with Primer.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Until Finish Covering is installed, protect Underlayment against damage by contamination, impact, or overloading.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

03510-4

SECTION 04100

MASONRY MORTARS & GROUTS

04100-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Unit Masonry: Section 04200

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Except as modified herein, comply with the following: · Unit Masonry Mortar: ASTM C-270, except Masonry Cement not permitted · Reinforced Masonry Grout: ASTM C-476

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Stockpile and handle Materials as required to prevent segregation and contamination. Maintain Sand in damp and loose condition. Immediately remove unacceptable Materials from Site.

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WEATHER REQUIREMENTS During Rainy, Snowy, or other Inclement Weather: · Work only under Cover. During Cold Weather: · Anti-freeze Ingredients prohibited. (Cont.) 04100-1

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SECTION 04100

MASONRY MORTARS & GROUTS

04100-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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WEATHER REQUIREMENTS (Cont.) During Cold Weather: (Cont.) · Perform no work unless: · Approved means for heating Materials is provided. · Masonry is protected against Frost until Mortar has set. · When Air Temperature is between 40ºF & 32ºF: · Heat Mixing Water and Sand to maintain Mortar between 40ºF & 120ºF. · After work day cover Materials and Completed Work with Canvas or Polyethylene Film to protect Work against freezing and wetting. · When Air Temperature is between 32ºF & 25ºF: · Heat Mixing Water and Sand to maintain Mortar between 40ºF & 120ºF. · When Wind Velocity exceeds 15 mph during Work Day: Protect Work with Windbreaker. · After Work Day: Cover Materials and Completed Work with Canvas or Polyethylene Film to protect Work against wetting and freezing. · When Air Temperature is between 25ºF & 20ºF: · In addition to above requirements, Maintain Mortar on Mortar Boards above 40ºF. · Maintain Materials and Completed Work above freezing for at least 48 hours by using Auxiliary Heat and/or Insulating Blankets. · When Air Temperature is below 20ºF: · In addition to above requirements, enclose Materials and Completed Work, and maintain enclosed Air Temperature above 40ºF for at least 48 hours. During Hot Weather: · If and when Air Temperature exceeds 100ºF or Wind Velocity exceeds 8 mph, fog-spray Masonry Work with Water until Work becomes damp. · Repeat treatment at least 3 times per day until Work is 3 days old.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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PORTLAND CEMENT Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-150 Type: I-II Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice; use only one brand at exposed Work.

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04100-2

SECTION 04100

MASONRY MORTARS & GROUTS

04100-3

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LIME Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-207 Type: S hydrated Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice; use one Brand only at exposed Work.

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AGGREGATE Material: Sand Manufacturing Standard: · For Mortar: ASTM C-144 · For Grout: ASTM C-404

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MORTAR COLOR Material: Pure inorganic Mineral Oxide Manufacturer & Brand: Sonneborn Sonobrite, or approved. Type: Harmless to Mortar strength and set, and stable at high temperatures. Color: Match adjacent Brick. Extent of Work: Provide in all exposed Mortar.

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ACCELERATOR Manufacturer & Brand: Sonneborn Trimix, Anti-Hydro, or approved.

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RETARDANT Manufacturer & Brand: Sika Plastiment, Protex, or approved.

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WATER Clean and free of Deleterious Matter.

(Cont.)

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04100-3

SECTION 04100

MASONRY MORTARS & GROUTS

04100-4

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MORTAR & GROUT MIXING General: · Comply with Referenced Specifications. · Assume responsibility for Mix design and Product performance. · Measure Materials by volume; do not measure by Shovel-load. · Mix Ingredients in clean Mixer. · Mix Proprietary Products in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions. Admixtures: · Mortar Color: Do not exceed 10% of Portland Cement weight in Mortar. · Accelerator & Retardant: Add to Mortars and Grouts where required by Weather Conditions. Minimum 28 Day Compressive Strengths: · Unit Masonry Mortar: 1800 psi. · Masonry Grout: 2000 psi. · Pointing Mortar: 750 psi.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Mortar and Grout Mixing Equipment, Surfaces, and Tools are clean and free of contaminates. Do not proceed with mixing until conditions are acceptable.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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QUALITY CONTROL Refer to Section 01453 for details. If ready-mixed Mortar or Grout is used, furnish certificate from Mixing Plant stating that delivered Mortar conforms to Specifications.

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04100-4

SECTION 04100

MASONRY MORTARS & GROUTS

04100-5

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RETEMPERING Use Mortar and Grout only within 2 hours after initial mixing. Discard unused Mortar and Grout 2 hours after initial mixing.

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MORTAR & GROUT APPLICATION Refer to Section 04200 (Unit Masonry)

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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04100-5

SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Exterior Masonry Pavement: Section 02780 Masonry Mortars & Grouts: Section 04100 Transparent Water Repellent: Section 07180 Joint Sealants: Section 07920

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PRODUCTS INSTALLED, BUT FURNISHED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Steel Lintels: Section 05500 Sheetmetal Flashing: Section 07620 Hollow Steel Frames: Section 08110 Aluminum Frames: Section 08400

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SAMPLES In accordance with Section 01330, submit 3 full size samples of each type and color of Brick for approval prior to starting work. Show texture and full color range.

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FIELD MOCK UP In accordance with Section 01330, build Sample Wall for all exposed Masonry types where directed. (Cont.) 04200-1

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SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-2

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FIELD MOCK UP (Cont.) Layout Wall in "L" shape, 8 ft. on long side, 4 ft. on short side, and 4 ft. high. Show Masonry color range, texture, typical coursing, bond, reinforcing, joint treatment, Mortar color, corner construction, etc. Do no additional work until Mock-Up is reviewed and accepted. Accepted Mock-Up represents minimum acceptable workmanship standard. Work of lesser quality is subject to rejection and replacement. Accepted Mock-up, in like-new condition, may be used in Project Work.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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WEATHER REQUIREMENTS See Section 04100.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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BRICK Manufacturer: _______________, or approved. Brand: _____________ Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-216 Durability Grade: SW Nominal Size: 4x4x12 inches Face Texture: Smooth Colors: 3 different selected by Architect after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices. 04200-2

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SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-3

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CONCRETE BLOCK Type: Hollow-core and load-bearing. Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C90, Type 1, modified as follows: Class: Medium Weight Normal Weight Minimum Compressive Strength f'm: 1900 psi Minimum Dry Density: 106 pcf Exposed Chips: Unacceptable Maximum Fly Ash Content, if used: 22% of combined Cement and Fly Ash weight. Required Admixture: W.R. Grace Dry Block, or approved. Nominal Size, unless otherwise shown on Drawings: 8x8x16 inches Required Special Shapes: · Bond Beam Units · Any other shown on Drawings Color Manufacturer's standard Face Texture: · Where Located on Drawings: Ground Smooth · Elsewhere: Manufacturer's standard

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VENEER ANCHORS Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Type: Permitting vertical and horizontal differential movement between Masonry Facing and Backup Support, and complying with IBC Sect.1405.5. Material: Galvanized Steel Size: Extend to within 1 inch of Masonry face.

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SILL FLASHING Manufacturer & Brand: Dur-O-Wall Dur-O-Barrier 44, Grace Perm-A-Barrier, or approved. Material: Self-adhering, puncture-resistant, elastomeric Sheet Extent of Work: Provide at Veneer Wall Sills.

(Cont.)

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04200-3

SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-4

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that surfaces to receive Masonry are accurately sized and located, solid, level, dry, clean, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Protect Sills, Ledges, and Offsets against Mortar droppings.

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PREPARATION When humidity reaches 30% or less, soak Brick to reduce initial absorption. Remove dirt, ice, loose rust, and scale from Anchors, Ties, and Reinforcement prior to setting Masonry.

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INSTALLATION General: · Do not install cracked, broken, or chipped Masonry Units. · Use Masonry Saws to cut and fit exposed Units. · Lay Units plumb, true to line, and with level courses accurately spaced within allowable tolerances. · Do not furrow Bed Joints. · Stop horizontal runs by racking back in each course; toothing not permitted. · Adjust Units to final position while Mortar is soft and plastic. · If Units are displaced after Mortar has stiffened, remove Units, clean Joints and Units of Mortar, and relay Units with fresh Mortar. · When joining fresh Masonry to set or partially set Masonry: Remove loose Units and Mortar. Clean and lightly wet exposed surface of set Masonry prior to laying fresh Masonry. · Remove misplaced Mortar and Grout immediately. Mortar Beds: · Fill Joints with Mortar, except at: · Shrinkage Control Joints and Weep Holes · Space between Masonry Veneer and Backing · Take special care to keep above spaces clean and free from Mortar droppings. · Where adjustment must be made after Mortar has started to set, remove Mortar and replace with fresh Mortar. 04200-4

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SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-5

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INSTALLATION (Cont.) Laying Exposed Brick: · Lay in 1/3 running bond, alternating vertical Joints at third-points of adjacent Bricks. · Make Joints uniform and approximately 1/2 inch wide. · Joint Finishing: Compress with Round Tool to produce concave Mortar shape. Laying Concrete Block: · Lay Units in running bond, alternating vertical Joints at midpoint of adjacent Units. · Units with exposed Open Cells not permitted. Where Hollow Cell Units can not be used, substitute matching Solid Units. · Make Joints uniform and approximately 3/8 inches wide. · Joint Finishing: Compress with Round Tool to produce concave Mortar shape. Steel Lintels for Brick Openings: · Build in where shown on Drawings with no less than 8 inches bearing on each side of Opening. Shrinkage Control Joints: · In straight Masonry Wall runs where located on Drawings, provide unbroken vertical Joint. Leave Joints open to receive Joint Sealant specified in Section 07920.

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ALLOWABLE INSTALLATION TOLERANCES Unless otherwise specified, construct Masonry Work true within 1/8 inch per 10 ft. Accurately size Masonry Openings within 1/4 inch, plus or minus.

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PROTECTING WORK IN PROGRESS When Work is not in progress, including shutdowns between each day's work: · Cover Wall tops with non-staining, Waterproof Covering; extend Covering 2 ft. minimum down both faces of Wall and secure in place. When Work is resumed: · Remove any loose Mortar from Work Surfaces, and dampen Surface if necessary and when directed.

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(Cont.)

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04200-5

SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-6

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ANCHORING For Masonry Veneer: · In accordance with IBC Sect.1405.5, anchor Facing to Backing with Anchors embedded into Mortar and securely attached to Backing. · Space Anchors to support 2 sq.ft. maximum of Veneer Wall area. · Maximum Spacing: · Horizontally: 24 inches · Vertically: 18 inches · At Openings & Wall Edges: 8 inches · Align Anchors with Masonry Joints to eliminate Anchor eccentricities. · Stagger Anchors in alternate courses. · Extend Anchor Fasteners through Wall Sheathing and secure to Wall Framing Studs. · Remove Mortar Droppings from Anchor Surfaces. For Metal Frames: · Build-in Anchors furnished by Metal Frame Manufacturer.

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SILL FLASHING INSTALLATION Clean Masonry surface smooth and free from projections which might puncture or otherwise damage Flashing. Sandwich Flashing between layers of Mortar without increasing Mortar Joint width.

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WEEP HOLES Provide in Head Joints in first course immediately above Sills. Leave Head Joint free and clean of Mortar. Maximum spacing between Weep Holes: 32 inches o.c. Keep Weep Holes and area above Sill free of Mortar droppings. Fill Cavity behind Weep Holes with Pea Gravel to level position above Weep Hole top, or with Plastic Fiber Device designed to prevent Mortar Droppings from plugging Weep Holes.

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SEALANT JOINTS Provide 1/4 inch wide by 3/4 inch deep Sealant Openings around outside perimeters of exterior Doors, Windows, Louvers, and other Masonry Openings, unless otherwise shown on Drawings.

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04200-6

SECTION 04200

UNIT MASONRY

04200-7

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GROUTING HOLLOW STEEL FRAMES INSTALLED IN MASONRY WALLS Fill Door Heads and Jambs with Grouting Mortar specified in Section 04100.

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POINTING Fill Holes and Cracks. Remove loose Mortar, cut out defective Work, and re-point where directed. Remove Mortar Fins from intersecting Joint junctions.

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CLEANING & REPAIRING Remove Mortar and Stains from exposed Masonry surfaces. Delay cleaning until Masonry is dry. Prior to cleaning, remove excess Mortar by scraping with Brass, Nylon, or other Nonferrous Devices only. Mask or otherwise protect adjacent Metalwork, Vegetation, and other Materials damageable by Cleaning Agents. Prior to applying fluid Cleaning Agents, saturate Masonry with clean Water. Unless otherwise approved, do not use Muriatic or other Acid type Cleaning Solutions. Remove Cleaning Agents from Masonry following cleaning. Follow Manufacturer's instructions for applying and removing Cleaning Agents. Leave Masonry surfaces ready to receive Water Repellent specified in Section 07180. Remove any Waste Materials containing Lime from Landscape Planting Beds. Including Work of other Sections, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Protect Masonry against damage and dislocation until Mortar has set.

END OF SECTION

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04200-7

SECTION 05100

STRUCTURAL STEEL

05100-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

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05100-1

SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Structural Steel Subcontractor: · Provide all Steel Work indicated on Structural Drawings, even if also shown on Architectural Sheets, except where specifically noted to be provided by other Trades. Miscellaneous Fabricated Steel Subcontractor: · Except for Related Work Items specified below, provide all other Steel Work.

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PRODUCTS FURNISHED, BUT INSTALLED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Steel Lintels installed under Section 04200.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Chain Link Fencing: Section 02820 Reinforcing Steel for Concrete: Section 03200 Anchors for Masonry: Section 04200 Steel Hardware for Rough Carpentry: Section 06100 Steel Supports for Suspended Gypsum Board Ceilings: Section 09100 Steel Supports for Suspended Acoustic System Ceilings: Section 09500 Field Painting of Steel Items: Section 09900 Steel Rails for Elevators: Section 14200

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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ABBREVIATIONS AISC: American Institute of Steel Construction; One East Wacker; S-3100; Chicago, IL 60601; (312) 670-2400. (Cont.) 05500-1

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SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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ABBREVIATIONS (Cont.) ANSI: American National Standards Institute; 1819 L St. NW; 6th Floor; Washington DC 20036; (202) 293-8020. ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials; 100 Barr Harbor Dr.; West Conshohocken, PA 19428; (610) 832-9585

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Show locations, critical dimensions, required clearances, construction details, installation methods including any splices, attachments, and anchors.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Include all required Bolts and other Fastening Devices.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Store Fabricated Steel above ground on Platforms, Skids, or other approved Supports. Store other Materials in weather-tight and dry locations. Store packaged Materials in original unbroken Containers. Protect against damage and discoloration.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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05500-2

SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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STEEL SHAPES, BARS, & PLATES Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-36 or A-572 Minimum Yield Strength: 36 ksi

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STEEL PIPE Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-53 Type: · Where Exposed to View: S · Where Concealed from View: E Grade: A

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STEEL TUBING Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-501 Minimum Yield Strength: 36 ksi

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THREADED FASTENERS & ANCHOR BOLTS Manufacturing Standard: · Bolts & Nuts: ASTM A 307, Grade A · Washers: ANSI Standard B 27 Size & Spacing: See Drawings Finish: · Where Fastening or Anchoring Galvanized Steel Items: Galvanize in accordance with ASTM A-153 · Elsewhere: Manufacturer's standard

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WELDING ELECTRODES Series: E-70 Type: Satisfy conditions of use

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SHOP PAINT Rust-Inhibiting Primer specified in Section 09900.

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05500-3

SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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FABRICATION General: · Form to accurate sizes and shapes, with sharp lines and angles, and in accordance with AISC Minimum Fabrication Standards. · Punch and shear to leave clean Surfaces. · Weld permanent Connections; grind exposed Welds smooth. · Provide Holes and Connections for Work of other Trades. · Cut abutting Members to fit with full bearing contact. · Form Elbows and Bends to uniform radii, free from buckles and twists, and with finished Surfaces smooth. · Miter and cope Member intersections within 2º, fit to within 0.02 inches, and weld all around. · Where exposed to weather, form to exclude water; allow for expansion and contraction. · Do not use Screws or Bolts when they can be avoided; when used countersink Heads, draw up tight, and nick Threads to prevent loosening. Lintels: · Standard Steel shapes, sizes, and weights shown on Drawings. · Tap for other required Work. Corner Guards: · Standard Steel Angles, size shown on Drawings. Tube Railings: · Size noted on Drawings. · Fabricate to true lines; weld joints and grind smooth. · Provide Flanges and Fasteners for securing Horizontal Members. · Return Wall-mounted Handrail Ends to Wall. · Close exposed Open Railing Ends with 3/16 inch Welded Plate or Prefabricated Fitting. · Furnish 4 inch long Sleeves to General Contractor for casting Posts into Concrete. Steel Ladder: · Fabricate accurately; weld Joints and grind smooth. · Vertical Members: 3/8 x 2 inch Steel, spaced 18 inches apart and at least 7 inches clear of Wall. · Rungs: 3/4 inch round solid Steel Bars spaced 12 inches apart, unless otherwise shown on Drawings. · Mortise Rungs into vertical Members, and weld securely. Pipe Bollards: · Fabricate of Steel Pipe as shown on Drawings. (Cont.)

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05500-4

SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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FABRICATION (Cont.) Elevator Door Sill Supports: · Unless otherwise shown on Drawings, fabricate of Steel Angle as follows: · Size: 4x4 inches · Thickness: 3/8 inch · Length: Match Elevator Door Sill · Extent of Work: Provide 1 at each Elevator Door Sill.

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FABRICATION TOLERANCES Maximum deviation of individual Members from dimensions shown on Drawings as follows: · Overall length of Members with both ends finished for compact bearing: 1/32 inch · Overall length of Members without finished ends: · For Members up to 30 ft. long: 1/16 inch · For Members over 30 ft. long: 1/8 inch · Compressive Structural Member Straightness: 1/1000 of axial length between Lateral Support points Twists, Bends, & Kinks: Unacceptable

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SHOP TREATMENT Surface Preparation: · Remove Grease, Oil, Dirt, loose Rust, loose Mill Scale, and any other bondreducing Materials. · Within 8 hours of Surface Preparation, apply the following: Treatment: · At Exterior Work, including Steel Lintels: Galvanize in accordance with ASTM A-123. · At all other Steel: · Apply 1 coat Shop Paint. · Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 1.0 mil · Do not apply Shop Paint to the following: · Within 2 inches of Surfaces to be field welded · Surfaces to be encased in Concrete

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05500-5

SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-6

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces and Structures to receive Fabricated Steel are accurately sized and located, square, plumb, true, rigid, secure, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLATION General: · Follow approved Shop Drawings. · Install to true lines, plumb and level, and as detailed or required for rigidity and permanence. Lintels: · Unless otherwise shown on Drawings, provide not less than 8-inch bearing at each Lintel end. Corner Guards: · Secure to Substrate with Steel Inserts and Bolts. Tube Railings: · Set vertical Members into Sleeves previously built into Concrete. · Position Railings parallel with adjacent Stair, Ramp, and/or Floor, unless otherwise shown on Drawings. · Set true within 1/8 inch per 12 ft.; Brace as required. · Secure Railing Members cast into Concrete with Metal Wedges; caulk with Epoxy Grout. Steel Ladder: · Install plumb, to true lines; anchor securely to adjacent Construction. Elevator Door Sill Supports: · Secure to Substrate with Steel Inserts and Bolts. Pipe Bollards: · Bury lower section of Pipe at least 24 inches below adjacent Finish Surface. · Set Pipe plumb into 18 inch minimum diameter Concrete Footing. · Fill Pipe with Grout; slope Grout top for drainage and trowel smooth. Immediately remove any Grout Residual exposed on Pipe Surface.

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05500-6

SECTION 05500

MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED STEEL

05500-7

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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TOUCH UP Touch up damaged Galvanized Surfaces with Zinc-Rich Paint. Match original Coating thickness, and apply in accordance with ASTM A-780. Touch up damaged Paint Surfaces with matching Paint. Apply in accordance with Paint Manufacturer's instructions.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Remove loose Rust, heavy Mill Scale, Oil, Dirt, and other bond-reducing Foreign Substances from Members scheduled to receive Finish Painting. Leave Surfaces ready for finishing specified in other Sections. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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05500-7

SECTION 06100

ROUGH CARPENTRY

06100-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

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06100-1

SECTION 06100

ROUGH CARPENTRY

06100-2

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06100-2

SECTION 06174

PLYWOOD WEB JOISTS

06174-1

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See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

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06174-1

SECTION 06176

PLATE-CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES

06176-1

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See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

06176-1

SECTION 06180

GLUE LAMINATED STRUCTURAL UNITS

06180-1

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See Structural Notes on Drawings.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

06180-1

SECTION 06220

FINISH CARPENTRY

06220-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Rough Carpentry: Section 06100 Custom-built Casework: Section 06410 Wood Siding & Paneling: Section 06420 Caulking & Sealing: Section 07920 Field Painting & Finishing: Section 09900

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED QUALITY STANDARDS General: · Unless otherwise modified herein, Quality Standards shall be determined by the Associations listed below. · Standards can be obtained from Association. Material Standards: · Grading Rules of Western Wood Products Assn. (WWPA); 522 S.W. 5th Ave.; Portland, OR 97204; (503) 224-3930; or Grading Rules of other Agency certified by Board of Review of American Lumber Standards Committee. Workmanship Standards: · Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards published by American Woodwork Institute · (AWI); 1952 Isaac Newton Sq.; Reston, VA 20190; (703) 733-0600.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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06220-1

SECTION 06220

FINISH CARPENTRY

06220-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Do not deliver Products to Jobsite until notified by General Contractor that Project is conditioned and prepared to handle and store Products without damage or discoloration.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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ILLUMINATION Perform no Work under less than 30 ft. candles of light measured 3 ft. above adjacent Ground or Floor Surface.

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TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY Where Finish Carpentry Materials are located, maintain the following: · Minimum Temperature: 55º F · Relative Humidity: 25% to 55%

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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WOOD-GENERAL Maximum Moisture Content at Installation Time: 12%

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06220-2

SECTION 06220

FINISH CARPENTRY

06220-3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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EXTERIOR FASCIAS & TRIM Species: Douglas Fir Grain: Mixed WWPA Grade: C & btr. Surface Texture: Smooth Minimum Lengths: · Opening Trim: 1 piece, single length. · Standing Trim: No less than full Story height · Fascias & Running Trim: Joints no closer than 12 ft. apart

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DOOR FRAMES & INTERIOR RAILINGS Species: Douglas Fir Grain: Mixed WWPA Grade: B & btr. Surface Texture: Smooth

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STAIRWAY SKIRTBOARDS, WALL BASE, FIREPLACE MANTLE & INTERIOR TRIM Manufacturer: Weyerhaeuser, or approved. Material: Medium Density Fiberboard Manufacturing Standard: ANSI A208.1 grade MD Minimum Lengths: · Opening & Standing Trim: 1-piece single-length · Running Trim & Base: Joints no closer than 12 ft. apart

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RAILING BRACKETS Manufacturer: Ives, or approved, Model: 05943 Material: Match adjacent Door Hardware specified in Section 08710. Maximum Spacing: Provide 1 ft. from each Railing end and no more than 3 ft. apart between End Brackets. Extent of Work: Provide at Wall-mounted Wood Railings

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06220-3

SECTION 06220

FINISH CARPENTRY

06220-4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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NAILS Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. FF-N-105B Material: Steel Finish: · At Exterior Work: Hot-dip galvanized · At Interior Work: Contractor's choice Type: Casing with Blunt or Medium-diamond Points Size & Quantity: As required to secure Members in position

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Finish Carpentry are straight, plumb, true, solid, rigid, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLATION, GENERAL Except as otherwise specified herein, comply with AWI Custom Grade Workmanship Standards. Miter corners. Accurately scribe Filler Strips and Trim Strips to adjacent Surface irregularities. Ease sharp External Corners prior to finishing. Set exposed Nail Heads 1/16 inch below Wood surface.

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FASCIA, WALL BASE, STAIRWAY SKIRTBOARD, & TRIM INSTALLATION Fit carefully at Joints and against other Members. Locate Joints on solid bearing. Bevel-cut and glue End Joints. 06220-4

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SECTION 06220

FINISH CARPENTRY

06220-5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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RAILING INSTALLATION Secure Railing Brackets as recommended by Manufacturer with Noncorrosive Fasteners suitable for Wall and Railing Materials. Carefully align Railing and set parallel to adjacent Walking Surface. Fit carefully and locate Joints on Bearing.

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MANTLE INSTALLATION Install in single, one-piece lengths.

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PAINTING & FINISHING included in this Section Before installing, finish concealed ends of Exterior Fascias and Trim as specified in Section 09900.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave Surfaces ready for field-finishing specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

06220-5

SECTION 06310

WOOD PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT

06310-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Wood Piles to be treated: Section 02450

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Pressure Treatments specified hereunder refer to Specifications of American Wood Preservers Assn. (AWPA); Box 5690; Granbury, TX 76049; (817) 326-6300. Specifications can be obtained from Association.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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CERTIFICATION Affix Quality Seal of American Wood Preservers Bureau (AWPB) to each treated Member or, submit Affidavit stating that Preservative Treatment complies with these Specifications. Indicate year of treatment, Preservative used in treatment, applicable AWPB Quality Standard, trademark of AWPB Certified Agency, proper exposure conditions, Treating Company and Plant location, and Moisture condition of treated material.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Comply with Environmental Protection Agency requirements including the following: · Wear Dust Masks and Eye Goggles when sawing or machining Treated Wood. · Wash Hands after working with Treated Wood. · Do not burn Treated Wood; dispose in normal Trash Collector. 06310-1

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SECTION 06310

WOOD PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT

06310-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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PRESSURE-APPLIED TREATMENT MATERIAL Treatment: AWPA C-2 Preservative: · Manufacturer & Brand: CSI ACQ Preserve, Osmose Nature Wood, Wolmanize Natural Select, or approved. · Material: Alkaline Copper Quat or Copper Azole (ACQ) Extent of Work: Apply to Wood, if any, in the following locations: · In contact with Earth · In contact with Concrete · In contact with Masonry · In contact with Roofing · In contact with exterior Sheetmetal · Elsewhere shown on Drawings or specifications

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BRUSH-APPLIED TREATMENT MATERIAL Material: 2% minimum Copper Napthanate Solution, or approved. Extent of Work: Treat any Field Cuts to Pressure-treated Material

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Material to receive Treatment does not exceed Moisture Content specified for similar Untreated Wood. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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06310-2

SECTION 06310

WOOD PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT

06310-3

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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PRESSURE TREATMENT Follow Referenced Specifications. · Incise Members prior to Treatment. · Minimum Retention: · If and where in contact with Ground or Water: 0.40 pcf · Where above Ground: 0.25 pcf

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FIELD CUTS Liberally apply 2 coats of Brush Treatment Material to field-cut Surfaces.

END OF SECTION

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06310-3

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Finish Carpentry: Section 06220 Field-applied Plastic Laminate Covering: Section 06415 Manufactured Casework: Section 12300 Sinks & Fittings built into Casework, including plumbing connections: Division 15 Electrical Outlets & Conduit built into Casework, including electrical connections: Division 16

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED STANDARDS Except as herein modified, Material and Workmanship Grades shall be as defined in 1994 edition of Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards published by American Woodwork Institute, hereinafter referred to as AWI; 1952 Isaac Newton Sq.; Reston, VA 20190; (703) 733-0600. Standards may be obtained from Institute.

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DEFINITIONS Exposed Surfaces: · Surfaces visible when Drawers and Doors are closed. · Cabinet bottoms, if any, 42 inches or more above Floor. · Cabinet tops, if any, less than 72 inches above Floor. Semi-exposed Surfaces: · Surfaces which become visible after Drawers and Doors are opened, including backs of Doors. · Cabinet bottoms, if any, more than 30 inches but less than 42 inches above Floor. · Cabinet tops, if any, between 72 and 78 inches above Floor. (Cont.) 06410-1

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SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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DEFINITIONS (Cont.) Concealed Surfaces: · Surfaces not normally visible after installation. · Cabinet bottoms, if any, less than 30 inches above Floor. · Cabinet tops, if any, 78 inches or more above Floor. · Web Frames, Dust Panels, Stretchers, Blocking, and Backs behind Drawers.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Show locations, arrangements, shapes, dimensions, joint details, and other pertinent items. Show connections to adjacent Work, and complete assembly, whether or not Materials are furnished by Mill. Include Manufacturer's descriptive literature for Specialty Items. Identify Material Grades, Workmanship Grades, Wood Species, and Finishes.

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SAMPLES In accordance with Section 01330, submit for review and acceptance 2 samples of each color of Plastic Laminate proposed for use.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Do not deliver Products to Jobsite until notified by General Contractor that Project is conditioned and prepared to handle and store Products without damage or discoloration.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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06410-2

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-3

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TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY Where Casework or Shelving is located, maintain the following: · Minimum Temperature: 55º F · Relative Humidity: 25% to 55%

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ILLUMINATION Perform no work under less than 30 ft. candles of light measured 3 ft. above Floor.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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LUMBER Species: Douglas Fir Grain: Mixed Surface Texture: Smooth

PLYWOOD Manufacturing Standard: U.S. Product Standard PS-1 Types: · Where Exposed to Moisture: Exposure 1 · Elsewhere: Exposure 2 Core: Veneer Face Veneer: · Species: Douglas Fir · Cut: Rotary

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06410-3

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

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PARTICLE BOARD Manufacturer & Brand: Weyerhaeuser Timblend, Champion Novaply, Willamette Industries Duraflake, or approved. Manufacturing Standard: ANSI A208.1 grade M-S Minimum Density: 45 pcf Maximum Moisture Content: 8% Maximum ANSI A208.1Urea Formaldehyde Resin Emission: 0.20 ppm

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CASEWORK INTERIOR LINER Material: Melamine Low Pressure Laminate Type: Thermal-pressed Color: Off-white Extent of Work: Cover Semi-exposed Casework and Shelving Surfaces.

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PLASTIC LAMINATE FACING Material: High pressure type conforming to NEMA LD-1 and as specified in Section 06415. Thickness: · At exposed Vertical Surfaces including Door and Drawer Fronts and Backs: 0.028 inch · At Semi-exposed Surfaces: 0.02 inch Color & Pattern: Selected by Architect after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices.

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EDGE BANDING Material: Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Nominal Thickness: 0.020 inches Color: Selected by Architect after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices.

(Cont.)

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06410-4

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-5

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FINISH HARDWARE Case-mounted Adjustable Shelf Supports: · Manufacturer & Model: Knape & Vogt #346 with #129 Rubber Cushion, or approved. · Type: Dowel · Material: Steel · Finish: Anochrome Wall-mounted Adjustable Shelf Supports: · Manufacturer: Knape & Vogt, or approved. · Standards Model: 87 · Brackets Model: 187 · Material: Steel · Finish: Satin Anochrome Extension Drawer Slides: · Manufacturer: Accuride, or approved. · Model: · At Drawers less than 8 inches high: 3832 · At Drawers 8 inches and higher: 4034 · Type: Full extension · Extent of Work: Provide on all Drawers. Door Hinges: · Manufacturer: Blum, or approved. · Type: Concealed, self-closing, and satisfying conditions of use. · Opening Angle: 125º · Finish: Nickel plated · Extent of Work: Provide 1 pair minimum on each Door Leaf. Drawer & Door Pulls: · Manufacturer: Stanley, or approved. · Model: 4484 · Finish: · Where adjacent to Wood Units: Brushed Brass · Where adjacent to White Units: White Cable Grommets: · Manufacturer: Doug Mockett (800) 523-1269, or approved. · Series: TG Flip Top · Nominal Diameter: 2 inches · Material: Plastic · Color: Match adjacent Plastic Laminate Covering · Extent of Work: See Drawings (Cont.)

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06410-5

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-6

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FINISH HARDWARE (Cont.) Drawer & Door Locks: · Manufacturer: DCN, or approved. · Size: 1-7/16 inches · Required Accessory: Washers to prevent Lock movement · Barrel Length: Satisfy conditions of use. · Keying: Match Door Locks specified in Section 08710. · Finish: Match adjacent Door Hardware specified in Section 08710 · Extent of Work: Provide where shown on Drawings.

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FABRICATION General: · AWI Fabrication Style: Flush Overlay · AWI Fabrication Grade, unless other requirements are specified herein: Custom · All Shelves adjustable, unless otherwise shown on Drawings. · Verify dimensions of Sinks and other Items to be built into Cases and Counters. · Assemble at Mill where feasible. · Fabricate exposed Joints tight and flush. · Fabricate any Curves in longest practicable segments by laminating and/or machining. Do not use "Chord Segments". · Assemble Cases with Adhesive. Use Screws and Bolts where required for strength and rigidity. Conceal Fastenings wherever possible. Where not possible, neatly countersink Exposed Fastener and fill with Material matching adjacent Surface. · Install Finish Hardware at Mill. Materials, unless elsewhere specifically noted otherwise: · Exposed Surfaces: Plastic Laminate faced · Semi-exposed Surfaces: · Backside of Doors & Drawer Fronts: Match adjacent exposed Surfaces · Door & Drawer Face Edges: Edge Banding · Elsewhere: Casework Interior Liner · Shelving & Countertops: · Material: Plywood · Thickness: · At Spans up to 36 inches: 3/4 inch · At Spans between 36 and 48 inches: 1 inch (Cont.)

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06410-6

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-7

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FABRICATION (Cont.) Materials, unless elsewhere specifically noted otherwise: (Cont.) · Concealed Casework Backs: 1/2 inch thick Cabinet Interior Liner faced toward Case Interior · Drawer Bottoms: 1/4 inch thick Cabinet Interior Liner faced upward · All Other Construction Materials: 3/4 inch thick Particle Board Edge Banding, including Door & Drawer Face Edges: · At Plastic Laminate Faced Surfaces: Cover with PVC Edge Banding · At Shelving & other Semi-concealed Surfaces: Band with matching Interior Casework Liner in accordance with AWI Standards. Adjustable Shelf Hardware: · Drill Holes in Case Wall to receive Shelf Support Dowels. Space Holes 1 inch o.c. maximum over full height of Wall. Drawer Slides, Locks, Grommets, & Pulls: · Follow Manufacturer's instructions. At Sink Cabinets: · Hold Bottom Shelf and any Intermediate Shelves, 3/4 inch back from rear face of Door to provide open space for ventilation. Door Silencers: · Provide Felt or Rubber Silencers where necessary to prevent noisy Door-toFrame contact.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Casework or Shelving are straight, plumb, true, solid, rigid, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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06410-7

SECTION 06410

CUSTOM BUILT CASEWORK & SHELVING

06410-8

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INSTALLATION Miter Corners, and bevel-cut and glue Joints. Where Rubber Base is scheduled, provide continuous Wood Backing in Toe Space of adjacent in-line Base Cabinets Secure Work in place, plumb, square, true, level, and without distortion; level where necessary with concealed Shims. Secure Work to Backing with countersunk Screws. Accurately scribe Face Plates, Filler Strips, and Trim Strips to adjacent surface irregularities. Install with Finish Nails, set for puttying, except where Screws are required. Ease sharp External Corners prior to finishing.

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ADJUSTMENTS Adjust Moving Parts to operate satisfactorily at time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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06410-8

SECTION 06415

FIELD-APPLIED PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERING

06415-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Mill-applied Plastic Laminate Facing for Custom-built Casework: Section 06410 Factory-applied Plastic Laminate Facing for Manufactured Casework: Section 12300 Plastic Laminate Wall Covering for Elevators: Section 14200

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OPTIONS Where appropriate, Contractor may at Contractor's option, shop-apply Plastic Laminate Coverings in lieu of field-applying.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SAMPLES Prior to application and in accordance with Section 01330, submit two 5x7 inch samples of Plastic Laminate.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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06415-1

SECTION 06415

FIELD-APPLIED PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERING

06415-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY Where Plastic Laminate is located, maintain the following: · Minimum Temperature: 60º F · Relative Humidity: 25% to 55%

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WORK SPACE ILLUMINATION During Covering application, maintain 30 foot-candles minimum measured 3 ft. above Floor.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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PLASTIC LAMINATE Manufacturing Standard: NEMA LD-1 Manufacturer: Formica, Nevamar, Pionite, Wilsonart, or approved. Thickness: 0.05 inches Patterns & Colors: · Selected by Interior Designer after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices. · Manufacturers listed above are approved, provided they are able to supply selected Patterns and Colors to Architect's satisfaction.

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BACKSPLASH BACKING BOARD Material: Particle Board Manufacturer: Contractor's choice Minimum Density: 45 pcf Thickness: 3/4 inch 06415-2

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SECTION 06415

FIELD-APPLIED PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERING

06415-3

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PRIMERS, SEALERS, & ADHESIVES Manufacturer & Brand: Recommended by Covering Manufacturer Type: Water-resistant

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JOINT SEALANT Manufacturer: Dow, GE, or approved. Type: Mildew-resistant Silicone Color: Clear translucent

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METAL TRIM Manufacturer & Brand: B&T Metals Chromedge, Colotrym, or approved. Material: Aluminum Type: Suit conditions of use Extent of Work: Provide at exposed Wall Covering edges.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Covering are accurately sized and located, dry, clean, smooth, sound, secure, free from conditions that would damage Covering, impair Adhesive-bond, or mar Covering appearance, and are otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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LAMINATE INSTALLATION GENERAL Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Match and align any patterns. Make any Covering Joints with flush, tight, nearly invisible, hairline seams. 06415-3

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SECTION 06415

FIELD-APPLIED PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERING

06415-4

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COUNTERTOPS Install Covering over Countertop. Do not install "L" shaped pieces at Countertop Corners. Seam Locations: · Diagonal Seams at Corners: None permitted · Longitudinal Seams: None permitted · Cross Seams: 12 ft. apart minimum, and at least 24 inches away from any Counter Sinks. Provide cut-outs for any Sinks or other Openings; verify size and locations. Carefully scribe Edges to fit without Metal Trim.

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BACKSPLASHES Install Covering over Backing Board. Backsplash Height: · Unless otherwise shown on Drawings: 3-1/2 inches · Exact height may be adjusted plus or minus 1/2 inch to permit economical use of Counter Covering Material standard widths. However, heights within any one room or space shall all be the same. Return Backsplash along End Walls to Counter front, unless otherwise indicated. Butt Backsplash to Countertop without Metal Trim. Fill joint between Countertop and Backsplash with Joint Sealant and strike Sealant flush with Laminate faces.

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WALL COVERING Install Covering directly to Wall. Allowable Seam Locations: · Horizontal: None permitted · Vertical: 6 ft. apart minimum Do not extend Wall Covering behind Wall Base.

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SELF EDGING Unless otherwise shown on Drawings, provide at exposed Backsplash and Countertop edges. Horizontal Surfaces shall overlap Vertical Surfaces. Carefully align adjacent surfaces.

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06415-4

SECTION 06415

FIELD-APPLIED PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERING

06415-5

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METAL TRIM Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Secure level, plumb, and true; miter corners. Make any Metal Trim Joints with flush, tight, nearly invisible, hairline cracks. Do not extend Wall Covering Metal Edge Trim behind Wall Base.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Promptly remove any excess Adhesive or Sealant. Remove any Stains or Markings from Plastic Laminate surfaces. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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06415-5

SECTION 06420

WOOD SIDING & PANELING

06420-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Rough Carpentry: Section 06100 Caulking & Sealing: Section 07920 Field Painting & Finishing: Section 09900

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Do not deliver Products to Jobsite until notified by General Contractor that Project is conditioned and prepared to handle and store Products without damage or discoloration.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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ILLUMINATION Perform no Work under less than 30 ft. candles of light measured 3 ft. above adjacent Floor or Ground Surface.

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TEMPERATURE Maintain 50º F minimum in interior spaces where Materials are located. 06420-1

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SECTION 06420

WOOD SIDING & PANELING

06420-2

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CEMENTITIOUS SIDING Manufacturer: James Hardie Building Products, or approved. Brands (where located on Drawings): Hardiplank Lap Siding, Hardipanel, Vented Hardisoffit, & Hardishingle Lap Siding Weather Exposure Width: See Drawings Factory-applied Finish: PrimePlus Sealer & Primer

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PANELING BATTENS Material: Lumber Species: Western Red Cedar Nominal Size: 1x2 inches Grain: Mixed WWPA Grade: B & btr. Maximum Moisture Content at time of installation: 12% Surface Texture: Resawn with fine Bandsaw Minimum Length: Joints no closer than 12 ft. apart. Spacing: 8 inches o.c.

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SIDING & PANELING TRIM Material: Lumber Species: Douglas Fir Grain: Mixed WWPA Grade: B & btr. Maximum Moisture Content at time of installation: 12% Surface Texture: Smooth Minimum Lengths: · Opening & Standing Trim: 1-piece single-length · Running Trim: Joints no closer than 12 ft. apart.

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NAILS Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. FF-N-105B Material: Steel Finish: · At Exterior Work: Hot-dip galvanized · At Interior Work: Contractor's choice Type: Casing with Blunt or Medium-diamond Points Size & Quantity: As required to secure Members in position 06420-2

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SECTION 06420

WOOD SIDING & PANELING

06420-3

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Structure and Surfaces to receive Siding and Paneling are straight, plumb, true, solid, rigid, dry, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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SIDING INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Install straight, plumb, level, parallel, true, and secure as appropriate. Fit neatly at Joints and against Trim. Accurately scribe to adjacent Surface irregularities. Locate Joints over solid bearing. Remove sharp External Corners. Fit accurately and neatly around any Projections through Siding.

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TRIM & BATTENS INSTALLATION Install as shown on Drawings. Fit carefully at Joints and against other Members. Locate Joints on Solid Bearing. Bevel-cut and glue End Joints.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave Surfaces ready for Finishing specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION 06420-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 06600

PLASTIC SANITARY (FRP) WALL PANELS

06600-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Gypsum Board Walls to receive Panels: Section 09250

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS In accordance with Section 01830, submit Instructions to General Contractor for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver in unbroken Packages with Manufacturer's legible Label thereon. Do not remove Labels or open Packages until Architect inspects and approves. Store in clean and dry Storage Area. Protect against damage and discoloration. 24 hours prior to application, remove Panels from package and allow Panels to acclimatize to Installation Area Temperature and Humidity.

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EXTRA STOCK Provide 1 extra unopened case of each color and type of Panels. Store on Project Premises where directed by Owner.

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06600-1

SECTION 06600

PLASTIC SANITARY (FRP) WALL PANELS

06600-2

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PANELS Manufacturer: Kemlite; Box 2429; Joliet, IL 60434; (800) 435-0080; or approved. Brand: Glasbord Fire Rating Class: C Surface Texture: Embossed Color: White

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TRIM PIECES Type: Recommended by Panel Manufacturer for conditions of use Color: Match adjacent Panels. Extent of Work: Provide at Panel edges.

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PRIMERS & ADHESIVES Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Type: Mildew-resistant, satisfying conditions of use, and permitting removal of Panels without Substrate damage. Fire-resistiveness: No less than Panel rating.

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FASTENERS Manufacturer: Contractor's choice Type: Concealed and satisfying conditions of use.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Panels are true, sound, clean, dust-free, mildew-free, free from conditions that could damage Panels or impair Adhesive bond, and be otherwise properly prepared. Verify that Surfaces to receive Panels do not exceed 4% Moisture content. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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06600-2

SECTION 06600

PLASTIC SANITARY (FRP) WALL PANELS

06600-3

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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PREPARATION WORK Before applying Panels, remove any Finish Hardware, Electric Cover Plates, Mechanical Grilles or Registers, etc. which interfere with Panel application. Carefully store Removed Items, and accurately replace following Panel application.

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SURFACE PREPARATION Remove any Substrate Surface Defects that could show through Panel surface.

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PANEL INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Except at any Color or Pattern breaks, do not install Panels with Horizontal Seams. Do not extend Panels below top of any adjacent Wall Base. Take special care to assure complete adhesion at Joints, Edges, and Corners.

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TRIM INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Install any necessary Butt Joints tight, neat, hairline, and no closer than 4 ft. apart.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Immediately remove any Adhesive from Adjacent Surfaces. Leave Surfaces clean and defect-free at time of Substantial Project Completion. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION 06600-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 07130

BENTONITE WATERPROOFING

07130-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Provide at exterior surfaces of below-grade Walls enclosing Habitable Space including Elevator Pit Walls. Extend from 2 inches below adjacent Finish Grade down to and across top of Footings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Concrete Walls to receive Waterproofing: Section 03300

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SUBMITTALS In accordance with Section 01600, submit Manufacturer's Installation Instructions to Architect and General Contractor.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Promptly remove from Site any damaged, deteriorated, or contaminated Material.

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS during installation Material may be installed on Damp Surfaces, but do not install in standing Water or during Precipitation. 07130-1

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SECTION 07130

BENTONITE WATERPROOFING

07130-2

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ADVANCE NOTICES Notify Architect at least 24 hours before starting Work. Notify General Contractor to place Backfill against Waterproofing as soon as possible following Waterproofing inspection and acceptance.

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APPLICATOR'S QUALIFICATIONS Employed by or acceptable to Waterproofing Manufacturer.

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WARRANTY Prior to Final Project Acceptance and in accordance with Section 01830, submit the following Maintenance Warranty for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual: · We, the undersigned, do hereby warrant Bentonite Waterproofing against failure due to defective materials and/or workmanship, to remain watertight with normal usage for 5 years after Substantial Completion Date, and to repair (including removal and replacement of adjacent Backfill, Landscaping, Pavement, etc.) without additional cost to Owner any Water Leaks and resulting damage to Building and/or Building Contents as may occur:

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WATERPROOFING SUBCONTRACTOR: _____________________ By: __________________________ GENERAL CONTRACTOR: _____________________________ By: __________________________

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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MANUFACTURER American Colloid, or approved.

(Cont.)

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07130-2

SECTION 07130

BENTONITE WATERPROOFING

07130-3

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MATERIAL Waterproofing Core: Pure, high swelling, Wyoming Sodium Montmorillonite, specially formulated if and where necessary to resist any Salt Water or other Contaminated Groundwater. Core Characteristics: Gel Volume: 10 to 15 times dry volume Swelling Action: Indefinitely reversible Facing: Biodegradable, corrugated, Kraft Board on both faces of Core; and coated to resist premature hydration if and where exposed to incidental moisture.

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PANELS Volclay Type: 1 Size: 4x4 ft. Thickness: 3/16 inch

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ROUND PACKING TUBES Type: Hydrobar Length: 2 ft. Diameter: 2 inch

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SQUARE PACKING TUBES Type: Joint Pak Length: 2 ft. Size: 1-1/4 x 1-1/4 inches

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TRIANGULAR PACKING TUBES Type: Joint Pak Length: 2 ft. Size: 2-3/8 x 2-3/8 x 3-3/8 inches

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SECTION 07130

BENTONITE WATERPROOFING

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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PLASTIC SHEET Material: Polyethylene Film Color: Clear Minimum Thickness: 4 mils

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PROTECTION BOARD Manufacturer & Brand: American Colloid Protection Course, or approved.

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TERMINATION BARS Material: Extruded Aluminum Type: Satisfy conditions of use, and provide with Upper Flange shaped to receive Sealant. Extent of Work: Provide at top edge of Wall Panels as required to prevent Water-entry behind Panels.

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FASTENERS Non-corrosive type recommended by Manufacturer of Material to be secured.

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ADHESIVES & SEALANTS Type recommended by Waterproofing Manufacturer for conditions of use.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Reglets, Nailers, Cant Strips, Pipes, Ducts, Conduit, and other Penetrations, if any, are in position and ready to receive Waterproofing. Verify that Surfaces to receive Waterproofing are free of: · Loose Material, Debris, Fins, Honeycomb, Rock Pockets, Form Tie Holes, Cracks wider than 1/16 inch, Indentations, or other Voids. · Standing or free-flowing Water, Ice, or Frost. (Cont.) 07130-4

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SECTION 07130

BENTONITE WATERPROOFING

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS (Cont.) Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PREPARATION WORK Remove Dust, Dirt, Debris, Laitance, and Contaminates from surfaces to receive Waterproofing.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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WATERPROOFING INSTALLATION General: · Follow Manufacturer's instructions. · Where possible cut Panels along line of corrugation; if cut across corrugations, seal cut edges with wet cloth or sponge. At Below-grade Walls: · Apply Seal Gel at the following locations: · Wall patches · Wall penetrations · Form Tie holes · Start Panel installation at Footings and continue vertically. · Fold Panels around Corners with corrugations vertical. · Install remaining Panels with corrugations horizontal. · Stagger vertical joints at least 16 inches. · Overlap adjoining Panels 1-1/2 inches. · Secure Panels to Substrate with Fasteners as follows or Adhesive: · Panel Sides: 3 Fasteners · Panel Center: 1 Fastener · If Backfilling cannot proceed immediately after Panel installation, cover Panels and Footings with Plastic Sheet secured and sealed against Water penetration. · Remove Plastic Sheet immediately prior to backfilling. · If coarse Backfill material is used, cover Panels with Protection Board. (Cont.)

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07130-5

SECTION 07130

BENTONITE WATERPROOFING

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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WATERPROOFING INSTALLATION (Cont.) At Joints in Walls: · Snugly fit Packing Tubes in Joint recess. · Fill remainder of recess flush with Seal Gel. · Cover Joints with double-ply of Panels, not less than 2 ft. wide; fasten to Substrate. At Wall to Footing Joint: · Place Packing Tubes along base of Wall Panel on top of Footing. · Immediately tamp bed of Backfill over Tubes for protection during placement of remaining Backfill.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Notify General Contractor to protect Waterproofing against damage and premature wetting prior to backfilling. Repair or, when directed, replace any punctured, torn, or otherwise damaged Waterproofing.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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07130-6

SECTION 07180

TRANSPARENT WATER REPELLENT

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Provide over exposed exterior surfaces of Brick.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Unit Masonry to receive Repellent: Section 04200

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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CERTIFICATIONS Prior to starting Work submit Manufacturer's certification that: · Applicator is qualified to perform Work. · Proposed Products are appropriate for intended use. · Surfaces to receive Repellent are properly prepared, and will not prevent issuance of Manufacturer's Warranty.

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MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS Submit to Architect, as specified in Section 01600, Manufacturer's Specifications and Application Instructions.

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SECTION 07180

TRANSPARENT WATER REPELLENT

07180-2

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APPLICATOR 3 years minimum experience performing Work specified herein, and acceptable to Repellent Manufacturer.

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FIELD MOCK UP Prior to starting Work and in accordance with Section 01330, apply Repellent to approximately 10 sq. ft. of Substrate Material matching actual job conditions. Locate Mock Up where directed. Verify that Repellent will effectively repel Moisture from Surface, and will not stain Surfaces. Obtain Architect's acceptance before proceeding.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver Materials in original sealed Containers, clearly marked with Manufacturer's name, brand name, and Material type. Unless otherwise authorized by Repellent Manufacturer, maintain Storage Room Temperature between 50º F and 85º F.

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Do not apply Repellent when Ambient Air or Substrate Surface temperature is less than 40º F. or more than 100º F., or when such temperature is anticipated within 24 hours after Repellent application. Do not apply Repellent if Ice or Frost covers Substrate to be treated, during Inclement Weather, or until Substrate Materials dry from effects of such Weather.

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WARRANTY Repellent shall not permit Water-absorption into Substrate during 10-year period following date of Project Substantial Completion.

(Cont.)

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SECTION 07180

TRANSPARENT WATER REPELLENT

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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REPELLENT Manufacturer & Brand: Chem-Trete Aqua-Trete BSM-40, Pro-So-Co Weatherseal Siloxane PD, or approved. Minimum ASTM E-514 Water Leakage Reduction: 95% Type: VOC-compliant, water-base, non-gloss, and will not alter appearance of Surface to receive Repellent.

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MASKING MATERIAL Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Type: Strippable and satisfying conditions of use.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surface to receive Repellent is: · Clean, dry, and solid; free of frost, ice, wax, efflorescence, loose particles, and other foreign matter that could block Repellent absorption; and is otherwise properly prepared. · Cured for at least 28 days. Notify General Contractor to fill or replace any Surface Cracks exceeding 1/64 inches in width. Verify that adjacent Caulking and Sealing are completed prior to applying Repellent. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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· · · ·

PROTECTION Protect adjacent Materials including Glass, Aluminum, Planting Beds, and Vegetation against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Clean any Surfaces contaminated by Repellent. Replace any Vegetation contaminated by Repellent.

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07180-3

SECTION 07180

TRANSPARENT WATER REPELLENT

07180-4

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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SURFACE PREPARATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Unless otherwise deemed unnecessary by Repellent Manufacturer, mask off adjacent Surfaces not to receive Repellent.

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APPLICATION Dilute and/or alter Repellent only in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions. Apply Repellent in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions. Uniformly apply Repellent using low-pressure (15 psi) Airless Spray with Fan-shaped Coarse Spray Nozzle. At Vertical Surfaces, start application at Surface bottom and work upward. Maintain 6 to 8 inch wide Coating-rundown below Spray-pattern. Brush-apply only where Overspray would affect adjacent Materials or where spray application proves not applicable. Application Rate: Follow Repellent Manufacturer's instructions. Unless otherwise approved by Repellent Manufacturer, keep wet edges at all times. Prevent Repellent from drying between passes.

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FIELD TESTING Refer to Section 01453.

· · · ·

PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Masking Material as soon as possible following Repellent application. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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07180-4

SECTION 07200

THERMAL INSULATION

07200-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

· ·

CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

· · ·

RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Glass Fiber Acoustic Insulation: Section 09500 Mechanical Systems Insulation: Division 15

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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DEFINITIONS Specified "R" values designate Thermal Resistance of Insulation only, not including Air Spaces or other factors assumed to result in higher "R" values.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS If and where Insulation is not covered with Gypsum Board or other Fire-rated Material: · Maximum Insulation & Facing Flame Spread: 25 · Maximum Insulation & Facing Smoke Density: 450

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver to Project Site in Manufacturer's original unopened packages. Label Package Wrappers with Brand Name, Insulation type, and Thermal Rating. Store Materials off ground. Protect against damage and discoloration. Immediately remove damaged or wet Materials from Jobsite.

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07200-1

SECTION 07200

THERMAL INSULATION

07200-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Do not install Insulation when Surface to receive Insulation is wet.

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ADVANCE NOTICES Notify Architect at least 48 hours prior to completing Insulation Work for inspection.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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MINERAL FIBER BATT INSULATION Manufacturer: Certainteed, Johns Manville, Knauf, Owens/Corning, US Gypsum, or approved. Material: Formaldehyde-free Glass Fiber Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-665 Type: Blanket or Batt Length: Full-length, single-piece where practicable Vapor Retarding Facing: · Material: Kraft Paper · Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-665 · Maximum Permeability Rating: 1.0 perms Extent of Work: Provide Insulation of the following minimum Thermal Resistance Factor (R) in the following locations: · At Undersides of Pitched Roof Framing: R = 30 · Above Topmost Ceilings where adjacent to Horizontal Roofs: R = 30 · Above Exterior Soffits: R = 19 · Within Exterior Frame Walls: R = 19 · Undersides of Floor over Unheated Spaces: R = 19 Optional Method: In lieu of Batt Insulation specified above, Contractor may where appropriate, at his option, substitute Blown-in Insulation of comparable R-value.

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·

· · · ·

INSULATION SUPPORTS Material: Plastic Mesh, Wire Devices, or approved. Size: Satisfy conditions of use Extent of Work: Provide where necessary to support Insulation against displacement.

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07200-2

SECTION 07200

THERMAL INSULATION

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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MECHANICAL FASTENERS Type: Staples or Nails recommended by Manufacturer of Material to be secured. Material: Electroplated Steel Length: Penetrate Substrate at least 1/2 inch.

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VAPOR PROOF TAPE Manufacturer & Brand: Alumiseal Zero Perm, or approved; 183 Madison, New York, NY 10016; (800) 235-2313. Material: Adhesive-backed, Mylar-faced Aluminum Foil. Width: 1-1/2 inches Approximate Permeability Rating: 0.0 perms

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Work of preceding Trades is completed. Verify that Surfaces and Spaces to receive Insulation are accurately sized and located, dry, protected against inclement weather, clean, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

· · ·

PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Maintain the following Minimum Clearances between Insulation and any recessed Lighting Fixtures, Metal Chimneys, Metal Gas Vents, or other similar Device, unless Device is U.L. rated for Zero Clearance: · Side Clearance: 3 inches · Top Clearance: 24 inches

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SURFACE PREPARATION Remove, or protect against, Projections which may damage Insulation or prevent proper Insulation installation. 07200-3

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SECTION 07200

THERMAL INSULATION

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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INSULATION INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Fit Insulation snugly between Framing without forcing. Install Insulation with Vapor Retardant Facing on warm-in-winter side of Assembly. Where adjacent pieces of Insulation abut, fit snugly together without overlapping. Permit no gaps for Air passage. Carefully cut and fit Insulation around Pipes, Conduits, and other Obstructions. Where Pipes, Conduit, and other Obstructions are located within Insulated Walls or within other Insulated Spaces, place Insulation between cold-in-winter Surface and Obstruction, compressing Insulation where necessary. Use full-length, single-piece Batts wherever practicable. Except where indicated above, do not compress Insulation more than 10%. Provide additional support where necessary to prevent Insulation displacement or sagging.

· · ·

· · ·

VAPOR RETARDER FACING PATCHING Patch and seal Facing punctures, penetrations, tears, and voids with Vapor Proof Tape. Permit no Openings for Vapor transmission.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair, and touch-up; or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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07200-4

SECTION 07310

SHINGLE ROOFING

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Provide on all Sloped Roof Surfaces.

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PRODUCTS INSTALLED, BUT FURNISHED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Sheetmetal built into Roofing.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Plywood Roof Sheathing: Section 06100 Thermal Insulation: Section 07200 Single-ply Roofing: Section 07530 Sheetmetal Flashing: Section 07620

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

· · ·

REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Conform to Building Code requirements if more restrictive than those specified herein. Notify Architect about differences before starting work.

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SECTION 07310

SHINGLE ROOFING

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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PRE-APPLICATION MEETING Prior to roofing, and in accordance with Section 01315, Roofing Subcontractor shall arrange Meeting to clarify any questions about Specifications, details, and application requirements. Representatives of the following shall attend: · General Contractor · Roofing Subcontractor · Sheetmetal Flashing & Trim Subcontractor · Roof-penetrating Equipment Subcontractors

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· · · · · ·

PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver in unopened Bundles, with UL Wind Uplift Resistance Classification, and Grading Labels thereon. Do not open Bundles, or remove Labels until Architect reviews and accepts. Do not stack Shingles more than 3 ft. high. Store Products above Ground, and protect against damage and discoloration. Do not overload Roof Structure with Stored Material.

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MINIMUM AIR & WORK SURFACE TEMPERATURE When installing Shingles: 34º F.

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MATERIAL & WORKMANSHIP WARRANTY Work hereunder subject to 2-year Waterproof Warranty called for in Contract Conditions. Warranty includes proper placement of any Metalwork, which has been provided by other Trades and is in contact with Shingles.

(Cont.)

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SECTION 07310

SHINGLE ROOFING

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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MAINTENANCE WARRANTY Prior to Final Project Acceptance submit, in accordance with Section 01830, the following Maintenance Warranty for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual: · We, the Undersigned, do hereby warrant for 2 years following Project Substantial Completion all Shingle Roofing and related Sheetmetal Flashing against failure due to defective materials and/or workmanship, for System to remain watertight, and to repair or replace without additional cost to Owner any water leaks and resulting damage to Building Materials and/or Building Contents as may occur under normal usage within Warranty Period.

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ROOFING SUBCONTRACTOR: ________________________ By: _________________________________________ GENERAL CONTRACTOR: ____________________________ By: _________________________________________

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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UNDERLAYMENT Material: Unperforated, Asphalt-saturated Roofing Felt. Manufacturing Standard: ASTM D-226 Minimum Weight: 30 lb. type

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ASPHALT SHINGLES Manufacturer: Pabco, or approved. Brand: Premier (40 year minimum life) Material & Manufacturing Standard: Glass Fiber type complying with ASTM D-3462 Minimum UL 2390 Wind Uplift Resistance Classification: D (90 mph Wind Speed) Color: Selected by Owner after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices.

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CONTINUOUS RIDGE VENT Manufacturer: Cor-A-Vent, (800) 837-8368, or approved. Brand: X-treme X-5 (Cont.) 07310-3

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SECTION 07310

SHINGLE ROOFING

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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CONTINUOUS RIDGE VENT (Cont.) Material: High-density corrugated Propylene Width: 11 inches Height: 13/16 inches Type: Capable of permanent covering with adjacent Roofing Minimum Net Ventilation Area per linear foot of Vent: 17 sq. inches Features: · Fabricated to fit Roof pitch. · Fabricated to prevent Wind, Rain, Snow, Dust, and Insect intrusion. · Fabricated with wind-activated Baffle, which automatically closes Vent if wind exceeds 20 mph.

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FASTENERS & ACCESSORIES Type & Size: Nails or Staples recommended by Shingle Manufacturer Material: Stainless Steel Extent of Work: Provide all required for complete, secure, and weatherproof installation.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Structure and Surfaces to receive Underlayment and Shingles are secure, sound, even, free of holes, accurately sized and located, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

· · · · · ·

PROTECTION Protect Work of other Sections against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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SECTION 07310

SHINGLE ROOFING

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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INSTALLATION, GENERAL Follow Manufacturer's instructions as Architect judges them applicable, and requirements specified herein. Verify that Work of other Trade which penetrates Roof Deck has been completed before starting Work specified herein.

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UNDERLAYMENT INSTALLATION Apply horizontally over Roof Sheathing immediately prior to applying Shingles. Minimum End Laps: 4 inches Minimum Side Laps: 2 inches Minimum Ridge & Valley Laps: 4 inches each side forming double thickness Minimum Turn-up at Vertical Intersections: 6 inches Secure to Substrate with minimum possible Fasteners.

· · · · ·

ASPHALT SHINGLE INSTALLATION Lay in straight line horizontal courses. Exposure to Weather: Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Backset Distance: 5-5/8 inches Secure Shingles with at least 2 Fasteners sufficiently long to penetrate 5/8 inches into Substrate. Locate Fasteners 5/8 inch above each Cut-out center line, and 1 inch away from Shingle ends. Staples, if used, must be installed parallel with Shingle direction. During Cold Weather, warm Ridge and Valley Shingles as required to prevent Shinglebreaking.

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· · ·

RIDGE VENT INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Remove Roof Sheathing under Vent; balance Ridge Opening width with net area of Soffit Vents. Hold ends of Openings approximately 12 inches short of any Attic Walls and any Projections thru Ridge. Provide Vent over entire length of Ridge. Miter any Vent intersections, and make waterproof. Cover exposed Vent ends with factory-formed End Caps. Secure Vent to Roof Sheathing with Fasteners. Cover top surface of Vent with Roofing and secure as instructed by Vent Manufacturer.

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SECTION 07310

SHINGLE ROOFING

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

07310-6

SECTION 07400

METAL SOFFIT PANELS

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TAYLOR METAL PRODUCTS, INC. METAL SOFFIT PANEL SPECIFICATIONS SECTION 07400 PREFORMED METAL SOFFIT PANELS Taylor Metal Products, Inc. 3796 Turner Rd SE Salem Oregon 97302 503.581.8338 Part 1: GENERAL 1.01 SECTION INCLUDES This section includes, but is not necessarily limited to, furnishing and installing preformed metal soffit panel assemblies, flashing, metal trim and accessories as indicated on the drawings and specified herein.

1.02 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS A. Provide manufactured soffit panel assemblies complying with performance requirements indicated and capable of withstanding thermally induced movement and exposure to weather without failure or infiltration of water to the building interior.

1.03 SUBMITTALS A. Shop Drawings: Submit shops drawings in accordance with Section 01330. Show layout of panels, details of fabrication and details of accessory items. B. Samples: Submit samples as requested by Architect.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer's Qualifications: Manufacturer shall have a minimum of 10 years experience supplying metal roofing systems to the region where the work is to be done. B. Field Measurements: Take field measurements of structure or substrates to receive panel system prior to fabrication of panels.

1.05 STORAGE AND HANDLING A. Store all materials out of the weather in a clean, dry, well-ventilated area. B. Elevate one end of bundles so moisture can drain. C. Do not allow standing moisture on bundles of panels, flashing or flat sheets.

1.06 WARRANTY For painted metal roofs, provide manufacturer's written warranty covering 50 year rust perforation and against failure of factory applied Kynar 500 Fluoroceram finish for 30 years. Part 2: PRODUCTS 2.01 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURER Taylor Metal Products, Inc. 07620-1

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SECTION 07400

METAL SOFFIT PANELS

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3796 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97309 Telephone: 800-574-1388 Fax: 503-581-6877

2.02 PANELS A. Profile: 1. Taylor Metal solid/perforated soffit panels providing 12 5/8" coverage. 2. Perforated ventilating panels shall provide a minimum of 17-sq. in. free air space per lineal foot of panel. B. Gauge and Grade of Metal: 1. Steel ­ Painted: a. 24 gauge (.023 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G90 hot dip galvanized steel. b. 26 gauge (.018 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G90 hot dip galvanized steel. 2. Steel ­ Galvalume Plus: Acrylic coated 24 gauge, 55% zinc/aluminum coated steel conforming to ASTM A-792, coating class AZ55. 3. Copper: 16 ounce ­ uncoated. C. Finish: Kynar 500 (Fluoroceram) coating standard three coat, thermo-cured, full strength 70 percent resins. D. Color: As selected by the Architect from the manufacturer's standard colors.

2.03 ACCESSORIES Fasteners: Use fasteners as recommended by the manufacturer, suitable for the application and design loads. 1. Galvanized and Oxyseal/Xylon coated for exterior application. 2. Provide exposed fasteners with heads matching color of roof panels and flashings by means of factory applied coating. 3. Locate and space exposed fasteners in true vertical and horizontal alignment.

2.04 PANEL FABRICATION Panel, flashing and accessory fabrication: 1. To be roll formed and fabricated at factory. Field formed panels are not acceptable. 2. Manufacturer's standard procedures and processes must meet indicated performance requirements and comply with indicated profiles and dimensions and structural requirements.

Part 3: EXECUTION 3.01 INSTALLATION A. Metal panel installation: 1. Install per manufacturer's instructions and per details on drawings. 2. Field cutting panels by torch or abrasive wheel prohibited where cut is exposed to final view. 07620-2

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SECTION 07400

METAL SOFFIT PANELS

07400-3

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3. Install metal roof panels with concealed fasteners in each screw slot of pre-slotted screw flange.

3.02 CLEANING AND PROTECTION A. Damaged units: 1. Panels or flashings that have severe paint and/or substrate damage shall be replaced as directed by the Architect's or Owner's representative. B. Cleaning: 1. If applicable, remove temporary coatings and strippable film prior to installation.

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07620-3

SECTION 07400

METAL WALL PANELS

07400-1

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PART 1: GENERAL SECTION INCLUDES Furnish and Install preformed vertical metal wall panel assemblies, flashing, metal trim and accessories as indicated on the drawings and specified herein. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Elastomeric Flashing at Masonry Veneer Sills: Section 04200 Shingle Roofing: Section 07310 Joint Sealants: Section 07920 Field Painting: Section 09900 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS Provide manufactured wall panel assemblies complying with performance requirements indicated and capable of withstanding thermally induced movement and exposure to weather without failure or infiltration of water to the building interior. SUBMITTALS Shop Drawings: Submit shops drawings in accordance with Section 01330. Show layout of panels, details of fabrication and details of accessory items. Samples: Submit samples as requiring selection by Architect. QUALITY ASSURANCE Manufacturer's Qualifications: Manufacturer shall have a minimum of 10 years experience supplying metal roofing systems to the region where the work is to be done. Field Measurements: Take field measurements of structure or substrates to receive panel system prior to fabrication of panels. STORAGE AND HANDLING Store all materials out of the weather in a clean, dry, well-ventilated area. Elevate one end of bundles so moisture can drain. Do not allow standing moisture on bundles of panels, flashing or flat sheets. WARRANTY For painted metal roofs, provide manufacturer's written warranty covering 50 year rust perforation and against failure of factory applied Kynar 500 Fluoroceram finish for 30 years.

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PART 2: PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER 07620-1

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SECTION 07400

METAL WALL PANELS

07400-2

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Taylor Metal Products, Inc.; 3796 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97309 ; Telephone: 800574-1388 Fax: 503-581-6877 or Approved

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PART 2: PRODUCTS PANELS Profile: Solid wall panels providing 12 5/8" coverage. Factory installed polystyrene backer, at location subject to abuse. Gauge and Grade of Metal: Steel ­ Painted: · 24 gauge (.023 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G- 90 hot dip galvanized steel. · 26 gauge (.018 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G- 90 hot dip galvanized steel. · Steel ­ Galvalume Plus: Acrylic coated 24 gauge, 55% zinc/aluminum coated steel conforming to ASTM A-792, coating class AZ55. · Copper: 16 ounce ­ uncoated. Finish: Kynar 500 (coating standard three coat, thermo-cured, full strength 70 percent resins. Color: As selected by the Architect from the manufacturer's standard colors. ACCESSORIES Fasteners: Use fasteners as recommended by the manufacturer, suitable for the application and design loads. · Galvanized and Oxyseal/Xylon coated for exterior application. · Provide exposed fasteners with heads matching color of roof panels and flashings by means of factory applied coating. · Locate and space exposed fasteners in true vertical and horizontal alignment. PANEL FABRICATION Panel, flashing and accessory fabrication: · To be roll formed and fabricated at factory. Field formed panels are not acceptable. · Manufacturer's standard procedures and processes must meet indicated performance requirements and comply with indicated profiles and dimensions and structural requirements.

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07620-2

SECTION 07400

METAL WALL PANELS

07400-3

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PART 3: EXECUTION INSTALLATION

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Metal panel installation: Install per manufacturer's instructions and per details on drawings. Field cutting panels by torch or abrasive wheel prohibited where cut is exposed to final view. Install metal roof panels with concealed fasteners in each screw slot of preslotted screw flange.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair, and touch-up; or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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07620-3

SECTION 07411

SHEETMETAL HORIZONTAL ROOFING - PREFORMED

07411-1

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Part 1: GENERAL 1.01 SECTION INCLUDES This section includes, but is not necessarily limited to, furnishing and installing preformed horizontal metal roof panels, flashing, metal trim and accessories as indicated on the drawings and specified herein.

1.02 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS A. General: Provide manufactured roof panel assemblies complying with performance requirements indicated and capable of withstanding thermally induced movement and exposure to weather without failure or infiltration of water to the building interior. B. Wind Uplift Resistance: Provide roof panel assemblies that meet 140 mph rating when installed according to manufacturer's recommendations.

1.03 SUBMITTALS A. Shop Drawings: Submit shops drawings in accordance with Section 01330. Show layout of panels, details of fabrication and details of accessory items. B. Samples: Submit samples as requested by Architect.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer's Qualifications: Manufacturer shall have a minimum of 10 years experience supplying metal roofing systems to the region where the work is to be done. B. Field Measurements: Take field measurements of structure or substrates to receive panel system prior to fabrication of panels.

1.05 STORAGE AND HANDLING A. Store all materials out of the weather in a clean, dry, well-ventilated area. B. Elevate one end of bundles so moisture can drain. C. Do not allow standing moisture on bundles of panels, flashing or flat sheets.

1.06 WARRANTY For painted metal roofs, provide manufacturer's written warranty covering 50 year rust perforation and against failure of factory applied Kynar 500 Fluoroceram finish for 30 years. Part 2: PRODUCTS 2.01 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURER Taylor Metal Products, Inc. 3796 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97309 Telephone: 800-574-1388 Fax: 503-581-6877 2.02 PANELS A. Profile: 1. Pacific Pattern horizontal roofing panels providing 12" coverage. 2. Factory installed polystyrene backer shall be applied to full length of each panel. 07620-1

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SECTION 07411

SHEETMETAL HORIZONTAL ROOFING - PREFORMED

07411-2

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3. Panel flanges to be pre-slotted 12" o.c. to accommodate concealed fasteners. Screw slots shall be 3/16" x3/4" minimum to allow for expansion/contraction of panels. B. Gauge and Grade of Metal: 1. Steel ­ Painted: a. 24 gauge (.023 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G90 hot dip galvanized steel. b. 26 gauge (.018 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G90 hot dip galvanized steel. 2. Steel ­ Galvalume Plus: Acrylic coated 24 gauge, 55% zinc/aluminum coated steel conforming to ASTM A-792, coating class AZ55. 3. Copper: 16 ounce ­ uncoated. C. Finish: Kynar 500 (Fluoroceram) coating standard three coat, thermo-cured, full strength 70 percent resins. D. Color: As selected by the Architect from the manufacturer's standard colors.

2.03 ACCESSORIES Fasteners: Use fasteners as recommended by the manufacturer, suitable for the application and design loads. 1. Galvanized and Oxyseal/Xylon coated for exterior application. 2. Provide exposed fasteners with heads matching color of roof panels and flashings by means of factory applied coating. 3. Locate and space exposed fasteners in true vertical and horizontal alignment.

2.04 PANEL FABRICATION Panel, flashing and accessory fabrication: 1. To be roll formed and fabricated at factory. Field formed panels are not acceptable. 2. Manufacturer's standard procedures and processes must meet indicated performance requirements and comply with indicated profiles and dimensions and structural requirements.

Part 3: EXECUTION 3.01 INSTALLATION A. Metal panel installation: 1. Install per manufacturer's instructions and per details on drawings. 2. Field cutting panels by torch or abrasive wheel prohibited where cut is exposed to final view. 3. Install metal roof panels with concealed fasteners in each screw slot of pre-slotted screw flange. 3.02 CLEANING AND PROTECTION A. Damaged units: 1. Panels or flashings that have severe paint and/or substrate damage shall be replaced as directed by the Architect's or Owner's representative. B. Cleaning: 1. If applicable, remove temporary coatings and strippable film prior to installation 07620-2

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SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Provide over Horizontal Roof Decks. Installation Method: Mechanically attached

RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Plywood Roof Sheathing: Section 06100. Shingle Roofing: Section 07310 Sheetmetal Flashing & Trim: Section 07620 Roof Accessories: Section 07720 Roof Drains, Inside Conductors, & Flashing around Piping & Ducts passing through Roof: Division 15

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Unless otherwise specified, comply with applicable portions of Recommended Performance Criteria for Elastomeric Single Ply Roof Membrane System document ME-20, published by Midwest Roofing Contractors Assn.; 1000 Power & Light Bldg.; Kansas City, MO 64105. Copies of Specification can be obtained from Association. Wherever the word "should" appears it shall mean "shall".

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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07530-1

SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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LAYOUT DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Include Roof outline, Splice locations, Penetrations, and Edge details. Include Membrane Manufacturer's approval of Drawings.

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MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS In accordance with Section 01330, submit to Architect: 1 copy of Manufacturer's Installation Instructions In accordance with Section 01830, submit to General Contractor for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual: Manufacturer's Maintenance Instructions including recommended materials for flashing, splicing, and bonding.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Label Products indicating compliance with UL fire-resistive requirements specified in Building Code. Comply with Wind Uplift Requirements specified in Building Code.

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MANUFACTURER'S CERTIFICATIONS Submit evidence of the following: · That Roofer is Manufacturer-trained and Manufacturer-approved to perform this Work: · To General Contractor: With Subbid Proposal. · To Architect: Prior to ordering Products. · That Manufacturer has reviewed and approves this Specification. · To Architect: Prior to ordering Products. Immediately following Work completion, submit to Architect: · Certification that Manufacturer's Representative has inspected Work prior to, during, and after Work completion, and that Work complies with these Specifications and Manufacturer's instructions.

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SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-3

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PRE-INSTALLATION MEETING Prior to starting work, and in accordance with Section 01315, Roofer shall arrange meeting to clarify any questions about Specifications, details, and other application requirements. Representatives of the following shall attend: · General Contractor · Roofing Subcontractor · Roofing Manufacturer · Roof-mounted Equipment Subcontractors · Roof-penetrating Equipment Subcontractors.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver in unopened original packaging, with Manufacturer's legible labels thereon. Protect against damage, discoloration, and moisture. Do not cut, tear, or puncture Roofing. Store under Protective Coverings and above ground on Pallets. Store Adhesives and Flashing Materials between 60º F and 80º F for at least 4 hours immediately prior to installation. Do not overload Building Structure with stored Materials.

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WEATHER REQUIREMENTS Comply with Manufacturer's recommendations.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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ADVANCE NOTICES Notify Architect and Roofing Manufacturer at least 2 working days before starting work.

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07530-3

SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-4

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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WORK WARRANTY Roofing and Flashings are subject to 2 year Warranty called for in Supplementary Conditions, Section 00800. Roofer is responsible for proper placement of Metalwork, which has been provided by other Trades, and is in contact with Roofing.

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MAINTENANCE WARRANTY Prior to Final Project Acceptance submit, in accordance with Section 01830, the following Warranties for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual: · We, the undersigned, do hereby warrant Single Ply Roofing and related Flashing against failure under normal usage as may occur within the following time periods after Project Substantial Completion date, and defective Work will be repaired or replaced at no additional cost to Owner:

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2 Years: Defective Work including any resulting damage to Building Materials and/or Building Contents.

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ROOFER: _____________________________ By: ___________________________ GENERAL CONTRACTOR:____________________________ By: ___________________________

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10 Years: Defective Work, but not including any damaged Building Materials or Building Contents.

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ROOFING MANUFACTURER:_________________________ By: _______________________________

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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CRICKET FORMING BOARD Material: Expanded Polystyrene Insulation Board Manufacturer: Contractor's choice Minimum Density: 1-1/2 pcf Shape: Tapered Extent of Work: Provide where necessary to form Roof Slope Crickets. 07530-4

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SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-5

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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ROOFING MEMBRANE Manufacturer & Brand: Carlisle SynTec, Firestone RubberGard, or approved. Material: Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) Minimum UL 790 Fire-resistiveness Class: A Color: Grey, or approved. Thickness: 0.045 inches Sheet Size: Largest practicable

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FLASHING MEMBRANE Manufacturer: Approved by Roofing Membrane Manufacturer Material: Uncured EPDM Color: Match Roofing Membrane Thickness: 0.06 inches

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ADHESIVE, CEMENT, MASTIC, & SEALANT Furnished by Membrane Manufacturer.

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NAILING STRIPS, CURBS, & BLOCKING Materials: Recommended by Membrane Manufacturer for conditions of use Source: Furnished by Membrane Manufacturer

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FASTENERS Manufacturer & Type: Approved by Membrane Manufacturer Material: Non-corrosive Length: As required to satisfy conditions of use

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TRAFFIC PADS Manufacturer & Brand: Carlisle Walkway Pads, or approved. Face Size: 30x30 inches Extent of Work: Provide on Roof surface in 3 ft. minimum wide strip around Roofmounted Mechanical Equipment requiring maintenance and where necessary to connect Equipment with Roof Access Hatch. 07530-5

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SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-6

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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OTHER MATERIALS Manufacturer & Type: Approved by Membrane Manufacturer Extent of Work: Provide all required for complete weatherproof installation.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Roofing System are clean, smooth, sound, dry, and free of sharp edges, fins, grease, oil, water, ice, frost, foreign matter, and other conditions that could adversely affect Roofing execution and permanence, and are otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory. Do not start until other Work which penetrates Membrane is completed.

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PROTECTION Protect other Work against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Prevent Adhesive Solvent Fumes from being drawn into Building Ventilation System.

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SURFACE PREPARATION Prior to roofing, remove from Roof Deck any oil, grease, debris, obstruction, snow, ice, moisture, or projections which could damage System.

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CRICKET BOARD INSTALLATION Form into shapes shown on Drawings. Secure Board to Roof Sheathing with Adhesive.

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07530-6

SECTION 07530

SINGLE PLY ROOFING

07530-7

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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MEMBRANE INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions using Mechanically Attached method. Place Sheet in final position without stretching. Allow Sheets to relax 30 minutes minimum before making splices or anchoring to Substrate. Overlap adjacent Sheets at least 3 inches for splicing. Remove any Wrinkles or Air Pockets. Secure Membrane as instructed by Membrane Manufacturer. Make Seams and Penetrations watertight. Check Seam sealing for continuity and integrity. Prior to end of each Working Day, seal exposed Seam edges with Sealant. Flash Membrane perimeter and penetrations as instructed by Membrane Manufacturer.

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TRAFFIC PAD INSTALLATION Space Pads to permit Water-flow. Do not install directly over field-fabricated Roofing Seams. Secure to Roofing with Adhesive recommended by Roofing Manufacturer.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Prevent Water-flow beneath or behind any completed Work. Notify General Contractor to protect completed Work against damage and discoloration caused by workmen of other Trades. To any Roof-mounted Mechanical Equipment, conspicuously locate and apply brightly colored Decal, which warns Equipment Maintenance Workers against spilling Liquid Freon, Petroleum-based Products, and other Materials which can damage Roofing Membrane.

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CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Sections, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION 07530-7

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SECTION 07610

SHEETMETAL STANDING SEAM ROOFING - PREFORMED

07610-1

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PART 1 ­ GENERAL

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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PRODUCTS FURNISHED, BUT INSTALLED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Sheetmetal built into Masonry and Roofing.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Plywood Roof Sheathing: Section 06100 Shingle Roofing: Section 07310 Roof Accessories: Section 07720 Joint Sealants: Section 07920 Field Painting: Section 09900 Roof Drains, Inside Conductors, & Flashing around Piping passing through Roof: Division 15

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SUBMITTALS Prior to starting Work and in accordance with Section 01330, submit two 12x12 inch samples of Factory-painted Sheetmetal. Show color and thickness. Shop Drawings: Submit shops drawings in accordance with Section 01330. Show layout of panels, details of fabrication and details of accessory items.

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07620-1

SECTION 07610

SHEETMETAL STANDING SEAM ROOFING - PREFORMED

07610-2

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PART 1 ­ GENERAL

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PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS General: Provide manufactured roof panel assemblies complying with performance requirements indicated and capable of withstanding thermally induced movement and exposure to weather without failure or infiltration of water to the building interior. Wind Uplift Resistance: Provide roof panel assemblies that meet 140 mph rating when installed according to manufacturer's recommendations. QUALITY ASSURANCE Manufacturer's Qualifications: Manufacturer shall have a minimum of 10 years experience supplying metal roofing systems to the region where the work is to be done. Field Measurements: Take field measurements of structure or substrates to receive panel system prior to fabrication of panels. STORAGE AND HANDLING Store all materials out of the weather in a clean, dry, well-ventilated area. Elevate one end of bundles so moisture can drain. Do not allow standing moisture on bundles of panels, flashing or flat sheets. WARRANTY For painted metal roofs, provide manufacturer's written warranty covering 50 year rust perforation and against failure of factory applied Kynar 500 Fluoroceram finish for 30 years.

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PART 2: PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER Taylor Metal Products, Inc. 3796 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97309 Telephone: 800-574-1388 Fax: 503-581-6877 or Approved PANELS Profile: · Easy Lock standing seam roofing panels providing 12" coverage. · 1 1/8" high snap-together lock seams. · flat pan · Panel flanges to be pre-slotted 12" o.c. to accommodate concealed fasteners. Screw slots shall be 3/16" x3/4" minimum to allow for expansion/contraction of panels.

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07620-2

SECTION 07610

SHEETMETAL STANDING SEAM ROOFING - PREFORMED

07610-3

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PART 2: PRODUCTS PANELS (con't) Gauge and Grade of Metal: Steel ­ Painted: · 24 gauge (.023 steel thickness prior to painting) per ASTM A-653 structural quality G- 90 hot dip galvanized steel. Finish: Kynar 500 (Fluoroceram) coating standard three coat, thermo-cured, full strength 70 percent resins. Color: As selected by the Architect from the manufacturer's standard colors. ACCESSORIES Fasteners: Use fasteners as recommended by the manufacturer, suitable for the application and design loads. Galvanized and Oxyseal/Xylon coated for exterior application. Provide exposed fasteners with heads matching color of roof panels and flashings by means of factory applied coating. Locate and space exposed fasteners in true vertical and horizontal alignment. PANEL FABRICATION Panel, flashing and accessory fabrication:

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To be roll formed and fabricated at factory. Field formed panels are not acceptable. Manufacturer's standard procedures and processes must meet indicated performance requirements and comply with indicated profiles and dimensions and structural requirements.

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PART 3: EXECUTION INSTALLATION Metal panel installation: · Install per manufacturer's instructions and per details on drawings. · Field cutting panels by torch or abrasive wheel prohibited where cut is exposed to final view. · Install metal roof panels with concealed fasteners in each screw slot of preslotted screw flange.

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07620-3

SECTION 07610

SHEETMETAL STANDING SEAM ROOFING - PREFORMED

07610-4

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PART 3: EXECUTION CLEANING AND PROTECTION Damaged units, Panels or flashings that have severe paint and/or substrate damage shall be replaced as directed by the Architect's or Owner's representative. As Work progresses, neutralize excess flux with 5% to 10% Washing Soda Solution, and thoroughly rinse. Immediately after installation remove Protective Covering from Factory Painted Sheetmetal. Including Work of other Sections, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave non-factory-painted surfaces ready for Field Painting specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

07620-4

SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

07620-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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PRODUCTS FURNISHED, BUT INSTALLED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Sheetmetal built into Masonry and Roofing.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Elastomeric Flashing at Masonry Veneer Sills: Section 04200 Plywood Roof Sheathing: Section 06100 Shingle Roofing: Section 07310 Single-Ply Roofing: Section 07530 Roof Accessories: Section 07720 Joint Sealants: Section 07920 Field Painting: Section 09900 Roof Drains, Inside Conductors, & Flashing around Piping passing through Roof: Division 15

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SAMPLES Prior to starting Work and in accordance with Section 01330, submit two 12x12 inch samples of Factory-painted Sheetmetal. Show color and thickness.

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07620-1

SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Package Factory-painted Materials with Non-sticking Paper or Strippable Film Coating between adjacent Sheets. Protect against damage and discoloration. Do not bend, warp, or twist Sheets. Ventilate stored Sheets as required to prevent Condensation build-up between Sheets. Do not overload Roof Structure with Stored Materials.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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MAINTENANCE WARRANTY Warrant Sheetmetal Flashing and Trim to be weatherproof for 2 years following Project Substantial Completion date, and repair or replace without additional cost to Owner any water leaks and resulting damage to Building Materials and/or Building Contents as may occur under normal usage within Warranty Period. Warrant for 30 years following Project Substantial Completion that Factory-applied Enamel Coatings on Sheetmetal will not fade, chalk, craze, chip, crack, peel, delaminate, or otherwise deteriorate.

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STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS Manufacturing Standard: ASTM A-167 Type: 304 Temper: Soft, fully annealed. Thickness: Specified below Finish: 2D, dull. Pattern: Flat without texture

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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NAILS Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. FF-N-105B Type: Barbed, slating. Head: Flat Material: Stainless Steel Wire Minimum Length: 1 inch

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SCREWS Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. FF-S-107 Type: Self-tapping Head: Pan Material: Stainless Steel Minimum Size: No. 7 Minimum Length: 1 inch

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RIVETS Type: As required by conditions of use Material: Stainless Steel Minimum Diameter: 1/8 inch Length: Recommended by Rivet Manufacturer for conditions of use

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GUTTER SPIKES & FERRULES Material: Match Gutter Sheetmetal Approximate Spike Length: 3 inches longer than Gutter opening width Ferrule Length: Match Gutter opening width

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SEALANT Manufacturer & Brand: Dow 999-A, GE Silicone II, Mameco Vulkem 116, Ruscoe Permanent Sealer, Sonneborn NP-1, or approved.

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ASPHALT PLASTIC CEMENT Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. SS-C-153 Type: II 07620-3

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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PRIME COATING & UNDERCOATING For Galvanized Steel: Galvanized Iron Primer specified in Section 09900 For Stainless Steel: Zinc Chromate Primer specified in Section 09900

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ASPHALT COATING COMPOUND Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. TT-C-494 Type: II

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DOWNSPOUT STRAINERS Type: Removable Wire Basket Material: 0.054 inch minimum diameter Stainless Steel Wire Extent of Work: Tightly fit in each Downspout Inlet.

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FABRICATION General: · Form to shapes and dimensions shown with planes and lines in true alignment. · Unless otherwise shown on Drawings or specified, fabricate with longest practicable lengths. · Form Openings Head and Sill Flashing with End Dams. · Hem exposed edges. · Angle bottom edges of vertical surfaces to form drip. Seams: · Common Lock Seams: 3/4 inch finish width; 4-ply loose-locked. · Flat Lock Seams: 5/8 inch finish width; 4-ply flat locked, malleted tight; sweat full with Solder. · Single Corner Seams: 3/4 inch finish width; 3-ply loose locked. · Double Corner Seams: 5/8 inch finish width; 4-ply loose locked. · Lap Seams: 3 inch finish width. · Solder-Lap Seams: 1 inch finish width; sweat full with Solder. · Cover Plate Seams: · Space abutting Sheets 1/2 inch; cover Joint with 4 inch wide Cover and Back-up Plates set in Sealant. · Match Plates to Flashing profile. · Secure Plates to Substrate with Screw installed through Open Space between adjacent Flashing Sheets. (Cont.) 07620-4

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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FABRICATION (Cont.) Seams: (Cont.) · S-Lock Seams: Form 1-1/4 inch wide "S" shaped Seam on one edge of Flashing Sheet for concealed fastening. Cleats: · Same Material and thickness as adjacent Sheetmetal Sheets.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Sheetmetal are smooth, clean, and otherwise properly prepared. Verify that Nailers to receive Sheetmetal are properly placed. Prior to starting Work notify General Contractor of defects that require correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLATION, GENERAL Install Work watertight, without waves, warps, buckles, tool marks, fastening stresses, distortion, or defects which impair strength or mar appearance. Install planes and lines in true alignment. Allow for Sheetmetal expansion and contraction.

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CLEAT INSTALLATION Space 2 ft on center, unless continuous Cleats or other spacings are specified hereunder. Secure spaced Cleats to Substrate with 2 Fasteners to prevent Cleat rotation. Secure Continuous Cleats to Substrate with Fasteners spaced at 12 inch maximum centers. Cover Fastener Heads with Cleat Tabs folded back over Fastener Head. 07620-5

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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SOLDERING At Factory-painted Sheetmetal: Substitute Sealant in lieu of soldering. Elsewhere: · Clean and flux Metals prior to soldering. · Sweat Solder completely through Seam widths.

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SEALANT INSTALLATION Apply 1/4 inch diameter Bead, centered in full length of Joint.

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ASPHALT PLASTIC CEMENT INSTALLATION Trowel apply 1/8 inch thick.

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PAINTING Where Sheetmetal is scheduled to receive Field Painting, shop-apply Primer Coat as specified in Section 09900. Minimum Primer Coat dry film thickness: 1-1/2 mils. Protect Galvanized Steel against corrosion with Asphaltic Coating Compound: Minimum Dry Film Thickness applied to each Contacting Face: 7-1/2 mils

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COUNTER FLASHING Form of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Overlap Base Flashing 4 inches minimum. Install Bottom Edge spring-tight against Base Flashing, or at Contractor's option secure Bottom Edge with 1 inch wide Clips spaced no greater than 24 inch o.c. Attach Clips to Substrate with concealed Fasteners. Reinforce Clips by double-bending Clip 3/4 inch back over bottom edge of Counter Flashing. Lap-seam Vertical Joints, and apply Sealant. Miter, Lap-seam, and close Corner Joints with Solder. Provide where Roof intersects Vertical Surfaces, and elsewhere shown on Drawings.

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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CLOSED VALLEY FLASHING Form of 24 inch wide, 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Extend Flashing from 2 inches above top edge of Base Shingle to 1/2 inch above butt edge of Covering Shingle. Furnish to Roofer for installation.

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APRON FLASHING WHERE ROOF SLOPES AWAY FROM VERTICAL SURFACE Form of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Extend up Vertical Surface 4 inches minimum and onto Roof Surface 4 inches minimum. Secure top edge to Wall Sheathing. Hem bottom edge 1/2 inch. Lap-seam Vertical Joints 3 inches minimum and apply Sealant. Engage hemmed edges. Miter and extend around Corner 3 inches minimum and solder Joints. Install Bottom Edge spring-tight against Roofing.

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COPINGS Form of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Fabricate with Cover Plate Seams spaced approximately 10 ft. apart. Miter and join Corners with Cover Plate Seams. Lock Exterior Edges over Continuous Cleats secured to Substrate. Lock Interior Edges over Spaced Cleats secured to Substrate. Slope Coping top toward Roof.

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PARAPET WALL COVERING Form of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. At Parapet Walls 24 inches & Higher: Fabricate with vertical S-lock Seams spaced approximately 2 ft. apart. At Parapet Walls lower than 24 inches: Fabricate with continuous Horizontal Seams. Anchor Seams to Substrate with Cleats spaced 12 inches apart, maximum. Hook top edge of Covering into hemmed edge of Coping. Attach bottom edge of Covering to top of Counter Flashing with Common Lock Seams. Bend Covering around Corners 12 inches, minimum. Cover inside face of Parapet Walls, unless otherwise shown on Drawings. 07620-7

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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THRU-WALL SCUPPERS Form of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Line Opening and slope towards Drain. Join Liner to Inside Flange with flat Lock Seams; extend Inside Flange 4 inches on top of Roofing and 4 inches in all other directions. Secure Roof Flange to Substrate with Nails spaced 6 inches apart. Join Liner to Outside Flange with Single Corner Seams. Extend Outside Flange 1-1/2 inches in all directions. Counterflash top edges of Inside and Outside Flanges, or, if not practicable, make watertight with Sealant installed between Flange and Wall face.

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HUNG GUTTERS Form to detail of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Lap Gutter Joints 1 inch minimum, rivet, and solder. Locate Gutter Front Edge 1/2 inch minimum lower than Rear Edge. Stiffen Gutter Front Edge with hemmed return. Counterflash Gutter Rear Edge. Secure End Caps with 1 inch minimum width Flanges riveted and soldered to Gutter. Secure Gutter to Roof Framing with Gutter Spikes and Ferrules spaced 4 ft. o.c., maximum. Provide Expansion Joints midway between Downspouts; overlap Gutter sections 2-1/2 inches and provide End Caps spaced 1/2 inch apart. Cover Expansion Joints tops with Loose-lock Cover; extend Cover over outer edge of Gutter, and embed in Sealant. Size Thimble 1/8 inch less than Downspout, and extend 2 inches below Gutter bottom. Rivet and solder Thimble flanges to Gutter bottom.

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CONDUCTOR HEADS Form of 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Fabricate with Lap-soldered Seams. Extend Downspout thimble 2 inches below Conductor Head bottom, shape to fit, and size 1/8 inch less than Downspout. Rivet and solder Thimble Flanges to Conductor Head bottom. Fabricate with Overflow Openings in face of Conductor Heads; locate below Roof flood line. Secure to Scupper with Single Corner Seam. Secure to Wall above Overflow Openings. Locate at Downspout Heads which are adjacent to Scuppers. 07620-8

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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DOWNSPOUTS Form to 2x3 inches of uncorrugated 26 ga. Stainless Steel. Fabricate longitudinal joints with Double Corner Seams. Telescope upper into lower Sections 1-1/2 inches minimum, rivet and solder. Attach to Vertical Trim Board with 1-1/4 inch wide Straps matching downspout material, and 1 gage heavier. Locate Straps at Downspout tops, bottoms, horizontal joints, and 10 ft. maximum centers. Secure Straps to Wall with Fastener Heads covered with Strap-tabs. Except where otherwise shown on Drawings, install Downspouts plumb (modify Straps if necessary), and carefully align with Storm Drain Hub. Extend Downspouts 3 inches minimum into Storm Drain Hub and close opening with Plastic Transition Hub.

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ROOF PENETRATION FLASHING General: · Form of 26 ga. Stainless. Base Flashing: · Extend Flange onto Roof 8 inches minimum in all directions away from Penetration, and upward around Penetration to position at least 2 inches above Roof surface. · At Shingle Roofing fold upper and side edges at least 1/2 inch back over Flange. · Solder-lap Joints. · Furnish to Roofer for installation. Counter Flashing: · Overlap Base Flashing at least 1 inch with Storm Collar sloped away from Penetration. · Secure to Penetration with Solder.

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EQUIPMENT SUPPORT FLASHING Form of 18 ga. Stainless Steel. Fully cap Support. Overlap Base Flashing 4 inches. Solder-lap Joints. Provide Sealant around Penetrations, if any. Provide at Roof-mounted Equipment.

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SECTION 07620

SHEETMETAL FLASHING & TRIM

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MISCELLANEOUS FLASHING Provide 26 ga. Stainless Steel Flashing with End Dams around Doors, Windows, and other Openings in exterior Walls, where shown on Drawings, and elsewhere necessary to maintain Building watertight.

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CLEANING & REPAIRING As Work progresses, neutralize excess flux with 5% to 10% Washing Soda Solution, and thoroughly rinse. Immediately after installation remove Protective Covering from Factory Painted Sheetmetal. Including Work of other Sections, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave non-factory-painted surfaces ready for Field Painting specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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SECTION 07720

ROOF ACCESS HATCHES

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Roof Sheathing: Section 06100 Single-Ply Roofing: Section 07530 Sheetmetal Flashing: Section 07620 Field Painting: Section 09900

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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DESIGN REQUIREMENTS Design, engineer, and fabricate Hatches to support actual Dead Loads plus the following Design Loads: · Minimum Design Loads: See Structural Notes on Drawings. · Snow Drift Load: Comply with Building Code · Horizontal & Uplift Wind Loads: Comply with Building Code · Thermal Expansion & Contraction: Resistant to stress from 100º F temperature shift.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Show complete assembly including Curbs, Joints, Gaskets, Drainage, Insulation, Accessories, Anchorage, and other pertinent details. Include installation instructions.

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SECTION 07720

ROOF ACCESS HATCHES

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WARRANTY Warrant Roof Hatch Work to be weatherproof for 2 years following Project Substantial Completion date, and repair and/or replace without additional cost to Owner any water leaks and resulting damage to Building Materials and/or Building Contents as may occur under normal usage within Warranty Period.

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ROOF HATCHES Manufacturer: Babcock-Davis, Bilco, Dur-Red, Milcor, Nystrom, or approved. Operation: Manual Material: Steel Finish: Primer specified below Opening: Single leaf Size: 30x36 inches Required Accessories: · Watertight, insulated Curb. · Shock-absorbing, spring-balanced, insulated Cover. · Inside Closing Handle. · Spring Latch with Inside and Outside Handles and Padlock Hasp. · Hinges equipped with non-removable Pins. · Telescoping Steel Tube extension mounted to Ladder top, Bilco Ladder Up, or approved.

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PAINT PRIMER Material: Galvanized Iron Primer as specified in Section 09900

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ASPHALTIC COMPOUND Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. TT-C-494 Type: II

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SECTION 07720

ROOF ACCESS HATCHES

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JOINT SEALANT Material: Silicone type as specified in Section 07920 Extent of Work: Provide where necessary to produce weatherproof installation.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Do not proceed until Surface to receive Hatches is secure, level, true, smooth, clean, dry, and prepared in accordance with approved Shop Drawings. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Do not overload Roof with stored Materials.

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PAINTING Protect contacting dissimilar Metals against galvanic corrosion with Asphaltic Compound, 7-1/2 mil thickness minimum, applied to each contacting face. Apply Primer to exposed Metal surfaces: 1-1/2 mil dry film minimum thickness.

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INSTALLATION Accurately secure Hatches plumb, level, true to line, without warp or rack, and in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and reviewed Shop Drawings.

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ADJUSTMENTS Adjust Moving Parts to operate satisfactorily at time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period.

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SECTION 07720

ROOF ACCESS HATCHES

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave surfaces ready for Finishing specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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SECTION 07840

FIRE STOPPING

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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WORK INCLUDED In accordance with governing laws, regulations, codes, and requirements specified in Section 01115; seal Openings through Fire-rated Assemblies as required to prevent the passage or spread of Flame, Smoke, and Hot Gases, including the following: · Mechanical Piping, Ductwork, and Electrical Conduit passing through Firerated Walls, Floors, and Ceilings. · Open Joints located between adjacent Fire-rated Walls, Floors, & Ceilings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Joint Sealants: Section 07920

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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WORKER'S QUALIFICATIONS Employed by or acceptable to Fire Stopping Manufacturer.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Fire Stopping shall comply with governing Building Code requirements, including successfully passing Hose Stream Tests specified in UBC Volume 3 Section 7.108.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SECTION 07840

FIRE STOPPING

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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Upon Work completion, submit Manufacturer's written certification that Fire Stopping has been installed in accordance with these Specifications and in compliance with Regulatory Agency Requirements.

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FIELD MOCK UP Provide typical examples of each type of Fire Stopping for Architect's review. Reprepare, if necessary, until Mock Ups are accepted. Accepted Mock Ups represent minimum standard of acceptability, and Work of lesser quality is subject to rejection. Approved Mock Ups may be used on Project Work.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver Products to Jobsite in original unopened Containers. Save Containers for Architect's inspection. Protect Products against damage. Do not exceed Product "shelf life". Immediately remove from Project Site any damaged or out-of-date Products.

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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Perform no Work when Work Conditions exceed Fire Stopping Manufacturers' specified limits.

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ADVANCE NOTICES Notify Architect at least 48 hours prior to covering-over Work of this Section, so that Inspections can be made.

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SECTION 07840

FIRE STOPPING

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FIRE STOPPING Manufacturer: Firestop Systems, GE, Hilti, 3M, RectorSeal, STI, USG, or approved. Material: Shall contain no Asbestos, Halogens, Lead, or Volatile Solvents. Type: Caulk, Wrap, Strip, Sheet, Mortar, Collars, Foams, Pillows, Pads, Board, or Putty as required by conditions of use. Fire-resistiveness: Rated for use as Through-Penetration Fire stopping in accordance with ASTM E-814 or UL 1479 Performance Requirements: Fire Stopping shall be flexible, moisture resistant, and it shall not shrink or pull away from contact surfaces. Paintability: Fire Stopping, if and where exposed to view, shall be paintable or capable of receiving Finish Materials where so specified in other Sections.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Fire Stopping are clean, dry, and free from Dust, Oil, Grease, Rust, Lacquer, loose Mortar, Ice, Frost, or other Bond-reducing Matter. Allow Concrete Surfaces to cure at least 4 weeks before applying Sealant. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. Do not contaminate adjacent Materials. Mask Surfaces adjacent to Fire Stopping as required for protection.

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SURFACE PREPARATION Remove Dust, Dirt, Wax, Moisture, Ice, Frost, and any other Foreign Matter from Surfaces to receive Fire Stopping. If and where necessary, provide Backing Support to receive Fire Stopping.

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SECTION 07840

FIRE STOPPING

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PRIMING If and where so recommended by Fire Stopping Manufacturer, prime Surfaces to receive Fire Stopping. Follow Primer Manufacturer's instructions.

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FIRE STOPPING INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions and Building Code requirements. Fill Openings as required to ensure effective Fire and Smoke Barrier. Install flush with adjacent Surface. Remove excess Fire stopping and any Masking Materials. Leave exposed Surfaces neat and smooth.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. When removing spilled or excess Fire Stopping, do not damage adjacent Surfaces. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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SECTION 07920

JOINT SEALANTS

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Caulk Exterior Joints as follows: · Masonry Wall Control Joints: Silicone Sealant with Sand matching Mortar color impregnated into Sealant surface to approximate Mortar Joint appearance · Joints around Window Frames, Door Frames, and other Openings in Exterior Walls: Silicone Sealant · Joints between Floor and bottom of Door Frames: Silicone Sealant · Joints between adjacent Dissimilar Materials: Silicone Sealant · Elsewhere caulking is shown on Drawings or required to weatherproof Building: Silicone Sealant Caulk within Exterior Frame Walls as follows: · Space between Wall Framing Members and Windows, Doors, and other Openings where subject to Air-infiltration: Foam Air-Infiltration Sealant · Space beneath Wall Base Plates: Foam Air-Infiltration Sealant Caulk Interior Joints as follows: · Joints around Window Frames, Door Frames, and other Openings in Exterior Walls: Acrylic Latex Sealant · Joints between Flooring and Shower Receptacles & Bath Tubs: Silicone Latex Sealant · Other Joints between adjacent Dissimilar Materials: Acrylic Latex Sealant · Elsewhere caulking is shown on Drawings or required to fill Open Joints: Acrylic Latex Sealant

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Sealing Sheetmetal Joints: Section 07620 Sealant-type Firestopping: Section 07840 Glazing Compounds employed to set Glass: Section 08800 Acoustic Caulking at Gypsum Board: Section 09250 Sealing Ceramic Tile Joints: Section 09310

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SECTION 07920

JOINT SEALANTS

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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FIELD MOCK UP Provide examples of each type of Joint Sealant for Architect's review. Reprepare, if necessary, until Mock Up is accepted. Accepted Mock Ups represent minimum standard, and Work of lesser quality is subject to rejection. Approved Mock Ups may be used on Project Work.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Store in original, tightly sealed Containers, and with original legible Labels thereon. Do not open Containers or remove Labels until Architect reviews. Do not exceed Sealant shelf life.

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WEATHER REQUIREMENTS Perform no Work when weather exceeds Manufacturer's specified limits.

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WARRANTY Warrant Joint Sealant Work for 2 years following Project Substantial Completion date that Sealants will not loose their adhesion or cohesion, that Work of this Section will remain weatherproof, and that Contractor will repair and/or replace without additional cost to Owner any water leaks and resulting damage to Building Materials and/or Building Contents as may occur under normal usage within Warranty Period.

(Cont.)

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07920-2

SECTION 07920

JOINT SEALANTS

07920-3

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SILICONE SEALANT Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Components: 1 Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-920, Type S, Class 25, Grade NS. Required Ingredient: Mildew Inhibitor Cure Method: Neutral ASTM C-661 Shore A Hardness Range: 15-20 Joint Movement Range: Plus 100% to Minus 50% Minimum Elongation: 1200%

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ACRYLIC LATEX SEALANT Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Components: 1 Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-834 Minimum ASTM C-736 Recovery: 75% Joint Movement Range: Plus or Minus 7½ %

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FOAM AIR-INFILTRATION SEALANT Manufacturer & Brand: Grace Polycel One, or approved.

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SEALANT COLORS Foam Sealant: Contractor's choice Silicone Sealant: Clear Translucent, unless otherwise indicated. All Other: Approximate color of Adjacent Surfaces, unless otherwise indicated, and subject to Architect's approval.

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PRIMER & SURFACE CONDITIONER Manufacturer & Type: Recommended by Sealant Manufacturer

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BACKER ROD Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice (Cont.) 07920-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 07920

JOINT SEALANTS

07920-4

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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BACKER ROD (Cont.) Material: Closed-cell, soft-rod, formed without Freon Gas, and recommended by Sealant Manufacturer for conditions of use. Diameter: 25% greater than Joint width Extent of Work: Provide for all Sealants, except Foamed types.

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BOND BREAKER TAPE Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Material: Polyethylene Tape, or approved. Extent of Work: Where Backer Rod can not be used, provide Tape where necessary to prevent 3-sided adhesion of Sealant to Substrate

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FOAM SEALANT DAMS Material: Contractor's choice Minimum UL Fire Resistance Rating: · At Dams Remaining in Place: Match adjacent Wall or Floor Rating. · At Dams to Be Removed: None required

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Joints to be sealed are clean, dry, and free from Dust, Oil, Grease, Rust, Lacquer, loose Mortar, Ice, Frost, or other Bond-reducing Matter. If necessary, remove Bond-reducing Matter by grinding. Verify that Sealants are compatible with Substrate. Allow Concrete Surfaces to cure at least 4 weeks before applying Sealant. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by work of this Section. Mask Surfaces adjacent to Joints as required for complete protection. 07920-4

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SECTION 07920

JOINT SEALANTS

07920-5

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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SURFACE PREPARATION Remove Dust, Dirt, and any other Foreign Matter from Joints to be sealed.

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PRIMING Where so recommended by Sealant Manufacturer, prime Surfaces to receive Sealant. Apply with Bristle Brush. Do not flood surfaces.

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BACKER ROD INSTALLATION Using Wheeled Tool, install Backer Rod behind Sealant in accordance with Sealant Manufacturer's instructions. Provide in continuous, one-piece lengths where practicable. Where discontinuous pieces are necessary, butt Rod Joints neatly and snugly. Force Rods into Joints to uniform depth, approximately 1/2 Joint width (1/4 inch minimum and 5/8 inch maximum). Do not stretch, twist, puncture, or tear Rods. Replace any damaged Rods.

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DAM INSTALLATION Provide around Wall and Floor Penetrations to receive Foam Penetration Sealant.

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FOAM SEALANT INSTALLATION Follow Sealant Manufacturer's instructions. Inject Sealant continuously until Opening is filled. If Opening is not filled within Sealant Snap Time or maximum of 3 minutes, stop application for at least 15 minutes before resuming work. Trim cured Foam flush with Adjacent Surface. Remove any combustible Dams.

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SILICONE & ACRYLIC LATEX SEALANT INSTALLATION Apply in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions using Hand or Pressure Gun type Dispenser. (Cont.) 07920-5

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SECTION 07920

JOINT SEALANTS

07920-6

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SILICONE & ACRYLIC LATEX SEALANT INSTALLATION (Cont.) Size Gun Nozzle to fit Joint. Force Sealant into Joints firmly against Joint Sides to fill Joints and Voids solid; superficial pointing with Skin Bead not acceptable. Prevent 3-sided adhesion of Sealant to Substrate. Install Sealant flush with Adjacent Surface. Within 10 minutes after installation, and using Dry Tool finish Sealant to smooth, uniform, and slightly concave shape. Remove excess Sealant and Masking Materials, if any, immediately after Sealant installation. Leave Sealant Surfaces neat and smooth.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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07920-6

SECTION 08110

HOLLOW STEEL DOORS & FRAMES

08110-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Caulking of Frames in Exterior Walls: Section 07920 Wood Doors: Section 08210 Aluminum Doors & Frames: Section 08400 Door Hardware: Section 08710 Glazing: Section 08800 Field Painting: Section 09900 Elevator Doors & Frames: Section 14200

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Except as modified herein, conform to the following Recommended Specifications published by Steel Door Inst.; 30200 Detroit Rd.; Cleveland, OH 44145-1967; (216) 892-1404. · S.D.I. 100 Standard Steel Doors and Frames · S.D.I. 105 Steel Frame Erection Instructions · S.D.I. 107 Hardware on Steel Doors · S.D.I. 117 Manufacturing Tolerances · S.D.I. 118 Basic Fire Door Requirements · A.N.S.I. A151.1 Acceptance Criteria for Steel Doors & Hardware Reinforcings. · A.N.S.I. A224.1 Acceptance Criteria for Painted Surfaces Specifications can be obtained from Institute.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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08110-1

SECTION 08110

HOLLOW STEEL DOORS & FRAMES

08110-2

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Show locations, elevations, principal construction features, and dimensions of each Door type and Frame type, cut-outs, reinforcement, joints, welds, finish, anchoring, and other pertinent details. Locate and detail Field Splice Joints for any Frames too large to ship in one piece. Indicate instructions for making Field Splices. Manufacturer's published details may be substituted for Standard Stock Items, provided required information is included.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Fabricate Doors and Frames, where scheduled to be Fire-resistive, in accordance with requirements of Underwriters Laboratories, Factory Mutual, or other Agency approved by Building Official. Affix Agency Acceptance Label on each piece. If and where Doors are required to be "Positive Pressure" type, accompany Codecompliance Installation Instructions with Door shipment.

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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Furnish Certificate from Manufacturer stating that Hollow Steelwork delivered to Project conforms to these Specifications. In lieu of submitting Certificate, Manufacturer may affix Certifying Label on each Unit, as defined in Referenced Specifications.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Remove Door Wrappings upon Jobsite delivery. Store Doors and Frames upright in protected dry area, at least 1 inch above Ground or Floor, and with at least 1/4 inch between individual pieces. Brace bottom ends of Frame Jambs against displacement.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication. 08110-2

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SECTION 08110

HOLLOW STEEL DOORS & FRAMES

08110-3

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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SPECIAL WARRANTY For 2 years following Substantial Completion date, and in accordance with Contract Conditions, warrant the following: · Exterior installations against water-leakage · Doors against delamination

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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DOORS SDI Model: 1 (Full flush, hollow, and with exposed Edge Seams only) SDI Grade: I (Standard Duty) Minimum Metal Thickness: 20 ga. Interior Door Core: 90 lb. minimum Phenolic Resin impregnated Honeycomb completely filling Core and bonded to both Face Skins. Exterior Door Core: Polystyrene insulation completely filling Core, Low-E glass where glass is specified, light kits to be low profile, white ­ paint to match in field. Sizes & Shapes: See Door Schedule and Drawings.

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FRAMES Type: Head and Jamb Intersections mechanically-interlocked, and Frame Face mitered and welded. Minimum Metal Thickness: 16 ga. Sizes & Shapes: See Door Schedule and Drawings.

· · · ·

FRAME ANCHORS General: Follow Referenced Specifications To Floors: Provide Base Anchors at each Jamb. To Stud Walls: · Full Frame width and depth, welded to Frame. · Minimum quantity: · Frames up to 7'-6" high: 4 per Jamb · Frames 7'-6" to 8'-0" high: 5 per Jamb · Frames higher than 8'-0": 5 Anchors plus 1 additional for each 2 ft. or fraction thereof over 8'-0" 08110-3

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 08110

HOLLOW STEEL DOORS & FRAMES

08110-4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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· · · · ·

FABRICATION Follow Referenced Specification. Accurately form Metal to required sizes and shapes. Bevel Lock-side Edge of Doors 1/8 inch in 2 inches. Square edged Doors not acceptable. Minimum Reinforcement Thickness: · At Hinges: 8 ga. · At Locks: 16 ga. · At Surface Hardware: 12 ga. · At Panic Devices: Fully reinforce. Thru-bolting not acceptable. Assemble Components and grind and dress Welds to form smooth, flush surfaces, which do not show Weld or Fabrication Marks after painting when viewed from oblique angle. Do not use Metallic Fillers to conceal Defects. Fabricate with 26 ga. minimum Cover Boxes at Hardware Mortises. Provide High Frequency Reinforcement at top and bottom of Top Hinges. Weld Anchors to Door Frames. Fabricate with the following clearances: · Between Doors and Frames: 1/8 inch · Between Door Bottoms and Thresholds: 1/4 inch · Between Door Bottoms and Floor: 3/4 inch · Between Meeting Edges of pairs of Doors: 3/32 inch Prepare Door Frames to receive Silencers specified in Section 08710. Fabricate Glazing Stops with butted Corner Joints. Glazing Stops shall not interfere with installation of any Flat Bar Panic Devices or any Lever Handle Door Latches or Locks. Fabricate any exterior, out-swinging Doors with flush tops. Fabricate any closed-section Mullions with internal Web Reinforcement.

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· · · ·

· · · · ·

· · · ·

SHOP FINISH Dress Surface irregularities to smooth surface. Chemically treat and clean exposed Surfaces. Treatment: · All Surfaces of Exterior Doors & Frames: Electrogalvanized Coating · Exterior Surface of Interior Doors & Frames: Rust Inhibiting Primer as specified in Section 09900 · Interior Surface of Interior Door Frames: Rust Inhibiting Primer as specified in Section 09900

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08110-4

SECTION 08110

HOLLOW STEEL DOORS & FRAMES

08110-5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Openings to receive Hollow Steelwork are accurately sized and located, square, plumb, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

· ·

PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLATION Follow Referenced Specifications and Manufacturer's instructions. Secure Anchors to Adjacent Construction. Set Frames true with Adjacent Construction. Accurately position Work. Set Doors flush with Frame face. Set Doors plumb to hold any desired position. Fill any exposed Fastener Heads, and finish to match adjacent Surface.

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ADJUSTMENTS Adjust Moving Parts to operate satisfactorily at time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period.

· · · ·

PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave surfaces ready for Finish Painting specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION 08110-5

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 08110

HOLLOW STEEL DOORS & FRAMES

08110-6

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BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08110-6

SECTION 08210

WOOD DOORS

08210-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Custom Built Casework Doors: Section 06410 Hollow Steel Door Frames: Section 08110 Door Hardware: Section 08710 Door Glazing: Section 08800 Field Painting & Finishing: Section 09900

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OPTIONS Prefitting Doors to Frames and preparing for Door Hardware specified in Section 08710 may, at Contractor's option, be performed at Factory. Flush Doors with Openings therein may, at Contractor's option, be fabricated with Stile and Rail Cores.

· ·

ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

· · ·

REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards published by American Woodwork Institute, hereinafter referred to as AWI. Standards can be obtained from Institute at Box 1550; Centreville, VA 22020; (703) 222-2499.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08210-1

SECTION 08210

WOOD DOORS

08210-2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit as specified in Section 01340. For each Door show Location, Size, Core material, Face material, required Undercuts, Blocking for Hardware, Openings together with full size Glass installation Mouldings, and Factory-machining for Hardware.

· · ·

REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Fabricate Doors, where scheduled to be Fire-resistive, in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) requirements. Affix UL Label to each Door. If and when Doors are required to be "Positive Pressure" type, accompany Codecompliance Installation Instructions with Door Shipment.

· · · ·

PRODUCT DELIVERY Do not deliver Doors to Jobsite until notified by General Contractor that Project is conditioned and prepared to handle and store Doors without damage or discoloration. Prior to Project-delivery, factory-apply Manufacturer's standard Waterproof Sealer to Door Edges. Individually wrap each Door with Protective Covering. Upon Jobsite delivery, open Coverings to promote ventilation, however do not remove Covering until adjacent Painting and Finishing Work is completed.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Do not store in damp or wet locations. Store flat, at least 3 ½ inches above level and dry surface, and in well-ventilated space. Handle Doors with clean Hands or clean Gloves. Do not drag Doors across other Doors or other Surfaces. Do not store or install Doors in Spaces containing wet Concrete or wet Plaster.

· · ·

ACCEPTABLE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Humidity Range: 30% to 60% Air Temperature: 50 ºF to 90 ºF

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08210-2

SECTION 08210

WOOD DOORS

08210-3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

· · ·

WARRANTY Lifetime warranty required. Replace, rehang, and refinish without additional cost to Owner any delaminated Doors or any Doors exceeding Tolerance limits.

·

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

· · · · · · ·

FLUSH DOORS Manufacturers: Graham, Lynden, Mohawk, Oregon Door, Vancouver, or approved. AWI Manufacturing Grade: Custom Type: Flush Face Construction: 7 ply Sizes: See Door Schedule Core: · At Interior Doors fire-rated for longer than 20 minutes: Manufacturer's standard non-combustible type without Asbestos. · At all other Doors: LD-2 grade Particle Board type Face Veneer: · Species: Sound close-grain Hardwood of Fabricator's choice · Grain: Fabricator's choice · AWI Grade: B · Veneer Match: Fabricator's choice · Assembly Splice Match: Fabricator's choice · Minimum Thickness at 12% Moisture Content: 1/50 inch Head Rail Minimum Height: 8 inches Edge Bands: · At Doors fire-rated for longer than 20 minutes, if any: · Material: Door Manufacturer's standard Multiple-ply Laminate capable of improving Screw-holding capacity. · Provide Intumescent Material behind Edge Bands in compliance with UBC 7-2. · At All Other Doors: · Species: Manufacturer's standard Hardwood matching Door Veneer color. · Minimum Thickness: 1/2 inch · Extent of Work: Provide at Side Stiles only.

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08210-3

SECTION 08210

WOOD DOORS

08210-4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

· · · · ·

PANELED DOORS Manufacturers: Morgan, Nicolai, Nord, Simpson, or approved. AWI Manufacturing Grade: Custom Type: Stile & Rail with Inset Panels Materials: · Inset Panels: · Transparent Panels: Glass as specified in Section 08800 · Solid Panels: Rotary-cut Douglas Fir Plywood · Stiles & Rails: Mixed grain Lumber Sizes: See Door Schedule Panel Configurations: See Door Elevations

· ·

· · · · ·

FABRICATION Prepare Doors in accordance with Referenced Specifications. Bond Edge Banding to Core with Adhesive, and plane smooth before applying Face Veneers. Fabricate any Fire-rated Doors with Inner Blocking which will permit secure Hardware installation without thru-bolting. Glazing Stops: · In Fire-rated Doors, if any: Install with Manufacturer's standard Steel Stops installed with counter-sunk Screws. · In Non-fire-rated Doors, if any: Install with Manufacturer's standard Wood Stops installed with counter-sunk Screws. · Glazing Stops shall not interfere with installation of any Flat Bar Panic Devices or any Lever Handle Door Latches or Locks. Machine and hand sand exposed surfaces.

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· · · · · ·

ALLOWABLE FABRICATION TOLERANCES Thickness: 1/16 inch plus or minus. Size: 1/16 inch plus or minus; 1/32 inch for Factory-fit door. Squareness: 1/8 inch maximum difference between opposite diagonal measurements. Maximum Warp: 1/4 inch space measured from horizontal, vertical, or diagonal straight edge to point of maximum bow, cup, or twist. Maximum Stile, Rail, and Core telegraphing show-through at Door Face: 1/100 inch in any 3 inch span.

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08210-4

SECTION 08210

WOOD DOORS

08210-5

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Door Frames are correct type, accurately located and sized, square, plumb, true, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

· · ·

PREPARATION OF DOORS FOR HANGING Undercut bottom edge of Doors where and as required for Floor Covering and Threshold clearances. Fitting Doors to Frames: · At Non-fire-rated Doors: Fit for width by planing both sides of Door equally and for height by sawing. · At Fire-rated Doors: Fit for width by planing from lock-side only and for height by sawing from bottom only. · To prevent chipping, knife-cut Face Veneers before sawing. Seal job-cut surfaces with 2 coats of Waterproof Sealer compatible with Door Finish specified in Section 09900.

·

· · · ·

HANGING Position Doors flush with Frame face. Set plumb so that Door will hold any desired opening position. Install with the following Clearances: · Between Door & Frame: 1/8 inch · Between Door Bottom & Threshold: 1/4 inch · Between Door Bottom & Floor: 1/4 inch · Between Meeting Edges of pairs of Doors: 1/8 inch

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. (Cont.) 08210-5

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

SECTION 08210

WOOD DOORS

08210-6

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING (Cont.) Leave surfaces ready for Painting specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08210-6

SECTION 08300

ACCESS PANELS

08300-1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

· ·

PRODUCTS FURNISHED BUT INSTALLED AS WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Deliver Access Panels to Gypsum Board Subcontractor for installation as specified in Section 09250.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Field Painting: Section 09900

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Fabricate Hatches, where scheduled to be fire-resistive, in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories requirements. Affix UL Acceptance Label on each piece.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

(Cont.)

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08300-1

SECTION 08300

ACCESS PANELS

08300-2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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ACCESS PANELS Manufacturer: Bilco, JL Industries, Miami-Carey, Milcor, Nystrom, or approved. Material: Steel Factory-applied Finish: Rust Inhibiting Primer specified in Section 09900 Mounting Method: Satisfy conditions of use Frame Flange: Exposed Sizes: See Drawings Minimum UL Fire Resistance Ratings: See Drawings Hinges: Concealed type Locks: Metal Cam Extent of Work: Provide where shown on Drawings.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

· · · ·

EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Openings to receive Hatches are square, plumb, and accurately sized and located. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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CORROSION PROTECTION Protect contacting Dissimilar Materials against Electrolytic Corrosion.

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INSTALLATION Install Work including Hardware in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions. Accurately locate and anchor Work plumb, square, true, rigid, secure, and with proper clearances.

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08300-2

SECTION 08300

ACCESS PANELS

08300-3

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

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ADJUSTMENTS Adjust Moving Parts to operate satisfactorily at time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period.

· · · ·

PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Leave surfaces ready for Painting specified in Section 09900. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

BONAVENTURE SENIOR LIVING OF CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO

08300-3

SECTION 08460

AUTOMATIC OPERATING DOORS

08460-1

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PART 1 - GENERAL

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

· ·

EXTENT OF WORK Provide automatic operating Entrance System including adjacent Door Frames and Doors.

· · · · ·

RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Hollow Steel Entrance Systems: Section 08110 Aluminum Entrance Systems, including Entry Door Sidelight Frames: Section 08400 Glazing: Section 08800 Electric Conduit, Wiring, & connections to Automatic Operators: Div. 16

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

· ·

COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Show Motion Detector appearance, locations, and utility connections. Show Door Operator type, location, and utility connections. Show Frame material, finish, profiles, dimensions, anchors, required clearances, utility connections, and other pertinent details.

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OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS In accordance with Section 01830, submit Instructions to General Contractor for inclusion in Owner's Maintenance Manual. 08460-1

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SECTION 08460

AUTOMATIC OPERATING DOORS

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INSTALLER'S QUALIFICATIONS Employed by or acceptable to Equipment Manufacturer.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Micro-wave Motion Detectors shall conform to Federal Communications Commission Regulations. Comply with applicable requirements of US Americans with Disabilities Act.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions, modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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WARRANTY For 2 years following Project Substantial Completion date: · Warrant Motion Sensors against defects in material and workmanship. · Warrant Exterior Work to be weatherproof.

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DOORS & FRAMES Match Work specified in Section 08400.

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SECTION 08460

AUTOMATIC OPERATING DOORS

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DOOR OPERATING SYSTEM Manufacturer: Horton, or approved. Model: ______________ Type: Concealed Header Door Operation: See Drawings Activator Housing: · Type: Vandal-proof · Material: Non-corrosive · Finish: Match adjacent Frames. Required Features: · Units shall be self-contained and complete with all Accessories required for proper operation. · Operators shall permit manual Door operation with power on or off. When opened manually, Doors shall automatically close. · Doors shall automatically reverse should Obstruction interfere with Door Closing Cycle. · Breakaway emergency egress. · Operators shall perform properly when exposed to exterior weather environments including 20º F to +140º F temperature range.

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DOOR & FRAME FABRICATION Provide concealed Steel Reinforcement where indicated or required to resist Wind or other Applied Loads. Fabricate Connections as required for strength and rigidity using concealed Mechanical Fastenings wherever possible. Where not possible, welding may be used. Cut Horizontal Members between Vertical Members. Match exposed Welds with adjacent Material, free of porosity, cracks, and blow-holes. Select Materials carefully for matching Color and Texture after finishing. Fabricate Flat Surface smooth and true, and free from waves, buckles, and seams. Fabricate Edges, Corners, and Angles clean, sharp, and square. Fit Members with hairline, virtually invisible joints. Allow for expansion and contraction. Prevent Noise resulting from thermally-induced Material movement, Vibration harmonics, or Wind passage. Make Exterior Work permanently weather tight. Weep any Condensation or Migrating Moisture to exterior.

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SECTION 08460

AUTOMATIC OPERATING DOORS

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Openings to receive Operators and that Utility Rough-ins are properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions and approved Shop Drawings. Secure Work plumb, level, square, straight, and true as applicable. Make Utility connections.

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ADJUSTMENTS Adjust Moving Parts to operate satisfactorily at time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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SECTION 08560

VINYL WINDOWS

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Wood Window Trim: Section 06220 Caulking between Windows & adjacent Construction: Section 07920 Glazing: Section 08800

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OPTIONS Contractor may, at his option, factory glaze windows in accordance with Specifications Section 08800.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Comply with specifications of American Architectural Manufacturer's Association, hereinafter referred to as AAMA. Specifications can be obtained from Association at 1827 Walden Office Square; Suite 104; Schaumburg, IL 60173; (847) 303-5664.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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SHOP DRAWINGS Submit in accordance with Section 01330. Show dimensions, full size sections, section thicknesses, fabrication details, sealing methods, required clearances, anchor location, and installation details.

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SECTION 08560

VINYL WINDOWS

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SAMPLES Before fabricating Windows and in accordance with Section 01330, deliver for Architect's review and acceptance full size Sample of typical Window. Accepted Samples, in like-new condition, may be used in Project Work.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE Affix Label to each Unit indicating compliance with Referenced Specifications.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration.

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SPECIAL WARRANTY Warrant Work of this Section for 2 years against water leakage, air infiltration, finish deterioration, and faulty operation. This warranty extends 1 Year Warranty called for in General Conditions.

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WINDOWS Manufacturer: Contractor's choice Manufacturing Standard: AAMA 101 Class R Material: Extruded Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) with integral Ultra Violet Resistant Coating Color: Selected by Architect after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices Type: See Drawings Size & Shape: See Drawings Required Accessories: · Locking and Operating Hardware at Ventilating Sections of each Window. · Framed, removable, fiberglass mesh Insect Screens over Ventilating Sections of each Window.

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SECTION 08560

VINYL WINDOWS

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FASTENERS Material: Non-corrosive Size & Type: Concealed type recommended by Window Manufacturer for conditions of use

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces and Openings to receive Windows are square, plumb, rigid, accurately sized and located, free of debris, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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WINDOW INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Accurately locate and position plumb and square. Secure in Opening without distortion or stress. Secure with non-corrosive concealed Fasteners.

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ADJUSTMENTS Adjust Moving Parts to operate satisfactorily at time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed. END OF SECTION 08560-3

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Hardware for the following Items: · Roof Hatches: Section 07720 · Access Panels: Section 08300 · Automatic Operating Doors: Section 08460 · Vinyl Windows: Section 08560 · Tub Enclosures: Section 08800 · Metal Lockers: Section 10500 · Fire Extinguisher Cabinets: Section 10990 · Manufactured Casework: Section 12300 · Elevator Doors: Section 14200 · Mechanical & Electrical Equipment: Division 15 & 16 respectively The following items of Hardware: · Handrail Brackets: Section 06220 · Cabinet Hardware: Section 06410 · Metal Toilet Accessories: Section 10800 · Metal Wardrobe Rods: Section 10990 Electrical Conduit & Wiring for Electrified Hardware: Division 16

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PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS Comply with requirements specified in Section 01630. Include with Request: Specified Item, Design, Catalog Number, and Finish for each Item on which approval is being requested. Blanket approval by Manufacturer's Name only will not be given.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section. No later that 10 working days following Hardware Schedule acceptance, furnish Hardware Templates to Door and Frame Manufacturers.

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SUPPLIER'S HARDWARE SCHEDULE Submit similar to Shop Drawings in accordance with Section 01330. Organize into Hardware Sets, and indicate each Item, Opening, Door size, Door hand, Frame Material, Fire-resistance Label Rating, Keying, Material, Finish, and Manufacturer's Model Number.

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SUPPLIER'S REPRESENTATIVE Hardware Supplier shall employ AHC-certified Consultant, who shall be available for consultation with Architect and Contractor during course of Work. Supplier's Representative shall meet with Owner's Representative to prepare final Keying Schedule. Prior to Final Project Acceptance, Supplier's Representative shall: · Make 1 field inspection and notify Architect if Hardware installation complies with Manufacturers' instructions. · Instruct Owner how to properly adjust and maintain Hardware.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Conform to UL requirements for Fire-rated Openings. Conform to applicable requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act.

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CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE Prior to Substantial Completion, certify in writing that Hardware provided complies with these Specifications and approved Hardware Schedule.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Package each Item separately, and identify with Hardware Schedule Number. (Cont.) 08710-2

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DOOR HARDWARE

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PRODUCT DELIVERY (Cont.) Deliver to General Contractor for installation, in original, unopened Containers with legible Labels intact. Include Manufacturers' Installation Instructions. Include complete set of specialized Hardware Maintenance and Removal Tools necessary for Owner's use. Store where directed by Owner. Ship tagged and identified Permanent Keys and Interchangeable Cores, if any, by Registered Mail to Owner. Ship Construction Keys directly to Contractor.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Protect against theft, damage, and discoloration.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Where necessary, verify Door Openings and Field Measurements prior to fabrication. Modify Hardware where necessary to fit Door Opening. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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SPECIAL WARRANTY Warrant Closers for 10 years against faulty operation. Warrant Exit Devices and Locksets for 3 years against faulty operation.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

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MANUFACTURERS, MODELS, SIZES, & FINISHES See Schedule at end of Section.

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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LOCKS & LATCHES Permanent Core Face Finish: Match adjacent Lock or Latch finish. Strike Lip: Curved and long enough to protect Door Frame Trim. Strike Box: Manufacturer's standard type Extend fully-extended Dead Bolts and Latch Bolts into Lock Cases 3/8 inch minimum. Lever Handles, if any, shall be solid and not hollow cavity. Backset Distances from adjacent Door Edge: · 3-3/4 inches: Where any Weather-stripping or Gasketing is applied over Door Frame Stops · 2-3/4 inches: Elsewhere

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HINGES Type: Mortise

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DOOR SILENCERS Manufacturer & Model: GJ 64, Ives 20, or approved. Required Quantity per Door: · At Doors Frames equipped with Gasketing or Weatherstripping: None · Elsewhere: · At Frames for Single Doors: 3 · At Frames for Paired Doors: 4

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DOOR CLOSERS Hydraulic Fluid: · At Exterior Doors, if any: Consistent Viscosity within +120º F to -30º F Temperature Range · At Positive Pressure Doors, if any: Comply with IBC 715.3.7. Surface Type: · Mounting Location: · Away from any Corridors and Public Spaces · Unless specifically specified elsewhere, do not restrict Door swing. · Mounting Plates: · At any Parallel Arm Closers: Soffit Plate Type · Where Necessary: Drop type · Elsewhere: Surface Shoe type (Cont.) 08710-4

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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DOOR CLOSERS (Cont.) Surface Type: (Cont.) · Equip any Parallel Arm Closers with EDA (heavy duty) Arms. · Fasteners: Concealed Concealed in Head Type: · Cylinders: High strength Cast Iron · Piston & Arms: Forged Steel · Bearings: High-efficiency & low-friction · Action: Full Rack & Pinion Hydraulic Hold-open Devices: Adjust to any predetermined angle within limit of Door swing.

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DOOR STOPS In lieu of scheduled Wall Stops or Floor Stops, substitute Concealed Overhead Stays or Closers with Spring Stops, if and where: · Stops create Pedestrian or Vehicle traffic hazard. · 50%, or more, of Door width projects beyond point where Door contacts Door Stop.

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FLUSH BOLTS Size: Follow ANSI and Steel Door Institute recommendations. Furnish any Floor Bolts with Dust-proof Strikes. Equip any U.L. approved Bolts with Positive Latching and Automatic Unlocking.

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INTERIOR KEY STORAGE CABINET Manufacturer: Major Metalfab (MMF), Telkee, Yale, or approved. Type: Desk Drawer Insert Key Control Tags and Accessories: Manufacturer's standard type Capacity: All Project Keys Location: Where directed by Owner

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EXTERIOR KEY STORAGE BOX Manufacturer: Knox Co., (800) 552-5669, or approved. Brand: Knox-Box Mounting: Surface Mounting Location: Where directed by Fire Marshal 08710-5

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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FASTENERS Extent of Work: Provide all required Material & Finish: Match adjacent Hardware Types: · If and where applied to Metal: Machine Screws and Bolts · If and where applied to Wood: Full-thread Wood Screws · If and where applied to Plywood or Particle Board: Sheetmetal Screws · If and where applied to Concrete or Masonry: Machine Screws with Expansion Shields · Through-bolting: Not permitted, unless otherwise approved by Architect. Head Types: · Where Exposed: Phillips · Where Concealed: Contractor's choice

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KEYS Material: Nickel-Silver, or approved. Keying Instructions: As directed by Owner Construction Keying: · Furnish Keys with Factory-keyed Construction Cylinders. · Include 6 Construction Keys for Contractor's use. · Following construction, Hardware Supplier shall convert Locks to Owner's permanent Keying System. Stamping: · Furnish Cylinders and Keys with Visual Key Control · On plain side of Keys, stamp "Do Not Duplicate". · Do not stamp Master Keys with "M" or "Master". · Do not stamp "Bitting Numbers" on Keys.

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FABRICATION Make Hardware for prefitted Doors and Frames to Template. Send Templates, together with Hardware Schedule, to Door and Frame Manufacturers no later than 2 weeks after Hardware Schedule approval. Lock and Latch Components shall be fabricated by only 1 Manufacturer, and carry that Manufacturer's Warranty. Cut and fit any Threshold or Floor Plates to Door Frame profile and with mitered Corner Joints. Where necessary weld Multiple Pieces together to form single Unit. Fabricate Joints with straight, smooth, and hair-line Seams.

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Hardware are properly prepared, including necessary Backing. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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INSTALLATION Accurately locate, fit, and install square, plumb, and secure in accordance with Manufacturer's instructions and Templates. Mount Hardware at height shown on the following Mounting Heights Drawing. Locate any Roller Bumpers at Door top. Locate any Door Stops at Contact Point. Install any Kick Plates on push side of Door. After fitting any Mortised Hardware to Surfaces to be painted, remove and store Hardware in Original Package until Painting completion, then permanently install.

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ADJUSTMENTS At time of Project Substantial Completion and during Warranty Period, test, adjust, and where necessary, using Fine Powdered Graphite, lubricate Locks, Latches, and other Moving Parts including Lock Keyways, for smooth and easy operation. After Building Ventilation System has been balanced, Factory's Representative shall test and adjust Door Closers for: · Complete, silent, and smooth operation. · Compliance with the following: · Closing time from 70º open to 3 inches from Latch: 5 seconds · Maximum Required Door Opening Force (excluding unlatching force): · Fire-rated Doors: Least possible Force satisfying Fire Resistance Rating requirements. · Non-fire-rated Exterior Doors: 8-1/2 lbs. · Non-fire-rated Interior Doors: 5 lbs.

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Remove temporary Protective Coverings from Hardware. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

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SCHEDULE

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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SECTION 08710

DOOR HARDWARE

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SECTION 08800

GLAZING

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Hollow Steel Doors & Frames: Section 08110 Wood Doors: Section 08210 Aluminum Entrance Systems: Section 08400 Automatic Operating Doors: Section 08460 Vinyl Windows: Section 08560

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OPTIONS Contractor may, at his option, install Glazing in Field or in Factory.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATION Comply with applicable portions of: · Glazing Manual published by Flat Glass Marketing Association, hereinafter referred to as FGMA; White Lakes Professional Bldg.; 3310 Harrison; Topeka, Kansas 66611; (913) 266-7013. · Insulating Glass manufacturing and installation recommendations of Sealed Insulating Glass Mfrs. Assn, hereinafter referred to as SIGMA; 111 E. Wacker Dr.; Chicago, IL 60610; (312) 644-6610. Copies can be obtained from Association.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS Comply with Safety Glazing requirements of Building Code, Section 2406.

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SECTION 08800

GLAZING

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PRODUCT DELIVERY Schedule to coincide with glazing schedule. For each piece of Glass affix Label identifying the following: · Glass Manufacturer, quality, and thickness. · On Low-E type Insulating Glass identify Glass "U" Factor, Shading Coefficient, and Light Transmission Ratings as certified by National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). Where Labels must be removed for Glass cutting, save Labels for Architect's review. Deliver other Glazing Materials in Original Containers with Manufacturer's original legible Labels thereon.

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PRODUCT STORAGE & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Prevent Glass to Glass contact. Do not overload Structure with stored Materials. Store crated Glass in cool, dry, shady, well ventilated area, which is not subject to Sun, Rain, or other Elements. Block Crates 2 to 6 inches above Floor. Secure Crates against accidental overturning. Cover Crates with Waterproof Plastic or Canvas. Maintain sufficient air circulation under Cover to prevent Condensation within Crates.

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Do no glazing when: Air Temperature is below 40º F. Sufficient Dust is present that could impair Glazing Compound adhesion. During Wet Weather except under Cover.

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FIELD MEASUREMENTS Verify prior to fabrication. If field measurements differ slightly from Drawing dimensions modify Work as required for accurate fit. If measurements differ substantially, notify Architect prior to fabrication.

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SECTION 08800

GLAZING

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SPECIAL WARRANTY In accordance with Supplementary Conditions Section 00800, provide the following Extended Warranties: · Exterior Glazing against Air and Water Infiltration: 2 years · Insulating Glass against Edge Seal Failure: 10 years · Mirrors against De-silvering: 5 years

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APPROVED GLASS MANUFACTURERS Cardinal Glass, hereinafter called CG. Ford Glass, hereinafter called FG. Guardian Glass, hereinafter called GG. Hordis Bros., hereinafter called HB. Libbey, Owens, Ford, hereinafter called LOF. Pilkington, hereinafter called PILK Pittsburgh Plate Glass, hereinafter called PPG. Saint-Gobain, hereinafter called SG. Other Manufacturers may be approved by request in accordance with Section 01630.

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GLASS-GENERAL Color & Pattern: All Glass shall be clear and smooth, unless otherwise specified herein. Thickness: Follow Building Code requirements.

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FLOAT GLASS Approved Manufacturers: FG, GG, LOF, PILK, PPG, SG, or approved. Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-1036 Quality: Glazing Select

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GLAZING

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WIRE GLASS Manufacturer & Brand: SG Nuweld, HB Polished Misco, or approved. Wire Pattern: Square Wire Direction: Diagonal

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TEMPERED GLASS Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-1048 Safety Performance Standard: CPSC 16-CFR-1201-C11 Glass Type & Thickness: As specified above Extent of Work: See Glazing Schedule at end of Section.

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INSULATING GLASS Manufacturing Standard: SIGMA CBA Edge Material: Sealant conforming to ASTM E-6-P3 Assembly Type: Low-E National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) Certified Performance Requirements: · Maximum Summer "U" Value: 0.35 · Maximum Shading Coefficient: _____ · Minimum Light Transmission: ____ Glass Layers: 2 Glass Type: · Exterior Sheet: Float Glass · Interior Sheet: Float Glass

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SETTING BLOCKS Material: EPDM or Neoprene Rubber, unless otherwise required for compatibility with Glazing Compound and Sealant. Shore A Durometer Hardness: 80-90 Width: 1/8 inch wider than Glass Unit to be supported and 1/16 to 1/8 inch narrower than Glazing Pocket Length: Sufficient to support Glass Unit without excessive pressure on Glass edge

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SECTION 08800

GLAZING

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GLAZING COMPOUND Manufacturer: Dow, G.E., Gibson-Homans, 3-M, Sonneborn, or approved. Material: · For Insulating Glass: · Compatible with Glass Edge Sealant and recommended by Insulating Glass Fabricator for conditions of use. · For Factory-glazed Units: · Unit Manufacturer's standard Glazing Compound · For Field-glazed Units: · At Vinyl Windows: Closed Cell Tape Bedding with Silicone Compound · At Hollow Steelwork: Closed Cell Tape Bedding with Silicone Compound · At Aluminum Entrance Sections: Neoprene or Vinyl Extruded Bead recommended by Section Manufacturer · At Woodwork: Closed Cell Tape Bedding with Acrylic Latex Compound

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MIRRORS Mirror Glass: · Glass Type: Float · Glass Thickness: 1/4 inch · Quality: No. 1 · Silvering: Standard · Backing: Copper protected by Paint or Varnish Back Covering: Painted Steel or Hardboard Frames: · Material: Extruded Aluminum · Finish: Anodic · Color: Natural · Approximate Face Width: 1/2 inch · Corners: Square and mitered Size: See Drawings

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SPLASH STRIPS Manufacturer & Model: Prostripe M105, or approved. Provide at Joints between Flooring and adjacent Bath Tub s & Shower Receptors.

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08800-5

SECTION 08800

GLAZING

08800-6

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Openings to be glazed are accurately sized, shaped and located, and free of Fasteners and other Projections which will interfere with glazing. Verify that Weep System is open. Verify that Glazing Surfaces are free of Moisture, Dirt, Grease, Oil, or other Deleterious Material. Verify that any Steel or Wood Glazing Rabbets and any contacting Dissimilar Materials are painted. Verify that Surfaces to receive Mirrors are structurally sound and capable of supporting Mirrors. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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PREPARATION WORK Prior to glazing, clean, dry, and remove any Protective Coatings from Glass and from Surfaces to be glazed.

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GLASS INSTALLATION General: · Follow Referenced Specifications and Manufacturer's instructions. · Allow for Glass expansion and contraction. · Do not impact Glass against Framing. · Install Glass with Setting Blocks placed at Sill quarter points. · Do not set any Glass Flares or Bevels adjacent to Setting Blocks. · Install any Glass Surface Waves running horizontal. · Shift Glass with Suction Cups; do not use Pry Bar. · Remove Identity Labels immediately after installation; save for Architect's review. Tempered Glass: · Take particular care to prevent Glass-edge damage. Insulating Glass: · Follow Glazing Specification for Sealed Insulating Glass Units, SIGMA No. 70-7-1. 08800-6

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SECTION 08800

GLAZING

08800-7

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MIRROR INSTALLATION Install Mirrors plumb, level, after Finish Painting is completed, and with open Ventilation Space behind Mirror. Secure to Backing with concealed Mechanical Fasteners, where possible, or with Adhesive which will not damage Mirror Silvering.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Remove excess Glazing Compound from Glazing and adjacent Surfaces. Final Glass Cleaning: Specified in Section 01740. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed. Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section.

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PROTECTING COMPLETED WORK Protect installed Glazing against breakage and staining. Identify Glazed Areas with Streamers hanging from Framing. Do not apply directly to Glass. Notify General Contractor to prohibit Material storage close enough to Glass to create sufficient Heat Trap to cause Glass breakage.

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GLAZING SCHEDULE Provide specified Glass in the following locations: · Exterior Glazing: · In Doors: Float Glass · Elsewhere: Insulating Glass · Interior Glazing: · In Doors: Wire Glass · Where located on Drawings: Mirrors · Elsewhere: Float Glass Except at Wire Glass, temper any Exterior or Interior Glass where so stipulated by Building Code Sec. 2406, and elsewhere shown on Drawings or Schedules.

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SECTION 09100

STEEL CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEM

09100-1

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Steel Framing to receive suspended Gypsum Board Ceilings.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Wood Framing Systems: Section 06100 Gypsum Board: Section 09250 Metal Suspension System for Acoustic Tile: Section 09500

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OPTIONS Contractor may, at his option, substitute Drywall Ceiling Suspension Systems by Armstrong, Donn, USG, or approved, in lieu of Ceiling Suspension System specified herein.

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS General: · Conform to Referenced Specifications hereinafter named, as Architect judges them applicable, and as modified and supplemented herein. · Recommended materials and methods are mandatory; those proposed as equivalent by Contractor must be accepted by Architect. · Metal Framing and Furring for Gypsum Board: · Installation of Steel Framing Members to receive Screw-attached Gypsum Wallboard, Backing Board, or Water-resistant Backing Board; ASTM C-754. Exceptions: · Provide Items not covered by above Standards, or herein, in accordance with Manufacturer's directions. 09100-1

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SECTION 09100

STEEL CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEM

09100-2

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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BUILDING CODE If and where Fire-rated Ceilings are noted, construct to obtain Code-required Rating. Submit to Architect certification that Ceiling System complies with Seismic Loading requirements of Building Code and that System is acceptable to Building Official.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect Metal Materials against rust and other damage. Do not distort Members. Do not overload Structure with stored Products.

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MANUFACTURERS Angeles, Cemco, Steeler, Steel Systems, Western, or approved.

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FRAMING & FURRING CHANNELS Material: Steel Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-645 Class B Size: See Referenced Specifications Shape: Channel Metal Finish: Electrogalvanize in accordance with ASTM A-591 class B Minimum Metal Thickness: 25 ga.

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FURRING ACCESSORIES Type: Contractor's choice Provide as indicated or required for complete installation.

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09100-2

SECTION 09100

STEEL CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEM

09100-3

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TIE WIRE Material: Galvanized Steel Wire Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. QQ-W-461 Minimum Wire Size: 16 ga.

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HANGING WIRE Material: Galvanized Steel Wire Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. QQ-W-461 Minimum Wire Size: 9 ga.

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FASTENERS & ATTACHMENT DEVICES Made or recommended by Accessory Manufacturer. Provide all required for complete installation.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Structures and Surfaces to receive Work specified herein are straight, true, plumb, square, secure, rigid, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section.

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GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS Follow Referenced Specifications and Manufacturer's instructions, except as modified hereunder.

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09100-3

SECTION 09100

STEEL CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEM

09100-4

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SUSPENDED CEILING FRAMING INSTALLATION Follow Referenced Specifications, except as otherwise specified herein. Provide Runner Channels within 6 inches of Walls and other Ceiling interruptions. Where Mechanical and Electrical Equipment interfere with regular spacing of Hangers provide additional Hangers and Channels, and make necessary adjustments in Ceiling construction. Do not attach or pass Hangers through Ducts. Provide Framing around any recessed Light Fixtures, Expansion Joints, or other Ceiling Openings.

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TYING FRAMING & FURRING MEMBERS Material: Double-strand Tie Wire Splicing: Double-wrap tie Horizontal Stiffeners to Channel Brackets: Figure-eight tie Framing Members perpendicular to each other: Saddle tie

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ALLOWABLE INSTALLATION TOLERANCES Maximum Deviation from: · Specified Member Spacing: Plus or minus 1/8 inch · True & Level where applicable: 1/8 inch per 10 ft.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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09100-4

SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-1

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK Where Spaces are scheduled to receive Gypsum Board, include any Closets or Alcoves opening off these Spaces, and any Pilasters within Spaces, unless otherwise shown on Drawings.

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PRODUCTS INSTALLED, BUT FURNISHED UNDER OTHER SECTIONS Access Panels: Section 08300

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Wood Framing: Section 06100 Steel Ceiling Suspension Systems: Section 09100 Sound Attenuation Batts: Section 09500 Surface Sealing & Finish Painting of Gypsum Board: Section 09900

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS General: · Conform to Referenced Specifications hereinafter named, as Architect judges them applicable, and as modified and supplemented herein. · Recommended materials and methods are mandatory; those proposed as equivalent by Contractor must be accepted by Architect. Metal Furring Installation: · Comply with applicable requirements specified in ASTM C-754. Gypsum Board Application & Finishing: · Standard Specifications for the Application and Finishing of Gypsum Board, ASTM Document C-840. 09250-1

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SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-2

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section.

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REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS If and where Fire-rated Partitions or Ceilings are called for on Drawings, construct to obtain specified Rating.

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FIELD MOCK UP Build Sample Panel at least 4x8 ft. size, where approved. Show typical Joint and Surface treatment, Corners, and Board termination against other Materials. Obtain Architect's review before proceeding. Accepted Sample, in like-new condition, may be used as part of Contract Work.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Deliver Products to Site with Manufacturer's original, legible Labels intact. Identify Fire-rated Materials with Testing Agency Label. Indicate Adhesive "open time" on Container Label. Protect Gypsum Material against moisture and Metal Materials against rust. Stack Gypsum Board on edge; do not stack flat or with longer lengths overhanging shorter lengths. Do not overload Building Structure with stockpiled Materials.

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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Perform Work only under the following conditions: · Air Temperature for 24 hours before and during Work, and for 24 hours after Materials have dried: 55º F to 75º F · Minimum Work Space Illumination measured 3 ft. above adjacent Floor: 30 ft. candles · Ventilation: Maintain sufficient for proper Joint Treatment drying.

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09250-2

SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-3

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MANUFACTURERS Metal Products: Angeles, Beadex, Steeler, Steel Systems, US Gypsum, Western, or approved. Gypsum Products: Celotex, G.P., Gypsum, Gold Bond, James Hardie, Manville, National Gypsum, US Gypsum, or approved. Other Products: As specified hereunder.

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METAL FURRING Material: Steel Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-645 Size: See Referenced Specifications Shape: Channel Metal Finish: G-60 hot-dip galvanize in accordance with ASTM A-525 Minimum Metal Thickness: 25 ga.

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FURRING ACCESSORIES Type: Contractor's choice Provide as indicated or required for complete installation.

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RESILIENT CHANNELS Type: Similar to U.S. Gypsum RC-1 Extent of Work: Provide at the following locations: · Underside of Framing Joists at 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Level Residential Unit Ceilings · One face of Framing Studs at Residential Party Walls and elsewhere scheduled

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GYPSUM BOARD Thickness: · 5/8 inch, unless otherwise required for Code-compliance. Backer Board: · Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-442 type X · Edges: Square or T&G · Extent of Work: Use as base layer for other Finish Materials, except where Water-resistant Board is called for. (Cont.) 09250-3

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SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

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GYPSUM BOARD (Cont.) Water-resistant Board: · Type: Asphalt-impregnated · Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-630 type X · Extent of Work: Provide in Kitchen, Bath Room, Shower Room, and Laundry Room Areas; and elsewhere within 3 ft. of Sinks. Core Board: · Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-442 · Thickness: 1 inch · Edges: V or T&G · Type: Mildew and Mold resistant · Extent of Work: Provide if, and where, required at Fire-rated Shaft Wall Assemblies. All Other Board: · Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-36 type X · Edges: Tapered

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FASTENERS Material: Steel Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-646 Type & Length: Screws recommended by Board Manufacturer to satisfy conditions of use.

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METAL TRIM At External Corners at Closet Walls & Window Openings: · Manufacturer & Model: Similar to USG Dura-Bead 800 · Type: Square corner At Other External Corners: · Manufacturer & Brand: CSR Beadex Softline SLOC NXW, or approved. · Type: Extra-wide Nail-on Bullnose · Radius Size: 3/4 inch At Exposed Gypsum Board Edges & where Gypsum Board abuts other Materials: Similar to U.S. Gypsum Casing Bead 200-B Control Joints: Similar to U.S. Gypsum 093

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09250-4

SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

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JOINT TAPE & COMPOUND Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Manufacturing Standard: ASTM C-475 Type: Satisfy conditions of use.

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LAMINATING ADHESIVE Made or recommended by Board Manufacturer.

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SPRAY TEXTURE COMPOUND Manufacturer & Brand: U.S. Gypsum Spray Texture Finish, or approved. Extent of Work: Provide at Gypsum Board surfaces scheduled to receive Paint finish.

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ACOUSTIC SEALANT Manufacturer & Brand: Pecora BA 98, Tremco, Miracle 21, U.S. Gypsum, or approved. Extent of Work: Provide at the following locations: · At 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Level Residential Unit Ceilings · At Residential Party Walls and other Sound Walls

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WATER RESISTANT SEALANT Manufacturer: G.E., Dow, or approved. Material: Silicone with Mildew Inhibiter Manufacturing Standard: Fed. Spec. TT-S-001543 Type: Satisfy conditions of use Color: Clear translucent

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OTHER MATERIALS Made or recommended by Gypsum Board Manufacturer. Provide all indicated or required for complete installation.

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09250-5

SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-6

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EXISTING CONDITIONS Verify that Surfaces to receive Gypsum Board are accurately located, plumb, square, true, secure, dry, and otherwise properly prepared. Prior to starting Work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction. Do not start Work until conditions are satisfactory.

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PROTECTING WORK OF OTHER SECTIONS Protect against damage and discoloration caused by Work of this Section. To prevent damage to Electrical Wiring, accurately cut openings in Board for Electrical Boxes prior to installing Board. Do not make Openings with Router after Board installation.

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GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS Follow Referenced Specifications and Manufacturer's instructions, except as supplemented or modified herein.

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RESILIENT CHANNEL INSTALLATION: Install perpendicular to Framing Members, and with "resilient" leg facing upward at Walls. Spacing: · At Wall Studs & Ceiling Joists spaced 16 inches o.c.: 24 inches o.c. · At Wall Studs & Ceiling Joists spaced 24 inches o.c.: 16 inches o.c. Secure with Screws.

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METAL ACCESS PANEL INSTALLATION Follow Manufacturer's instructions. Accurately locate and securely anchor plumb, level, square, and true.

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ACOUSTIC SEALANT INSTALLATION Apply Sealant around Electrical Boxes, Pipes, etc., located in or passing through Party Walls, Sound Walls, and Sound Ceilings. (Cont.) 09250-6

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SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-7

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ACOUSTIC SEALANT INSTALLATION (Cont.) Prior to installing Gypsum Board, provide Acoustic Sealant around Residential Party and Sound Wall Perimeters in Angle between Walls, Floor, and Ceiling; press Board into Sealant forming bond between Framing Member face and backside of Board. Provide in Joints between Residential Party and Sound Walls and other adjacent Materials. Permit no Voids for sound passage.

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GYPSUM BOARD INSTALLATION Install Wallboard horizontally, and extend to within 1/4 inch of Floor. Loosely butt Joints. Except at Corners, place Tapered Edges together. Do not place Butt Edges against Tapered Edges. Where possible apply Boards without Butt Joints. Where Butt Joints are necessary, locate as far from Wall and Ceiling centers as possible and stagger, including Joints on opposite face of Partitions. Maintain 3/8 inch minimum distance between Fastener and Board Edge. Dimple Board Surface 1/32 inch with Fastener; do not fracture Face Paper. Secure Single-ply Boards and Base Layer of 2-ply Assemblies to Framing as follows: · At Wood Wall Framing: Screw at 7 inch o.c. along each Support. · At Wood Ceiling Framing: Screw at 6 inch o.c. along each Support. · At Metal Wall Furring: Screw at 8 inch o.c. along Board perimeter and at 12 inch o.c. at Intermediate Supports. · At Metal Ceiling Furring: Screw at 8 inch o.c. along each Support. · Board may, at Contractor's option, be secured to Wall and Ceiling Framing with Adhesive if also screwed to Wall Supports at 16 inch o.c. and to Ceiling Supports at 12 inches o.c. Secure Face Layer of 2-ply Assemblies to Base Layer as follows: · Install Screws long enough to penetrate Wood Framing at least 5/8 inch and Metal Furring at least 1/4 inch and, space 12 inches o.c. along each Supporting Member, or · Apply Full Adhesive covering between plies. Until Adhesive develops full bond, temporarily support Wall Face Layer in position with Fasteners or Shoring and permanently support Ceiling Face Layer with Fasteners. Shaft Wall: · General: Fit within available space, and at Contractor's option either Solid or Cavity type. · Minimum UL Fire Resistance Rating: 1 hour · Elevator Shafts: Capable of resisting Air Pressures caused by Elevator travel. (Cont.) 09250-7

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SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

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GYPSUM BOARD INSTALLATION (Cont.) Provide Gypsum Board or fire-rated Acoustic Tile Hood over top of any recessed Lighting Fixtures which penetrate Fire-rated Gypsum Board Ceilings. Match adjacent Ceiling Fire-resistance Rating.

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CONTROL JOINTS Provide Control Joints, unless otherwise shown on Drawings, as follows: · If and where Framing changes direction · Over Joints between dissimilar Substrates · Where necessary to divide Gypsum Board into areas not exceeding: · 2-1/2 to 1 length to height Ratio · 30 ft. o.c. · Elsewhere shown on Drawings

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ALLOWABLE INSTALLATION TOLERANCES Maximum Ceiling Deflection: 1/360 of span. Maximum Deviation from True Plane: 1/8 inch per 10 ft. and 1/16 inch in any running ft.

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JOINT, CORNER, & SURFACE TREATMENT Protect External Corners and Exposed Edges with Metal Trim. Except at Attic Draft Stops and Backer Board, fill Board Joints, Internal Corners and Angles, Fastener Head Depressions, and Accessories as follows: · At interior face of Elevator Shaft Walls: · Embed Tape in Joint Compound. · Remove excess Compound. · Tool Marks and Ridges will be acceptable. · At Gypsum Board where scheduled to receive Quarry Tile Wall Base: · Embed Tape in Joint Compound plus 1 additional coat of Compound. · Remove excess Compound. · Tool Marks and Ridges will be acceptable. · At all other Gypsum Board: · Embed Tape in Joint Compound plus 3 additional coats of Compound. · Remove Tool Marks, Ridges, and excess Compound.

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09250-8

SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-9

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WATER RESISTANT SEALANT Provide at Raw Edges and around Cutouts in Water-resistant Gypsum Board.

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SURFACE TEXTURE At Surfaces to be Painted: · Spray-apply Texture Compound to produce fine-spray Texture Finish in accordance with approved Mock Up. · Apply Compound after Joints are taped and dry, and after Painter-provided Surface Sealer is applied and dry. · Follow Manufacturer's instructions. At all other Gypsum Board: · Leave smooth without Texture.

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GYPSUM BOARD REPAIRING General: · After installation and before finishing, correct any Surface Damage or Defects. · Leave Surfaces clean, uniform, and ready for Finishing specified in other Sections. Screw Pop: · Repair by installing new Screw approximately 1-1/2 inch away from Projecting Screw and reset Projecting Screw. · Where Face Paper is fractured install new Fastener approximately 1-1/2 inch away from Projecting Screw and remove Projecting Screw. · Fill Damaged Surface with Joint Compound and finish flush and smooth. Ridging: · Sand Ridges smooth without cutting Joint Tape. · Fill Concave Areas on both sides of Ridge with Compound and finish flush and smooth. Cracks: · Fill with Joint Compound and finish flush and smooth.

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PRODUCT CLEANING & OTHER REPAIRING Including Work of other Trades, clean, repair and touch-up, or replace when directed, Products which have been soiled, discolored, or damaged by Work of this Section. (Cont.) 09250-9

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SECTION 09250

GYPSUM BOARD

09250-10

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PRODUCT CLEANING & OTHER REPAIRING (Cont.) Remove excess Joint Compound and any other Finishing Compounds from Floors and other Surfaces. Broom-clean Work areas. Leave Surface ready for Finishing specified in other Sections. Remove Debris from Project Site upon Work completion, or sooner if directed.

END OF SECTION

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09250-10

SECTION 09310

CERAMIC & QUARRY TILE

09310-1

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CONTRACT CONDITIONS Work of this Section is bound by the Contract Conditions and Division 1, bound herewith, in addition to this Specification and accompanying Drawings.

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EXTENT OF WORK, unless otherwise shown on Drawings Where Tile Base is scheduled, provide Tile around entire perimeter of Room or Space, including free-standing Columns and Pilasters, if any. Tile not required where concealed under or behind permanently built-in Cabinets or Equipment.

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RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS Exterior Brick Paving: Section 02780 Concrete to receive Tile: Section 03300 Wood Framing to receive Tile Backing Board: Section 06100 Gypsum Board Backing to receive Tile: Section 09250

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ALTERNATES Refer to Section 01200 for possible effect upon Work of this Section.

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REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS Tile Manufacture: · Conform to American National Standards Institute Specification ANSI A-137.1 as Architect judges it applicable, and as supplemented and modified herein. Referenced Specifications can be obtained from Institute at 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018; (212) 354-3300. Tile Installation: · Conform to Tile Council of America (TCA) Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation as Architect judges it applicable, and as supplemented and modified herein. Handbook can be obtained from Council at Box 1787; Clemson, SC 29633-1787.

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COORDINATION Coordinate with other Trades affecting or affected by Work of this Section. 09310-1

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SECTION 09310

CERAMIC & QUARRY TILE

09310-2

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SAMPLES Prior to ordering and in accordance with Section 01330, submit the following: · One Panel at least 12 inches square showing each Tile type and color. · One piece of each color, type, and shape of Trim Shapes. · One Edging Strip at least 12 inches long.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, & HANDLING Protect against damage and discoloration. Deliver in Manufacturer's original, unopened Containers with legible Labels intact. Attach Grade Label to each Container in accordance with TCA 137.1.

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WORK SPACE TEMPERATURE & ILLUMINATION Refer to Section 01500 for Temporary Enclosures, Heat, and Illumination. Set and grout Tile only when Ambient Temperature is at least 50º F and rising. Perform work under at least 30 ft. candles Illumination measured 3 ft. above adjacent Floor. Notify Contractor, if necessary, to provide additional light.

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EXTRA STOCK Submit 1 unopened Case of each color and type of Tile. Store on Project Premises where directed by Owner.

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GYPSUM BOARD SEALER Manufacturer & Brand: Miracle Ceramic Tile Primer, 3M CTA 50 Primer, or approved; or at Contractor's option Tile Adhesive recommended by Tile Manufacturer. Extent of Work: Provide over Gypsum Board Surfaces to receive Tile.

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BACKING BOARD Manufacturer & Brand: · If and where Curved: National Gypsum PermaBase Flex, or approved. · Elsewhere: Custom Building Products Wonderboard, FinPan Util-A-Crete, G-P Dens-Shield, Hardie Backerboard, National Gypsum PermaBase, USG Durock, or approved. Material: Glass-mesh reinforced Cement Board Thickness: 1/4 inch Fasteners: Screws, and where necessary Washers, recommended by Board Manufacturer. Joint Reinforcement Tape: 2 inch wide Vinyl-coated Fiberglass Mesh Extent of Work: Provide over Floor Sheathing where schedule to receive Tile.

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CRACK BRIDGING MEMBRANE Manufacturer & Brand: Contractor's choice Material: Elastomeric Membrane satisfying conditions of use, and capable of bridging open Cracks and Joints without inducing stress onto Tile. Extent of Work: Provide over open Cracks and Joints in Substrates to receive Thin-set Tile.

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TILE-GENERAL Manufacturing Standard: ANSI 137.1 Grade: Standard (no Seconds accepted). Color & Pattern: · Selected by Architect after Contract award from Manufacturer's standard choices. · Manufacturers listed below are approved provided they can supply Tile that match selected Color and Pattern to Architect's satisfaction.

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CERAMIC FLOOR TILE Manufacturer: American Olean, Buchtal, Dal-Tile, Thompson, U.S. Ceramic, or approved. Finish: Matte-gloss Glaze Edge: Cushion Approximate Thickness: 5/16 inch Nominal Face Size: 12x12 inches Layout Pattern: Straight Line 09310-3

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