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6031 FAIRBURN RD, DOUGLASVILLE, GA 30134

CVS STORE NO. 00154

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6031 FAIRBURN ROAD

DOUGLASVILLE, GA 30134

CS

G1

COVER SHEET

SPECIFICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

ARCHITECTURAL

AS1

AS2

AS3

ARCHITECTURAL ENLARGED SITE PLANS

PLAN

ARCHITECTURAL SITE DETAILS

A

#

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{CENTERLINE OF COLUMN}

{NOTE TAG REFERENCING GENERAL NOTES ON PLANS}

{DOOR NUMBER

RE: DOOR SCHEDULE}

{PROJECT DESCRIPTION

}SCOPE OF WORK CONSISTS OF EXTERIOR SITE IMPROVEMENTS ONLY TO IMPROVE ACCESSIBILITY IN

COMPLIANCE WITH ADA ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES AND GEORGIA ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS. (NO

INTERIOR WORK.)

{USE GROUP (M) MERCANTILE

}NO CHANGE IN USE GROUP

{CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION VB

}NO CHANGE IN CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

{BUILDING EGRESS AND EXIT REQUIREMENTS

}NO CHANGE IN OCCUPANCY LOADS

XXX

{ELEVATION MARK}

{ACCESSIBILITY

}ALL NEW AREAS OF WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES.

{PARCEL NUMBER/PROPERTY ID

}0051015C010{

}

{SITE LOCATION}

XX

{ENLARGED PLAN DETAIL MARK}

PROJECT INFORMATION

The building shall be in compliance with the following:

2006 International Building Code w/2010 GA Amendments

2009 International Energy Conservation Code w/2012 GA Amendments

2006 International Fire Code w/2010 GA Amendments

2011 National Electric Code w/2009 GA Amendments

2006 International Mechanical Code w/2012 GA Amendments

2008 National Green Building Standard w/2011 GA Amendments

2006 International Plumbing Code w/ 2012 GA Amendments

2008 International Fuel Gas Code w/2012 GA Amendments

2006 International Existing Building Code w/ 2009 GA Amendments 2006 International Property Maintenance Code w/2009 GA Amendments

2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design

TEAM MEMBERS

ARCHITECT:

CVS

PROJECT

MANAGER:

CVS

PLANNING

MANAGER:

NORR (PARTNERSHIP)

719 GRISWOLD ST.

SUITE 1000

DETROIT, MI 48226

CVS/PHARMACY, INC.

821 ATLANTA ST

ST. ROSWELL, GA 30075

CVS/PHARMACY, INC.

1 CVS DRIVE

WOONSOCKET, RI 02895

JOHN POLSINELLI

CONTACT: AMY NONHOF

TEL: (313) 324-3129

FAX: (313) 324-3111

STEVE HULLIHEN

TEL: (678) 461-3025

FAX: (401) 652-1088

BRIGITTE BERUBE

TEL: (401) 770-4891

FAX: (401) 216-3363

ELECTRICAL

ENGINEER:

MECHANICAL/

PLUMBING

ENGINEER:

STRUCTURAL

ENGINEER:

N/A

N/A

N/A

XXX

{SECTION MARK

'SIM' - SIMILAR

'0H' - OPPOSITE HAND}

{NOTES REGARDING ACCESSIBILITY UPGRADES AND IBC 2006

}PER THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2006 CHAPTER 34, EXISTING STRUCTURES, SECTION 3409 ACCESSIBILITY FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS, 3409.7 ALTERATIONS AFFECTING AN AREA CONTAINING A PRIMARY FUNCTION.

WHERE AN ALTERATION AFFECTS THE ACCESSIBILITY TO, OR CONTAINS AN AREA OF PRIMARY FUNCTION, THE ROUTE TO THE PRIMARY FUNCTION AREA SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE. THE ACCESSIBLE ROUTE TO THE PRIMARY

FUNCTION AREA SHALL INCLUDE TOILET FACILITIES OR DRINKING FOUNTAINS SERVING THE AREA OF PRIMARY FUNCTION.

EXCEPTIONS:

4. THIS PROVISION DOES NOT APPLY TO ALTERATIONS UNDERTAKEN FOR THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF INCREASING THE ACCESSIBILITY OF AN EXISTING BUILDING, FACILITY OR ELEMENT.

{NOTES REGARDING ACCESSIBILITY UPGRADES AND 2010 ADA STANDARDS

PER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT TITLE III REGULATIONS "SECTION 36.304 REMOVAL OF BARRIERS, (A) GENERAL. A PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION SHALL REMOVE ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS IN EXISTING

FACILITIES, INCLUDING COMMUNICATION BARRIERS THAT ARE STRUCTURAL IN NATURE, WHERE SUCH REMOVAL IS READILY ACHIEVABLE, I.E., EASILY ACCOMPLISHABLE AND ABLE TO BE CARRIED OUT

WITHOUT MUCH DIFFICULTY OR EXPENSE."

THIS PROJECT IS LIMITED TO BARRIER REMOVAL ONLY AS REQUIRED BY THE ADA TITLE III REGULATIONS SECTION 36.304 REMOVAL OF BARRIERS.

(d) RELATIONSHIP TO ALTERATIONS REQUIREMENTS OF SUBPART D OF THIS PART.

(1) EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH (D)(3) OF THIS SECTION, MEASURES TAKEN TO COMPLY WITH THE BARRIER REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS OF THIS SECTION SHALL COMPLY WITH THE APPLICABLE

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALTERATIONS IN PARAGRAPH 36.402 AND PARAGRAPHS 36.404-36.406 OF THIS PART FOR THE ELEMENT BEING ALTERED. THE PATH OF TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 36.403

SHALL NOT APPLY TO MEASURES TAKEN SOLELY TO COMPLY WITH THE BARRIER REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS OF THIS SECTION.

(2)(i) SAFE HARBOR. ELEMENTS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN ALTERED IN EXISTING FACILITIES ON OR AFTER MARCH 15, 2012, AND THAT COMPLY WITH THE CORRESPONDING TECHNICAL AND SCOPING

SPECIFICATIONS FOR THOSE ELEMENTS IN THE 1991 STANDARDS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE MODIFIED IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE 2010 STANDARDS.

(ii)(A) BEFORE MARCH 15, 2012, ELEMENTS IN EXISTING FACILITIES THAT DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE CORRESPONDING TECHNICAL AND SCOPING SPECIFICATIONS FOR THOSE ELEMENTS IN THE 1991

STANDARDS MUST BE MODIFIED TO THE EXTENT READILY ACHIEVABLE TO COMPLY WITH EITHER THE 1991 STANDARDS OR THE 2010 STANDARDS. NONCOMPLYING NEWLY CONSTRUCTED AND ALTERED

ELEMENTS MAY ALSO BE SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH36.405(A)(5).

(ii)(B) ON OR AFTER MARCH 15, 2012, ELEMENTS IN EXISTING FACILITIES THAT DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE CORRESPONDING TECHNICAL AND SCOPING SPECIFICATIONS FOR THOSE ELEMENTS IN THE 1991

STANDARDS MUST BE MODIFIED TO THE EXTENT READILY ACHIEVABLE TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE 2010 STANDARDS. NONCOMPLYING NEWLY CONSTRUCTED AND ALTERED

ELEMENTS MAY ALSO BE SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 36.406(A)(5).

(3) IF, AS A RESULT OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE ALTERATIONS REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN PARAGRAPH(D)(1) OF THIS SECTION, THE MEASURES REQUIRED TO REMOVE A BARRIER WOULD NOT BE READILY

ACHIEVABLE, A PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION MAY TAKE OTHER READILY ACHIEVABLE MEASURES TO REMOVE THE BARRIER THAT DO NOT FULLY COMPLY WITH THE SPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS. SUCH MEASURES

INCLUDE, FOR EXAMPLE, PROVIDING A RAMP WITH A STEEPER SLOPE OR WIDENING A DOORWAY TO A NARROWER WIDTH THAN THAT MANDATED BY THE ALTERATIONS REQUIREMENTS. NO MEASURE SHALL

BE TAKEN, HOWEVER, THAT POSES A SIGNIFICANT RISK TO THE HEALTH OR SAFETY OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES OR OTHERS.}

LANDLORD:

CVS/PHARMACY, INC.

1 CVS DRIVE

WOONSOCKET, RI 02895

BRIGITTE BERUBE

TEL: (401) 770-4891

FAX: (401) 216-3363

CIVIL

ENGINEER:

N/A

CONTRACTOR:

TO BE DETERMINED

ABBREVIATIONS

AB

A/C

AC

ACI

ACCESS

ADA

ADD'L

ADJ

AFF

AFP

ALUM

AMP

ARCH

ASHRAE

ASTM

AVG

BC

BLDG

BM

BOTT

BTU

BOF

BRG

BET

CF

CERTS

CFM

CKT

C

CLG

CLR

CMU

CO

COL

CONC

CONT

COORD

CR

CJ

CTR

CV

CW

DBL

DC

ANCHOR BOLT

AIR CONDITIONING

ALTERNATING CURRENT

AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE

ACCESSORIES

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES

ACT

ADDITIONAL

ADJUSTABLE

ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR

ABOVE FINISHED PLATFORM

ALUMINUM

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TESTING

AND MATERIALS

AVERAGE

BUILDING CONTRACTOR

BUILDING

BEAM

BOTTOM

BRITISH THERMAL UNIT

BOTTOM OF FOOTING

BEARING

BETWEEN

CUBIC FEET

CERTIFICATES

CUBIC FEET PER MINUTE

CIRCUIT

CENTERLINE

CEILING

CLEAR OR CLEARANCE

CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT

CLEANOUT

COLUMN

CONCRETE, CONCENTRIC

CONTINUOUS, CONTINUATION

COORDINATE

CONDENSATE RETURN

CONTROL JOINT

CENTER

CHECK VALVE

COLD WATER

DOUBLE

A

AMPERE, AMPS

ARCHITECT, ARCHITECTURAL

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING,

REFRIGERATION AND AIR

CONDITIONING ENGINEERS

B

C

D

DIRECT CURRENT

DEG

DGG

DIA

DIM

DL

DN

DS

DTL

EA

EC

EF

EJ

FA

FCO

FD

FIN

(ABBREVIATIONS SHOWN ARE NOT NECESSARILY USED ON THE DRAWINGS)

DEFS

DWGS

ELEV

EIFS

ELEC

EMBED

EMP

EMS

ENCL

ENT

EQ

EQUIP

EXGR

EXH

EXP

EXIST

EXT

EW

EWC

FACP

FIXT

FDN

FLG

FTG

FS

FF

FLR

FLUOR

FR

FT

FRP

DEGREES

DIRECT-APPLIED EXTERIOR FINISH SYSTEM

DENS-GLASS GOLD

DIAMETER

DIMENSION

DEAD LOAD

DOWN

DOWNSPOUT

DETAIL

DRAWINGS

EACH

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

EXHAUST FAN

EXPANSION JOINT

ELEVATION

EXTERIOR INSULATION AND

ELECTRICAL

EMBEDMENT

EMPLOYEE

ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

ENCLOSURE

ENTRY, ENTRANCE

EQUAL

EQUIPMENT

EXTERIOR GRADE

EXHAUST

EXPANSION

EXISTING

EXTERNAL, EXTERIOR

EACH WAY

ELECTRIC WATER COOLER

FIRE ALARM

FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL

FLOOR CLEANOUT

FIRE DAMPER, FLOOR DRAIN

FINISH (ED)

FIXTURE

FOUNDATION

FLANGE

FOOTING

FAR SIDE

D

E

F

FINISHED FLOOR

FLOOR

FLUORESCENT

(CONTINUED)

FINISH SYSTEM

FIRE-RETARDENT-TREATED

MATERIALS

FOOT, FEET

FIBERGLASS REINFORCED PANEL

GA

GALV

GC

GB

GWB

GAB

HGT

HORIZ

HP

HTR

HVAC

HVU

HVY

ID

IE

INT

INTER

INSUL

ISA

J-BOX

JT

JST

k

kV

kVA

kW

kWH

LB

LF

LLH

LONG

LT

LP

LTG

LWC

GAUGE

GALVANIZED

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

GRADE BEAM

GYPSUM WALL BOARD

GRADED AGGREGATE BASE

HEIGHT

HORIZONTAL

HORSEPOWER OR HIGH POINT

HEATER

HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR

CONDITIONING

HEATING AND VENTILATING UNIT

HEAVY

G

H

INSIDE DIAMETER

INVERT ELEVATION

INTERIOR

INTERMEDIATE

INCH, INCHES

INSULATION

INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF

ACCESSIBILITY

J

JUNCTION BOX

JOINT

JOIST

K

KIPS (1000 LBS)

KILOVOLT

KILOVOLT-AMPS

KILOWATT

KILOWATT-HOUR

POUNDS

LINEAR FEET

LIVE LOAD, LANDLORD

LONG LEG HORIZONTAL

LONG LEG VERTICAL

LONGITUDINAL

LIGHT

LOW POINT

LIGHTING

LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE

LENGTH

MAX

MDP

MECH

MEZZ

MFR

MH

MIN

MLO

MO

MSB

MTD

N/A

NEC

NEMA

NF

NFPA

NIC

NL

NO

NOM

NTS

OA

OC

OCC

OF

OD

OH

OPNG

OSHA

PAR

P/C

PC

PDU

PERP

PH

PT

PL

PLBG

PNL

PIV

PSF

PVC

PWD

MAXIMUM

MAIN DISTRIBUTION PANEL

MECHANICAL

MEZZANINE

MANUFACTURER

MANHOLE, METAL HALIDE

MINIMUM

MAIN LUGS ONLY

NOT APPLICABLE

NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

NATIONAL ELECTRICAL

MANUFACTURER'S ASSOCIATION

NEAR FACE

NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION

ASSOCIATION

NOT IN CONTRACT

NIGHT LIGHT

NUMBER

NOMINAL

NOT TO SCALE

OUTSIDE AIR

ON CENTER

OCCUPANTS

OUTSIDE FACE

OUTSIDE DIAMETER

OPPOSITE HAND

OPENING

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND

HEALTH ADMINISTRATION

PARALLEL

PRECAST CONCRETE

PIECE

POWER DISTRIBUTION UNIT

PERPENDICULAR

PHASE

PAINT

PLATE

M

MASONRY OPENING

MAIN SWITCHBOARD

MOUNTED

N

O

P

PLUMBING

PANEL

POST INDICATOR VALVE

POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT

POLYVINYL CHLORIDE

PLYWOOD

QTY

RA

RAD

RCP

RD

RE:

REINF

REQD

RHC

RM

RO

RPM

RTU

SC

SCHED

SCHR

SD

SECT

S

SF

SHT

SIM

SHT MTL

SPEC

SQ

SS

STC

STD

STL

STIFF

STIR

STRUCT

SUSP

SYMM

SJ

SOA

T&B

T/FTG

THICK

THRESH

TO

TOJ

TOS

THRU

QUANTITY

Q

R

RETURN AIR

RADIUS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

ROOF DRAIN

REFERENCE, REFER

REINFORCING

REQUIRED

RETAIL HEALTH CENTER

ROOM

ROUGH OPENING

REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE

ROOFTOP UNIT

S

SITE CONTRACTOR

SCHEDULED

SECONDARY CHILLED WATER

RETURN

SMOKE DAMPER, STORM DRAIN

SECTION

SENSOR

SQUARE FEET

SHEET

SIMILAR

SHEET METAL

SPECIFICATION

SQUARE

STAINLESS STEEL, SANITARY

SEWER

SOUND TRANSMISSION CLASS

STANDARD

STEEL

STIFFENER

STIRRUPS

STRUCTURAL

SUSPENDED

SYMMETRICAL

SAW JOINT

SECURITY OBSERVATION AREA

T

TOP AND BOTTOM

TOP OF FOOTING

THICKNESS

THRESHOLD

TOP OF

TOP OF JOIST

TOP OF STEEL

THROUGH

T

TYP

TS

T

T&G

TR

TS

TRS

UL

UON

UPS

VA

VERT

VIF

VRC

VTR

W/

W/O

WCO

WC

WD

WL

WP

WO

WWF

W

WF

XFMR

YD

THERMOSTAT

TYPICAL

TEMPERATURE SENSOR

THICKNESS (STRUCTURAL)

TONGUE AND GROOVE

WOOD PRESERVATIVE-TREATED

MATERIALS

TUBULAR STEEL (STRUCTURAL)

TRUSS (STRUCTURAL)

UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES,

INC.

UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER

SUPPLY

VOLT

VOLT-AMPERE

VERTICAL

VERIFY IN FIELD

VERTICAL RECIPROCATING

WITH

WITHOUT

WALL CLEANOUT

WATER CLOSET

WOOD

WIND LOAD

WEATHERPROOF

WALL OPENING

WELDED WIRE FABRIC

WIDTH

WIDE FLANGE (STRUCTURAL)

TRANSFORMER

YARD

T

U

CONVEYOR

VENT THROUGH ROOF

W

X

Y

(CONTINUED)

GENERAL NOTES

{1. CONTRACTORS SHALL NOT SCALE THESE DRAWINGS FOR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. IN THE EVENT OF OMISSION OF NECESSARY DIMENSIONS OR INFORMATION, CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY ARCHITECT. FIGURED AND CALCULATED

DIMENSION TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED MEASUREMENTS. DETAILED DRAWINGS AND LARGER SCALE DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER SMALLER SCALE DRAWINGS. ALL PLAN DETAILS AND WALL SECTIONS ARE ASSUMED TO BE TYPICAL

CONDITIONS UNLESS DETAILED OR NOTED OTHERWISE.

2. ALL FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATIONS RE: TO ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS ONLY. RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS FOR RELATIONSHIP TO PROJECT BENCHMARK(S).

3. VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, CONDITIONS, AND GRADES AT JOB SITE. ALL CONTRACTORS SHALL COORDINATE THEIR WORK WITH OTHER TRADES AND REPORT DISCREPANCIES, PRIOR TO THEIR CONSTRUCTION, TO THE ARCHITECT FOR REVIEW AND

CLARIFICATION OR ACTION.

4. VERIFY SIZE, LOCATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ALL EQUIPMENT TO BE FURNISHED WITH MANUFACTURERS OR SUPPLIERS BEFORE BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION.

5. VERIFY SIZE AND LOCATION OF ALL OPENINGS FOR MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND RELATED WORK WITH CONTRACTORS INVOLVED AND EQUIPMENT TO BE FURNISHED. FOR CONSTRUCTION DETAILS NOT SHOWN, USE THE

MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD DETAILS OR APPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS / DATA SHEETS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS.

6. CEILING HEIGHTS SCHEDULED ON THE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE OR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN ARE TAKEN FROM THE FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATION.

7. ALL PLAN DIMENSIONS ARE TO FACE OF FINISHED WALLS, FACE OF MASONRY, AND CENTERLINE OF COLUMNS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.

8. VERIFY ALL ELEVATIONS AND DIMENSIONS OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. IN CASE OF CONFLICT, NOTIFY ARCHITECT. THE CONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEM. ALL

DIMENSIONAL DISCREPANCIES ARE TO BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT.

9. ADD SUFFICIENT BLOCKING IN STUD WALLS TO SUPPORT ALL ITEMS OR EQUIPMENT SHOWN OR SPECIFIED TO BE ATTACHED TO THE WALLS. PROVIDE ADDITIONAL STRUCTURAL SUPPORT (ANGLES, CHANNELS, ETC.) WITHIN WALLS WHERE THE

WEIGHT OF ATTACHED ITEMS OR EQUIPMENT IS TOO GREAT TO BE SUPPORTED BY METAL STUDS. PROVIDE BLOCKING FOR OWNER FURNISHED OR INSTALLED ITEMS.

10. PARTITIONS WHERE INDICATED BY SYMBOL ARE TO EXTEND AND SEAL AGAINST THE BOTTOM OF THE DECK ABOVE.

11. INSTALL METAL TRIM ON ALL GYPSUM BOARD EDGES ABUTTING OTHER MATERIALS OR STOPPING SHORT OF OTHER MATERIALS TO FORM A REVEAL OR RECESS.

12. USE METAL CORNER BEADS ON ALL GYPSUM BOARD EXTERIOR CORNERS.

13. COORDINATE WITH MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL FLOOR DRAINS.

14. ALL PLUMBING WET WALLS (EXCLUDING CHASES) SHALL BE FRAMED WITH 6" METAL STUDS.

15. ALL PRODUCTS UTILIZED IN THIS CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE ASBESTOS FREE.

16. TRANSITION OF DIFFERENT FLOORING MATERIALS AT DOORWAYS SHALL OCCUR AT CENTERLINE OF DOORS AND SHALL BE NO HIGHER THAN 1/4". CHANGES IN LEVEL BETWEEN 1/4" AND 1/2" SHALL BE BEVELED WITH A SLOPE NO GREATER THAN

1:2.

}{17. PAINT ALL WALL SURFACES, DOOR FRAMES, BULKHEADS AND CEILINGS IN ROOMS WHERE INDICATED ON ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE. PAINT BEHIND ALL MOVEABLE ITEMS ADJACENT TO WALLS RECEIVING PAINT AND RELOCATE ITEMS.

18. ALL WEATHER - EXPOSED SURFACES SHALL HAVE A WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER TO PROTECT THE INTERIOR WALL COVERING. EXTERIOR OPENINGS SHALL BE FLASHED IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO MAKE THEM WATERPROOF.

19. ALL WORK TO CONFORM TO ALL LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL BUILDING CODES, INCLUDING ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.

20. CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK. ANY CONDITIONS NOT DOCUMENTED ON THESE DRAWINGS OR OBSERVED TO BE DIFFERENT THAN THOSE SHOWN ON THESE

DRAWINGS ARE TO BE REPORTED TO THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER PRIOR TO BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION.

21. CONTRACTOR TO CONTACT ANY AND ALL LOCAL UTILITIES TO SUBMIT ALL APPLICABLE PERMIT DOCUMENTS, QUALIFICATIONS, ETC., AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL FEES ASSOCIATED WITH PERMITS, UTILITY EXTENSIONS, TAP-INS, ETC.

ARCHITECT TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTS FOR PERMIT PLAN REVIEW AND OWNER REVIEW, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING THE PERMITS AND ALL PERMIT AND AND INSPECTION COSTS.

22. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL DEBRIS AS A RESULT OF THIS PROJECT DAILY, OR AS DIRECTED BY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE, IN A LEGAL MANNER.

23. EACH SUBCONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO COORDINATE AND SCHEDULE HIS WORK WITH THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND ALL OTHER CONTRACTORS WHOSE WORK SHALL BE AFFECTED.

24. PARKING AT THE SITE BY ALL CONSTRUCTION STAFF SHALL BE LIMITED TO ONLY THE AREAS DESIGNATED BY THE OWNER.

25. THE AREA OF WORK SHALL MAINTAIN A WEATHER TIGHT AND SECURED CONDITION AT ALL TIMES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO SECURE THE AREA OF WORK.

26. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY IF EXISTING GAS SERVICE HAS SEISMIC SHUT-OFF VALVE. IF ABSENT PROVIDE PER CITY REQUIREMENTS.

27. CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW ALL PERMIT DOCUMENTS FROM CITY FOR HANDWRITTEN COMMENTS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS. FORWARD TO ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY SO DRAWINGS AND SCOPE OF WORK CAN BE REVISED.

28. ALL WALLS AND FLOOR IN FREIGHT ELEVATOR LOBBY AREA AND PUBLIC AREAS ALONG THE PATH OF CONSTRUCTION DELIVERY MUST BE PROTECTED DURING DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION. AREAS SHALL BE KEPT CLEAN AND FREE OF

DEBRIS AND DUST DAILY. GC/CONTRACTORS SHALL COORDINATE WITH BUILDING MANAGEMENT FOR SCHEDULING.

29. GC/CONTRACTORS SHALL COORDINATE CARTING OF DEBRIS WITH THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT.

30. ALL FIRE ALARM DEVICES SCHEDULED TO BE RELOCATED DURING CONSTRUCTION TO COMPLY WITH THE CODE AND REQUIRED HEIGHTS.

31. GC TO UPDATE PANEL DIRECTORIES IN ELECTRICAL CLOSETS.

32. THE CONSTRUCTION SHALL NOT RESTRICT A FIVE-FOOT CLEAR AND UNOBSTRUCTED ACCESS TO ANY WATER OR POWER DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES (POWER POLES, PULL-BOXES, TRANSFORMERS, VAULTS, PUMPS, VALVES, METERS,

APPURTENANCES, ETC.) OR TO THE LOCATION OF HOOK-UP. THE CONSTRUCTION SHALL NOT BE WITHIN TEN FEET OF ANY POWER LINES-WHETHER OR NOT THE LINES ARE LOCATED ON THE PROPERTY. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY CAUSE

CONSTRUCTION DELAYS AND/OR ADDITIONAL EXPENSES.

REVISIONS:

06-04-2012 PERMIT SET

CVS PROJ MANAGER:

S. HULLIHEN

DRAWING BY:

S. WILSON

DATE:

06-04-2012

NORR JOB NUMBER:

JCDT12.0118

TITLE:

COVER SHEET

SHEET NUMBER:

CS

COMMENTS:


{

GENERAL INFORMATION

A. GENERAL

1. CONFORM TO ALL GENERAL AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT AS SPECIFIED BY ARCHITECT AND OWNER.

2. SPECIFICATIONS ARE APPLICABLE TO ALL CONTRACTORS AND/OR SUBCONTRACTORS.

3. CHECK OTHER PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND FULLY COORDINATE WITH OTHER SYSTEMS ON GRADES.

4. VISIT SITE, CHECK FACILITIES AND CONDITIONS, VERIFY ALL UTILITY CONNECTIONS, AND TAKE ALL ITEMS INTO CONSIDERATION IN BID.

5. SYSTEMS ARE TO BE COMPLETE AND WORKABLE IN ALL RESPECTS, PLACED IN OPERATION AND PROPERLY ADJUSTED.

6. EACH CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE FOR HIS OWN CLEAN UP, REMOVAL AND LEGAL DISPOSAL OF ALL RUBBISH ON A DAILY BASIS.

7. FULLY COORDINATE ALL WORK AND COOPERATE COMPLETELY WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS, SUBCONTRACTORS AND OWNER.

8. CONTRACTORS MUST CONFIRM ALL UTILITY CONNECTION POINTS IN FIELD, PRIOR TO STARTING WORK.

9. ARRANGE FOR AND OBTAIN OWNER'S PERMISSION FOR ANY SERVICE SHUTDOWNS REQUIRED UNDER THIS CONTRACT.

10. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSTRUCTION MEANS, METHODS, SEQUENCES OF CONSTRUCTION, AND THE SAFETY OF WORKERS.

B. CODES, STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

1. CONFORM TO ALL APPLICABLE CODES AND GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS.

2. OBTAIN PERMITS AND PAY ALL FEES. ARRANGE FOR ALL REQUIRED INSPECTIONS AND APPROVALS.

6031 FAIRBURN ROAD

DOUGLASVILLE, GA 30134

3. REVIEW FOR THE GENERAL BUILDING PERMIT WILL BE OBTAINED BY THE ARCHITECT. PERMIT FEE IS BY THE CONTRACTOR.

C. BASE EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS AND SUBSTITUTIONS

1. ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS SHALL BE NEW UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. NEW MATERIALS SHALL BE FREE OF DEFECTS.

2. BASE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER, MODEL, AND CAPACITY OF EQUIPMENT ARE LISTED ON THE DRAWINGS OR IN THIS SPECIFICATION. ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IS CONSIDERED A SUBSTITUTION.

3. SUBSTITUTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER. IF A SUBSTITUTION IS SUBMITTED, INCLUDE COMPLETE PERFORMANCE FACTS FOR EVALUATION.

4. IF SUBSTITUTIONS ARE APPROVED, NOTIFY ALL OTHER CONTRACTORS, SUBCONTRACTORS OF TRADES AFFECTED BY SUBSTITUTION AND FULLY COORDINATE. ANY COSTS RESULTING FROM SUBSTITUTION, WHETHER BY CONTRACTORS OR OTHERS, SHALL BE RESPONSIBILITY OF

AND PAID FOR BY SUBSTITUTING CONTRACTOR.

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

5. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE INSTALLED IN FULL ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S DATA AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK AND CONFORM TO THESE REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO STARTING WORK.

D. CUTTING, PATCHING AND DRILLING

1. ALL CUTTING AND CHASING OF THE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED SHALL BE IN A NEAT AND PROFESSIONAL MANNER.

2. NEATLY SAW CUT ALL RECTANGULAR OPENINGS, SET SLEEVE THROUGH OPENING, AND FINISH PATCH OR PROVIDE TRIM FLANGE AROUND OPENING.

3. CORE DRILL AND SLEEVE ALL ROUND OPENINGS.

4. DO NOT CUT ANY STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS WITHOUT ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL.

5. PATCH AND FINISH TO MATCH ADJACENT AREAS THAT HAVE BEEN CUT, DAMAGED OR MODIFIED AS A RESULT OF THE INSTALLATIONS OF THE MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. FIRE STOP ALL PENETRATIONS OF FIRE RATED CONSTRUCTION IN A CODE APPROVED MANNER.

E. WARRANTY

1. PROVIDE FULL WARRANTY ON ALL MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT AND WORKMANSHIP FOR ONE (1) YEAR FROM DATE OF ACCEPTANCE, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.

2. EXTEND ALL MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTIES TO OWNER, INCLUDING FIVE (5) YEAR HEAT EXCHANGER EXTENDED WARRANTY ON HVAC EQUIPMENT.

3. REPAIR OR REPLACE WITHOUT CHARGE TO THE OWNER ALL ITEMS FOUND DEFECTIVE DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD.

ALTERATION PROCEDURES

01100 - ALTERATION PROCEDURES

A. ALTERATION SCOPE: PERFORM ALL ALTERATION AND REMOVAL WORK, INCLUDING THE ALTERATION AND REMOVAL WORK INCIDENTAL TO THAT SHOWN OR SPECIFIED, TO COMPLETE THE ALTERATION AND REMOVAL WORK AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS, AS SPECIFIED, OR TO

COMPLETE CONTRACTUAL REQUIREMENTS.

B. COORDINATION: WORK IN CLOSE COORDINATION WITH THE OTHER CONTRACTORS ON THE PROJECT TO ACCOMPLISH THE ALTERATIONS FOR THE WHOLE PROJECT.

C. ADDITIONAL WORK: IN ADDITION TO WORK SHOWN:

1. MODIFY EXISTING CONSTRUCTION THAT INTERFERES WITH NEW CONSTRUCTION, TO THE EXTENT OF THE INTERFERENCE.

2. CUT AND LATER PATCH ALL HOLES AND OPENINGS IN EXISTING CONSTRUCTION NECESSARY FOR CONNECTION OF }{BUILDING WORK; FOR THE PASSAGE OR CONNECTION OF STRUCTURAL MEMBERS; AND FOR THE BUILDING ALTERATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH MECHANICAL AND

ELECTRICAL WORK.

3. PROPERLY REPAIR ALL SURFACES LEFT IN PLACE AND SCHEDULED TO BE EXPOSED, ALL SURFACES DAMAGED DUE TO ALTERATIONS, AND ALL DAMAGED SURFACES PREVIOUSLY CONCEALED THAT WILL BE LEFT EXPOSED DUE TO ALTERATIONS, EVEN THOUGH SUCH DAMAGE WAS

NOT CAUSED BY WORK OF THIS CONTRACT.

4. BE RESPONSIBLE FOR A COMPLETE JOB, WHETHER DONE AS WORK UNDER THIS SECTION OR ASSIGNED TO THE PARTICULAR TRADES INVOLVED.

D. OWNER OCCUPANCY: THE OWNER WILL OCCUPY AND USE THE FACILITIES ADJACENT TO THE AREAS OF WORK DURING THE ENTIRE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. PLAN AND COORDINATE ACTIVITIES WITH THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ALL

NECESSARY CONTROLS FOR THE ABATEMENT OF DUST, NOISE, AND INCONVENIENCE TO OWNER'S PERSONNEL DURING ALL PHASES OF THE WORK.

1. DO NOT SHUT DOWN ANY SERVICES OR BLOCK OFF ANY AREAS WITHOUT PRIORAPPROVAL OF THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE.

2. THE OWNER WILL VACATE THE EXISTING AREAS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE WORK OR TO CONFORM WITH THE SCHEDULE OF WORK AND SEQUENCE OF CONSTRUCTION, AND WILL REMOVE ALL PORTABLE ITEMS OF FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT ANDFIXTURES PRIOR TO THE START OF THE

WORK.

E. WORK SCHEDULING: THE WORK SHALL BE MUTUALLY SCHEDULED BY THE ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, AND THE OWNER TO COORDINATE THE WORK OF THE SEPARATE CONTRACTS AND OF THE OWNER'S OPERATIONS, AND TO FACILITATE

COMPLETION OF THE WORK.

1. THE WORK MAY BE SCHEDULED DURING THE ENTIRE 24 HOURS OF ANY WEEKDAY, PROVIDED NO LAWS ARE VIOLATED AND THAT THE OPERATIONS ARE SO CONDUCTED AS NOT TO CREATE A PUBLIC NUISANCE OR TO DISTURB THE PEACE. IF THE WORK IS STOPPED BY PUBLIC

AUTHORITY DUE TO SUCH NUISANCE, DISTURBANCE OR LAW VIOLATION, CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM WORK NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THE OVERALL SCHEDULE.

2. WORK THAT WILL INTERFERE WITH THE OWNER'S OPERATIONS OR USE OF THE FACILITIES, INCLUDING THE SHUTTING DOWN OF MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES, SHALL BE SCHEDULED, WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, SO AS TO CAUSE A MINIMUM AMOUNT OF

INTERRUPTION. THE SCHEDULING SHALL CONSIDER BOTH THE TIMES, THE TYPES, AND THE AREAS OR PLACES OF SUCH INTERFERENCES, AND SHALL INCLUDE ROUTES AND TIMES OF INGRESS AND EGRESS OF PEOPLE AND MATERIALS.

3. WHEN EXISTING BUILDING IS OCCUPIED, MAINTAIN FREE, CLEAR, UNOBSTRUCTED, SAFE EGRESS THROUGH EXISTING EXITS AND THROUGH AND SAFELY BEYOND NEW CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY STATE AND LOCAL FIRE SAFETY CODES.

4. PROVIDE ADEQUATE AND PROPER PROTECTION, INCLUDING HEAT, TO THE EXISTINGBUILDINGS AND PREMISES OCCUPIED BY THE OWNER DURING THE EXECUTION AND COMPLETION OF THE WORK IN SUCH MANNER THAT THE OWNER'S OPERATIONS MAY BE CARRIED ON WITHOUT

INTERFERENCE, INTERRUPTION OR INCONVENIENCE AT ALL TIMES DURING THE PROJECT SCHEDULE.

5. ALL WORK MUST BE SCHEDULED. NOTIFY THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE 72 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS AREA THAT IS IN USE BY THE OWNER SO THE OWNER CAN VACATE THE AREA AND REMOVE ANY PORTABLE EQUIPMENT,

MATERIAL AND FURNITURE.

F. PHASING: BECAUSE OF THE PROBLEMS INHERENT IN REMODELING THE BUILDING UNDER CONDITIONS OF FULL OPERATION, THERE MUST BE A HIGH DEGREE OF COOPERATION BETWEEN ALL PARTIES INVOLVED IN THE PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION PROCESS. CONSEQUENTLY,

THE WORK - ALTERATION, REMOVAL AND NEW CONSTRUCTION - MUST BE PLANNED AND EXECUTED CAREFULLY. TO FACILITATE THESE REQUIREMENTS, A GENERALIZED PHASING SEQUENCE SHOULD BE ESTABLISHED.

1. EACH PHASED WORK AREA SHALL BE COMPLETE AND CLEANED BEFORE ADVANCING TO THE NEXT PHASING AREA.

2. CONSULT AND COORDINATE THE WORK WITH THE OTHER CONTRACTORS AND WITH THE PHASING PLAN. A SCHEDULE OF THE WORK SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE OWNER FOR REVIEW BEFORE STARTING THE WORK. THE WORK SCHEDULE SHALL BE PRESENTED IN BAR-CHART

FORM, OR OTHER APPROVED METHOD.

3. THE CONTRACT WORK SCHEDULE SHALL BE BASED ON A NORMAL WORK WEEK. SHOULD THE CONTRACT WORK FAIL TO PROGRESS ACCORDING TO THE SCHEDULE AND IF, IN THE OPINION OF THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER THE WORK CANNOT BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE CONTRACT

TIME, OR SUCH EXTENSIONS THEREOF AS MAY HAVE BEEN GRANTED, WORK SUCH ADDITIONAL TIME OVER THE NORMAL WORK WEEK, INCLUDING SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS, AND HOLIDAYS AS REQUIRED TO MEET THE SCHEDULED TIME FOR COMPLETION, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COST TO

THE OWNER.

4. OWNER'S OPERATIONS OUTSIDE OF SPECIFIC PHASED AREAS IN WHICH WORK IS BEING PERFORMED, MUST BE MAINTAINED TO INSURE NORMAL OPERATIONS IN SUCH MAJOR PHASED AREAS. IF CERTAIN WORK IS REQUIRED WITHIN A WORK AREA, AND CANNOT BE ACCOMPLISHED

SO AS TO MAINTAIN THE FUNCTION OF OPERATIONS OUTSIDE SUCH AREA, SUCH WORK WHEN DIRECTED BY THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE SHALL BE PERFORMED ON A PREMIUM TIME BASIS AFTER HOURS OF NORMAL USE BY SUCH NORMAL OPERATION. PREMIUM

TIME WORK WILL BE CONSIDERED AS CHANGES IN THE WORK AND WILL BE PAID FOR PER THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.

5. CLEAN AREAS TO BE PUT BACK INTO SERVICE DURING THE PHASING SEQUENCES.

G. SURVEY/TIE-INS: PRIOR TO SUBMITTING SHOP DRAWINGS OR BEGINNING SHOP FABRICATION OR FIELD CONSTRUCTION OF WORK IN CONNECTION WITH THE ALTERATIONS, SURVEY EXISTING CONSTRUCTION INCLUDING STRUCTURE, FINISH, AND EQUIPMENT ADJACENT TO

CONSTRUCTION TO BE REMOVED. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURATE TIE-IN OF THE NEW WORK TO THE EXISTING CONSTRUCTION.

H. CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS: CONDUCT OPERATIONS IN SUCH MANNER AS TO CREATE A MINIMUM OF NOISE, DUST, AND OTHER DISTURBANCE.

1. DO NOT ALLOW REMOVED MATERIALS, RUBBISH AND DEBRIS TO ACCUMULATE. KEEP THE CONSTRUCTION AREAS AND ALL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK IN A NEAT ORDERLY }{CONDITION.

2. PLAN AND COORDINATE ACTIVITIES WITH THE OWNER IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY CONTROLS FOR THE ABATEMENT OF DUST, NOISE, AND INCONVENIENCE TO OWNER'S PERSONNEL AND OPERATIONS DURING ALL PHASES OF THE WORK. DO NOT SHUT DOWN OR BLOCK

OFF ANY AREAS WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL OF THE OWNER.

3. DO NOT INTERRUPT EXISTING UTILITIES EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED OR WHEN APPROVED IN WRITING BY THE OWNER, AND THEN ONLY AFTER TEMPORARY UTILITY SERVICES HAVE BEEN PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND APPROVED BY THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE

REPRESENTATIVE.

4. CONDUCT ALTERATIONS AND DEBRIS REMOVAL IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO INSURE

MINIMUM INTERFERENCE WITH STREETS, WALKS, PASSAGEWAYS AND OTHER FACILITIES OCCUPIED BY THE OWNER; SUCH FACILITIES SHALL NOT BE CLOSED OFF TO TRAFFIC OR IN ANY WAY OBSTRUCTED WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION.

5. AT THE COMPLETION OF THE WORK, REMOVE ALL TEMPORARY ENCLOSURES AND PROTECTIVE DEVICES AND LEAVE THE PREMISES CLEAN.

I. SAFETY: METHODS SHALL BE SUCH AS TO ASSURE SAFE WORKING CONDITIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE SAFETY LAWS; TO PREVENT COLLAPSE OF ANY SECTION;AND TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO FACILITIES INDICATED TO REMAIN IN PLACE AND TO NEW CONSTRUCTION.

J. FIRE PROTECTION: PERFORM THERMAL AND FLAME-CUTTING OPERATIONS PER THE HAZARD PRECAUTION REQUIREMENTS OF THE OWNER'S SAFETY REQUIREMENTS OR THAT REQUIRED BY LAW.

1. IF CUTTING TORCHES ARE USED, TAKE ALL PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO PREVENT SETTING OF FIRES, INCLUDING USE OF FIREPROOF TARPAULINS AND MAINTENANCE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS ADJACENT TO CUTTING AREA.

2. OBTAIN A DAILY PERMIT FROM OWNER'S PLANT PROTECTION DEPARTMENT FOR USING CUTTING TORCHES, PRIOR TO THEIR USE.

K. REMOVED MATERIALS: REMOVED MATERIALS NOT INDICATED FOR TURNING OVER TO THE OWNER OR INDICATED FOR REUSE, AS WELL AS RUBBLE AND DEBRIS RESULTING FROM SUCH OPERATIONS, SHALL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE CONTRACTOR AND SHALL BE REMOVED

DAILY FROM THE PROJECT SITE AND LEGALLY DISPOSED OF OFF THE PROJECT SITE.

1. IN REMOVING SALVAGEABLE ITEMS THAT ARE SCHEDULED OR SPECIFIED FOR REUSE OR THAT ARE TO BE TURNED OVER TO THE OWNER, EXERCISE CARE IN REMOVING SUCH ITEMS SO AS NOT TO DAMAGE THEM.

2. IF THE CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE DOES NOT ALLOW IMMEDIATE REINSTALLATION OF REMOVED ITEMS TO BE REUSED, PROVIDE ADEQUATE STORAGE FACILITIES FOR SUCH ITEMS IN STORAGE AREA DESIGNATED BY OWNER, TRANSPORT SUCH ITEMS TO THE STORAGE AREA,

STORE THEM, AND PROTECT THEM FROM DAMAGE DURING STORAGE.

3. WHEN THE CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE CALLS FOR INSTALLATION OF STORED ITEMS TO BE REUSED, REMOVE SUCH ITEMS FROM STORAGE, TRANSPORT THEM TO LOCATION(S) OF INSTALLATION, INSTALL THEM, AND CLEAN UP STORAGE AREA.

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L. SUPPORT OF EXISTING STRUCTURE: PRIOR TO REMOVING EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, PROVIDE TEMPORARY SHEETING, UNDERPINNING, SHORING AND BRACING TO CARRY THE LOADS AND STRESSES WITHSTOOD IN PLACE BY THE ITEMS TO BE REMOVED.

1. SUCH TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE PLACED SO AS NOT TO BLOCK FIRE EXITWAYS OF THE EXISTING BUILDING, SO AS NOT TO INTERFERE WITH OWNER'S OPERATIONS, AND SO AS TO ALLOW SPACE FOR PERFORMING THE REQUIRED ALTERATIONS.

2. BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ADEQUACY OF TEMPORARY SUPPORT OF STRUCTURE, AS WELL AS FOR DAMAGE TO THE EXISTING BUILDING AND CONTENTS THEREOF RESULTING FROM INADEQUATE SHEETING, UNDERPINNING, SHORING AND BRACING.

3. AFTER MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT ARE REMOVED, INSPECT THE STRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT TO REMAIN IN PLACE AND NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER OF DEFECTS UNCOVERED AND NOT PREVIOUSLY IDENTIFIED BY THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. REPAIR OF SUCH DEFECTS

AND OTHER ADDITIONAL WORK REQUIRED BY THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER WILL BE COMPENSATED BY CONTRACT ADJUSTMENT PER THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.

M. TEMPORARY PARTITIONS AND CLOSURES: PROVIDE WEATHERTIGHT PARTITIONS OR CLOSURES AT EXTERIOR OPENINGS TO ISOLATE THE AREAS FROM THE REST OF THE BUILDING AND TO PROTECT THE BUILDING FROM THE ELEMENTS WHERE ALTERATION OPERATIONS WOULD

EXPOSE THE INTERIOR TO THE ELEMENTS. PROVIDE DUST-TIGHT PARTITIONS AROUND INTERIOR AREAS TO ISOLATE THE AREAS FROM THE REST OF THE BUILDING WHERE ALTERATION OPERATIONS WOULD CREATE DUST CONDITIONS, INCLUDING DUST-TIGHT CLOSURES BELOW

SUPPORTED FLOOR SLABS WHEN MAKING NEW OPENINGS THEREIN AND WEATHERTIGHT CLOSURES OVER ROOF DECKS WHEN MAKING NEW OPENINGS THEREIN.

1. PROVIDE WEATHERPROOF PARTITIONS OF WOOD FRAMING AND PLYWOOD SHEATHING (TAPE JOINTS AND PAINT WOOD WITH EXTERIOR TYPE PAINT) WHERE SHOWN OR DIRECTED, ACCEPTABLE TO THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE; PROVIDE ACCESS DOORS AS

REQUIRED, COMPLETE WITH HARDWARE, AND LOCKABLE WHERE REQUIRED FOR OWNER'S SECURITY.

2. EXISTING EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE REMOVED MAY BE LEFT IN PLACE (WHERE NOTED APPROVED) TO SERVE AS SEPARATION WALLS DURING CONSTRUCTION, AND THEN BE REMOVED WHEN APPROVED OR DIRECTED BY THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE.

3. WHERE OWNER'S OPERATIONS, PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT ARE SUBJECT TO FLYING DUST, DEBRIS, ETC. FROM REMOVAL OR CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS, PROVIDE HEAVY DUTY VINYL SHEET SECURED TO CEILING AND FLOOR CONSTRUCTION IN MANNER ACCEPTABLE TO THE

OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE; WHERE REQUIRED TO PERMIT PASSAGE OF MATERIALS AND PERSONNEL, SHEETS SHALL BE OVERLAPPED AND SECURED.

4. PLACE TEMPORARY PARTITIONS SO AS TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE SPACE TO CARRY ON THE ALTERATION OPERATIONS BUT SO AS NOT TO INTERFERE WITH OWNER'S OPERATIONS, AND SO AS NOT TO ENCROACH ON FIRE EXITWAYS OF THE EXISTING BUILDING. PLACE PARTITIONS

WHERE SHOWN ON DRAWINGS AND, IF NOT SHOWN, WHERE APPROVED BY THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE.

5. TEMPORARY PARTITIONS SHALL BE OF FLAME-RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION. SUBMIT PROPOSED METHOD OF PARTITION }{CONSTRUCTION FOR APPROVAL.

6. OPENINGS MADE IN EXTERIOR WALLS AND ROOF SHALL BE CLOSED THE SAME DAY THAT THEY ARE OPENED, EITHER BY PERMANENT CONSTRUCTION OR WITH VANDALPROOF, WEATHERPROOF, DUST-TIGHT TEMPORARY CLOSURES. NO OPENINGS IN EXTERIOR WALLS OR ROOF

SHALL BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN OPEN; SECURITY OF THE BUILDING MUST BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES.

N. PERSONNEL AND BUILDING PROTECTIONS: PROVIDE, AND LATER REMOVE, TEMPORARY BARRIERS, WARNING SIGNS, BLINKER LIGHTS, AND OTHER SAFETY MEASURES, AS REQUIRED FOR THE PROTECTION OF PERSONNEL, BOTH OWNER'S AND CONTRACTOR'S, AND THE PUBLIC

PER THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.

1. ADJACENT STRUCTURES: DURING THE ALTERATION OPERATIONS, PROTECT FROM DAMAGE, ADJACENT BUILDINGS, PAVEMENTS AND SURFACES WHICH ARE TO REMAIN. IF ADJACENT STRUCTURES ARE DAMAGED, REPAIR SUCH STRUCTURES AT NO COST TO THE OWNER.

2. ROOF: PRIOR TO STARTING WORK OR ALLOWING TRAFFIC ON THE EXISTING ROOF, PROVIDE APPROVED TEMPORARY 3/4 INCH THICK PLYWOOD PROTECTION ON THE EXISTING BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM DURING OPERATIONS ON THE ROOF. BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REPAIRING

DAMAGE THAT OCCURS TO THE EXISTING BUILT-UP ROOFING SYSTEM DUE TO CONTRACT OPERATIONS.

3. FACE OF BUILDING: METHODS FOR TRANSPORTING MATERIALS BETWEEN GROUND AND ROOF AND FOR REMOVING TRASH, RUBBISH AND DEBRIS SHALL BE SAFE METHODS WHICH WILL NOT DAMAGE EXTERIOR FACE OF BUILDING, ENDANGER PERSONS OR DAMAGE PROPERTY.

4. UTILITIES: PROTECT EXISTING UTILITIES AND SERVICES, AS WELL AS OWNER'S SERVICE SYSTEMS, WITHIN AND ADJACENT TO THE ALTERATION OPERATIONS, FROM DAMAGE ON ACCOUNT OF SUCH OPERATIONS. IF UTILITIES OR SERVICES ARE UNCOVERED THAT ARE NOT SHOWN

ON THE DRAWINGS, ADVISE THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE AND DO NOT WORK IN THE IMMEDIATE AREAS UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. DISCONNECT, CAP AND ABANDON EXISTING UTILITIES AND SERVICES EXPOSED AS A RESULT OF THE ALTERATION OPERATIONS

THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED TO REMAIN IN USE; REMOVE EXISTING SERVICES AS PART OF THE DEMOLITION WHERE SO INDICATED OR REQUIRED; RELOCATE EXISTING SERVICES WHERE SO INDICATED OR REQUIRED.

5. FLOORS: PROTECT THE FINISHED FLOORS WHICH ARE TO REMAIN, AND AREAS OVER WHICH MATERIALS OR EQUIPMENT SHALL BE MOVED, TO PRESERVE THE CONDITION OF THE EXISTING FLOOR. USE NOT LESS THAN 1/4 INCH THICK PLYWOOD OR FLAKEBOARD LAID OVER HEAVY

DUTY KRAFT OR RED ROSIN PAPER WITH JOINTS LAPPED.

6. LIFTING PRECAUTIONS: WHENEVER MATERIALS OR EQUIPMENT NEED TO BE LIFTED OVER OR NEAR AN EXISTING, OCCUPIED BUILDING, GIVE ADVANCE NOTICE AND ARRANGE WITH THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE TO HAVE ANY POTENTIALLY ENDANGERED SPACES

VACATED. NO SUCH LIFTING SHALL BE DONE WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE OWNER OR PROJECT SITE REPRESENTATIVE.

O. WORKMANSHIP: MAKE PROPER AND APPROVED CONNECTIONS OF NEW WORK TO EXISTING CONSTRUCTION AND ALL NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS OF EITHER OR BOTH AS REQUIRED TO PRODUCE A COMPLETE AND FINISHED JOB. PATCHING AND NEW WORK SHALL MATCH

EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN OR SPECIFIED, AND SHALL COMPLY WITH THE APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL TECHNICAL SECTIONS OF THE SPECIFICATIONS.

P. ALTERATIONS: CUT, PATCH, REPAIR, AND PERFORM OTHER ALTERATIONS USING MECHANICS SKILLED IN THE PARTICULAR TRADE OF WORK REQUIRED. WHERE REQUIRED TO PATCH OR EXTEND EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, OR BOTH, MATCH THE EXISTING EXPOSED SURFACE

MATERIALS IN FINISH, COLOR, TEXTURE, AND PATTERNS.

Q. CLEANING: CLEAN THE EXISTING SURFACES THAT ARE TO REMAIN IN THE AREAS OF WORK OF THIS CONTRACT. CLEAN PARTITIONS AFTER ALL WORK IS DONE IN THE AREA.

CVS PROJ MANAGER:

DRAWING BY:

DATE:

NORR JOB NUMBER:

TITLE:

SHEET NUMBER:

S. HULLIHEN

S. WILSON

06-04-2012

JCDT12.0118

SPECIFICATIONS AND

RESPONSIBILITIES

G1

COMMENTS:


SITE DATA

GROSS FLOOR AREA:

13,092 S.F.

PARKING

REQUIREMENTS:

1 SPACE/300 S.F.

ACCESSIBLE

VAN ACCESSIBLE

44

21

PROPERTY LINE

PARKING PROVIDED:

TOTAL PARKING

SPACES

ACCESSIBLE

VAN ACCESSIBLE

80

41

PROPERTY LINE

(NO CHANGE IN PARKING COUNT, ONLY RELOCATING ACCESSIBLE SPACES.)

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1. PAVEMENT-MARKING PAINT: ALKYD-RESIN

TYPE, LEAD AND CHROMATE FREE, READY

MIXED, COMPLYING WITH FS TT-P-115, TYPE I

OR AASHTO M 248, TYPE N.

2. NEW ACCESSIBLE STRIPING FOR STALLS

AND ACCESS AISLES SHALL BE OUTLINED IN

BLUE. ALL OTHER NEW STRIPING SHOULD

MATCH EXISTING SCHEME.

3. SWEEP AND CLEAN SURFACE TO

ELIMINATE LOOSE MATERIAL AND DUST

DAILY.

4. APPLY PAINT WITH MECHANICAL

EQUIPMENT TO PRODUCE PAVEMENT

MARKINGS WITH UNIFORM STRAIGHT EDGES.

APPLY AT MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED

RATES TO PROVIDE MINIMUM WET FILM

THICKNES OF 15 MILS (0.4 MM)

5. 4" WIDE DIAGONAL STRIPES THAT ARE OF

CONTRASTING COLOR IN ACCESS AISLES.

STRIPES SHALL BE 3' ON CENTER.

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

PROPERTY LINE

CVS/pharmacy

(EXISTING)

PROPERTY LINE

SYMBOL LEGEND

ACCESSIBLE PARKING SPACE

ACCESSIBLE ROUTE

#

{KEY NOTE DESIGNATION }

PARKING COUNT

1

AS2

2

AS2

13 12

DEMO

NEW

17

PROPERTY LINE

15

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CVS PROJ MANAGER:

S. HULLIHEN

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DRAWING BY:

S. WILSON

DATE:

06-04-2012

NORR JOB NUMBER:

JCDT12.0118

SITE PLAN

TITLE:

ARCHITECTURAL

SITE PLAN

AS1

SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

SHEET NUMBER:

AS1

COMMENTS:


NOTES BY SYMBOL

1

EXISTING COLUMN TO REMAIN.

8

11'-11"

3

7

3.7%

0.4%

1

4

3.5%

3'-11{}"

1.7%

4.1%

0.7%

1.9%

0.7%

3.4%

0.4%

2.6%

86'-7{}"

7'-0" 31'-0"

7'-0{}" 41'-7"

0.6%

6

1

2

2 2

7'-0{}"

1'-6"

2

3

4

5

6

REMOVE (4) PIECES OF EXISTING ACCESSIBLE PARKING SIGNAGE. SAVE FOR RELOCATION.

REMOVE (4) EXISTING SHRUBS. SAVE FOR RELOCATION.

REMOVE (7) EXISTING WHEELSTOPS. SAVE FOR RELOCATION.

REMOVE EXISTING STRIPING AND PARKING MARKINGS FROM PAVING.

DEMOLISH EXISTING CONCRETE PAVING, CURB, AND GUTTER INDICATED IN HATCHED AREA.

DEMOLISH EXISTING CURB, GUTTER, AND LANDSCAPING INDICATED IN HATCHED AREA.

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TYP

8

EXISTING MANHOLE.

5'-1{}"

2.4%

1'-6"

0.0%

2.7%

0.2%

4.0%

0.9%

3.2%

1.0%

3.4%

0.0%

3.0%

0.2%

5

TYP

19'-0"

5

TYP

9

10

DEMOLISH ASPHALT AT HATCHED AREA IN PREPARATION FOR NEW PAVING AT SLOPES INDICATED ON 2/AS2. VERIFY EXTENTS ON SITE.

REINSTALL EXISTING ACCESSIBLE PARKING SIGN ON NEW POST. RE:1/AS3.

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

14'-7"

3.1%

0.4%

2.9%

0.0%

2.7%

0.1%

3.1%

0.2%

3.4%

0.3%

3.1%

0.1%

14'-6"

11

12

13

INSTALL NEW VAN ACCESSIBLE PARKING SIGN ON NEW POST. RE:1/AS3.

REINSTALL (7) WHEELSTOPS AT ACCESSIBLE AND STANDARD PARKING SPACES.

NEW CONCRETE RAMPS AND PAVING. REFER TO DETAILS 5/AS3 AND 7/AS3.

14

AS2

ENLARGED DEMOLITION SITE PLAN

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

9

70'-2"

7'-10"

{NOTE:

}ALL SLOPES SHOWN ON THIS DETAIL ARE EXISTING.

15

NEW ASPHALT PAVING, RE:7/AS3. SLOPES IN THIS AREA, INCLUDING ACCESSIBLE PARKING SPACES AND ACCESS AISLES, SHALL NOT EXCEED 1.5% IN ANY DIRECTION. PAVING SHALL SLOPE AWAY FROM BUILDING. CREATE A FLUSH AND LEVEL TRANSITION TO ADJACENT GUTTERS AND PAVING.

NEW ASPHALT PAVING, RE:7/AS3. SLOPES IN THIS AREA BEYOND DIMENSIONS INDICATED IN KEYNOTE 14 TO TAPER TO MEET SURROUNDING ASPHALT AT 6% MAX SLOPE. CREATE FLUSH AND LEVEL TRANSITIONS TO ADJACENT PAVING.

16

REPLANT REMOVED SHRUBS IN EXISTING LANDSCAPING AREA. SPACE EVENLY IN AREA OUTSIDE OF TREE DRIP LINE. WATER THOROUGHLY AFTER PLANTING.

8

3

AS2

5'-0"

7"

TYP

AS3

3'-11{}"

3'-0"

TYP

7'-0"

RAMP

7'-1"

31'-0"

LANDING

10 11 10 10

17

18'-0"

TYP

3'-1{}"

3'-11{}"

19 19

3'-0"

7'-0{}"

RAMP

12 12 12 12 21

12 12 12

TYP

17

13

1

19'-0"

9'-0"

TYP

TYP

14

9'-0" 8'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 5'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 9'-7{}"

13

41'-7"

PAVING

3'-0"

TYP

AS3

2

22 22 20 21

22 22

17

PAINT NEW STRIPING AND ACCESS AISLES, 4" TYP. REFER TO GENERAL NOTES, THIS SHEET.

18

PAINT NEW ISA SYMBOL, RE: 2/AS3.

19

CONCRETE PAVING TO REMAIN. PAINT TOP EDGE AND FACE OF PAVING ADJACENT TO NEW RAMP AND LANDING WITH EXTERIOR GRADE OSHA YELLOW NON-SLIP PAINT, 4" WIDE.

20

21

22

NEW CONCRETE CURB, MATCH HEIGHT WITH EXISTING. RE: 8/AS3

NEW CONCRETE GUTTER, MATCH HEIGHT WITH EXISTING. RE: 8/AS3

PROVIDE (5) NEW POLYMER WHEELSTOPS AT REMAINDER OF SPACES ALONG FRONT SIDE OF BUILDING.

SLOPE

GENERAL NOTES

16 16

SLOPE

55'-8"

18 18 18 18

14

SLOPE

15

14'-7"

SLOPE

14'-6"

15

15

70'-2"

7'-8"

15

REVISIONS:

06-04-2012 PERMIT SET

ENLARGED SITE PLAN

5'-1{}"

AS3

AS2

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

RAMP

NEW CURB RAMP

T.O. CURB

RAMP

0'-6"

1.5% MAX

CROSS SLOPE

6'-5"

RAMP

5'-0"

LANDING

B.O. CURB

RAMP

0'-0"

7.5% MAX

SLOPE

1.5% MAX SLOPE

ALL DIRECTIONS

NEW CONC GUTTER, MATCH PROFILE OF EXISTING

NEW CURB

RAMP

LANDING

GENERAL RAMP NOTES

CVS PROJ MANAGER:

DRAWING BY:

DATE:

NORR JOB NUMBER:

S. HULLIHEN

S. WILSON

06-04-2012

JCDT12.0118

CREATE FLUSH AND LEVEL TRANSITION TO ADJACENT ASPHALT AT ACCESS AISLE

TITLE:

ARCHITECTURAL

ENLARGED SITE PLANS

6'-7{}"

LANDING

CURB RAMP DETAIL

NEW CONC CURB,

MATCH PROFILE OF

EXISTING

RE: 8/AS3

SHEET NUMBER:

AS2

AS2

COMMENTS:


{NOTES:}

·

·

12" MIN

18" MIN

12" MIN

TOW-AWAY ZONE

18" MIN

TOW-AWAY ZONE

PERMIT PARKING ONLY

NEW OR SALVAGED POST-MOUNTED REFLECTIVE SIGN W/ INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF ACCESSIBILITY, AND TEXT READING "TOW-AWAY ZONE" AND "PERMIT PARKING ONLY", CENTERED ON SIGN, PRINTED IN WHITE ON DARK BLUE BACKGROUND. TEXT AND GRAPHIC TO OCCUPY 75% OF SIGN MIN.

6031 FAIRBURN ROAD

DOUGLASVILLE, GA 30134

84" MIN.

ABOVE ADJACENT PARKING SURFACE/ PAVEMENT

2'-6"

3'-0"

6"

PERMIT PARKING ONLY

$500 FINE

MINIMUM

{STANDARD ACCESSIBLE SIGNS}

NEW OR SALVAGED POST-MOUNTED REFLECTIVE SIGN W/ INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF ACCESSIBILITY, AND TEXT READING "TOW-AWAY ZONE" AND "PERMIT PARKING ONLY", CENTERED ON SIGN, PRINTED IN WHITE ON DARK BLUE BACKGROUND. TEXT AND GRAPHIC TO OCCUPY 75% OF SIGN MIN.

"MINIMUM FINE $500" SIGN TO BE PLACED BELOW ACCESSIBILITY SYMBOL. FINE TEXT MAY BE ON SAME SIGN PANEL AS ISA GRAPHIC.

2" O.D. GALVANIZED POST

3/8" CROWN

PATCH BACK CONCRETE FOR CLEAN COMPLETE FINISH

COMPACTED EARTH

84" MIN.

ABOVE ADJACENT PARKING SURFACE/ PAVEMENT

2'-6"

3'-0"

ACCESSIBLE PARKING SIGNAGE

6"

VAN

ACCESSIBLE

$500 FINE

MINIMUM

{VAN-ACCESSIBLE SIGNS}

"VAN ACCESSIBLE" SIGN TO BE PLACED BELOW ACCESSIBILITY SYMBOL. TEXT MAY BE ON SAME SIGN PANEL AS ISA GRAPHIC.

"MINIMUM FINE $500" SIGN TO BE PLACED BELOW "VAN ACCESSIBLE" SIGN AND ACCESSIBILITY SYMBOL. FINE TEXT MAY BE ON SAME SIGN PANEL AS ISA GRAPHIC.

2" O.D. GALVANIZED POST

3/8" CROWN

PATCH BACK CONCRETE FOR CLEAN COMPLETE FINISH

COMPACTED EARTH

3'-0"

4"

2'-4"

4"

3'-0"

2'-4"

4"

BLUE PAINT

WHITE PAINT

{DETAIL NOTE:

}GRID SQUARES ARE 2 1/4" RE: ANSI A117.1, FIG. 703.6.3.1

INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL

OF ACCESSIBLITY (ISA)

T.O. SIDEWALK

ELEV =

0'-6"

EXPANSION JOINT, RE: 7/AS3

CONTRACTION JOINT, RE: 7/AS3

CONCRETE RAMP,

CURB RAMP SECTION

EXISTING LANDSCAPING AREA

NEW CURB,

CONCRETE LANDING, RE: 7/AS3

EXPANSION JOINT, RE: 7/AS3

T.O. LANDING

ELEV =

0'-0"

4

NOT USED

ARCHITECT OF RECORD

AS3

1/2" = 1'-0"

AS3

AS3

AS3

{NOTE:

}UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON PLANS, CONTRACTION JOINTS TO BE 5'-0" O.C. AND EXPANSION JOINTS TO BE 40'-0" O.C.

MAX., OR AT BACK OF CURB, CHANGE OF DIRECTION, OTHER WALK, UTILITY APPURTENANCE, OR FACE OF STRUCTURE.

EXISTING PAVING

7'-0"

CURB RAMP

CROSS SLOPE 1.5% MAX

31'-0"

LANDING

MAX SLOPE 1.5%

IN ALL DIRECTIONS

7'-0{}"

CURB RAMP

CROSS SLOPE 1.5% MAX

41'-7"

PAVING

MAX SLOPE 1.5%

IN ALL DIRECTIONS

EXISTING PAVING

PROVIDE SMOOTH

TRANSITION TO

EXISTING SIDEWALK

WITH EXPANSION

JOINT

T.O. SIDEWALK

ELEV =

CONCRETE PAVING

RE: 7/AS3

7.5% MAX

EXPANSION JOINT RE:7/AS3

0'-6" ELEV =

T.O. LANDING

ELEV =

0'-0"

EXPANSION JOINT RE:7/AS3

CONCRETE

PAVING

7.5% MAX

PROVIDE SMOOTH TRANSITION TO EXISTING SIDEWALK WITH EXPANSION JOINT, RE:7/AS3

T.O. SWLK

0'-6"

1/8" RADIUS

TOOLED JOINT

1 1/4"

1/8"

PREMOLDED FILLER

4000 PSI AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE

6X6, 1.4/1.4 WWF, CENTERED IN SLAB

CA-6 STONE BASE

1/2"

JOINT SEALANT, FLUSH WITH PAVING

1/8" RADIUS

5"

4"

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

{CONTRACTION JOINT}

{EXPANSION JOINT}

PAVING SECTION

NOT USED

CONCRETE PAVING DETAIL

REVISIONS:

AS3

AS3

AS3

06-04-2012 PERMIT SET

TOP OF CURB VARIES

6"

2" RADIUS

CURB BEYOND

CURB RAMP

1-18" LONG x 1-1/4" DIA. COATED DOWEL BAR

CVS PROJ MANAGER:

S. HULLIHEN

VARIES

{NOTE:

}CURB MAY BE CONSTRUCTED

MONOLITHICALLY WITH RAMP

PAVING SURFACE

EXPANSION JOINT

GUTTER, 1.5% MAX SLOPE

1/2" MAX

{NOTE:

}HEIGHT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GUTTER AND CURB RAMP

SHALL BE FLUSH AND LEVEL

3/4" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT TO BEGIN TRANSITION CURB

GUTTER

BIT. CONCRETE

CA-6 STONE BASE

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

MIN

2"

6"

MIN

DRAWING BY:

DATE:

NORR JOB NUMBER:

TITLE:

S. WILSON

06-04-2012

JCDT12.0118

ARCHITECTURAL

SITE DETAILS

{NOTE:

}ISOMETRIC VIEW SHOWING METHOD OF CURB TAPER

SHEET NUMBER:

CURB DETAILS

CURB TERMINATION DETAIL 10

NOT USED

11

ASPHALT PAVING DETAIL

AS3

AS3

AS3

AS3

AS3

COMMENTS:

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