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GENERAL NOTES951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100951 16TH. ST.DENVER, CO 80202951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 8681 2 3 4 5 67 8 94A-0.1TITLE SHEET


RESPONSIBILITY SCHEDULEGENERALFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T. L.L.G.C.REMARKSELECTRICALFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C. A.T. L.L. G.C. REMARKSINTERIOR/ SALESFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L.G.C.REMARKSFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L.G.C.REMARKSPERMITTING AND FEESAPPLICATION SUBMITTED BY AT, PAID BY G.C.ELECTRICAL SERVICEEXISTINGINTERIOR PARTITIONSINTERIOR PARTITIONSSEE PARTITION DETAILSBARRICADE (PAINTED)4" MAIN CONDUIT FROM L.L. ELECT. ROOMTO LOCATION SHOWN ON LEASE OUTLINE DOCUMENTS. G.C. TOVERIFY LOCATION. - EXISTINGFURRING AND BLOCKINGAS NECESSARYPAINTED WALL FINISHSEE INTERIOR ELEVATIONS FOR INSTALLATION NOTESBARRICADE SIGNAGEBY ANN TAYLOR. INSTALLED BY G.C.SERVICE WIRINGFROM ELEC. ROOM TO TENANT SPACE. WIRE SIZED FOR 400AMP SERVICE. - EXISTINGCEILING / SOFFIT FINISHSEE INTERIOR ELEVATIONS FOR INSTALLATION NOTES2X2 ACT CEILINGCLEANING, TRASH REMOVAL DUMPSTERDISCONNECT SWITCH IN TENANT SPACELOCATED WITHIN BASEMENT OF TENANT SPACE PERAPPROVED PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONSPAINTED WALL FINISHSEE INTERIOR ELEVATIONS FOR SPECIAL INSTALLATION NOTESWOOD FLOORINGNAIL DOWN OVER 3/4" PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR. FIRE RATED IF REQUIREDTEMPORARY TELEPHONE/ FAX/ DIGITALCAMERAWEEKLY PHOTOS REQUIREDSWITCH AT ELECTRICAL ROOMLOCATED WITHIN BASEMENT OF TENANT SPACE PERAPPROVED PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONSSTRUCTURAL COLUMN FINISHFURRED GYP. BD., SEE PARTITION DETAILS3/4" PLYWOOD SUB-FLOORTEMPORARY POWER/ LIGHTSFUSES AT ELECTRICAL ROOMWOOD FLOORINGLEVEL WITHIN 1/8"WOOD BASEMAPLE BASEDEMOLITIONELECTRICAL PANELS (INC. BREAKERS)ALL PANELS MUST HAVE ALL CIRCUITS LABELED AND SHALLCONTAIN A MANUF. ELECTRICAL INFO. LABEL3/4" PLYWOOD SUB-FLOORFIRE RATED AS REQUIREDMAPLE CORNER GUARDSAS SHOWN ON PLANCONCRETE SLABMETERCERAMIC TILE FLOORING AND GROUTTHINSET INSTALLATION. GROUT BY G.C.WARDROBING AREAFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T. L.L. G.C.REMARKSCONCRETE SLAB - STRIP & CLEANSEE SPECIFICATIONSMETER SOCKETWOOD BASEBASE SUPPLIED PRIMED, AND PAINTED P-4 IN FIELD BY G.C.2X2 ACT CEILINGCAULK GRID TO DRYWALLCONCRETE SLAB - LEVELINGG.C. TO LEVEL SLAB IN AREA OF MOBILE STORAGE FIXTURES ASREQUIRED.CT CABINETCARPETING W/ INTEGRATED RUBBER PAD ATCASHWRAPGYPSUM SOFFIT DROPS, PAINTEDCONCRETE FLOOR - BEAD BLASTALLOWANCE FOR STORES WITH POOR. EXIST. FLOORS ONLYWIRING TROUGHMETAL FLOORING TRANSITION STRIPSREFER TO DETAILS ON A-8.1, MITER ALL CORNERSGYPSUM PARTITIONS, PAINTED FINISHFIRE TREATED PLYWOOD IN PARTITION FOR BLOCKINGCONCRETE FLOOR - PRIME & SEALTRANSFORMERCASHWRAP/ BACKWRAP COUNTERCARPETING W/ INTEGRATED PADDINGCONCRETE CUTTING & PATCHINGONLY UTILIZE LANDLORD REQUIRED ELECTRICAL CONTR. FORALL ELECTRICAL & FIRE ALARM CORING / TRENCHINGTIME CLOCKPERIMETER FIXTURESCRATING AND FREIGHT BY FURNITURE CONTRACTOR, UNWRAPAND SET BY G.C.SCHLUTER TRANSITION STRIPSEE TRANSITION DETAILS ON A-8.1, MITER ALL CORNERSFLOORING TRANSITIONSSEE DETAILS FOR MATERIALSCONTACTORSLOOSE FIXTURESCRATING AND FREIGHT BY FURNITURE CONTRACTOR, UNWRAPAND SET BY G.C.WOOD BASEWOOD BASE, MAPLE FINISHINSULATIONPROVIDE FOR ALL EXTERIOR UNINSULATED ROOF ANDEXTERIOR WALLS AS REQ'D.FUSESHARDWARE, SHELVING, FACEOUTS,COMPONENTSCRATING AND FREIGHT BY FURNITURE CONTRACTOR, UNWRAPAND SET BY G.C.PREFAB WARDROBING PARTSUNLOADING TRUCK, INCLUDES CRATING AND FREIGHT BYFURNITURE CONTRACTORSTOCKROOM/ CORRIDOR/ TOILET ROOM DOORSSEE DOOR SCHEDULEELEC. EQUIPMENT ROUGH INFURNITUREUNCRATING AND SETUP BY G.C.WARDROBING DOORS AND DOOR HARDWAREPER DOOR SCHEDULEREAR SERVICE DOORDOOR HARDWAREDETEX ALARMS AT EXIT DOORSSHOP DRAWINGSDEMISING WALLSPREMISES TO BE BROOM CLEAN &ASBESTOS FREESTOREFRONTSTRUCTURAL STEEL FRAME/ GYPSUM FINISHFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L.G.C.A.T. L.L.G.C.SEE HARDWARE SCHEDULE - COORDINATE INSTALLATION WITHANN TAYLOR P.M. AND LANDLORDSEE HARDWARE SCHEDULESEE HARDWARE SCHEDULE. TO BE HARDWIRED.PER SCHEDULE ON A-7.1EXISTINGREMARKSSHOP DRAWINGS REQUIREDELEC. EQUIPMENT FINISHLIGHT FIXTURESEMERGENCY LIGHT FIXTURESEXIT LIGHTING / EXIT SIGNAGEAUDIO SYSTEM AND SALES AREA SPEAKERSCONVENIENCE OUTLETSSERVICE DOOR BELL CHIMESECURITYSENSORMATIC SYSTEMTRACK LIGHTING TO BE CAULKED TO DRYWALLAS SPECIFIED ON REFLECTED CEILING PLAN A-3.1COORDINATED BY G.C. WITH MUZAK (POWER & JUNCTION BYG.C.)LOCATE PER ANN TAYLOR PROJECT MANAGERG.C. TO PROVIDE JUNCTION BOXES AND CONDUITG.C. TO PROVIDE JUNCTION BOXES AND CONDUITFIXTURE INSTALLATION - ALL COMPONENTSAREA RUGS AT SEATING AREA/ SHOE AREATIN CEILING TILESCEILING GRIDCUSTOM PROFILE CROWN MOLDINGGYPSUM CEILING/ ACCESS PANELSDISPLAY HANGERS, VISUAL ITEMS, BUSTFORMSPANEL BRICKINTERIOR SIGNAGEINCLUDES UNCRATING AND TRASH REMOVALGRID COLOR SHALL BE WHITEALL CROWN MOLDING TO BE PAINTED WHITE BY G.C.COORDINATE INSTALLATION WITH ANN TAYLOR P.M.USE SURFACE MTD. TRIM TYPEPAINTED AND GROUTED IN FIELD BY G.C.WARDROBING ROOM INSTALLATIONDISPLAY RAILS3-WAY MIRRORINDIVIDUAL WARDROBING ROOM MIRRORSINDIVIDUAL WARDROBING ROOM BENCH3/4" PLYWOOD SUB-FLOORMAPLE CORNER GUARDSROOFPENETRATIONSFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L.G.C.INCLUDES UNCRATING AND TRASH REMOVALJ-RAIL TRIM PROVIDED BY FURNITURE CONTRACTOR, BLOCKINGBY G.C.FRAMING AND ELECTRICAL BY G.C./ SCRIBE AND FINISH TIGHTTO FRAMEFRAMING AND ELECTRICAL BY G.C.UNCRATING AND SETUP BY G.C.FIRE RATED AS REQUIREDFOR ALL EXPOSED GYP. BD. CORNERSREMARKSCOORDINATE W/ LANDLORD CRITERIA951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868STOREFRONT GLAZING/ FRAMING SYSTEMCOORDINATION BY G.C.TELEPHONE JUNCTION BOXSTOCK ROOM AREAFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L. G.C.REMARKSMAINTENANCEGLAZING STABILIZER CLIPSN/ATELEPHONESPAINTED DECKALL VISIBLE ELEMENTS; TWO COATSCLEAR HEIGHTSSLIDING GRILLEN/A1" TELEPHONE CONDUIT1" EMPTY CONDUIT W/ PULL STRING - EXISTINGPARTITIONS, PAINTED FINISHACCESS PANELSAS REQUIREDFIRE ALARM SYSTEMG.C. TO COORDINATE INSTALLATION WITH LANDLORD AND LL'SFIRE ALARM SUB CONTRACTOR.V.C.T. FLOORING/ VINYL BASELEASE SCOPE OF WORK NOTESSTOREFRONT SIGNAGEG.C. TO PROVIDE POWER AND FINAL CONNECTIONP.O.S. WIRING/ CASH REGISTERSCONDUIT'S JUNCTIONS W/ PULL STRING BY G.C.FREESTANDING SHELVING SYSTEMINSTALLED BY VENDORE.I.F.S. FINISH1" CONDUIT FOR FUTURE TRAFFIC COUNTEREMPTY CONDUIT RUNNING FROM PHONE BOARD TO THECENTER OF ENTRY, 1' BEHIND ENTRY DOORSMOBILE SHELVINGG.C. TO PROVIDE LEVEL FLOOR WITHIN 1/8" TOLERANCE.VESTIBULE: FRAMING, GLAZING, DOORSCOORDINATION BY G.C.H.V.A.C.FURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C. A.T. L.L. G.C. REMARKSHANGER TIGHT RACKVESTIBULE GYPSUM CEILINGA.C. EQUIPMENT (SEE MECH. PLAN)WALL MOUNTED SHELVINGMALL FLOORING/ TILE FLOORING TO LEASELINEN/AA.C. WIRE & CONNECTIONSLOCKERSG.C. TO ATTACH TO WALLEXTERIOR PAVING TO LEASE LINEG.C. TO PATCH AS REQUIREDHVAC EQUIPMENT ROOF CURBS /STRUCTURAL SUPPORTAS REQUIREDREFRIGERATORGENERAL ELECTRIC ITEM#: TAX4SNCWH, WHITEBLADE SIGNCOORDINATE WITH LANDLORD. BLOCKING BY G.C.DIFFUSERS & GRILLESSHOP DRAWINGS REQUIREDSHIPPING TABLESEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE, BLOCKING BY G.C.VINYL WINDOW LOGOSTOILET EXHAUST FANCONNECTION TO LANDLORD SYSTEM BY G.C.LUNCH COUNTERSEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE, BLOCKING BY G.C.BANNERSN/ATHERMOSTATS & CONTROLSCOORDINATE LOCATION WITH ANN TAYLOR P.M.LEARNING CENTERPLATFORM FRAMING / DECKINGAWNINGSN/AA.C. CONTROL WIRING LOW VOLTAGESTAINLESS STEEL CORNER GUARDSLOCATE 2"X2" BY 48" GUARDS AT ALL OUTSIDE CORNERS TO4'-0" A.F.F. (#285077 TWIN CITY HARDWARE, 1-800-747-1980)NEUTRAL PIERSEXISTINGA.C. WIRING LINE VOLTAGEHANGERTIGHT CART/P.C. CARTASSEMBLED BY G.C.BULKHEADEXISTINGDUCTSFIRST 15' OF DUCT FROM UNIT TO BE LINED W/ ACC. INSUL. ALLOTHER AREAS WRAPPED. STOCK RM. DUCTS PAINTED BY G.C.FIRST AID KITFURNISHEDBYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L.G.C.REMARKSAIR BALANCINGSUBMIT CERTIFIED REPORT TO ANN TAYLOR PROJECTMANAGERBULLETIN BOARDPER MANAGER'S DIRECTIONCUTTING & EXTENDING TO TOILET ROOM BY G.C.; G.C. TOVERIFY LOCATION. VERIFY LOCATION IN FIELDECONOMIZERIRONING BOARD AND CADDYPER MANAGER'S DIRECTION4" SANITARY LINE - EXISTINGEXISTINGFIRE DAMPERS (AS SHOWN)SEE MECHANICAL PLANVACUUM CLEANERPER MANAGER'S DIRECTION4" VENT LINE - EXISTINGEXISTINGSMOKE EVACUATION SYSTEMPVC TUBE6" X 40" PVC CAPPED BOTH ENDS. MOUNT ON WALL NEARELECTRICAL PANELSROUGH IN FOR EQUIPMENTEXISTINGSMOKE DETECTORS (AS SHOWN)SEE MECHANICAL/ ELECTRICAL PLANSMANAGER'S OFFICEFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L. G.C.REMARKSFINAL CONNECTIONEXISTINGTOILET ROOMFURNISHED BYA.T. L.L. G.C.A.T.L.L.G.C.REMARKS2X4 ACT CEILING FINISHEXISTINGFLOOR DRAIN (AS SHOWN)SEE MECHANICAL PLAN (IF EXISTING)2X4 A.C.T. CEILING FINISHCEILING PLATFORM FRAMING/ DECKINGN/AAC DRAINCEILING PLATFORM FRAMING/ DECKINGSEE DETAIL SHEET A-6.1 FOR PLATFORM DETAILPARTITIONS, PAINTED FINISHELECTRIC WATER COOLEREXISTINGPARTITIONS WITH WATERPROOF GYPSUMVINYL FLOORING AND BASEWATER HEATER / INSTA-HOTWATERPROOFING MEMBRANELATICRETE #9235 OR EQUALWORK COUNTER/ SHELVINGSEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE, BLOCKING BY G.C.GAS PIPING A/CG.C. TO VERIFY IN FIELDFLOORING AND BASESEE FINISH SCHEDULE ON A-7.1SAFEBOLT TO FLOORTOILET ROOM FIXTURESEXISTING - MODIFIY AS REQUIRED TO MEET ALLAPPLICABLE CODESF.R.P. WALL FINISHTO 48" ABOVE FLOOR. PAINTED FINISH ABOVECERT. OF OCCUPANCY/ CONTRACTOR SUBLISTMOUNT ON BACKDOOR OF MANAGER'S OFFICESPRINKLER (MAIN) - EXISTINGG.C. TO CONFIRM CONDITION/ LOCATIONSACCESSORIES / HANDRAILSPER LISTING ON DETAIL SHEET A-4.2SPRINKLER SYSTEM DESIGN/MODIFICATIONSPRINKLER HEADS & BRANCH LINESHOSE BIB -OR- SERVICE/MOP SINKFIRE EXTINGUISHERSPROVIDE SHOP DRAWING TO A.T. AND LANDLORD.T.G.C. TO USE LL SUBSEMI-RECESSED HEADS IN A.C.T. AND CONCEALED HEADS INGYP. BD. CEILINGS, COLOR TO BE WHITE. T.G.C. TO USE LL SUBSEE PLAN.INSTALL AS DIRECTED BY FIRE MARSHALSOAP DISPENSERWALL MOUNTED SHELVINGH.C. SIGNAGEDOOR, FRAME THRESHOLDPER CODESEE DOOR SCHEDULE ON A-7.1A-0.2RESPONSIBILITYSCHEDULE


D/ENOTESSTOCK28'-1 3 8"EXISTINGR.R.N.I.C. EXISTINGB.O.H. & RESTROOMSTO REMAIN.PROVIDE FINALCLEANING ONLYSTORE LOCATION - IMMEDIATELY AFTER DEMOLITION, GENERAL CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS AND DIMENSIONS ON THE PLAN. VERIFYTHE FOLLOWING SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR CONSTRUCTION AND LOCATIONS OF EACH. RETURN SHEET TO ARCHITECT OF RECORDELECTRIC SERVICE:1.2.3.EXISTING VOLTAGE AND AMPS (120/208 OR 277/480)SERVICE ON OR TEMPORARY POWERMETER SETGAS SERVICE:1.2.STUBBED TO SPACESPRINKLER:1.HVAC:METER #SPRINKLER MAIN STUBBED TO SPACE (ISOLATION VALVE, FLOW VALVES, ETC.)VERIFY THE FOLLOWING SITE CONDITIONS:1. DEMOLITION BY LANDLORD OR GENERAL CONTRACTOR2. CONFIRM SPACE DIMENSIONS PER CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS3. COLUMNS- CONFIRM SIZE AND LOCATION- CONFIRM SIZE OF FOOTING4. CONCEALED STRUCTURES (PIPES, DUCT CHASE, ROOF DRAINS, PVC IN PLENUM,ETC.)5. LOW STRUCTURES (HVAC, SPRINKLER LINES, ETC.)6. EXPANSION JOINT7. SLAB CONDITION AND TYPE8. STOREFRONT CONDITIONSSYMBOL3. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTEDDESCRIPTIONLEASE LINEDEMISING WALL1. ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN REFLECT THE OUTLINE OF THE LEASE LINE.2. OBSERVE WHERE LEASE LINE FALLS, I.E. FRONT, BACK OR CENTER OF DEMISEDWALL FOR ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS.- OUTSIDE FACE OF STOREFRONT, CENTERLINE OF WALLS, OUTSIDEFACE OF REAR WALL1. GC TO VERIFY DIMENSIONS AFTERDEMOLITION AND PROVIDE HARDCOPY OFDRAWING TO ARCHITECT AND AT WITHINFIVE DAYS OF DEMOLITION COMPLETION2. GC TO PREPARE A RECORD SET OFAS-BUILT DRAWINGS TO CLIENT, ARCHITECT &LANDLORD3. GC TO ARRANGE A SITE MEETING WITH MALLMANAGEMENT PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OFWORK.4. GC TO CONFIRM LOCATIONS AND SIZES OFEXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TO BERE-USED.ADDRESS VERIFICATION:GC TO VERIFY ADDRESS FORSHIPMENTS TO THIS SPACE ANDPROVIDE TO DESIGN MANAGER ATSTART OF CONSTRUCTION.1.2.RESPONSIBILITY BY LANDLORD OR TENANTROOF TOP UNITS SUPPLIED, CURBS AND SIZE OF MAIN DUCT- SUPPLIED BY LANDLORD OR TENANT9. ANY OBSTRUCTIONS (FIRE CURTAIN, ETC.)EXISTINGMGR.EXISTINGR.R.3.PROVIDE MANUFACTURER AND SERIAL NO.PLUMBING:10. ANY BULKHEAD RESTRICTIONS11. TENANT VS. MALL/STREET ELEVATION VARIANCEFIRE ALARM:1. G.C. TO VERIFY CLEARANCE OF 13-0" BELOW. NOTIFY CLIENT OF ANYOBSTRUCTION.ADDITIONAL NOTES TO PROJECT MANAGER:1.2.3.SANITARY LINE SUPPLIEDVENT LINE AVAILABLEWATER STUBBED TO SPACE1. IF SYSTEM REQUIRED2. SMOKE EVACUATION REQUIRED3. REAR SERVICE DOOR LOCATED PER PLANS AND CONFORMS TO ADA1. VERIFY ADDRESS WITH PROJECT SCHEDULEC/DLANDLORD EXISTING EQUIPMENT:TOTAL LEASE SQUARE FOOTAGE:6,018 SQ. FT.59'-5"1. VERIFY IF ANY OTHER TENANTS PANELS, ALARMS ORSHUT-OFFS ARE WITHIN OUR SPACE2. ANY LANDLORD EQUIPMENT REQUIRING ACCESS16'-2 3 4"48'-2 1 2"90'-0"3. ANY OBVIOUS CODE VIOLATIONS4. DELIVERIES- ANY POTENTIAL ISSUES CONCERNING ACCESS TO SPACE73'-1 7 8"14'-9 1 34" 58'-4 5 8"45C11'-8 1 2"WARDROBINGDISPLAY AREA951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 8681'-6 1 2"SALES FLOOR416'-9 1 2"A.7A.722.59'-8"VESTIBULE125'-7 5 8"SQUARE FOOTAGE CHECK PLANSCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"10'-1 3 8"DISPLAY AREA65'-6 1 8"A-0.3SQUARE FOOTAGECHECK PLANLEASE EXHIBIT SCOPE


D/EEXISTING VCT. FL.1011EXISTING TILE FL.9N.I.C. EXISTINGB.O.H. & RESTROOMSTO REMAIN.PROVIDE FINALCLEANING ONLYTENANT SAFETY NOTES1. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL BE CONFINED TO THEINTERIOR SPACE AND WILL NOT CREATE DUST, DIRT OROTHER SUCH INCONVENIENCES TO OTHER BUILDINGTENANTS.2. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL NOT BLOCK HALLWAYS ORMEANS OF EGRESS FOR TENANTS OF THE BUILDING.3. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL NOT INVOLVE INTERRUPTIONOF HEATING, WATER OR ELECTRIC SERVICES TO OTHERTENANTS OF THE BUILDING.4. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL BE CONFINED TO NORMALWORKING HRS. 8 AM TO 5 PM, MON. THRU FRI., EXCEPTLEGAL HOLIDAYS AND/OR AS REQUIRED BY BUILDINGMANAGEMENT.5. EXISTING FIRE ALARM SYSTEM & WIRING TO BE COILED &SUPPORTED IN CEILING FOR RELOCATION6. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AND ALARMS MUST REMAIN ACTIVEAT ALL TIMES7. PROVIDE FIRE WATCH AT ALL TIMES REQ'D BY BUILDINGRULES AND REGULATIONS AND APPLICABLE CODES.NOTE: DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR TO BE APPROVED BYLANDLORDKEY NOTES1 DISPLAY AREA / VESTIBULE AREA TO REMAIN. GC TO CLEANAND REFURBISH TO LIKE NEW CONDITION. REMOVE ANYGRAPHIC TRACK OR MERCHANDISING MATERIAL234567EXISTING STOREFRONT TO REMAIN. GC TO CLEAN ANDREFURBISH TO LIKE "NEW" CONDITION.GC TO INSTALL NEW FINISHES ON COLUMN ENCLOSURESDOWN TO FIRE PROOFING MATERIALS. GC TO MAINTAIN FIRERATING AS REQUIRED BY CODE AND PREPARE SURFACE FORNEW FINISHES.EXISTING GYP. BD. METAL STUD WALL TO REMAIN. GC TOREMOVE ALL FINISHES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TOSLATWALL, MERCHANDISING FIXTURES, FURRING, ETC DOWNTO GYP. BD. GC TO PATCH AND REPAIR WALL AS REQUIREDTO MAINTAIN FIRE RATING.EXISTING SALES AREA AND WARDROBING AREA FLOORFINISHES TO BE REMOVED DOWN TO CONCRETE SLABINCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL ADHESIVES, TILES, NAILS,SECURITY SYSTEMS, ETC.EXISTING SALES AREA AND WARDROBING AREAMERCHANDISING FIXTURES, WALL FINISHES MIRRORS, ETC TOBE REMOVED FROM THE PREMISES. GC TO PATCH ANDREPAIR ADJACENT SURFACES AS REQUIRED.EXISTING PARTITIONS, DOORS, FRAMES, ETC. TO BEREMOVED. GC TO PATCH AND REPAIR ADJACENT AREAS ASREQUIRED.8910111213EXISTING DOOR AND FRAME TO REMAIN. GC TO BRING TO"LIKE NEW" CONDITION. SEE SHEET A-7.1 FORSPECIFICATIONS.EXISTING TOILET ROOM TO REMAIN. T.G.C. TO CLEAN ANDREFURBISH TO LIKE "NEW" CONDITION. ADD OR REPLACEACCESSORIES AS REQUIRED TO MEET ALL LOCAL, STATE ANDFEDERAL ADA ACCESSIBILITY CODES, SEE SHEET A-4.2 FORSPECIFICATIONS.EXISTING ELECTRIC WATER COOLER TO REMAIN. T.G.C. TOCLEAN AND REFURBISH TO LIKE "NEW" CONDITION. REPLACEELECTRIC WATER COOLER AS REQUIRED TO MEET ALL LOCAL,STATE AND FEDERAL ADA ACCESSIBILITY CODES, SEE SHEETA-4.2 FOR SPECIFICATIONS.EXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TO REMAIN. G.C. TOPROTECT AND MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT DURINGCONSTRUCTION. GC TO COORDINATE NEW AND EXISTINGEQUIPMENT WITH ENGINEERING DRAWINGS.EXISTING HVAC UNIT(S) TO BE MODIFUED TO ACCOMODATENEW STORE LAYOUT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TODUCTWORK, HANGERS, DIFFUSERS, REGISTERS,THERMOSTATS, ETC. NOT BEING REUSED. SEE SHEET M-1.1FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.EXISTING CASHWRAP TO BE REMOVED. GC TO PATCH ANDREPAIR ADJACENT AREAS AS REQUIRED.15161718EXISTING STOCKROOM FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT TOREMAIN. GC TO CLEAN AND REFURBISH TO LIKE "NEW"CONDITION.EXISTING OFFICE TO REMAIN. GC TO CLEAN AND REFURBISHTO LIKE "NEW" CONDITION.EXISTING FITTING ROOM PARTITIONS, DOORS, ANDHARDWARE, TO BE REMOVED. EXISTING BENCHES, MIRRORS,ETC. TO BE REMOVED FROM PREMISES.EXISTING SALES AREA AND WARDROBING AREA FLOORFINISHES TO BE REMOVED DOWN TO CONCRETE SLABINCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL ADHESIVES, TILES, NAILS,SECURITY SYSTEMS, ETC.19 REMOVE EXISTING PLATFORM WOOD FLOOREXISTING VCT. FL.169EXISTING TILE FL.EXISTING FLOOR FINISH TO BE REMOVEDAEXISTING WOOD FLOOR PLANKING AT TILECEXISTING CARPETGENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES1. THE DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FAMILIARIZING HIMSELF WITH THEMALL RULES & REGULATIONS BEFORE & DURING THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION. SHOULDA CONFLICT ARISE BETWEEN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS & THE MALL RULES, THECONTRACTOR IS TO NOTIFY ARCHITECT AND AT IMMEDIATELY. MALL RULES & REGULATIONSSHALL GOVERN EXCEPT WHERE THEY ARE IN CONFLICT W/ APPLICABLE CODES &ORDINANCES.BEXISTING FLOOR TILEDEXISTING V.C.T. FLOORING2. DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE ALL PHASES OF DEMOLITION FOR PROJECT ANDNOTIFY ARCHITECT AND AT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES OR CONFLICTING CONDITIONS WHICHWOULD INTERFERE WITH THE SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF THE WORK, PRIOR TO THESTART OF CONSTRUCTION.C/D3. DEMOLITION SHALL BE DONE IN NEAT WORKMANLIKE MANNER WITHIN THE LIMITS INDICATEDIN THE DRAWINGS AND IN ALL CASES TO THE EXTENT NEEDED TO PRODUCE THE INTENDEDWORK.4. A) GENERAL CONTRACTOR (G.C.) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DEMOLITION & REMOVAL OF ALLDEBRIS AND DISCARDED MATERIALS AND/OR EQUIPMENT AS INDICATED WITHIN THE SPACE.B) G.C. IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVAL OF MATERIALS FROM BUILDING PREMISES ON ADAILY BASIS. DO NOT MIX CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS WITH THAT OF BUILDING OCCUPANTS.15EXISTING TILE FL.5. G.C. IS TO COORDINATE WITH MALL MANAGEMENT THE USE OF SERVICES, AND TO CONFORMTO ALL BUILDING REGULATIONS WITH REGARD TO DEMOLITION.6. A) ALL MAJOR DEMOLITION AND NOISE CREATING WORK SHALL BE COORDINATED WITH MALLMANAGEMENT FOR ALLOWABLE HOURS OF OPERATION.B) THE FOLLOWING WORK, IN WHICH LANDLORD IS TO BE NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE, MUST BEDONE ON OVERTIME AND NOT DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS:- DEMOLITION WHICH PER MALL MANAGER'S JUDGMENT MAY CAUSE DISRUPTION TOOTHER TENANTS.- WORK PERFORMED OUTSIDE OF TENANT'S PREMISES.- OTHER ACTIVITIES THAT, IN MALL MANAGER'S JUDGMENT, MAY DISTURB OTHER TENANTS.7. G.C. TO COORDINATE WITH THE MALL MANAGEMENT, AT & ARCHITECT AS TO THEPROTECTION AND/OR STORAGE OF ANY ITEMS TO BE SAVED FROM DEMOLITION.8. G.C. TO CONFIRM WITH AT & ARCHITECT BEFORE START OF DEMOLITION WHICH ITEMSINDICATED ON DRAWINGS ARE TO BE REMOVED FROM SITE FOR ITEMS DEEMED NOTREQUIRED BY AT.9. G.C. IS RESPONSIBLE TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING ITEMS TO REMAIN THROUGHOUT THECOURSE OF DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION.10. G.C. MUST PROVIDE ALL REQUIRED PROTECTION TO ALL SURROUNDING AREASTHROUGHOUT COURSE OF DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION.11. G.C. IS RESPONSIBLE TO REPAIR AND/OR REPLACE ANY DAMAGE IN THE SURROUNDINGAREAS CAUSED BY DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION IN "AREA OF WORK."12. A) ALL UNUSED PLUMBING, SHEET METAL DUCTS, AND EQUIPMENT LINES MUST BEREMOVED AND CAPPED AT THE MAIN RISER OR BRANCH CONNECTION.B) ALL BUILDING SHUTDOWNS - ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, HVAC EQUIPMENT, FIRE AND LIFESAFETY SYSTEM- MUST BE COORDINATED WITH MALL MANAGEMENT IN ADVANCE.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 86813. G.C. SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSSES INCURRED IN THE EVENT THAT THE LOSSOF ANY SERVICE PREVENTS THE CLIENT FROM CONDUCTING BUSINESS.ELECTRICAL/DATA/PHONE:14. ANY REMOVAL OF SUCH ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE DONE IN SUCH A WAY AS TOALLOW THE OPERATIONS OF ADJACENT TENANTS TO CONTINUE WITHOUT INTERRUPTIONOF ANY SERVICE DURING DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALLTAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THIS ORDER.34515. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROBE ALL CABLES PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO INSURE THAT NOOPERATIONS ARE INADVERTENTLY INTERRUPTED.16. REMOVE ALL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED FOR NEW WORK.17. REMOVE ALL POWER/DATA & TELEPHONE OUTLETS IN PARTITIONS AND COLUMNENCLOSURES WHICH ARE DEEMED TO BE REMOVED, AS WELL AS IN CORE WALLSTHROUGHOUT. REMOVE ALL ABANDONED ELECTRICAL AND TELECOMMUNICATIONSCABLING & CONDUIT BACK TO THE SOURCE.CCWOOD FLOOR DIRECTIONA7REMOVEEXISTINGDOORWOOD FLOOR DIRECTIONAC13FLOOR OUTLETS:18. ALL POWER/DATA FLOOR OUTLETS ARE TO BE REMOVED & SHALL HAVE WIRE/CABLEREMOVED BACK TO ORIGINAL SOURCE. COORDINATE W/ ENG. DRAWINGS. QUANTITIES &CONDITIONS VIF.19. REMOVE & CAP ALL ELECTRICAL AND DATA OUTLETS NOT BEING REUSED IN AREAS OFWORK. COORDINATE W/ ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS.TELECOM/DATA:20. REMOVE ALL TELEPHONE AND DATA CABLING FROM DEVICE BACK TO THE RACKS OF THEEXISTING COMMUNICATIONS CLOSET. COORDINATE WITH TELECOMMUNICATIONS VENDORAND CLIENT. G.C. SHALL HAVE AN ELECTRICIAN ON PREMISES DURING DEMOLITIONAFFECTING ELECTRICAL LINES IN AREA OF WORK AND ADJACENT SPACES.DUCTWORK:REFER TO MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.PARTITIONS:21. A) REMOVE ALL PARTITIONS IN THEIR ENTIRETY, WHERE INDICATED, INCLUDING GYPSUMWALL BOARD AND PLASTER PARTITIONS.B) REMOVE ALL ASSOCIATED STUDS, TRACKS, FINISHES, ETC. AT PARTITIONS TO BEREMOVED.C) REMOVE ALL CORNER GUARDS.5TYP.71342PIPING REMOVAL:22. ELECTRICAL CONDUITS AND PIPING STACKS IN EXISTING WALLS WHICH ARE DEEMED TOBE REMOVED, SHALL BE DEMOLISHED, UNLESS THEY RUN FROM FLOOR SLAB TO FLOORSLAB. COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER AS REQUIRED.23. A) REMOVE ALL DOORS, FRAMES AND RELATED HARDWARE, WHERE INDICATED.B) COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT FOR DOORS, FRAMES AND HARDWARE TO BE SALVAGED.6TYP.17TYP.18TYP.CWOOD FLOOR DIRECTIONAB5TYP.6TYP.12TYP.18TYP.WOOD FLOORDIRECTIONAWOOD FLOOR DIRECTION11924. DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT REMOVE BUILDING CORE DOORS INCLUDING FIREEXIT DOORS AND ELEVATOR DOORS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.CEILINGS:25. A) REMOVE ALL CEILINGS IN THEIR ENTIRETY IN "AREA OF WORK" INCLUDING HUNGCEILING SYSTEM, DUTCHMAN, PLASTER AND GYPSUM WALL BOARD.B) REMOVE ALL ASSOCIATED, GRID, TILES, CLIPS, HANGERS ETC BACK TO SLAB ABOVELIGHT FIXTURES:26. REMOVE ALL EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURES, RECESSED AND SURFACE MOUNTED, ALL EXITLIGHTS AND SWITCHES IN "AREA OF WORK", U.O.N. ELECTRICAL FEEDS / HOMERUNS TOREMAIN FOR RECIRCUITING.MILLWORK:27. G.C. TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING MILLWORK SCHEDULED FOR DEMOLITION.FINISHES:28. WALLS: ON WALLS TO REMAIN, G.C. TO CAREFULLY REMOVE ALL EXISTING WALL FINISHES(WALL COVERING, PANELING, ETC.) AND PREPARE WALL SURFACE TO RECEIVE NEW WALLFINISHES.29. FLOORS: G.C. TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING FLOORING TO SLAB INCLUDING WOOD FLOORING,SUBFLOOR, SLEEPERS, CARPET, CARPET TILE, UNDERLAYMENT, & RESILIENT FLOORING INAREA OF WORK, EXCEPT FOR ANY FLOORING THAT HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED BY PROPERAUTHORITY AS CONTAINING ASBESTOS.30. BASE: G.C. TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING BASE INCLUDING WOOD, METAL & VINYL BASES IN"AREA OF WORK."31. THRESHOLDS: DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING METAL, WOOD & STONETHRESHOLDS AT PARTITIONS AND DOORS TO BE REMOVED.FREE STANDING COLUMNS:32. ALL FREESTANDING COLUMN ENCLOSURES ARE TO BE REMOVED TO STRUCTURAL COLUMNAT AREA OF WORK UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. G.C. TO IDENTIFY AND PROTECT ANYPLUMBING, HVAC OR ELECTRICAL RISERS TO REMAIN.4A.7BAA.7PLUMBING:33. REMOVE ALL PLUMBING FIXTURES AS SHOWN ON DEMOLITION PLAN. CAP PLUMBING LINESTEMPORARILY FOR RELOCATION PER NEW LAYOUT.34. A) CONTRACTOR TO PROBE ALL PIPING PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO INSURE NO OPERATIONSARE INADVERTENTLY INTERRUPTED.B) CAP ALL RELATED PIPING, AT PLUMBING TO BE REMOVED, BEHIND WALLS TO REMAIN ORBELOW FLOOR SURFACE.335. VERIFY EXISTING PLUMBING LINES TO REMAIN WITH ENGINEER PRIOR TO ANY REMOVALS.22.574WOOD FLOOR DIRECTIONA8C836. ALL EXISTING WALL & COLUMN MOUNTED DEVICES NOTED TO BE DEMOLISHED, INCLUDINGSWITCHES, OUTLETS, JUNCTION BOXES, THERMOSTATS, ENERGY LIGHTS, FIRE ALARMS, FIREEXTINGUISHERS, ETC. ARE TO BE REMOVED AND PROTECTED. COORDINATE WITH AT ANDARCHITECT REGARDING ITEMS TO BE SAVED.37. G.C. SHALL REMOVE ALL WALL AND FLOOR CONDUITS LEFT AFTER DEMOLITION INCLUDINGSWITCH BOXES, ELECTRICAL, TELEPHONE & DATA OUTLETS, JUNCTION BOXES, PLATES,BRIDGES, OR ANY OTHER ELECTRICAL/DATA & TELEPHONE WIRING EQUIPMENT AND ALLRELATED WIRING BACK TO THE ELECTRICAL OR TELEPHONE CLOSET. COORDINATE W/TELECOMMUNICATIONS VENDOR & AT.FIRE ALARM:REFER TO LIFE SAFETY DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.38. FIRE AND SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM (EXISTING): TO REMAIN IN OPERATION DURINGDEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION INCLUDING ALL EQUIPMENT.DEMOLITION FLOOR PLANSCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"411 A-1.1192WOOD FLOOR DIRECTIONA8DEMOLITION PLAN LEGENDEXISTING PARTITION TO REMAINEXISTING DOOR TO REMAINEXISTING PARTITION TO BE REMOVEDEXISTING DOOR AND FRAME TO BE REMOVEDLEASE LINEDEMOLITION PLAN


DEMOLITION LIGHT FIXTURE LEGENDTENANT SAFETY NOTESD/EN.I.C. EXISTINGB.O.H. & RESTROOMSTO REMAIN.PROVIDE FINALCLEANING ONLYGLCUSTOM STRIP LIGHT - TO BE REMOVEDCOMPACT FLUORESCENT DOWNLIGHT2' x 2' A.C.T. & CEILING GRID - TO BE REMOVEDTO BE REMOVED1. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL BE CONFINED TO THE INTERIOR SPACE ANDWILL NOT CREATE DUST, DIRT OR OTHER SUCH INCONVENIENCES TOOTHER BUILDING TENANTS.2. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL NOT BLOCK HALLWAYS OR MEANS OFEGRESS FOR TENANTS OF THE BUILDING.3. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL NOT INVOLVE INTERRUPTION OF HEATING,WATER OR ELECTRIC SERVICES TO OTHER TENANTS OF THE BUILDING.LECOMPACT FLUORESCENT DOWNLIGHT EMERGENCYTO BE REMOVED4. CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL BE CONFINED TO NORMAL WORKING HRS. 8AM TO 5 PM, MON. THRU FRI., EXCEPT LEGAL HOLIDAYS AND/OR ASREQUIRED BY BUILDING MANAGEMENT.FCFLUORESCENT DOWNLIGHT - TO BE REMOVEDWALL WASH TRACK HEAD - TO BE REMOVED5. EXISTING FIRE ALARM SYSTEM & WIRING TO BE COILED & SUPPORTED INCEILING FOR RELOCATION6. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AND ALARMS MUST REMAIN ACTIVE AT ALL TIMESSTOCKDPAR-FLEX ADAPTER TRAK HEAD - TO BE REMOVED7. PROVIDE FIRE WATCH AT ALL TIMES REQ'D BY BUILDING RULES ANDREGULATIONS AND APPLICABLE CODES.EXISTINGR.R.ASRECESSED DOWN LIGHT - TO BE REMOVEDSPEAKER - TO BE REMOVEDNOTE: DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR TO BE APPROVED BY LANDLORDKEY NOTESB1PENDANT LIGHT - TO BE REMOVED412EXISTING CEILING SYSTEM TO BE REMOVED INCLUDING BUT NOTLIMITED TO LIGHTING, ACT, T-GRID, GYP. BD. DIFFUSERS REGISTERS,ETC.EXISTING CEILING GRID, TILES AND LIGHT FIXTURES TO BE REMOVED3NOT USEDEXISTINGMGR.EXISTINGR.R.4 EXISTING SOFFIT TO BE REMOVED.5 EXISTING SPEAKERS TO BE REMOVED.6 REMOVE EXISTING GWB. SOFFIT.7 EXISTING AREA OF CEILING TO REMAINC/D11'-5" A.F.F.V.I.F.9'-5" A.F.F.V.I.F.9'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.GENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES1. THE DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FAMILIARIZING HIMSELF WITH THEMALL RULES & REGULATIONS BEFORE & DURING THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION. SHOULDA CONFLICT ARISE BETWEEN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS & THE MALL RULES, THECONTRACTOR IS TO NOTIFY ARCHITECT AND AT IMMEDIATELY. MALL RULES & REGULATIONSSHALL GOVERN EXCEPT WHERE THEY ARE IN CONFLICT W/ APPLICABLE CODES &ORDINANCES.2. DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE ALL PHASES OF DEMOLITION FOR PROJECT ANDNOTIFY ARCHITECT AND AT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES OR CONFLICTING CONDITIONS WHICHWOULD INTERFERE WITH THE SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF THE WORK, PRIOR TO THESTART OF CONSTRUCTION.3. DEMOLITION SHALL BE DONE IN NEAT WORKMANLIKE MANNER WITHIN THE LIMITS INDICATEDIN THE DRAWINGS AND IN ALL CASES TO THE EXTENT NEEDED TO PRODUCE THE INTENDEDWORK.4. A) GENERAL CONTRACTOR (G.C.) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DEMOLITION & REMOVAL OF ALLDEBRIS AND DISCARDED MATERIALS AND/OR EQUIPMENT AS INDICATED WITHIN THE SPACE.B) G.C. IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVAL OF MATERIALS FROM BUILDING PREMISES ON ADAILY BASIS. DO NOT MIX CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS WITH THAT OF BUILDING OCCUPANTS.5. G.C. IS TO COORDINATE WITH MALL MANAGEMENT THE USE OF SERVICES, AND TO CONFORMTO ALL BUILDING REGULATIONS WITH REGARD TO DEMOLITION.6. A) ALL MAJOR DEMOLITION AND NOISE CREATING WORK SHALL BE COORDINATED WITH MALLMANAGEMENT FOR ALLOWABLE HOURS OF OPERATION.B) THE FOLLOWING WORK, IN WHICH LANDLORD IS TO BE NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE, MUST BEDONE ON OVERTIME AND NOT DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS:- DEMOLITION WHICH PER MALL MANAGER'S JUDGMENT MAY CAUSE DISRUPTION TOOTHER TENANTS.- WORK PERFORMED OUTSIDE OF TENANT'S PREMISES.- OTHER ACTIVITIES THAT, IN MALL MANAGER'S JUDGMENT, MAY DISTURB OTHER TENANTS.7. G.C. TO COORDINATE WITH THE MALL MANAGEMENT, AT & ARCHITECT AS TO THEPROTECTION AND/OR STORAGE OF ANY ITEMS TO BE SAVED FROM DEMOLITION.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 8688. G.C. TO CONFIRM WITH AT & ARCHITECT BEFORE START OF DEMOLITION WHICH ITEMSINDICATED ON DRAWINGS ARE TO BE REMOVED FROM SITE FOR ITEMS DEEMED NOTREQUIRED BY AT.9. G.C. IS RESPONSIBLE TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING ITEMS TO REMAIN THROUGHOUT THECOURSE OF DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION.10. G.C. MUST PROVIDE ALL REQUIRED PROTECTION TO ALL SURROUNDING AREASTHROUGHOUT COURSE OF DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION.11. G.C. IS RESPONSIBLE TO REPAIR AND/OR REPLACE ANY DAMAGE IN THE SURROUNDINGAREAS CAUSED BY DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION IN "AREA OF WORK."34512. A) ALL UNUSED PLUMBING, SHEET METAL DUCTS, AND EQUIPMENT LINES MUST BEREMOVED AND CAPPED AT THE MAIN RISER OR BRANCH CONNECTION.B) ALL BUILDING SHUTDOWNS - ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, HVAC EQUIPMENT, FIRE AND LIFESAFETY SYSTEM- MUST BE COORDINATED WITH MALL MANAGEMENT IN ADVANCE.13. G.C. SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSSES INCURRED IN THE EVENT THAT THE LOSSOF ANY SERVICE PREVENTS THE CLIENT FROM CONDUCTING BUSINESS.CLLADD8'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.D C D C D1TYP.8'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.12'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.ELECTRICAL/DATA/PHONE:14. ANY REMOVAL OF SUCH ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE DONE IN SUCH A WAY AS TOALLOW THE OPERATIONS OF ADJACENT TENANTS TO CONTINUE WITHOUT INTERRUPTIONOF ANY SERVICE DURING DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALLTAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THIS ORDER.15. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROBE ALL CABLES PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO INSURE THAT NOOPERATIONS ARE INADVERTENTLY INTERRUPTED.16. REMOVE ALL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED FOR NEW WORK.A.72GGLGLGGGGLLGGL11'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.LELWARDROBINGROOMSLELLLS512TYP.TYP.LLLLAAAGGGGGG4DFFFFFFFD8'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.FFFF112.5TYP.FTYP.8'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.FFFAAAAAALD C DCDA4 444121TYP.TYP.4ASAASCLELEDD C D C4CB1B1AALEDCA L L LLLAAB1B1D C D C D C DAAAAAAAAA4 45 51STYP.LELELB1B1AD8'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.2SALES12'-2" A.F.F.V.I.F.5 512612AAAC1TYP.TYP.TYP.TYP.TYP.TYP.ALAAAAB1B1ALELEAAD C D C D C D CD C D C D C D CAAALESAB1B14AAAALAAAA112ATYP.TYP.TYP.DAAAAALEA4D C D C D C D C D4AAA1TYP.L7VESTIBULE12'-1 1/2" A.F.F.7DISPLAY AREAA.717. REMOVE ALL POWER/DATA & TELEPHONE OUTLETS IN PARTITIONS AND COLUMNENCLOSURES WHICH ARE DEEMED TO BE REMOVED, AS WELL AS IN CORE WALLSTHROUGHOUT. REMOVE ALL ABANDONED ELECTRICAL AND TELECOMMUNICATIONSCABLING & CONDUIT BACK TO THE SOURCE.FLOOR OUTLETS:18. ALL POWER/DATA FLOOR OUTLETS ARE TO BE REMOVED & SHALL HAVE WIRE/CABLEREMOVED BACK TO ORIGINAL SOURCE. COORDINATE W/ ENG. DRAWINGS. QUANTITIES &CONDITIONS VIF.19. REMOVE & CAP ALL ELECTRICAL AND DATA OUTLETS NOT BEING REUSED IN AREAS OFWORK. COORDINATE W/ ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS.TELECOM/DATA:20. REMOVE ALL TELEPHONE AND DATA CABLING FROM DEVICE BACK TO THE RACKS OF THEEXISTING COMMUNICATIONS CLOSET. COORDINATE WITH TELECOMMUNICATIONS VENDORAND CLIENT. G.C. SHALL HAVE AN ELECTRICIAN ON PREMISES DURING DEMOLITIONAFFECTING ELECTRICAL LINES IN AREA OF WORK AND ADJACENT SPACES.DUCTWORK:REFER TO MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.PARTITIONS:21. A) REMOVE ALL PARTITIONS IN THEIR ENTIRETY, WHERE INDICATED, INCLUDING GYPSUMWALL BOARD AND PLASTER PARTITIONS.B) REMOVE ALL ASSOCIATED STUDS, TRACKS, FINISHES, ETC. AT PARTITIONS TO BEREMOVED.C) REMOVE ALL CORNER GUARDS.PIPING REMOVAL:22. ELECTRICAL CONDUITS AND PIPING STACKS IN EXISTING WALLS WHICH ARE DEEMED TOBE REMOVED, SHALL BE DEMOLISHED, UNLESS THEY RUN FROM FLOOR SLAB TO FLOORSLAB. COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER AS REQUIRED.23. A) REMOVE ALL DOORS, FRAMES AND RELATED HARDWARE, WHERE INDICATED.B) COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT FOR DOORS, FRAMES AND HARDWARE TO BE SALVAGED.24. DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT REMOVE BUILDING CORE DOORS INCLUDING FIREEXIT DOORS AND ELEVATOR DOORS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.CEILINGS:25. A) REMOVE ALL CEILINGS IN THEIR ENTIRETY IN "AREA OF WORK" INCLUDING HUNGCEILING SYSTEM, DUTCHMAN, PLASTER AND GYPSUM WALL BOARD.B) REMOVE ALL ASSOCIATED, GRID, TILES, CLIPS, HANGERS ETC BACK TO SLAB ABOVELIGHT FIXTURES:26. REMOVE ALL EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURES, RECESSED AND SURFACE MOUNTED, ALL EXITLIGHTS AND SWITCHES IN "AREA OF WORK", U.O.N. ELECTRICAL FEEDS / HOMERUNS TOREMAIN FOR RECIRCUITING.MILLWORK:27. G.C. TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING MILLWORK SCHEDULED FOR DEMOLITION.FINISHES:28. WALLS: ON WALLS TO REMAIN, G.C. TO CAREFULLY REMOVE ALL EXISTING WALL FINISHES(WALL COVERING, PANELING, ETC.) AND PREPARE WALL SURFACE TO RECEIVE NEW WALLFINISHES.29. FLOORS: G.C. TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING FLOORING TO SLAB INCLUDING WOOD FLOORING,SUBFLOOR, SLEEPERS, CARPET, CARPET TILE, UNDERLAYMENT, & RESILIENT FLOORING INAREA OF WORK, EXCEPT FOR ANY FLOORING THAT HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED BY PROPERAUTHORITY AS CONTAINING ASBESTOS.30. BASE: G.C. TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING BASE INCLUDING WOOD, METAL & VINYL BASES IN"AREA OF WORK."31. THRESHOLDS: DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING METAL, WOOD & STONETHRESHOLDS AT PARTITIONS AND DOORS TO BE REMOVED.FREE STANDING COLUMNS:32. ALL FREESTANDING COLUMN ENCLOSURES ARE TO BE REMOVED TO STRUCTURAL COLUMNAT AREA OF WORK UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. G.C. TO IDENTIFY AND PROTECT ANYPLUMBING, HVAC OR ELECTRICAL RISERS TO REMAIN.PLUMBING:33. REMOVE ALL PLUMBING FIXTURES AS SHOWN ON DEMOLITION PLAN. CAP PLUMBING LINESTEMPORARILY FOR RELOCATION PER NEW LAYOUT.34. A) CONTRACTOR TO PROBE ALL PIPING PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO INSURE NO OPERATIONSARE INADVERTENTLY INTERRUPTED.B) CAP ALL RELATED PIPING, AT PLUMBING TO BE REMOVED, BEHIND WALLS TO REMAIN ORBELOW FLOOR SURFACE.35. VERIFY EXISTING PLUMBING LINES TO REMAIN WITH ENGINEER PRIOR TO ANY REMOVALS.36. ALL EXISTING WALL & COLUMN MOUNTED DEVICES NOTED TO BE DEMOLISHED, INCLUDINGSWITCHES, OUTLETS, JUNCTION BOXES, THERMOSTATS, ENERGY LIGHTS, FIRE ALARMS, FIREEXTINGUISHERS, ETC. ARE TO BE REMOVED AND PROTECTED. COORDINATE WITH AT ANDARCHITECT REGARDING ITEMS TO BE SAVED.41DEMOLITION REFLECTED CEILING PLANSCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"7DISPLAY AREA12'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.737. G.C. SHALL REMOVE ALL WALL AND FLOOR CONDUITS LEFT AFTER DEMOLITION INCLUDINGSWITCH BOXES, ELECTRICAL, TELEPHONE & DATA OUTLETS, JUNCTION BOXES, PLATES,BRIDGES, OR ANY OTHER ELECTRICAL/DATA & TELEPHONE WIRING EQUIPMENT AND ALLRELATED WIRING BACK TO THE ELECTRICAL OR TELEPHONE CLOSET. COORDINATE W/TELECOMMUNICATIONS VENDOR & AT.FIRE ALARM:REFER TO LIFE SAFETY DRAWINGS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.A-1.2DEMOLITION- RCP38. FIRE AND SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM (EXISTING): TO REMAIN IN OPERATION DURINGDEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION INCLUDING ALL EQUIPMENT.


D/EN.I.C. EXISTINGB.O.H. & RESTROOMSTO REMAIN.PROVIDE FINALCLEANING ONLYFINISH SCHEDULECODE MATERIAL MANUFACTURER DESCRIPTION/CATALOG NO. LOCATIONSP-1P-2P-3PAINT BENJAMIN MOORE INDIAN RIVER #985 SALES FLOORPAINTPAINTBENJAMIN MOOREBENJAMIN MOOREELMIRA WHITE #HC-84TUCSON WINDS #1024C-1 CARPET BENTLEY PRINCE FASHION - FLEECE #8FF7006400 COLOR:WARDROBINGSTREETSNUGGLE UP #881502 13'-2" WIDESALES FLOOR - ACCENT, RESTROOMSP-4 PAINTBENJAMIN MOORE WHITE #I-01DOORS AND FRAMES, TRIMWORK,MANAGER'S OFFICE, GYP BD. CEILINGS4P-5 PAINT BENJAMIN MOORE SEASONAL, T.B.D.DISPLAY WALLP-7 PAINT BENJAMIN MOORE PRIMER UP TO 10'-0"WARDROBING, WARDROBING ROOMSSTOCK ROOM/ELECTRICALROOM/STAIRWELLCONC-1SEALEDCONCRETEBENJAMIN MOORESUPER SPEC HP CLEAR ACRYLIC SEALANTSTOCK AREA, MANAGER'S OFFICESTOCKEXISTING VCT. FL.EXISTINGR.R.EXISTING TILE FL.MT-1W-1WB-1TILERIGID VINYLSHEETSOLID WOODTRIM BASE4FIXTURE CONTRACTORPAINT GRADE WOOD TRIM, SHOP-PRIMEDPAINTED AND FINISHEDNOT USEDNOT USEDSALES AREA, DISPLAY WINDOWS, ANDWARDROBING AREAWDF-1WOODFLOORINGASI FLOORINGWWW.ARCHSYSTEMS.COM,CONTACT ANDREWCOOPER (212) 206-1730EUROPEAN HARDWARE COLLECTION, COLOR PERDESIGNER'S CONTROL SAMPLE. ENGINEERED 3PLY 2MMWEAR LAYER, TONGUE & GROOVE ALL SIDES,HARDWAX OIL FINISH, 7.44" STANDARD PLANK, 3 8" THICKSALES AREA, WARDROBINGVCT-1 VINYL TILE ARMSTRONG #51839 "FORTRESS WHITE" IMPERIALTEXTURED EXCELON 1/8" THICK, 12" X 12" TILERESTROOMSEXISTINGMGR.EXISTING VCT. FL.EXISTINGR.R.EXISTING TILE FL.VB-1 VINYL BASE ROPPE #P184 "ALMOND" 4" COVE BASE WITH FIELD FORMED CORNERS ALL AREAS WITH VINYL TILEDR-3 DRAPERY COWTAN & TOUT RAMSEY #F3417-04, 57" WIDE, COLOR: FLAX, FABRIC TO BE TREATED REFER TO FINISH PLANFOR FIRE RETARDANCE AND CERTIFICATION FURNISHED TO ATROOM FINISH SCHEDULE - OMITTED4C/DHALLWAYEXISTING TILE FL.LEGEND951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868SYMBOLDESCRIPTIONP-1: INDIAN RIVERP-2: ELMIRA WHITE345P-3: TUCSON WINDSP-4: WHITEP-5: STONECP-3C-1#8#9P-3C-1#10P-3C-1P-2CONC-1P-2P-2P-2P-2BETWEEN BACKWRAPTOWERSP-7: PRIMED WALLS UP TO 10'-0" AFFDR-1: NIEDERMAIER/THEO FABRICS,SANTA ANAS #1112/2, 82.5" WIDE,COLOR: FLAXSEED, FABRIC TO BETREATED FOR FIRE RETARDANCE ANDCERTIFICATION FURNISHED TO ATNOTES:1. ALL DOORS/DOOR FRAMES, BASE MOULDING, WALL CAPMOULDING TO BE PAINTED P-4#7P-3C-1P-3C-1#6P-3P-3P-3P-3C-1H.C. #5P-3WARDROBINGROOMSP-3P-3 P-3#4C-1NOTE:REFER TO A-8.3 FOR FITTINGROOM PICTURE FRAME LAYOUTP-3C-1#3P-3C-1P-3P-3P-3#11P-3C-1WDF-1P-3C-1WDF-1NOTE:REF. 10/A-8.3 FOR CARPET P-3SEAM LOCATIONS.NOTE:WOOD FLOORING SHALL BECONTINUOUS BENEATH ALL AREARUGS AT MATS.NOTE: FLOORING TRANSITIONS TO ALIGNWITH MILLWORK, TYP -COORDINATE WITHAPPROVED MILLWORK SHOP DRAWINGSTYP. AT CARPET/ WOODTRANSITIONP-3P-2P-2P-4P-4P-2 P-2SALESWDF-1WOOD FLOOR DIRECTIONP-2P-2DISPLAY AREAP-4P-5WDF-12. GC TO PROVIDE 3' X 3' SAMPLE OF PAINT FOR ARCHITECTAND AT APPROVAL PRIOR TO PROCEEDING.FINISHES NOTESA. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPERPREPARATION OF ALL NEW AND EXISTING SURFACES IN A SATISFACTORYMANNER TO RECEIVE NEW FINISHES. THIS INCLUDES THE DEMOLITIONAND REMOVAL OF NECESSARY ITEMS. TOUCH-UP AND/OR REFINISH OFSURFACES DAMAGED BY SUBSEQUENT WORK SHALL BE THERESPONSIBILITY OF THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR. ALL WORK SHALL BEPERFORMED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'SRECOMMENDED INSTALLATION METHODS. THE GENERAL CONTRACTORSHALL PREPARE THE EXISTING FLOOR PRIOR TO THE APPLICATION OFFINISH FLOORING. THE EXISTING CONCRETE SLAB MUST BE SMOOTH ANDLEVEL TO WITHIN A TOLERANCE OF ONE-EIGHTH INCH PER FOOT. LATEXCEMENT PATCHING COMPOUND SHALL BE UTILIZED (NO ASPHALT BASEDCOMPOUNDS)B. ALL SURFACES WHICH ARE TO RECEIVE A PAINT FINISH SHALL BE PRIMEDAND FINISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE WRITTEN SPECIFICATION.C. GYPSUM WALLS SHALL RECEIVE LEVEL 5 FINISH PER GYPSUMASSOCIATION DOCUMENT GA-214-07. ALL JOINTS AND INTERIOR ANGLESIN GYPSUM BOARD WALLS SHALL HAVE TAPE EMBEDDED IN JOINTCOMPOUND AND TWO SEPARATE COATS OF JOINT COMPOUND APPLIEDOVER ALL FLAT JOINTS AND ONE SEPARATE COAT OF JOINT COMPOUNDAPPLIED OVER INTERIOR ANGLES. FASTENER HEADS AND ACCESSORIESSHALL BE COVERED WITH THREE SEPARATE COATS OF JOINT COMPOUND.A THIN SKIM COAT OF JOINT COMPOUND TROWEL APPLIED, OR A MATERIALMANUFACTURED ESPECIALLY FOR THIS PURPOSE AND APPLIED INACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS, SHALL BEAPPLIED TO THE ENTIRE SURFACE. THE SURFACE SHALL BE SMOOTH ANDFREE OF TOOL MARKS AND RIDGES.D. THE PAINT CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL HARDWARE, SWITCHCOVERS, ETC. PRIOR TO PAINTING AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEREINSTALLATION AFTER PAINTING IS COMPLETE.E. FINISH FLOORING INSTALLATION SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH THEMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION GUIDELINES.COORDINATE THE INSTALLATION WITH OTHER TRADES, SUCH ASELECTRICAL.A.7P-3C-1P-3#2C-1P-3P-2P-2P-2A.7F. THE CEILING GRID SYSTEM SHALL BE ADEQUATE TO SUPPORT LIGHTFIXTURES, CEILING GRILLES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES. THE GENERALCONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ACOUSTIC TILE CEILING SYSTEMCOMPONENTS FROM A SINGLE MANUFACTURER AND SHALL PROVIDEON-SITE AT THE TIME OF TURNOVER ONE CARTON OF CEILING TILE FORFUTURE TENANT USE.G. ALL JOINTS BETWEEN MATERIALS TO BE TIGHT AND CONSTRUCTED IN ANEAT WORKMANLIKE MANNER12ARCHITECTURAL WALL & FLOOR FINISH PLANSCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"2.54P-3C-1#1P-2P-4P-2P-5DISPLAY AREAWDF-1P-2P-2ABOVEDOORWALK-OFF MATWHOLE AREA. VERIFYDIMENSIONS IN FIELDH. ALL FINISHES SHALL BE TOUCHED UP TO CORRECT ANY IMPERFECTIONSAFTER INSTALLATION. FIXTURE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TO THEGENERAL CONTRACTOR ALL MATERIALS FOR TOUCH-UP WORK.I. THE INTENT OF THE FINISH SPECIFICATIONS IS TO PROVIDE ASATISFACTORY FINISH TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORK. COVER ALLSURFACES THOROUGHLY. IF THE SPECIFIED NUMBER OF COATS DOESNOT ACCOMPLISH THE INTENT, THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BERESPONSIBLE FOR THE APPLICATION OF ADDITIONAL COATS OF THESPECIFIED MATERIAL TO GIVE SATISFACTORY COVERAGE.J. THE VINYL TILE INSTALLATION SHALL BE FREE OF BUCKLES, JOINTS ORIMPERFECTIONS. SEAMS SHALL BE IN ACCURATE ALIGNMENT ALONG BOTHCOORDINATES. UPON COMPLETION, PROVIDE FIFTEEN EXTRA TILES FORFUTURE TENANT USE.K. CLEAR ALL GLASS SURFACES WITH LIQUID DETERGENT AT PROJECTCOMPLETION.A-2.2ARCHITECTURAL WALL& FLOOR FINISH PLANL. IF MALL TILE NOT REQUIRED, TILE SHALL BE:


D/EMMEXEXEXEXMMMEXEXEXMEMMEEXEXEXEXMMEXEXEXMEEXEXEXN.I.C. EXISTINGB.O.H. & RESTROOMSTO REMAIN.PROVIDE FINALCLEANING ONLYGENERAL NOTES1. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL USE A LASER IN THE INSTALLATION OFALL NEW CEILING COMPONENTS (SOFFITS, ACT, ETC.).2. THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THEENGINEERING PLANS FOR THE LOCATION OF ALL ITEMS. NOTIFYARCHITECT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES IMMEDIATELY.3. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ACCESS DOORS ASNECESSARY. IF NOT SPECIFICALLY LOCATED ON THE CEILING PLAN,CONFIRM THE PROPOSED LOCATION WITH OWNER.4. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AN IDENTIFICATIONNAMEPLATE ON THE ELECTRICAL SERVICE BREAKERS OF THE LANDLORD'SELECTRICAL PANEL. EACH NAMEPLATE SHALL BE ONE-EIGHTH INCH THICKBLACK PLASTIC ETCHED IN A CONTRASTING COLOR WITH THE TENANT'SNAME. EACH PLATE SHALL BE PERMANENTLY AFFIXED TO THEDISTRIBUTION PANEL.5. EMERGENCY LIGHTING SHALL BE INSTALLED ON A SEPARATE CIRCUIT.REFERENCE THE ELECTRICAL PLAN/ NOTES.6. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT THE SERVICE PROVIDEIS ADEQUATE AND NOTIFY THE G.C. AND/OR OWNER IMMEDIATELY INWRITING OF ANY DEFICIENCIES.7. WHERE DICTATED BY CODE, SEISMIC RESTRAINTS SHALL BE PROVIDEDFOR CEILING ELEMENTS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO LIGHT FIXTURES,ACOUSTIC TILE CEILING GRID, GYPSUM CEILING FINISH, ETC.8. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BEAR UL LABELS.9. WHERE OPEN CEILING CONDITION EXIST, THE GENERAL CONTRACTORSHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAINTING THE UNDERSIDE OF THESTRUCTURE AS WELL AS ALL UTILITY PIPING, DUCTWORK, ETC.10. AT THE COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION, THE GENERAL CONTRACTORSHALL LEAVE ONE BOX OF EACH CEILING TILE USED IN THE TENANT SPACE.11. TRACK HEADS SHALL BE INSTALLED AS SHOWN IN THE CEILING PLAN,DIRECTED AS INDICATED.12. WHEN WARDROBING OR SALES AREA IS ADJACENT TO STOCK ROOM ANDTHE PARTITION IS A NON-RATED WALL; INSULATE CEILING 2'-0" INWARDROBING OR SALES AREA WITH BATT INSULATION.13. CAULK CEILING GRID TO DRYWALL.14. INSTALL CEILING TILES PER MANUFACTURER SPECS.15. PROVIDE ACCESS PANELS AS REQUIRED BY LANDLORD FOR HVAC -COORDINATE WITH MECHANICAL PLAN16. PROVIDE ACCESS PANEL AS REQUIRED BY LANDLORD FOR SIGN.17. REFERENCE 1/A8.3 FOR HEIGHT AND BULB SPECIFICATIONS.18. INSTALL BULB TO MATCH PROTOTYPE (PARAMUS, NJ).19.CAULK LIGHT TRACKS, DISPLAY TRACKS AND HVAC GRILLS TO CEILING.LIGHTING FIXTURE LEGEND4123456789KEY NOTESNOT USED.NOT USED.GC TO INSTALL GRAPHIC DISPLAY AT CEILING,FURNISHED BY AT. PROVIDE PLYWOOD BACKINGFOR TRACK - COORDINATE LOCATIONS IN FIELDALL CEILINGS AND SOFFITS TO BE P-4 U.O.N.SPEAKERS TO BE CENTERED WITHIN TRACK INBOTH DIRECTIONSALL RECESSED LIGHT FIXTURES TO BECENTERED WITHIN TRACK IN BOTH DIRECTIONSNOT USED.NOT USED.COORDINATE LOCATIONS OF WALL SCONCESWITH FIXTURE DIMENSIONS. REFER TOAPPROVED MILLWORK SHOP DRAWINGS10 NEW G.W.B. SOFFIT AT 8'-5" A.F.F. BELOW EXIST.SLOPED BEAM. LOCATE EDGE OF SOFFIT TOENSURE 2" CLEAR SPACE BETWEEN FACE OFBEAM AND SOFFIT FRAMING11 G.C. TO ALIGN G.W.B. SOFFIT AND FACE OF NEWPIER. GC TO COORDINATE DIMENSIONS TOCONCEAL EXISTING SPRINKLER MAINARCHITECTURAL RCP LEGENDNEW. 2' x 2' A.C.T. - ARMSTRONG CORTELA SQUARE LAY IN #191024" x 24" x 3/4" THICK. COLOR: WHITE, PRELUDE 15/16EXPOSED TEE GRID AND PERIMETER ANGLE.EMERGENCY EXIT SIGN-ARROW(S) INDICATE A DIRECTIONALSIGN, EXITRONIX V900 SERIES #GVEX-U-BP-WB-WH-R LEDEDGELIT WHITE HOUSING W/ GREEN LETTERS LOCATION:FRONT OF HOUSEWALL MOUNTED EMERGENCY EXIT SIGN:EXITRONIX ILLUMINEX SERIES #GVEX-U-BP-WB-WH GREENLETTERS ON WHITE BACKGROUND LOCATION: BACK OFHOUSEFLUSH MOUNTED CEILING SPEAKER BY ATL VENDOR.COLOR TO MATCH CLG. FINISHCENTERLINE AT LIGHT FIXTURESCEILING ACCESS PANEL- BAUCO PLUS SEAMLESS. G.C. TOCOORDINATE SIZE & LOCATION W/ SECURITY VENDORDRAPERY TRACK - FBO & INSTALLED BY G.C. G.C. TO F & IBLOCKING AT ALL LOCATIONSVISUAL GRAPHIC TRACK - FBO & INSTALLED BY G.C. G.C. TO F& I BLOCKING AT ALL LOCATIONS. END CAPS TO BEINSTALLED AT ENDS OF TRACKS.SYMBOL TYPE DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER MODEL NO. LAMPS WATTS44C/DMMEXEXM11'-5" A.F.F.V.I.F.MMMEXEXMMEMEXEXEXISTINGTO REMAIN9'-5" A.F.F.V.I.F.MMEXEXME9'-0" A.F.F.V.I.F.CAA1BBEMHIEMJEMAA1A,A1A,A1A,A1BBEMCHIEMJEMADJUSTABLE TRACK HEADADJUSTABLE TRACK HEADSINGLE CIRCUIT TRACK - 20 1/8" LENGTHSINGLE CIRCUIT TRACK - 44 1/8" LENGTHSINGLE CIRCUIT TRACK - 92 1/8" LENGTHCONDUCTIVE END-TO-END CONNECTORL OR STRAIGHT CONNECTORT CONNECTORTOP ACCESS END FEEDCOMPACT FLUORESCENT DOWNLIGHT8" 32W HORIZONTAL FIXTURE & TRIMCOMPACT FLUORESCENT DOWNLIGHT8" 32W HORIZONTAL FIXTURE & TRIM & EM BALLASTNOT USEDCON-TECHLIGHTINGCON-TECHLIGHTINGCON-TECHLIGHTINGMAXILUMEMAXILUMECTL8028F39MBT-PCTL610P-25W W/ WATTAGERESTRICTION LABELHH6PL-1X26E-MVOLT-6501-CL-WHHH6PL-1X26E-MVOLT-EMG750-6501-CL-WH39W PHILIPSMINIMASTERCOLOR CMH25W PHILIPS MASTERCOLORINTEGRATED PAR38 CMH39 W25 W26 W 26 W26 W 26 WD1 D1 6" ROUND CF DOWN LIGHT INTENSE IFV642E 42W TRT---E NOT USED --- ---------F FFAIRMONT WALL SCONCE *T.B.D.-- ----------NOT USEDNOT USEDNOT USEDCON-TECHLIGHTINGCON-TECHLIGHTINGLT-2-PLT-4-PLT-8-PLA-2-PLA-12-PLA-13-PLA-10-P--- ------------ ------------ ---------N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A---951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868EXEXEXEXKKTHERMOPLASTIC EMERGENCY LIGHTING UNIT EXITRONIX LL50H(2) 5W HALOGENEX EXISTING FIXTURE TO REMAIN REPAIR & REFURBISH TO LIKE "NEW" CONDITION RELAMP AS REQUIRED(2) 5WEXMMMEMATC. CEILING11'-0" AFF.G.W.B. SOFFIT8'-5" AFF.ME1'-2"NEW G.W.B. SOFFIT9'-4" AFF.345C9'-9" GYP.BD. CEILINGA.71210BBEMBEM2'-6 3 8" 4'-0" 3'-6 7 8"4'-2" 1'-8" 4'-1" 1'-9"2'-9 5 8" 3'-0 3 8"3'-4 3 8" 2'-5 1 2"EQ 2'-0" EQ#63'-9 3 4"H.C. #8#7D18"D1BFFH.C. #54'-0"B BEM B44'-6 1 4"D1D1A1A1 A1 A1 A1BEMF3'-7 5 8" 12'-0" TRACK 3'-5 1 2"2'-6 1 4"F10 10#9 #10A1WARDROBING5#4SD1D1A1ATC. CEILING11'-0" AFF.10'-0" TRACK3'-2 3 4" 2'-7 1 4"ATC. CEILING F11'-0" AFF. D1ARCHITECTURAL REFLECTED CEILING PLANSCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"A13'-3 1 4"9#3D1TYP.2.5F3'-1 3 4" 2'-8 1 4"41'-7 1 8"EXA1D1D11'-9 1 2"1'-9 1 2"F5'-8"BBEM3'-9 7 8"2'-11 1 4"3'-2 1 2"#2#111'-6"4'-0"A1 A1 A1 A1#14BEMD1BEM3'-0"3'-0"BEMBF2'-5 1 2"2'-1"3'-4"3'-4"B1'-7"3'-0"4B3'-0"6'-0"D13'-3"D112'-0" TRACK12'-0" TRACK2'-4 1 2"3'-3"D EX.3'-0"3'-2 1 2"4'-4 1 2"112'-6"A14'-0" TRACK4'-2"3'-4 7 8"B3'-0"BD EX.6'-0" TRACK3'-0"3'-0"4'-0 3 4"A18'-0"D EX.D EX.D1S4'-0"4'-1"D EX.D1D1D1D1D1D1D1D EX.A1A1 A1D EX.A18'-0" TRACKD EX.5'-0" 4'-0" 2'-0" 4'-0"5'-0"4'-0"8'-0" TRACKD EX.A1D1D1D1D1D EX.D13'-4 1 4"D1A1 A1D19'-7 1/2" ABOVE PLATFORMEXISTING TO REMAIND EX.D EX.D EX.D1D1D1D1D1D EX.D1A1D EX.D EX.D15'-0" 3'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0" 3'-0" 3'-0" 5'-0" 3'-0" 5'-0" 3'-0" 5'-0" 3'-0" 4'-0"D1A1A110'-0" TRACKD1A16'-0" TRACK4'-0 3 4"A13'-4 1 4"D12'-2 3 4"A1D14'-2 3 4"14'-0" TRACKD EX.D1D1D1D1D EX.4'-0"D13'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 3'-0"A1A1 A1 A14S6'-0" TRACK14'-0" TRACKA1A1A1A1A1D EX.A1A14'-0 3 4" 6'-0" TRACKD EX.1'-11"D1A1 A1 A1 A1D146D EX.D1D1D1D1D1D14'-0"D EX.3'-8"D19" 6" EQ EQ EQD1A1 A1A1 A1D EX.D EX.ATC. CEILING11'-0" AFF.8'-0" TRACKD1D1D1D14'-0"A1 A1 A18'-0" TRACK4'-0"A1A1A1A1A1A1EXD1EXD11'-2 5 8"4'-0"12'-0" TYP. TRACKLEXEXLEXLLEXEX12'-1 1/2" EXISTINGA.F.F.LLEXS.P.EQEQEQ6" 9"DISPLAY AREA(EXISTING TO REMAIN)LEXEXLEXLEX26'-0" EQ.EQ.A.7A-3.1ARCHITECTURALREFLECTEDCEILING PLAN4EQ.48'-0"EQ.


34A-8.2TYPP-2P-24A-8.2TYP11'-0"A.F.F.9'-4" A.F.F.NEW G.W.B.SOFFITP-2P-2REMOVESOFFITNEWSOFFITP-2P-23'-6" HOLDP-2± 2'-3 5 8" EQ 10'-0" HOLD± 2'-3 5 8" EQAA-4.5P-21 2 " HOLDP-211'-0"A.F.F.REMOVESOFFIT11'-0"A.F.F.NEW G.W.B.SOFFIT @9'-4" A.F.F.REMOVESOFFIT11'-0"A.F.F.REMOVESOFFITALA10002.R2130'-0"FX-20ALA10085ALA800320'-0"FX-20FX-50'-0"0'-0"FX-5WB-1P-4WB-1P-4PF-1.1ALA80032WB-1P-4WB-1P-4PF-8WB-1P-4PF-1.1WB-1P-4PF-8WB-1P-4PF-8WB-1P-41SALES FLOOR ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"2SALES FLOOR ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"3SALES FLOOR ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"4SALES FLOOR ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"12'-2 1/2"A.F.F.0'-0"12'-2 1/2"A.F.F.0'-0"11'-0"A.F.F.0'-0"4A-8.2TYPREMOVESOFFIT P-2P-2 P-2 P-2FX-5FX-20P-2PF-1.1WB-1P-4P-2ALA80032WB-1P-4P-2PF-8WB-1P-4ALA80032951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 8685DISPLAY ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"6DISPLAY ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"7SALES FLOOR ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"12'-2 1/2"A.F.F.12'-2 1/2"A.F.F.0'-0"0'-0"8DISPLAY ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"9DISPLAY ELEVATIONSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"4NOTES:1. ALL FINISHES SHALL BE INSTALLED PERMANUFACTURE'S SPECIFICATIONS AND IN ACCORDANCE W/BUT NOT LIMITED TO FINISH NOTES AS SPECIFIED PERSHEET A-2.2.2. REFER TO A-2.2 FOR PAINT FINISH LOCATIONS.3. COORDINATE ALL ROUGH OPENINGS W/ APPROVEDMILLWORK SHOP DRAWINGSA-4.1INTERIOR ELEVATIONS -SALES AREA


EXHAUST LOUVERSEXISTING BLACK CANVASAWNING WITH LOGO, TYPTO REMAINEXISTING SIGN TO REMAINREFURBISH "LIKE NEW"116'-0 3 4" A.F.F.STOREFRONT9'-0" A.F.F.ENTRY0'-0" F.F.ELEVATION AT STOREFRONTSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"FIRE DEPARTMENT STANDPIPE AND CHECK VAVLETO REMAIN±2'-8" ± 13'-5" ±1'-0"EQ.1'-3"EQ.EXISTING STOREFRONTTO REMAINEQ.1'-3"EQ.EQ.1'-3"VINYL WINDOW LOGO (TYP.)TO REMAINEQ."LOFT' SIGNAGE, TYPTO REMAINEXISTING GLASS / METALENTRY DOORS W/ CUSTOMANN TAYLOR PULLSEXISTING STOREFRONT TOREMAIN. G.C. TO MATCH ANDREPAIR AS REQD. COORDINATEMATERIAL WITH S/C MANAGEMENT951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 86811'-0" A.F.F.NEW A.C.T.EXISTING PAR-FLEXADAPTER TRACK HEADTO REMAINEXISTING SIGN TO REMAINREFURBISH "LIKE NEW"EXISTING BLACK CANVASAWNING WITH LOGO, TYPTO REMAINEXISTING 2'x2' A.C.T.& CEILING GRIDTO BE REMOVEDNEW 2'x2' A.C.T.& CEILING GRIDSEE DETAIL FORSPEC. INFORMATION16'-0 3 4" A.F.F.STOREFRONT9'-0" A.F.F.ENTRY0'-0" F.F.EXISTING GLASS / METALENTRY DOORS W/ CUSTOMANN TAYLOR PULLSEQ.1'-3""LOFT" SIGNAGE, TYP.TO REMAINEQ.EQ.1'-3"EQ.±2'-8" ± 13'-5" ±1'-0"VINYL WINDOW LOGO (TYP.)TO REMAINEQ.EQ.1'-3"EXISTING STOREFRONT0'-0" A.F.F.FIN. FLOOREXISTING SOFFITTO BE REMOVED± 11'-0" (V.I.F.)EXISTING GYP. BD. METAL STUD WALL TOREMAIN. GC TO REMOVE ALL FINISHESINCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SLATWALL,MERCHANDISING FIXTURES, FURRING, ETCDOWN TO GYP. BD. GC TO PATCH ANDREPAIR WALL AS REQUIRED TO MAINTAINFIRE RATING.ROLLING GATE STORAGE TO REMAIN± 12'-0" (V.I.F.)± 9'-8" (V.I.F.)EXISTING PLATFORMTO REMAINVARIESNEWWDF-1± 10'-10" (V.I.F.)EXISTING STOREFRONTTO REMAIN. GC TO CLEANAND REFURBISH TO LIKE"NEW" CONDITION.0'-0" A.F.F.EXTERIOR FLOORING2ELEVATION AT STOREFRONTSCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"3SECTION AT STOREFRONT WINDOWSCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"STOREFRONT NOTESSTOREFRONT MATERIAL NOTES:4METALS:1. NOT USED.2. ALL FINISH METALS AT STOREFRONT TO MATCHEXISTINGFACADE ELEMENTS:1. STOREFRONT STRUCTURE & FINISHES BY LANDLORDGLASS AND GLAZING:1. TEMPERED GLASS STOREFRONT2. TEMPERED GLASS SIDELIGHTS.3. SECURE GLASS WITH GASKET IN GLAZING CHANNELS.EXECUTION:1. ALL STOREFRONT GLASS, GLASS DOORS, ENTRY DOORHARDWARE, METAL CLAD GLAZING BEADS, ALUM. CLADCOLUMNS, FASTENERS AND ALL OTHER METAL WORK:PROVIDE AND INSTALLED BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR.2. COORDINATE ALL STOREFRONT STRUCTURALCONNECTIONS WITH THE LANDLORD. ALL STOREFRONTWORK SHALL BE IN STRICT CONFORMANCE WITH THELANDLORD AND THE BUILDING DEPT. REQUIRMENTS.A-5.1STOREFRONT PLANSSECTION & ELEVATIONS


4DOOR SCHEDULENO.1234LOCATIONSIZEFITTING ROOM 3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"DOORTYPEDOORMATERIALFINISHFRAMEMATERIALFINISHRATINGHRDW.GRP.DETAILHEAD JAMB THRESHOLDB IDX WD -PREFINISHEDIDX WD PREFINISHED2 N/AFITTING ROOM 3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4" B IDX WD IDX WD-2FITTING ROOMFITTING ROOM3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"BBIDX WDIDX WDIDX WDIDX WD--22N/AN/AN/AREMARKSDOOR, FRAME AND JAMB BY AT, GCTO COORDINATE ROUGHOPENINGS W/ MILLWORKER'SAPPROVED SHOP DRAWINGS, TYPHARDWARE GROUPSSET #1 - ENTRY DOORSHINGE: CENTER PIVOT HINGESPULL: CUSTOM PULL BY MILLWORKERSET #2 - FITTING ROOM45H.C. FITTING ROOM3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4"BIDX WDIDX WD-2N/AHARDWARE PROVIDED BY IDX6FITTING ROOM3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"BIDX WDIDX WD-2N/A7FITTING ROOM3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"BIDX WDIDX WD-2N/ASET #3 - STOCK ROOM448910111213FITTING ROOM 3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"B IDX WD IDX WD -2FITTING ROOM3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"BIDX WDIDX WD-2N/AFITTING ROOM3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"BIDX WDIDX WD-2N/AFITTING ROOM 3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4" B IDX WD IDX WD -2N/AWARDROBING/HALLWAY 3'-0" X 7'-1 1/2" X 1-3/4"4F WD. P-4IDX. -79/A-8.1SALES/HALLWAY3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4" C WD.P-4 HMP-4 -79/A-8.1CLOSER: LCN#4041, HINGE SIDE MOUNTING, (SET TO 5 LB. MAX. OPENING FORCEHINGES: HAGER BB800, 1-1/2 PAIR, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALPULL: HAGER 4"X16" #3IJ PULL PLATE, W/ #IJ PULL, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALPUSH: HAGER 4"X16" #30S PUSH PLATE, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METAL WITH STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALCOUNTERSUNK SCREWSSTOP: IVES #445 WALL MTD. OR #446 FLOOR MOUNTED AS REQ'D, US26DKICKPLATE:12"X34" 16 GA S.S. KICK PLATE, BRUSHED FINISH. INSTALL WITH S.S. COUNTERSUNK SCREWS, ON PUSHSIDE.SILENCER:RESILIENT TYPE, REMOVABLE FOR REPLACEMENT, 3 EACH DOOR, MOUNTED IN FRAMESMOKE SEAL: 'PEMKO' # 5880 (USE AT RATED DOORS ONLY)141516EXIT DOOR (EXISTING)SHOP DRAWING SUBMITTALS / RESP.ARCHITECTURAL OR STRUCTURAL ELEMENTSTOREFRONT SIGNAGE20-GA. + HEAVIER LIGHT-GA. METAL FRAMING(STOREFRONT CONNECTIONS ONLY)MECHANICAL SYSTEMS SHOPSWARDROBING AREA DESIGNER ANN TAYLOR NO VENDOR TO SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGSDOOR TYPES SCALE: NTS3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4" EXISTING EXISTING P-4EXISTINGP-4TOILET ROOM (EXISTING) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4" EXISTING EXISTING P-4EXISTINGP-4TOILET ROOM (EXISTING) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4"EXISTING EXISTING P-4 EXISTING P-417 HALLWAY/STOCKROOM (EXISTING) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4" EXISTING EXISTING P-4EXISTINGP-418192021MANAGER'S OFFICE (EXISTING) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4" EXISTING EXISTING P-4EXISTING P-4 -EXISTINGSALES ENTRY (EXISTING) (2) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 1-3/4" EXISTING EXISTING EXISTING EXISTING EXISTING -EXISTINGVESTIBULE/ENTRANCE (EXISTING) (2) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 3/4"VESTIBULE/ENTRANCE (EXISTING) (2) 3'-0" X 7'-0" X 3/4"EXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTING----3'-0"EXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGEXISTINGBARRICADE PAINT SPECIFICATIONSREFURBISH HARDWARE TO LIKE NEW CONDITIONINTERIOR / EXTERIOR PRIMER: BENJAMIN MOORE, FRESH START ALL PURPOSE 100% ACRYLIC PRIMER .023,COLOR: "SUPERWHITE" (READY-MIX COLOR).INTERIOR FINISH PAINT: BENJAMIN MOORE, REGAL AQUAGLO SEMI-GLOSS 333, COLOR: "SUPERWHITE"(READY-MIX COLOR).SET #4 - RESTROOMCLOSER: LCN #4041, HINGE SIDE MOUNTING, HOLD-OPEN OPERATION. (SET TO 5 LB. MAX OPENING FORCE) INCLUDE HOLDOPEN DEVICE.HINGES:A: HAGER BB800, 1-1/2 PAIR, US26D FINISH (SELF CLOSING)STOP: IVES #438 FLOOR MOUNTED WITH RISER AS REQ'D, US26DSILENCER: RESILIENT TYPE, REMOVABLE FOR REPLACEMENT, 3 EACH DOOR, MOUNTED IN FRAME.LATCH/LOCK: SCHLAGE "D" SERIES ATHENS LEVER AND STANDARD ROSE IN SATIN CHROME PLATED FINISH. BATH/BEDROOM PRIVACY LOCK SET #ND40S ATH 626SET #5 - MANAGER'S OFFICEHINGES: HAGER BB800, 1-1/2 PAIR, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALSTOP: IVES #438 FLOOR MOUNTED WITH RISER AS REQ'D, US26DSILENCER: RESILIENT TYPE, REMOVABLE FOR REPLACEMENT, 3 EACH DOOR, MOUNTED IN FRAME.LATCH/LOCK: SCHLAGE 'D' SERIES ATHENS LEVER AND STANDARD ROSE IN SATIN CHROME PLATED FINISH. ENTRANCELOCK FOR SMALL INTERCHANGEABLE CORE, INC. DISPOSABLE PLASTIC CONST. CORES #ND53BDC ATH 626.SET #6: STOCK ROOM/ SERVICE CORRIDORCLOSER: LCN#4041, HINGE MOUNTING, HOLD-OPEN OPERATION, (SET TO 5 LB MAX OPENING FORCE) INCLUDE HOLD OPENDEVICE.HINGES: HAGER BB800 1-1/2 PAIR, US26DHAGER "BB1279-CONCEALED ELECTRIC THROUGH WIRE" - PUBLIC ACCESSIBLE ONLYEXIT DEVICE: MODEL # V40xEH "VALUE SERIES" EXIT DEVICE. CONTACT "DETEX" AT 800-729-3839DOOR VIEWER:IVES #U698, US26DSTOP: IVES #438 FLOOR MOUNTED WITH RISER AS REQ'D, US26DKICKPLATE: 12"X34" 16 GA S.S. KICK PLATE, BRUSHED FINISH. INSTALL WITH S.S. COUNTERSUNK SCREWS, ONSTOCKROOM SIDESILENCER: RESILIENT TYPE, REMOVABLE FOR REPLACEMENT, 3 EACH DOOR, MOUNTED IN FRAMESECURITY: NATIONAL GUARD PRODUCTS #139SP FULL HEIGHT OF DOOR INSTALL WITH SECURITY ASTRAGA:LSCREWS.WEATHER ADD TO ALL EXTERIOR DOOR LOCATIONS, FIRE STOP AT FIRE DOORSSTRIPPING:PULL: LOCATED ON PUSH SIDE. HAGER 4"X16" #3IJ PULL PLATE, WITH #I PULL, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALSMOKE SEAL: 'PEMKO' #588D (USE AT RATED DOORS ONLY)ALL EXISTING HARDWARE TO BE REMOVED FROM EXISTING DOORS. PATCH & COVER OPENINGS AS REQUIRED.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 8687'-1 1/2"R.O.7'-0"WOOD DOORFRAMEGLASSS.S. DOOR PULL7'-0"EXTERIOR FINISH PAINT: BENJAMIN MOORE, MOORGLO 100% ACRYLIC HOUSE AND TRIM PAINT 096. COLOR:"SUPERWHITE" (READY-MIX COLOR).NOTE: A MINIMUM OF 2 COATS ARE REQUIREDNOTE: THERE WILL BE NO SUBSTITUTIONS PERMITTED FOR THE ABOVE SPECIFICATIONSADA - DOOR NOTES1. THIS PROJECT SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL FEDERAL AMERICANS WITH DISABILITY ACT REGULATIONS ANDALL LOCAL ACCESSIBILITY REGULATIONS.SET #7 - STOCK ROOMCLOSER: LCN#4041, HINGE SIDE MOUNTING, (SET TO 5 LB. MAX. OPENING FORCEHINGES: HAGER BB800, 1-1/2 PAIR, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALLATCHSET: NONEPULL: HAGER 4"X16" #3IJ PULL PLATE, W/ #IJ PULL, STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALSTOP: IVES #445 WALL MTD. OR #446 FLOOR MOUNTED AS REQ'D, US26DSILENCER: RESILIENT TYPE, REMOVABLE FOR REPLACEMENT, 3 EACH DOOR, MOUNTED IN FRAMESMOKE SEAL: 'PEMKO' # 5880 (USE AT RATED DOORS ONLY)KICKPLATE: 12"X34" 16 GA S.S. KICK PLATE, BRUSHED FINISH. INSTALL WITH S.S. COUNTERSUNK SCREWS, ONSTOCKROOM SIDEF&I KICKPLATE AS PERHARDWARE GROUPS2. THRESHOLDS SHALL BE NO HIGHER THAN 1/2" ABOVE THE FLOOR. EDGE TO BE BEVELED WITH A SLOOPNO GREATER THAN 1 IN 2.3. DOOR HARDWARE SHALL BE OF THE LEVER OR PUSH TYPE, MOUNTED 30 TO 44" ABOVE THE FLOOR ANDBE OPERABLE WITH A MAXIMUM EFFORT OF 5 LBS. FOR INTERIOR DOORS.SET #8 - GO-BACK ROOMHINGES:LATCH/LOCK:HAGER , STAINLESS #4 FINISHED METALSCHLAGE "MERANO" KEYED ENTRANCE LOCK #F51-MER-619, SATIN NICKEL FINISH, KEYED SIDE TOWARDSALES FLOOR - SIM. TO FITTING ROOM DOORS10"4. ACCESSIBLE DOORS MUST BE MINIMUM 3'-0"W X 6'-8"H. MODIFY IF REQUIREDSET #9 - BLIND DOORA ENTRY DOORBFITTING ROOM DOOR - BYMILLWORKERC HM DOOR5. PROVIDE 18" CLEAR SPACE AT STRIKE/PULL SIDE OF INTERIOR DOORS, AND 12" CLEAR AT STRIKE/PUSHSIDE OF DOORS W/ CLOSERS.6. FLOOR SHALL BE LEVEL THROUGHOUT.7. HOT WATER AND DRAINS PIPES UNDER LAVATORIES SHALL BE INSULATED.HINGES: SELF-CLOSING HINGE HMA-H170DF/O-SBASE PLATE: HMA-HP9S-CDOOR PULL: TYDIX PULL HAFELE # 124.02.220DOOR LOCK: HMA-L3618WOOD SCREWS: #4-1/2" WOOD SCREWS3'-0"8. PROVIDE CLOTHING HOOK AT 44" ABOVE FLOOR IN HANDICAP DRESSING ROOM.9. ALL CASHWRAPS SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE TO THE HANDICAP AS PER ADA/LOCAL ACCESS CODEREQUIREMENTS. SIGNAGE SHALL BE PROVIDED PER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT.GENERAL DOOR AND HARDWARE NOTES1. 1. CLOSERS: FURNISHED AND INSTALLED BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR. DOOR CLOSERS TO BEMOUNTED ON ROOM SIDE OF DOORS. DOOR CLOSERS TO HAVE A MAXIMUM OPENING FORCE OF 5 LBF(INTERIOR HINGED DOORS). THE SWEEP PERIOD OF THE CLOSER SHALL BE ADJUSTED SO THAT FROMAN OPEN POSITION OF 70 DEGREES, THE DOOR SHALL TAKE AT LEAST 3 SECONDS TO MOVE TO APOINT 3 IN. FROM THE LATCH, MEASURED TO THE LEADING EDGE OF THE DOOR.ADA - DOOR CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS60" MIN.1525PULL SIDE18 MIN.45548" MIN.1220XPUSH SIDEY48" MIN.1220PULL SIDEX24 MIN.610YX610PUSH SIDENOT USEDNOT USEDNOT USED7'-1 1/2"2. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE KICKPLATES ON TEH PUSH SIDE OF ALL DOORS EXCEPTFITTING ROOM DOORS.3. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY WITH SUPPLIER THAT ALL HARDWARE MEETS ADA REQUIREMENTS.4. ALL DOOR HINGES TO BE STEEL BALL BEARING, FULL MORTISE TYPE.A. FRONT APPROACHES - SWINGING DOORSNOTE: X=12 IN. (305 MM) IF THE DOORHAS BOTH A CLOSER AND A LATCHB. LATCH-SIDE APPROACHES - SWINGING DOORSNOTE: Y = 54 IN. (1370 MM)MINIMUM IF DOOR HAS A CLOSERNOTE: Y = 48 IN. (1220 MM)MINIMUM IF DOOR HAS A CLOSERD DOOR TO SERVICE CORRIDORE BLIND DOOR F WOOD DOORAND IDX FRAME5. ALL METAL DOOR FRAMES TO BE PROVIDED WITH SILENCERS.6. ALL INTERIOR DOORS TO BE PROVIDED WITH COMMERCIAL GRADE WALL OR FLOOR STOPS.7. GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND MILLWORKER TO SUBMIT TYPE-WRITTEN SHOP DRAWINGS AND PRODUCTLITERATURE FOR ALL DOORS AND HARDWARE SPECIFIED, PREPARED BY A LICENSED CERTIFIEDCONSULTANT. REFER TO SHEET A-0.2 FOR RESPONSIBILITIES.8. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL ENSURE ALL EXISTING DOORS TO REMAIN TO BE IN GOOD OPERATINGORDER AND TO MEET CURRENT BUILDING CODES AND ADA REQUIREMENTS. GENERAL CONTRACTORTO RESTORE DOORS AND HARDWARE TO "LIKE NEW" CONDITION.9. EXTERIOR HINGES TO HAVE NON-REMOVABLE PINS10.MEN'S AND WOMEN'S ROOM SIGN, DISABILITY ACCESS SIGN.11.G.C. TO PROVIDE ROCKER HINGE TO MATCH FINISH OF ANN TAYLOR SUPPLIED WARDROBINGHARDWARE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DOOR OPENING INTO WALL MOUNTED MIRROR.PULL SIDENOTE: X=36 IN. (915 MM) MINIMUMIF Y = 60 IN. (1525 MM) :X =42 IN. (1065 MM) MINIMUMIF Y = 54 IN. (1370 MM)C.XYC. HINGE-SIDE APPROACHES - SWINGING DOORSY42" MIN.106554" MIN.1370NOTE: ALL DOORS IN ALCOVES SHALL COMPLYWITH CLEARANCES FOR FRONT APPROACHES.PUSH SIDENOTE: Y=48 IN. (1220 MM) MINIMUM IFDOOR HAS BOTH A LATCH AND A CLOSER4A-7.1DOOR SCHEDULE


REFER TO PLAN FOR WOOD FLOORING DIRECTION3'-6"SCHEDULED 3/4" WOOD FLOOR4SEE A-6.1 FOR PARTITION TYPEF.O. BACKWRAP BYMILLWORKER - GC TOCOORDINATE ELECTRICALREQUIREMENTS WITHAPPROVED SHOPDRAWINGSB.O. CASHWRAPBYMILLWORKER - GC TOCOORDINATE ELECTRICALREQUIREMENTS WITHAPPROVED SHOPDRAWINGSDOOR JAMBWB-015" PLANKTONGUE & GROOVEJOINT5 1 2"INSTALL MAT AT CASHWRAP W/RUBBER BACKING FBOALIGNNOTE:1/2" IS THE MAX. ALLOWABLE VERTICAL EDGEPER A.D.A. THE 1/2" CHANGE IN LEVEL SHALL BEBEVELED WITH A SLOPE NO GREATER THAN 1:12PER ADASCHEDULED VINYL TILEFLOORINGEXIST. CONC. SLAB3 4 "EXPANSION JOINT FOR WOODFLOORINGTONGUE & GROOVE NIPPLE TO BEREMOVED FOR FLUSH INSTALLATIONTONGUE &GROOVE JOINTEXIST. CONC. SLABSCHEDULED 3/4" WOOD FLOOR4POWER STUB UP -COORDINATE LOCATIONSWITH ELECTRICIALREQURIMENTS FOR POSARDEX UNDERLAYMENT. FEATHERFOR SMOOTH TRANSITION SLOPENOT TO EXCEED 1:12 PER A.D.A.EXIST. CONC. SLAB1WOOD FLOORING TO WALLSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"2CASHWRAP/BACKWRAP TOE-KICKSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"3VCT TO CONCRETE SLABSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"SALES AREAEXTERIOR4EXTERIOR - REAR SIDEDOOR JAMBTONGUE &GROOVE JOINTTOUNGE & GROOVE JOINTSCHEDULED 3/4" WOOD FLOOR951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868SCHEDULED 3/4" WOOD FLOORWALK OFF MATREAR EXIT DOOR -SEE DOOR SCHEDULEFOR TYPE AND FINISHFLOORING AS SCHEDULEDCEMENT ACRYLICUNDERLAYMENT. FEATHER FORSMOOTH TRANSITION. SLOPENOT TO EXCEED 1:12 PER CODESCHEDULED 3/4"WOOD FLOOR4SCHEDULED CARPETC-1ALUMN. SADDLE4EXIST. CONC. SLABGENOTEK METAL TRANSITION STRIP.CONFIRM EXACT SIZE, FINISH & MODELNUMBER W/ AT. COORDINATE SPECWITH APPROVED CARPET THICKNESSEXIST. CONC. SLABEXIST. CONC. SLAB9/16" X 9/16" X 1/8" S.S. #4TERRAZO EDGE ANGLEEXIST. CONC. SLABGENOTEK METAL TRANSITION STRIP. CONFIRMEXACT SIZE, FINISH & MODEL NUMBER W/ AT.COORDINATE SPEC WITH APPROVED CARPETTHICKNESS4WOOD FLOORING/WALK OFF MAT/MALL FLOOR TRANSITIONSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"5THRESHOLD AT REAR EXIT - EXTERIORSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"6WOOD FLOORING TO STOREFRONTSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"7WOOD FLOORING TO CARPETSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"5/8" GYP BD. OVER3 5/8" METAL STUDSONE (1) 20 GA. 3 5/8" TRACKF.R. WOOD BLOCKINGDOOR JAMBDOOR JAMBMETAL FRAME: KNOCK-DOWNDRYWALL 16 GA. DOUBLE RABBETW/ COMPRESSION ANCHORS3/8" DIA X 5" RED HEADCOUNTERSUNKSCHEDULED WOOD FLOORSCHEDULED CARPETNOTE:1/2" IS THE MAX. ALLOWABLEVERTICAL EDGE PER A.D.A. THE1/2" CHANGE IN LEVEL SHALL BEBEVELED WITH A SLOPE NOGREATER THAN 1:12 PER ADA4ARDEX TO FEATHER 36" FROM EDGEANGLE TO PROVIDE SMOOTH TRANSITION.SLOPE SHALL NOT EXCEED 1:12 PER ADASEALED CONCRETEHOLLOW METAL DOOR. SEEDOOR SCHEDULE FOR FINISHF.R. WOOD BLOCKING2"ARDEX UNDERLAYMENT. FEATHERFOR SMOOTH TRANSITION SLOPENOT EXCEED 1:12 PER A.D.A.TWO (2) 20 GA. 3 5/8" JAMB STUDSEXIST. CONC. SLAB9/16" X 9/16" X 1/8" S.S. #4TERRAZO EDGE ANGLEEXIST. CONC. SLABCONT. TACKLESS STRIP9/16" X 9/16" X 1/8" S.S. #4TERRAZO EDGE ANGLE8TYPICAL K.D. HEAD/JAMBSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"WOOD FLOORING TO CONCRETE FLOORCARPET TO CONCRETE THRESHOLD9 10A-8.1SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"ARCHITECTURALDETAILS & SECTIONS


1NOT USEDSCALE: 1-1/2" = 1'-0"CEILING @ SALES FLOOR11'-0"TOP OF FIXTURE10'-0"NOTE:1. BLOCKING MUST BE PROVIDED OR STIFFENERSINSTALLED IN LANDLORD DEMISING WALLS TOPREVENT STUD DEFLECTION AS THE RESULTOF SHELVING/ FIXTURES MOUNTED TODEMISING WALLS.1'-6 1 2"COORDINATE WITH APPROVEDMILLWORK SHOP DRAWINGSACOUSTIC TILE CEILINGPF-1 - FURNISHED BYMILLWORKERDEMISINGWALL PARTITIONSCHEDULEDWOOD FLOORINGNOTES:1. ALL SPEAKER LOGOS TOBE IN THE SAME DIRECTION.2. GC TO F&I FINISHED OPENINGSFOR SPEAKER INSTALLATION.REFER TO A-3.1 FOR SPEAKERLOCATIONS.3. GC TO COORDINATE ELECTRICALAND WIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR A/VSYSTEM WITH A/V VENDOR.REFER TO PLANSREFER TO PLANSREFER TO PLANREFER TO PLANS12 GA. SUPPORT WIREAT SPEAKER BOX HOUSINGCONDITION BY MUSIC VENDORLINE OF SPEAKER BOX HOUSINGAT RATED AND PLENUM RETURNCEILINGS ONLY. SUPPLIED BYGENERAL CONTRACTORSPEAKER BOX - F&I BY A/V VENDORGC TO F&I J BEADMETAL GRILLE W/ METAL SUBPLATE -F&I BY A/V VENDORSPEAKER SUPPORT DETAIL5SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"NOT USED36TYP. COLUMN ENCLOSURESCALE: 3" = 1'-0"REFER TO PLANSNOTE:G.C. TO MAINTAIN EXISTING OR PROVIDE FIRE RATING ASREQUIRED. RATING SHALL MEET ALL APPLICABLE CODES.5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP BD SEALEDTIGHT TO DECK ABOVE.1 5/8" METAL STUD FRAMINGEXISTING COLUMN - GC TOVIF DIMENSIONS AND LOCATIONS5 1 2" WOOD PRIMED BASE (WB-1)BELOW. SEE DETAILS 1/A-8.15 8 " TYPE 'X' GYP BDF & I PLYWOOD BLOCKINGAS REQ'D FOR FIXTUREINSTALLATION1 5 8" METAL STUD FRAMINGALIGN, TYPBOTH SIDES7BLIND DOORWD BASESCHEDULEDWOOD FLOORWDF-13/4" x 1 1/2" MDF, P-48'-6"8'-4 1/2"1/4" x 1/4" REVEAL, P-4PARTIAL HEIGHT GWB PARTITION -REFER TO A-6.1TYP. CAP DETAIL AT WARDROBINGLOW WALL PARTITIONSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 802024SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868WDF-15 1 2" WOOD PRIMED BASE(WB-1) BELOW. SEE DETAILS1/A-8.1EXIST. CONC. SLAB4TYP. SECTION @ PERIMETER FIXTURESCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"8NOT USED9TYP. NON-RATED COLUMN ENCLOSURESCALE: 3" = 1'-0"10BLIND DOOR THRESHOLDSCALE: 3" = 1'-0"A-8.2ARCHITECTURALDETAILS & SECTIONS


42'-6 5 8"6'-0 1 2"3'-9 1 2" 4'-6" 1'-5 7 8" 4"11 1 2"1'-5 1 4"2'-9 1 2"MOUNTING BRACKET -5 7/8" HIGH X9 1/4" WIDEMONITOR20 1/2" WIDE X16 5/16" HIGH2 3 8"7 1 2"1'-11 1 8"ELECTRICALOUTLETDATA OUTLET15'-6"3'-5 1 8"1'-6"2'-4 1 2"3'-7"NOT USED1SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"6 1 2" 6 1 2"℄1'-8 1 2"TOUCH SCREEN MOUNTING DETAIL2SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"4'-6 7 8"TOP OF OUTLETS AND MOUNTING BRACKET5'-0"TOP OF MONITORNOT USED3SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"46"2'-3 1 2"3'-7 1 2"7 1 2"1'-11 1 8" 3'-5 1 8"3'-5" 3'-8 1 2"FIXTURE LOCATIONSCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"PF-84951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868WDF-1LOCATION OFCARPET SEAMSLOCATION OFCARPET SEAMSWDF-1PF-8C-1NOT USED5SCALE: 3/8" = 1'-0"NOT USED6SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"CARPET SEAM LOCATION7SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"4NOT USED8 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"9NOT USEDSCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"A-8.3ARCHITECTURAL DETAILSAND SECTIONS


4444444F-1.1ARCHITECTURALFIXTURE PLAN951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868


GENERAL CONDITIONSTHE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT IS THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OFARCHITECTS' AIA DOCUMENT A201 WITH ANN TAYLOR AMENDMENTS, "GENERALCONDITIONS OF CONSTRUCTION" WHICH IS MADE PART OF THE CONTRACTDOCUMENTS WITH THE SAME FORCE AND EFFECT AS THOUGH SET FORTH IN FULL ANDSHALL APPLY TO ALL PORTIONS OF WORK.THE CONTRACTOR IS HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DIRECTED, AS A CONDITION OF THECONTRACT, TO OBTAIN THE NECESSARY NUMBER OF COPIES OF AIA DOCUMENT A201,WITH ANN TAYLOR AMENDMENTS WITH THE ARTICLES CONTAINED HEREIN, AND TONOTIFY AND APPRAISE ALL SUBCONTRACTORS AND ANY OTHER PARTIES TO THECONTRACT OF INDIVIDUALS OR AGENCIES ENGAGED ON THE WORK AS TO ITSCONTENTS.SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONSGENERALTHE FOLLOWING SUPPLEMENTS MODIFY, CHANGE, DELETE FROM OR ADD TO THE"GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION", AIA DOCUMENT A201,1987 EDITION. WHERE ANY ARTICLE OF THE GENERAL CONDITIONS IS MODIFIED ORANY PARAGRAPH, SUBPARAGRAPH, SUB-SUBPARAGRAPH OR CLAUSE THEREOF ISMODIFIED OR DELETED BY THESE SUPPLEMENTS, THE UNALTERED PROVISIONS OFTHAT ARTICLE, PARAGRAPH, SUBPARAGRAPH, SUB-SUBPARAGRAPH OR CLAUSE SHALLREMAIN IN EFFECT.WHEREVER THE WORK "ARCHITECT" APPEARS IN THE GENERAL CONDITIONS, IT SHALLBE DELETED AND REPLACED WITH "ARCHITECT (LOFFREDO BROOKS ARCHITECTSP.C..)".ARTICLE I - CONTRACT DOCUMENTSPARAGRAPH 1.1BASIC DEFINITIONSADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPARAGRAPH:1.1.8 MISCELLANEOUS DEFINITIONS1.1.8.1 THE TERM "PRODUCT" AS USED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTSINCLUDES MATERIALS, SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT.1.1.8.2 THE "PROJECT MANUAL" IS THE VOLUME WHICH INCLUDES THEBIDDING REQUIREMENTS, SAMPLE FORMS AND CERTAIN OF THE CONTRACTDOCUMENTS, SUCH AS CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND THESPECIFICATIONS, DIVISION 1 THRU 16.1.1.8.3 THE TERMS "SUITABLE," "SATISFACTORY," "ACCEPTABLE,""UNACCEPTABLE," OR WORDS OF SIMILAR INTENT, ARE CONSTRUED TOINCLUDE THE PHRASE "AS DETERMINED BY THE ARCHITECT," UNLESSOTHER SPECIFIC REFERENCE IS MADE THEREAT.1.1.8.4 THE TERMS "APPROVAL," "FOR APPROVAL," "CONSENT," "REVIEW", ORWORDS OF SIMILAR INTENT, ARE CONSTRUED TO INCLUDE THE PHRASE "OFTHE ARCHITECT", UNLESS OTHER SPECIFIC REFERENCE IS MADE THEREOF.1.1.8.5 THE TERM "PROVIDE" MEANS TO FURNISH AND INSTALL, COMPLETEAND IN PLACE, INCLUDING ALL ACCESSORIES, FINISHES, TESTS ANDSERVICES AS REQUIRED TO RENDER THE ITEM SO SPECIFIED COMPLETELYREADY FOR USE.1.1.8.6 THE TERM "FURNISH" MEANS PROCUREMENT OF FABRICATION OFMATERIALS, EQUIPMENT OR COMPONENTS, OR THE PERFORMANCE OFSERVICES TO THE EXTENT INDICATED. WHERE USED IN RESPECT TOMATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, OR COMPONENTS, THE TERM SHALL INCLUDEDELIVERY TO PROJECT SITE BUT IS NOT INTENDED TO INCLUDE THEINSTALLATION OF THE ITEM, EITHER TEMPORARY OR FINAL.1.1.8.7 THE TERM "INSTALL" MEANS THE PLACEMENT OF MATERIALS,EQUIPMENT, OR COMPONENT INCLUDING THE RECEIVING, UNLOADING,TRANSPORTING, STORAGE AND INSTALLING, AND THE PERFORMANCE OFSUCH TESTING AND FINISH WORK AS IS COMPATIBLE WITH THE DEGREE OFINSTALLATION SPECIFIED.ARTICLE 2 - OWNERPARAGRAPH 2.2INFORMATION AND SERVICES REQUIRED OF THE OWNER2.2.5 DELETE THIS SUBPARAGRAPH IN ITS ENTIRETY AND SUBSTITUTE THEFOLLOWING:2.2.5 THE OWNER WILL FURNISH THE CONTRACTOR WITH THREE (3) COPIESOF WRITTEN MATERIAL AND ONE (1) REPRODUCIBLE SET OF DRAWINGS ATNO COST.ARTICLE 3 - CONTRACTORPARAGRAPH 3.1 GENERAL3.1.4 IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO OBTAIN A COPY, IFAVAILABLE, OF THE BUILDING RULES AND REGULATIONS, AND TO INCLUDETHE TERMS OF THESE AS PAR TO THEIR CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION.THE CONTRACTOR MUST NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER IN WRITINGOF ANY INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND THEBUILDING RULES AND REGULATIONS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANYWORK.PARAGRAPH 3.2 REVIEW OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND FIELD CONDITIONS BYTHE CONTRACTORADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPARAGRAPH:3.2.2 THE CONTRACTOR'S REPORT TO THE ARCHITECT OF ANY ERROR,INCONSISTENCY OR OMISSION IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SHALL BE INWRITING.PARAGRAPH 3.4LABOR AND MATERIALSADD THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPHS:3.4.2 THE ARCHITECT WILL PROMPTLY REPLY IN WRITING TO THECONTRACTOR STATING WHETHER THE OWNER OR THE ARCHITECT, AFTERDUE INVESTIGATION, HAS REASONABLE OBJECTION TO ANY SUCHPROPOSAL. IF ADEQUATE DATA ON ANY PROPOSED MANUFACTURER ORINSTALLER IS NOT AVAILABLE, THE ARCHITECT MAY STATE THAT ACTIONWILL BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE CONTRACTOR PROVIDES FURTHER DATA.FAILURE OF THE OWNER OR ARCHITECT TO REPLY PROMPTLY SHALLCONSTITUTE NOTICE OF NO REASONABLE OBJECTION. FAILURE TO OBJECTTO A MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT CONSTITUTE A WAIVER OF ANY OF THEREQUIREMENTS OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, AND ALL PRODUCTSFURNISHED BY THE MANUFACTURER MUST CONFORM TO SUCHREQUIREMENTS.3.4.4 NOT LATER THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE CONTRACT DATE (THEDATE OF THE OWNER-CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT) AND PRIOR TO AWARD OFSUBCONTRACTS, BUT IN ALL CASES AT LEAST TEN (10) WORKING DAYSPRIOR TO SUBMISSION OF THE CONTRACTOR'S FIRST APPLICATION FORPAYMENT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A LIST SHOWING THE NAMEOF THE MANUFACTURER PROPOSED TO BE USED FOR EACH OF THEPRODUCTS SPECIFIED IN ALL SECTIONS OF DIVISION 2 THROUGH 16 AND,WHERE APPLICABLE, THE NAME OF THE INSTALLING SUBCONTRACTOR.3.4.5 AFTER THE CONTRACT HAS BEEN EXECUTED, THE OWNER AND THEARCHITECT WILL CONSIDER A FORMAL REQUEST FOR THE SUBSTITUTIONOF PRODUCTS IN PLACE OF THOSE SPECIFIED ONLY UNDER THECONDITIONS SET FORTH IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.PARAGRAPH 3.7PERMITS, FEES AND NOTICESREPLACE PARAGRAPH 3.7.1 WITH THE FOLLOWING:3.7.1 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SECURE AND PAY FOR THE COST OF THEBUILDING PERMIT REQUIRED BY THE LOCAL JURISDICTION. UNLESSOTHERWISE PROVIDED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, THE CONTRACTORSHALL SECURE AND PAY FOR ALL OTHER PERMITS AND GOVERNMENTALFEES, LICENSES AND INSPECTIONS NECESSARY FOR THE PROJECTEXECUTION AND COMPLETION OF THE WORK WHICH ARE CUSTOMARILYSECURED AFTER EXECUTION OF THE CONTRACT AND WHICH ARE LEGALLYREQUIRED AT THE TIME THE BIDS ARE RECEIVED; ALL COSTS FOR THESEPERMITS, FEES, LICENSES AND INSPECTIONS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THEBID.PARAGRAPH 3.10CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULEADD THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPH:3.10.2INITIAL SUBMITTAL OF THE PROGRESS SCHEDULE SHALL BE WITHIN FIVE (5)WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF NOTICE OF AWARD OF THE CONTRACT.PARAGRAPH 3.12SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLESADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPARAGRAPHS:3.10.10 REFER TO GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS ONTHIS SUBJECT.3.12.11 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PREPARE AND SUBMIT A SCHEDULE LISTINGDATES FOR SUBMISSION AND DATES REVIEWED SHOP DRAWINGS,PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES REQUIRED BY THE SPECIFICATIONS ARENEEDED. THIS SCHEDULE SHALL BE SUBMITTED WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKINGDAYS OF THE RECEIPT OF NOTICE OF AWARD OF THE CONTRACT.PARAGRAPH 3.14CUTTING AND PATCHING OF WORKADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPARAGRAPH:3.14.3 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR RESTORATION OF ANYEXISTING CONDITIONS DISTURBED BY HIS WORK, WHETHER OR NOTINDICATED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THE COSTS FOR SUCHRESTORATION SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT SUM AND BEPERFORMED BY WORKERS SKILLED IN THE TRADE OF WORK AFFECTED.PARAGRAPH 3.15CLEANING UPADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPARAGRAPH:3.15.3REFER TO THE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS ONTHIS SUBJECT.ARTICLE 9 - PAYMENTS AND COMPLETIONPARAGRAPH 9.2SCHEDULE OF VALUESADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPARAGRAPH:9.2.2 REFER TO DIVISION 1 - SUBMITTALS FOR ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS ONTHIS SUBJECT.PARAGRAPH 9.3APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT9.3.1 IN THE FOURTH LINE FOLLOWING THE WORD "NOTARIZED", DELETETHE WORDS "IF REQUIRED".ADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUB-SUBPARAGRAPHS:9.3.1.3 THE FORM OF APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT SHALL BE AIA DOCUMENTG702 "APPLICATION AND CERTIFICATE FOR PAYMENT", MAY 1983 EDITION,SUPPORTED BY AIA DOCUMENT G703, CONTINUATION SHEET, APRIL 1978EDITION.9.3.1.4 UNIT THE WORK IS SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLETE, THE OWNER WILL PAYNINETY PERCENT (90%) OF THE AMOUNT DUE THE CONTRACTOR ONACCOUNT OF PROGRESS PAYMENTS.9.3.1.5 WITH THE SECOND APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT, AND WITH EACHAPPLICATION THEREAFTER, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH WAIVERS OFLIENS IN THE AMOUNT OF THE PREVIOUS CERTIFICATE FOR PAYMENT.PARAGRAPH 9.8SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION9.8.2 ADD THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE:PARAGRAPH 9.10THE PAYMENT SHALL BE SUFFICIENT TO INCREASE THE TOTAL PAYMENTSTO NINETY-FIVE PERCENT (95%) OF THE CONTRACT SUM, LESS SUCHAMOUNTS AS THE ARCHITECT SHALL DETERMINE FOR ALL INCOMPLETEWORK AND UNSETTLED CLAIMS.FINAL COMPLETION AND FINAL PAYMENT9.10.2 ADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUB-SUBPARAGRAPH:9.10.2.1 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SECURE ALL FINAL INSPECTION PERMITSAND ATTACH THEM TO HIS FINAL APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT.ARTICLE 11 - INSURANCEPARAGRAPH 11.1CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITY INSURANCE11.1.1 IN FIRST LINE FOLLOWING THE WORD "MAINTAIN", INSERT THE WORDS"IN A COMPANY OR COMPANIES LICENSED TO DO BUSINESS IN THE STATEOF NEW YORK AND WHICH ARE SATISFACTORY TO THE OWNER".ADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUB-SUBPARAGRAPH:11.1.1.4 LIABILITY INSURANCE SHALL INCLUDE ALL MAJOR DIVISIONS OFCOVERAGE AND BE ON A COMPREHENSIVE BASIS INCLUDING:1. PREMISES OPERATION (INCLUDING X-C/U AS APPLICABLE).2. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS PROTECTIVE.3. PRODUCTS AND COMPLETED OPERATIONS.4. PERSONAL INJURY LIABILITY WITH EMPLOYMENT EXCLUSION DELETED.5. CONTRACTUAL - INCLUDING SPECIFIED PROVISION FOR CONTRACTOR'SOBLIGATION UNDER PARAGRAPH 4.18.6. OWNER, NON-OWNED AND HIRED MOTOR VEHICLES.7. BROAD FORM PROPERTY DAMAGE INCLUDING COMPLETEDOPERATIONS.8. AMOUNT OF COVERAGE SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN REQUIRED BY THE BUILDINGMANAGEMENT.11.1.4 ADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUB-SUBPARAGRAPH:11.1.4.1 FURNISH ONE COPY EACH OF CERTIFICATES IF INSURANCEHEREIN REQUIRED FOR EACH COPY OF THE AGREEMENT WHICH SHALLSPECIFICALLY SET FORTH EVIDENCE OF ALL COVERAGE REQUIRED BYSUBPARAGRAPHS 11.1.1, 11.1.2 AND 11.1.3. THE FORM OF THE CERTIFICATESHALL BE AIA DOCUMENT G705, CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE, NOVEMBER1978 EDITION. FURNISH TO THE OWNER COPIES OF ANY ENDORSEMENTSTHAT ARE SUBSEQUENTLY ISSUED AMENDING COVERAGE OR LIMITS.END OF SECTIONSECTION 01000 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTSPART 1 - GENERAL1.01GENERALA. EXAMINE PREMISES CAREFULLY AND REPORT IN WRITING ANY DISCREPANCIESTO THE ARCHITECT BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH ANY WORK.B. THE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT, THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OFARCHITECTS STANDARD DOCUMENT #A201 "GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THECONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION," APRIL 1987 EDITION OR MOST CURRENTPUBLISHED EDITION, 14 ARTICLES, 24 PAGES AND THE FOLLOWINGSUPPLEMENTARY REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO ALL SECTIONS OF THISSPECIFICATION.C. WHERE "GENERAL AND SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS" SPECIFIED IN THESEDOCUMENTS MODIFY THE AIA GENERAL CONDITIONS, THEY SHALL TAKEPRECEDENCE.D. WHERE "GENERAL AND SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS" CLAUSES ARE REPEATED,IT SHALL BE UNDERSTOOD AS CALLING SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEM OR AS AFURTHER QUALIFICATION, AND SHALL NOT BE ASSUMED AS OMITTING ANYFURTHER CLAUSE OF THE GENERAL CONDITIONS.E. MAINTAIN ADEQUATE PROTECTION OF THE WORK FROM DAMAGE AND PROTECTTHE OWNER'S PROPERTY AND THE PUBLIC FROM INJURY OR LOSS ARISING INCONNECTION WITH THIS WORK. MAKE GOOD ANY SUCH DAMAGE, INJURY ORLOSS, AND ACCEPT EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY AND HOLD HARMLESS THE OWNER ANDARCHITECT AGAINST INJURIES OR CLAIMS THEREFORE OF ALL PERSONS ANDANY ALLEGED DAMAGE TO PROPERTY IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK. ERECTAND MAINTAIN AT ALL TIMES, AS REQUIRED BY THE CONDITIONS AND PROGRESSOF THE WORK, ALL NECESSARY SAFEGUARDS FOR THE PROTECTION OF THEWORKMEN AND THE PUBLIC.F. ALL WORK AND MATERIALS SHALL BE IN FULL ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATESTRULES AND REGULATIONS OF ALL MUNICIPAL CODES AND STATE LAWS ORREGULATIONS. NOTHING IN THESE PLANS OR SPECIFICATIONS IS TO BECONSTRUED TO PERMIT WORK NOT CONFORMING TO THESE CODES. IN CASESWHERE CODE REQUIREMENTS DIFFER, THE MORE STRINGENT CODE SHALL TAKEPRECEDENCE.G.INDEMNITYPROVISION MUST BE MADE TO INSURE THE "HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT"WHICH READS AS FOLLOWS:1. THE CONTRACTOR HEREBY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE HARMLESS THEOWNER, BUILDING MANAGEMENT AND ARCHITECT FROM AND AGAINST ALLLIABILITY CLAIMS AND DEMANDS ON ACCOUNT OF INJURY TO PERSONSINCLUDING DEATH RESULTING THEREFROM AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTYARISING OUT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THESE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS BYTHE CONTRACTOR'S PROPERTY. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, AT HIS OR ITSOWN EXPENSE, DEFEND ANY AND ALL ACTIONS AT LAW BROUGHT AGAINSTTHE OWNER AND THE SAME OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE ABOVE AND SHALLPAY ALL ATTORNEY'S FEES AND ALL EXPENSES, AND PROMPTLY DISCHARGEANY JUDGMENTS ARISING THEREFROM. THESE CONDITIONS SHALL ALSOAPPLY TO ANY SUBCONTRACTED OPERATIONS.2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SECURE AND PROTECT THE WORK AND SHALL BEARAND BE LIABLE FOR, AND SHALL REPAIR AND REPLACE ALL LOSS AND DAMAGEOF ANY KIND WHICH MAY HAPPEN TO THE WORK AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO THEFINAL COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE THEREOF FROM ANY CAUSEWHATSOEVER, AND THE OWNER AND ARCHITECT WILL NOT, IN ANY MANNER,BE ANSWERABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE THAT SHALLHAPPEN TO THE WORK OR ANY PART THEREOF, NOR FOR ANY MATERIALS,EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, PLANT, FACILITIES OR OTHER THINGS THAT MAY BEEMPLOYED THEREIN OR PLACED UPON THE PREMISES BY THE CONTRACTOR,THE LATTER BEING SOLELY RESPONSIBLE THEREFORE UNTIL THE WORK HASBEEN FULLY ACCEPTED BY THE OWNER.3. THE CONTRACTOR HEREBY AGREES, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, TOASSUME THE ENTIRE RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY FOR AND DEFENSE OFAND TO PAY AND INDEMNIFY THE OWNER AND THE ARCHITECT(COLLECTIVELY THE "INDEMNITIES") AGAINST ANY LOSS, EXPENSE ORLIABILITY AND WILL HOLD EACH OF THEM HARMLESS FROM ANY PAY, ANYLOSS, DAMAGE, COST OR EXPENSE (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,JUDGMENTS, ATTORNEY'S FEES, COURT COSTS AND THE COST OFAPPELLATE PROCEEDINGS), WHICH THE INDEMNITIES (COLLECTIVELY ORINDIVIDUALLY) INCUR BECAUSE OF INJURY TO OR DEATH OF ANY PERSON ORON ACCOUNT OF DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, INCLUDING LOSS OF USE THEREOF,OR ANY OTHER CLAIM ARISING OUT OF, IN CONNECTION WITH OR AS ACONSEQUENCE OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK, AND/OR ANY ACT OROMISSION OF THE CONTRACTOR OR ANY OF ITS SUBCONTRACTORS,OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR ANYONE DIRECTLY ORINDIRECTLY EMPLOYED BY THE CONTRACTOR OR ANYONE WHOSE ACTS THECONTRACTOR MAY BE LIABLE AS IT RELATES TO THE SCOPE OF THISCONTRACT. HOWEVER, NOTHING HEREIN CONTAINED SHALL REQUIRE THECONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE INDEMNIFICATION AGAINST THE PROPORTION OFANY LIABILITY FOR CLAIMS WHICH ARE PROVEN TO HAVE ARISEN FROM THENEGLIGENCE OF THE PARTY ASKED TO BE DEFENDED, INDEMNIFIED OR HELDHARMLESS. CONTRACTOR WILL PURCHASE AND MAINTAIN SUCH INSURANCEAS WILL PROTECT IT FROM ANY COSTS AND EXPENSES RELATING TO THEFOREGOING, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CONTRACTUAL COVERAGECOVERING THE FOREGOING INDEMNITY, AND SHALL PROVIDE THE OWNERWITH CERTIFICATES EVIDENCING SAME IN THE FORM ANNEXED HERETO.H. INSURANCE TO BE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR1. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, THROUGH AGENTS AND IN AMOUNTS AND BYCOMPANIES TO BE APPROVED BY THE OWNER, OBTAIN, MAINTAIN IN FORCEDURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THE CONTRACT AND PAY FOR SUCHINSURANCE AS REQUIRED HEREIN. IF THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FAIL TODELIVER CERTIFICATES FOR ITS INSURANCE OR THE INSURANCE OF ITSSUBCONTRACTORS TO THE OWNER WITHIN FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS AFTERDEMAND, AND IN ANY EVENT, PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF THE WORK ONTHE PROJECT, THE OWNER MAY OBTAIN SUCH INSURANCE FOR THECONTRACTOR AND PAY PREMIUMS THEREON, AND THE CONTRACTOR SHALLREPAY THE OWNER, ON DEMAND, ANY SUM OR SUMS PAID THEREFORE,TOGETHER WITH INTEREST THEREON, OR THE OWNER, MAY DEDUCT SUCHSUM OR SUMS, TOGETHER WITH INTEREST THEREIN, FROM ANY MONEY DUEOR TO BECOME DUE TO THE CONTRACTOR UNDER THIS CONTRACT. ASPROVIDED BELOW, EVERY POLICY OF INSURANCE REQUIRED HEREUNDERSHALL NAME THE INDEMNITIES AS ADDITIONAL INSURED AND SHALL PROVIDEFOR GIVING THE OWNER AND THE OTHER INDEMNITIES IF SO REQUESTED INWRITING THIRTY (30) DAYS' PRIOR WRITTEN NOTICE OF THE CANCELLATIONTHEREOF.2. ANY POLICY OF INSURANCE COVERING THE CONTRACTOR'S OWN TOOLS,PLANT AND FACILITIES AGAINST LOSS BY PHYSICAL DAMAGE SHALL INCLUDEAN ENDORSEMENT PROVIDING THAT THE UNDERWRITERS WAIVE THEIRRIGHTS OF SUBROGATION AGAINST THE OWNER.3. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT COMMENCE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACTUNTIL IT HAS OBTAINED ALL OF THE INSURANCE REFERRED TO HEREIN ANDTHE CONTRACTOR AND/OR SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TOMAINTAIN THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE IN AMOUNTS NOT LESS THAN THOSESPECIFIED BELOW:a. WORKERS COMPENSATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATEWITH JURISDICTION.b.EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY INSURANCE IN AN AMOUNT NOT LESS THAN $100,000.c. COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY/UMBRELLA LIABILITY FOR:(1) BODILY INJURY LIABILITY INSURANCE(2) PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITYWITH LIMITS OF $1,000,000/$5,000,000 COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT EACHOCCURRENCE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COMPREHENSIVE FORMPREMISES - OPERATIONS, EXPLOSION AND COLLAPSE HAZARD,PRODUCTS/COMPLETED OPERATIONS HAZARD (2 YEARS' EXTENSIONBEYOND COMPLETION OF PROJECT), CONTRACTUAL COVERAGE(INCLUDING COVERAGE FOR THE INDEMNITY CLAUSES PROVIDED UNDERTHIS CONTRACT), BROAD FORM PROPERTY DAMAGE, INDEPENDENTCONTRACTORS, PERSONAL INJURY (EMPLOYEES EXCLUSION DELETED)AND 'X,' 'C' AND 'U' EXCLUSIONS DELETED.(3) COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITYCOMPREHENSIVE, OWNED, HIRED, NON-OWNED WITH LIMITS $500,000COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT EACH OCCURRENCE.(4) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT THESE REQUIREMENTS AREACCEPTABLE TO THE OWNER. IF NOT, THEY SHALL OBTAIN INSURANCECOVERAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR REQUIREMENTS.4. THE ABOVE INSURANCE SHALL, WITHOUT LIABILITY ON THE PART OF THEOWNER FOR PREMIUMS THEREOF, INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:a.ENDORSEMENT AS ADDITIONAL INSURERS OF:(1) OWNER, ARCHITECT AND THEIR PARTNERS, DIRECTORS, OFFICERS,EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND REPRESENTATIVES; AND(2) ALL OTHER INDEMNITIES NAMED IN THE CONTRACT.b. THIRTY (30) DAY PRIOR NOTICE OF CANCELLATION TO EACH NAME INSURED;ANDc. WAIVER OF SUBROGATION5. THE ABOVE POLICIES SHALL BE ENDORSED TO CONTAIN THE FOLLOWINGWORDING VERBATIM:"OWNER IS INTERESTED IN THE MAINTENANCE OF THIS INSURANCE AND IT ISAGREED THAT THIS INSURANCE WILL NOT BE CANCELED, MATERIALLYCHANGED OR NOT RENEWED WITHOUT AT LEAST THIRTY (30) DAYS' ADVANCEWRITTEN NOTICE TO THE OWNER AND THE OTHER ADDITIONAL INSURERS ASSO REQUESTED IN WRITING. THE CONTRACTOR HEREBY AGREES, TO THEEXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, TO ASSUME THE ENTIRE RESPONSIBILITY ANDLIABILITY FOR AND DEFENSE OF AND TO PAY AND INDEMNIFY THE OWNERFOR THE PROJECT AND THE ARCHITECT (COLLECTIVELY THE "INDEMNITIES")AGAINST ANY LOSS, EXPENSE OR LIABILITY AND WILL HOLD EACH OF THEMHARMLESS FROM ANY PAY, ANY LOSS, JUDGMENTS, ATTORNEY'S FEES,COURT COSTS AND THE COST OF APPELLATE PROCEEDINGS), WHICH THEINDEMNITIES (COLLECTIVELY OR INDIVIDUALLY) INCUR BECAUSE OF INJURYTO OR DEATH OF ANY PERSON OR ON ACCOUNT OF DAMAGE TO PROPERTY,INCLUDING LOSS OF USE THEREOF, OR ANY OTHER CLAIM ARISING OUT OF, INCONNECTION WITH OR AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THEWORK, AND/OR ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF THE CONTRACTOR OR ANY OF ITSSUBCONTRACTORS, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS ORANYONE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY EMPLOYED BY THE CONTRACTOR ORANYONE WHOSE ACTS THE CONTRACTOR MAY BE LIABLE AS IT RELATES TOTHE SCOPE OF THIS CONTRACT. HOWEVER, NOTHING HEREIN CONTAINEDSHALL REQUIRE THE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE INDEMNIFICATION AGAINSTTHE PROPORTION OF ANY LIABILITY FOR CLAIMS WHICH ARE PROVEN TOHAVE ARISEN FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE PARTY ASKED TO BEDEFENDED, INDEMNIFIED OR HELD HARMLESS. CONTRACTOR WILLPURCHASE AND MAINTAIN SUCH INSURANCE AS WILL PROTECT IT FROM ANYCOSTS AND EXPENSES RELATING TO THE FOREGOING, INCLUDING, WITHOUTLIMITATION, CONTRACTUAL COVERAGE COVERING THE FOREGOINGINDEMNITY, AND SHALL PROVIDE THE OWNER WITH CERTIFICATESEVIDENCING SAME."1.02SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS CONTRACT COMPRISES THE RENOVATION OF SPACE FORANN TAYLOR LOFT AT PARAMUS PARK SHOPPING CENTER.B. THE CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND OPERATIONS SHALL BE SUBJECT TOAPPROVAL OF THE OWNER AND THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT.C. CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES1. CONTRACTOR SHALL LIMIT HIS USE OF THE PREMISES FOR WORK AND FORSTORAGE TO THE AREA DESIGNATED BY BUILDING MANAGEMENT.2.EACH CONTRACTOR ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PROTECTION ANDSAFEKEEPING OF HIS MATERIALS STORED AT THE SITE.3. THE CONTRACTOR IS ADVISED THAT LIMITED STORAGE SPACE IS AVAILABLE INTHE SPACE TO BE RENOVATED.D. WORK RELATED REQUIREMENTS1. MOVEMENT OF WORKMEN AND MATERIALS INTO THE BUILDING WILL BEALONG ROUTES AND AT TIMES AS DIRECTED AND RESTRICTED BY THEBUILDING MANAGEMENT.2. WORK IN THE BUILDING WILL BE PERMITTED DURING THE HOURS AND DAYSESTABLISHED BY THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT AND OTHER ALTERNATEHOURS AS ARRANGED WITH AND APPROVED BY THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT.3. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SCHEDULE DELIVERY OF MATERIALS ANDREMOVALS OF DEBRIS WITH THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT. CONTRACTORSHALL GIVE ADEQUATE NOTICE OF REQUIREMENTS.4. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT ERECT SIGNS.5. TEMPORARY FIELD OFFICE SPACE IN THE CONSTRUCTION AREA SHALL BEPROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE HIS OWNFURNITURE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A TELEPHONE FORCOMMUNICATIONS AND SUBCONTRACTORS' USE.6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ARRANGE WITH THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT FORHIS OWN UTILITY SERVICES INCLUDING ELECTRICAL POWER, WATER ANDLIGHTING. THE COST OF HOOK-UP AND DISTRIBUTION SHALL ALSO BE PAIDFOR BY THE CONTRACTOR. SERVICES NOT AVAILABLE FROM THE BUILDINGSHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR AT HIS OWN EXPENSE.7. THE CONTRACTOR AND HIS PERSONNEL MAY USE EXISTING TOILET FACILITIESFOR HIS EMPLOYEES. HOWEVER, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FORPROTECTING THE EXISTING TOILET FACILITY AND RESTORING IT TO ITSORIGINAL CONDITION UPON COMPLETION OF THE JOB.8. WHERE DISAGREEMENTS OCCUR BETWEEN THE DRAWINGS AND THESPECIFICATIONS, OR WITHIN EITHER DOCUMENT ITSELF OR BETWEEN THESPECIFICATIONS AND THE BUILDING RULES AND STANDARDS, THE ITEM ORARRANGEMENT OF BETTER QUALITY, GREATER QUANTITY OR HIGHER COSTSHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT .9. CONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DIMENSIONSAND CONDITIONS ON THE JOB AND THE ARCHITECT'S OFFICE MUST BENOTIFIED OF ANY VARIATIONS FROM THE DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONSSHOWN BY THESE DRAWINGS.10. ALL CONSTRUCTION DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS SHALL CONCUR WITH AND BEDETERMINED FROM THESE DRAWINGS ONLY.11. ALL MATERIALS, ASSEMBLIES, FORMS AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTIONSAND SERVICE EQUIPMENT TO BE INCORPORATED IN THE WORK SHALL BE INSTRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF THE ASTMSPECIFICATIONS APPLICABLE, AND TO CONFORM TO THE STANDARDS ANDRECOMMENDATIONS OF THE VARIOUS TRADE INSTITUTES (ACI, AIBC, ETC.),WHERE APPLICABLE. ALL MATERIALS INCORPORATED INTO THE WORK SHALLBE NEW AND SHALL COMPLY WITH THE LOCAL CODE REQUIREMENTS.12.CONTRACTORS SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ADEQUATELY BRACING ANDPROTECTING ALL WORK DURING CONSTRUCTION AGAINST DAMAGE,BREAKAGES, COLLAPSE, DISTORTIONS AND OFF-ALIGNMENT ACCORDING TOAPPLICABLE CODES, STANDARDS AND GOOD PRACTICE.13.CONSTRUCTION SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCALCODES, ORDINANCES, RULES AND REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO LABOR ANDMATERIALS.14. ALL NOTES HEREIN MENTIONED WITH THOSE OF THE VARIOUS DRAWINGSSHALL APPLY TO ALL DRAWINGS AND FORM PART OF THE CONTRACT.15.EACH CONTRACTOR WILL BE HELD STRICTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS WORK.ANY DISCREPANCIES IN THE PLANS OR DETAILS SHALL BE CALLED TO THEATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT.16. ALL MATERIALS, ASSEMBLIES, FORMS AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION ANDSERVICE EQUIPMENT SHALL MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:a. IT SHALL HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED PRIOR TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THECODE.b. IT SHALL HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED FOR USE UNDER THE PRESCRIBED CODETEST METHODS BY THE COMMISSIONER, ORc. IT SHALL HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF STANDARDS ANDAPPEALS.17. ALL MATERIALS OR ASSEMBLIES REQUIRED TO HAVE A FIRE RESISTANCERATING SHALL COMPLY WITH LOCAL CODES AND REQUIREMENTS.18. ALL EXITS SHALL BE KEPT READILY ACCESSIBLE AND UNOBSTRUCTED AT ALLTIMES.19.FINISH FLOORING IN ALL EXITS SHALL BE OF NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.20.ILLUMINATION OF AT LEAST 5-FOOT CANDLES MEASURED AT THE FLOORLEVEL SHALL BE MAINTAINED CONTINUOUSLY IN EXITS AND THEIR ACCESSFACILITIES.21.EXIT LIGHTING SHALL BE ON CIRCUITS THAT ARE SEPARATE FROM ANYOTHER CIRCUITS, TAKEN OFF AHEAD OF THE MAIN SWITCH.22.WHERE REQUIRED, LOCATION OF EVERY EXIT SHALL BE CLEARLY INDICATEDBY EXIT SIGNS, PLACED, IF REQUIRED, AT AN ANGLE WITH THE EXIT OPENING.INSTALL DIRECTIONAL SIGNS TO SERVE AS GUIDE FROM ALL PORTIONS OFTHE CORRIDOR OR FLOOR, SIGNS SHALL BE ON SEPARATE CIRCUITS, TAKENOFF AHEAD OF THE MAIN SWITCH.23.EXIT SIGNS SHALL BE INTERNALLY LIGHTED, HAVING AN INITIAL BRIGHTNESSOF THE LETTERS OF AT LEAST 25' LAMBERT. LETTERS SHALL BE BLOCKLETTERING, AT LEAST 4-1/2" HIGH, WITH 9/16" STROKES.24.CORRIDORS AND EXIT PASSAGEWAYS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM CLEAR HEIGHTOF 7'-6" FOR AT LEAST 75% OF THE FLOOR AREA WITH NO POINT LESS THAN7'-0" IN HEIGHT. PROJECTION BELOW THE CEILING SHALL NOT OBSTRUCTFULL VIEW OF EXIT SIGNS.25.CONDUITS IN FIRE-RATED PARTITIONS WILL NOT EXCEED 3/4" DIAMETER.OUTLETS IN PARTITIONS SHALL BE BACKED UP WITH APPROVED MATERIALS.26.NO CONDUITS, PIPES, MEDICINE CABINETS, ETC. SHALL ENCROACH UPONFIRE-RATED PARTITIONS ENCLOSING PUBLIC CORRIDORS, STAIRS, ELEVATORSHAFTS OR VENT SHAFTS.27.EXIT DOORS SHALL BE READILY OPERABLE AT ALL TIMES FROM THE SIDEFROM WHICH EGRESS IS TO BE MADE. DOORS OPENING INTO INTERIORENCLOSED STAIR SHALL NOT BE LOCKED FROM EITHER SIDE EXCEPT THATDOORS MAY BE LOCKED TO PREVENT ACCESS TO THE STAIRS FROM THEOUTDOORS AT THE STREET LEVEL.28.PIPE SPACE AND WALL FURRINGS SHALL CONSIST OF METAL CHANNELS AND5/8" GYPSUM WALLBOARD, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SHOWN.29.ALL COMBUSTIBLE FLOORING TO HAVE FLAME SPREAD RATING INACCORDANCE WITH BOCA '93.30.THE BATHROOM SIDE OF PARTITIONS SHALL BE 5/8" WATER RESISTANTGYPSUM WALLBOARD OR BACKER BOARD, IF ROOM IS TO RECEIVE TILE ORSTONE.31.VENTILATION SHAFT WALLS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: ONE LAYER OF 5/8" FIRECODE GYPSUM WALL BOARD EACH SIDE OVER 1" GYPSUM COREBOARD;TOTAL WIDTH TO BE 2-1/4". INSTALLATION AS RECOMMENDED BYMANUFACTURER.32.ALL DUCT SHAFTS OFFSETS SHALL BE ENCASED WITH 2-HOUR FIRE RATEDMATERIAL.33.ALL PERMITS ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS SHALL BE POSTEDIN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION FOR THE ENTIRETIME OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND THE USE AND OPERATION OF THEEQUIPMENT OR UNTIL THE EXPIRATION OF THE PERMIT.34.WRITTEN DIMENSIONS ON THESE DRAWINGS SHALL HAVE PRECEDENCE OVERSCALED DIMENSIONS. DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED. ALL WORK SHALLBE LAID OUT BY DIMENSIONS. LAYOUT TO BE APPROVED BY ARCHITECT ANDANN TAYLOR PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK.35. DEFINITIONSa. INDICATED: SHOWN ON DRAWINGS BY NOTES, GRAPHICS OR SCHEDULES,OR WRITTEN INTO OTHER PORTIONS OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. TERMSSUCH AS "SHOWN," "NOTED," "SCHEDULED" AND "SPECIFIED" HAVE SAMEMEANING AS "INDICATED," AND ARE USED TO ASSIST THE READER INLOCATING PARTICULAR INFORMATION.b. DIRECTED, REQUESTED, APPROVED, ACCEPTED, ETC.: THESE TERMSIMPLY "BY THE ARCHITECT" UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.c. REVIEWED BY ARCHITECT: IN NO CASE RELEASES CONTRACTOR FROMRESPONSIBILITY TO FULFILL REQUIREMENTS OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.d. PROJECT SITE: SPACE AVAILABLE TO CONTRACTOR AT LOCATION OFPROJECT, EITHER EXCLUSIVELY OR TO BE SHARED WITH SEPARATECONTRACTORS, FOR PERFORMANCE OF WORK.e. FURNISH: SUPPLY AND DELIVER TO PROJECT SITE, READY FORUNLOADING, UNPACKING, ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION AND SIMILARSUBSEQUENT REQUIREMENTS.f. INSTALL: OPERATIONS AT PROJECT SITE, INCLUDING UNLOADING,UNPACKING, ASSEMBLY, ERECTION, PLACING, ANCHORING, APPLYING,WORKING TO DIMENSION, FINISHING, CURING, PROTECTING, CLEANINGAND SIMILAR OPERATIONS.g. PROVIDE: FURNISH AND INSTALL, COMPLETE AND READY FOR INTENDEDUSE.h. INSTALLER: ENTITY (FIRM OR PERSON) ENGAGED TO INSTALL WORK, BYCONTRACTOR, SUBCONTRACTOR OR SUB-SUBCONTRACTOR. INSTALLERSARE REQUIRED TO BE SKILLED EXPERTS IN WORK THEY ARE ENGAGED TOINSTALL.i. OVERLAPPING/CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS: MOST STRINGENT(GENERALLY MOST COSTLY) APPLIES AND WILL BE ENFORCED, UNLESSMORE DETAILED LANGUAGE WRITTEN DIRECTLY INTO CONTRACTDOCUMENTS CLEARLY INDICATES THAT A LESS STRINGENT REQUIREMENTIS ACCEPTABLE. REFER UNCERTAINTIES TO ARCHITECT FOR DECISIONBEFORE PROCEEDING.j. ABBREVIATIONS, PLURAL WORDS: ABBREVIATIONS, WHERE NOT DEFINEDIN CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, WILL BE INTERPRETED TO MEAN THE NORMALCONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TERMINOLOGY, DETERMINED BY RECOGNIZEDGRAMMATICAL RULES, BY THE ARCHITECT. PLURAL WORDS WILL BEINTERPRETED AS SINGULAR AND SINGULAR WORDS WILL BE INTERPRETEDAS PLURAL WHERE APPLICABLE FOR CONTEXT OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.k. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: REQUIREMENTS OF THE WORK ARE CONTAINEDIN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND INCLUDE CROSS-REFERENCETHEREIN TO PUBLISH INFORMATION, WHICH IS NOT NECESSARILY BOUNDTHEREWITH.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868AS-1ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


1.03PROJECT COORDINATIONB. STORAGE AND PROTECTION1.02SUBMITTALS1. ROUGH & FINISH CARPENTRY 061002.07 SHOP DRAWINGSA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL:1. COORDINATE WORK OF HIS OWN EMPLOYEES.2. EXPEDITE HIS WORK TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH SCHEDULES.3. COORDINATE AND SCHEDULE HIS WORK WITH THAT OF OTHERCONTRACTORS AND WITH WORK BY THE OWNER.4. NOT RESTRICT ACCESS TO THE BUILDING DURING HOURS OF OPERATION.PROVIDE ADEQUATE PROTECTION OF THE PUBLIC FROM CONSTRUCTIONACTIVITIES. MAINTAIN PEDESTRIAN RIGHT-OF-WAY ON PUBLIC SIDEWALKS.B. CONSTRUCTION ORGANIZATION AND START-UPTHE ARCHITECT SHALL ESTABLISH ON-SITE LINES OF AUTHORITY ANDCOMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:1. SCHEDULING AND CONDUCTING A PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING ANDPROGRESS MEETINGS.2. ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR TRANSMITTAL OF INTRA-PROJECTCOMMUNICATIONS.3. INTERPRETING CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND ASSISTING IN RESOLUTION OFQUESTIONS OR CONFLICTS WHICH MAY ARISE.1.04SUBMITTALSA. GENERAL: SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES ASREQUIRED BY THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.B. SHOP DRAWINGS: DRAWINGS SHALL BE PRESENTED IN A CLEAR ANDTHOROUGH MANNER. DETAILS SHALL BE IDENTIFIED BY REFERENCE TO DETAILSSHOWN ON THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS.C. PRODUCT DATA: EACH COPY SHALL BE CLEARLY MARKED TO:1. IDENTIFY PERTINENT PRODUCTS.2. SHOW PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AND CAPACITIES.3. SHOW DIMENSIONS AND REQUIRED CLEARANCES.D. SAMPLES: SAMPLES SHALL BE OF SUFFICIENT SIZE AND QUANTITY TO CLEARLYILLUSTRATE:1. FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT.2. FULL RANGE OF COLOR, TEXTURE AND PATTERN.E. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS1. MAKE SUBMITTALS PROMPTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROVED SCHEDULEAND IN SUCH SEQUENCE AS TO CAUSE NO DELAY IN THE WORK OR IN THEWORK OF ANY OTHER CONTRACTOR.2. NUMBER OF REQUIRED SUBMITTALSa. SHOP DRAWINGS: SUBMIT THREE (3) OPAQUE REPRODUCTIONS AND ONE(1) SEPIA REPRODUCIBLE.b. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT THREE (3) COPIES OF DATA.c. SAMPLES: SUBMIT THE NUMBER STATED IN EACH SPECIFICATION SECTION.IF NOT STATED, PROVIDE TWO (2) SETS OF EACH SAMPLE REQUESTED.3. SUBMITTAL INFORMATIONa. THE DATE OF SUBMISSION AND THE DATES OF ANY PREVIOUSSUBMISSIONS.b. THE PROJECT TITLE AND NUMBER.c. THE NAME OF THE:(1) ARCHITECT(2) CONTRACTOR(3) MANUFACTURER(4) MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVEd. IDENTIFICATION OF THE PRODUCT, WITH THE APPROPRIATE SPECIFICATIONSECTION NUMBER.e. INDICATION OF LOCATION WHERE ITEM IS TO BE INSTALLED.f. FIELD DIMENSIONS, IF REQUIRED, CLEARLY IDENTIFIED AS SUCH.g. IDENTIFICATION OF DEVIATIONS FROM CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.h. IDENTIFICATION OR REVISIONS ON RESUBMITTALS.i. AN 8" X 3" BLANK SPACE FOR ARCHITECT'S STAMP.F. RESUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS1. SHOP DRAWINGS AND PRODUCT DATAa. REVISE INITIAL DRAWINGS OR DATA AND RESUBMIT AS SPECIFIED FOR THEINITIAL SUBMITTAL.b. INDICATE ANY CHANGES WHICH HAVE BEEN MADE.2. SUBMIT NEW SAMPLES AS REQUIRED FOR INITIAL SUBMITTAL.1.05SECURITYA. PROTECT OPERATIONS AT THE SITE AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEFT,VANDALISM OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM CONTRACTOR'S WORK OREMPLOYEES.B. COMPLY WITH SECURITY REQUIREMENTS OF THE BUILDING MANAGEMENT.C. MAINTAIN A CURRENT LIST OF APPROVED PERSONS AND SUBMIT A COPY OF THELIST TO THE BUILDING MANAGER.D. ONLY PERSONNEL PROPERLY IDENTIFIED WILL BE PERMITTED ON THE SITE.1.06MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENTA. DELIVERY AND HANDLING1. ARRANGE DELIVERIES OF PRODUCTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CONSTRUCTIONSCHEDULES TO AVOID CONFLICT WITH WORK AND CONDITIONS AT THE SITE.a. DELIVER PRODUCTS IN UNDAMAGED CONDITION, IN MANUFACTURER'SORIGINAL CONTAINERS OR PACKAGING, WITH IDENTIFYING LABELS INTACTAND LEGIBLE.b. IMMEDIATELY ON DELIVERY, INSPECT SHIPMENTS TO ENSURE COMPLIANCEWITH REQUIREMENTS OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND APPROVEDSUBMITTALS AND THAT PRODUCTS ARE PROPERLY PROTECTED ANDUNDAMAGED.2. PROVIDE EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL TO HANDLE PRODUCTS BY METHODSWHICH PREVENT SOILING AND DAMAGE.1. STORE PRODUCTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS,WITH SEALS AND LABELS INTACT AND LEGIBLE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALLPROVIDE ADDITIONAL OFF SITE STORAGE SPACE AS REQUIRED.2. ARRANGE STORAGE IN A MANNER TO PROVIDE EASY ACCESS FORINSPECTION. MAKE PERIODIC INSPECTIONS OF STORED PRODUCTS TOENSURE THAT PRODUCTS ARE MAINTAINED UNDER SPECIFIED CONDITIONSAND FREE FROM DAMAGE OR DETERIORATION.3. PROVIDE SUBSTANTIAL COVERINGS AS NECESSARY TO PROTECT INSTALLEDPRODUCTS FROM DAMAGE FROM TRAFFIC AND SUBSEQUENT CONSTRUCTIONOPERATIONS. REMOVE WHEN INSTRUCTED BY THE ARCHITECT.C. SUBSTITUTIONS AND PRODUCT OPTIONS1. PRODUCT LIST: WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS AFTER CONTRACT DATE, SUBMIT TO THEARCHITECT A COMPLETE LIST OF MAJOR PRODUCTS PROPOSED TO BE USED,WITH THE NAME OF THE MANUFACTURER AND THE INSTALLINGSUBCONTRACTOR.2. PRODUCT OPTIONSa. FOR PRODUCTS SPECIFIED BY NAMING SEVERAL PRODUCTS ORMANUFACTURERS, SELECT ANY ONE OF THE PRODUCTS OR MANUFACTURERSNAMED WHICH COMPLIES WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS.b. FOR PRODUCTS SPECIFIED BY NAMING ONE OR MORE PRODUCTS ORMANUFACTURERS AND "OR EQUAL," CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A REQUESTFOR SUBSTITUTION FOR ANY PRODUCT OR MANUFACTURER NOT SPECIFICALLYNAMED.c. FOR PRODUCTS SPECIFIED BY NAMING ONLY ONE PRODUCT ANDMANUFACTURER, THERE IS NO OPTION.3. SUBSTITUTIONSa. FOR A PERIOD OF FIFTEEN (15) DAYS AFTER CONTRACT DATE, THE ARCHITECTWILL CONSIDER WRITTEN REQUESTS FROM CONTRACTOR FOR SUBSTITUTIONOF PRODUCTS.b. SUBMIT A SEPARATE REQUEST FOR EACH PRODUCT COMPLETE WITHSUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION AND WITH SAMPLES AS APPROPRIATE,INCLUDING:(1) COMPARISON OF THE QUALITIES OF THE PROPOSED SUBSTITUTION WITH THATSPECIFIED.(2) CHANGES REQUIRED IN OTHER ELEMENTS OF THE WORK BECAUSE OF THESUBSTITUTION.(3) EFFECT ON THE CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE.(4) COST DATA COMPARING THE PROPOSED SUBSTITUTION WITH THE PRODUCTSPECIFIED.(5) SURCE OF REPLACEMENT MATERIALS.c. THE ARCHITECT SHALL BE THE JUDGE OF THE ACCEPTABILITY OF THEPROPOSED SUBSTITUTION.4. A REQUEST FOR A SUBSTITUTION CONSTITUTES A REPRESENTATION THATCONTRACTOR:a. HAS INVESTIGATED THE PROPOSED PRODUCT AND DETERMINED THAT IT ISEQUAL TO OR SUPERIOR IN ALL RESPECTS TO THAT SPECIFIED.b. WILL PROVIDE THE SAME WARRANTIES FOR THE SUBSTITUTION AS FOR THEPRODUCT SPECIFIED.c. WAIVES ALL CLAIMS FOR ADDITIONAL COSTS, UNDER HIS RESPONSIBILITY,WHICH MAY SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME APPARENT.5. THE ARCHITECT WILL REVIEW REQUESTS FOR SUBSTITUTIONS WITHREASONABLE PROMPTNESS AND NOTIFY CONTRACTOR, IN WRITING, OF THEDECISION TO ACCEPT OR REJECT THE REQUESTED SUBSTITUTION.1.07 CLEANINGA. GENERAL1.EXECUTE CLEANING, DURING PROGRESS OF THE WORK AND AT COMPLETION OF THEWORK, AS REQUIRED BY GENERAL CONDITIONS.2.CONDUCT CLEANING AND DISPOSAL OPERATIONS TO COMPLY WITH CODES,ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS.B. MATERIALS1.USE ONLY THOSE CLEANING MATERIALS AND METHODS RECOMMENDED BY THEMANUFACTURER OF THE SURFACE MATERIAL TO BE CLEANED.2.USE CLEANING MATERIALS ONLY ON SURFACES RECOMMENDED BY THE CLEANINGMATERIAL MANUFACTURER.C. DURING CONSTRUCTION1.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP THE WORK FREE FROM ACCUMULATIONS OF WASTEMATERIALS AND RUBBISH RESULTING FROM CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS ON A DAILYBASIS.2.THE WORK SHALL BE PROTECTED AND CLEANED AT THE END OF EACH WORK DAY.D. FINAL CLEANING1.REMOVE GREASE, MASTIC, ADHESIVES, DUST, DIRT, STAINS, FINGERPRINTS, LABELSAND OTHER FOREIGN MATERIALS FROM SIGHT-EXPOSED SURFACES INCLUDING NEWGLASS ENTRANCE DOORS.2.PRIOR TO FINAL ACCEPTANCE, CONTRACTOR, ARCHITECT AND OWNER'SREPRESENTATIVE SHALL CONDUCT AN INSPECTION OF SIGHT-EXPOSED INTERIORSURFACES AND ALL WORK AREAS, TO VERIFY THAT THE ENTIRE WORK IS CLEAN.1.08MAINTENANCE DATAA. COMPILE AND PRODUCE DATA AND RELATED INFORMATION APPROPRIATE FOROWNER'S MAINTENANCE OF PRODUCTS FURNISHED UNDER CONTRACT.B. PREPARE MAINTENANCE DATA IN AN ORGANIZED MANNER AND AS REFERENCED INOTHER PERTINENT SECTIONS OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS.C. INSTRUCT OWNER'S PERSONNEL IN MAINTENANCE OF PRODUCTS.END OF SECTIONSECTION 02070 - SELECTIVE DEMOLITIONPART 1 - GENERAL1.01SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:1. STRUCTURAL REMOVALS2. CUTTING OF EXISTING SLABA. SCHEDULE: SUBMIT SCHEDULE INDICATING PROPOSED METHODS AND SEQUENCEOF OPERATIONS FOR SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK TO BUILDING MANAGEMENTFOR REVIEW PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF WORK.B. OCCUPANCY: CONDUCT SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK IN A MANNER THAT WILLMINIMIZE NEED FOR DISRUPTION OF NORMAL OPERATIONS IN THE BUILDING.PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS' ADVANCE NOTICE TO THE BUILDINGMANAGEMENT OF DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES WHICH WILL SEVERELY IMPACTBUILDING'S NORMAL OPERATIONS, CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY OR OTHER TENANTMOVE-IN.C. CONDITION OF STRUCTURES: THE CONTRACTOR ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FORACTUAL CONDITION OF ITEMS OR STRUCTURES TO BE DEMOLISHED.D. PROTECTION: PROVIDE TEMPORARY BARRICADES AND OTHER FORMS OFPROTECTION AS REQUIRED TO PROTECT PERSONNEL AND GENERAL PUBLIC FROMINJURY DUE TO SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK. PROVIDE SHORING, BRACING ORSUPPORT TO PREVENT MOVEMENT, SETTLEMENT OR COLLAPSE OF STRUCTURE ORELEMENT TO BE DEMOLISHED AND ADJACENT FACILITIES OR WORK TO REMAIN.E. DAMAGE: PROMPTLY REPAIR DAMAGE CAUSED TO ADJACENT FACILITIES BYDEMOLITION WORK.F. UTILITY SERVICES: MAINTAIN AND KEEP IN SERVICE EXISTING UTILITIES INDICATEDTO REMAIN. PROTECT AGAINST DAMAGE DURING DEMOLITION OPERATIONS.DO NOT INTERRUPT EXISTING UTILITIES SERVING OCCUPIED OR USED FACILITIES,EXCEPT WHEN AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION.PROVIDE TEMPORARY SERVICES DURING INTERRUPTIONS OF EXISTING UTILITIES,AS ACCEPTABLE TO GOVERNING AUTHORITIES.G. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS: USE WATER SPRINKLING, TEMPORARY ENCLOSURESAND OTHER SUITABLE METHODS TO LIMIT DUST AND DIRT RISING AND SCATTERINGIN AIR TO THE LOWEST PRACTICAL LEVEL. COMPLY WITH GOVERNING REGULATIONSPERTAINING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.DO NOT USE WATER WHEN IT MAY CREATE HAZARDOUS OR OBJECTIONABLECONDITIONS SUCH AS FLOODING.PART 2 - EXECUTION2.01 INSPECTIONPRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK, INSPECT AREAS INWHICH WORK WILL BE PERFORMED. PHOTOGRAPH EXISTING CONDITIONS OFSTRUCTURE SURFACES, EQUIPMENT OR OF SURROUNDING PROPERTIES WHICHCOULD BE MISCONSTRUED AS DAMAGE RESULTING FROM SELECTIVE DEMOLITIONWORK; FILE WITH BUILDING MANAGEMENT PRIOR TO STARTING WORK.2.02 DEMOLITIONA. PERFORM SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK IN A SYSTEMATIC MANNER. USE SUCHMETHODS AS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE WORK INDICATED ON DRAWINGS INACCORDANCE WITH DEMOLITION SCHEDULE AND GOVERNING REGULATIONS.1. DEMOLISH CONCRETE AND MASONRY IN SMALL SECTIONS. CUT CONCRETE ANDMASONRY AT JUNCTURES WITH CONSTRUCTION TO REMAIN USING POWER-DRIVENMASONRY SAW OR HAND TOOLS; DO NOT USE POWER-DRIVEN IMPACT TOOLS.2. LOCATE DEMOLITION EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT STRUCTURE AND PROMPTLYREMOVE DEBRIS TO AVOID IMPOSING EXCESSIVE LOADS ON SUPPORTING WALLS,FLOORS OR FRAMING.3. PROVIDE SERVICES FOR EFFECTIVE AIR AND WATER POLLUTION CONTROLS ASREQUIRED BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION.B. IF UNANTICIPATED MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL OR STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS WHICHCONFLICT WITH INTENDED FUNCTION OR DESIGN ARE ENCOUNTERED, INVESTIGATEAND MEASURE BOTH NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE CONFLICT. SUBMIT REPORT TOBUILDING MANAGEMENT IN WRITTEN, ACCURATE DETAIL. PENDING RECEIPT OFDIRECTIVE FROM BUILDING MANAGEMENT REARRANGE SELECTIVE DEMOLITIONSCHEDULE AS NECESSARY TO CONTINUE OVERALL JOB PROGRESS WITHOUTDELAY.2.03 DISPOSAL OF DEMOLISHED MATERIALSREMOVE DEBRIS, RUBBISH AND OTHER MATERIALS RESULTING FROM DEMOLITIONOPERATIONS FROM BUILDING SITE. TRANSPORT AND LEGALLY DISPOSE OFMATERIALS OFF SITE.IF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ARE ENCOUNTERED DURING DEMOLITION OPERATIONS,COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE REGULATIONS, LAWS AND ORDINANCES CONCERNINGREMOVAL, HANDLING AND PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE OR ENVIRONMENTALPOLLUTION.2.04 CLEAN-UP AND REPAIRA. UPON COMPLETION OF DEMOLITION WORK, REMOVE TOOLS, EQUIPMENT ANDDEMOLISHED MATERIALS FROM SITE. REMOVE PROTECTION AND LEAVE INTERIORAREAS BROOM CLEAN.B. REPAIR DEMOLITION PERFORMED IN EXCESS OF THAT REQUIRED. RETURNREMAINING STRUCTURES AND SURFACES TO CONDITION EXISTING PRIOR TOCOMMENCEMENT OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK. REPAIR ADJACENTCONSTRUCTION OR SURFACES SOILED OR DAMAGED BY SELECTIVE DEMOLITIONWORK.END OF SECTIONSECTION 05500 - MISCELLANEOUS METALSPART I GENERAL1.01SUMMARY OF WORKA. SCOPEWORK OF THIS SECTION SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS,AND ALL APPLICABLE LAWS OF THE PLACES WHERE THE WORK IS PERFORMED.PROVIDE MATERIALS, LABOR, EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES NECESSARY TO FURNISH,DELIVER AND INSTALL ALL WORK OF THIS SECTION AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS,AS SPECIFIED HEREIN, AND/OR AS REQUIRED BY JOB CONDITIONS, INCLUDING BUTNOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:1. ALL MISCELLANEOUS METALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DRAWINGS, SCHEDULES,AND AS SPECIFIED HEREIN.B. WORK INCLUDED1. STEEL SUPPORTS FOR EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED FOR MECHANICAL ANDELECTRICAL TRADES.2. METAL LOUVERS, REGISTERS AND GRILLES FOR INTERIOR VENTILATION IN GYPSUMBOARD, PLASTER AND CABINETWORK.3. MISCELLANEOUS STEEL FRAMING AND SHAPES, SUCH AS ROLLED AND BENTPLATES, SLEEVES, CLIPS, BRACKETS, HANGERS, STRUTS, ANCHORS AND OTHERFASTENINGS AND SUPPORTS INDICATED ON DRAWINGS OR REQUIRED BUT NOTSPECIFICALLY MENTIONED TO BE PROVIDED AS PART OF THE WORK OF OTHERSECTIONS.4. METAL ACCESS DOORS TO ALL PLUMBING SHUT-OFF VALVES, AND METAL ACCESSDOORS AS REQUIRED TO HVAC EQUIPMENT.5. MISCELLANEOUS DECORATIVE METAL FRAMES, TRIM AND MOLDINGS CALLED OUTON DRAWINGS OR OTHERWISE IMPLIED.2. CABINETWORK/WOODWORK 064003. GLASS, GLAZING AND MIRROR 088004. GYPSUM DRYWALL 092505. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT 15010 THRU 159006. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 16010 THRU 169301.02STANDARDS FOR MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONA. STANDARD PRODUCTS MEETING THE GENERAL REQUIREMENTS WILL BEACCEPTABLE IF DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION ARE APPROVED BYTHE ARCHITECT. SUPPLEMENTARY PARTS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE EACH ITEMSHALL BE INCLUDED, EVEN THOUGH SUCH PARTS ARE NOT DEFINITELY SHOWN ORSPECIFIED. ANCHORS, BRACKETS, PIPE SLEEVES, FOR SECURING METAL WORK TOTHE ADJACENT CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE INCLUDED.B. METALS SHALL BE FREE FROM DEFECTS, IMPAIRING STRENGTH, DURABILITY, ORAPPEARANCE, AND SHALL BE OF THE BEST COMMERCIAL QUALITY FOR PURPOSESSPECIFIED. ALL METALS SHALL BE NEW MATERIALS AND SHALL BE MADE WITHSTRUCTURAL PROPERTIES TO SAFELY SUSTAIN OR WITHSTAND STRESSES ANDSTRAINS TO WHICH NORMALLY SUBJECTED. MEMBERS SHALL BE TRUE TO DETAILS,CLEAN AND STRAIGHT. CURVED WORK SHALL BE TRUE TO RADII AND WITH SMOOTHFINISHED SURFACES.C. GAUGES OF METALS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS OR SPECIFIED HEREIN ARE U.S.STANDARD FOR FERROUS METALS AND BROWN & SHARPE FOR NON-FERROUSMETALS. WHERE NO THICKNESS OR GAUGE IS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS ORSPECIFIED HEREIN, ALUMINUM EXTRUSIONS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 1/8" THICKAND STEEL SHEETS NOT LESS THAN NO. 16 GAUGE.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MATERIALSA. ALL STRUCTURAL STEEL SHAPES SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A572, STRUCTURALSECOND STRUCTURAL STEEL SHAPES ELSEWHERE SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A36UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.B. STEEL SHEETS SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A245.C. STEEL PLATES SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A283.D. STEEL PIPE SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A120. STEEL PIPE SHALL BE 1 1/4" I.D.,GALVANIZED, OF APPROVED MANUFACTURER, UNIFORM IN QUALITY AND FREEFROM DEFECTS AFFECTING FUNCTION OR APPEARANCE.E. ALUMINUM EXTRUSIONS SHALL BE ALLOY NO. 6063-T5 TEMPER, FINISHED AS SHOWNON DRAWINGS.F. STAINLESS STEEL SHALL BE A.I.S.I. TYPE 302, FINISHED AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS.G. RED BRASS, WHERE SPECIFICALLY CALLED OUT ON DRAWINGS, SHALL BE ALLOYEDAS FOLLOWS:COPPER (CU) 85%ZINC (ZN) 15%LEAD (PB) .07% (MAXIMUM)IRON (FE) .05%H. BRASS, EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFICALLY CALLED OUT AS RED BRASS, SHALL BE, ASBEST SUITED FOR THE APPLICATION, ALLOYED AS FOLLOWS:ARCHITECTURAL BRONZECOPPER(CU) 58% 60%ZINC (ZN) 38.75% 40%LEAD (PB) 0.20%IRON (FE) --- 0.15%2.02 GALVANIZINGMUNTZ METALA. HOT-DIP GALVANIZING SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A123. GALVANIZED COATINGSHALL SUCCESSFULLY WITHSTAND THE PREECE TEST REFERRED TO IN THESTANDARD.B. ELECTRO-GALVANIZING, WHERE REQUIRED, SHALL CONFORM TO THEREQUIREMENTS FOR TYPE GA (0.0010 INCH-MIN. THICKNESS) OF ASTM A164.C. PAINT FOR SHOP PRIMING OF FERROUS METAL (OTHER THAN GALVANIZED ORCAST-ABRASIVE SURFACES) SHALL BE "NO. 99 METAL PRIMER" AS MANUFACTUREDBY THEMEC CO., INC., PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO.'S "MULTIPRIME" OR "SHERWINWILLIAMS" "KEM-KROMIK PRIMER."2.03 PAINTINGA. ALL FERROUS METAL SURFACES (EXCEPT GALVANIZED STEEL) SHALL BE PRIMEDAND GIVEN A SHOP COAT OF THE SPECIFIED PAINT.B. SURFACES WHICH WILL BE CONCEALED IN THE FINISHED CONSTRUCTION OR WILLNOT BE ACCESSIBLE TO FINISH PAINTING SHALL RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL SHOPCOAT OF THE SPECIFIED PAINT TO WHICH A SMALL AMOUNT OF TINTING HAS BEENADDED FOR COLOR DIFFERENTIATION. MARRED AND ABRADED SURFACES SHALLBE TOUCHED-UP WITH THE SPECIFIED PAINT AFTER ERECTION IN THE FIELD.C. BEFORE PAINTING, STEEL OR ICON SURFACES SHALL BE THOROUGHLY CLEANEDWITH WIRE BRUSHES, OR OTHER PROPER AND EFFECTIVE MEANS, OF ALL LOOSESCALE, FILLINGS, DIRT AND OTHER OBJECTIONABLE MATERIALS. GREASE SHALL BEREMOVED WITH GASOLINE, BENZINE OR OTHER VOLATILE CLEANER. PAINTINGSHALL BE DONE IN DRY WEATHER OR UNDER COVER, AND STEEL OR IRONSURFACES SHALL BE FREE FROM MOISTURE OR FROST. NO MATERIALS SHALL BEDELIVERED UNTIL THE SHOP COAT HAS DRIED.D. PAINT SHALL BE DELIVERED IN THE ORIGINAL CONTAINERS OF THE APPROVEDMANUFACTURER.2.04 ELECTROPLATINGA. CHROMIUM (CR.) PLATE METAL ITEMS WHERE CALLED FOR ON DRAWINGS. SATINOR POLISHED FINISH AS NOTED.B. COPPER (CU.) OR AN ARCHITECT-APPROVED ALTERNATE LIAISON METALSUBSTRATE LAYER SHALL BE PLATED WHERE REQUIRED BETWEEN BASE METALSAND FINISH PLATE METALS.2.05 DIPPED FINISHESSPECIAL DIPPED FINISHES WHERE NOTED ON DRAWINGS SHALL BE EITHERTOTALLY IMMERSED OR BRUSH APPLIED ACID, ALKALINE OR PIGMENT ON ITEMS, ASREQUIRED, THE REG-WIPED TO ACHIEVE DESIRED FINISH. USE APPROPRIATE STOP- BATH SOLUTION TO HALT CHEMICAL ACTIVITY WHEN DESIRED FINISH/COLOR ISACHIEVED, AS REQUIRED. SUBMIT APPLICATION PROCEDURE DESCRIPTION ANDFINISHED SAMPLES (3) OF EACH FINISH TO ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL BEFORECOMMENCING FINISHING.2.06 SAMPLESSUBMIT REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLES OF ALL MISCELLANEOUS AND ORNAMENTALMETAL WORK FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE ARCHITECT, INCLUDING THE REQUIREDTYPES OF GRILLES. SUBMIT SAMPLES OF FINISHES AS REQUESTED BY THEARCHITECT.SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS OF ALL MISCELLANEOUS AND ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKFOR THE APPROVAL OF THE ARCHITECT. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL SHOW IN DETAIL,MATERIALS, DIMENSIONS, THICKNESS, METHODS OF ASSEMBLY AND ATTACHMENT,RELATION TO ADJOINING WORK, AND ALL OTHER PERTINENT DATA ANDINFORMATION.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01FABRICATION-INSTALLATIONA. ALL MISCELLANEOUS AND ORNAMENTAL METAL WORK SHALL BE FABRICATED ANDINSTALLED IN THOROUGH AND WORKMANLIKE MANNER BY SKILLED WORKMEN TOTHE COMPLETE SATISFACTION OF THE ARCHITECT. ALL VISIBLE JOINTS SHALL BEFULLY WELDED OR BRAZED, WHICHEVER IS APPROPRIATE, GROUND SMOOTH ANDPOLISHED. NO NICKS OR BURRS SHALL BE PERMITTED.B. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL EXAMINE THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS ANDSPECIFICATIONS IN ORDER TO INSURE THE COMPLETENESS OF THE WORKREQUIRED UNDER THIS SECTION. SUPPLEMENTARY PARTS , NECESSARY TOCOMPLETE ALL MISCELLANEOUS AND ORNAMENTAL METAL, THOUGH NOTDEFINITELY SHOWN ON DRAWINGS OR SPECIFIED HEREIN, SHALL BE INCLUDED.C. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL MEASUREMENTS AND DIMENSIONS AT THEJOB SITE AND SHALL COOPERATE IN THE COORDINATION AND SCHEDULING OFWORK OF THIS SECTION WITH THE WORK OF RELATED TRADES (WITH PARTICULARATTENTION TO THE INSTALLATION OF ITEMS EMBEDDED IN MASONRY ANDCONCRETE) SO AS NOT TO DELAY JOB PROGRESS.D. ALL EXPOSED JOINTS SHALL BE CLOSE-FITTING, AND ALL BOLTS AND SCREWS,WHERE EXPOSED, SHALL BE CUT OFF FLUSH WITH NUTS OR OTHER ADJACENTMETAL. ALL CUTTING, DRILLING, PUNCHING AND TAPPING REQUIRED FOR THEINSTALLATION AND ATTACHMENT OF OTHER WORK TO MISCELLANEOUS METALWORK, EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFIED IN CONNECTION WITH WORK UNDER OTHERSECTIONS, SHALL BE PERFORMED AS REQUIRED.E. ALL METAL WORK BUILT-IN WITH CONCRETE OR MASONRY SHALL BE FORMED FORANCHORAGE, OR BE PROVIDED WITH SUITABLE ANCHORS, EXPANSION SHIELDS, OROTHER ANCHORING DEVICES SHOWN ON DRAWINGS AS REQUIRED. SUCH METALWORK SHALL BE FURNISHED IN AMPLE TIME FOR SETTING AND SECURING IN PLACE.F. UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN, ALL JOINTS SHALL BE AS STRONG AND RIGID ASADJOINING SECTIONS. WELDING SHALL BE CONTINUOUS ALONG ENTIRE LINE OFCONTACT, EXCEPT WHERE SPOT WELDING IS INDICATED OR PERMITTED. WHEREEXPOSED, WELDS SHALL BE GROUND SMOOTH. WHERE BOLTED OR RIVETEDCONNECTIONS ARE INDICATED, SUCH CONNECTIONS MAY BE WELDED AT THECONTRACTOR'S OPTION.G. WHERE WELDING IS REQUIRED OR PERMITTED, IT SHALL CONFORM TOREQUIREMENTS FOR SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING OR THE STANDARD CODE FORARC AND GAS WELDING OR THE AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY. EXPOSED WELDSSHALL BE FLUSH AND GROUND SMOOTH.H. THREADED CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE UP TIGHT SO THAT THREADS AREENTIRELY CONCEALED. ABUTTING BARS SHALL BE SHOULDERED AND HEADED,DOWELED AND PINNED. SMALL BARS SHALL PASS THROUGH LARGER BARS AND BEPINNED. RIVET, BOLTS AND SCREW HEADS SHALL BE FLAT AND COUNTERSUNK INEXPOSED WORK AND ELSEWHERE AS REQUIRED. REMOVABLE MEMBERS SHALLCAREFULLY MACHINED AND FITTED AND SECURED, BY MEANS OF SCREWS ANDBOLTS OF PROPER SIZE AND APPROVED SPACING.I. BOLTS, BRACKET, SLEEVES AND OTHER ITEMS EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE SHALL BEGALVANIZED.J. EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE SPECIFIED FOR A PARTICULAR ITEM OF WORK ORBUILT-IN WORK, METAL WORK SHALL BE FASTENED TO SOLID MASONRY WITHEXPANSION BOLTS OR WITH RAWL PLUGS AND TO HOLLOW BLOCK WITH TOGGLEBOLTS. FASTENING TO WOOD PLUGS OR BOLTS SHALL BE DRILLED TO THE EXACTDIAMETER OF THE PLUG OR BOLT, USING A ROTARY DRILL FOR CONCRETE ANDMASONRY. SCREWS SHALL BE THREADED FULL LENGTH TO THE HEAD OF THESCREW.K. EXPOSED FASTENINGS SHALL BE OF THE SAME MATERIAL, COLOR AND FINISH ASTHE METAL TO WHICH APPLIED, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.L. SHOP ASSEMBLIES SHALL BE IN THE LARGEST POSSIBLE SECTIONS IN ORDER TOREDUCE FIELD CONNECTIONS TO A MINIMUM.M. ALL EXPOSED INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR ORNAMENTAL METAL SURFACES SHALL BETHOROUGHLY CLEANED AFTER ERECTION AND BEFORE APPROVAL. DO NOT USEALKALINE OR ABRASIVE AGENTS TO CLEAN WORK. TAKE EVERY PRECAUTION TOAVOID SCRATCHING OR MARRING METAL SURFACES. MATERIALS AND METHODSEMPLOYED IN THE CLEANING OPERATION SHALL BE AS RECOMMENDED BUY THEMANUFACTURER OF THE INSTALLED METAL.N. INSTALLED WORK WHICH DOES BECOME DAMAGED SHALL BE REPAIRED AND/ORREPLACED AS DIRECTED BY THE ARCHITECT OR THE OWNER, AND AT NOADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER.3.02DELIVERY AND STORAGEA. ALL MANUFACTURED MATERIALS, (EXCEPT LARGE ASSEMBLED UNITS), SHALL BEDELIVERED TO THE SITE IN ORIGINAL, UNOPENED CONTAINERS, CLEARLYINDICATING MANUFACTURER'S NAME, BRAND AND OTHER IDENTIFYINGINFORMATION.B. MATERIAL SHALL BE STORED IN A DRY LOCATION AND IN SUCH MANNER AS TOPREVENT DAMAGE OR INTRUSION OF FOREIGN MATTER. ALL MATERIALS WHICH, INTHE OPINION OF THE ARCHITECT, HAVE BECOME DAMAGED OR OTHERWISE UNFITFOR USE DURING DELIVERY OR STORAGE SHALL BE REPLACED AT THE EXPENSE OFTHE CONTRACTOR.3.03CLEANING AND PROTECTIONA. UPON COMPLETION OF THE WORK, ALL UNUSED MATERIALS, CONTAINERS,EQUIPMENT, ETC., SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE SITE. PROTECT ALL FLOORS,WALLS, AND OTHER ADJACENT SURFACES FROM STAINS, MARRING OR OTHERDAMAGE AND ALL SUCH DAMAGE SHALL BE REPAIRED AND ALL WORK ANDADJACENT SURFACES SHALL BE LEFT IN A CLEAN AND UNDAMAGED CONDITION.B. ALL COMPLETED WORK SHALL BE ADEQUATELY PROTECTED FROM DAMAGE BYSUBSEQUENT BUILDING OPERATIONS AND EFFECTS OF WEATHER. PROTECTIONSHALL BE MADE BY METHODS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER ORINSTALLED MATERIALS AND AS APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT.3.04GUARANTEETHE CONTRACTOR FOR THE WORK OF THIS SECTION SHALL AND HEREBY DOES ASPART OF THE CONTRACT, GUARANTEE ALL WORK INCLUDED UNDER THIS SECTIONTO BE FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP, FOR A PERIOD OF ONEYEAR FROM THE DATE OF COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK BY THEOWNER, AND AGREES THAT HE WILL REPAIR OR REPLACE AT HIS OWN EXPENSEPROMPTLY UPON REQUEST, ALL DEFECTIVE PARTS OF DEFECTIVE OPERATION ANDOTHER DEFECTS WHICH MAY APPEAR WITHIN THAT TIME.END OF SECTIONSECTION 06100 - ROUGH CARPENTRYPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO,THE FOLLOWING:WOOD NAILERS AND BLOCKING951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868B. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHEREC. RELATED WORK OF OTHER SECTIONSAS-2ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


B. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHEREARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK - SEE SECTION 06400.1.02 REQUIREMENTS OF REGULATORY AGENCIESFIRE-RETARDANT TREAT ALL WOOD AND PLYWOOD PROVIDED IN THE WORK OFTHIS SECTION.1.03 SUBMITTALSCERTIFICATION OF FIRE RETARDANT TREATMENT: SUBMIT CERTIFICATIONSTATING NAME OF FIRE RETARDANT MATERIALS USED, COMPLIANCE WITH LOCALBUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS AND COMPLIANCE WITH AWPA SPECIFICATIONSC1 AND C20 FOR LUMBER AND C27 FOR PLYWOOD.1.04 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGKEEP ROUGH CARPENTRY WORK DRY DURING DELIVERY, STORAGE ANDINSTALLATION AND UNTIL FINISH IS APPLIED AND BUILDING IS ENCLOSED.PROVIDE FOR AIR CIRCULATION IN STACKS OF LUMBER AND PLYWOOD.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MATERIALSA. GENERALA. THIS WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:1. CASEWORK, WOOD STRIPS, WOOD VENEER, MELAMINE OVERLAY AND PLASTICLAMINATE CLAD, INCLUDING COUNTERTOPS AND CASEWORK HARDWARE.2. WOOD DOORS, INCLUDING:a. FLUSH DOORS WITH WOOD VENEER FACES.b. INSTALLATION OF FINISH HARDWARE.3. FACTORY FINISHING OF ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK AS INDICATED.B. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE1. GLASS AND GLAZING - SEE SECTION 08800.2. BLOCKING AND NAILERS - SEE SECTION 06100.3. HOLLOW METAL DOOR FRAMES - SEE SECTION 08100.4. MECHANICAL WORK - SEE DIVISION 15.5. ELECTRICAL WORK - SEE DIVISION 16.6. FINISH HARDWARE - SEE SECTION 08710.c. KILN-DRY TREATED WOODWORK TO A MAXIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT OF 10%AFTER TREATMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.d. INSPECT EACH PIECE OF LUMBER AND PLYWOOD; DO NOT USE TWISTED, WARPED,BOWED OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED OR DEFECTIVE WOOD.2. WHERE FIRE-RETARDANT PARTICLEBOARD IS REQUIRED, PROVIDE PANELS WITHFIRE-RETARDANT CHEMICALS INCORPORATED AT TIME OF MANUFACTURE TOACHIEVE SURFACE-BURNING CHARACTERISTICS OF 25 FOR FLAME SPREAD, 10 FORFUEL CONTRIBUTED AND 25 FOR SMOKE DEVELOPED WHEN TESTED INACCORDANCE WITH ASTM E84. COMPLY WITH ANSI A108.1 FOR GRADE 1-M-1PANELS WITH DENSITY OF 48 LBS./FT.3 FOR THICKNESSES OF 3/4" AND LESS, 44LBS./FT.3 FOR THICKNESSES OF 13/16" TO 1-1/4"; EXCEPT AS FOLLOWS:a. MODULUS OF RUPTURE AND MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 1600 PSI AND 350,000 PSIFOR 48 LB. DENSITY; 1300 PSI AND 275,000 PSI FOR 44 LB. DENSITY.b. LINEAR EXPANSION OF 0.50% FOR 44 LB. DENSITY.c. SCREW-HOLDING CAPACITY, FACE AND EDGE: 300 LBS. AND 250 LBS. FOR 48 LB.DENSITY; 250 LBS. AND 175 LBS. FOR 44 LB. DENSITY.A. SOLID WOOD: AWI SECTION 100, GRADE 1 AND AS FOLLOWS:1. OPAQUE FINISH: ANY HARDWOOD WHICH, WHEN FINISHED, WILL NOT SHOW ANYGRAIN, IMPERFECTION OR OTHER SURFACE DEFECTS WHEN USED WITH THEOPAQUE FINISH SPECIFIED.3. FACTORY-FINISH SEMI-EXPOSED SURFACES WITH PRIMER AND ONE COAT OFSEMI-GLOSS ALKYD ENAMEL IN COLOR TO MATCH EXPOSED SURFACES. SANDBETWEEN COATSC. PLASTIC LAMINATE AND MELAMINE CLAD CASEWORK SHALL COMPLY WITH AWIPREMIUM GRADE AND AS FOLLOWS:1. ALL EXPOSED SURFACES, COUNTER TOPS AND EDGES SHALL BE SPECIFIED HIGHPRESSURE LAMINATE UNLESS INDICATED TO BE MELAMINE.2. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED, ALL SEMI-EXPOSED SURFACES SHALL BESURFACED WITH WHITE MELAMINE CABINET LINER AND PAINTED IN FABRICATOR'SSTANDARD OPAQUE FINISH, COLOR TO MATCH EXPOSED LAMINATE.3. ALL SUBSURFACES TO BE CABINET GRADE PLYWOOD FIRE RETARDANT WHICHCOMPLIES WITH NYC BUILDING CODE.D. CASEWORK DOORS SHALL BE SOLID CORE.E. PROVIDE CASEWORK HARDWARE AS SHOWN, SCHEDULED OR REQUIRED FORPROPER OPERATION.2.04 DOORSA. DOORS - WOOD VENEER: PROVIDE DOORS TO COMPLY WITH AWI SECTION 200,PREMIUM GRADE, TRANSPARENT FINISH AND AS FOLLOWS:1. FACE VENEERS SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED.Q. CLEAN WOODWORK ON EXPOSED AND SEMI-EXPOSED SURFACES. TOUCH-UPSHOP-APPLIED FINISHES TO RESTORE DAMAGED OR SOILED AREAS.R. INSTALLER OF ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK SHALL ADVISE CONTRACTOR OFPROCEDURES REQUIRED TO PROTECT ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK DURINGREMAINDER OF CONSTRUCTION PERIOD TO ENSURE THAT WORK WILL BE WITHOUTDAMAGE OR DETERIORATION AT TIME OF ACCEPTANCE BY OWNER.END OF SECTIONSECTION 07250 - SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFINGPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TOTHE FOLLOWING:1. FIREPROOFING NEW STRUCTURAL STEEL2. PATCHING EXISTING FIREPROOFING AS REQUIRED1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEA. SINGLE SOURCE RESPONSIBILITY: OBTAIN SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFINGMATERIALS FROM A SINGLE MANUFACTURER FOR EACH DIFFERENT PRODUCT.1. LUMBER GRADING: COMPLY WITH "SIMPLIFIED PRACTICE RECOMMENDATIONSPS-20, AMERICAN SOFTWOOD LUMBER STANDARDS" BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OFCOMMERCE AND WITH THE APPLICABLE LUMBERMEN'S ASSOCIATION RULESUNDER WHICH EACH SPECIES OF LUMBER IS PRODUCED.2. PLYWOOD GRADING: COMPLY WITH ANSI A199.1.3. GRADE MARKING: FACTORY MARK EACH PIECE OF LUMBER WITH THE OFFICIALGRADE MARK OF THE APPROPRIATE ASSOCIATION OR AUTHORIZED INSPECTIONSERVICE UNDER WHOSE RULES THE LUMBER IS GRADED.4. SIZES AND PATTERNS: PROVIDE LUMBER WHICH IS DRESSED S4S AND WORKEDTO SUCH PATTERNS AS SHOWN OR SPECIFIED. DIMENSIONS ON DRAWINGSDESIGNATE THE NOMINAL UNDRESSED SIZE OF THE ITEM.5. MOISTURE CONTENT: PROVIDE LUMBER WHICH HAS BEEN SEASONED BY AIRDRYING OR KILN DRYING TO A MOISTURE CONTENT NOT TO EXCEED 19%.B. LUMBER1. NAILERS AND BLOCKING WITHIN DRYWALL, PLASTER AND VENEER PLASTERPARTITIONS ARE TO BE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:a. DOUGLAS FIR, NO. 2 STRUCTURALb. SPRUCE, NO. 2 STRUCTURAL2. NAILERS AND BLOCKING, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ARE TO BE ONE OF THEFOLLOWING:a. DOUGLAS FIR, NO. 3 STRUCTURALb. SPRUCE, NO. 3 STRUCTURALc. SOUTHERN PINE, NO. 3C. ADHESIVE: TYPES AS RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER FOR USE INDICATED.D. ANCHORS AND FASTENERS1. BOLTS, NUTS, STUDS: FS FF-B-571 OR FS FF-B-575.2. EXPANSION SHIELDS: FS FF-S-325; GROUP, TYPE, CLASS AND STYLE BEST SUITEDFOR THE PURPOSE.3. LAG SCREWS AND BOLTS: FS FF-B-561; TYPE AND GRADE BEST SUITED FOR THEPURPOSE.4. NAILS: FS FF-N-105; TYPE AND SIZE BEST SUITED FOR THE PURPOSE. HOT DIPPEDGALVANIZED FOR EXTERIOR.5. TOGGLE BOLTS: FS FF-B-588; TYPE AND CLASS BEST SUITED FOR THE PURPOSE.6. WOOD SCREWS: FS FF-S-111; TYPE AND SIZE BEST SUITED FOR THE PURPOSE.HOT-DIPPED GALVANIZED FOR EXTERIOR.7. POWER-DRIVEN FASTENERS: MAY BE USED IF PERMITTED BY CODE.2.02 FIRE RETARDANT TREATED WOODA. MATERIALS: "NON-COM" (KOPPERS CO., INC.) FOR INTERIOR USE WHERERELATIVE HUMIDITY IS NORMALLY BELOW 80%; "NCX" (KOPPERS COMPANY, INC.)FOR USE WHERE RELATIVE HUMIDITY IS FREQUENTLY ABOVE 80%.B. TREATMENT: PRESSURE TREAT TO MEET BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS ANDAWPA SPECIFICATION C1 AND C20 FOR LUMBER AND C27 FOR PLYWOOD AS AMINIMUM. GUARANTEE FIRE RETARDANT MATERIALS NOT TO BLEED THROUGHPAINTED FINISH.C. SIZE WOOD BEFORE TREATMENT SO THAT MINIMUM CUTTING WILL BE REQUIREDAFTER TREATMENT.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 CONDITION OF SURFACEEXAMINE SUBSTRATES, ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION AND CONDITIONS UNDERWHICH THE WORK IS TO BE INSTALLED AND DO NOT PROCEED WITH THE WORKUNTIL UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN CORRECTED.3.02 INSTALLATIONA. WHENEVER ROUGH CARPENTRY IS FITTED TO OTHER WORK, OBTAINMEASUREMENTS OF SUCH OTHER WORK. VERIFY DIMENSIONS SHOWN AND THESHOP DRAWING DETAILS.B. BLOCKING AND NAILERS: PROVIDE BLOCKING AND NAILERS AS SHOWN ORREQUIRED FOR ATTACHMENT OF OTHER WORK. FORM TO SHAPES AS SHOWNAND CUT AS REQUIRED FOR TRUE LINE AND LEVEL OF WORK TO BE ATTACHED.COORDINATE LOCATION WITH OTHER WORK INVOLVED. ATTACH TO SUBSTRATESAS REQUIRED TO SUPPORT APPLIED LOADING. COUNTERSINK BOLTS AND NUTSFLUSH WITH SURFACES, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.C. REPAIR OF TREATED WOOD SURFACESD. PRIMINGAPPLY HEAVY BRUSH COAT OF SAME FIRE RETARDANT CHEMICALS TO ANYSURFACES WHICH ARE CUT AFTER TREATMENT.PAINT FIRE RETARDANT TREATED WOOD WITH ONE COAT OF ALKYD TYPEPAINT OR A MOISTURE TRANSMISSION RESISTANT SEALER IMMEDIATELYAFTER INSTALLATION.END OF SECTIONSECTION 06400 - ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORKPART 1 - GENERAL1.01SUMMARY OF WORK7. PAINTING - SEE SECTION 09900.1.02QUALITY ASSURANCEA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION SHALL BE PROVIDED BY A FIRM HAVING A MINIMUM OFFIVE (5) YEARS' EXPERIENCE ON PROJECTS OF SIMILAR SIZE AND QUALITY TO THATSHOWN AND SPECIFIED.B. FIRE-RETARDANT REQUIREMENTS1. FIRE-RETARDANT TREAT THOSE ITEMS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE CODES TO BETREATED AND THOSE ITEMS SHOWN OR SPECIFIED AS "FIRE RETARDANT TREATEDWOOD" OR SIMILAR DESIGNATION.2. MARK EACH UNIT OF FIRE-RETARDANT TREATED WOOD AND PLYWOOD WITHPRODUCER'S LABEL AND A LABEL SHOWING GRADE AND RATING. MARK ONSURFACE WHICH WILL NOT BE EXPOSED AFTER INSTALLATION.1.03REFERENCESCOMPLY WITH APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE MOST CURRENT EDITION OF"ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK QUALITY STANDARDS", AS PUBLISHED BY THEARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK INSTITUTE (AWI), EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE MODIFIEDBY THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS OR GOVERNING CODES.1.04SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURERS' SPECIFICATIONS AND INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH ITEM OF FACTORY-FABRICATED WOODWORK.1. FIRE-RETARDANT MATERIALS: INCLUDE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS FORHANDLING, STORING AND INSTALLATION OF FIRE-RETARDANT TREATED MATERIALS.INCLUDE CERTIFICATION THAT FIRE-RETARDANT TREATED MATERIALS COMPLYWITH REQUIREMENTS INDICATED.2. QUALITY CERTIFICATION: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S (FABRICATOR'S)CERTIFICATION, STATING THAT THE FABRICATED WORK COMPLIES WITH QUALITYGRADES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS INDICATED.B. SHOP DRAWINGS: SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS OF ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK,SHOWING LOCATION OF EACH ITEM, DIMENSIONED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS, LARGESCALE DETAILS, ATTACHMENT DEVICES AND OTHER COMPONENTS.C. SAMPLES: SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING CONTROL SAMPLES FOR EACH SPECIES ANDCUT OR PATTERN OF ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK:1. SOLID WOOD WITH FACTORY FINISH: SET OF THREE (3) PIECES,4" X 3/4" X 18", FOR EACH COLOR AND FINISH; FINISHED ON ONE SIDE AND ONEEDGE.2. VENEERED PLYWOOD WITH FACTORY FINISH: THREE (3) FINISHED SAMPLES, 12"SQUARE, FOR EACH FINISH, VENEER CUT AND COLOR.3. CASEWORK HARDWARE: ONE (1) UNIT OF EACH TYPE AND FINISH.4. PLASTIC LAMINATE AND MELAMINE: 12" SQUARE, EACH TYPE, FINISH AND COLOR.1.05DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. PROTECT WOODWORK DURING TRANSIT, DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING TOPREVENT DAMAGE, SOILING AND DETERIORATION.B. DO NOT DELIVER WOODWORK UNTIL PAINTING, WET WORK, GRINDING AND SIMILAROPERATIONS WHICH COULD DAMAGE, SOIL OR DETERIORATE WOODWORK HAVEBEEN COMPLETED IN INSTALLATION AREAS. IF DUE TO UNFORESEENCIRCUMSTANCES, WOODWORK MUST BE STORED IN OTHER THAN INSTALLATIONAREAS, STORE ONLY IN AREAS MEETING REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED FORINSTALLATION AREAS.1.06ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSA. INSTALLER SHALL ADVISE CONTRACTOR OF TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITYREQUIREMENTS FOR WOODWORK INSTALLATION AREAS. DO NOT INSTALLWOODWORK UNTIL REQUIRED TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY HAVE BEENSTABILIZED AND WILL BE MAINTAINED IN INSTALLATION AREAS.B. MAINTAIN TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY IN INSTALLATION AREA AS REQUIRED TOMAINTAIN MOISTURE CONTENT OF INSTALLED WOODWORK WITHIN A 1.0 PERCENTTOLERANCE OF OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT FROM DATE OF INSTALLATIONTHROUGH REMAINDER OF CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. THE FABRICATOR OFWOODWORK SHALL DETERMINE OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT AND REQUIREDTEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY CONDITIONS.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 BASIC MATERIALS AND FABRICATION METHODSA. GENERAL: EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED, COMPLY WITH FOLLOWINGREQUIREMENTS FOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK NOT SPECIFICALLY INDICATEDAS PREFABRICATED OR PRE-FINISHED STANDARD PRODUCTS.B. WOOD MOISTURE CONTENT: PROVIDE KILN-DRIED (KD) LUMBER WITH AN AVERAGEMOISTURE CONTENT RANGE OF 6% TO 11% FOR INTERIOR WORK. MAINTAINTEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY DURING FABRICATION, STORAGE ANDFINISHING OPERATIONS SO THAT MOISTURE CONTENT VALUES FOR WOODWORK ATTIME OF INSTALLATION DOES NOT EXCEED 5% TO 10%.C. FIRE RETARDANT TREATMENT1. WHERE FIRE-RETARDANT TREATED LUMBER AND VENEER CORE PLYWOOD AREREQUIRED, PROVIDE MATERIALS WHICH COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE AWPASTANDARDS FOR PRESSURE IMPREGNATION WITH FIRE-RETARDANT CHEMICALSAND WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:a. FLAME SPREAD, FUEL CONTRIBUTED AND SMOKE DEVELOPED RATINGS OF 25 ORLESS, WITH NO INCREASE IN FLAME SPREAD AND NO EVIDENCE OF SIGNIFICANTPROGRESSIVE COMBUSTION UPON CONTINUATION OF TEST FOR ADDITIONAL 20MINUTES.b. USE CURED ORGANIC RESIN SOLUTION FOR FIRE-RETARDANT TREATMENT WHICHIS RELATIVELY INSOLUBLE IN WATER; IS SUITABLE FOR INTERIOR APPLICATIONS;WILL NOT BLEED THROUGH OR OTHERWISE ADVERSELY AFFECT TYPE OF FINISHESINDICATED AND PERMITS MILLING OF LUMBER AFTER TREATMENT AND KILN DRYINGBY A TREATMENT OF WOODWORKING PLANT CERTIFIED BY UL.2. CONCEALED: ANY HARDWOOD SPECIE, GRADE III PER AWI SECTION100.E. PANEL PRODUCTS: AWI SECTION 200, VENEER CORE OR PARTICLE COREPLYWOOD, WITH FACE VENEERS AS INDICATED.1. TRANSPARENT FINISH: GRADE I PER AWI SECTION 200-S-8, CUT AND GRAINING TOMATCH DESIGNER'S SAMPLE.2. OPAQUE FINISH: ANY SPECIE OF HARDWOOD VENEER OF GRADE II PER AWISECTION 200-S-8 WHICH, WHEN FINISHED, WILL NOT SHOW ANY GRAIN,IMPERFECTION OR OTHER SURFACE DEFECTS WHEN USED WITH THE OPAQUEFINISH SPECIFIED.F. PLASTIC LAMINATE: NEMA STANDARD LD3, COLOR AND FINISH TO MATCHDESIGNER'S SAMPLES.SEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.G. MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS1. FASTENERSa. WOOD SCREWS: FS FF-S-111, TYPE, SIZE, MATERIAL AND FINISH AS REQUIRED FORTHE CONDITION OF USE.b. NAILS: FS FF-N-105, TYPE, SIZE, MATERIAL AND FINISH AS REQUIRED FOR THECONDITION OF USE.c. ANCHORS: TYPE, SIZE, MATERIAL AND FINISH AS REQUIRED FOR THE CONDITIONOF USE.2. ADHESIVESa. FOR LAMINATING PLASTIC LAMINATE SURFACES: MELAMINE, PHENOL-RESIN ORRESORCINOL-RESIN COMPLYING WITH FS MMM-A-181; TYPE, GRADE AND CLASSBEST SUITED FOR THE PURPOSE.b. FOR ALL OTHER USES: MOISTURE RESISTANT COMPLYING WITH FS MMM-A-125,TYPE II, OR MMM-A-188, TYPE I, II OR III; TYPE BEST SUITED FOR THE PURPOSE.3. ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK HARDWARE AS REQUIRED FOR INTENDED FUNCTIONAS SPECIFIED IN DRAWINGS OR MINIMUM STANDARD SPECIFICATION BELOW:a. MORTISE DOOR BOLTS: 150 (IVES)b. FLUSH BOLTS: 359 (IVES)c. DRAWER SLIDES: 328 (GRANT) FOR DRAWERS UP TO 50 LBS.329 (GRANT) FOR DRAWERS UP TO 100 LBS.d. BRACKETS: M686 (GARCY) WITH END CLIPSe. STANDARDS: 649 (GARCY)f. CATCHES: MAGNETIC TYPE (STANLEY)g. PIVOTS: 327 (STANLEY)h. COAT HOOKS: PETER PEPPER PRODUCTS #2040H, POLISHEDCHROMEi. PULLS: 3" POLISHED CHROME WIRE2.02 FABRICATION - GENERALA. PROVIDE STEEL FRAMING AND LUMBER FRAMING FOR ARCHITECTURALWOODWORK, COMPLETE WITH ALL BRACING AND FASTENING DEVICES ASREQUIRED FOR A RIGID INSTALLATION AND AS REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN THE IMPOSEDLOADS.B. DO ALL FABRICATION FROM FIELD MEASUREMENT WITH PROVISION FOR SCRIBINGAS REQUIRED TO MEET BUILT-IN CONDITIONS.C. COORDINATE THE WORK OF THIS SECTION WITH THE WORK OF OTHER TRADES.D. FABRICATE UNITS IN LARGEST PRACTICABLE SECTIONS. ASSEMBLE IN THE SHOPFOR TRIAL FIT, DISASSEMBLE FOR SHIPMENT AND REASSEMBLE WITH CONCEALEDFASTENERS.E. MAINTAIN RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND TEMPERATURE DURING FABRICATION, STORAGEAND FINISHING OPERATIONS MATCHING THAT OF THE AREAS OF INSTALLATION.F. DETAILS INDICATE THE REQUIRED TYPE AND QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION. SUBJECTTO ACCEPTANCE BY THE DESIGNER, MODIFICATIONS TO CONFORM TOMANUFACTURER'S STANDARDS WILL BE CONSIDERED PROVIDING THEY COMPLYWITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND MAINTAIN THE PROFILES SHOWN.G. REINFORCING SHOWN IS MINIMUM. PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REINFORCING ASREQUIRED TO ENSURE A RIGID ASSEMBLY. EXPOSED SURFACES SHALL BE FREEFROM DENTS, TOOL MARKS, WARPAGE, BUCKLE, GLUE AND OPEN JOINTS OROTHER DEFECTS AFFECTING SERVICEABILITY OR APPEARANCE. ACCURATELY FITALL JOINTS, CORNERS AND MITERS. CONCEAL ALL FASTENERS. MAKE THREADEDCONNECTIONS TIGHT SO THAT THREADS ARE ENTIRELY CONCEALED.H. FABRICATE ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK WITH PRE-CUT OPENINGS, WHEREPOSSIBLE, TO RECEIVE HARDWARE, APPLIANCES, PLUMBING FIXTURES,ELECTRICAL WORK AND SIMILAR ITEMS. LOCATE OPENINGS ACCURATELY AND USETEMPLATES OR ROUGHING-IN DIAGRAMS FOR PROPER SIZE AND SHAPE. SMOOTHEDGES OF CUTOFFS AND, WHERE LOCATED IN COUNTERTOPS AND SIMILAREXPOSURES, SEAL EDGES OF CUTOUTS WITH A WATER-RESISTANT COATING.2.03 CASEWORKA. FABRICATE CASEWORK ITEMS TO DESIGN, DETAIL AND DIMENSIONS INDICATEDACCORDING TO AWI SECTION 400, FOR GRADE AND FINISH INDICATED.B. OPAQUE FINISHED CASEWORK SHALL BE AWI PREMIUM GRADE, AND AS FOLLOWS:1. SOLID WOOD AND PLYWOOD PARTS SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED.2. FACTORY-FINISH EXPOSED SURFACES IN OPAQUE FINISH AS SPECIFIED BYDESIGNER.2. CORE CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE PER AWI SPEC.3. CONTROL SAMPLE TO BE SUBMITTED FOR DESIGNER APPROVAL.B. PRE-MACHINING: PRE-MACHINE DOORS FOR HARDWARE AT THE FACTORY INACCORDANCE WITH AWI SECTION 1300-S-2.C. PRE-FINISHING: FACTORY FINISH WITH TRANSPARENT FINISH TO MATCHDESIGNER'S SAMPLE.2.05 TRIMPANEL TRIM - SOLID: PROVIDE TRIM COMPLYING WITH AWI SECTION 500A, PREMIUMGRADE, AND AS FOLLOWS:A. ALL TRIM SHALL BE AS NOTED ON THE DRAWING DETAILS.B. SOLID WOOD SHALL BE AS SELECTED BY THE DESIGNER.C. TRIM SHALL HAVE A TRANSPARENT FINISH.2.06 FACTORY FINISHINGA. OPAQUE FINISH: PROVIDE FINISH COMPLYING WITH AWI FINISH SYSTEM NO. 7,PREMIUM GRADE, OPAQUE CATALYZED LACQUER, SEMI-GLOSS FINISH, COLORS TOMATCH CONTROL SAMPLES IN THE DESIGNER'S OFFICE.B. TRANSPARENT FINISH: PROVIDE FINISH COMPLYING WITH AWI FINISH SYSTEM NO.2, PREMIUM GRADE, TRANSPARENT CATALYZED LACQUER, HAND-RUBBED, OPENPORE EFFECT, TO BE SUBMITTED FOR DESIGNER APPROVAL BEFORE PROCEEDINGWITH FINISH.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01PREPARATIONA. CONDITION WOODWORK TO AVERAGE PREVAILING HUMIDITY CONDITIONS ININSTALLATION AREAS PRIOR TO INSTALLING.B. DELIVER INSERTS AND SIMILAR ANCHORING DEVICES TO BE BUILT INTOSUBSTRATES WELL IN ADVANCE OF TIME SUBSTRATES ARE TO BE BUILT.C. PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK, EXAMINE SHOPFABRICATED WORK FOR COMPLETION AND COMPLETE WORK AS REQUIRED,INCLUDING BACK PRIMING AND REMOVAL OF PACKING.3.02INSTALLATIONA. INSTALL THE WORK PLUMB, LEVEL, TRUE AND STRAIGHT WITH NO DISTORTIONS.SHIM AS REQUIRED USING CONCEALED SHIMS. INSTALL TO A TOLERANCE OF 1/8" IN8'-0" FOR PLUMB AND LEVEL (INCLUDING COUNTERTOPS) AND WITH 1/16" MAXIMUMOFFSET IN FLUSH ADJOINING SURFACE; 1/8" MAXIMUM OFFSETS IN REVEALEDADJOINING SURFACES.B. SCRIBE AND CUT WORK TO FIT ADJOINING WORK AND REFINISH CUT SURFACES ORREPAIR DAMAGED FINISH AT CUTS.C. ANCHOR WOODWORK TO ANCHORS OR BLOCKING BUILT-IN OR DIRECTLYATTACHED TO SUBSTRATES. SECURE TO GROUNDS, STRIPPING AND BLOCKINGWITH COUNTERSUNK, CONCEALED FASTENERS AND BLIND NAILING AS REQUIREDFOR A COMPLETE INSTALLATION. EXCEPT WHERE PRE-FINISHED MATCHINGFASTENER HEADS ARE REQUIRED, USE FINE FINISHING NAILS FOR EXPOSEDNAILING, COUNTERSUNK AND FILLED FLUSH WITH WOODWORK AND MATCHINGFINAL FINISH WHERE TRANSPARENT FINISH IS INDICATED.D. FIRE-RETARDANT WOODWORK: HANDLE, STORE AND INSTALL IN ACCORDANCEWITH MANUFACTURER'S DIRECTIONS AND AS REQUIRED TO MEET REQUIREDCLASSIFICATION OR RATING. PROVIDE SPECIAL FASTENERS, MOLDINGS,ADHESIVES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES AS TESTED AND LISTED FOR TYPE OFFIRE-RETARDANT WOODWORK INDICATED.E. CASEWORK: INSTALL WITHOUT DISTORTION SO THAT DOORS AND DRAWERS WILLFIT OPENINGS PROPERLY AND BE ACCURATELY ALIGNED. ADJUST HARDWARE TOCENTER DOORS AND DRAWERS IN OPENINGS AND TO PROVIDE UNENCUMBEREDOPERATION. COMPLETE THE INSTALLATION OF HARDWARE AND ACCESSORY ITEMSAS INDICATED. MAINTAIN VENEER SEQUENCE MATCHING (IF ANY) OF CASEWORKWITH TRANSPARENT FINISH.F. COUNTERTOPS: ANCHOR SECURELY TO BASE UNITS AND OTHER SUPPORTSYSTEMS AS INDICATED, OR AS REQUIRED.G. DOORS1. DO NOT INSTALL DOORS UNTIL CONCRETE, TILE WORK AND OTHER WET WORK HASBEEN COMPLETED AND DRIED IN THE AREAS TO RECEIVE DOORS.2. DOORS SHALL NOT BE SUBJECTED TO ABNORMAL HEAT, DRYNESS OR HUMIDITY.AVOID SUDDEN CHANGES SUCH AS FORCED HEAT (USED TO DRY OUT THEBUILDING).3. INSTALL DOORS IN REQUIRED OPENINGS AS SHOWN. INSTALL FLUSH PANELS WITHCONCEALED FASTENERS. PROVIDE PILOT HOLES OF PROPER SIZE FOR SCREWSINTO PARTICLE BOARD CORE DOORS. USE STAINLESS STEEL SHEET METALSCREWS INTO PARTICLEBOARD.4. APPLY HARDWARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH HARDWARE MANUFACTURER'SINSTRUCTIONS AND "SECTION 08710 - FINISH HARDWARE". ADJUST DOORINSTALLATIONS TO PROVIDE UNIFORM CLEARANCE AT HEAD AND JAMBS AND TOCONTACT STOPS UNIFORMLY. REMOVE AND REPLACE DOORS WHICH ARE FOUNDTO BE WARPED, BOWED, OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED AND CANNOT BE PROPERLYFITTED IN FRAMES.3.03ADJUSTMENT, CLEANING, FINISHING AND PROTECTIONO. REPAIR DAMAGED AND DEFECTIVE WOODWORK WHEREVER POSSIBLE TOELIMINATE DEFECTS FUNCTIONALLY AND VISUALLY; WHERE NOT POSSIBLE TOREPAIR PROPERLY, REPLACE WOODWORK. ADJUST JOINERY FOR UNIFORMAPPEARANCE.P. CLEAN HARDWARE, LUBRICATE AND MAKE FINAL ADJUSTMENTS FOR PROPEROPERATION.B. FIRE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS: PROVIDE MATERIALS ANDCONSTRUCTION WHICH ARE IDENTICAL TO THOSE TESTED FOR THE FOLLOWINGFIRE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS, ACCORDING TO TEST METHODINDICATED, BY UL OR OTHER TESTING AND INSPECTING AGENCY ACCEPTABLE TOAUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION AND COMPLYING WITH REQUIREMENTS OFTHE APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES.1. FIRE RESISTANCE RATINGS: AS INDICATED BY REFERENCE TO DESIGNDESIGNATION IN UL "FIRE RESISTANCE DIRECTORY" FOR FIRE-RATEDASSEMBLIES IN WHICH SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING SERVES AS DIRECT-APPLIEDPROTECTION, TESTED PER ASTM E119.2. SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS: AS INDICATED FOR EACH SPRAYED-ONFIREPROOFING PRODUCT REQUIRED, TESTED PER ASTM E84 AND LISTED IN UL"BUILDING MATERIALS DIRECTORY."3. TWO-HOUR RATING: MINIMUM FIRE RESISTANCE RATING SHALL BE TWO (2)HOURS UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS.1.03 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCT DATA FOR EACHSPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING PRODUCT INDICATED.B. TEST REPORTS: SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING TEST REPORTS:1. CERTIFIED TEST RESULTS FORM AN INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORYINDICATING COMPLIANCE OF SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING PRODUCTS WITHPERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS INDICATED, INCLUDING ASBESTOS CONTENTWHERE APPLICABLE.2. TEST RESULTS OF IN-PLACE PERFORMANCE AS REQUIRED UNDER PART 3 OF THISSECTION FOR FIELD QUALITY CONTROL.C. CERTIFICATES: SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES:1. WHERE PRIMERS ARE APPLIED TO STEEL, SUBMIT STATEMENT FROM PRIMERMANUFACTURERS, CERTIFYING THAT PRIMERS ARE COMPATIBLE WITHSPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING AND WILL NOT IMPAIR ITS PERFORMANCE UNDERFIRE EXPOSURE FOR APPLICATIONS INDICATED AS PROVED BY ASTM E119 TEST.INCLUDE TEST AND OTHER DATA AS EVIDENCE; DISTRIBUTE DATA TOSPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER.2. ACCEPTANCE OF STEEL PRIMERS BY SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFINGMANUFACTURER, BASED ON DATA SUBMITTED BY PRIMER MANUFACTURER.3. SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURERS' CERTIFICATION THAT THEIRPRODUCTS COMPLY WITH SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND ARE SUITABLEFOR THE USE INDICATED.1.04 DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGEA. DELIVER PRODUCTS TO PROJECT SITE IN ORIGINAL, UNOPENED PACKAGES WITHMANUFACTURERS' LABELS IDENTIFYING PRODUCTS LEGIBLE AND INTACT.INCLUDE ON LABEL, NAME OF PRODUCT, MANUFACTURER'S NAME, DATE OFMANUFACTURE AND SHELF LIFE, WHERE APPLICABLE. ALSO INCLUDE UL LABELSFOR FIRE-RESISTANCE RATINGS APPLICABLE TO PROJECT.B. USE MATERIALS WITH LIMITED SHELF LIFE WITHIN PERIOD INDICATED. REMOVEFROM PROJECT SITE AND DISCARD ANY MATERIALS WHOSE SHELF LIFE HASEXPIRED.C. STORE MATERIALS INSIDE, UNDER COVER, ABOVE GROUND AND IN A MANNER TOKEEP THEM DRY UNTIL READY TO USE. REMOVE FROM PROJECT SITE ANDDISCARD ANY MATERIALS THAT HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO MOISTURE OR HAVEOTHERWISE DETERIORATED.1.05 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSDO NOT INSTALL SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING WHEN AMBIENT OR SUBSTRATETEMPERATURES ARE 40OF (4.4OC) AND FALLING, UNLESS TEMPORARYPROTECTION AND HEAT CAN BE PROVIDED TO MAINTAIN TEMPERATURES OFBOTH AT OR ABOVE THIS TEMPERATURE LEVEL FOR 24 HOURS BEFORE, DURINGAND AFTER APPLICATION OF SPRAYED FIREPROOFING. VENTILATE SPRAYFIREPROOFING BY MEANS OF NATURAL OR, WHERE THIS IS INADEQUATE, FORCEDAIR CIRCULATION DURING AND AFTER APPLICATION UNTIL IT THOROUGHLY DRIES.1.06 SEQUENCINGSCHEDULE AND COORDINATE APPLICATION OF SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING WITHOTHER, RELATED WORK SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS TO COMPLY WITH THEFOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:A. PREVENT DETERIORATION OF SPRAYED-FIREPROOFING FOR INTERIORAPPLICATIONS DUE TO EXPOSURE TO UNFAVORABLE ENVIRONMENTALCONDITIONS.B. AVOID UNNECESSARY EXPOSURE OF SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING TO ABRASIONAND OTHER DAMAGE LIKELY TO OCCUR DURING CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONSSUBSEQUENT TO ITS APPLICATION.C. ENSURE THAT SPRAYED-FIREPROOFING IS INSTALLED PRIOR TO INSTALLATIONOF ENCLOSING OR CONCEALING WORK, WITH SUFFICIENT TIME ALLOWED FORINSPECTION, TESTING AND CORRECTION OF DEFECTIVE FIREPROOFING.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING MATERIALSA. GENERAL: PROVIDE MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD PRODUCTS COMPLYING WITHREQUIREMENTS INDICATED BELOW FOR MATERIAL COMPOSITION AND PHYSICALPROPERTIES REPRESENTATIVE OF INSTALLED PRODUCTS.B. MATERIAL COMPOSITION SHALL BE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:1. CEMENTITIOUS FIREPROOFING: FACTORY-MIXED DRY FORMULATION OFINORGANIC BINDERS AND LIGHTWEIGHT MINERAL AGGREGATES MIXED WITHWATER AT PROJECT SITE TO FORM A SLURRY FOR PUMPING AND FOR DISPERSALBY COMPRESSED AIR INTRODUCED AT SPRAY NOZZLE.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868AS-3ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


2. MINERAL FIBER FIREPROOFING: FACTORY-MIXED DRY FORMULATION OFINORGANIC BINDERS, MINERAL FIBERS, FILLERS AND ADDITIVES FOR SPRAYED-ONAPPLICATION BY CONVEYING DRY MIXTURE BY LOW PRESSURE AIR THROUGHHOSE AND MIXING IT WITH WATER AT SPRAY NOZZLE.C. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: MINIMUM VALUES, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED,MEASURED PER STANDARD TEST METHODS REFERENCED WITH EACH PROPERTY,AS FOLLOWS:1. BOND STRENGTH: 80 LBS./IN.2 PER ASTM E736.2. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 3.47 LBS./IN.2 PER ASTM E761.3. CORROSION RESISTANCE: NO EVIDENCE OF CORROSION PER ASTM E937.4. DEFLECTION: NO CRACKING, SPALLING, DELAMINATION OR THE LIKE PER ASTME759.5. EFFECT OF IMPACT ON BONDING: NO CRACKING, SPALLING DELAMINATION ORTHE LIKE PER ASTM E760.6. AIR EROSION: MAXIMUM WEIGHT LOSS OF 0.025 GRAMS/FT.2 PER ASTM E859.7. DRY DENSITY: VALUES FOR AVERAGE AND INDIVIDUAL DENSITIES AS REQUIREDFOR FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING INDICATED PER ASTM E605, BUT NOT LESS THANTHE FOLLOWING:a. FOR CEMENTITIOUS FIREPROOFING: 14 LBS./FT.3b. FOR MINERAL FIBER FIREPROOFING: 13 LBS./FT.38. HARDNESS: 0.50" MAXIMUM PENETRATION PER ASTM C569.9. SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS: MAXIMUM FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKEDEVELOPED VALUES OF 10 AND 0, RESPECTIVELY.D. SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS, PROVIDE ONE OF THEFOLLOWING:1. CEMENTITIOUS FIREPROOFING: "MONOKOTE", GRACE CONSTRUCTIONPRODUCTS DIVISION, W.R. GRACE & COMPANY.2. MINERAL FIBER FIREPROOFING: "CAFCO BLAZE-SHIELD", UNITED STATESMINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANY.2.02 AUXILIARY FIREPROOFING MATERIALSA. GENERAL: PROVIDE AUXILIARY FIREPROOFING MATERIALS WHICH ARECOMPATIBLE WITH SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING PRODUCTS AND SUBSTRATES,APPROVED FOR USE INDICATED BY MANUFACTURER OF SPRAYED-ONFIREPROOFING AND WHICH HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY UL OR OTHERACCEPTABLE TESTING AND INSPECTING AGENCY FOR USE IN FIRE-RESISTANCERATED DESIGNS INDICATED.B. SUBSTRATE PRIMERS: TYPE APPROVED BY MANUFACTURER OF SPRAYED-ONFIREPROOFING FOR SUBSTRATE AND FOR CONDITIONS OF EXPOSURE INDICATED.C. ADHESIVE FOR BONDING FIREPROOFING: TYPE RECOMMENDED BYMANUFACTURER OF SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER.D. METAL LATH: EXPANDED METAL LATH FABRICATED FROM MATERIAL OF WEIGHT,CONFIGURATION AND FINISH REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH FIRE-RESISTANCERATED DESIGNS INDICATED AND FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER'SRECOMMENDATIONS. INCLUDE CLIPS, LATHING ACCESSORIES AND OTHERANCHORAGE DEVICES REQUIRED TO ATTACH LATH TO SUBSTRATES.E. TOPCOATS: TYPE AS RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER OF EACHFIREPROOFING MATERIAL REQUIRED FOR APPLICATIONS INDICATED.F. SEALER FOR MINERAL-FIBER FIREPROOFING: CLEAR-DRYINGWATER-DISPERSABLE PROTECTIVE COATING RECOMMENDED BY MINERAL FIBERFIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER.PRODUCT: SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS, PROVIDE "CAFCOBOND-SEAL" BY UNITED STATES MINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANY.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 INSPECTIONA. REQUIRE INSTALLER TO EXAMINE SUBSTRATES TO DETERMINE IF THEY ARE INSATISFACTORY CONDITION TO RECEIVE SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING. ASATISFACTORY SUBSTRATE IS DEFINED AS FOLLOWS:1. SUBSTRATE COMPLIES WITH REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECTION IN WHICH THESUBSTRATE AND RELATED WORK IS SPECIFIED AND IS FREE OF OIL, GREASE,ROLLING COMPOUNDS, INCOMPATIBLE PRIMERS, LOOSE MILL SCALE, DIRT OROTHER FOREIGN SUBSTANCES CAPABLE OF IMPAIRING BOND OF FIREPROOFINGWITH SUBSTRATE UNDER CONDITIONS OF NORMAL USE OR FIRE EXPOSURE.2. OBJECTS WHICH WILL PENETRATE FIREPROOFING, INCLUDING CLIPS, HANGERS,SUPPORT SLEEVES AND SIMILAR ITEMS HAVE BEEN SECURELY ATTACHED TOSUBSTRATES.3. SUBSTRATES ARE NOT OBSTRUCTED BY DUCTS, PIPING, EQUIPMENT AND OTHERSUSPENDED CONSTRUCTION THAT COULD INTERFERE WITH APPLICATION OFFIREPROOFING.B. FOR STEEL OR OTHER SUBSTRATES SUSPECTED OF BEING COATED WITH OIL,ROLLING COMPOUNDS OR OTHER SUBSTANCES NOT READILY IDENTIFIABLE BUTPOTENTIALLY CAPABLE OF IMPAIRING BOND, CONDUCT TESTS RECOMMENDED BYFIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER TO DETERMINE THEIR PRESENCE AND EFFECTON ADHESION OF FIREPROOFING.C. DO NOT PROCEED WITH INSTALLATION OF FIREPROOFING UNTILUNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN CORRECTED.3.02 PREPARATIONA. CLEAN SUBSTRATES OF SUBSTANCES WHICH COULD IMPAIR BOND OFFIREPROOFING, INCLUDING OIL, GREASE, ROLLING COMPOUNDS, INCOMPATIBLEPRIMERS AND LOOSE MILL SCALE.B. PRIME SUBSTRATES WHERE RECOMMENDED BY FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER,EXCEPT WHERE COMPATIBLE SHOP PRIMER HAS BEEN APPLIED AND IS INSATISFACTORY CONDITION TO RECEIVE FIREPROOFING.C. FOR EXPOSED SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING APPLICATIONS REPAIR SUBSTRATESTO REMOVE ANY SURFACE IMPERFECTIONS THAT COULD AFFECT UNIFORMITY OFTEXTURE AND THICKNESS IN FINISHED SURFACE OF FIREPROOFING.D. REMOVE MINOR PROJECTIONS AND FILL VOIDS WHICH WOULD TELEGRAPHTHROUGH.E. COVER OTHER WORK AND EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS WHICH MIGHT BE DAMAGEDBY FALL-OUT OR OVER-SPRAY OF FIREPROOFING MATERIALS DURINGAPPLICATION. PROVIDE TEMPORARY ENCLOSURE AS REQUIRED TO CONFINESPRAYING OPERATIONS, PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND TO ENSUREADEQUATE AMBIENT CONDITIONS FOR TEMPERATURE AND VENTILATION.3.03 INSTALLATIONA. COMPLY WITH FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR MIXINGMATERIALS, FOR APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND FOR TYPES OF EQUIPMENTUSED TO CONVEY AND SPRAY ON FIREPROOFING MATERIAL; AS APPLICABLE TOTHE PARTICULAR CONDITIONS OF INSTALLATION AND AS REQUIRED TO ACHIEVEFIRE-RESISTANCE RATINGS INDICATED.B. COAT SUBSTRATES WITH ADHESIVE PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF FIREPROOFINGWHERE REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING OR RECOMMENDED BYFIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER FOR MATERIAL AND APPLICATION INDICATED.C. INSTALL METAL LATH AS REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH FIRE RESISTANCE RATINGSAND RECOMMENDATIONS OF FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER FOR CONDITIONSOF EXPOSURE AND INTENDED USE. SECURELY ATTACH LATH TO SUBSTRATE INPOSITION REQUIRED FOR FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING INDICATED AND TO SUPPORTAS WELL AS TO REINFORCE FIREPROOFING, USING ANCHORAGE DEVICES OFTYPE RECOMMENDED BY FIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER. ATTACH LATHINGACCESSORIES WHERE INDICATED OR REQUIRED.D. INSTALL REINFORCING FABRIC WHERE REQUIRED.E. EXTEND FIREPROOFING FULL THICKNESS OVER ENTIRE AREA OF EACHSUBSTRATE TO BE PROTECTED. UNLESS OTHERWISE RECOMMENDED BYFIREPROOFING MANUFACTURER, INSTALL BODY OF FIREPROOF COVERING IN ASINGLE COURSE.F. APPLY FIREPROOFING IN THICKNESSES LESS THAN THAT REQUIRED TO ACHIEVEFIRE RESISTANCE RATINGS SPECIFIED.G. APPLY FIREPROOFING MATERIALS BY SPRAYED-ON METHOD TO MAXIMUMEXTENT POSSIBLE. FOLLOWING SPRAYING OPERATION IN EACH AREA, COMPLETETHE COVERAGE BY TROWEL APPLICATION OR OTHER PLACEMENT METHODACCEPTABLE TO MANUFACTURER.H. APPLY SEALER AND TOP COAT TO SPRAYED-ON FIREPROOFING WHERERECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.3.04 FIELD QUALITY CONTROLA. OWNER WILL EMPLOY AND PAY AN INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORY TOPERFORM TESTS REQUIRED FOR LOCAL AUTHORITY APPROVAL.B. MAKE PORTIONS OF THE WORK AVAILABLE TO THE OWNER'S TESTING AGENCY ASREQUIRED FOR TESTING.C. REPAIR OR REPLACE FIREPROOFING WITHIN AREAS WHERE TEST RESULTSINDICATE FIREPROOFING DOES NOT COMPLY WITH CODE REQUIREMENTS.3.05 CLEANING, REPAIR AND PROTECTIONA. IMMEDIATELY UPON COMPLETION OF SPRAYING OPERATIONS IN EACHCONTAINABLE AREA OF PROJECT, REMOVE OVER-SPRAY AND FALL-OUT OFMATERIALS FROM SURFACES OF OTHER WORK AND CLEAN EXPOSED SURFACESTO REMOVE EVIDENCE OF SOILING.B. CURE EXPOSED CEMENTITIOUS FIREPROOFING MATERIALS IN COMPLIANCE WITHFIREPROOFING MANUFACTURERS' RECOMMENDATIONS TO PREVENT PREMATUREDRYING.C. PROTECT FIREPROOFING ACCORDING TO ADVICE OF FIREPROOFINGMANUFACTURER AND INSTALLER FROM DAMAGE RESULTING FROMCONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS OR OTHER CAUSES SO THAT FIREPROOFING WILLBE WITHOUT DAMAGE OR DETERIORATION AT TIME OF SUBSTANTIALCOMPLETION.D. COORDINATE INSTALLATION OF FIREPROOFING WITH OTHER WORK IN ORDER TOMINIMIZE THE NEED FOR OTHER TRADES TO CUT OR REMOVE FIREPROOFING. ASOTHER TRADES SUCCESSIVELY COMPLETE INSTALLATION OF THEIR WORK,MAINTAIN PROTECTION OF STRUCTURE AFFORDED BY FIREPROOFING BYPATCHING ANY AREAS WHICH HAVE BEEN REMOVED OR DAMAGED PRIOR TOCONCEALMENT OF FIREPROOFING BY OTHER WORK.E. REPAIR OR REPLACE WORK WHICH HAS NOT BEEN SUCCESSFULLY PROTECTED.END OF SECTIONSECTION 07920 - JOINT SEALANTSPART 1 -GENERAL1.1 SECTION REQUIREMENTSA. SUBMITTALS: PRODUCT DATA AND COLOR SAMPLES.PART 2 -PRODUCTS2.1 JOINT SEALANTSA. COMPATIBILITY: PROVIDE JOINT SEALANTS, JOINT FILLERS, AND OTHER RELATEDMATERIALS THAT ARE COMPATIBLE WITH ONE ANOTHER AND WITH JOINTSUBSTRATES UNDER SERVICE AND APPLICATION CONDITIONS.B. ELASTOMERIC SEALANTS: COMPLY WITH ASTM C 920.1. SINGLE-COMPONENT, MILDEW-RESISTANT SILICONE SEALANT, TYPE S; GRADE NS;CLASS 25; USES NT, G, A, AND O; FORMULATED WITH FUNGICIDE. USE FORINTERIOR SEALANT JOINTS IN CERAMIC TILE, STONE, AND OTHER HARD SURFACESIN KITCHENS AND TOILET ROOMS AND AROUND PLUMBING FIXTURES.C. LATEX SEALANT: SINGLE-COMPONENT, NONSAG, MILDEW-RESISTANT, PAINTABLE,ACRYLIC-EMULSION SEALANT COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 834. FOR INTERIOR USEONLY AT PERIMETERS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.D. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT FOR EXPOSED JOINTS: NONSAG, PAINTABLE, NONSTAINING,LATEX SEALANT COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 834. FOR INTERIOR USE ONLY ATACOUSTICAL ASSEMBLIES.E. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT FOR CONCEALED JOINTS: NONDRYING, NONHARDENING,NONSKINNING, NONSTAINING, GUNNABLE, SYNTHETIC-RUBBER SEALANTRECOMMENDED FOR SEALING INTERIOR CONCEALED JOINTS TO REDUCETRANSMISSION OF AIRBORNE SOUND. FOR INTERIOR USE ONLY AT ACOUSTICALASSEMBLIES.PART 3 -EXECUTION3.1 INSTALLATIONA. COMPLY WITH ASTM C 1193.B. COMPLY WITH ASTM C 919 FOR USE OF JOINT SEALANTS IN ACOUSTICALAPPLICATIONS.END OF SECTIONSECTION 08100 - STEEL DOORS AND FRAMESPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:STEEL DOORS AND FRAMESB. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE1. FINISH HARDWARE - SEE SECTION 08710.2. PAINTING - SEE SECTION 09900.1.02 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS FOR FABRICATIONAND INSTALLATION, INCLUDING DATA SUBSTANTIATING THAT PRODUCTS COMPLYWITH SPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS.B. SHOP DRAWINGS: SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS FOR THE FABRICATION ANDINSTALLATION OF STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES. INCLUDE DETAILS OF EACH FRAMETYPE, ELEVATIONS OF DOOR DESIGN TYPES, CONDITIONS AT OPENINGS, DETAILSOF CONSTRUCTION, FINISH, LOCATION AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS OFFINISH HARDWARE AND REINFORCEMENTS AND DETAILS OF JOINTS ANDCONNECTIONS.PROVIDE A SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND FRAMES USING SAME REFERENCE NUMBERSFOR DETAILS AND OPENINGS AS THOSE ON THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS.1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. DELIVER STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES CRATED TO PROVIDE PROTECTION DURINGTRANSIT AND JOB STORAGE.B. INSPECT STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES UPON DELIVERY FOR DAMAGE. MINORDAMAGES MAY BE REPAIRED PROVIDED THE FINISH ITEMS ARE EQUAL IN ALLRESPECTS TO NEW WORK AND ACCEPTABLE TO THE DESIGNER; OTHERWISE,REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED ITEMS AS DIRECTED.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MATERIALSA. HOT-ROLLED STEEL SHEETS AND STRIPS: COMMERCIAL QUALITY CARBON STEEL,PICKLED AND OILED, COMPLYING WITH ASTM A569.B. COLD-ROLLED STEEL SHEETS: COMMERCIAL QUALITY CARBON STEEL, COMPLYINGWITH ASTM A366.C. REINFORCEMENT STEEL: ASTM A36D. FILLER: SOUND DEADENING AND HEAT-RETARDING MINERAL FIBER INSULATINGMATERIAL.E. FASTENERS: GALVANIZED OR CADMIUM-PLATED STEEL.1. BOLTS AND NUTS: ASTM A307, GRADE A.2. EXPANSION BOLTS: FS FF-S-0325, GROUP III, EXPANSION SHIELD (SELF-DRILLINGTUBULAR EXPANSION SHELL BOLT ANCHORS),TYPE 1 OR 2.3. MACHINE SCREWS: FS FF-S-92, CARBON STEEL, TYPE III CROSS-RECESSED,DESIGN I OR II RECESS, STYLE 2C FLAT HEAD.F. SHOP PRIMER: ONE OF THE FOLLOWING, BAKED ON: FS TT-P-57(TYPE II) OR FS TT-P-659.2.02 FABRICATIONA. FABRICATE DOORS AND FRAMES TO THE DESIGN AND DIMENSIONS SHOWN INACCORDANCE WITH BEST SHOP PRACTICES. UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN,FABRICATE DOORS AND PANELS TO A THICKNESS OF 1-3/4". TAKE FIELDMEASUREMENTS AS NEEDED WHEN COORDINATING WITH ADJOINING WORK.B. MAKE DOORS AND FRAMES STRONG, RIGID, NEAT IN APPEARANCE AND FREE FROMDEFECTS. REINFORCE CORNERS OF DOORS AS REQUIRED TO PREVENT TWISTINGOR SAGGING.C. FORM EXPOSED SURFACES FREE FROM WARP, WAVE AND BUCKLE, WITH ALLCORNERS SQUARE, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. FORM MOLDED MEMBERSSTRAIGHT AND TRUE, WITH WELDED JOINTS COPED OR MITERED, WELL FORMEDAND IN TRUE ALIGNMENT. DRESS WELDED JOINTS ON EXPOSED SURFACESSMOOTH SO THEY ARE INVISIBLE AFTER FINISHING.D. PROVIDE CLEARANCES FOR DOORS, NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, AS FOLLOWS:1/8" AT JAMBS AND HEADS, 1/8" AT MEETING STILES OF PAIRS OF DOORS AND 3/8" ATBOTTOM WHERE NO SADDLE OR CARPET IS REQUIRED. WHERE A SADDLE ISSHOWN, PROVIDE 1/4" CLEARANCE ABOVE THE THRESHOLD. WHERE CARPET ISSHOWN, PROVIDE 1/4" CLEARANCE ABOVE THE CARPET.E. BEVEL LOCK EDGE 1/8" IN 2" FOR DOORS.F. MORTISE, REINFORCE, DRILL AND TAP DOORS AT FACTORY TO RECEIVEMORTISE-TYPE HARDWARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH REVIEWED HARDWARESCHEDULE AND TEMPLATES. PROVIDE REINFORCING, DRILL AND TAP FOR DOORSTO RECEIVE SURFACE APPLIED HARDWARE. AT PUSH PLATES AND KICK-PLATES,PROVIDE REINFORCING ONLY. USE STEEL SECURED BY SPOT WELDING ASREINFORCEMENT. REINFORCE AS FOLLOWS:1. HINGES: 7 GAUGE AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BY APPROVED HARDWAREMANUFACTURER.2. LOCK FRONTS: 14 GAUGE AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BY APPROVED HARDWAREMANUFACTURER.3. LOCK: 12 GAUGE AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BY APPROVED HARDWAREMANUFACTURER.4. CLOSER: 12 GAUGE ONE-PIECE CHANNEL AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BY APPROVEDHARDWARE MANUFACTURER.5. OTHER HARDWARE REINFORCEMENTS, AS REQUIRED FOR ADEQUATE STRENGTHAND ANCHORAGE.6. IN LIEU OF REINFORCEMENT SPECIFIED, HARDWARE MANUFACTURERS'RECOMMENDED REINFORCING UNITS MAY BE USED.G. FRAME SHALL BE FULLY MITERED AND CONTINUOUSLY WELDED AT FRAMECORNERS AND STOPS, WITH EDGES STRAIGHT AND TRUE. GRIND WELDS SMOOTHAND FLUSH ON EXPOSED SURFACES.H. ACCURATELY MACHINE, FILE AND FIT EXPOSED CONNECTIONS WITH HAIRLINEJOINTS UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.I. CONCEAL FASTENERS WHEREVER POSSIBLE. COUNTERSINK EXPOSED SCREWSUSING FLAT, PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS.J. PROVIDE WELDS OF ADEQUATE STRENGTH AND DURABILITY.2.03 FLUSH DOORSA. CONSTRUCT DOORS WITH 18 GAUGE FACE SHEETS WITH EDGES WELDED ANDFINISHED FLUSH. DO NOT EXPOSE SEAMS OR JOINTS ON DOOR FACES OR EDGES.REINFORCE FACE SHEETS WITH 20 GAUGE INTERLOCKING VERTICAL C ORZ-SHAPED REINFORCING MEMBERS SPACED NOT OVER 6" APART AND SPOTWELDED TO FACE SHEETS. PLACE FILLER BETWEEN REINFORCING MEMBERS.PROVIDE REMOVABLE MOLDINGS OF 18 GAUGE STEEL FOR GLAZED OPENINGS INDOORS APPLIED WITH COUNTERSUNK SCREWS SPACED NOT MORE THAN 12" O.C.B. OPTIONAL FRAMING FOR CORE: A CONTINUOUS TRUSS FORMED INNER CORE OFSHEET METAL, NOT LIGHTER THAN 28 GAUGE, SPOT WELDED TO THE FACE SHEETSEVERY 2-3/4" HORIZONTALLY AND 3" VERTICALLY OVER THE ENTIRE SURFACE OFBOTH FACES.2.04STEEL DOOR FRAMESA. PROVIDE FULLY WELDED, COMBINATION TYPE FRAMES, TO BE USED AS BOTH DOORBUCK AND TRIM, FORMED TO PROFILES SHOWN AND, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN,OF 16 GAUGE STEEL.B. FABRICATE ANCHORS OF STEEL NO LIGHTER THAN THE GAUGE USED FOR THEFRAME, 2-1/2" WIDE BY 10" LONG, THREE (3) PER JAMB UP TO 7' HIGH AND FOUR (4)PER JAMB OVER 7' HIGH.C. WHERE FRAMES ARE SET INTO DRYWALL STEEL STUD WALLS, WELD 16 GAUGEANCHOR CLIPS 2' O.C. TO EACH JAMB AND HEAD. ANCHOR CLIPS SHALL MATCHTHE SIZE AND TYPE OF STUD USED IN EACH WALL.D. PROVIDE 16 GAUGE STEEL CHANNEL TEMPORARY SPREADERS AT THE BOTTOM OFALL THREE-SIDED FRAMES TO PREVENT DISTORTION DURING SHIPMENT ANDSTORAGE AND TO HOLD FRAMES IN PROPER POSITION UNTIL ANCHORAGE ANDADJACENT CONSTRUCTION HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.E. TERMINATE BOTTOM OF FRAMES AT THE INDICATED FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL.WHERE FLOOR FILL OR SETTING BEDS OCCUR, SUPPORT FRAME BY ADJUSTABLECLIP ANGLES ANCHORED TO THE STRUCTURAL SUBSTRATE. ANGLE FLOOR CLIPSSHALL BE 12 GAUGE, WELDED TO FRAME AND PUNCHED FOR TWO (2) 3/8"FASTENERS.F. MORTISE, REINFORCE, DRILL AND TAP FRAMES FOR MORTISE-TYPE HARDWARE.FOR SURFACE MOUNTED HARDWARE, PROVIDE INTERNAL REINFORCEMENT WHICHIS TO BE FIELD DRILLED AND TAPPED. LOCATE HARDWARE IN FRAMES TO MATCHLOCATION SHOWN OR SPECIFIED FOR DOORS AND IN ACCORDANCE WITHAPPROVED HARDWARE SCHEDULE AND TEMPLATES. PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:1. HINGE REINFORCEMENTS: 7 GAUGE AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BY APPROVEDHARDWARE MANUFACTURER.2. STRIKE REINFORCEMENTS: 7 GAUGE AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BY APPROVEDHARDWARE MANUFACTURER.3. CLOSER AND HOLDER REINFORCEMENT: 12 GAUGE AND SIZE, AS REQUIRED BYAPPROVED HARDWARE MANUFACTURER.4. COVER BOXES: FULLY ENCLOSING STEEL COVER BOXES SHALL BE PROVIDEDOVER ALL MORTISES. PROVIDE REMOVABLE ACCESS PLATES IN THE HEADS OFFRAMES TO RECEIVE CONCEALED DOOR CLOSERS. OFFSET REINFORCEMENT SOTHAT FACES OF HINGES OR KEEPERS ARE FLUSH WITH FACE OF THE FRAMEREBATE.5. HOLES FOR SILENCERS: PROVIDE THREE (3) FOR SINGLE DOORS AND TWO (2) FORPAIRS OF DOORS. INSTALL PLASTIC PLUGS IN SILENCER HOLES TO KEEP HOLESCLEAR DURING INSTALLATION.2.05SHOP PAINTINGA. CLEAN, TREAT AND PAINT SURFACES OF FABRICATED DOOR AND WINDOW WORKINSIDE AND OUT, WHETHER EXPOSED OR CONCEALED IN THE CONSTRUCTION.B. THOROUGHLY CLEAN METAL SURFACES OF LOOSE SCALE, SHAVINGS, FILINGS,DIRT AND OTHER DELETERIOUS MATERIALS BY USE OF WIRE BRUSHES OR OTHEREFFECTIVE MEANS. REMOVE GREASE AND OIL BY ONE OF THE METHODSSPECIFIED IN SSPC-SP-1-63 "SOLVENT CLEANING." FILL SEAMS IN EDGES, ASREQUIRED.C. APPLY TWO (2) COATS OF METAL PRIMER TO REINFORCEMENT AND ATTACHMENTSTEEL AND FRAMING WHICH WILL BE IN CONTACT WITH CONCRETE.D. CHEMICALLY TREAT SURFACES WITH PHOSPHATE COMPOUND TO ENSUREMAXIMUM PAINT ADHESION. APPLY A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF COATS OF ANAPPROVED ENAMEL FILLER, BAKED ON, TO OBTAIN UNIFORMLY SMOOTH EXPOSEDSURFACE. IN ADDITION, APPLY ONE COAT OF LIGHT-COLORED PRIMER, BAKED ON,TO BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SURFACES. TOUCH UP SURFACES HAVING RUNS,SMEARS OR BARE SPOTS.E. PROVIDE MINIMUM MIL THICKNESSES OF COATING AS RECOMMENDED BY THEPAINT MANUFACTURER.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01INSPECTIONA. EXAMINE SUBSTRATE AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH STEEL DOORS AND FRAMEWORK ARE TO BE INSTALLED FOR ANY CONDITIONS DETRIMENTAL TO PROPER ANDTIMELY COMPLETION OF WORK. DO NOT PROCEED WITH WORK UNTILUNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN CORRECTED.3.02INSTALLATIONA. INSTALL STEEL DOORS, FRAMES AND ACCESSORIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH FINALSHOP DRAWINGS, MANUFACTURER'S DATA AND AS HEREIN SPECIFIED.B. FRAME INSTALLATION: SET FRAMES ACCURATELY IN POSITION, PLUMBED, ALIGNEDAND BRACED SECURELY UNTIL PERMANENT ANCHORS ARE SET. AFTER WALLCONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE, REMOVE TEMPORARY BRACES AND SPREADERSLEAVING SURFACES SMOOTH AND UNDAMAGED.C. DOOR INSTALLATION: FIT DOORS ACCURATELY IN THEIR RESPECTIVE FRAMES,WITH THE CLEARANCES SPECIFIED HEREIN.D. HARDWARE INSTALLATION: APPLY HARDWARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH HARDWAREMANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND "SECTION 08710 - FINISH HARDWARE."DRILL AND TAP FOR MACHINE SCREWS, AS REQUIRED. DO NOT USE SELF-TAPPINGSHEET METAL SCREWS. ANCHOR PANELS IN PLACE WITH CONCEALED FASTENERS.ADJUST DOORS TO PROVIDE UNIFORM CLEARANCE AT HEAD AND JAMBS AND TOCONTACT STOPS UNIFORMLY. REMOVE AND REPLACE DOORS WHICH AREWARPED, BOWED OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED AND CANNOT BE PROPERLYINSTALLED.3.03ADJUSTMENT AND CLEANINGA. CHECK AND ADJUST FINISH HARDWARE ITEM FRAMES JUST PRIOR TO FINALINSPECTION. LEAVE WORK IN PROPER OPERATING CONDITION. REPLACEDEFECTIVE WORK, INCLUDING DOORS AND/OR FRAMES WHICH AREUNACCEPTABLE.B. IMMEDIATELY AFTER ERECTION, SAND SMOOTH ANY RUSTED OR DAMAGED AREASOF PRIME COAT AND APPLY TOUCH-UP OF COMPATIBLE AIR-DRYING PRIMER.END OF SECTIONSECTION 08370 - TEMPERED GLASS DOORSPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:TEMPERED GLASS DOORS AND SIDELIGHTSB. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE1. FINISH HARDWARE - SEE SECTION 08710.2. GLASS AND GLAZING - SEE SECTION 08800.1.02 SUBMITTALSA. SHOP DRAWINGS1. SHOW LOCATIONS, QUANTITIES, FABRICATION DETAILS AND INSTALLATION DETAILS,DIMENSIONS, FASTENINGS, HARDWARE, FINISHES, ETC., TO SHOW CONFORMANCEWITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS. THESE SHOPDRAWINGS MUST BE REVIEWED BY THE DESIGNER BEFORE ANY FABRICATION ORINSTALLATION IS BEGUN.2. COORDINATE SHOP DRAWINGS WITH SECTION 08710 TO ENSURE PROPER SIZE ANDLOCATION OF CYLINDER LOCKS AND OTHER HARDWARE.B. PERFORMANCE GUARANTEES: FURNISH A TWO-YEAR GUARANTEE, CERTIFYINGTHAT WORK IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, INCLUDINGAUTHORIZED ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS AND THAT SHOULD ANY DEFECTS INMATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP AFFECTING THE FUNCTION AND PERFORMANCE OFTHE DOORS DEVELOP DURING THE GUARANTEE PERIOD, SUCH DEFECTS WILL,UPON WRITTEN NOTICE, BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED AT NO EXPENSE TO THEOWNER. GUARANTEE DOES NOT APPLY TO BREAKAGE OF GLASS.1.03 DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGEA. STORE ALL MATERIALS DELIVERED TO THE SITE IN ASSIGNED SPACES. SELECTSPACES WHERE STORED MATERIALS WILL NOT BE EXPOSED TO WETTING ORDAMAGE AND WILL PERMIT EASY ACCESS TO AND HANDLING OF THE MATERIALS.STORE MATERIALS NEATLY, PROPERLY STACKED ON DUNNAGE AND COVER ORADEQUATELY PROTECT AGAINST DAMAGE AT ALL TIMES.B. PROTECT MATERIALS AGAINST STAINING, ETCHING, SCRATCHING AND BREAKAGE.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MANUFACTURERSACCEPTABILITY OF MANUFACTURERS IS CONTINGENT UPON PRODUCTS'COMPLIANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS. SUBMIT INFORMATION TO DESIGNER FORAPPROVAL. ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS INCLUDE:PPG INDUSTRIES GLASS DIVISION, ROOM 3W, ONE GATEWAY CENTER, PITTSBURGH,PA 15222.2.02 MATERIALSA. SIZES AND STYLES1. THE REQUIRED SIZES OF DOOR UNITS AND THE PROFILE REQUIREMENTS ARESHOWN ON THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS.2. PROVIDE SIDELIGHTS WHERE INDICATED.3. STYLE SHALL BE PPG HERCULITE, STYLE "P".4. GLASS SHALL BE CLEAR TEMPERED WITH THICKNESS AS RECOMMENDED BY THEMANUFACTURER.2.02 MATERIALSA. SIZES AND STYLES1. THE REQUIRED SIZES OF DOOR UNITS AND THE PROFILE REQUIREMENTS ARESHOWN ON THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS.2. PROVIDE SIDELIGHTS WHERE INDICATED.3. STYLE SHALL BE PPG HERCULITE, STYLE "P".4. GLASS SHALL BE CLEAR TEMPERED WITH THICKNESS AS RECOMMENDED BY THEMANUFACTURER.5. TOP AND BOTTOM RAILS ARE TO BE STAINLESS STEEL WITH A SATIN FINISH.B. HARDWARE: REFER TO CONTRACT DRAWINGS TO BE FURNISHED BY FINISHHARDWARE SUPPLIER.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 INSTALLATIONA. INSTALL DOORS AND HARDWARE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH DOORMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. MAKE UNITS PLUMB AND TRUE INOPENING.B. ITEMS DELIVERED TO PROJECT SITE WITH WARPS, BENDS OR OTHER DEFECTS WILLBE REJECTED.C. BEFORE TURNING PROJECT OVER, INSPECT WORK DONE UNDER THIS SECTION ANDMAKE ALL NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS, REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS OF DEFECTIVEWORK.END OF SECTIONSECTION 08710 - FINISH HARDWAREPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION, INCLUDES BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO THEFOLLOWING:FINISH HARDWAREB. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE1. STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES - SEE SECTION 08100.2. TEMPERED GLASS DOORS - SEE SECTION 08370.1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEFINISH HARDWARE, WHERE REQUIRED SHALL CONFORM TO THE APPLICABLEREQUIREMENTS OF THE AMERICAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, UNDERWRITER'SLABORATORIES, INC., LOCAL CODES AND ALL OTHER REGULATIONS AND AGENCIESHAVING JURISDICTION. SUCH ITEMS OF HARDWARE SHALL BEAR LABELS OR MARKSINDICATING CONFORMANCE TO THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS.1.02 REFERENCE STANDARDSA. COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF THE FOLLOWING REFERENCESTANDARDS EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SHOWN OR SPECIFIED.1. BUILDING HARDWARE MANUFACTURER'S ASSOCIATION (BHMA)2. UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES (UL)3. UNITED STATES STANDARDS (US)4. STEEL DOOR INSTITUTE (SDI)5. HOLLOW METAL MANUFACTURER'S ASSOCIATION, DIVISION OF THE NATIONALASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL METAL MANUFACTURERS6. AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI)7. DOOR AND HARDWARE INSTITUTE (DHI)1.03 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCT LITERATURE,SPECIFICATIONS FOR FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION, INCLUDING DATASUBSTANTIATING THAT PRODUCTS COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS.B. SHOP DRAWINGS: SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS INCLUDING HARDWARE SCHEDULESLISTING EACH DOOR, EACH ITEM OF HARDWARE, SET NUMBERS, MANUFACTURERS'NAMES AND NUMBERS, MATERIALS, FINISHES, DIMENSIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OFFUNCTIONS. HARDWARE SCHEDULES SHALL NOTE ITEMS FURNISHED IN OTHERSECTIONS.C. SAMPLES: THE SAMPLES LISTED BELOW ARE REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED AT THESAME TIME AS THE SUBMISSION OF SHOP DRAWINGS.QUANTITYDESCRIPTION1 HINGES (EACH TYPE)1 CLOSERS1 LOCKSETS (ELECTRIC)1 LOCKSETS (NON-ELECTRIC)1 STOPS (EACH TYPE)D. ACCEPTED SAMPLES WILL BE DELIVERED TO THE PROJECT SITE FOR INSTALLATIONAFTER SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868AS-4ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


1.04 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. CONTROL HANDLING AND INSTALLATION OF HARDWARE ITEMS WHICH ARE NOTIMMEDIATELY REPLACEABLE, SO THAT COMPLETION OF THE WORK WILL NOT BEDELAYED BY HARDWARE LOSSES, BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER INSTALLATION.B. AFTER INSTALLATION, PROTECT EXPOSED SURFACE WITH MATERIAL WHICH ISEASILY REMOVED WITHOUT MARRING FINISH.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 SCHEDULED HARDWAREA. REQUIREMENTS FOR DESIGN, GRADE, FUNCTION, FINISH, SIZE AND OTHERDISTINCTIVE QUALITIES OF EACH TYPE OF BUILDER'S HARDWARE ARE INDICATED.PRODUCTS ARE IDENTIFIED BY USING APPROPRIATE HARDWARE DESIGNATIONNUMBERS.B. ONE MANUFACTURER IS LISTED FOR EACH HARDWARE TYPE REQUIRED. PROVIDEEITHER THE PRODUCT DESIGNATED OR AN APPROVED COMPARABLE PRODUCT OFONE OF THE OTHER LISTED MANUFACTURERS.2.02 MATERIALS AND FABRICATION, GENERALTHE DRAWINGS SHOW THE DIRECTION OF MOVEMENT OF EACH DOOR LEAF.FURNISH EACH ITEM OF HARDWARE FOR PROPER INSTALLATION AND OPERATIONOF THE DOOR MOVEMENT AS SHOWN.2.03 HINGESA. REFER TO HARDWARE SCHEDULE FOR THESE ITEMS.B. HINGES SHALL BE SIZED AS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.C. PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 1-1/2 PAIR OF HINGES PER DOOR LEAF UP TO 7'-6" HIGH AND2 PAIRS PER DOOR LEAF FOR DOORS 8'-0" HIGH. PROVIDE ONE ADDITIONAL HINGEPER ADDITIONAL 2'-6" OR FRACTION THEREOF ABOVE 7'-6".2.04 CLOSERSA. REFER TO HARDWARE SCHEDULE FOR THESE ITEMS.B. CLOSERS SHALL BE SIZED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ACCEPTED MANUFACTURER'SSTANDARDS TO SUIT HEIGHT, WIDTH, WEIGHT OR DOOR AND DRAFT CONDITIONS.2.05 LOCKINGA. REFER TO HARDWARE SCHEDULE FOR THESE ITEMS.B. STRIKES: PROVIDE MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD WROUGHT BOX STRIKE FOR EACHLATCH OR LOCK BOLT, WITH CURVED LIP EXTENDED TO PROTECT FRAME, FINISHEDTO MATCH HARDWARE SET.2.06 KEYS AND KEYINGA. KEYS: KEYS SHALL BE NICKEL SILVER.B. KEYING: KEYING REQUIREMENTS SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE OWNER.1. PROVIDE INSTRUCTION OF THE OWNER'S PERSONNEL IN THE OPERATION OF THEKEY CONTROL SYSTEM.2. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY BASE BUILDING KEYING AND COMPLY WITH BUILDINGMANAGER'S KEYING REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO ORDERING HARDWARE.2.07 STOPSA. REFER TO HARDWARE SCHEDULE FOR THESE ITEMS.B. PROVIDE FASTENERS SUITABLE FOR THE SUBSTRATE TO WHICH THE SPECIFIEDSTOPS ARE TO BE APPLIED.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 GENERALA. HARDWARE SHALL BE SUITABLE AND ADAPTED FOR ITS REQUIRED USE AND SHALLFIT ITS DESIGNATED LOCATION. SHOULD ANY HARDWARE AS SPECIFIED ORREQUIRED, FAIL TO MEET THE INTENDED REQUIREMENTS OR REQUIREMODIFICATION TO SUIT OR FIT THE DESIGNATED LOCATION, DETERMINE THECORRECTION OR MODIFICATION NECESSARY AND NOTIFY THE DESIGNER IN AMPLETIME TO AVOID DELAY IN THE MANUFACTURE AND DELIVERY OF HARDWARE.B. MAKE PERIODIC CHECKS DURING CONSTRUCTION IN ORDER TO ASCERTAIN THATTHE FINISH HARDWARE ITEMS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED CORRECTLY. AFTERCOMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION, ADJUST FINISH HARDWARE TO FUNCTIONPROPERLY AND ADJUST AS REQUIRED FOR SMOOTH, FREE OPERATION.C. FURNISH SUITABLE TEMPLATES, TOGETHER WITH THE REVIEWED FINISH HARDWARESCHEDULE, TO THE RESPECTIVE TRADES AS REQUIRED, TO ENSURE THEACCURATE SETTING AND FITTING OF FINISH HARDWARE.3.02 HARDWARE INSTALLATIONA. LOCATE HARDWARE UNITS AT HEIGHTS INDICATED IN "RECOMMENDED LOCATIONSFOR BUILDERS HARDWARE FOR STANDARD STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES" BY THEDOOR AND HARDWARE INSTITUTE, EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY INDICATED ORREQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH GOVERNING REGULATIONS AND EXCEPT AS MAY BEOTHERWISE DIRECTED BY DESIGNER.B. INSTALL EACH HARDWARE ITEM IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'SINSTRUCTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS. WHEREVER CUTTING AND FITTING ISREQUIRED TO INSTALL HARDWARE ONTO OR INTO SURFACES WHICH ARE LATER TOBE PAINTED OR FINISHED IN ANOTHER WAY, COORDINATE REMOVAL, STORAGE ANDREINSTALLATION OR APPLICATION OF SURFACE PROTECTORS WITH FINISHINGWORK SPECIFIED IN THE DIVISION 9 SECTIONS. DO NOT INSTALLSURFACE-MOUNTED ITEMS UNTIL FINISHES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED ON THESUBSTRATE.C. SET UNITS LEVEL, PLUMB AND TRUE TO LINE AND LOCATION. ADJUST ANDREINFORCE THE ATTACHMENT SUBSTRATE AS NECESSARY FOR PROPERINSTALLATION AND OPERATION. DOORS SHALL HAVE A UNIFORM GAP ON ALLSIDES.D. DRILL AND COUNTERSINK UNITS WHICH ARE NOT FACTORY-PREPARED FORANCHORAGE FASTENERS. USE TEMPLATES AND SHOP DRAWINGS FURNISHED.SPACE FASTENERS AND ANCHORS IN ACCORDANCE WITH INDUSTRY STANDARDS.3.03 HARDWARE SETSSEE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS.END OF SECTIONSECTION 08800 - GLASS AND GLAZINGPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THIS WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:1. MIRRORS2. TEMPERED GLASSB. DEFINITIONS1. GLASS: INCLUDES PRIME GLASS, PROCESSED GLASS AND FABRICATED GLASSPRODUCTS.2. GLAZING: INCLUDES GLASS INSTALLATION AND MATERIALS USED TO INSTALL GLASS.C. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERETEMPERED GLASS INSERTS - SEE SECTION 08370.1.02 REFERENCE STANDARDSEXCEPT AS MODIFIED BY GOVERNING CODES AND BY THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS,COMPLY WITH THE APPLICABLE PROVISIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THEFOLLOWING:A. FGMA "GLAZING SEALING SYSTEMS MANUAL" AND "GLAZING MANUAL"B. PRIME GLASS STANDARD: FS DD-G-451C. HEAT-TREATED GLASS STANDARD: FS DD-G-1403D. SAFETY GLASS STANDARDS: CPSC 16CFR1201 AND ANSI Z97.11.03 REQUIREMENTS OF REGULATORY AGENCIESPERFORM ALL WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NEWYORK CITY BUILDING CODES AND FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAWS, RULES ANDREGULATIONS.1.04 SUBMITTALSA. SAMPLES: SUBMIT SAMPLES OF EACH TYPE OF GLASS, GLAZING SEALANT ANDGASKET. PROVIDE SEALANT SAMPLES 12" LONG INSTALLED BETWEEN SAMPLES OFTHE MATERIALS TO BE GLAZED, FULLY CURED. SAMPLES WILL BE REVIEWED FORCOLOR AND TEXTURE ONLY. GLASS SAMPLES SHALL BE ACTUAL UNITS ASREQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION OR MINIMUM 18" X 18" UNITS AT THE CONTRACTOR'SOPTION.B. MANUFACTURER'S DATA: SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION FROM THEMANUFACTURER:1. STATEMENT THAT EACH PRODUCT TO BE FURNISHED IS RECOMMENDED FOR THEAPPLICATION SHOWN.2. COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING, STORING, MIXING, PRIMING, INSTALLING,CURING AND PROTECTING EACH GLAZING MATERIAL.C. CERTIFICATION: SUBMIT CERTIFICATION FROM FABRICATOR THAT EACH PIECE OFTEMPERED GLASS COMPLIES WITH SPECIFIED STANDARDS FOR HEATSTRENGTHENING AND SAFETY GLAZING.D. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS: FURNISH MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR EACHTYPE OF GLASS FOR USE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND FOR USE BY THE OWNERAFTER ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK.1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. DELIVER GLAZING MATERIALS TO THE PROJECT SITE IN MANUFACTURERS'UNOPENED CONTAINERS, FULLY IDENTIFIED WITH TRADE NAME, COLOR, SIZE,HARDNESS, TYPE, CLASS AND GRADE. STORE EACH ITEM IN ACCORDANCE WITHMANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.B. DELIVER, STORE AND HANDLE GLASS IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'SRECOMMENDATIONS; PROTECTED FROM WEATHER, STAINING AND DAMAGE.DURING STORAGE AND HANDLING OF GLASS PROVIDE CUSHIONS AT EDGES TOPREVENT IMPACT DAMAGE. PROTECT GLASS FROM SCRATCHES AND ABRASION.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 GLASS TYPESPROVIDE GLASS TYPES, FABRICATED FROM THE GLASSES SPECIFIED HEREIN, INTHE LOCATIONS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS:A. 1/4" THICK MIRRORB. CLEAR GLASS, THICKNESS AS INDICATED, TEMPERED.2.02 GLASS PRODUCTSA. PRIME GLASS1. CLEAR GLASS: PLATE OR FLOAT GLASS, TYPE 1, QUALITY Q3.2. MIRROR: TYPE I, CLASS I, QUALITY Q2 WITH SILVER COATING, COPPER PROTECTIVECOATING AND NON-METALLIC PAINT COATING COMPLYING WITH FS DD-M-411.B. PROCESSED GLASSTEMPERED GLASS: PRIME GLASS AS SPECIFIED ABOVE, WHICH HAS BEEN HEATTREATED BY MANUFACTURERS STANDARD PROCESS TO STRENGTHEN GLASS INBENDING TO NOT LESS THAN 4.5 TIMES ANNEALED GLASS STRENGTH.2.03 GLAZING SEALANTS AND COMPONENTSA. PROVIDE COLOR OF EXPOSED SEALANT/COMPOUND INDICATED OR IF NOTOTHERWISE INDICATED, AS SELECTED BY DESIGNER FROM MANUFACTURER'SSTANDARD COLORS. COMPLY WITH MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FORSELECTION OF HARDNESS, DEPENDING UPON THE LOCATION OF EACHAPPLICATION, CONDITIONS AT TIME OF INSTALLATION AND PERFORMANCEREQUIREMENTS AS INDICATED. SELECT MATERIALS AND VARIATIONS ORMODIFICATIONS CAREFULLY FOR COMPATIBILITY WITH SURFACES CONTACTED INTHE INSTALLATION.B. ONE-PART SILICONE RUBBER GLAZING SEALANT: ELASTOMERIC SILICONE SEALANTCOMPLYING WITH FS TT-S-001543, CLASS A, NON-SAG. PROVIDE ACID TYPERECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER WHERE ONLY NONPOROUS BOND SURFACESARE CONTACTED; PROVIDE NON-ACID TYPE RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURERWHERE ONE OR MORE POROUS BOND SURFACES ARE CONTACTED.2.04 MISCELLANEOUS GLAZING MATERIALSA. SETTING BLOCKS: SILICONE BLOCKS, 80 TO 90 SHORE A DUROMETER HARDNESS.B. FACE SHIMS: SILICONE BLOCKS, 40 TO 50 SHORE A DUROMETER HARDNESS,SELF-ADHESIVE ON ONE FACE ONLY.C. EDGE BLOCKS: SILICONE BLOCKS, 60 TO 70 SHORE A DUROMETER HARDNESS.D. JOINT CLEANER, PRIMER AND SEALER: THE PRODUCTS RECOMMENDED BY THEMANUFACTURER.E. ADHESIVE: MIRROR MASTIC OF TYPE RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER FORINSTALLATION SHOWN.2.05 FABRICATIONOBTAIN SIZES FROM SHOP DRAWINGS OR BY FIELD MEASUREMENT. CUT GLASS TOFIT EACH OPENING WITH EDGE CLEARANCES AND BITE ON GLASS ASRECOMMENDED BY GLASS MANUFACTURER. DO NOT NIP GLASS EDGES. EDGESMAY BE WHEEL CUT OR SAWED AND SEAMED AT MANUFACTURER'S OPTION. FORGLASS TO BE CUT AT SITE, PROVIDE GLASS LARGER THAN REQUIRED SO AS TOOBTAIN, CLEAN-CUT EDGES WITHOUT SEAMING OR NIPPING. DO NOT CUT, SEAM,NIP OR ABRADE GLASS AFTER HEAT-TREATING.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 CONDITION OF SURFACEEXAMINE SUBSTRATES, ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICHTHE WORK IS TO BE INSTALLED. DO NOT PROCEED WITH THE WORK UNTILUNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN CORRECTED.3.02 PREPARATIONA. REVIEW THE GLAZING PROCEDURES. EVALUATE SUITABILITY OF SPECIFIEDCOMPOUNDS AND SEALANTS FOR ANTICIPATED CONDITIONS. REVIEWCOORDINATION WITH OTHER WORK.B. CLEAN GLAZING CHANNELS, STOPS AND RABBETS TO RECEIVE GLAZING MATERIALSOF OBSTRUCTIONS AND DELETERIOUS SUBSTANCES WHICH MIGHT IMPAIR THEWORK. REMOVE PROTECTIVE COATINGS WHICH MIGHT INTERFERE WITH BOND OFSEALANTS. COMPLY WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL WIPING OFSURFACES IMMEDIATELY BEFORE APPLICATION OF PRIMER AND GLAZINGCOMPOUNDS OR TAPES.C. PRIME SURFACES TO RECEIVE GLAZING COMPOUNDS AS REQUIRED TO COMPLYWITH MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS.3.03 INSTALLATIONA. UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN OR SPECIFIED, COMPLY WITH RECOMMENDATIONSAND REQUIREMENTS OF THE FGMA "GLAZING SEALING SYSTEMS MANUAL" AND"GLAZING MANUAL."B. INSPECT EACH PIECE OF GLASS IMMEDIATELY BEFORE INSTALLATION. DO NOTINSTALL PIECES WHICH ARE IMPROPERLY SIZED OR HAVE DAMAGED EDGES,SCRATCHES, ABRASION OR OTHER EVIDENCE OF DAMAGE. REMOVE LABELS FROMGLASS IMMEDIATELY AFTER INSTALLATION.C. WHERE INDICATED OR RECOMMENDED FOR USE BY GLASS MANUFACTURER,LOCATE SETTING BLOCKS AT SILL ONE-QUARTER OF THE WIDTH IN FROM EACH ENDOF THE GLASS. USE BLOCKS OF PROPER SIZE TO SUPPORT THE GLASS INACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS.D. PROVIDE FACE SHIMS FOR ALL GLASS SIZES LARGER THAN 50 UNITED INCHES, TOSEPARATE GLASS FROM METAL STOPS, EXCEPT WHERE CONTINUOUS GLAZINGTAPES ARE PROVIDED. LOCATE FACE SHIMS OPPOSITE EACH OTHER AND NOFURTHER THAN 24" APART AND NO CLOSER THAN 12" TO A CORNER. MAKE BITE OFSPACER ON GLASS A NOMINAL 1/4" OR GREATER.E. PROVIDE EDGE BLOCKS, LOCATED IN GLAZING REBATE AS RECOMMENDED BY THEGLASS MANUFACTURER, TO ENSURE AGAINST DISPLACEMENT OF THE GLASS ANDAGAINST METAL TO GLASS CONTACT WITHIN THE REBATE AND TO ENSUREPERMANENTLY ADEQUATE BITE OF THE GLASS WITHIN THE GLAZING SYSTEM.F. SET GLASS IN A MANNER WHICH PRODUCES GREATEST POSSIBLE DEGREE OFUNIFORMITY IN APPEARANCE.G. DO NOT USE TWO DIFFERENT GLAZING MATERIALS IN THE SAME JOINT SYSTEMUNLESS THE MANUFACTURER OF EACH MATERIAL HAS STATED IN WRITING THATHIS MATERIAL IS FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE OTHER MATERIAL.H. USE SUITABLE PROTECTION TO LIMIT COVERAGE OF GLAZING MATERIALS TO THESURFACES INTENDED FOR SEALANTS.I. TOOL EXPOSED SURFACES OF GLAZING MATERIALS TO PROVIDE A SLIGHT WASHAWAY FROM THE GLASS.3.04 CLEANING AND PROTECTIONA. CLEAN EXCESS SEALANT OR COMPOUND FROM GLASS AND FRAMING MEMBERSIMMEDIATELY AFTER APPLICATION USING SOLVENTS OR CLEANERS RECOMMENDEDBY MANUFACTURERS.B. PROTECT GLASS FROM BREAKAGE IMMEDIATELY UPON INSTALLATION. USESTREAMERS OR RIBBONS SUITABLY ATTACHED TO FRAMING AND HELD FREE OFTHE GLASS. DO NOT APPLY WARNING MARKINGS DIRECTLY TO THE GLASS.C. PROTECT GLASS AND GLAZING MATERIALS DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD SOTHAT THEY WILL BE WITHOUT ANY INDICATION OF DAMAGE OR DETERIORATION ATTHE TIME OF ACCEPTANCE BY THE OWNER. COVER GLASS TO PROTECT IT FROMACTIVITIES THAT MIGHT ABRADE THE SURFACES.D. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD, REPLACE GLASS WHICH IS BROKEN,CRACKED, CHIPPED OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY AND FROM ANY SOURCE, INCLUDINGWEATHER, VANDALISM OR ACCIDENTS.E. MAINTAIN GLASS IN A REASONABLY CLEAN CONDITION DURING CONSTRUCTION SOTHAT IT WILL NOT BECOME STAINED AND WILL NOT CONTRIBUTE TO THEDETERIORATION OF GLAZING MATERIALS. CONDUCT A SYSTEMATIC INSPECTIONPROGRAM NOT LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH FOR GLASS. CLEAN TO MEET ABOVEREQUIREMENTS.F. WASH GLASS ON BOTH FACES NOT MORE THAN FOUR (4) DAYS PRIOR TOACCEPTANCE BY THE OWNER. COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS ANDRECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GLASS MANUFACTURER AND GLAZING MATERIALSMANUFACTURER FOR CLEANING IN EACH CASE.END OF SECTIONSECTION 09250 - GYPSUM DRYWALLPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:1. GYPSUM DRYWALL PARTITIONS2. GYPSUM DRYWALL CEILINGSB. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE1. PAINTING - SEE SECTION 09900.2. WALLCOVERING - SEE SECTION 09950.3. ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS - SEE SECTION 09510.4. TOILET ACCESSORIES - SEE SECTION 10800.1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEA. FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING: WHERE GYPSUM DRYWALL SYSTEMS WITHFIRE-RESISTANCE RATINGS ARE SHOWN, PROVIDE MATERIALS AND INSTALLATIONSWHICH ARE IDENTICAL WITH THOSE OF APPLICABLE ASSEMBLIES TESTED PER ASTME119 BY FIRE TESTING LABORATORIES ACCEPTABLE TO AUTHORITIES HAVINGJURISDICTION. .B. GYPSUM BOARD TERMINOLOGY STANDARD: GA-505 BY THE GYPSUM ASSOCIATION.C. SINGLE-SOURCE RESPONSIBILITY: OBTAIN GYPSUM BOARD PRODUCTS FROM ASINGLE MANUFACTURER OR FROM SUPPLIERS RECOMMENDED BY THE PRIMEMANUFACTURER OF GYPSUM BOARDS.1.03 SUBMITTALSSUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH GYPSUM DRYWALL COMPONENT, INCLUDING OTHER DATAAS MAY BE REQUIRED TO SHOW COMPLIANCE WITH THESE SPECIFICATIONS.1.04 MOCK-UPCONSTRUCT AN IN-PLACE MOCK-UP OF TWO (2) GYPSUM DRYWALL PANELS WITHREVEALS AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS AND AT LOCATIONS DIRECTED BY THEDESIGNER.1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. DELIVER MATERIALS IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES, CONTAINERS OR BUNDLES BEARINGBRAND NAME AND IDENTIFICATION OF MANUFACTURER OR SUPPLIER.B. STORE MATERIALS IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO KEEP THEM PROTECTED FROMDAMAGE FROM CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC AND OTHER CAUSES. NEATLY STACKGYPSUM BOARDS FLAT TO PREVENT SAGGING. REPLACE MATERIALS WHICH HAVEBEEN DAMAGED OR ARE OTHERWISE UNFIT FOR US.C. HANDLE GYPSUM BOARDS TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO EDGES, ENDS OR SURFACES.PROTECT METAL CORNER BEADS AND TRIM FROM BEING BENT OR DAMAGED.1.06 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSCOMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF REFERENCED GYPSUM BOARD APPLICATIONSTANDARDS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF GYPSUM BOARD MANUFACTURER, FORENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER APPLICATION OFGYPSUM BOARD.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 CEILING SUPPORT MATERIALS AND SYSTEMSA. GENERAL: SIZE CEILING SUPPORT COMPONENTS TO COMPLY WITH ASTM C754 ANDWITH ALL APPLICABLE BUILDING CODE.B. MAIN RUNNERS: STEEL CHANNELS WITH RUST INHIBITIVE PAINT FINISH, HOT ORCOLD-ROLLED. PROVIDE DEEPER CHANNELS WHERE SPANS ARE TOO LONG FOR1-1/2" MEMBERS.C. HANGER RODS AND FLATS: MILD STEEL WITH ZINC OR EQUALLY RUST INHIBITIVECOATING FOR RODS AND ZINC OR RUST-INHIBITIVE PAINT FINISH FOR FLATS.D. HANGER ANCHORAGE DEVICES: SHOT-IN ANCHORS, SCREWS, CLIPS, BOLTS OROTHER DEVICES APPLICABLE TO THE STRUCTURAL ANCHORAGE FOR CEILINGHANGERS AND WHOSE SUITABILITY FOR INTENDED USE HAS BEEN OVEN THROUGHSTANDARD CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OR BY CERTIFIED TEST DATA AND WHICHARE ACCEPTABLE TO THE NYC DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS. SIZE DEVICES FORTHREE (3) TIMES CALCULATED LOAD SUPPORTED EXCEPT SIZE DIRECT PULL-OUTCONCRETE INSERTS FOR "CZ" CALCULATED LOADS.E. FURRING MEMBERS: ASTM XX; 0.0179" MINIMUM THICKNESS OF BASE METAL,HAT-SHAPED.F. FURRING ANCHORAGES: 16 GAUGE GALVANIZED WIRE TIES, MANUFACTURER'SSTANDARD WIRE-TYPE CLIPS, BOLTS, NAILS OR SCREWS AS RECOMMENDED BYFURRING MANUFACTURER AND COMPLYING WITH C754.2.02 WALL/PARTITION SUPPORT MATERIALSA. STUDS: ASTM C645; 0.0179" MINIMUM THICKNESS OF BASE METAL UNLESSOTHERWISE SHOWN.STUDS: 1-5/8 IN., 2-1/2 IN., 3-5/8 IN., 4 IN. AND 6 IN. C SHAPED STUDS, WEIGHING 312LBS., 370 LBS., 448 LBS., 472 LBS. AND 607 LBS. PER 1000 LIN. FT WITH MIN BASESTEEL OF 0.0179 IN., GALVANIZED AND COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 645. FOR HEIGHTSOVER 12'6" SLAB TO SLAB USE 3 5/8" STUD.1. DEPTH OF SECTION: AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS FOR EACH TYPE OF PARTITION/WALLASSEMBLY.2. RUNNERS: MATCH STUDS; TYPE RECOMMENDED BY STUD MANUFACTURER FORFLOOR AND CEILING SUPPORT OF STUDS AND FOR VERTICAL ABUTMENT OFDRYWALL WORK AT OTHER WORK.B. FURRING MEMBERS: ASTM C645; 0.0179" MINIMUM THICKNESS OF BASE METAL,HAT-SHAPED.C. FASTENERS FOR FURRING MEMBERS: TYPE AND SIZE RECOMMENDED BY FURRINGMANUFACTURER FOR THE SUBSTRATE AND APPLICATION SHOWN.2.03 GYPSUM BOARDA.GYPSUM WALLBOARD: ASTM C36, OF TYPES AND EDGE CONFIGURATION SHOWNBELOW; IN MAXIMUM LENGTHS AVAILABLE TO MINIMIZE END-TO-END BUTT JOINTS, 5/8"THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.1. TYPE: REGULAR, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN2.TYPE: TYPE X FOR FIRE-RESISTANT RATED ASSEMBLIES3. TYPE: MOLD RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD4.EDGES: TAPEREDB.GYPSUM BACKING BOARD FOR MULTI-LAYER APPLICATIONS: ASTM C442 OR, WHEREBACKING BOARD IS NOT AVAILABLE FROM MANUFACTURER, GYPSUM WALLBOARD,ASTM C36, OF TYPE AND EDGE CONFIGURATION INDICATED BELOW; IN MAXIMUMLENGTHS AVAILABLE TO MINIMIZE END-TO-END JOINTS; 5/8" THICK UNLESSOTHERWISE SHOWN.1. TYPE: REGULAR, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN2.TYPE: TYPE X FOR FIRE-RESISTANT RATED ASSEMBLIES3. TYPE: MOLD RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD4.EDGES: MANUFACTURER'S STANDARDC.WATER-RESISTANT BACKING BOARD: ASTM C630, WITH TAPERED EDGES AND OFTYPE SHOWN BELOW; IN MAXIMUM LENGTHS AVAILABLE TO MINIMIZE END-TO-ENDBUTT JOINTS; 5/8" THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.1. TYPE: REGULAR, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN2.TYPE: TYPE X FOR FIRE-RESISTANT RATED ASSEMBLIES2.04 TRIM ACCESSORIESPROVIDE MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD TRIM ACCESSORIES OF TYPES SHOWN FORDRYWALL WORK, FORMED OF GALVANIZED STEEL UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN, WITHEITHER KNURLED AND PERFORATED OR EXPANDED FLANGES FOR NAILING ORSTAPLING AND BEADED FOR CONCEALMENT OF FLANGES IN JOINT COMPOUND.PROVIDE CORNER BEADS, L-TYPE EDGE TRIM-BEADS, U-TYPE EDGE TRIM-BEADS,SPECIAL L-KERF-TYPE EDGE TRIM-BEADS AND ONE-PIECE CONTROL JOINT BEADS.ACCESSORIESA. CORNER BEAD: FORMED GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE, MIN. BASE STEEL 0.014 IN.THICK, AND COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 1047.B. CASING BEAD: FORMED GALVANIZED STEEL TRIM, MIN. BASE STEEL 0.014 IN.THICK, AND COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 1047, TYPE AS FOLLOWS:1. LC-BEAD2. L-BEAD.3. U-BEAD.D.CONTROL JOINT: EXTRUDED VINYL FORMED WITH V SHAPED SLOT COVERED WITHREMOVABLE FLEXIBLE VINYL STRIP AND COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 1047.E.CONTROL JOINT: BENT ZINC SHEET FORMED WITH V SHAPED SLOT, COVERED WITHPLASTIC TAPE, WITH PERFORATED FLANGES AND COMPLYING WITH ASTM C 1047.F.FLOOR AND CEILING RUNNERS: L SHAPED RUNNER, WEIGHING 545 LBS. PER 1000 LIN.FT. WITH MIN. BASE STEEL OF 0.0329 IN., GALVANIZED.G.SCREWS: ASTM C 954 OR ASTM C 1002 OR BOTH WITH HEADS, THREADS, POINTS,AND FINISH AS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.H.NAILS: ASTM C 514 WITH HEADS, LENGTHS, CONFIGURATIONS, AND FINISH ASRECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.I. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT: NONDRYING, NONHARDENING, NONSKINNING, NONSTAINING,NONBLEEDING, GUNNABLE TYPE AS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.2.05 JOINT TREATMENT MATERIALSA.TAPE: 2-1/16 IN. WIDE PAPER REINFORCING TAPE (PROFORM BRAND JOINT TAPE).B.TAPE: 2 IN. WIDE PAPER REINFORCING TAPE WITH METAL STRIPS LAMINATED ALONGTHE CENTER CREASE TO FORM INSIDE AND OUTSIDE CORNERS (PROFORM BRANDMULTI-FLEX TAPE BEAD).C.TAPE: 2 IN. WIDE SELF ADHERING FIBERGLASS TAPE (PROFORM BRAND FIBERGLASSMESH TAPE).D.COMPOUND: DRYING TYPE PRE-MIXED VINYL BASE COMPOUND (PROFORM BRANDALL PURPOSE JOINT COMPOUND, REGULAR GRADE AND MACHINE GRADE, PROFORMBRAND XP JOINT COMPOUND, PROFORM BRAND MULTI-USE JOINT COMPOUND,PROFORM BRAND LITE JOINT COMPOUND, AND PROFORM BRAND ULTRA JOINTCOMPOUND.E.COMPOUND: DRYING TYPE JOB MIXED VINYL BASE COMPOUND (PROFORM BRANDTRIPLE-T COMPOUND).F.COMPOUND: DRYING TYPE VINYL BASE TOPPING COMPOUND, PRE-MIXED (PROFORMBRAND TOPPING COMPOUND).G.COMPOUND: DRYING TYPE VINYL BASED TAPING COMPOUND, PRE-MIXED (PROFORMBRAND TAPING JOINT COMPOUND).H.COMPOUND: SETTING TYPE JOB MIXED CHEMICAL-HARDENING COMPOUND(PROFORM BRAND STA-SMOOTH JOINT COMPOUND, PROFORM BRAND STA-SMOOTHLITE JOINT COMPOUND, AND PROFORM BRAND STA-SMOOTH HS JOINT COMPOUND).2.06 MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALSA.GENERAL: PROVIDE AUXILIARY MATERIALS FOR GYPSUM DRYWALL WORK OF THETYPE AND GRADE RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER OF THE GYPSUM BOARD.B.GYPSUM BOARD SCREWS: COMPLY WITH ASTM C646.C.CONCEALED ACOUSTICAL SEALANT: ASTM C834, NON-HARDENING, NON-SKINNING,NONSTAINING, NON-BLEEDING, GUNNABLE SEALANT FOR CONCEALED APPLICATIONSPER ASTM C919.D.EXPOSED ACOUSTICAL SEALANT: NON-OXIDIZING, SKINNABLE, PAINTABLE,GUNNABLE SEALANT FOR EXPOSED APPLICATIONS PER ASTM C919.E.SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKETS: SEMI-RIGID MINERAL FIBER BLANKET WITHOUTMEMBRANE, CLASS 25 FLAME-SPREAD, THICKNESSES AS SHOWN. USE TWO (2)POUND DENSITY INSULATION AT SUPPLEMENTARY AIR CONDITIONING ROOMS.F.WATER-RESISTANT ADHESIVE: TYPE I ORGANIC ADHESIVE FOR CERAMIC TILECOMPLYING WITH ANSI A136.1.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 PREPARATION FOR METAL SUPPORT SYSTEMSCOORDINATE WORK WITH STRUCTURAL CEILING WORK TO ENSURE THAT INSERTSAND OTHER STRUCTURAL ANCHORAGE PROVISIONS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED TORECEIVE CEILING HANGERS.3.02 INSTALLATION OF SUPPORT SYSTEMS, GENERALA.METAL SUPPORT INSTALLATION STANDARD: COMPLY WITH ASTM C754.B.DO NOT BRIDGE BUILDING EXPANSION JOINTS WITH SUPPORT SYSTEM, FRAME BOTHSIDES OF JOINTS WITH FURRING AND OTHER SUPPORT AS SHOWN.3.03 CEILING SUPPORT SUSPENSION SYSTEMSA.SECURE HANGERS TO STRUCTURAL SUPPORT BY CONNECTING DIRECTLY TOSTRUCTURE WHERE POSSIBLE, OTHERWISE CONNECT TO INSERTS, CLIPS OR OTHERANCHORAGE DEVICES OR FASTENERS AS SHOWN.B.SPACE MAIN RUNNERS 4'-0" O.C. AND SPACE HANGERS 4'-0" O.C. ALONG RUNNERS,EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SHOWN.C.LEVEL MAIN RUNNERS TO A TOLERANCE OF 1/4" IN 12'-0", MEASURED BOTHLENGTHWISE ON EACH RUNNER AND TRANSVERSELY BETWEEN PARALLEL RUNNERS.D.WIRE-TIE OR CLIP FURRING MEMBERS TO MAIN RUNNERS AND TO OTHERSTRUCTURAL SUPPORTS AS SHOWN.E.SPACE FURRING MEMBER 16" O.C., EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SHOWN.F.INSTALL AUXILIARY FRAMING AT TERMINATION OF DRYWALL WORK AND ATOPENINGS FOR LIGHT FIXTURES AND SIMILAR WORK, AS REQUIRED FOR SUPPORT OFBOTH THE DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER WORK SHOWN FOR SUPPORTTHEREOF.3.04 WALL/PARTITION SUPPORT SYSTEMSA.INSTALL SUPPLEMENTARY FRAMING, BLOCKING AND BRACING AT TERMINATIONS INTHE WORK AND FOR SUPPORT OF FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT, SERVICES, HEAVY TRIM,GRAB BARS, TOILET ACCESSORIES, FURNISHINGS AND SIMILAR WORK TO COMPLYWITH DETAILS, OR IF NOT OTHERWISE SHOWN, TO COMPLY WITH APPLICABLEPUBLISHED RECOMMENDATIONS OF GYPSUM BOARD MANUFACTURER, OR IF NOTAVAILABLE, OF THE "GYPSUM CONSTRUCTION HANDBOOK" PUBLISHED BY UNITEDSTATES GYPSUM COMPANY.B.ISOLATE STUD SYSTEM FROM TRANSFER OF STRUCTURAL LOADING TO SYSTEM,BOTH HORIZONTALLY AND VERTICALLY. PROVIDE SLIP OR CUSHIONED TYPE-JOINTSTO ATTAIN LATERAL SUPPORT AND AVOID AXIAL LOADING.C.INSTALL RUNNER TRACKS AT FLOORS, CEILINGS AND STRUCTURAL WALLS ANDCOLUMNS WHERE GYPSUM DRYWALL STUD SYSTEM ABUTS OTHER WORK, EXCEPTAS OTHERWISE SHOWN.D.EXTEND PARTITION STUD SYSTEM THROUGH ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS AND ELSEWHEREAS SHOWN TO THE STRUCTURAL SUPPORT AND SUBSTRATE ABOVE THE CEILING.E.TERMINATE PARTITION STUD SYSTEM AT CEILINGS, EXCEPT WHERE SHOWN TO BEEXTENDED TO STRUCTURAL SUPPORT OR SUBSTRATE ABOVE.F.SPACE STUDS 16" O.C., UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.G.FRAME DOOR OPENINGS TO COMPLY WITH DETAILS SHOWN, OR IF NOT OTHERWISESHOWN, TO COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE PUBLISHED RECOMMENDATIONS OF GYPSUMBOARD MANUFACTURER, OR IF NOT AVAILABLE, OF THE "GYPSUM CONSTRUCTIONHANDBOOK" PUBLISHED BY UNITED STATES GYPSUM COMPANY. ATTACH VERTICALSTUDS AT JAMBS WITH SCREWS EITHER DIRECTLY TO FRAMES OR TO JAMB ANCHORCLIPS ON DOOR FRAMES; INSTALL RUNNER TRACK SECTION (FOR JACK STUDS) ATHEAD AND SECURE TO JAMB STUDS.H. FRAME OPENINGS, OTHER THAN DOOR OPENINGS, TO COMPLY WITH DETAILS, OR IFNOT SHOWN, IN SAME MANNER AS REQUIRED FOR DOOR OPENINGS. INSTALLFRAMING BELOW SILLS OF OPENINGS TO MATCH FRAMING REQUIRED ABOVE DOORHEADS.I. SPACE WALL FURRING MEMBERS 16" O.C., UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.3.05 GYPSUM BOARD INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS, GENERALA. GYPSUM BOARD APPLICATION AND FINISHING STANDARDS: ASTM C840 AND GA-216.B. INSTALL SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKETS AS SHOWN, PRIOR TO GYPSUM BOARDUNLESS READILY INSTALLED AFTER BOARD HAS BEEN INSTALLED.C. LOCATE EXPOSED END-BUTT JOINTS AS FAR FROM CENTER OF WALLS ANDCEILINGS AS POSSIBLE AND STAGGER NOT LESS THAN 1'-0" IN ALTERNATECOURSES OF BOARD.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868AS-5ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


D. INSTALL CEILING BOARDS IN THE DIRECTION AND MANNER WHICH WILL MINIMIZETHE NUMBER OF END-BUTT JOINTS AND WHICH WILL AVOID END JOINTS IN THECENTRAL AREA OF EACH CEILING. STAGGER END JOINTS AT LEAST 1'-0".E. INSTALL WALL/PARTITION BOARDS VERTICALLY TO AVOID END-BUTT JOINTSWHEREVER POSSIBLE. AT STAIRWELLS AND SIMILAR HIGH WALLS, INSTALL BOARDSHORIZONTALLY WITH END JOINTS STAGGERED OVER STUDS.F. INSTALL EXPOSED GYPSUM BOARD WITH FACE SIDE OUT. DO NOT INSTALLIMPERFECT, DAMAGED OR DAMP BOARDS. BUTT BOARDS TOGETHER FOR A LIGHTCONTACT AT EDGES AND ENDS WITH NOT MORE THAN 1/16" OPEN SPACE BETWEENBOARDS. DO NOT FORCE INTO PLACE.G. LOCATE EITHER EDGE OR END JOINTS OVER SUPPORTS, EXCEPT IN HORIZONTALAPPLICATIONS OR WHERE INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS OR GYPSUM BOARDBACK-BLOCKING IS PROVIDED BEHIND END JOINTS. POSITION BOARDS SO THATLIKE EDGES ABUT, TAPERED EDGES AGAINST TAPERED EDGES AND MILL-CUT ORFIELD-CUT ENDS AGAINST MILL-CUT OR FIELD-CUT ENDS. DO NOT PLACE TAPEREDEDGES AGAINST CUT EDGES OR ENDS. STAGGER VERTICAL JOINTS OVERDIFFERENT STUDS ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF PARTITIONS.H. ATTACH GYPSUM BOARD TO SUPPLEMENTARY FRAMING AND BLOCKING PROVIDEDFOR ADDITIONAL SUPPORT AT OPENINGS AND CUTOUTS.I. FORM CONTROL JOINTS WITH SPACE BETWEEN EDGES OF BOARDS PREPARED TORECEIVE TRIM ACCESSORIES.J. ISOLATE PERIMETER OF NON-LOAD-BEARING DRYWALL PARTITIONS ATSTRUCTURAL ABUTMENTS WHERE SHOWN. PROVIDE 1/4" TO 1/2" SPACE AND TRIMEDGE WITH EDGE TRIM. SEAL JOINTS WITH ACOUSTICAL SEALANT.K. WHERE SOUND-RATED DRYWALL WORK IS SHOWN, INCLUDING DOUBLE-LAYERWORK, SEAL THE WORK AT PERIMETERS, CONTROL JOINTS, OPENINGS ANDPENETRATIONS WITH A CONTINUOUS BEAD OF ACOUSTICAL SEALANT INCLUDING ABEAD AT BOTH FACES OF PARTITIONS. COMPLY WITH ASTM C919 ANDMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LOCATION OF BEADS, AND CLOSE OFFSOUND-FLANKING PATHS AROUND OR THROUGH THE WORK, INCLUDING SEALINGOF PARTITIONS ABOVE ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS.L. SPACE FASTENERS IN GYPSUM BOARDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH REFERENCEDSTANDARDS AND MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISESHOWN.3.06 SINGLE-LAYER APPLICATIONA. ON CEILINGS, APPLY GYPSUM BOARD PRIOR TO WALL/PARTITION BOARDAPPLICATION TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE.B. ON PARTITIONS/WALLS, APPLY GYPSUM BOARD VERTICALLY (PARALLEL), UNLESSOTHERWISE SHOWN AND PROVIDE SHEET LENGTHS WHICH WILL MINIMIZE ENDJOINTS.C. SINGLE-LAYER FASTENING METHODS: ATTACH GYPSUM BOARDS TO SUPPORTSWITH SCREWS.3.07 DOUBLE-LAYER APPLICATIONA. GENERAL: INSTALL GYPSUM-BACKING BOARD FOR BASE LAYER AND EXPOSEDGYPSUM BOARD FOR FACE LAYER.B. ON CEILINGS APPLY BASE LAYER PRIOR TO BASE LAYER APPLICATION ONWALLS/PARTITIONS; APPLY FACE LAYERS IN SAME SEQUENCE. OFFSET JOINTSBETWEEN LAYERS AT LEAST 10". APPLY BASE LAYERS AT RIGHT ANGLES TOSUPPORTS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.C. ON PARTITIONS/WALLS APPLY BASE LAYER AND FACE LAYERS VERTICALLY(PARALLEL) WITH JOINTS OF BASE LAYER OVER SUPPORTS AND OFFSET FACELAYER JOINTS AT LEAST 10" WITH BASE LAYER JOINTS.D. DOUBLE-LAYER FASTENING METHODS: ATTACH BASE LAYER OF GYPSUM BOARDAND FACE LAYER TO BASE LAYER SEPARATELY TO SUPPORTS WITH SCREWS.3.08 INSTALLATION OF DRYWALL TRIM ACCESSORIESA. GENERAL: WHERE FEASIBLE, USE THE SAME FASTENERS TO ANCHOR TRIMACCESSORY FLANGES AS REQUIRED TO FASTEN GYPSUM BOARD TO THESUPPORTS. OTHERWISE, FASTEN FLANGES BY NAILING OR STAPLING INACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.B. INSTALL METAL CORNER BEADS AT EXTERNAL CORNERS OF DRYWALL WORK.C. INSTALL METAL EDGE TRIM WHENEVER EDGE OF GYPSUM BOARD WOULDOTHERWISE BE EXPOSED OR SEMI-EXPOSED. INSTALL L-TYPE TRIM WHERE WORKIS TIGHTLY ABUTTED TO OTHER WORK AND INSTALL SPECIAL KERF-TYPE WHEREOTHER WORK IS KERFED TO RECEIVE LONG LEG OF L-TYPE TRIM. INSTALL U-TYPETRIM WHERE EDGE IS EXPOSED, REVEALED, GASKETED OR SEALANT-FILLED.D. INSTALL METAL CONTROL JOINT WHERE SHOWN.3.09 FINISHING OF DRYWALLA. GENERAL: APPLY TREATMENT AT GYPSUM BOARD JOINTS (BOTH DIRECTIONS),FLANGES OF TRIM ACCESSORIES, PENETRATIONS, FASTENER HEADS, SURFACEDEFECTS AND ELSEWHERE AS REQUIRED TO PREPARE WORK FOR DECORATION.PRE-FILL OPEN JOINTS AND ROUNDED OR BEVELED EDGES, IF ANY, USING TYPE OFCOMPOUND RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER.1. APPLY JOINT TAPE AT JOINTS BETWEEN GYPSUM BOARDS, EXCEPT WHERE TRIMACCESSORIES ARE SHOWN.2. APPLY JOINT COMPOUND IN A MINIMUM THREE (3) COATS (NOT INCLUDING PRE-FILLOF OPENINGS IN BASE) AND SAND BETWEEN LAST TWO COATS AND AFTER LASTCOAT.B. GYPSUM BOARD CEILINGS: ALL GYPSUM BOARD CEILINGS TO RECEIVE SKIM COATOF IMPERIAL PLASTER TO ENSURE SMOOTH SURFACE.C. NON-TILED AREAS: TREAT FASTENER HEADS AND EMBED TAPE AS SHOWN ABOVEUSING WATER-RESISTANT JOINT COMPOUND BUT FINISH WITH TWO (2) COATS OFJOINT COMPOUND USED FOR REGULAR GYPSUM BOARD WORK.D. PARTIAL FINISHING: OMIT THIRD COAT AND SANDING ON CONCEALED DRYWALLWORK WHICH IS SHOWN FOR DRYWALL FINISHING OR WHICH REQUIRES FINISHINGTO ACHIEVE FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING, SOUND RATING OR TO ACT AS AIR ORSMOKE BARRIER.E. REFER TO SECTIONS ON PAINTING, COATINGS AND WALLCOVERINGS IN DIVISION 9FOR DECORATIVE FINISHES TO BE APPLIED TO DRYWALL WORK.3.10 PROTECTION OF WORKPROVIDE FINAL PROTECTION AND MAINTAIN CONDITIONS, IN A MANNER SUITABLETO INSTALLER, WHICH ENSURES GYPSUM DRYWALL WORK BEING WITHOUT DAMAGEOR DETERIORATION AT TIME OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION.END OF SECTIONSECTION 09510 - ACOUSTICAL CEILINGSPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:1. ACOUSTICAL PANELS2. ACOUSTIC TILES3. EXPOSED SUSPENSION SYSTEMS4. CONCEALED SUSPENSION SYSTEMS5. DIRECT ADHESION TO SUBSTRATES1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEA. THE ACOUSTICAL CEILING WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED BY A FIRM HAVING FIVE (5)YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE INSTALLATION OF MATERIALS SPECIFIED HEREIN ONPROJECTS COMPARABLE TO THIS PROJECT. THE FIRM SHALL HAVE THEAPPROVAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL MATERIALS MANUFACTURER.B. COORDINATION OF WORK: COORDINATE LAYOUT AND INSTALLATION OF ACOUSTICCEILING UNITS AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS COMPONENTS WITH OTHER WORKSUPPORTED BY OR PENETRATING THROUGH CEILINGS, INCLUDING LIGHTFIXTURES, HVAC EQUIPMENT AND FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM COMPONENTS.1.03 SUBMITTALSA. SAMPLES: SUBMIT SAMPLES OF EACH ACOUSTICAL MATERIAL SPECIFIED. EACHSET OF SAMPLES SHALL SHOW THE FULL RANGE OF TEXTURE AND COLOR TO BEEXPECTED IN THE COMPLETED WORK. SAMPLE SUBMITTAL AND DESIGNER'SACCEPTANCE WILL BE FOR COLOR AND TEXTURE ONLY. COMPLIANCE WITH ALLOTHER REQUIREMENTS IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR.1. ACOUSTICAL TILE: FULL SIZE, EACH TYPE2. EXPOSED TEES AND MOLDINGS: 1' LENGTHSB. SHOP DRAWINGS: SUBMIT DETAILS AND REFLECTED CEILING PLANS OFACOUSTICAL CEILINGS BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. SHOW LOCATION OFTABS AND ITEMS OF WORK WHICH ARE TO BE COORDINATED WITH ACOUSTICALCEILINGS OR ARE TO BE SUPPORTED BY THE ACOUSTICAL CEILING.C. MANUFACTURER'S DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS ANDINSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH ACOUSTICAL MATERIAL, SUSPENSIONSYSTEM AND OTHER PRODUCTS REQUIRED, INCLUDING CERTIFIED LABORATORYTEST REPORTS AND OTHER DATA AS MAY BE REQUIRED TO SHOW COMPLIANCEWITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.1.04 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. DELIVER MATERIALS TO THE PROJECT SITE IN MANUFACTURER'S UNOPENEDCONTAINERS, CLEARLY INDICATING MANUFACTURER'S NAME, BRAND, TYPE,STYLE, SIZE, COLOR, TEXTURE AND OTHER IDENTIFYING INFORMATION.B. STORE MATERIALS IN A DRY LOCATION, OFF THE GROUND AND IN A MANNER TOPREVENT DAMAGE, DETERIORATION AND INTRUSION OF FOREIGN MATTER.REPLACE MATERIALS WHICH HAVE BEEN DAMAGED OR ARE OTHERWISE UNFITFOR USE.1.05 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSDO NOT INSTALL ACOUSTICAL MATERIALS UNLESS TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITYCONDITIONS CLOSELY APPROXIMATE THE INTERIOR CONDITIONS WHICH WILLEXIST WHEN THE BUILDING IS OCCUPIED. MAINTAIN TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITYCONDITIONS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER INSTALLATION.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 SYSTEM TYPESPROVIDE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF ACOUSTICAL CEILING SYSTEMS COMPOSEDOF THE COMPONENTS INDICATED.TYPE 1: ACOUSTICAL BOARD INSTALLED IN AN EXPOSED GRID SUSPENSIONSYSTEM.2.02 MATERIALSA. ACOUSTICAL TILE: SEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.B. ACOUSTIC BOARD: SEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.C. PRIMARY SUSPENSION MEMBERS FOR CEILINGS1. HANGER ANCHORAGE DEVICES: CLIPS, BOLTS, CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETEINSERTS OR OTHER DEVICES APPLICABLE TO THE INDICATED METHOD OFSTRUCTURAL ANCHORAGE FOR CEILING HANGERS AND WHOSE SUITABILITY FORUSE INTENDED HAS BEEN PROVED THROUGH STANDARD CONSTRUCTIONPRACTICES OR BY CERTIFIED TEST DATA. SIZE DEVICES FOR THREE (3) TIMESCALCULATED LOAD SUPPORTED EXCEPT SIZE DIRECT PULL-OUT CONCRETEINSERTS FOR FIVE (5) TIMES CALCULATED LOADS.2. HANGERS: GALVANIZED, 3/16" X 1' STEEL STRAPS OR 1/4" DIAMETER THREADEDRODS.3. CARRYING CHANNELS: COLD ROLLED STEEL CHANNELS, 1-1/2", 475 LBS. PER 1,000LINEAR FEET.4. PROVIDE ADDITIONAL FRAMING AND SUSPENSION MEMBERS AS REQUIRED TOSPAN EQUIPMENT, DUCTWORK OR OTHER ITEMS THAT INTERFERE WITH THESTANDARD SUSPENSION SYSTEM.D. METAL WALL MOLDINGS: ROLLED FORMED STEEL OF TYPES INDICATED ON THEDRAWINGS WITH MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD BAKED-ON ENAMEL COATING TOMATCH COLOR OF ACOUSTICAL MATERIAL.E. EXPOSED MECHANICAL SUSPENSION SYSTEM FOR ACOUSTICAL BOARD:MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD DESIGN COMPLETE WITH HANGERS, MAIN TEES,CROSS TEES, SPLICES, ANGLE MOLDING, HOLD-DOWN CLIPS AND ACCESSORIESAS REQUIRED. INCLUDE COMPONENTS AS FOLLOWS:1. PRIMARY SUSPENSION MEMBERS2. MAIN TEES: 1-1/2" HIGH BY 1" WIDE FORMED OF 0.025" GALVANIZED COLD ROLLEDSTEEL SECTION AND BOTTOM FLANGE, FACED WITH A ROLLED FORMEDGALVANIZED STEEL CAP; CAPABLE OF SUPPORTING LIGHTING FIXTURES ANDACOUSTICAL CEILING BOARD WITH MAXIMUM DEFLECTION NOT TO EXCEED 1/360OF SPAN BETWEEN HANGERS OR OTHER SUPPORTS.3. CROSS TEES: 1-1/4" HIGH BY 1" WIDE FORMED OF 0.025" GALVANIZED COLD ROLLEDSTEEL, DOUBLE WEB BULB TEE SECTION AND BOTTOM FLANGE, FACED WITH AROLLED FORMED GALVANIZED STEEL CAP. WEB ENDS OF CROSS TEES SHALL BEDIE FORMED FOR THE TABLOCK ATTACHMENT TO ADJOINING TEE THROUGH THEMAIN TEE TO PROVIDE ALIGNMENT WITH A MINIMUM OF TORSIONAL MOVEMENTAND LATERAL DISPLACEMENT.4. METAL WALL MOLDINGS5. ACCESSORIES: GALVANIZED STEEL, SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR USE WITH THEMAIN COMPONENTS.6. EXPOSED FINISH: CHEMICALLY CLEAN, ELECTRO-GALVANIZE ANDBONDERIZE ALL ROLLED FORMED PARTS. FINISH WITH A BAKED-ON ENAMELCOATING TO MATCH COLOR OF ACOUSTICAL BOARDS.F. CONCEALED GRID TILE SYSTEM: CONCEALED MECHANICAL SUSPENSION SYSTEMCONSISTING OF ELECTRO-GALVANIZED MAIN RUNNERS, CROSS TEES, SPLICES,WALL MOLDINGS, ETC. WITH ALL COMPONENTS SIZED AND SPACED TO SUPPORTTHE ACOUSTICAL CEILING UNITS, LIGHTING FIXTURES AND OTHER ITEMSOCCURRING IN OR ON THE CEILING WITH A MAXIMUM DEFLECTION NOT TOEXCEED 1/360 OF THE SPAN. COMPONENTS AS FOLLOWS:1. PRIMARY SUSPENSION MEMBERS2. METAL WALL MOLDINGS3. MAIN RUNNERS AND CROSS TEES: MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD CONCEALEDGRID SYSTEM THAT MEET PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 CONDITION OF SURFACESEXAMINE THE SUBSTRATES, ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION AND THE CONDITIONSUNDER WHICH THE WORK IS TO BE INSTALLED. DO NOT PROCEED WITH THEWORK UNTIL UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN CORRECTED.3.02 INSTALLATION, GENERALA. VERIFY ALL MEASUREMENTS AND DIMENSIONS AT THE PROJECT SITE ANDCOORDINATE THE WORK WITH THE WORK OF OTHER TRADES, WITH PARTICULARATTENTION GIVEN TO THE WORK OF MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL TRADES.B. INSTALL ALL MATERIALS AND SYSTEMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEMANUFACTURER'S PRINTED INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN ORDIRECTED.C. MAKE ALL EXPOSED SURFACES OF ACOUSTICAL UNITS LEVEL AND FLUSH WITH ALLJOINTS STRAIGHT AND TRUE. NEATLY CUT AND FIT UNITS AROUND LIGHTFIXTURES AND AROUND OTHER ITEMS PROTRUDING THROUGH ACOUSTICALCEILINGS. INSTALL ALL EXPOSED MEMBERS WITH FLUSH HAIRLINE JOINTS.D. CENTER TILE OR BOARD PATTERN BOTH DIRECTIONS IN EACH MAJOR SPACE ORROOM AS SHOWN OR DIRECTED AND, WHERE POSSIBLE, ADJUST PATTERN SOTHAT EDGE PIECES WILL BE NOT LESS THAN 1/2 UNIT IN WIDTH.E. RUN GRAIN OF UNITS IN ONE DIRECTION AS SHOWN OR DIRECTED AND ALIGNJOINTS IN BOTH DIRECTIONS, UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN.F. USE PROCEDURES THAT WILL MINIMIZE DAMAGE OR SOILING OF THE UNITSDURING INSTALLATION. REPLACE UNITS WHICH ARE DAMAGED OR CANNOT BEADEQUATELY CLEANED AS DIRECTED.G. PROVIDE TABS AT ACCESS TILES AT DESIGNATED LOCATIONS.3.03 INSTALLATION OF MECHANICAL SUSPENSION SYSTEM, GENERALA. INSTALL PRIMARY SUSPENSION MEMBERS AND MECHANICAL SUSPENSION SYSTEMIN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS TO SUPPORT REQUIREDLOADS AND TO PREVENT DEFLECTION IN EXCESS OF 1/360 OF THE SPAN. WATERLEVEL ACCURATELY IN BOTH DIRECTIONS.B. COORDINATE SPACING OF HANGERS, CARRYING CHANNELS, RUNNERS ANDMOLDING WITH THE LOCATION OF ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND OTHER ITEMSOCCURRING IN OR ON THE CEILING.3.04 INSTALLATION OF ACOUSTICAL BOARD, EXPOSED SYSTEMINSTALL BOARD WITH EDGES RESTING ON FLANGES OF TEES. CUT AND FIT BOARDNEATLY AGAINST ABUTTING SURFACES. SUPPORT EDGES BY WALL MOLDINGS.3.05 INSTALLATION OF CONCEALED GRID TILE SYSTEMA. ATTACH MAIN RUNNERS TO CARRYING CHANNELS BY MEANS OF CHANNELCLAMPS. INSERT CROSS TEES INTO MAIN RUNNERS.B. INSTALL TILE IN CROSS TEES IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'SINSTRUCTIONS.3.06 CLEANING AND PROTECTIONA. CLEAN AND REPAIR SURFACES THAT HAVE BEEN STAINED, MARRED OROTHERWISE DAMAGED.B. PROTECT ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD SO THATTHEY WILL BE WITHOUT ANY INDICATION OF DETERIORATION OR DAMAGE AT THETIME OF ACCEPTANCE BY THE OWNER.END OF SECTIONSECTION 09650 - RESILIENT FLOORINGPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:1. RESILIENT TILE2. VINYL WALL BASE1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEPROVIDE EACH TYPE OF RESILIENT FLOORING AND ACCESSORIES AS PRODUCEDBY A SINGLE MANUFACTURER, INCLUDING RECOMMENDED PRIMERS, ADHESIVES,SEALANTS AND LEVELING COMPOUNDS. WHEREVER POSSIBLE, PROVIDEREQUIRED RESILIENT FLOORING AND ACCESSORIES PRODUCED BY A SINGLEMANUFACTURER.1.03 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S TECHNICAL DATA AND INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH TYPE OF RESILIENT FLOORING, MEMBRANE ANDACCESSORY.B. SAMPLES: SUBMIT, FOR VERIFICATION PURPOSES, SAMPLES OF EACH TYPE,COLOR, AND PATTERN OF RESILIENT FLOORING, INCLUDING ACCESSORIES,REQUIRED, INDICATING FULL RANGE OF COLOR AND PATTERN VARIATION.PROVIDE FULL-SIZE TILE UNITS AND 6" LONG SECTIONS OF RESILIENT FLOORINGACCESSORIES.C. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDEDMAINTENANCE PRACTICES FOR EACH TYPE OF RESILIENT FLOORING ANDACCESSORY REQUIRED.1.04 DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGEA. AS PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED PRACTICES.1.05 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSA. MAINTAIN MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 65OF IN SPACES TO RECEIVE RESILIENTFLOORING FOR AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION, DURING INSTALLATION,AND FOR NOT LESS THAN 48 HOURS AFTER INSTALLATION. STORE RESILIENTFLOORING MATERIALS IN SPACES WHERE THEY WILL BE INSTALLED FOR AT LEAST 48HOURS BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION. SUBSEQUENTLY, MAINTAIN MINIMUMTEMPERATURE OF 55OF IN AREAS WHERE WORK IS COMPLETED.B. INSTALL RESILIENT FLOORING AND ACCESSORIES AFTER OTHER FINISHINGOPERATIONS, INCLUDING PAINTING, HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01MATERIALSA. TILE: PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING WHERE SHOWN AND SCHEDULED:SEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.B. BASES: PROVIDE STRAIGHT BASE IN AREAS DESIGNATED TO RECEIVE CARPET ANDCOVE BASE IN AREAS DESIGNATED TO RECEIVE VINYL COMPOSITION TILE. PROVIDEWHERE SHOWN AND SCHEDULED ON CONTRACT DRAWINGS.NOTE: ALL BASE TO BE PURCHASED IN ROLLS AND TO BE 1/8" THICK UNLESSOTHERWISE NOTED.C. REDUCER STRIPS: CTA-XX AS MANUFACTURED BY JOHNSONITE. COLOR ASSELECTED BY THE DESIGNER AND THICKNESS AS REQUIRED FOR CARPET.D. ADHESIVES (CEMENTS): WATERPROOF, STABILIZED TYPE AS RECOMMENDED BYFLOORING MANUFACTURER TO SUIT MATERIALS AND SUBSTRATE CONDITIONS.E. CONCRETE SLAB PRIMER: NON-STAINING TYPE AS RECOMMENDED BY FLOORINGMANUFACTURER.F. LEVELING COMPOUND: LATEX-TYPE AS RECOMMENDED BY FLOORINGMANUFACTURER AND COMPATIBLE WITH THE MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING.G. WATERPROOFING COMPOUND: ELASTIMENT 300 AS MANUFACTURED BY BOIARDIPRODUCTS CORPORATION, OR APPROVED EQUAL.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01PREPARATIONA. BROOM CLEAN OR VACUUM SURFACES TO BE COVERED AND INSPECT SUBFLOOR.THE START OF FLOORING INSTALLATION INDICATES ACCEPTANCE OF SUBFLOORCONDITIONS AND FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLETED WORK.B. USE LEVELING COMPOUND AS RECOMMENDED BY FLOORING MANUFACTURER FORFILLING CRACKS, HOLES AND DEPRESSIONS IN SUBFLOORS.C. APPLY CONCRETE SLAB PRIMER, IF RECOMMENDED BY FLOORING MANUFACTURER,PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF ADHESIVE. APPLY IN COMPLIANCE WITHMANUFACTURER'S DIRECTIONS.D. WHERE INDICATED, INSTALL WATERPROOF MEMBRANE IN ACCORDANCE WITHAPPROVED MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.3.02INSTALLATIONA. GENERAL1. INSTALL FLOORING USING METHOD INDICATED IN STRICT COMPLIANCE WITHMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. EXTEND FLOORING INTO TWO SPACES,DOOR REVEALS AND SIMILAR OPENINGS.2. TIGHTLY CEMENT FLOORING TO SUBSTRATE WITHOUT OPEN CRACKS, VOIDS,RAISING AND PUCKERING AT JOINTS, TELEGRAPHING OF ADHESIVE SPREADERMARKS OR OTHER SURFACE IMPERFECTIONS. HAND ROLL FLOORING AT PERIMETEROF EACH COVERED AREA TO ENSURE ADHESION.B. TILE FLOORS1. LAY TILE IN PATTERNS AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS, OR IF NOT SHOWN, FROMCENTER MARKS ESTABLISHED WITH PRINCIPAL WALLS, DISCOUNTING MINOROFFSETS, SO THAT TILE AT OPPOSITE EDGES OF ROOM AREA OF EQUAL WIDTH.ADJUST AS NECESSARY TO AVOID USE OF CUT WIDTHS LESS THAN ONE HALF OF ATILE AT ROOM PERIMETERS. LAY TILE SQUARE TO THE ROOM AXIS, UNLESSOTHERWISE SHOWN.2. MATCH TILES FOR COLOR AND PATTERN BY USING TILE FROM CARTONS IN SAMESEQUENCE AS MANUFACTURED AND PACKAGED, IF SO NUMBERED. CUT TILENEATLY AROUND ALL FIXTURES. BROKEN, CRACKED, CHIPPED OR DEFORMED TILESARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. LAY TILE WITH GRAIN RUNNING IN ONE DIRECTION, UNLESSOTHERWISE INDICATED.3. ADHERE THE TILE FLOORING TO SUBSTRATES USING FULL SPREAD OF ADHESIVEAPPLIED IN COMPLIANCE WITH FLOORING MANUFACTURER'S DIRECTIONS.C. ACCESSORIESAPPLY BASE TO WALLS AND OTHER PERMANENT FIXTURES IN ROOMS OR AREASWHERE BASE IS REQUIRED. INSTALL BASE IN LENGTHS AS LONG AS PRACTICABLE,WITH CONTINUOUS RUNS FORMING OUTSIDE CORNERS AND MITERED OR COPEDINSIDE CORNERS. TIGHTLY BOND BASE TO SUBSTRATE THROUGHOUT LENGTH OFEACH PIECE, WITH CONTINUOUS CONTACT AT HORIZONTAL AND VERTICALSURFACES. NOTIFY GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND ARCHITECT OF ANY DEVIATIONS INWALL SURFACES THAT WILL IMPACT FINISHED INSTALLATION PRIOR TOCOMMENCEMENT OF WORK.3.03CLEANING AND PROTECTIONA. REMOVE ANY EXCESS ADHESIVE OR OTHER SURFACE BLEMISHES, USING NEUTRALTYPE CLEANERS AS RECOMMENDED BY FLOORING MANUFACTURER. PROTECTINSTALLED FLOORING WITH HEAVY KRAFT PAPER OR OTHER COVERING.B. FINISHING: AFTER COMPLETION OF PROJECT AND JUST PRIOR TO FINAL INSPECTIONOF WORK, THOROUGHLY CLEAN FLOORS AND ACCESSORIES.C. APPLY POLISH AND BUFF WITH TYPE OF POLISH, NUMBER OF COATS, AND BUFFINGPROCEDURES IN COMPLIANCE WITH FLOORING MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.END OF SECTIONSECTION 09680 - CARPETPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THIS WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO,THE FOLLOWING:1. CARPET2. CUSHION3. ACCESSORIES1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEA. CARPET SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS: PROVIDE CARPET IDENTICAL TOTHAT TESTED FOR THE FOLLOWING FIRE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS, PERTEST METHOD INDICATED BELOW, BY UL OR OTHER TESTING AND INSPECTINGORGANIZATIONS ACCEPTABLE TO AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. IDENTIFYCARPET WITH APPROPRIATE MARKINGS OF APPLICABLE TESTING AND INSPECTINGORGANIZATION.1. TEST METHOD: DOC FF 1-702. RATING: PASSB. CUSHION SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS: PROVIDE CARPET CUSHIONIDENTICAL TO THAT TESTED FOR THE FOLLOWING FIRE PERFORMANCECHARACTERISTICS, PER TEST METHOD INDICATED BELOW, BY UL OR OTHERTESTING AND INSPECTING ORGANIZATIONS ACCEPTABLE TO AUTHORITIES HAVINGJURISDICTION. IDENTIFY CARPET CUSHION WITH APPROPRIATE MARKINGS OFAPPLICABLE TESTING AND INSPECTING ORGANIZATION.1. TEST METHOD: DOC FF 1-702. RATING: PASS3. TEST METHOD: ASTM E 844. FLAME SPREAD: 25 OR LESS5. SMOKE DEVELOPED: 450 OR LESS1.03 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: FOR EACH TYPE OF CARPET MATERIAL AND INSTALLATIONACCESSORY REQUIRED, SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S TECHNICAL DATA ONPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS, DURABILITY, RESISTANCE TO FADING AND FLAMERESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS.B. SHOP DRAWINGS: SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS SHOWING LAYOUT AND SEAMINGDIAGRAMS. INDICATE PILE OR PATTERN DIRECTION AND LOCATIONS AND TYPESOF EDGE STRIPS. INDICATE COLUMNS, DOORWAYS, ENCLOSING WALLS ORPARTITIONS, BUILT-IN CABINETS AND LOCATIONS WHERE CUTOUTS ARE REQUIREDIN THE CARPET. SHOW INSTALLATION DETAILS AT SPECIAL CONDITIONS.C. SAMPLES: SUBMIT, FOR VERIFICATION PURPOSES IN MANUFACTURER'S STANDARDSIZE, SAMPLES SHOWING FULL RANGE OF COLOR, TEXTURE AND PATTERNVARIATIONS EXPECTED. PREPARE SAMPLES FROM SAME MATERIAL TO BE USEDFOR THE WORK. SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:1. 12" SQUARE SAMPLES OF EACH TYPE OF CARPET MATERIAL REQUIRED.2. 12" LONG SAMPLES OF EACH TYPE OF EXPOSED EDGE STRIPPING ANDACCESSORY ITEM.3. 6" SQUARE SAMPLES OF EACH TYPE OF CARPET CUSHION.1.04 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGDELIVER MATERIALS TO PROJECT SITE IN ORIGINAL FACTORY WRAPPINGS ANDCONTAINERS, LABELED WITH IDENTIFICATION OF THE MANUFACTURER, BRANDNAME AND LOT NUMBER. STORE MATERIALS IN ORIGINAL UNDAMAGED PACKAGESAND CONTAINERS, INSIDE WELL-VENTILATED AREA PROTECTED FROM WEATHER,MOISTURE, SOILAGE, EXTREME TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY.1.05 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSLAY FLAT, BLOCKED, OFF GROUND. MAINTAIN MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 65OF ATLEAST THREE DAYS PRIOR TO AND DURING INSTALLATION IN AREA WHEREMATERIALS ARE STORED.1.06 EXTRA MATERIALSDELIVER EXTRA MATERIALS TO OWNER. FURNISH EXTRA MATERIALS MATCHINGPRODUCTS INSTALLED AS DESCRIBED BELOW, PACKAGED WITH PROTECTIVECOVERING FOR STORAGE AND IDENTIFIED WITH LABELS DESCRIBING CONTENTS.BEFORE INSTALLATION BEGINS, FURNISH QUANTITY OF FULL WIDTH FOR EACH TYPEOF MATERIAL EQUAL TO 5% OF AMOUNT INSTALLED.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MANUFACTURERSSUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS, MANUFACTURERS OFFERINGPRODUCTS THAT MAY BE INCORPORATED IN THE WORK INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOTLIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:A. CARPET SCHEDULE:SEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.B. CARPET CUSHION:1. CHRIS CRAFT INDUSTRIES, INC.2. DIXIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY3. E. R. CARPENTER COMPANY, INC.4. GENERAL FELT INDUSTRIES, INC.5. LUDLOW CARPET CUSHION6. OLIN CORPORATION, OMALON CARPET FOUNDATION7. SPONGE CUSHION, INC.8. UNIROYAL, INC.2.02 CARPET CUSHIONTREATED FOR MILDEW RESISTANCE AND, IF APPLICABLE, WITH PERMANENTMOTHPROOFING; STERILIZED; BONDED TO FINISHED TOP SURFACE APPROPRIATEFOR TYPE OF CUSHION AND COMPLYING WITH THE ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS ANDSTANDARDS BELOW:A. TYPE: "AUTHORITY," CHOICE #722, 24 OZ., 8.0 DENSITYB. TRAFFIC DESIGNATION: II - HEAVYC. CUSHION ADHESIVES: PROVIDE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDEDMILDEW-RESISTANT ADHESIVE, PRODUCED EXPRESSLY FOR USE WITH TYPE OFCARPET CUSHION AND SUBSTRATE INDICATED.D. THICKNESS: 3/8" + 1/32"2.03 ACCESSORIESA. TACKLESS CARPET STRIPPING: WATER-RESISTANT PLYWOOD IN STRIPS, 3/8" OR9/32" THICK, AS REQUIRED TO MATCH CUSHION THICKNESS; TWO (2) OR THREE (3)ROWS, AS INDICATED IN PARAGRAPH 3.02 BELOW, OF ANGULAR PINS PROTRUDINGFROM TOP, DESIGNED TO GRIP AND HOLD STRETCHED CARPET AT BACKING.B. CARPET EDGE GUARD: ALUMINUM WITH FOLD-DOWN EDGE AND CONCEALEDGRIPPER TEETH; MINIMUM 1-1/2" WIDE PUNCHED ANCHORAGE FLANGE; MINIMUM 5/8"WIDE FOLD FLANGE. ANODIZED ALUMINUM FINISH, SMOOTH FINISH,MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD COLORS.C. CARPET EDGE GUARD: EXTRUDED OR MOLDED HEAVY DUTY VINYL OR RUBBER OFSIZE AND PROFILE INDICATED; MINIMUM 2" WIDE ANCHORAGE FLANGE;MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD COLORS.D. SEAMING CEMENT: HOT-MELT ADHESIVE TAPE OR SIMILAR PRODUCTRECOMMENDED BY CARPET MANUFACTURER FOR TAPING SEAMS AND BUTTING CUTEDGES AT BACKING TO FORM SECURE SEAMS AND TO PREVENT PILE LOSS ATSEAMS.E. CARPET ADHESIVE: WATER RESISTANT AND NON-STAINING AS RECOMMENDED BYCARPET MANUFACTURER TO COMPLY WITH FLAMMABILITY REQUIREMENTS FORINSTALLED CARPET.F. CUSHION ADHESIVE: MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED MILDEW-RESISTANTADHESIVE, PRODUCED EXPRESSLY FOR USE WITH SELECTED CARPET CUSHION ONSUBSTRATE.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 PREPARATIONPATCH HOLES AND LEVEL TO A SMOOTH SURFACE. IF PREVIOUS FINISH CHEMICALLYSTRIPPED, RESEAL CONCRETE. SEAL POWDERY OR POROUS SURFACES WITHSEALER RECOMMENDED BY CARPET MANUFACTURER.3.02 INSTALLATIONA. COMPLY WITH MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SEAM LOCATIONS ANDDIRECTION OF CARPET; MAINTAIN UNIFORMITY OF CARPET DIRECTION AND LAY OFPILE. AT DOORWAYS, CENTER SEAMS UNDER DOOR IN CLOSED POSITION; DO NOTPLACE SEAMS PERPENDICULAR TO DOOR FRAME, IN DIRECTION OF TRAFFICTHROUGH DOORWAY. DO NOT BRIDGE BUILDING EXPANSION JOINTS WITHCONTINUOUS CARPET.B. EXTEND CARPET UNDER REMOVABLE FLANGES AND FURNISHINGS AND INTOALCOVES AND CLOSETS OF EACH SPACE.C. PROVIDE CUTOUTS WHERE REQUIRED AND BIND CUT EDGES WHERE NOTCONCEALED BY PROTECTIVE EDGE GUARDS OR OVERLAPPING FLANGES.D. INSTALL CARPET EDGE GUARD WHERE EDGE OF CARPET IS EXPOSED; ANCHORGUARDS TO SUBSTRATE.951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868AS-6ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


E. INSTALL TACKLESS CARPET STRIPPING BY NAILING. LOCATE TO ENSURECONCEALMENT OF CARPET EDGE BETWEEN STRIPPING AND BASE OF WALL. LAYSTRIP AT ENTIRE PERIMETER OF CARPETED SPACE, OBSTRUCTIONS AND CUTOUTS.PROVIDE NARROW STRIPPING WITH TWO (2) ROWS OF PINS WHERE STRETCHEDWIDTH OF CARPET IS 20' OR LESS; STRIPPING WITH THREE (3) ROWS OF PINS WHERECARPET WIDTH EXCEEDS 20'.F. INSTALL CUSHION SEAMS AT 90O ANGLE WITH CARPET SEAMS. PLACE CUSHIONFACE UP AS RECOMMENDED BY CUSHION MANUFACTURER. APPLY MINIMUM 2"FABRIC-TYPE ADHESIVE TAPE ON CUSHION SEAMS. IN RAMPED FLOOR AREAS,INCREASE ANCHORAGE OR ADHESIVE. BOND CARPET CUSHION TO SUBSTRATE.G. INSTALL WITH PATTERN PARALLEL TO WALLS AND BORDERS.H. INSTALL CARPET BY TRIMMING EDGES, BUTTING CUTS WITH SEAMING CEMENT ANDTAPING AND/OR SEWING SEAMS TO PROVIDE SUFFICIENT STRENGTH FORSTRETCHING AND CONTINUED STRESSES DURING LIFE OF CARPET.I. STRETCH CARPET TO PROVIDE SMOOTH, RIPPLE-FREE, TAUT, TRIM EDGES; SECURETO STRIPPING AND CONCEAL BEHIND EDGE OF STRIPPING. USE POWER STRETCHERWHERE CARPET LENGTH IS GREATER THAN 20'.J. FIT SECTIONS OF CARPET PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF ADHESIVE. TRIM EDGES ANDBUTT CUTS WITH SEAMING CEMENT.K. APPLY ADHESIVE UNIFORMLY TO SUBSTRATE IN ACCORDANCE WITHMANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. BUTT EDGES TIGHTLY TO FORM SEAMS WITHOUTGAPS. ROLL ENTIRE AREA LIGHTLY TO ELIMINATE AIR POCKETS AND TO ENSUREUNIFORM BOND.3.03 CLEANINGA. REMOVE ADHESIVE FROM CARPET SURFACE WITH MANUFACTURER'SRECOMMENDED CLEANING AGENT.2. ON ACTUAL WOOD SURFACES, PROVIDE 4" X 8" SAMPLES OF EACH WOOD FINISHAND COLOR REQUIRED. LABEL AND IDENTIFY EACH AS TO LOCATION ANDAPPLICATION.C. DETAILED PAINTING SCHEDULE: SUBMIT A DETAILED PAINTING SCHEDULE FORREVIEW BY THE DESIGNER. PREPARE THIS SCHEDULE ON THE BASIS OF THESURFACES, TYPES OF PAINT MATERIALS AND NUMBER OF COATS REQUIRED. LISTTHE BRAND NAME OF THE PRODUCT OF THE MANUFACTURER PROPOSED FOR EACHUSE.D. SUBMIT LIST OF PREVIOUS PROJECTS OF INSTALLER FOR REVIEW BY DESIGNER TOSHOW COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 1.02-A.1.04MOCK-UPON ACTUAL WALL SURFACES AND OTHER INTERIOR BUILDING COMPONENTS,DUPLICATE PAINTED FINISHES OF PREPARED SAMPLES. ON AT LEAST 500 FT2 OFSURFACE AS DIRECTED, PROVIDE FULL-COAT FINISH SAMPLES UNTIL REQUIREDSHEEN, COLOR AND TEXTURE ARE OBTAINED; SIMULATE FINISHED LIGHTINGCONDITIONS FOR REVIEW OF IN-PLACE WORK.1.05DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLINGA. DELIVER PAINT MATERIALS TO THE JOB SITE IN ORIGINAL CONTAINERS ANDPACKAGES, BEARING THE MANUFACTURER'S LABELS, INDICATING NAME, TYPE ANDBRAND. UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE DESIGNER, DELIVER PAINTSREADY-MIXED. ORDER IN ADVANCE IN LARGE ENOUGH QUANTITIES AND IN AMPLETIME TO FACILITATE THE WORK.B. STORE MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT IN A DESIGNATED STORAGE SPACE ON THESITE. KEEP STORAGE SPACE NEAT, CLEAN AND ACCESSIBLE AT ALL TIMES.PROTECT FLOORS FROM PAINT SPILLAGE.1.06ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSC. GYPSUM BOARD WALLS: EGGSHELL FINISH1ST COAT INTERIOR LATEX-BASE PRIMER COATMOORE'S LATEX QUICK-DRY PRIME SEAL2ND AND 3RD COATS INTERIOR EGGSHELL LATEX-BASE PAINTMOORE'S LATEX REGAL AQUAVELVETD. DRYWALL CEILINGS: FLAT FINISH1ST COAT INTERIOR LATEX-BASE PRIMER COATMOORE'S LATEX QUICK-DRY PRIME SEAL2ND AND 3RD COATS INTERIOR FLAT LATEX-BASE PAINTMOORE'S REGAL WALL SATINE. CONCRETE CEILINGS AND EXTERIOR WALLS : FLAT FINISH1ST COAT EXTERIOR ALKYD OIL BASE PRIMER COATMOORE'S LATEX QUICK-DRY PRIME SEAL2ND AND 3RD COATS EXTERIOR FLAT LATEX-BASE PAINTMOORE'S REGAL WALL SATINF. HOLLOW METAL DOORS, FRAMES AND CONVECTORS : SEMI-GLOSS FINISH1ST COAT BASE PRIMERIRON-CLAD RETARDO RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER2ND COAT INTERIOR ENAMEL UNDERCOATMOORE'S ALKYD ENAMEL UNDERBODY3RD COAT ODORLESS INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS ENAMELMOORE'S ALKYD DULAMEL ENAMEL* NOTE: ALL EXTERIOR WALLS AND/OR CONCRETE SLAB CEILINGS WHICH ARE TO BEPAINTED ARE TO BE SCRAPED, CHEMICALLY WASHED, AND PAINTED PER THESCHEDULE ABOVE.PART 3 - EXECUTIONB. SCHEDULING PAINTING1. APPLY FIRST-COAT MATERIAL TO SURFACES THAT HAVE BEEN CLEANED,PRE-TREATED OR OTHERWISE PREPARED FOR PAINTING AS SOON AS PRACTICALAFTER PREPARATION AND BEFORE SUBSEQUENT SURFACE DETERIORATION.2. ALLOW SUFFICIENT TIME BETWEEN SUCCESSIVE COATINGS TO PERMIT PROPERDRYING. DO NOT RE-COAT UNTIL PAINT HAS DRIED TO WHERE IT FEELS FIRM, DOESNOT DEFORM OR FEEL STICKY UNDER MODERATE THUMB PRESSURE ANDAPPLICATION OF ANOTHER COAT OF PAINT WILL NOT CAUSE LIFTING OR LOSS OFADHESION OF THE UNDERCOAT.C. MINIMUM COATING THICKNESS: APPLY MATERIALS AT NOT LESS THANMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED SPREADING RATE, TO ESTABLISH A TOTAL DRYFILM THICKNESS AS INDICATED OR, IF NOT INDICATED, AS RECOMMENDED BYCOATING MANUFACTURER.D. PRIMER COATS1. APPLY PRIMER COAT OF MATERIAL WHICH IS REQUIRED TO BE PAINTED ORFINISHED AND WHICH HAS NOT BEEN PRIME COATED BY OTHERS.2. RE-COAT PRIMED AND SEALED SURFACES WHERE THERE IS EVIDENCE OF SUCTIONSPOTS OR UNSEALED AREAS IN FIRST COAT, TO ENSURE A FINISH COAT WITH NOBURN-THROUGH OR OTHER DEFECTS DUE TO INSUFFICIENT SEALING.E. PIGMENTED (OPAQUE) FINISHES: COMPLETELY COVER TO PROVIDE AN OPAQUE,SMOOTH SURFACE OF UNIFORM FINISH, COLOR, APPEARANCE AND COVERAGE.CLOUDINESS, SPOTTING, HOLIDAYS, LAPS, BRUSH MARKS, RUNS, SAGS, ROPINESSOR OTHER SURFACE IMPERFECTIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTABLE.F. COMPLETED WORK: MATCH APPROVED SAMPLES FOR COLOR, TEXTURE ANDCOVERAGE. REMOVE, REFINISH OR REPAINT WORK NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITHSPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 INSTALLATIONINSTALL ACCESSORY UNITS IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURERS'INSTRUCTIONS, USING FASTENERS WHICH ARE APPROPRIATE TO SUBSTRATE ANDRECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER OF UNIT. INSTALL UNITS PLUMB AND LEVEL,FIRMLY ANCHORED IN LOCATIONS AND AT HEIGHT INDICATED.3.02 ADJUSTMENT AND CLEANINGA. ADJUST ACCESSORIES FOR PROPER OPERATION AND VERIFY THAT MECHANISMSFUNCTION SMOOTHLY. REPLACE DAMAGED OR DEFECTIVE ITEMS.B. CLEAN AND POLISH ALL EXPOSED SURFACES AFTER REMOVING LABELS ANDPROTECTIVE COATINGS.END OF SECTIONSECTION 11450 - PANTRY EQUIPMENTPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:1. REFRIGERATOR2. MICROWAVEB. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHEREELECTRICAL SERVICES AND CONNECTIONS - SEE DIVISION 16.B. REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF DEBRIS AND UNUSABLE SCRAPS. VACUUM WITHCOMMERCIAL MACHINE WITH FACE-BEATER ELEMENT. REMOVE SOIL. REPLACECARPET WHERE SOIL CANNOT BE REMOVED. REMOVE PROTRUDING FACE YARN.C. VACUUM CARPET.3.04 PROTECTIONPROVIDE FINAL PROTECTION AND MAINTAIN CONDITIONS, IN A MANNER ACCEPTABLETO MANUFACTURER AND INSTALLER, TO ENSURE CARPET IS NOT DAMAGED ORDETERIORATED AT TIME OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION.END OF SECTIONSECTION 09900 - PAINTINGPART 1 - GENERAL1.01SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:1. PAINTING AND FINISHING OF INTERIOR EXPOSED ITEMS AND SURFACESTHROUGHOUT THE PROJECT, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED.SURFACE PREPARATION, PRIMING AND COATS OF PAINT SPECIFIED ARE INADDITION TO SHOP-PRIMING AND SURFACE TREATMENT SPECIFIED UNDER OTHERSECTIONS OF WORK.2. "PAINT" AS USED HEREIN MEANS ALL COATING SYSTEM MATERIALS, INCLUDINGPRIMERS, EMULSIONS, ENAMELS, STAINS, SEALERS AND FILLERS AND OTHERAPPLIED MATERIALS WHETHER USED AS PRIME, INTERMEDIATE OR FINISH COATS.3. PAINT ALL EXPOSED SURFACES WHETHER OR NOT COLORS ARE DESIGNATED IN"SCHEDULES," EXCEPT WHERE NATURAL FINISH OF MATERIAL IS SPECIFICALLYNOTED AS A SURFACE NOT TO BE PAINTED. WHERE ITEMS OR SURFACES ARE NOTSPECIFICALLY MENTIONED, PAINT SAME AS ADJACENT SIMILAR MATERIALS ORAREAS. IF COLOR OR FINISH IS NOT DESIGNATED, DESIGNER WILL SELECT THESEFROM STANDARD COLORS AVAILABLE FOR MATERIAL SYSTEMS SPECIFIED.B. RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE1. SHOP PRIMING: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, SHOP PRIMING OF FERROUSMETAL ITEMS IS INCLUDED UNDER VARIOUS SECTIONS OF MISCELLANEOUS METAL,HOLLOW METAL WORK, ELEVATOR WORK AND SIMILAR ITEMS; ALSO, FORFABRICATED COMPONENTS SUCH AS ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK ANDSHOP-FABRICATED OR FACTORY-BUILT MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTOR ACCESSORIES.2. MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL WORK: PAINTING OF MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICALWORK IS SPECIFIED IN DIVISIONS 15 AND 16 RESPECTIVELY.C. ITEMS NOT TO BE PAINTED1. PRE-FINISHED ITEMS: UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, DO NOT INCLUDE PAINTINGWHEN FACTORY-FINISHING OR INSTALLER- FINISHING IS SPECIFIED FOR SUCH ITEMAS (BUT NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO) ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK, WOODFLOORING WORK, ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT AND FINISHED MECHANICAL ANDELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING LIGHT FIXTURES, SWITCHGEAR ANDDISTRIBUTION CABINETS.2. CONCEALED SURFACES: UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, PAINTING IS NOTREQUIRED ON SURFACES SUCH AS WALLS OR CEILINGS IN CONCEALED AREAS ANDGENERALLY INACCESSIBLE AREAS, PIPE SPACES AND DUCT SHAFTS.3. FINISHED METAL SURFACES: METAL SURFACES OF ANODIZED ALUMINUM, BRASS,CHROMIUM PLATE AND SIMILARLY FINISHED MATERIALS WILL NOT REQUIRE FINISHPAINTING.4. OPERATING PARTS AND NAMEPLATES: MOVING PARTS OF OPERATING UNITS,MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARTS, SUCH AS VALVE AND DAMPER OPERATORSAND SENSING DEVICES, WILL NOT REQUIRE FINISH PAINTING, UNLESS OTHERWISEINDICATED.5. DO NOT PAINT OVER ANY CODE-REQUIRED LABELS, SUCH AS UNDERWRITERS'LABORATORIES AND FACTORY MUTUAL, OR ANY EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION,PERFORMANCE RATING, NAME OR NOMENCLATURE PLATES.1.02QUALITY ASSURANCEINSTALLER SHALL BE A FIRM WITH NOT LESS THAN TEN (10) YEARS' SUCCESSFULEXPERIENCE IN APPLYING COATINGS AND FINISHES OF THE TYPE REQUIRED ONPROJECTS OF SIMILAR TYPE AND QUALITY LEVEL AS THIS PROJECT.1.03SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S TECHNICAL INFORMATION INCLUDINGPAINT LABEL ANALYSIS AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH MATERIALPROPOSED FOR USE. INCLUDE GLOSS RATINGS FOR EACH COLOR AND FINISHREQUIRED.B. SAMPLES: SUBMIT SAMPLES FOR DESIGNER'S REVIEW OF COLOR AND TEXTUREONLY. PROVIDE A LISTING OF MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS FOR EACH COAT OFEACH FINISH SAMPLE. SAMPLES SHALL BE STEP-DOWN TYPE ON WHICH EACHSUCCESSIVE COAT OF PAINT IS EXPOSED THE SAME AMOUNT AND TINTEDSLIGHTLY DIFFERENT THAN THE PRECEDING AND FOLLOWING COATS; IDENTIFYEACH COAT BY NAME AND TYPE.1. ON 12" X 12" GYPSUM WALLBOARD, PROVIDE SAMPLES OF EACH COLOR, GLOSSAND MATERIAL, WITH TEXTURE TO SIMULATE ACTUAL CONDITIONS. RESUBMITSAMPLES AS REQUESTED BY DESIGNER UNTIL ACCEPTABLE SHEEN, COLOR ANDTEXTURE ARE ACHIEVED.DO NOT PAINT WHEN THE AIR IS DUST-LADEN NOR WHEN WEATHER ANDTEMPERATURE CONDITIONS ARE UNSUITABLE. MAINTAIN TEMPERATURES WITHINTHE BUILDING AT A MINIMUM OF 60OF DURING THE PAINTING AND DRYING PERIODS.COMPLY WITH MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS WHEN THEY ARE MORESTRINGENT WITH RESPECT TO APPLICATION TEMPERATURES.1.07PROTECTIONA. PLACE PAINT OR SOLVENT-SOAKED RAGS, WASTE OR OTHER MATERIALS WHICHMIGHT CONSTITUTE A FIRE HAZARD IN METAL CONTAINERS AND REMOVE FROMPREMISES AT THE CLOSE OF EACH DAY'S WORK. TAKE EVERY PRECAUTION TOAVOID DAMAGE BY FIRE.B. PROVIDE SUITABLE COVERINGS TO PROTECT SURFACES NOT REQUIRING PAINTING.C. REMOVE OR PROTECT ITEMS SUCH AS HARDWARE, HARDWARE ACCESSORIES,PLATES, LIGHTING FIXTURES AND SIMILAR ITEMS PLACED PRIOR TO PAINTING.REPOSITION OR REMOVE PROTECTION UPON COMPLETION OF EACH SPACE. HAVEEQUIPMENT DISCONNECTED ADJACENT TO WALLS BY WORKMEN SKILLED IN THESETRADES TO PERMIT PAINTING OF WALL SURFACES; REPLACE AND RECONNECTAFTER COMPLETION OF PAINTING.D. MAINTAIN WRAPPINGS OR OTHER FACTORY-APPLIED PROTECTION FURNISHEDWITH FINISH HARDWARE OR OTHER ITEMS PROVIDED BY OTHER TRADES ANDINSTALLED IN AREAS WHERE PAINTING IS REQUIRED, AND IF DISPLACED ORREMOVED, REPLACE FOR THE DURATION OF PAINTING WORK.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MANUFACTURERSEXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED, PAINT SYSTEMS ARE SPECIFIED USING AGENERIC DESCRIPTION AND A SPECIFIC PRODUCT OF BENJAMIN MOORE &COMPANY; EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS OF THE FOLLOWING MANUFACTURERS WILL BEACCEPTABLE AT THE SOLE JUDGEMENT OF THE DESIGNER.A. GLIDDEN COATINGS AND RESINSB. PPG INDUSTRIESC. PRATT AND LAMBERTD. SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY2.02 COLORS AND FINISHESA. ON THE DRAWINGS, THE DESIGNATIONS INDICATE THE FOLLOWING PAINTS:SEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.B. COLOR PIGMENTS: PURE, NON-FADING, APPLICABLE TYPES TO SUIT SUBSTRATESAND SERVICE INDICATED.LEAD CONTENT IN PIGMENT, IF ANY, IS LIMITED TO CONTAIN NOT MORE THAN0.5% LEAD, AS LEAD METAL BASED ON THE TOTAL NON-VOLATILE (DRY-FILM) OFPAINT BY WEIGHT.C. GLOSS RATINGS: SPECULAR GLOSS OF FINISHED SURFACES SHALL BE WITHIN THEFOLLOWING RANGES WHEN MEASURED AT 60O IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM D523.GLOSS UNITSDEGREE OF GLOSSFLAT BELOW 5EGGSHELL 5 TO 15SEMI-GLOSS 50 TO 60D. PAINT COORDINATION: PROVIDE FINISH COATS WHICH ARE COMPATIBLE WITHPRIMER PAINTS USED. REVIEW OTHER SECTIONS OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS INWHICH PRIMER PAINTS ARE TO BE PROVIDED TO ENSURE COMPATIBILITY OF TOTALCOATINGS SYSTEM FOR VARIOUS SUBSTRATES. UPON REQUEST FROM OTHERTRADES, FURNISH INFORMATION ON CHARACTERISTICS OF FINISH MATERIALSPROPOSED FOR USE, TO ENSURE THAT COMPATIBLE PRIMER COATS ARE USED.PROVIDE BARRIER COATS OVER INCOMPATIBLE PRIMERS OR REMOVE ANDRE-PRIME, AS REQUIRED. NOTIFY DESIGNER IN WRITING OF ANY ANTICIPATEDPROBLEMS USING SPECIFIED COATING SYSTEMS WITH SUBSTRATES PRIMED BYOTHERS.2.03 MATERIAL QUALITYA. PROVIDE BEST QUALITY GRADE OF VARIOUS TYPES OF COATINGS AS REGULARLYMANUFACTURED BY ACCEPTABLE PAINT MATERIALS MANUFACTURERS. MATERIALSNOT DISPLAYING MANUFACTURER'S IDENTIFICATION AS A STANDARD, BEST-GRADEPRODUCT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTABLE.B. PROVIDE UNDERCOAT PAINT PRODUCED BY SAME MANUFACTURER AS FINISHCOATS. USE ONLY THINNERS APPROVED BY PAINT MANUFACTURER AND USE ONLYWITHIN RECOMMENDED LIMITS.C. WHERE INDICATED AND IN LOCATIONS WHERE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- HUMIDITYCONDITIONS ENCOURAGE THE READY FORMATION OF MILDEW, USE PAINTS WITHADDITIONAL MILDEW INHIBITIVE AGENT INCORPORATED DURING THEMANUFACTURING PROCESS, OF TYPE AND IN CONCENTRATION RECOMMENDED BYTHE PAINT MANUFACTURER TO WITHSTAND SUCH MILDEW FORMATION.2.04 INTERIOR PAINT SYSTEMSA. PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING PAINT SYSTEMS FOR VARIOUS SUBSTRATES ASINDICATED.B. PAINTED WOOD: SEMI-GLOSS FINISH1ST COAT INTERIOR ENAMEL UNDERCOATMOORE'S ALKYD ENAMEL UNDERBODY2ND AND 3RD COATS ODORLESS INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS ENAMELMOORE'S ALKYD DULAMEL ENAMEL3.01INSPECTIONA. EXAMINE AREAS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH PAINTING WORK IS TO BE APPLIEDFOR CONDITIONS DETRIMENTAL TO PROPER AND TIMELY COMPLETION OF WORK.DO NOT PROCEED WITH WORK UNTIL UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEENCORRECTED.B. STARTING OF PAINTING WORK WILL BE CONSTRUED AS ACCEPTANCE OF SURFACESAND CONDITIONS WITHIN ANY PARTICULAR AREA.C. DO NOT PAINT OVER DIRT, RUST, SCALE, GREASE, MOISTURE, SCUFFED SURFACESOR CONDITIONS OTHERWISE DETRIMENTAL TO THE FORMATION OF A DURABLEPAINT FILM.3.02SURFACE PREPARATIONA. PERFORM PREPARATION AND CLEANING PROCEDURES IN ACCORDANCE WITHPAINT MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND AS HEREIN SPECIFIED, FOR EACHPARTICULAR SUBSTRATE CONDITION.B. REMOVE HARDWARE, HARDWARE ACCESSORIES, MACHINED SURFACES, PLATES,LIGHTING FIXTURES AND SIMILAR ITEMS IN PLACE AND NOT TO BE FINISH-PAINTEDOR PROVIDE SURFACE-APPLIED PROTECTION PRIOR TO SURFACE PREPARATIONAND PAINTING OPERATIONS. REMOVE, IF NECESSARY, FOR COMPLETE PAINTINGOF ITEMS AND ADJACENT SURFACES. FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF PAINTING OFEACH SPACE OR AREA, REINSTALL REMOVED ITEMS.C. CLEAN SURFACES TO BE PAINTED BEFORE APPLYING PAINT OR SURFACETREATMENTS. REMOVE OIL AND GREASE PRIOR TO MECHANICAL CLEANING.SCHEDULE CLEANING AND PAINTING SO THAT CONTAMINANTSFROM CLEANING PROCESS WILL NOT FALL ONTO WET, NEWLY PAINTED SURFACES.D. WOOD1. CLEAN WOOD SURFACES TO BE PAINTED OF DIRT, OIL OR OTHER FOREIGNSUBSTANCES WITH SCRAPERS, MINERAL SPIRITS AND SANDPAPER, AS REQUIRED.SANDPAPER SMOOTH THOSE FINISHED SURFACES EXPOSED TO VIEW AND DUSTOFF. SCRAPE AND CLEAN SMALL, DRY, SEASONED KNOTS AND APPLY A THIN COATOF WHITE SHELLAC OR OTHER RECOMMENDED KNOT SEALER BEFOREAPPLICATION OF PRIMING COAT. AFTER PRIMING, FILL HOLES AND IMPERFECTIONSIN FINISH SURFACES WITH PUTTY OR PLASTIC WOOD FILLER. SANDPAPER SMOOTHWHEN DRIED.2. PRIME, STAIN OR SEAL WOOD REQUIRED TO BE JOB-PAINTED IMMEDIATELY UPONDELIVERY TO JOB. PRIME EDGES, ENDS, FACES, UNDERSIDES AND BACKSIDES OFSUCH WOOD.E. HOLLOW METAL DOORS AND FRAMES1. CLEAN FERROUS SURFACES, WHICH ARE NOT GALVANIZED OR SHOP-COATED OFOIL, GREASE, DIRT, LOOSE MILL SCALE AND OTHER FOREIGN SUBSTANCES BYSOLVENT OR MECHANICAL CLEANING.2. TOUCH-UP SHOP-APPLIED PRIME COATS WHEREVER DAMAGED OR BARE, ASREQUIRED BY OTHER SECTIONS OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS. CLEAN AND TOUCH-UPWITH THE SAME TYPE OF SHOP PRIMER.F. GYPSUM DRYWALL: REPAIR MINOR CRACKS AND HOLES WITH FINISHINGCOMPOUND AND SAND SMOOTH AFTER DRYING.3.03MATERIALS PREPARATIONA. MIX AND PREPARE PAINTING MATERIALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEMANUFACTURER'S DIRECTIONS.B. STORE MATERIALS NOT IN ACTUAL USE IN TIGHTLY COVERED CONTAINERS.MAINTAIN CONTAINERS USED IN STORAGE, MIXING AND APPLICATION OF PAINT IN ACLEAN CONDITION, FREE OF FOREIGN MATERIALS AND RESIDUE.C. STIR MATERIALS BEFORE APPLICATION TO PRODUCE A MIXTURE OF UNIFORMDENSITY AND STIR AS REQUIRED DURING APPLICATION. DO NOT STIR SURFACEFILM INTO MATERIAL. REMOVE FILM AND, IF NECESSARY, STRAIN MATERIAL BEFOREUSING.3.04APPLICATIONA. GENERAL1. APPLY PAINT IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S DIRECTIONS. USEAPPLICATORS AND TECHNIQUES BEST SUITED FOR SUBSTRATE AND TYPE OFMATERIAL BEING APPLIED.2. APPLY ADDITIONAL COATS WHEN UNDERCOATS, STAINS OR OTHER CONDITIONSSHOW THROUGH FINAL COAT OF PAINT, UNTIL PAINT FILM IS OF UNIFORM FINISH,COLOR AND APPEARANCE. GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ENSURE THAT SURFACES,INCLUDING EDGES, CORNERS, CREVICES, WELDS AND EXPOSED FASTENERSRECEIVE A DRY FILM THICKNESS EQUIVALENT TO THAT OF FLAT SURFACES.3. PAINT SURFACES BEHIND MOVABLE EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE SAME ASSIMILARLY EXPOSED SURFACES. PAINT SURFACES BEHIND PERMANENTLY FIXEDEQUIPMENT OR FURNITURE WITH PRIME COAT ONLY BEFORE FINAL INSTALLATIONOF EQUIPMENT.4. PAINT INTERIOR SURFACES OF DUCTS, WHERE VISIBLE THROUGH REGISTERS ORGRILLES, WITH A FLAT, NON-SPECULAR BLACK PAINT.5. PAINT BACK SIDES OF ACCESS PANELS AND REMOVABLE OR HINGED COVERS TOMATCH EXPOSED SURFACES.6. SAND LIGHTLY BETWEEN EACH SUCCEEDING ENAMEL COAT.7. OMIT FIRST COAT (PRIMER) ON METAL SURFACES WHICH HAVE BEEN SHOP-PRIMEDAND TOUCH-UP PAINTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.3.05CLEAN-UP AND PROTECTIONA. CLEAN-UP1. DURING PROGRESS OF WORK, REMOVE FROM SITE DISCARDED PAINT MATERIALS,RUBBISH, CANS AND RAGS AT END OF EACH WORK DAY.2. UPON COMPLETION OF PAINTING WORK, CLEAN WINDOW GLASS AND OTHERPAINT-SPATTERED SURFACES. REMOVE SPATTERED PAINT BY PROPER METHODSOF WASHING AND SCRAPING, USING CARE NOT TO SCRATCH OR OTHERWISEDAMAGE FINISHED SURFACES.B. PROTECTION1. PROTECT WORK OF OTHER TRADES, WHETHER TO BE PAINTED OR NOT, AGAINSTDAMAGE BY PAINTING AND FINISHING WORK. CORRECT ANY DAMAGE BY CLEANING,REPAIRING OR REPLACING AND REPAINTING, AS ACCEPTABLE TO DESIGNER.2. PROVIDE "WET PAINT" SIGNS, AS REQUIRED TO INDICATE NEWLY-PAINTED FINISHES.REMOVE TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE WRAPPINGS PROVIDED BY OTHERS FORPROTECTION OF THEIR WORK AFTER COMPLETION OF PAINTING OPERATIONS.3. AT THE COMPLETION OF WORK OF OTHER TRADES, TOUCH-UP AND RESTORE ALLDAMAGED OR DEFACED PAINTED SURFACES.END OF SECTIONSECTION 10800 - TOILET ACCESSORIESPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY OF WORKA. THE WORK OF THIS SECTION INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO, THEFOLLOWING:TOILET ACCESSORIES1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEA. ACCESSORY LOCATIONS: COORDINATE ACCESSORY LOCATIONS WITH OTHERWORKS TO AVOID INTERFERENCE AND TO ENSURE PROPER OPERATION ANDSERVICING OF ACCESSORY UNITS.B. PRODUCTS: PROVIDE PRODUCTS OF SAME MANUFACTURER FOR EACH TYPE OFACCESSORY UNIT.1.03 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S TECHNICAL DATA AND INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH ACCESSORY.B. SAMPLES: IF REQUIRED, SUBMIT FULL-SIZE SAMPLES OF UNITS TO DESIGNER FORREVIEW OF DESIGN AND OPERATION. ACCEPTABLE SAMPLES WILL BE RETURNEDAND MAY BE USED IN THE WORK.C. SETTING DRAWINGS: PROVIDE SETTING DRAWINGS, TEMPLATES, INSTRUCTIONSAND DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF ANCHORAGE DEVICES IN OTHER WORK.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MANUFACTURERS/TYPEDRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE BASED UPON THE PARTICULAR PRODUCTSOF THE MANUFACTURERS INDICATED. EQUAL PRODUCTS OF OTHERMANUFACTURERS WILL BE ACCEPTABLE PROVIDED THEY COMPLY WITH THEINDICATED REQUIREMENTS. SUBMIT INFORMATION ON ALTERNATE PRODUCTS TOTHE DESIGNER FOR APPROVAL.2.02 MATERIALS - GENERALA. STAINLESS STEEL: AISI TYPE 302/304 WITH POLISHED NO. 4 FINISH, 22 GAUGEMINIMUM, UNLESS OTHER INDICATED.B. BRASS: LEADED AND UNLEADED, FLAT PRODUCTS, FS QQ-B-613; RODS, SHAPES,FORGINGS AND FLAT PRODUCTS WITH FINISHED EDGES, FS QQ-B-626.C. CHROMIUM PLATING: NICKEL AND CHROMIUM ELECTRO-DEPOSITED ON BASEMETAL, ASTM B456, TYPE SC2.D. GALVANIZED STEEL MOUNTING DEVICES: ASTM A386, HOT-DIP GALVANIZED AFTERFABRICATION.E. FASTENERS: SCREWS, BOLTS AND OTHER DEVICES OF SAME MATERIAL ASACCESSORY UNIT OR OF GALVANIZED STEEL WHERE CONCEALED.2.03 FABRICATIONA. GENERAL: STAMPED NAMES OR LABELS ON EXPOSED FACES OF ACCESSORYUNITS ARE NOT PERMITTED, UNOBTRUSIVE LABELS ON SURFACES NOT EXPOSEDTO VIEW ARE ACCEPTABLE.B. SURFACE-MOUNTED TOILET ACCESSORIES: EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISEINDICATED, FABRICATE UNITS WITH TIGHT SEAMS AND JOINTS EXPOSED, EDGESROLLED. PROVIDE CONCEALED ANCHORAGE WHEREVER POSSIBLE.C. RECESSED TOILET ACCESSORIES: EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE INDICATED,FABRICATE UNITS OF ALL WELDED CONSTRUCTION WITHOUT MITERED CORNERS.HANG DOORS AND ACCESS PANELS WITH FULL-LENGTH STAINLESS STEEL PIANOHINGE. PROVIDE ANCHORAGE WHICH IS FULLY CONCEALED WHEN UNIT ISCLOSED.2.04 SCHEDULE OF ACCESSORIESSEE CONTRACT DRAWINGS FOR SPECIFICATIONS.1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCEVERIFY EXISTING CONDITIONS INCLUDING SIZES AND TYPES OF CONNECTIONSNECESSARY FOR PROPER RELOCATION OF EXISTING KITCHEN EQUIPMENT.1.03 SUBMITTALSA. PRODUCT DATA: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS AND INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS AS WELL AS OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.B. WARRANTY: SUBMIT MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD WRITTEN WARRANTY FOREACH ITEM OF EQUIPMENT.1.04 DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGEPART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 SEE DRAWINGS FOR PANTRY SPECIFICATIONPART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 INSTALLATIONA. COMPLY WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.B. PLACE NEW AND RELOCATED UNITS IN FINAL LOCATION AFTER FINISHES HAVEBEEN COMPLETED IN EACH AREA. VERIFY THAT CLEARANCES ARE ADEQUATE FORPROPER OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT.C. REFER TO DIVISION 16 FOR ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS.3.02 ADJUSTMENT AND CLEANINGA. TEST EACH ITEM OF PANTRY EQUIPMENT TO VERIFY PROPER OPERATION. MAKENECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS.B. VERIFY THAT REQUIRED ACCESSORY ITEMS HAVE BEEN FURNISHED ANDPROPERLY INSTALLED.C. LEAVE UNITS IN CLEAN CONDITION, READY FOR OPERATION.END OF SECTION951 16th. St.DENVER, CO 80202SUITE #: 100 STORE #: 868AS-7ARCHITECTURALSPECIFICATIONS


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