Attachment J.1.

5 Standard Shelving Specifications

SHELVING SPECIFICATIONS NARRATIVE
All shelving units are to have a slanted bottom shelf and all flat shelves are to have an integral back. The 48” shelving needs a canopy top. End panels are required for all freestanding shelves. End panels are to be provided on the ends of perimeter shelving if the end of the shelf does not abut up to a wall or column. • • • • • • 84” High Perimeter (Single-Sided) Shelving with 6 flat shelves per unit – total of 41 units x 3 LF = 738 LF 84” High Perimeter (Single-Sided) Shelving with fabric back & 4 flat shelves per unit – total of 17 units x 3 LF = 204 LF ** 84” High Perimeter (Single-Sided) Shelving with 5 periodical shelves per unit - total of 5 units x 3 LF = 75 LF 84” High Freestanding (Double-Sided) Shelving with 6 flat shelves per unit – total of 28 units x 3 LF – 504 LF 66” High Freestanding (Double-Sided) Shelving with 5 flat shelves per unit – total 18 units x 3 LF = 270 LF 48” High Freestanding (Double-Sided) Shelving with 4 flat shelves per unit – total of 12 units x 3 LF = 144 LF o TOTAL LINEAR FEET – 1,935

In addition, 10 CD/DVD browsing boxes, 10 face-out display shelves and 6 rods for hanging media are to be provided. ** Please note that the drawing shows 3 shelves per unit; we want 4 shelves per unit instead.

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