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SPECIFICATION NOTES DIVISION 1 — GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 01010 SUMMARY OF WORK A. Unless otherwise noted, "The Owner" refers to the persons, organization and/or business entering into an agreement with the Contractor to execute the Work indicated in the Contract Documents. "The Landlord" refers to the person, organization and/ or business that owns or is responsible for managing the property on which the Work is to be executed. The Contractor's responsibilities to each party are described in the specifications and documents below. B. The "Work" includes Owner improvements to an existing tenant space and includes new partitions, finishes and modifications to HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and fire protection systems. C. Owner-supplied items include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Furniture Appliances Equipment Data and telephone cabling and equipment Security system and equipment Computer cabling and equipment

01060 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS A. The Work shall comply with applicable codes, amendments, rules, regulations, ordinances, laws, orders, approvals, etc., that are required by public authorities. In the event of conflict, the most stringent requirements shall govern. Requirements include, but are not necessarily limited to, the currently applicable editions or publications of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. International Building Code 2000 DC Construction Code Supplement of 2003 International Mechanical Code 2000 International Plumbing Code 2000 International Fire Code 2000 NFPA National Electrical Code 1996

intent of the Contract. No payment whether partial or final, shall be construed as an acceptance of defective Work or improper materials 01500 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES AND TEMPORARY CONTROLS A. The Contractor is responsible for and shall provide protection for any existing finishes including elevators, lobbies, stairs, and corridors of the base building. B. The Contractor shall protect existing base building window coverings. C. The Contractor shall patch and repair fireproofing damaged or removed during performance of the Work. Fireproof new penetrations required by the Work. D. Debris shall be removed from the site on a daily basis. Upon completion of the Work, remove debris from the site created by the Work provided under the Contract and leave areas clean. E. The Contractor shall be required to maintain a job site telephone and fax machine.

B. Install building standard fire extinguishers and cabinets where required by applicable codes as directed by the Architect (Provide and install any additional code-required fire extinguishers and cabinets where directed by code officials and/or the Architect). 01300 SUBMITTALS A. Within seven (7) days of the contract award, the Contractor shall submit to the Architect a schedule of all submittals identifying estimated date of submission. Submittals shall include but are not limited to: 1. Finishes 2. Carpet seaming diagram 3. Doors, frames, and hardware 4. Glass 5. Metals 6. Millwork 7. Equipment 8. Appliances 9. Mechanical equipment, diffusers, grilles, devices, etc. 10. Electrical equipment, light fixtures, controls, devices, etc. 11. Plumbing equipment, fixtures, devices, etc. 12. Sprinkler plan B. Preparation of submittals shall be as follows: 1. Submit one (1) reproducible copy and two (2) prints of each shop drawing. 2. For catalog cuts, brochures, and other standard printed or published product data, submit number of copies needed by Contractor, plus two (2) copies to be retained by Architect. 3. The Contractor shall submit a minimum of three (3) samples of finishes. The Architect shall retain two (2) samples of finishes for record and return a minimum of one sample to Contractor. C. The Contractor shall provide manufacturer's specifications, installation instructions, shop drawings and samples for review and approval prior to ordering or proceeding with the Work. No construction shall proceed until submittals are approved. D. Contractor shall allow five (5) working days for the Architect and Consultants to the Architect to review submittals. All submittals not reviewed directly by the Architect, but rather Consultants to the Architect, shall be submitted simultaneously to both the Architect and the Consultant and shall be noted as such. The Contractor shall not proceed with work until both Architect and Consultant have approved the submittal. No extension of the contract time will be granted because of failure to provide submittals for the Architect's review or coordination in a timely fashion. E. The Architect reserves the right to reject any and all items installed without prior review and approval by the Architect. F. Refer to specified items for specific submittal requirements. 01400 QUALITY CONTROL A. Dimensions and Tolerances: 1. Do not scale drawings; dimensions govern. Verify dimensions with field conditions. If discrepancies are discovered between field conditions and drawings or between drawings, contact the Architect for resolution before proceeding. 2. Horizontal dimensions indicated are to/from finished face of construction, except as noted. 3. Vertical dimensions are from top of floor slab, except where noted to be from above finished floor (AFF), as measured from the high point of the slab. Contractor to notify the Architect when deviation is greater than allowed in note 4 below. 4. Floor Tolerance: The Contractor is to immediately verify slope and report any deviation over a 1/4 inch slope in 10 feet to the Architect prior to commencing Work. The Contractor shall be responsible for leveling all areas to achieve a slope deviation of less than 1/4 inch slope in 10 feet. The Contractor shall ensure an absolute level floor under all swinging and sliding doors. 5. Dimensions are not adjustable without approval of the Architect unless noted (±). 6. Dimensions indicated to be "clear' or "clr" shall be maintained. Any discrepancies or variations in these dimensions shall be reviewed with the Architect before beginning construction. 7. Any dimension noted "Verify" or "VIF" must be reviewed with the Architect before beginning construction. 8. The Contractor shall continuously check Architectural and structural clearances for accessibility of equipment and mechanical and electrical systems. No allowance of any kind will be made for the Contractor's failure to foresee means of installing equipment into position inside structures. B. Observation of Work: 1. The Architect, acting as the Owner's designated agent for design of this project, will exercise sole authority for determining conformance of materials, equipment and systems with the intent of the design. Review and acceptance of items proposed by Contractor for incorporation into the Work will be by the Architect. This function of the Architect will apply both to Contract as initially signed, and to the changes to Contract by modification during progress of Work. 2. If at any time before commencement of Work, or during progress thereof, the Contractor's methods, equipment or appliances are inefficient or inappropriate for securing quality of Work, or rate of progress intended by Contract Documents, the Owner may order the Contractor to improve their quality or increase their efficiency. This will not relieve the Contractor of his sureties from their obligations to secure quality of Work and rate of progress specified in contract. C. Reference to Standards: 1. Materials and workmanship specified by reference to number symbol, to title of a specification such as commercial standards, federal specification, trade association standard, or other similar standard, shall comply with requirements in latest edition or revision thereof and with any amendment or supplement thereto in effect on date of origin of this project's Contract Documents. Such standard, except as modified herein, shall have full force and effects as though printed in Contract Documents. 2. The Contractor shall waive "Common Practice" and "Common Usage" as construction criteria wherever details and Contract Documents or governing codes, ordinances, etc., require greater quantity or better quality than common practice or common usage would require. D. Existing Conditions: 1. The Contractor shall be responsible for checking Contract Documents, field conditions, and dimensions for accuracy and confirming that Work is buildable as shown before proceeding with construction. Clarification regarding any conflicts shall be received prior to related Work being started. 2. The Contractor shall notify the Owner in writing of any deficiencies in base building construction prior to the commencement of this Work. Any unreported deficiencies will become the responsibility of the Contractor to correct. E. In the event of conflict between the Drawings and the Specifications, the Specifications shall govern. Detail drawings take precedence over drawings of larger scope. Should the Contractor at any time discover an error in a drawing or specification, or a discrepancy or variation between drawings, or a discrepancy or variation between dimensions and measurements at site, or lack of dimensions or other information, the Contractor shall not proceed with the Work affected until clarification has been made. F. The Contractor shall coordinate and review the layout and exact location of the items listed below in the field prior to construction. Any conflicts that arise shall be brought to the Architects attention in writing for resolution prior to proceeding with construction: 1. Partitions 2. Doors 3. Core drill locations 4. Electrical/telephone outlets 5. Thermostats 6. Light switches 7. Light fixtures 8. Changes in ceiling plane, and other ceiling features 9. VAV boxes, supplemental AC units and other mechanical, electrical, or plumbing items requiring ceiling access or affecting ceiling height G. The Contractor shall follow manufacturer's recommended specification & installation procedures. If these are contrary to the Contract Documents, the Contractor shall notify the Architect, in writing, immediately, to resolve discrepancies prior to proceeding. H. Only new items of recent manufacture, of the highest quality, free from defects, will be permitted on the Work. Rejected items shall be removed immediately from the Work and replaced with items of the quality specified. Failure to remove rejected materials and equipment shall not relieve the Contractor from the responsibility for quality and character of items used nor from any other obligation imposed by the Contract. I. The finished Work shall be firm, well anchored, in true alignment, plumb, level, with smooth, clean, uniform appearance without waves, distortions, holes, marks, cracks, stains, or discoloration. Jointings shall be close fitting, neat and well scribed. The finish work shall have no exposed unsightly anchors or fasteners and shall not present hazardous, unsafe corners. Work shall have the provision for expansion, contraction, and shrinkage as necessary to prevent cracks, buckling and warping due to temperature and humidity conditions.

01700 CONTRACT CLOSEOUT A. When the Contractor considers that the Work is substantially complete, the Contractor shall prepare and submit to the Architect a list of items to be completed or corrected. The Architect shall visit the site to determine the status of completion and amend the Contractor's list as required. Upon the Contractor’s stated completion of the items listed to be completed or corrected, and prior to final payment, the Architect shall perform a final inspection of all items listed. Failure to complete listed items, as determined by the Architect, shall require additional site visits as needed by the Architect to determine final completion. The cost of any additional site visits shall be billed hourly based on the Architects published hourly rates and shall be deducted from the Contractor's final payment. B. The following items shall be submitted to the Owner by the Contractor before requesting final payment: 1. Complete release or waiver of liens — documentation shall be notarized and signed. 2. Certificates of inspection approvals for required occupancy permit and similar approvals or certifications by governing authorities, assuring the Owner's full access and use of completed Work. 3. A notebook containing warranties, bonds, guarantees, affidavits and certificates required by the Contract Documents. Include any operating and cleaning instructions for appliances, materials, finishes, systems and equipment installed as part of the Work. C. Final Cleaning: Remove protective coatings, coverings, any tags, labels or other markings from materials fixtures and equipment. Clean wall, floor and ceiling surfaces including trim, outlet and switch plates, windows, window sills, and window treatments. Clean plumbing fixtures to a sanitary condition. DIVISION 2 — SITEWORK 02070 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION A. Extent of demolition is indicated in the Drawings. B. Protect finishes indicated to remain during demolition. C. Following demolition, base building partitions should be cleaned and prepared for proposed tenant construction per review of Architect and the Contractor. Surfaces indicated as existing to remain shall be restored to like-new condition. Surfaces indicated as existing to remain and to receive new finishes shall be properly prepared to receive indicated finishes.
D. Prior to demolition, the Contractor shall schedule a meeting with the Owner and the Architect to review all items to be salvaged. Salvaged items may not necessarily be indicated for reuse. Salvaged items may include: • • • • • • Millwork Doors, frames, and hardware. Lay-in ceiling panels and ceiling grid. All glass entrance system components. HVAC diffusers, grilles, equipment and controls Electrical equipment, lighting fixtures and controls

D. Permits and Inspections 1. The Contractor is responsible for obtaining all necessary permits required to perform the Work. 2. The Contractor is responsible for inspections required for the jurisdiction in which the Work is performed. Verify with local regulatory agency exact number, type and schedule of inspections required for the Work prior to commencing with the Work. 3. The Contractor shall provide the Owner with documentation and scheduling necessary for Occupancy Permit. 4. The Building Permit will be obtained by an agent of the Owner. E. Contract Documents 1. The AIA “General Conditions of the Contract for Construction” AIA Document A201, 1997 edition, published by the American Institute of Architects, hereinafter referred to as “General Conditions”, is hereby made part of the Contract Documents, the same as if bound herein. 2. The Contract Documents consist of the following: a. b. c. d. e. Owner-Contractor Agreement ("The Contract") General Conditions Drawings as dated in agreement ("The Drawings") Addenda Modifications

3. The Contract Documents are instruments of service and shall remain the property of the Architect whether the project for which they are prepared is executed or not. The Contract Documents are not to be used by the Owner, Landlord or Tenant for other projects or extensions to the project nor are they to be modified in any manner whatsoever except by agreement in writing and with appropriate compensation to the Architect. 01025 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT A. Prior to commencing with the Work, the Contractor shall submit to the Architect the following information: 1. A Schedule of Values indicating the components of Work listed in sufficient detail to the satisfaction of the Architect and the Owner to serve as a basis for computing values for Applications for Payments during construction. 2. A construction schedule for the Work in bar chart form. This schedule will be used as the basis for evaluating progress of the Work and Applications for Payments. B. The above schedule will be used as the basis for evaluating progress of the Work and Applications for Payments. C. Applications for Payment shall use AIA Document G702. Applications are to be notarized and bear the signature of an authorized officer. D. Only approved Change Orders are to be indicated on Applications for Payment. 01030 ALTERNATES AND UNIT PRICES A. The Contractor shall provide pricing for all alternates indicated in the bid form. B. The Contractor shall provide Unit Pricing for items identified in the bid form. C. The Owner reserves the right to reduce or increase the total Scope of Work by accepting any of the Alternates or added/deleted Unit Price items. 01035 SUBSTITUTIONS A. The Contractor's bid shall be based on providing all specified items. Substitutions shall be considered only under the following circumstances: 1. The specified item is accompanied by the words "equal to". References to makes, brands, models, etc., is to establish type and quality desired. 2. The item is shown to have a prohibitively long lead time. 3. An item of equal appearance and equal or greater quality to the specified item can be provided at substantial savings to the Owner. B. Substitutions shall be considered by the Architect for acceptance under the following procedure. 1. The Contractor shall make all requests for substitutions within seven (7) days of contract award. 2. The Architect requires seven (7) days for review of the Contractor's request for substitution. 3. The Contractor's request for substitution shall include product information and samples as deemed necessary by the Architect of both the specified item and proposed substitution. Characteristics of both products shall be clearly identified for the Architect's evaluation. 01040 COORDINATION A. Coordination with Base Building and other Building Tenants: 1. Exercise extreme care and precaution during construction of the Work. Schedule Work to minimize disturbances to adjacent spaces and/or structures and their occupants, property, public thoroughfares, etc. The Contractor shall take precautions and be responsible for the safety of building occupants from construction procedures. The Contractor shall be responsible for any overtime costs incurred thereby. 2. The Contractor shall be required to meet all Landlord requirements for construction. 3. The Contractor shall coordinate with Landlord all Work required by the Tenant that occurs outside the Tenant space and is on or within the base building. The contractor is responsible for the installation and integrity of all penetrations required to the existing roof and for meeting all Landlord requirements. 4. The Contractor shall review the base building Contract Documents and shall comply with base building requirements and design criteria. 5. Prior to drilling slab penetrations, the Contractor shall do the following: a. Clearly identify location of slab penetrations for Architect's review. b. Coordinate with existing conditions below slab to insure no conflicts with existing ductwork, sprinkler piping, ceiling conditions, etc. b. X-ray proposed slab penetration locations to identify structural conflicts as required by Landlord. B. Coordination with Owner- Supplied items: 1. Make necessary provisions for items to be furnished or installed by Owner as indicated on the drawings. Such provisions include, but are not limited to, plumbing & electrical requirements. 2. Provide protection for Owner-supplied items until completion of the project. 3. The Contractor is to include the installation cost of Owner-supplied items unless otherwise noted. 4. Any ambiguity or need for clarification regarding scope of Work related to Owner-supplied items is to be reviewed with the Architect prior to commencing with the Work. 5. Telephone and data work shall be coordinated by the Contractor with Owner's representative. 6. Security system work shall be coordinated by the Contractor with Owner's representative. C. Cut and fit components for alteration of existing work and installation of new work. Patch disturbed areas to match adjacent materials and finishes. D. Prior to construction, the Contractor shall verify that no conflicts exist in locations of any mechanical, telephone, electrical, plumbing and sprinkler equipment (to include piping, duct work, structural members and conduit) and that required clearances for installation and maintenance of above equipment are provided. Elements in conflict shall be determined and reviewed with Architect for resolution prior to construction. E. Contractor shall order and schedule delivery of materials in ample time to avoid delays in construction. If an item is found to be unavailable or have a long lead time, the Contractor shall notify Architect within seven (7) days of contract award.

E. Extent of items to be reused is indicated in the Contract Documents. Dispose of remaining items determined not to be salvaged in a safe, clean, manner and in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. F. Make safe abandoned electrical conduits. G. Terminate abandoned plumbing at entry to tenant space. DIVISION 3 — CONCRETE 03500 CEMENTITIOUS DECKS AND TOPPINGS A. Where leveling or patching of existing concrete floor is required either because surface of slab is not within required tolerance or because resurfacing is required for installation of specified finish, use a self-leveling cementitious topping as indicated below. B. Acceptable Products: a. Ardex Inc. - K-15 Self-leveling Underlayment b. W.R. Bonsal Co. - Self-leveling Underlayment C. Surface Preparation: 1. Subfloors shall be solid, thoroughly cleaned, free from wax, grease, latex compounds, curing compounds, dust, and other similar foreign matter. 2. Cracks and penetrations shall be patched to prevent seepage or leaking of topping. 3. Toppings shall not be applied over gypsum, asphalt, hot patches, waterbase adhesives, and most kinds of lightweight concrete. 4. Surfaces scheduled to receive underlayment topping shall be primed using a suitable primer, as recommended by underlayment manufacturer. DIVISION 5 — METALS 05500 METAL FABRICATIONS

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B. All cold rolled steel shall match Architects sample and be prepared in the following manner (this metal is highly reactive and must be carefully cleaned and sealed. All work is to be performed while wearing rubber gloves or white cotton gloves to keep oils from hands away from metal): 1. Prepare surface with a light brushing to remove loose surface scale (leave most of scale on metal). 2. Clean carefully with an automotive metal conditioner (a degreasing agent). A clean rag must be used and changed frequently to avoid accumulation of oil and grease on rag. 3. The metal is to be pickled. 4. Seal the metal with one mm thick of an matte finish automotive clear coat acrylic lacquer enamel. 5. All materials used must be approved by Architect prior to construction. DIVISION 6 - WOODS AND PLASTICS 06200 FINISH CARPENTRY A. Submittals: 1. Submit shop drawings and hardware catalog cuts of all millwork hardware for review by the Architect in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents. Shop drawings shall show the design and dimensions, and clearly indicate in large scale the construction of the various components, reinforcements, and all other pertinent data and information as required for construction. Any variation from the drawings must be clearly noted as a variation from the requirements. Fabrication of millwork shall not proceed until shop drawings have been reviewed by the Architect. 2. The contractor shall submit a minimum of three (3) 12" x 12" samples of all millwork finishes (including stone and metal) for approval. The Architect shall retain two (2) samples of finishes for record and return a minimum of one sample to Contractor. In circumstances as appropriate, size of samples may be reduced if requested in writing by Contractor and approved by Architect prior to submission. Finishing of millwork shall not proceed until samples have been reviewed. 3. The Contractor shall provide the Architect with anticipated delivery date for all millwork. The Contractor shall continue to monitor in writing the anticipated delivery dates until all finish materials have been received. B. Verification of Existing Conditions: 1. Before proceeding with the millwork, the Contractor is to obtain field measurements, verify dimensions, and provide shop drawings and details to ensure an accurate fit. Any variance found in the field must be brought to the attention of the Architect prior to fabrication. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to coordinate with the millwork subcontractor any revisions or clarifications issued by the Architect. 2. The Contractor shall provide field layout of all work and report any discrepancies to the Architect. C. Execution of the Work: 1. The method of manufacturing, fabricating and installing millwork and equipment and its structural components defined in the Contract Documents is representative and indicates design intent only. If the materials, details or dimensional properties are at variance with the Contractor's or manufacturer's recommendations, alternate details will be considered for review when shop drawings are submitted in accordance with the Contract Documents. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to guarantee that the millwork and equipment will have proper support, stability, and fault-free performance. All work shall conform to Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) standards for premium construction. 2. It is the intent of the Architect that the hardware represent the highest quality and lasting durability for its specific function. If, in the opinion of the Contractor, the hardware indicated on the drawings does not represent the above-stated intent, the Contractor shall notify the Architect in writing with stated reasons and proposed substitutions. 3. Millwork indicated to have transparent finishes shall be constructed according to AWI standards for premium grade construction.

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J. Attachments, connections, or fastenings of any nature are to be properly and permanently secured in conformance with best practice and the Contractor is responsible for improving them accordingly. The drawings show only special conditions to assist the Contractor. They do not illustrate every such detail.

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consequence of the Owner's or Architect's failure to discover or to point out defects or deficiencies during construction; nor will presence of inspectors on Work relieve the Contractor from responsibility for securing quality and progress of Work as required by the Contract. Defective Work revealed within required time guarantees, as specified in the Contract, shall be replaced by Work conforming with the

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4. Millwork covered in wood veneer or plastic laminate shall be fabricated and assembled by skilled workmen to the complete satisfaction of the Architect. Reinforcing as required to ensure a rigid and secure assembly shall be provided, even if not detailed on the drawings. Exposed surfaces shall be free from dents, tool marks, warpage, buckle, glue and open joints. All joint corners and miter connections shall be made tightly so that threads are entirely concealed. All exposed laminate joints shall be shown on shop drawings and reviewed by the Architect. 5. For millwork indicating plastic laminate exterior finished surfaces, provide white (or black) melamine as the interior cabinet and drawer surface finish (unless otherwise noted in the Drawings and details). 6. Install millwork to be plumb, level, true and straight with no distortions. Shim as required using concealed shims. 7. Scribe and cut Work to fit adjoining Work and refinish cut surfaces or repair damaged finish at cuts. Provide clear sealant at all joints. 8. Anchor millwork to built-in blocking or directly attach to substrate. Secure to grounds, strapping and blocking with counter-sunk, concealed fasteners and blind nailing as required for a complete installation. 9. The Contractor shall be responsible for making certain that millwork items are not delivered until areas are sufficiently dry so that the millwork will not be damaged by excessive changes in moisture content. All delivered units shall match the final approved shop drawings and samples. Units which are marred, chipped or otherwise damaged shall be repaired or replaced as determined by the Architect. Units shall be protected during shipment and installation. After installation of units in their proper location, all protection shall be removed and all surfaces thoroughly cleaned to the complete satisfaction of the Architect. Surfaces shall then be recovered and protected. 10. Repair or replace damaged or defective millwork wherever deemed necessary. If millwork cannot be adequately repaired, it shall be replaced to the satisfaction of the Architect. 11. All standing and running trim pieces shall be plain sawn hardwood Grade I lumber to meet AWI requirements for Premium Grade. DIVISION 8 — DOORS AND WINDOWS 08100 STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES A. Submittals 1. Shop Drawings: a. Submit shop drawings that show elevations of each door design, door construction details, and methods of assembling sections, hardware locations, and installation methods, dimensions, and shapes of materials, anchorage and fastening methods, door frame types and details, wall opening construction details, and finish requirements. b. Indicate location of each unit in Project. c. Shop drawings submittal shall be coordinated with shop drawings submission of related portions of Work, such as: i.) Wood Doors ii.) Hardware B. Quality Assurance 1. Qualifications: a. Single Source Responsibility: i.) To greatest extent possible, frames, anchors, etc. shall be products of a single manufacturer or items standard with manufacturer of hollow metal products. ii.) Provide secondary materials which are produced or are specifically recommended by hollow metal products manufacturer to ensure compatibility. 2. Certifications: a. Fire doors shall bear labels approved by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc or Warnock Hersey International. Provide fire rated doors with a label permanently attached to either hinge stile or to top rail, showing testing agency approval for classification scheduled. C. Hollow Metal Doors 1. Non-Rated Doors: Seamless hollow steel doors a. Grade: SDI Grade II, Heavy Duty; Model 2 b. Gauge: 18 gauge c. Core Material: Acoustical insulation at interior applications, thermal insulation at exterior applications. 2. Fire Rated Doors: Seamless hollow steel doors a. Grade: SDI Grade II, Heavy Duty; Model 2 b. Gauge: 18 gauge c. Core Material: Acoustical insulation d. Label: As indicated on Drawings. D. Hollow Metal Frames 1. Non-Rated Frames: a. Gauge: 16 gauge b. Frames over 4'-0" (1200 mm) wide: 14 gauge 2. Fire Rated Frames: a. Rated hollow metal frames shall follow same general criteria as indicated for non-rated units. b. Provide rated units in compliance with ASTM E152. c. Rated units shall bear UL label certificate indicated on Drawings. E. Finishes 1. Shop Priming: a. Doors and frames shall be chemically treated to ensure maximum paint adhesion and coated, on exposed surfaces, with a rustinhibitive primer suitable as a base for finish paints. b. Apply primer of even consistency to provide a uniform finished surface. Allow to fully cure before shipment. F. Frame Tolerances: 1. Squareness: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a. Measured on a line 90 degrees from one jamb, at upper corner of frame at other jamb. 2. Alignment: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a. Measured on jambs on a horizontal line parallel to plane of wall. 3. Twist: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a. Measured at face corners of jambs on parallel lines perpendicular to plane of wall.

2. Remove and replace defective work. 08210 WOOD DOORS A. Submittals 1. Shop Drawings: a. Submit shop drawings and schedules indicating location and size of each door. b. Indicate construction details, elevations, materials, thickness, door swing, stile and rail dimensions, undercuts, locations of finish hardware by dimension and locations/details of openings and louvers and other pertinent data. c. Shop drawings submittal shall be coordinated with shop drawings submission of related portions of Work, such as: i.) Hollow metal doors and frames ii.) Hardware iii.) Aluminum door frames B. Quality Assurance 1. Single Source Responsibility: a. To greatest extent possible, wood doors shall be products of a single manufacturer. b. Provide secondary materials which are produced or are specifically recommended by manufacturer of wood doors to ensure uniformity of quality and appearance throughout Project. 2. Regulatory Requirements: a. Comply with applicable provisions and recommendations of AWI for materials, fabrication, and machining of wood doors. C. Manufactured Units 1. Solid Core Wood Doors: Flush slab; AWI 1300 a. Grade: Premium b. Core Materials: PC-5; Particleboard; ANSI A208.1, grade 1-LD-1 c. Face Veneers: As indicated D. Fabrication 1. General Requirements: a. Wood doors shall be machined by manufacturer for cutouts, hinges, locks, and hardware needing routing and mortising. Rabbeting needed to properly hang doors shall be performed by manufacturer prior to finishing. b. Doors may, at Contractor's option, be completely pre-fitted for all hardware by door manufacturer. 2. Flush Slab Doors: a. Vertical and horizontal edges of solid core doors shall be bonded to core and then abrasively planed before veneering to ensure minimal telegraphing of core part through veneers. b. Provide doors with 1 3/4" (45 mm) minimum thickness, 2--ply stile and rail edges outer ply of same wood species as face veneer; inner ply mill option. c. Glue lines between face and frame, and between plies of face shall be Type II rigid set adhesive. E. Finishes 1. Painted Doors: a. Doors shall be factory primed for paint six sides. Sanding of prime coat shall be done in field just prior to application of field applied paint. F. Fabrication Tolerances 1. Size: a. Thickness: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) ii.) Length: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) iii.) Standard Widths: +/- 1/16 (1.5 mm) iv.) Pre-fit widths: +/- 1/32" (0.8 mm) b. Factory Hardware Preparation: Comply with tolerances indicated on hardware templates. c. Warp shall be measured as a distortion in door itself, and shall not refer to door in relation to frame or jamb in which it is hung. Warp shall not exceed 1/4" (6 mm) in plane of door itself. G. Installation 1. General Requirements: a. Hand doors to operate freely, but not loosely, and free from rattling when in latched position. Door shall be free from hinge bound conditions, sticking or binding with hardware properly adjusted and in functioning order. b. Align doors to frame for proper fit and uniform clearance. Fit doors tightly against stops. Doors which are warped, twisted, or which are not in true plane shall be removed and replaced at no additional cost to Owner. c. Trim door width by cutting equally on both jamb edges. Seal cut surfaces after fitting and matching. d. Trim door height by cutting equally from top and bottom edges to a maximum of 3/4". Seal cut surfaces after field cutting with oil base paint, lacquer, or varnish. e. Surface mounted hardware items on solid core doors shall be applied with sheet metal screws in pilot drilled holes. f. Provide threaded-to-head wood screws for fastening hardware. g. Pilot holes shall be drilled for screws attaching hinges, lock hardware and other devices to wood doors. Pilot holes shall not exceed 90% of root diameter of screw. 2. Hanging Tolerances: a. Space between head and jamb and door shall be no more than 1/8" (3 mm). b. Doors shall not extend beyond 1/16" (1.5 mm) from face of jamb, nor more than 1/8" (3 mm) behind jamb face. c Diagonal Distortion (Warp): 1/4" (6 mm) maximum i.) Tolerance shall be measured with a straight edge or taught string, corner to corner, over an imaginary 36" x 84" (900 mm x 2100 mm) surface area. d. Vertical Distortion (Bow): 1/4" (6 mm) maximum i.) Tolerance shall be measured with a straight edge or taught string, top to bottom, over an imaginary 36" x 84" (900 mm x 2100 mm) surface area. e Width Distortion (Cup): 1/4" (6 mm) maximum i.) Tolerance shall be measured with a straight edge or taught string, edge to edge, over an imaginary 36" x84" (900 mm x 2100 mm) surface area. f. Undercut doors sufficiently to allow clearance above finish floors and where indicated on Drawings to allow for adequate air transfer. i.) Where scheduled floor finish material is less than 1/2" (12 mm) thick, allow not more than 5/8" (16 mm) above top of substrate to which is applied. ii.) Where scheduled floor finish material is more than 1/2" (12 mm) thick, allow not more than 1/4" (6 mm) above finish material. iii.) Allow not more than 1/4" (6mm) above threshold. H. Adjusting 1. Adjust and check each door to ensure proper operation and function. 2. Replace or rehang doors which are hinge bound and do not swing or operate freely. Replace or rehang doors which are warped, twisted, or which are not in true planes. 3. Replace prefinished doors damaged during installation. SECTION 08450 - ALL-GLASS ENTRANCES A. SUBMITTALS 1. Product Data: a. Submit manufacturer's literature describing products to be provided. 2. Shop Drawings: a. Submit shop drawings for systems. Show anchorage, field connections, and glazing for component parts and prepare coordination details for entire system including framing and bracing to structure. b. Shop drawings shall show scale elevations and sections. Full size sections shall be shown only when needed for clarity.
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Brite Vue Glass - Tot al Vision Concept Entrance System Guardian/Falconer - Designer Door Series; Type A Virginia Glass - VIR 92-01/02; Type AGA door

Glazing Channels: a. Top Channel: 1" x 2" no minal b. Bottom Channel: 1" x 1" nominal c. Finish: [Stainless Steel #4 , satin brushed ] [Match BHMA #62 5 (US26)]

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DOOR HARDWARE 1. Overhead Closers:

a.Concealed overhead closers s hall be hea vy duty, fully hydraulic, full rack and pinion action with adjustable sprin g power. Closers s hall be sized in compliance with re quireme nts for accessibility for ha ndicapped a nd recommendations of ma nufacturer.
b. Acceptable Products: i. Dorma - RTS88 ii. LCN - 6030 Series w/CP 150 pivot iii. Norton - 4900 Series w/490 pivot

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1. Floor Closers: a. Provide floor closers with separate valves to control closing, latching, and back che ck, complete with cement case, top pivot, botton arm, and finish plate. Closers shall be siz ed in c ompliance with requirements for accessibility for handicapped and recommendations of manufacturer. b. Acceptable Products: i. Dorma - BTS 75 ii. Dor-O-Matic - 3300 iii. Rixon - G5023-5025 Push/Pull Bars: Horizontal push bar/offset pull bar combinati on a. Size: 1" diameter b. Projection: 2 1/2" nominal c. Offset: 2 1/4" (nominal d. Mounting: i. Pull Bar: 12" center to center ii. Push Bar: 33" center to center e. Finish: [BHMA #630 (US32D)] [BHMA #625 (US26)] f. Acceptable Products: i. Builders Brass Works - 2960 ii. Hiawatha - 658B x 1081 LBP iii. Rockwood - 15847 Push/Pull Bars: Concealed panic device a. Size: 1 1/4" diameter b. Finish: [BHMA #630 (US32D)] [BHMA #625 (US26)] c. Acceptable Product: Blumcr aft - [H100-D]

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INSTALLATION 1. All-Glass E ntrance System: a. Install all-glass entrance system in compliance with manufacturer's instructions. b. Use a method of attachment to structure to perm it sufficient adjustment to accommodate construction tolerances and irregularities. c. Fit, a lign, and adjust door assemblies plumb and level, to pro vide a smooth operation.

ii. Door Sills: 1/4" iii. Butt Glazing Joints: 3/8", except between sidelights and glass transoms, which shall be 1/8" 08700 HARDWARE

A. Product Data: 1. Submit manufacturer's literature describing products to be provided. B. Shop Drawings: 1. Submit a minimum of 3 copies of hardware schedule. Indicate location of hardware set, cross-referenced to indications on Drawings, manufacturer's name and product number, finish, and other similar information describing hardware to be provided. C. Regulatory Requirements: 1. Federal Accessibility Regulations: a. Americans with Disabilities Act - ADA b. Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards - UFAS 2. National Fire Protection Association: a. NFPA 80 Standard for Fire Doors and Windows b. NFPA 101 Life Safety Code c. NFPA 105 Smoke- and Draft-Control Door Assemblies D. General Requirements: 1. Items of hardware not definitely specified, but needed for satisfactory installation of hardware shall be provided. Such items shall be of type and quality suitable for service needed and comparable to adjacent hardware. 2. Doors with locksets shall be furnished with non-removable pins hinges. 3. Securely install finish hardware items in compliance with accepted schedule and templates furnished with hardware.

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G. Door Clearances Subject to +/- 1/32" (.08 mm) tolerance: 1. Head and Jambs: 1/8" (3 mm) 2. Undercut doors sufficiently to allow clearance above finish floors and where indicated on Drawings to allow for adequate air transfer. a. Where scheduled floor finish material is less than 1/2" (12 mm) thick, allow not more than 5/8" (16 mm) above top of substrate to which it is applied. b. Where scheduled floor finish material is more than 1/2" (21 mm) thick, allow not more than 1/4" (6mm) above finish material. c. Where a threshold is used, allow not more than 1/4" (6mm) above threshold. H. Adjustments 1. Prime Coat Touch-up: a. Sand smooth all rusted or damaged areas of prime coat and touch-up with compatible air-drying primer b. Touch-up areas shall not be obvious. 2. Final Adjustments: a. Check and re-adjust operating finish hardware just prior to final inspection and after painting hinges if hinges are indicated to be painted. b. Remove and replace defective work. 08120 ALUMINUM DOOR FRAMES A. Submittals 1. Shop Drawings: a. Submit shop drawings that show elevations of frames, construction details, and methods of assembling sections, hardware locations, and installation methods, dimensions, and shapes of materials, anchorage and fastening methods, wall opening construction details, and finish requirements. b. Indicate location of each unit in Project. c. Shop drawings submittal shall be coordinated with shop drawings submission of related portions of Work, such as: i.) Wood Doors ii.) Hardware B. Extruded Aluminum Frames 1. Finish: Clear anodized

5. Verify keying requirements with Owner. Furnish 2 keys per lock with a maximum of 8 keys per keyed alike set. 6. Before final completion, adjust hardware so that doors operate in perfect order. Test and adjust hardware for quiet, smooth operation, free of sticking, binding, or rattling. Adjust closers for proper, smooth operation. 7. At final completion, properly tag and identify keys and deliver to Owner. DIVISION 9 — FINISHES 09000 GENERAL FINISH NOTES

A. Submittals: 1. The Contractor shall submit a minimum of three (3) 12" x 12" square samples of each scheduled finish for review by the Architect. The Architect shall retain two (2) samples of finishes for record and return a minimum of one sample to Contractor.

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3. Samples: a. Submit 2 samples of finished metal materials: i. Extrusions: 12" lengths ii. Sheet or Plate Materials: 6" squares b. Submit 2 samples of glass. i. Sample Size: 12" x 12" 4. Quality Assurance Submittals: a. Certificates: i. Provide certification by Safety Glazing Certification Council that safety glazing materials meet specified requirements. ii. Provide certification of Heat Checking of tempered glass. Contract Close-out Submittals: a. Submit instructions to be followed in cleaning and maintaining components of system. Include a copy of instruction in Operation and Maintenance Data Manual.

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The Contractor shall advise the Architect of locations of changes in dye lots, batches or similar color shifts.

B. Quality Assurance: 1. Before proceeding with procurement of finishes, the Contractor shall field verify dimensions to assure that sufficient quantities of materials are ordered to complete the work. 2. The Contractor shall refer to the Drawings for specific locations of finishes. Should the Contractor find any discrepancies, omissions, ambiguities or conflicts on the plans, the Contractor shall bring the item(s) to the attention of the Architect for direction, before ordering materials or proceeding with any work in question. 3. Finishes to be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer's specifications and instructions and in a manner consistent with the highest quality standards of workmanship. 4. Where there is a question as to the acceptable level of quality for the installation of any materials, the Architect shall act as mediator. 5. Upon receipt from the manufacturer, inspect materials for defects, flaws, shipping damage, correct color and pattern. Prior to beginning work, damaged or wrong materials shall be returned to the manufacturer for immediate replacement to prevent delays in the completion of the work. 6. Compliance with the manufacturer's requirements for handling, storage, installation and protection is the exclusive responsibility of the Contractor. 7. Finishes shall extend over, under and/or behind any item of built-in millwork, equipment, mirrors, etc., as indicated on the drawings. 09250 A. General 1. The Contractor shall notify Architect of date for partition layout. Layout shall be reviewed by Architect prior to construction. 2. All gypsum board installation shall be done by a qualified installer with experience in commercial applications similar in scope to this project. 3. Gypsum board installation shall conform to ASTM C840, the recommendations of the Gypsum Association, the specific recommendations of the manufacturer, and the requirements of the UL Fire Resistance Directory (at fire rated partitions) 4. At areas where existing partitions are indicated to remain, repair and prepare existing gypsum board surface to accept new finish. Quality of repaired and prepared surface of existing partition shall be equal to that of newly constructed partitions. B. Metal Framing 1. Installation of metal framing for interior gypsum board shall conform to ASTM C754. 2. Metal stud gauge for partitions shall be 25 gauge minimum unless noted otherwise. Metal studs at fire rated partitions shall be 20 gauge minimum. 3. Metal stud framing shall conform to ASTM C754 as follows: Stud Depth GWB layers Max height* Stud spacing each side L/240 @ 5 lbs/sf on center ______________________________________________________ 2 1/2" one 11'-8" 16" GYPSUM BOARD

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B. QUALITY ASSURANCE 1. Regulatory Requirements: a. Provide glazing at Hazardous Locations as determined by CPSC 16 CFR 1201. Glazing shall be in compliance with Consumer Product Safety Act and shall have been tested and labeled. b. Safety glazing shall conform to requirements of ANSI Z97.1. C. MATERIALS 1. Glass: Tempered; ASTM C1048 3 a. Classifications: ASTM C1036; Type 1, class 1, quality q b. Thickness: 1/2" c. Color: Clear 2. Rail Fittings: a. Top Rail: 1 3/4" x 4" nominal b. Bottom Rail: 1 3/4" x 4" nominal c. Finish: [Stainless Steel #4, satin brushed] [Match BHMA #625 (US26)] d. Acceptable Products: i. Blumcraft - 640C ii. Brite Vue Glass - Frameless Door Entrance System iii. Guardian/Falconer - Standard 4" Door Rail; Type P door iv. Virginia Glass - VGS 60-55; Type P door 2. Patch Fittings: a. Top Corner Patch: 2" x 6 1/2" nominal b. Bottom Corner Patch: 2" x 6 1/2" nominal c. Finish: [Stainless Steel #4, satin brushed] [Match BHMA #625 (US26)] d. Acceptable Products:

2. Products: a. Ragland Manufacturing Company, Inc. - RACO Classic Freestanding Series b. Avalon Dual Lock Partition System, Inc. - Eagle C. Tolerances: 1. Squareness: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a. Measured on a line 90 degrees from one jamb, at upper corner of frame at other jamb. 2. Alignment: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a. Measured on jambs on a horizontal line parallel to plane of wall. 3. Twist: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a. Measured at face corners of jambs on parallel lines perpendicular to plane of wall. 4. Plumbness: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a.) Measured on jambs at floor. D. Adjustments 1. Check and re-adjust operating finish hardware just prior to final inspection.

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4. Plumbness: +/- 1/16" (1.5 mm) a.) Measured on jambs at floor.

4. Install locksets, surface mounted closers, and trim after finishing of doors and frames is complete.

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B. Prepare the existing, base building slab prior to installation of the scheduled flooring. All surfaces shall be sealed, sized or properly prepared per manufacturer's specifications and recommendations. The Contractor shall flash patch all uneven floor slab surfaces in order to provide a flat, smooth and continuous floor surface. C. VCT shall be laid in straight grid (not basket weave) direction. Refer to drawings for color patterns and direction. D. 2 1/2" cove base shall be used at all VCT locations. 2 1/2" straight base shall be used at carpet locations unless noted otherwise. The Contractor shall use inside and outside corners and end stops for all areas specified. Use roll goods only. No seam shall occur within 6" of an outside corner. E. Install black resilient transition/reducer strip between VCT and other floor finishes. 09680 CARPET A. Submittals 1. Shop Drawings: a. Clearly indicate locations of seams, methods of joining seams, direction of carpet, type of adhesive to be used, method of integrating resilient trim with carpet, and installation procedures. 2. Samples: a Submit a minimum of three samples of each carpet to be used, sufficiently sized to clearly indicate construction, but not less than 12" x 12". b. Submit samples, 12" long, of moldings and trims. B. Project Conditions 1. Field measurements: a. Verify dimensions in field that may affect installation. Installer shall be responsible for accuracy of measurements of total yardage, individual floor yardage requirements, dye lot yardage placement, extra yardage for pattern matching, and roll length requirements. 2. Surface Preparation: a. Clean floors of dust, dirt, solvents, oil, grease, paint, plaster, and other substances which could be detrimental to proper performance of adhesive and carpet. Allow floors to thoroughly dry. b. Remove sub-floor ridges and bumps. Fill low spots, cracks, joints, holes, and other defects, using subfloor filler compatible with carpet and adhesives. c. Use an approved cementitious filler to patch cracks, small holes, and for leveling. Do not use gypsum-based leveling and patching materials. C. Installation 1. General Requirements: a. Check matching of carpet before installing and ensure there is no visible variation between dye lots. b. Do not place heavy objects such as furniture on carpeted surfaces for a minimum of 24 hours or until adhesive has set. c. Entire carpet installation is to be laid tight and flat to subfloor, well fastened at edges, and present a uniform pleasing appearance. Ensure a monolithic color, pattern and texture match within area. 2. Layout: a. Lay carpet on floors with pile in same direction of anticipated traffic. Do not change run of pile in one room. b. Fit carpet neatly and snugly around projections through floor and to walls and other vertical surfaces with no gaps. 3. Transitional Moldings and Trim: a. Install resilient trim where carpet terminates at other floor coverings, or at carpet termination that does not abut a vertical surface. Use full length pieces only. Butt tight to vertical surfaces. Where splicing cannot be avoided, butt ends tight and flush. D. Protection 1. If needed to protect finished installation from dirt or paint, or if additional work is to be done after installation, cover carpet with a nonstaining building material paper. Plastic sheeting shall not be used over carpet installation. 2. Protect installation from rolling traffic by using sheets of hardboard or plywood in affected areas. 3. Traffic over adhesive applications shall be restricted for a minimum of 24 to 48 hours to allow proper adhesive cure. 4. Temperature of carpeted areas shall not fall below 50 degrees F, regardless of age of installation. 09715 STRETCHED FABRIC PANEL SYSTEM SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: 1. Submit manufacturer's literature describing products to be provided. B. Shop Drawings: 1. Submit scaled shop drawings showing arrangement of panel joints, thickness, locations of seams, methods of joining seams, direction of fabric, and other similar detailed information necessary to fully describe installation. C. Samples: 1. Submit a minimum of 3 samples as follows: a. Each type mounting channels b. Each type fabric facing c. Each type core material 2. Sample Size: 12" x 12” or 12" in length as appropriate to material D. Quality Assurance Submittals: 1. Test Reports: a. Submit test reports for stretched fabric panel system prepared by an independent testing laboratory indicating full compliance with both acoustical and fire resistance performance requirements. i) Fire ratings shall be for a complete assembly, including perimeter and intermediate longitudinal or butt joint framing extrusions, core material, and fabric covering. b. Submit test reports for fabric covering prepared by an independent testing laboratory indicating compliance with specified fire resistance performance requirements. PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Environmental Requirements: 1. Maintain ambient temperature and humidity within spaces to receive stretched fabric panel system at levels indicated for final acceptance. Levels shall be maintained continuously from at least 48 hours prior installation until space is turned over to Owner. MATERIALS A. Stretched Fabric Panel System: 1. Stretched fabric panel system shall consist of continuous perimeter and mid-wall rigid polymer extrusions applied directly to substrate. Hinged type extrusions shall not be acceptable. Prefabricated panels do not satisfy intent of this specification. a. Panel Size: As indicated on Drawings b. Edge Configuration: Square c. Mid-Wall Configuration: Butt joint 2. Acceptable Product: Novawall B. Core Materials: 1. Acoustical Core: Semi-rigid fiberglass board a. Density: 6 pcf. b. Thickness: 1" [2"] [1/2"] nominal c. Noise Reduction Coefficient; determined by ASTM C423: 0.65 [0.95] [0.55] minimum 2. Tackable Core: Mineral fiberboard a. Density: 24 pcf.; ±2 pcf. b. Thickness: 1/2" 3. Fire Resistance: ASTM E84, NFPA 255, or UL 723 a. Complete panel assembly, including framework, mid-wall support, mounting devices, core, and fabric shall have a Class A rating. i) Flame Spread: 25 or less ii) Smoke Developed: Not to exceed 450 C. Fabric Facing: 1. Flammability: Class A; ASTM E84, NFPA 255, or UL 723 2. Selections: Refer to Schedule of Finishes INSTALLATION A. Stretched Fabric Panel System: 1. Install system in strict compliance with shop drawings and manufacturer's instructions. 2. Visible surfaces shall be fully covered and free from wrinkles, sags, blisters, and foreign matter. 3. Core materials shall be installed in a continuous manner, flush and level with framework. Core materials shall not telescope through face of fabric. 4. Panel joints shall be tight, straight, true, plumb, and in proper relation to building lines without ripples, waviness, and "hourglass" effects. 5. Facing fabric shall be stretched over system, leaving fabric floating above core surface. Fabric facing application shall not utilize adhesives, nails, tacks, screws, or tapes. 6. Install fabric with warp and weft threads plumb, level, and true. Patterns, textures, and grain of fabric shall be aligned and matched at seams. Throughout entire seam, join wall panels without distortion to geometry of fabric or pattern. 7. Seaming of fabric shall not be allowed.

8. System shall allow for removal and replacement of fabric facing from individual panels. Removal of fabric shall provide access to surface behind fabric, without dismantling, removal, or replacement of mounting extrusions. 9. Provide FRT wood blocking behind fabric and flush with core material as required for attachments or artwork and as indicated on drawings. 09900 PAINTING A. Submittals 1. Provide a minimum of three 12” x 12” samples for each color and each finish indicated in the finish schedule. B. Products 1. See finish schedule for manufacturers, colors and finishes. C. Execution 1. General: a. Prior to paint application, the Contractor shall schedule a review of final paint color locations with the Architect in the field. b. See finish plan and interior elevations for specific locations of paint colors and finishes. c. Where paints of two different types or colors abut, the seam shall be on an inside corner only. d. Final coat of paint shall be roll applied at all GWB surfaces. 2. Preparation: a. Remove blistered, peeling and scaling paint or chalk deposits to sound substrates. b. Completely remove sealants or caulking. c. Dull glossy surfaces. d. At metal surfaces, remove rust, oil, grease and other contaminants harmful to painting. Sand clean and spot prime. e. At GWB surfaces; repair surface defects with joint compound, fill flush and sand smooth. Clean surfaces of dust, grease and dirt. f. At wood surfaces; sand smooth and remove dust. Countersink nails and fill nail holes, cracks and open joints with putty or wood filler. 3. Application (unless noted otherwise): a. At GWB surfaces: One (1) primer coat: Vinyl acrylic primer sealer. Two (2) finish coats: Vinyl acrylic latex; eggshell finish @ walls, flat @ ceilings. b. At interior wood surfaces to be painted: One (1) primer coat: Alkyd enamel underbody. Two (2) finish coats: Vinyl acrylic latex semi-gloss enamel. c. At interior metal surfaces to be painted: One (1) primer coat: Rust-inhibiting alkyd primer. Two (2) finish coats: Alkyd gloss enamel. 4. Clean-up: a. The Contractor shall provide one final touch-up of paint surfaces after the Owner has moved into the space. DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS 12490 - WINDOW SHADES SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: 1. Submit manufacturer's literature describing products to be provided. B. Samples: 1. Submit minimum of 3 samples of each shade fabric. Sample Size: 6" x 6" MANUAL CHAIN SHADES A. Acceptable Manufacturers: 1. Direct Path Corp. - Nysan Shading Systems 2. MechoShade Systems Inc. B. Manual Chain Operator: Unitized premoulded construction 1. Mounting Brackets: L shaped steel a. Size: 2 7/8" x 3" 2. Drive Chain: #10 stainless steel a. Strength: 90 lbs. test C. Shade Tube Assembly: Extruded aluminum tube 1. Size: 1 3/8" diameter 2. Finish: Anodized; clear D. Aluminum Fascia: Extruded aluminum; 6063-T5 alloy 1. Size: 3" x 2" nominal 2. Thickness: 1/16" 3. Finish: Match adjacent window framing F. Shade Fabric: PVC coated fiberglass fabric 1. Selections: Refer to Schedule of Finishes 2. Fire Performance Characteristics: NFPA 701; pass

A. Electrical receptacles shall be Decora by Leviton (800-323-8920). Color shall be black except for receptacles on dedicated circuits which shall be gray and isolated ground receptacles which shall be orange. Receptacle faceplates shall be stainless steel with a satin or brushed finish. B. Switches shall be Decora by Leviton (800-323-8920). Color shall be black. Switch faceplates shall be stainless steel with a satin or brushed finish. C. Dimmers shall be Decora by Leviton (800-323-8920) or visually match Decora style. Dimmers shall be compatible with light fixtures and ballasts. Color shall be black. Faceplates shall be stainless steel with a satin or brushed finish where possible - faceplates shall match dimmer at other locations.

* The use of these tables shall be limited to applications involving simply supported conditions. Where studs are braced at or below maximum stud height ( by suspended ceiling or separate bracing), the overall height may be increased by 50%. 4. Metal runners shall correspond in size and gauge to metal studs. Metal runners shall be continuous and attachment shall be at 24" on center unless noted otherwise. 5. Metal furring shall be spaced at 24" on center unless noted otherwise. C. Fire Rated Gypsum Board Partitions 1. Fire rated partitions shall conform to UL design number indicated. Refer to UL Fire Resistance Directory - Volume I (latest edition) for additional information. 2. All Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing penetrations in fire rated partitions shall be sealed at their perimeter with approved fire rated sealer. D. Sound Rated Partitions 1. Sound rated partitions shall conform to ASTM E497, Standard Practice for Installing Sound-Isolating Lightweight Partitions. 2. All Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing penetrations in sound rated partitions shall be sealed at their perimeter with approved acoustical sealer. E. Gypsum Board Finish Notes 1. Gypsum board shall be installed and finished to within 1/4" of floor slab. 2. All Gypsum board panel joints, joints to existing construction, edge trim, corner beads, and pre-formed reveals shall be tapped, bedded in joint compound, and sanded smooth with no visible joints. Provide proper backing for all reveals as recommended by manufacturer. 3. Outside corners of gypsum board shall have metal corner beads (screwed type), unless noted otherwise. 4. Metal edge trim shall match USG #200B series and shall be in sizes corresponding to gypsum board thickness. 5. Alignment of door heads and other critical horizontal elements shall be maintained at a constant level relative to the ceiling plane, and shall not follow variations in floor plane. 6. Partition types above door are to be same as the adjacent partitions unless noted otherwise. 7. Align face of partitions with face of adjacent column unless noted otherwise. 8. Provide additional studs as required to achieve outlet groupings. Coordinate with engineering drawings. F. Blocking 1. Wood blocking shall be fire retardant treated (FRT). Install wood blocking as required in partitions at wall hung shelving, cabinets, artwork, toilet partitions and accessories, etc. Verify blocking requirements with millwork subcontractor and review with the Architect for acceptance prior to installation. 09300 TILE A. Submittals 1. Tile samples indicating all sizes, shapes, and colors. 2. Grout color B. Installation method 1. Floor surfaces: Tile Council of America installation # F113-96, dry-set mortar or latex-Portland cement mortar. 2. Vertical surfaces: Tile Council of America installation # W242-96, thin set organic adhesive. C. Prepare the existing base building slab prior to installation of tile. All surfaces shall be sealed, sized or properly prepared per manufacturer's specifications and recommendations. The Contractor shall flash patch all uneven floor slab surfaces in order to provide a flat, smooth and continuous floor surface. D. Install white marble threshold at doors that define transitions between ceramic tile and other floor finishes. Threshold shall be shaped to meet ADA requirements. 09510 ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS A. Submittals 1. Submit a minimum of three samples of the following: a. Acoustical ceiling panels: 6" x 6" minimum b. Suspension system components: 12" in length B. Quality Assurance 1. To the greatest extent possible, materials, including exposed wall moldings, suspensions systems, and accessories, shall be products of a single manufacturer or items standard with manufacturer of acoustical ceiling panel units. C. Materials 1. Suspension system: ASTM C635 a. Grid Components: i.) Exposed Tee: Die cut and interlocking ii.) Wall Moldings: Hemmed angle iii.) Face dimension: 15/16" iv.) Finish: Baked polyester paint v.) Color: 1.) White at locations with acoustical ceiling panels 2.) Black at locations with open grid b. Acceptable Products: i.) Armstrong - Prelude XL Exposed Tee System ii.) USG Interiors - DX Grid System 2. Acoustical Ceiling Panels: ASTM E1264 a. Size: 24" x 24" b. Thickness: 3/4” c. Edge: Beveled tegular lay-in d. Color: White e. Acceptable Products: i.) Armstrong - Angled Tegular Cirrus ii.) USG Interiors - Eclipse Tapered D. Installation 1. Grid System: a. Install grid system in compliance with ASTM C636, manufacturer's instructions, and as supplemented in this section. b. Install grid system in a true, even plane and in straight courses as indicated on Drawings and accepted shop drawings. c. Coordinate and fit ceiling components to grilles, lighting fixtures, and other related items. In determining location and spacing of hangers and primary runners, take into consideration weight of grilles, light fixtures, etc., that are to be installed in conjunction with acoustical ceilings. d. Provide stabilizer bars, clips, splices, and edge moldings needed for a complete installation. e. Hang grid system independent of walls, columns, ducts, pipes and conduit. Where carrying members are spliced, avoid visible displacement of face plane of adjacent members. f. Where ducts or other equipment prevent regular spacing of hangers, reinforce nearest affected hangers and related carrying channels to span extra distance. g. Do not support components on main runners or cross runners if weight causes total dead load to exceed maximum deflection limitations. Support fixture loads by supplementary hangers located within 6" (150 mm) of each corner; or support components independently. h. Do not eccentrically load system, or produce rotation of runners. 2. Moldings and Trim a. Install wall moldings at intersection of suspended ceiling and vertical surfaces, using longest practical lengths. Provide moldings at junctions with other interruptions and as needed to cover edges of acoustical ceiling panels. b. Attach moldings and trims with screws spaced not more than 16" (400 mm) on center and within 3" (75 mm) of ends of each piece being installed. c. Moldings and trim shall be level with suspension system and within tolerances specified for suspension system. d. Miter corners and align butt joints where wall moldings intersect to form tight, hairline joints. e. Face riveting of moldings and trim shall not be acceptable. 3. Tolerances a. Deflection of grid components shall not exceed 1/360 of span. b. Variation from Flat and Level Surface: 1/8" (3 mm) in 10 feet (3000 mm) maximum. c. Variation from Plumb of Grid Members: 2 degrees maximum; caused by eccentric loads. E. Adjusting and Cleaning 1. Follow grid system manufacturer's recommendations for methods and materials to clean and touch-up exposed components. 2. Replace components which are discolored or damaged in any way, in a manner which results in grid system showing no evidence of replacement work. 09650 RESILIENT FLOORING A. Submittals: 1. Vinyl composition tile sample. 2. Black resilient transition/reducer strip (provided at changes in flooring). 3. Vinyl cove and straight base.

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1. Unitized premoulded construction, shipped completely assembled from factory requiring only a few on-site adjustments to install. 2. Chain operator assembly shall be set for travel length of shade, on-site without disassembly of hardware. 3. Drive chain shall be #10 stainless steel, strength for 41 kg (90 lb.) test; Manufactured with precise automatic braking system, to eliminate breakage of chain under normal usage. 4. Shade shall not be operable by pulling hem bar downward. FABRICATION A. General Requirements: 1. Shading system components shall be manufactured and assembled to allow for custom installation techniques to suit Project conditions. 2. Finished assemblies shall be, square, true to size and free from distortion, twist, or other defects that could effect their strength, operation or appearance. 3. Fabric shall be colorfast , and retain its shape, and shall not be affected by moisture or heat. Cut fabric to eliminate glare and reverberation from shining surfaces maintaining exterior view. Top of fabric shall be retained in recessed spline of shade roller; bottom of fabric shall be retained in extruded hem bar. 4. Fasteners shall be non-corrosive type, suitable for intended application. B. Aluminum Fascia: 1. Fascias shall be custom designed closures to fit onto premoulded end mounting brackets without exposed fasteners. D. Shade Fabric: 1. Top of fabric shall be retained in recessed spline of shade roller; bottom of fabric shall be retained in extruded hem bar, without exposed fasteners. E. Hem Bar: 1. Bar shall be shaped steel profile, engineered to weight requirements, insert in welded hem bar pocket and closed ends, to maintain bottom of shade fabric straight and flat. INSTALLATION A. General requirements: 1. Make accurate measurements of site conditions before fabrication. Check layout of glazing framing sections, spans, and loading capabilities. 2. Shades shall be install by manufacturers' skilled installers in strict compliance with manufacturers' recommendations. 3. Shades shall be installed plumb, square, and rigidly coupled, adequately anchored. Maintain uniform clearances, accurate alignment levels and parallel installation with window plane. 4. Install tube with shade fabric already attached. Shade fabric shall be pre-measured and manufactured off-site. 5. Adjust shades and operating components as needed to ensure smooth and trouble free operation without binding. Fabric shall hang flat without buckling or distortion. Replace units or components which cannot be adjusted to hang properly or operate smoothly. DIVISION 16 — ELECTRICAL (Note: Refer to engineering drawings for complete electrical specifications.) 16050 BASIC MATERIALS

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1 toilet for 500 occupants required 1/2 men = 1/2 women = total :

required WC: 0.07 0.07 0

required Lav: 0.05 0.05 0.1 Provided Lav: 2

existing bathroom fixtures per floor: Provided WC: Ground Floor 2

Alignment with Established Element

+ 32.16'

Elevation above grade – Building Section or Building Elevation

TEL.

8'-6"

Elevation above finished floor – Plans

DRAWING INDEX
12"

ARCHITECTURAL
36.5 170

Revision Cloud and Marker 1

UP
DNUP
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ISSUED FOR

1
A1.1 A1.2 A1.3 A1.4 A1.5 A2.1 A2.2 A2.3 A3.1 A3.2 A3.3 A3.4 CONSTRUCTION PLAN FIXTURE / MILLWORK PLAN POWER / SIGNAL PLAN REFLECTED CEILING PLAN FINISH PLAN ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS / ENLGED PLANS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS
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Partition type

1'-3" 217 3/16"CLR 253 3/16"CLR

1 A

Door type Hardware set

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Gravel

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Concrete

176 7/8"CLR

141 9/16"CLR

MECHANICAL / ELECTRICAL
M0-1 M0-2 M1-2 E0-1 E1-2 E1-3 DATA SHEET DEMO PLAN MECHANICAL FLOOR PLAN DATA SHEET POWER PLAN LIGHTING PLAN

Brick

36.5 340

Concrete Masonry Unit

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Cut Stone

Metal (See material designation & schedule for type) Glass GWB (Large scale) Medium Denisty Overlay (MDO) Board/ Oriented Strand Board (OSB) Plywood Lay-in Ceiling Tile (Acoutical Panels)

Insulation (Loose or Batt) Insulation (Rigid) Wood Blocking/ Shim Wood Blocking – Continuous Wood – Finished Carpet

FRT FRMG FT FTG FURN FURR GA GALV GB GC GFI GL GWB GYP HB HC HD HDBD HDR HDWR HDWD HORIZ HT HTR HVAC HW IG IN INCL INSUL INT

EGRESS LEGEND

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Actual Capacity

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DEMOLITION PLAN DEMOLITION RCP
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Existing to remain

1'-3"

A0.1 A0.2 A0.3 A0.4 A0.5 A0.6

SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS 1 PROJECT INFO, DRAWING INDEX DOOR TYPES / HARDWARE SCHEDULE PARTITION TYPES

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Window Designation

1X 2X @ ABV AC ACOUS ACT ADJ AFF ALT ALUM ANCH ANOD APPROX ASSY AVG BD BTWN BLDG BLKG BLT BM BOT BRG BRK BSMT BYD CAB CEM CER CJ CLO CLAD'G CLG CLR CMU COL CONC CONST CONT CONT'R CPR CPT CORR CS CSK CT CTR CTRD CW DBL DEMO DET DF DG DIA DIM DN DS DW DWG E EA EJ ELEC ELEV EMER EP EQ EQUIP ETR EWC EXIST EXH EXP EXT FA FBO FD FDTN FE FF FGLAS FIN FIX FLASH FLR FLUOR FOM FOS

One-inch nominal thickness Two-inch nominal thickness At Above Air Conditioning Acoustical Acoustical Ceiling Tile Adjacent, Adjustable Above Finish Floor Alternate Aluminum Anchor Anodized Approximate Assembly Average Board (or Bead, if applicable) Between Building Blocking Bolt Beam Bottom Bearing Brick Basement Beyond Cabinet Cement Ceramic Control Joint Closet Cladding Ceiling Clear Concrete Masonry Unit Column Concrete Construction Continuous Contractor Copper Carpet Corridor Cast Stone Countersink Ceramic Tile Center Centered Cold Water Double Demolish, Demolition Detail Drinking Fountain Double Glazed Diameter Dimension Down Downspout Dishwaher Drawing East Each Expansion Joint Electric(al) Elevation Emergency Energy Panel Equal Equipment Existing to Remain Electric Water Cooler Existing Exhaust Expansion, Exposed Exterior Fire Alarm Furnished by Owner Floor Drain Foundation Fire Extinguisher Cabinet Finish Floor Fiberglass Finish Fixture Flashing Floor Fluorescent Face of Masonry Face of Structure(or Face of Stud, where applicable) Fire Retardant Treated Framing Feet Footing Furniture Furring Gauge Galvanized Grab Bar General Contractor Ground Fault Interrupter Glass Gypsum Wall Board Gypsum Hose Bib Hollow Core Head Hardboard Header Hardware Hardwood Horizontal Height Heater Heating/Ventilation/Air-Conditioning Hot Water Isolated Ground Inch Include(d) Insulation Interior

JAN JST JT KIT LAV LEV LH LT LTG MAS MATL MAX MDO MECH MEMB MEZZ MFR MIN MISC MLDG MO MTL MTD MTG MW N NIC NO # NTS OA OD OC OFF OPNG OPP P PART PERIM PG PL PLAM PLAS PLEX PLMB PLYWD PMVT POLY PR PSF PSI PT PTD PVC QT QTY R RO R= RAD RDG RECPT REF REG REINF REPL REQ;REQ'D RESIL REV RM RL S S4S SC SCHED SDG SECT SG SHT SHTG SIM SM SPEC SQ S. STL ST STD STL STOR STRUC SUBFL SURF SUSP T T&G TBS TEL TEMP THK TLT TO_ TRTD TYP UL UNO UON UTIL V VL VB VCT VENT VIF W WC WD WDW WF WH WP WS W/ W/O WT WWM

Janitor Joist Joint Kitchen Lavatory Level Left Hand Light Lighting Masonry Material Maximum Medium Density Overlay Mechanical Membrane Mezzanine Manufacturer('s) Minimum Miscellaneous Molding Masonry Opening Metal Mounted Mounting Microwave Oven North Not in Contract Number Number Not to Scale Overall Outside Diameter On Center Office Opening Opposite Pole Partition Perimeter Paint Grade Plate Plastic Laminate Plaster Plexiglass Plumbing Plywood Pavement Polyethylene Pair Pound Per Square Foot Pound Per Square Inch Pressure Treated Painted Polyvinyl Chloride Quarry Tile Quantity Riser(s);Radius Rough Opening Radius Radius Removable Double Glazing Receptacle Refigerator Register Reinforcing Replace(ment) Required Resilient Revision Room Ridge Line Shelf;Shelves Surface Four Sides Solid Core Schedule(d) Siding Section Single Glazed Sheet Sheathing Similar Smooth Lumber Molding Desig. Specification Square Stainless Steel Street Standard Steel Storage Structure Subfloor Surface Suspend Tread(s) Tongue and Groove To Be Specified Telephone Temperature Thick Toilet Top of (----) Treated Typical Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Unless Noted Otherwise Unless Otherwise Noted Utility Volt Valley Line Vapor Barrier Vinyl Composition Tile Ventilate(-or) Verify in Field West Water Closet Wood Window Wide Flange Water Heater Waterproofing Weather Stripping With Without Weight Welded Wire Mesh

Project Name: Project Number: Project Description:

DC Public Library - 4200 Wisconsin Ave NW 06004.00 Interior conversion of existing retail space, 1 floor, into new temporary library space. International Building Code 2000 DC Construction Code Supplement 0f 2003 International Mechanical Code 2000 International Plumbing Code 2000 International Fire Code 2000 NFPA National electrical Code 1996 International Energy Conservation Code 2000 International Fuel Code 2000
Assumed 1B

Governing Code:

Type of Construction:

Use Group: Building Stories: Project Stories: Area:

Assembly Group M Business Group B 1 1 Ground Floor Library (M): Ground Floor Office (B): Total Project Gross Area: Area of Work: project gross square feet: 4,262 246 4,508

Exits Required: Exits Provided: 2 Existing

2 egress width required:

stairway .2" 14.70 egress width is compliant

1010 wisconsin avenue, nw suite 405 washington, dc 20007

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SYMBOL LEGEND

ABBREVIATIONS

VICINITY MAP

PROJECT INFORMATION

DC Public Library
1010 wisconsin avenue, nw suite 405 washington, dc 20007
DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE DOOR MARK SIZE MATL HGT MATL FRAME

TYPE
HEAD

DETAIL JAMB

FIRE RATING

SET NO

NOTES

TYPE

WD

D01 D02 D03 D04 EX01 EX02

E1 E1 E1 E3 E1 E1

3' 3' 3' 6' exist exist

7' 7' 7' 7' exist exist

metal metal metal metal/glass ---

metal metal metal metal ---

E2 E2 E2 E2 exist exist

H1/A0.4 H1/A0.4 H1/A0.4 H1/A0.4 ---

J1/A0.4 J1/A0.4 J1/A0.4 J1/A0.4 ---

C B A E E E

new lockset new lockset

10"

HARDWARE SCHEDULE
ALL EGRESS DOORS SHALL BE OPERABLE IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL WITHOUT THE USE OF A KEY OR SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE.
HARDWARE ITEM
LATCH/LOCK AND LEVER SET

SEE SCHEDULE

A

B

C

D

E

EX1

DESCRIPTION
SCHLAGE AL SERIES, CYLINDRICAL LATCH AND LOCKSETS. OR APPROVED EQUAL BY SEARGENT, OR BEST

E3

Glass Door Type
SCALE: 3/8'' = 1'-0''

EXISTING STOREFRONT

LOCK, OR YALE.

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DOOR HARDWARE

OFFICE LOCKSET

DB

PASSAGE SET

STORE ROOM

RESTROOM

ENTRY SET

SEE SCHEDULE 2"

LEVER LOCKSET HINGES

X X

X X

X X

X X

SCHLAGE SATURN LEVER 626 BOMMER #5000 - 5 KNUCKLE, FULLY MORTISED BUTT HINGE (QTY. 3) OR EQUAL BY HAGER.

CB

Layout: A0.5 Door Types / Hardware Schedule

SILENCERS COAT HOOK

X X

X X X X X X X X

IVES SR66 OR EQUIVALENT IVES 405 COMMERCIAL/PUBLIC GRADE ALUM CAST COAT/HAT HOOK
2" 2"

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CLOSER KICK PLATE HOLD OPEN

IVES 405 24" HIGH METAL FULL WIDTH OF DOOR IVES PLUNGER TYPE FS1153

E2

SCALE: 3/8'' = 1'-0''

CRASH BAR

CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE SECURITY REQUIREMENTS WITH OWNER.

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DOOR AND HARDWARE NOTES:
G.C. to provide full submittal package of all Doors and Hardware prior to proceeding with work.
SEE SCHEDULE

See Architectural Plans A1.1 for symbol locations. All hardware finishes to be US26D UON. G.C. to coordinate and provide all necessary cut-outs in door and millwork frames for security cabling, locking devices, and accessories. G.C. to coordinate work between trades. Procure template from owners' security vendor and coordinate as required. All egress doors shall be operable in the direction of travel without the use of a key or special knowledge. All hardware requirements indicated in plans and specifications shall be coordinated with Owner for all items prior to placement of materials order. All lockes to be Sergeant master-keyed; confirm with Owner. Hardware specified for each leaf unless otherwise noted. Clean and adjust existing hardware to remain.

SEE SCHEDULE

E1

Door Type
SCALE: 3/8'' = 1'-0''

Door Types / Hardware Schedule

Frame Type

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1010 wisconsin avenue, nw suite 405 washington, dc 20007

HEAD

HEAD

UNDERSIDE OF STRUCTURE

UNDERSIDE OF STRUCTURE

UNDERSIDE OF STRUCTURE

FACE OF EXISTING PARTITION OR STRUCTURE

FACE OF EXISTING PARTITION OR STRUCTURE

TOP TRACK ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

PLAN

PLAN

1/4" SHIM SPACE 1/2" GWB.

1/2" SHIM SPACE
1/2" GWB. 1/2" GWB., BOTH SIDES, TYP. 2 1/2" METAL STUD @ 16" O.C.

7/8" HAT CHANNEL

PLAN

HEAD

3 5/8" METAL STUD @ 16" O.C.

BASE

BASE

SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET (STC-50)

BASE

WALL BASE AS SCHEDULED

WALL BASE AS SCHEDULED CONT MTL RUNNER ANCHORED TO SLAB

CONT MTL RUNNER ANCHORED TO SLAB
ACCOUSTICAL SEALANT

FINISHED FLR'G
ACCOUSTICAL SEALANT
1 5/8"

FINISHED FLR'G
ACCOUSTICAL SEALANT
1/4"

FINISHED FLR'G

TOP OF FILL SLAB

NO.

STUD SIZE 7/8"

LIMITING GAUGE SPACING HEIGHTS

PARTITION WIDTH 1 5/8"

SOUND FIRE BATTS RATING

STC RATING STC-50

REMARKS UL-U419

NO.

STUD SIZE 2 1/2"

LIMITING GAUGE SPACING HEIGHTS

PARTITION WIDTH

SOUND FIRE BATTS RATING 3" non rated

STC RATING STC-50

REMARKS UL-U419

NO.

STUD SIZE 3 5/8"

LIMITING GAUGE SPACING HEIGHTS

PARTITION WIDTH 4' 7/8"

SOUND FIRE BATTS RATING 3" non rated

STC RATING STC-50

REMARKS UL-U419

P3

25

16"

14'-0"

none

non rated

P2

25

16"

14'-4"

3 5/8"

P1

25

16"

14'-4"

P3

Partion Type
SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

P2

Partion Type
SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

P1

Partion Type
SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

UNDERSIDE OF STRUCTURE

DB

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HEAD

ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

FACE OF EXISTING PARTITION OR STRUCTURE
ISSUED FOR

1/2" GWB., BOTH SIDES, TYP.

PLAN

Layout: A0.6 Partition Types / Schedule

SCHED PARTITION

3 5/8" METAL STUD @ 16" O.C.

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BASE

ADJACENT PARTITION (WHERE OCCURS)
6"

SOUND ATTENUATION BLANKET (STC-50) WALL BASE AS SCHEDULED CONT MTL RUNNER ANCHORED TO SLAB

GENERAL NOTES
1.
2.

1/2"

7/16"

ACCOUSTICAL SEALANT
HOLLOW METAL FRAME - GROUT SOLID AT RATED DOORS

FINISHED FLR'G

ALL STUDS SHALL BE 25 GAGE, 16" O.C. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE
GYPSUM WALL BOARD SHALL BE TYPE "X" FIRE RATED AT FIRE RATED PARTITIONS

2"

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3. MOISTURE RESISTANT GYPSUM WALL BOARD SHALL BE USED AT ALL PARTITIONS SCHEDULED TO RECEIVE CERAMIC TILE. 4. REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE FOR WALL, FLOOR, BASE AND CEILING FINISHES.

TOP OF FILL SLAB
SCHED DOOR

5. FIRE RATED PARTITIONS SHALL CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE REFERENCED TESTING AGENCY DESIGN NUMBER. ASSEMBLIES CONFORMING TO EQUIVALENT REQUIREMENTS BY OTHER TESTING AGENCIES ARE ACCEPTABLE IF APPROVED BY THE LOCAL CODE COMPLIANCE DEPARTMENT. 6. LIMITING HEIGHTS FOR GYPSUM WALL BOARD PARTITIONS ARE BASED ON A LATERAL LOAD OF 5 PSF AND A DEFLECTION CRITERIA OF L/240 FOR PRODUCTS OF THE NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT APPROVED PRODUCTS FROM OTHER MANUFACTURERS MEET L/240 DEFLECTION CRITERIA. IF REQUIRED TO MEET CRITERIA, STUD GAGE AND/OR SPACING SHALL BE DECREASED, OR BRACING SHALL BE ADDED ABOVE THE CEILING.

NO.

STUD SIZE 3 5/8"

LIMITING GAUGE SPACING HEIGHTS

PARTITION WIDTH 4' 7/8"

SOUND FIRE BATTS RATING 3" non rated

STC RATING STC-50

REMARKS UL-U419

H1 J1

HM Door Head
SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

P4

25

16"

14'-4"

7. AT PARTITIONS SCHEDULED TO RECEIVE CERAMIC TILE FINISH, CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ASSEMBLIES MEETING L/360 DEFLECTION CRITERIA. 8. PARTITION TYPES ARE CONTINUOUS AROUND CORNERS AND ACROSS DOOR AND WINDOW OPENINGS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.

HM Door Jamb
SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

P4

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SCALE: 3'' = 1'-0''

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Basis of Design Washington, DC

3/4"

DC Public Library
5
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P1 D01 D01 P1 P1

1
5
15'-2"
CLR

2
5
15'-2"
CLR

3
5
17'-8"CLR

4

CONSTRUCTION GENERAL NOTES
A. B. C. Refer to A0.4 for partition types and details. All dimensions shown are from finished faces of partitions. Base building partitions should be clean and prepared for proposed tenant construction per review of Architect and G.C. Areas that are scheduled originally or currently with gyp. bd. should be paint ready.

CONSTRUCTION LEGEND
Existing Perimeter Wall
1

2'

P2 P2

New Interior Full-Height Wall Partition Type - Refer to Sheet A0.4 New Interior Low -Height Wall Partition Type - Refer to Sheet A0.4 New Door
15'-2"CLR

1'-3"TYP

5

TEL.

P2

P3

2'

H
P2

P3

P2

13'-5"

P1

1

D. Alignment of door heads and other critical horizontal elements shall be maintained at a constant level relative to the ceiling plane, and shall not follow variations in the floor plane. E. F. All architectural, electrical, and non-structural systems, components attached to existing structure shall comply with all applicable codes. Dimensions indicated to be "clear" or "hold" shall be maintained. Any discrepancies or variations in these dimensions shall be reviewed with the Architect before beginning construction.
1

5
D03 P2 P2

Door Type - Refer to Sheet A0.4

1'-3"

H.

1'-3"

I. J. K. L.

Provide bracing to deck above at door jambs, windows, and millwork that goes to ceiling. Provide additional studs as required to achieve outlet groupings. Coordinate with engineering drawings. Contractor to examine extent of existing partitions and report any discrepancies to Architect prior to the start of construction. Contractor to review condition of existing floor slab and determine best method for patching, repairing, filling, and sealing of slab in order to receive new floor finishes.

2 3 4

5
P1

1'-3" 2'CLR

Provide and install fire retardant wood blocking in partitions at wall hung shelving, cabinets, etc. Verify shop standard with millwork subconstractor and review with the Architect for acceptance prior to installation. Coordinate blocking requirements for millwork with plans and details.

8'-9"CLR

5
EX02

CONSTRUCTION WORK NOTES
1

P1

ALIGN

ALIGN

P1

P1

EXISTING CONCRETE COLUMN, TYP SOFFIT ABOVE EXISTING STOREFRONT EXISTING WASTEPIPE - VERIFY AND COORDINATE CONSTRUCTION IN FIELD. VERIFY FURNITURE CLEARANCES. 4

5 5

EX01 P1 P1

ALIGN

G. Any dimension noted "VIF" must be reviewed with the Architect before beginning construction.

EQ

24'-0"CLR

5

EQ

2'-2"

5

11'-8"CLR

4'-5"

UP

ALIGN

11'-5" ALIGN
P1

F
1'-3"

P1

P3

M. Dashed lines indicate lines of ceiling overhead. N. Locate typical door opening 4" away from adjacent wall corner. Keep minimum 18" clearance from latch to wall on pull side of all doors per ADA guidelines.

ALIGN

ALIGN 1'-3"

5

DN

UP
17'-8"CLR

5 5
17'-8"CLR

O. G.C. to replace any removed or damaged existing fireproofing material at deck, beams, or existing partitions. P. Partition types above door are to be same as the adjacent partitions unless noted otherwise.

5

Q. Coordinate all elevations and detail information with plans. R. S. T. Provide glavanized metal corner beads and/or trim for all exposed gypsum board edges and corners, spackle and sand smooth. Trace all wires in existing ceilng and remove all wiring that is abandoned or to be abandoned. Inform Architect and Engineer of any wires or conduit not accounted for in tenant electrical panel. Remove all existing wall finishes: existing wainscot, wallpaper, borders, etc. Wall surfaces to be clean, patched, and smooth to receive scheduled wall treatments.

ELEVATOR LOBBY

ALIGN

ALIGN
P3 P1

E
1'-3"

P1

1

4

ALIGN

ALIGN 1'-3"

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18'-1"CLR

18'-1"CLR

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SEE 3/A2.3 FOR ADDITIONAL WALL INFO

ALIGN
P1

P3

P3 P1

1
P4

1'-3" ALIGN

5

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18'-1"CLR

Layout: A1.1 Construction Plan

5
ALIGN

C

P4 P3 P3 P1

ALIGN 1'-3"

5
14'-9"CLR

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5
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P3

3
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P3

P3

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EXISITNG JANITOR'S CLOSET WOMEN
1010 wisconsin avenue, nw suite 405 washington, dc 20007

1
FIXTURE SCHEDULE
TYPE F1
F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 F15 F16 F17 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22A F22B

2
CHILDREN'S COMPUTERS

3
ADULT LOUNGE

4
ADULT COMPUTERS

2

OFFICE

1 A2.1

FIXTURE WORK NOTES
NOTES

H
1
15
4

CIRCULATION DESK
BOOK DROP ROTATING DIPLAY GONDOLAS

1'X3' SHELVING

SPECIFICATION

1. ALL PERIMETER SHELVING TO BE RE-USED EXISTING SHELVING PROVIDED BY OWNER AND MODIFIED ACCORDING TO SPECIFICATIONS BY ARCHITECT. 2. SEE A2.1-A2.2 FOR INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 3. SEE A2.1 FOR FINISH INFORMATION

TEL.

12

13

17 12 11

TOUCHDOWN DESK
READING DESK

15 16

1

5

7

17 9
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AUTOCHECKOUT STATION COMPUTER DESK TASK CHAIR COFFE TABLE LOUNGE CHAIR CHILDREN'S READING TABLE CHILDREN'S COMPUTER TABLE CHILDREN'S CHAIR COMPUTER STATION BAR HEIGHT STOOLS LOUNGE CHAIRS SIDE TABLE TASK CHAIR BOOK CART OFFICE DESK OFFICE DESK BOOKSHELF BOOKSHELF BOOKSHELF LOUNGE
253 3/16"CLR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

211 1/4"CLR

FIXTURE LEGEND
NEW MILLWORK

ELEVATOR LOBBY

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1'-3"

Addendum 01
ISSUED FOR 6/19/06

217 3/16"CLR

EQUIPMENT SCHEDULE
TYPE SPECIFICATION EXISITNG FIXTURES / EQUIPMENT NOTES

Printed Date: 12/15/08 at 5:04 PM

EX E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E10

SUMMIT APPLIANCES 718-893-3900 ELKAY 630-574-8484 ELKAY 630-574-8484
MIRROR TOILET PAPER DISPENSER PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER SOAP DISPENSER BABY CHANGING TABLE SANITARY NAPKIN DISPOSAL SEAT COVER DISPENSER

SUMMIT ALB-751/3 32"H, 23 5/8"W, 23 1/2"D ELKAY BLR150C 15"X15" ELKAY SOFT SIDE BARRIER FREE ECDFPW314C
BOBRICK B-165 1624

3 A2.3

2 2

D
14 5

6
2 1

6 A4.3

BOBRICK B-4288
BOBRICK B-4262 BOBRICK B-2111 KOALA KB100-00 BOBRICK B-270 BOBRICK B-4221

CIRCULATION

3

READING

Layout: A1.2 Fixture/Millwork Plan

1

C
3

BOOK DROP
176 7/8"CLR 141 9/16"CLR

1

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HOT TOPICS

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North

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16

Fixture/Millwork Plan

2

217 3/16"CLR

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BOOK DROP WINDOW DISPLAY AREA POS PROVIDED BY OWNER NOT USED WORK COUNTER AUTO CHECKOUT PROVIDED BY OWNER VEN MACHINE PROVIDED BY OWNER COPIER PROVIDED BY OWNER TRASH CANS PROVIDED BY OWNER NOT USED SORTING DESK COMPUTER TOWER AND SCREEN PROVIDED BY OWNER PRINTER PROVIDED BY OWNER CENTER ADDITIONAL GROUND JBOX ON TABLE 1'-4" HEIGHT TABLE 2 1'-7" HEIGHT TABLE SEE 1/A2.1 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

4 A4.3

6

9 12
E3

EX EX

EX EX

MEN

CHILDREN'S READING

7

9 8

UP

F
1'-3"

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16

12"

15

2
1 A2.3

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POWER/SIGNAL LEGEND
DUPLEX OUTLET QUAD OUTLET- 1/2 DEDICATED POWER CIRCUIT; CLEAN
4

2

3

4

POWER/SIGNAL WORK NOTES
1 2 2 2 2

H
TEL.
18" 18"

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QUAD PHONE/DATA PHONE/DATA DATA TELEPHONE DUPLEX OUTLET RECESSED FLOOR MONUMENT QUAD OUTLET RECESSED FLOOR MONUMENT- 1/2 DEDICATED POWER CIRCUIT; CLEAN

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RCP GENERAL NOTES
A. B. All lighting dimensions are from the center of the fixtures to finish face of partitions and from center of the fixtures to center of the fixtures. Ceiling details are provided to illustrate design intent. General contractor to advise any alternative construction details which may expedite construction schedule, pending Architect's approval. Refer to electrical dwgs for the following information: specification, power requirements, circuitry, switching, emergency lighting, location & type of exit sign, strobe & pulls. Refer to mechanical drawings for air diffusers, returns, and tranfer ducts. Any discrepancies with light fixtures, switches, thermostats, diffusers as to location between Architectural and Engineering drawings or between the drawings and existing field conditions shall be clarified with the Architect before proceeding with installation. All multiple switch locations are to be ganged and installed with a single face plate. Cover plates shall not be cut and butted together. Thermostats and strobes to be centered above light switch UNO The GC shall be responsible for electrical work to be done in strict accordance with applicable codes, regulations and requirements for the governing body having jurisdiction. All exposed ceiling area to be clean and prepare to be painted. Remove protrusions and unidentified debris as required. Existing devices that can easily be relocated are to be relocated. Abandoned devices to be removed in exposed area. Fixtures shown suspended from structure are to be supported independently from mechanical or electrical devices.
Ceiling open to exposed structure UNO, paint P4
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1 2 3 4

4'-5"

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A.2 A.2 A.1 A.2

ALL "A SERIES" FIXTURES TO HANG AT 10'-0" TO TOP OF TRACK TYP UON.
ALL H.1-H.3 FIXTURES TO HANG AT 7'-6" AFF TO BE ADJUSTED AT VARYING HEIGHTS IN FIELD TYPE H FIXTURE TO HANG AT 8'-0" AFF, TYP UON PAINT CEILING HERE P5

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RCP LEGEND
LSI SINGLE CIRCUIT PENDANT MOUNTED DIMMABLE TRACK (120V) 4' LENGTH LSI SINGLE CIRCUIT PENDANT MOUNTED DIMMABLE TRACK (120V) 8' LENGTH LSI SINGLE CIRCUIT PENDANT MOUNTED DIMMABLE TRACK (120V) 12' LENGTH LSI SINGLE CIRCUIT PENDANT MOUNTED DIMMABLE TRACK (120V) FIELD CUT TO FIT SPECIFIED LENGTH LIGHTOLIER 2X4 RECESSED FLUORESCENT (2) 54W T5 HO 3500K QHE 2 G PF OP 2 54 277 PI
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A.2

New GWB Ceiling

2
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A.3

A.4

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Items on finish floor below

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EPI WALLWASHER 100W A19 INCANDESCENT A19/4 WW COL LIGHTOLIER VANITY LIGHT - WALL MOUNTED (2) T8 3500K BCW6X48 SW4S232HPFUNVHI
ARTEMIDE CASTORE (SUSPENDED FIXTURE) (VARIOUS DIAM) H.1=6" , H.2=10", H.3 = 14" DIMMABLE 100W INCANDESCENT
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ALIGN

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Refer to A0.2 and A0.3 or additional notes and specificications. Refer to elevations and details for specific locations of all finishes. Any discrepancies, omissions, ambiguities, or conflicts between the drawings should be brought ot the attention of the Architect for direction before proceeding with the work in question. G.G. shall provided one final touch-up of painted surfaces after the tenant has moved into the space. Ceiling registers, vents, grills, diffusers, speakers, etc. shall be painted in flat finish to match ceiling. Finishes called for shall extend over, under, and/or behind any item of built-in millowrk, equipment, mirrors, etc. as indicated on drawings. Paint door frames to match adjacent partitions in semi-gloss finish u.o.n. Locate floor finish transitions below centerline of doors, u.o.n. Transitions between dissimilar floor finishes are to align. Where floor finishes appear to align with partitions, align all edges and widths. Partitions concealed with millwork are to be taped, mudded, sanded smooth, primed, and painted with one coat of finish paint. Flooring material to be installed under all millwork. Paint all access panels to match adjacent painted surface. G.C. to provide Architect with submittals of all finish materials for review and approval prior to ordering and installation. Floor finishes inside closets are to be the same as that of the space into which the closet door opens. All wood base splices shall be puttied and sanded smooth prior to painting for invisible seam. All finishes are to be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer's specifications and instructions. G.C. to provide blocking in partitions as required to secure millwork as shown. All walls to be P1 top and P7 bottom typ unless otherwise noted. See elevations for clarification. See elevations for additional finish information

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FINISH SCHEDULE
TYPE SPECIFICATION Ceilng deck painted P4 Ceiling tile
MANUFACTURER / SPECIFICATION

P7

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P7 P2

CLG1 CLG2 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6
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P7
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Benjamin Moore Benjamin Moore Benjamin Moore

2x2 Armstrong Optima Open Plan ceiling tile with grid and 4" inverted axiom perimeter trim

Wall paint
Accent wall paint 1 Not used

211 1/4"CLR

Yellow 2023 sunburst, flat

211 1/4"CLR

Gray 2122-40 smoke, eggshell

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Benjamin Moore Benjamin Moore Benjamin Moore Benjamin Moore
Johnsonite

Ceiling paint Ceiling paint Wall paint Wall paint
2 1/2" grey vinyl base Not used

Gray 2122-40 smoke, flat

ELEVATOR LOBBY

White 2122-60 palest pistachio, flat
White int Ready Miix super white, semi-gloss

1'-3"

P7 B1 B2 EB3 C1 C2 VCT1 ET1 WD1 PL1 PL2 PL3

2122-60 palest pistachio, eggshell
2 1/2" grey vinyl base, Color: "38 Pewter"

P7

C1

217 3/16"CLR

2
Existing tile base at restrooms Existing tile base at restrooms

Existing tile base at restrooms

General field carpet Accent at children's area
At office and closed storage areas Existing tile at restroom floors (See EB3 for base.) Wood - flat cut premium maple White melamine

Shaw Shaw
Armstrong

24square EW24, style 59490, color four sided - 07, 90585 Painted Blades EW24, Style 59354, Color 53463 Silky Aquamarine Monolithic installation orientation - see plan for orientation (arrows)
Stonetex excelon, 52125 Granite gray, 12x12

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Layout: A1.5 Finish Plan

C1
ORIENTATION, TYP

C2
217 3/16"CLR

P2
Submit sample to Architect for approval

2

P7
Formica 1-800-FORMICA
Abet Laminati White 933C-58 Mission White, matte finish "Colorcore" Red 823 SEI

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Laminate - color or metallic Laminate - color or metallic

TYP SEE ELEVATIONS

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P2
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P7 P7
P.LAM BACKSPLASH COFFEE MAKER, N.I.C.

1'-3"

3
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83"

2'-7"

1'-6"

P7
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MICROWAVE, N.I.C.

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SINK

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3'-0"

UNDER COUNTER REFRIGERATOR

2"

5'-2 1/2"

2"

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30" BASE CAB.

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2

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WALLPAPER TO BE REMOVED, PAINT WALL, TYP.

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Layout: A2.3 Detail Elevations / Enlarged Plans

1a/A3.3

All PL1 Book bins, see 6/A3.2 for additional detail Files by others

E7

E5

SINK TO RECEIVE NEW ADA FAUCET HARDWARE EXISTING SINK TO REMAIN, TYP. EXISTING GRAB BAR TO REMAIN, TYP. EXISTING FIXTURE TO REMAIN, TYP. CERAMIC TILE TO REMAIN, TYP.

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3'-1/2"clr

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A3.1 8

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2"

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SD
SCD

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A3.1 6

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10'-2 1/2"

VIF

3'clr

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3M SELF CHECK PROVIDED BY OWNER
PRINTER PROVIDED BY OWNER WD1 GROMMET WHERE SPECIFIED WD1 FINISHED PARTITION ADJ SHELVES, WD1

GROMMET

3"

WD1
WD1, TYP

2'-10"

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2'-5"

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2'-8"

PLAN AT PRINTER NOOK

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2" 4"

SELF CHECK DETAILS
SCALE: 1/2'' = 1'-0''
WD1
1" MDF FIN, 12" OC MAX

ELEVATION

10

SELF CHECK DETAILS
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PLAN
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1'-6"

WD1, TYP
2'-10"

WD1 FURNITURE AS SPECIFIED PL3
3'

WD1

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3"clr 2'-6" 3"clr
5'-5"vif

PL3

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BOOK DROP DETAILS
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4"

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PL2, TYP
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1'-6"

WD1, TYPICAL END FINISH
3' 2'-8"CLR 2'-10"

WD1

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2/A3.4
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1'-1/2"

WD1, TYP
6" 2"

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WD1

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PL2

3"

9'-8 1/2"

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H.1

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H.2
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ALL TO BE PAINTED P5

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LIGHT HUNG 8'0" AFF, TYP

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1'OC TYP

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RACEWAY HANGER BOLT W/ WASHER

EXPOSED FACE OF MDF NOT HAVE EXPOSED CONNECTIONS 1/2" STAINED MDF

SOLID LUMBER FACE

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STRUCTURE

CEILING OBSTACLE BEYOND STEEL THREADED ROD TIED TO STRUCTURE ABOVE WITH BOLT AND WASHER

1 5/8" UNISTRUT CHANNEL

SIDE PANEL

CHANNEL NUT W/ BOLT AND WASHER

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1 1/2" SATIN ALUMINUM STRIP

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SPECIFIED TEGULAR PANEL
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2 1/2" 3 3/4"

1'-10 1/8"

COLOR CORE P-LAM COUNTERTOP W/ MITERED CORNERS AND SELF EDGE; FORMICA COLOR: "MISSION WHITE"

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(2) 3/4" MDF, PL2 FINISH 1/2" MDF FIN SATIN ALUM FACE WHERE EXPOSED, TYP SPACED 12" O.C. MAX RECESS 1" FROM ALL VISIBLE EDGES TYPICAL
WD1 3/4" WD1 3/4" WD1 WD1, SOLID LUMBER EDGE

SEE 7a/A3.3
1 1/2" SQUARE STEEL TUBE WELDED STRUCTURE. VERTICAL PIECES SECURED TO FLOOR SLAB WITH STEEL ANGLES.
EXISTING STOREFRONT SYSTEM

1/2"

1"

CABLE TRUNKING, SPACED 16" O.C., QTY. 6 BY HAFELE: CAT. NO. 829.15.302

3/4" plywood with plam wood shims typ 1 1/2" stl. tube

1/2" MDF FIN SATIN ALUM FACE WHERE EXPOSED, TYP SPACED 12" O.C. MAX RECESS 1" FROM ALL VISIBLE EDGES TYPICAL

2'-10"

VERTICAL CABLE MANAGEMENT BY HAFELE: CAT. NO. 631.01.900

1 3/4"

VERTICAL ENDS OF BAR COUNTER. DASHED LINE DENOTES STEEL TUBE STRUCTURE WITHIN 3" THICKNESS

3'-6"

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1 3/4"

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3"

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plan and section
5/8" GWB

HAFELE 116.05.922 ANODIZED ALUM PULL LOCKING DRAWERS

GLIDES

2" X 2" STEEL ANGLE BOLTED TO STRUCTURE BELOW TO SUPPORT VERTICAL ENDS OF BAR COUNTER SCHEDULED FLOOR FINISH

V.I.F.

VINYL BASE

1"

SCHEDULED FLOORING

1"

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CIRCULATION DESK DETAIL
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BAR COUNTER
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BAR COUNTER
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WINDOW DISPLAY
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2 1/2" DIAMETER GROMMET WITH SATIN ALUMINUM FINISH

1 1/2" SQUARE STL. TUBE POST WELDED TO STL ANGLE, TYP
L3X3X1/4" BOLTED TO STRUCTURE WITH 2 HILTI ANCHORS. CONCEAL ANGLE WTHIN PLAM SKIN, TYP.
2'-5/8" 4 3/8" 1'-6 1/2" 1 3/4"

1'-6"

(2) 3/4" MDF, PL2 FINISH

PL2

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1"

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PL-2

1/2"

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COLOR CORE P.LAM ON 3/4" PLYWOOD W/ MITERED JOINTS AND SELF EDGE; FORMICA COLOR: "MISSION WHITE", TYP WOOD SHIMS
4'
CUSTOM CORE P.LAM COUNTERTOP W/MITERED SELF EDGE, FORMICA COLOR: "MISSION WHITE"

2'-10"

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1/2" WD1 BOOK BIN 1a ONLY

2

3/4" WD1 WD1, SOLID LUMBER EDGE

WOOD CLEAT COUNTERTOP SUPPORT, TYP. BLACK PLASTIC WIRE MANAGEMENT 3" DIA. GROMMET

1/2" WD1

SEE PLAN
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1 1/2" STL. TUBE CROSS BRACING 16" OC MAX

4"

BLOCK AND SECURE AT BOTTOM 1a ONLY

4" CONTINUOUS ALUM SUPPORT ANGLE – PROVIDE BLKNG AT WALL AS REQ'D
1A 2'-10" ONLY

OPEN

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8" PROVIDE 2 LEVELING FEET PER SUPPORT SCHEDULED FLOORING

1'-4"

2' MIN TYP

2 LEVELERS, TYP FOR EACH SUPPORT (CHROME)

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BAR COUNTER: PLAN
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CHILDREN'S COMPUTER TABLE
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SATIN ALUM FACE WHERE EXPOSED, TYP

PL3

PL1

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CHANNEL (2X3X1/16" MTL) FOR WIRE MANAGEMENT WITH NOTCH OUT IN PANEL FOR CONTINUOUS RUN

PL3

3'

BOOK BIN BY OTHERS

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1/2" MDF FIN SATIN ALUM FACE WHERE EXPOSED, TYP SPACED 12" O.C. MAX RECESS 1" FROM ALL VISIBLE EDGES TYPICAL

1 1/2"

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1/2"

1"TYP

4"

1"

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BOOK DROP DETAIL
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CIRCULATION DESK DETAIL
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PROJECT DIRECTORY
Building Address
TO BE DETERMINED 4200 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016

Architect
CORE 1010 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Suite 405 Washington, D.C. 20007 Contact: David Cheney drc@COREdc.com    Sabrina Cheung sbc@COREdc.com

Landlord / Property Management
TO BE DETERMINED American University
3201 New Mexico Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016 Contact: JoDe Newland email address: Telephone: 202.885.2762 Fax:

Owner
DC Public Library Martin Luther King , Jr. Memorial Library 901 G Street NW Washington, DC 20001-4599 Contact: Jeff Bonvechio jeffrey.bonvechio@dc.gov Telephone: 202.442.6070 Fax: 202.727.4792

202.466.6116 202.466.6235 fax

MEP Engineer
Allen and Shariff 7061 Deepage Drive 2nd Floor Columbia, MD 21045 fbeam@allenshariff.com Contact: Fred Beam Telephone: 301.621.3024 Fax: 301.621.8056

Bid Set 12/15/08

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DEMOLITION NOTES
A. Contractor shall visit the site and familiarize themselves with and verify all existing conditions and variances prior to submittal of proposal. No consideration will be granted by reason of lack of familiarity on the part of the contractor with actual physical conditions of the site. Inspect each and every area affected by the total demolition of the space and obtain permits and notices authorizing demolition as required. Contractor shall demolish and dispose of all existing GWB partitions shown in dashed lines and shall remove from jobsite in accordance with applicable local state laws and codes unless directed otherwise by building management. Refer to contract mechanical and electrical drawings for extent of mechanical/electrical demolition work. Demolition and removal operations shall not undermine the structural intergrity of the building. All floor finish in noted area to be removed down to concrete slab and prepare to receive new finish unless noted otherwise. Patch all holes and openings on floor. Floor shall be patched to flush and level with existing floor. All holes and openings to be filled and finished to match adjacent material.

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DEMOLITION NOTES
1 2

H

REMOVE EXISTING COLUMN WRAP

XXX

B.

C. D. E.

F.

DEMOLITION LEGEND
EXISTING PARTITIOIN TO BE DEMOLISHED EXISTING PARTION TO REMAIN EXISTING MILLWORK TO BE REMOVED NOT IN CONTRACT, PROTECT DURING DEMOLITION EXISTING DOOR TO BE DEMOLISHED

G. The general contractor shall comply with OSHA rules and regulations, all local building codes and ordinances and all other agencies having jurisdiction. H. Provide and maintain protection for base building construction that is scheduled remain. Take extra precaution to protect frequently used accessways to area(s) of work from unusual wear and tear. ie. bathrooms, stairs and elevators. Notify and coordinate required system shut downs for demolition with G.C. and building management. Required shut downs which affect builidng operations should be conducted after hours unless approved by the GC and building management. Inspect, test and disconnect utility services at main source or main branch without disrupting utility servies for the buildig scheduled to remain. See mechanical demo for more information. When exsting partitions are to be removed, all power, data and telephone outlet switches, etc. mounted on the wall are to be removed and relocated per Architect's consideration. See Furniture & Equipment Plans and Electrical drawings for more information. Review Door Schedule to confirm which doors are to be relocated. Store such doors in a safe place to be reinstalled.

I.

J. K.

F

L.

M. Demolition shall be done in neat, workmanlike manner within the limits indicated in the drawings, and in all cases, to the extent needed to produce intended work. N. Remove all floor protrusions, including abandoned outlets and conduits, and cap all unused openings in floor electrical and telecommunication cells.

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O. Immediately clean and remove all debris from public corridors and lobbies after a major demolition operation before commencement of the next normal working day. Keep premises clean and do not let debris,rubbish, excess construction material accumulate or obstruct exits and exit passageways. P. Furring around the core, interior columns, and exterior columns to remain U.N.O. Contractor to repair as necessary to receive new finishes.

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Q. Provide fire rated closures at all open floor penetrations during demolition. R. Trace all wiring in existing ceiling that is abandoned or to be abandoned. Inform architect and engineer of any wires or conduit not accounted for. S. Remove all existing wall finishes, wainscot, wallcovering, borders, etc.

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RCP DEMOLITION NOTES
A. Contractor shall visit the site and familiarize themselves with and verify all existing conditions and variances prior to submittal of proposal. No consideration will be granted by reason of lack of familiarity on the part of the contractor with actual physical conditions of the site. Inspect each and every area affected by the total demolition of the space and obtain permits and notices authorizing demolition as required. Contractor shall demolish and dispose of all existing GWB partitions shown in dashed lines and shall remove from jobsite in accordance with applicable local state laws and codes unless directed otherwise by building management. Refer to contract mechanical and electrical drawings for extent of mechanical/electrical demolition work. Demolition and removal operations shall not undermine the structural intergrity of the building. All floor finish in noted area to be removed down to concrete slab and prepare to receive new finish unless noted otherwise. Patch all holes and openings on floor. Floor shall be patched to flush and level with existing floor. All holes and openings to be filled and finished to match adjacent material.

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RCP DEMOLITION NOTES
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H

XXX XXX

B.

RCP DEMOLITION LEGEND
EXISTING CEILING TO BE REMOVED

C. D. E.

EXISTING CEILING EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED
EXISTING TO REMAIN

NOT IN CONTRACT, PROTECT DURING DEMOLITION

G

F.

G. The general contractor shall comply with OSHA rules and regulations, all local building codes and ordinances and all other agencies having jurisdiction. H. Provide and maintain protection for base building construction that is scheduled remain. Take extra precaution to protect frequently used accessways to area(s) of work from unusual wear and tear. ie. bathrooms, stairs and elevators. Notify and coordinate required system shut downs for demolition with G.C. and building management. Required shut downs which affect builidng operations should be conducted after hours unless approved by the GC and building management. Inspect, test and disconnect utility services at main source or main branch without disrupting utility servies for the buildig scheduled to remain. See mechanical demo for more information. When exsting partitions are to be removed, all power, data and telephone outlet switches, etc. mounted on the wall are to be removed and relocated per Architect's consideration. See Furniture & Equipment Plans and Electrical drawings for more information. Review Door Schedule to confirm which doors are to be relocated. Store such doors in a safe place to be reinstalled.

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J. K.

F

L.

M. Demolition shall be done in neat, workmanlike manner within the limits indicated in the drawings, and in all cases, to the extent needed to produce intended work. N. Remove all floor protrusions, including abandoned outlets and conduits, and cap all unused openings in floor electrical and telecommunication cells.

O. Immediately clean and remove all debris from public corridors and lobbies after a major demolition operation before commencement of the next normal working day. Keep premises clean and do not let debris,rubbish, excess construction material accumulate or obstruct exits and exit passageways. P. Furring around the core, interior columns, and exterior columns to remain U.N.O. Contractor to repair as necessary to receive new finishes.

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Q. Provide fire rated closures at all open floor penetrations during demolition. R. Trace all wiring in existing ceiling that is abandoned or to be abandoned. Inform architect and engineer of any wires or conduit not accounted for. S. Remove all existing wall finishes, wainscot, wallcovering, borders, etc.

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