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Concept Design Report

Diamond Schmitt Architects

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Library Expansion

384 Adelaide Street West, Suite 300


Toronto Ontario M5V 1R7
Telephone (416) 862-8800

Issued for Concept Design Approval


Project: 1333
Date: June 2014

Table of Contents

1.0

Architectural Design Brief


As prepared by Diamond Schmitt Architects

2.0

Structural Design Brief


As prepared by Entuitive

3.0

Mechanical Design Brief


As prepared by Smith + Andersen

4.0

Electrical Design Brief


As prepared by Smith + Andersen

5.0

Site Civil Design Brief

6.0

Preliminary Code Report


As prepared by LMDG

7.0

Cost Report
As prepared by BTY

8.0

Phasing Plan

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Design Basis
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9

Project Overview

Architectural Outline Specification


Site Work

Exterior Enclosure

Interior Partitions

Interior Finishes

Doors & Hardware

Sustainable Design Features & Opportunities

Barrier Free Design

Furniture, Fittings and Equipment

Architectural Drawings

1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14

Site Plan

Floor Plans

Elevations

Exterior 3D model views

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INTRODUCTION
1.1

Project Overview

Background
Originally completed in 2001, The Whitchurch Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library (WSLC) provided
the region with a state of the art recreation and library facility. The built program included indoor aquatics,
featuring a 25 meter training pool and slide, a strength training and fitness area, and multi-purpose and
meeting rooms.
Centrally located on the west side of Memorial Park, the WSLC has an ideal position to serve the Town of
Whitchurch Stouffville. The building is an integral part of the Memorial Park Master Plan, which includes
among other recreation developments the adjacent skatepark under construction, a future splashpad area,
band shelter, picnic facility and skating pad. The facility is easily accessed via Park Drive from all surrounding
locale.
Nevertheless, the region is experiencing significant growth. According to Stats Canada reports, the regions
population as increased 54% in a period from 2006 to 2011, from 24,390 to 37,628, an annual growth rate of
11 %.
In response to this burgeoning growth, a number of studies were completed to address the needs of the
community, including the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library Current and Future Space Requirements
Update of 2012, the Leisure Studies Facility Update of 2013, and the Leisure Master Plan 2013.
The resulting analysis produced the development of the expanded program for the Whitchurch Stouffville
Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion and this Concept Design study.
Concept Design
Responding to the brief for an expanded facility, Diamond and Schmitt Architects, and their consulting team,
were employed to develop the Concept Design for the Whitchurch Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public
Library. A number of meetings with the WSLC Steering Committee followed with the subsequent development
of the scheme for the expansion. Two Town Hall Community Consultation Meetings were essential in the
process, to ensure that local residents were informed of the concept development, and to inform the process
in return with any concerns, comments or suggestions to enhance the design.
The expanded program includes as its basis a 36,000 square foot Library and 98,000 square feet of
Recreation facility, including additional aquatics, a double gymnasium and walking track, strength and
conditioning area, a dedicated older adult component, and additional multi-purpose rooms.
Fundamental to the development of an expanded facility was the fact that the building must act as not simply
an addition, but be a comprehensive whole, uniting the new program areas added to and with the existing
facility.
Intrinsic to this was the creation of a central uniting social space for the WSLC, what became the Galleria.
Supporting this space, three fundamental concerns developed to shape the program, the ideas of Activity,
Connection and Community.

Activity
Activity is the fundamental basis of the project. The target demographics of families youth and older adults
require a broad range of recreation opportunities within the same facility to maintain and energize both the
current membership and attract new, potential members and families. The WSLC and Library will have the
broadest range of activity within a single building in the region. The Library, Gymnasia, Fitness Rooms,
Studios, Multipurpose rooms, Aquatics, and meeting facilities will all contribute to the active health and
wellness of the users.
Connection
Connection is an idea of interdependence and overlap within and beyond the facility. Activities will have a
much easier and expressive connection, not simply within the building but to the immediate surrounding
neighborhood. A double height Galleria provides a light filled, dynamic, social space linking all activities within,
from the aquatics on the first level to the fitness levels above, the multi-purpose rooms and studios, and the
Library. A stair in the area links the levels, while an elevator provides Barrier Free Access as well. The Galleria
is an open and accessible space, with glazed partitions and guards, allowing users to make visual connections
across as well as between all levels.
Additionally, the Library, the Pool and the Gym all have significant view and access to the surrounding park at
both levels. This natural connection encourages activity outward as well as thoughtful repose.
Fundamental to the notion of a multi-use facility is the concept of transparency. The ability for members to see
into programmed areas from common areas or adjacent active areas is critical to both expressing the breadth
of recreation opportunities to the users as well as making the building much more socially multi-dimensional.
Central to this is allowing for glazed partitions between adjacent areas opening onto the core circulation
spaces. The ability to view the pool, multi-purpose rooms and the library from a single vantage point in the
Galleria provides a comprehensive awareness of opportunity.
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Community
The notion of community describes a building that accommodates all, regardless of age, gender or ability. This
is a building that is to be accessible and inclusive, providing a range of activities that allow for generations
to interact and overlap. Strong communities are built through opportunity and access. Spaces that provide
choice and opportunity either directly through activity or learned through programs are fundamental to healthy
communities. Furthermore, an expanded notion of community is reinforced through a fundamental Sustainable
approach to design. This facility is conceived from first principles, to be as energy efficient and durable as
possible, and thus be a responsible development within the community and beyond.

will be supported by a structural system consisting of reinforced concrete substructure, structural steel,
and composite concrete decking. Cladding elements proposed include aluminum curtain-wall glazing, high
pressure laminate panels, and composite metal panels. Interior finishes are intended to be robust yet still
provide a high level of attraction, being principally concrete masonry units and tile in the change areas and
gymnasia, with glass and drywall partitions in the active spaces, library and multi-purpose rooms.
Program Description and Distribution
Fitness and Aquatics

Site Issues
Access and Address
Access to the WSLC will principally be through the newly constructed south east parking lot to a new Main
Entry at the south. A prominent overhang of the second storey of the Library signifies the entry. One enters the
main Galleria where immediately one can visually orient to the facilities available. The reception control desk
is centrally located to allow for eyes on the breath of the facility for the staff, providing visual control. The main
washrooms are located directly opposite. The existing entry at the east side will serve as a secondary entry in
the future. One other entry is provided to the park on the west side, allowing programs immediate access to
that area from within the building.
Vehicular Entrances and Service Area
An expanded and reconfigured parking area will be provided to the east and south of the new building.
Access will be provided from Park Drive, with secondary access from Franklin Street. A lay-bye kiss and
ride provided at the Main Entry provides an area for drop-off, with accessible parking nearby. Another lay-by
is provided on the south face for book drop off. Service access for the Library is adjacent on the south, with
service access for the Pool to be provided at the north overflow parking area. .
Parking
The redeveloped site can allow for close to 400 spaces in three main parking areas; an east lot, a south lot
and a north lot. The parking spaces have been oriented to allow for easier flow through the lot to the building
and secure drop off and pedestrian access.
Bicycles
Bicycle access is to be encouraged, particularly given the central location in the town and the setting within
the park. Bicycle racks should be conveniently located and visible from building entrances but not impede
pedestrian flow. Lock-up racks should permit locking at the midpoint of the bicycle frame and be constructed of
corrosion resistant metal to resist vandalism and theft.
Facility Description
The proposed WSLC Renovation and Library Expansion provides a total gross floor area of approximately
140,000 square feet, with new construction accounting for just over 100,000 square feet of that. The majority
of the work would be carefully phased construction, to ensure minimal disruption to the existing facility
and programs. Nevertheless, there will be renovations throughout the existing building, particularly to the
library, which would occur once the new library is completed and ready for occupancy. The new building
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Level One
The main approach to the facility is from the east, marked by a significant cantilevered overhang of the Library
that creates a porch like entry. A compression though the entry suddenly opens up to become a double height
linear Galleria, oriented north to south. This is the main organizing space for the new building, a main street
that links the components, and organizes access and views to the majority of the programs. The Library is
visible to the left, the main reception to Fitness is ahead on the right, and the Multi-purpose rooms line the
east side to your right. A view through to the pool deck is provided at the north end of the Galleria, with light
illuminating the length of the room from the clerestory above.
The general distribution of the Program is organized to provide a compact and rational addition to the existing
pool and fitness facilities, as well as to work as a clear and comprehensive whole.
Once at the Fitness Reception and passing through a secure access, the change rooms follow. There are
Male, Female, and Family aquatic change rooms, as well as dedicated Male and Female Fitness Change
rooms. All are Barrier Free, and there is a dedicated accessible change room as well.

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Access to the pool deck to the north is directly from the aquatics change rooms. The new Pool deck is located
directly to the west and adjacent to the existing pool, and will create one large room. The new pool has the
potential to have an operable glass roof, which would completely open in favorable weather. Alternately, the
roof structure can be a structural steel system with wood glu-lam purlins to match the existing. In each case,
the west elevation of the pool would have operable doors to open the deck to the park. The pool is currently
indicating one teaching pool with a stepped entry, 20 meter teaching lanes, as well as a circular teaching
space, as well as a slightly more shallow play and activities pool with water features and a beach entry.
The activities pool also doubles as a teaching pool. There is adequate room between the pools to allow for
bleachers ad seating in the event of a competition.
The existing change facilities on the east side of the existing pool are to be renovated to become a series
of accessible change rooms. A larger pool staff area is to be provided at the south end of this area, to
accommodate the new staffing requirements.
To the north of the new Change Rooms is a full double Gymnasium, with regulation basketball and volleyball
courts, as well as a suspended running or walking track surrounding the perimeter at the upper level. Views
through to the park beyond are provided through large windows allowing for visual relief when running, and
providing a natural connection to the surroundings.

Flanking the south side of the Galleria in the renovated Library space is a series of Multi-purpose rooms, to
accommodate various program activities, meetings or events. To the south of these rooms is a large dedicated
Older Adult area, filling the remaining space of the renovated Library. This area will include a number of
different sized function rooms, a dedicated full kitchen and a terrace to the south. The Older Adult area can be
accessed quite separately via the north east entry and parking area, the previous main entry.
The existing Strength and Conditioning room will be renovated to become another Multi-purpose room, with
the existing studio space fulfilling a similar function, or remaining as a studio as needs require.
A dedicated Child-minding room is provided directly to the south of the main entry, to facilitate easy drop-off
en-route to using the facilities. A Childrens Program room is located directly adjacent to this.
Level Two
Level two includes the main Strength and Conditioning room, and is located directly above the Change Areas.
This level is accessed through a dedicated fitness stair, at the end of the change room entry corridor, as
well as by an elevator and feature stair at the south end of the Galleria. The Strength and Conditioning room
overlooks both the double Gymnasium and the Galleria, making interactive connection with each. The Galleria
clerestory is a full height window at this level, providing abundant view to the park to the west and natural light.
At the north side of the space are two generous Dance and aerobics studios with sprung floors, and full length
mirrored walls. Access to the walking and running track is from the west side of this area. At the south side
of the track is another flanking space that provides room for stretching or additional workout equipment. The
south wall of the space includes room for an office, interview room, washrooms and equipment storage.

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Library
The south side of the Whitchurch Stouffville Leisure Centre and Library is principally the Library proper. This
building provides the major building address to the complex as one approaches from the south and the east.
The Library is a two storey structure of approximately 36,000 square feet. Given the prominent position on the
park, views out are paramount. Nevertheless, natural light needs to be controlled for heat gain, particularly on
the south side, and quantity of glazing for thermal loss. Subsequently, a balance of view and solar control is to
be sought.
The main floor is principally to be comprised of the Childrens Collection and Circulation Services. The Entry to
the Library is directly to the left as one enters the building. A self check-in is provided nearby, and a generous
Circulation desk greets the visitor. The Workroom is discreetly tucked adjacent to the west, providing the back
of house sorting for the collection. Ahead, the Childrens collection fills the bulk of the floor, with stacks in the
middle, reading and study spaces along the windows to the south, and Program rooms along the wall to the
north. A central feature stair on the main east-west circulation path provides a visual and physical link to the

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upper level. Flanking this are banks of computer stations, a media center and the catalogues. At the far west
end of the room, overlooking the park is a recessed younger childrens area with reading tables and dedicated
stacks.
The second level of the Library is reached via either the feature stair or an elevator located opposite the main
circulation desk. This level is dedicated principally to the Adult and Teen Collection. The stacks are distributed
through the central portion of the plan, with reading areas again along the southern faade. At the west end,
an Adult lounge is located, overlooking the park, with an outdoor terrace alongside. This room can be enclosed
during the winter months. A dedicated Teen Lounge is located at the east end of the floor. A local history room
overlooks the galleria, and houses regional artifacts and documents. Along the east, a dedicated quiet study
area contains meeting rooms, carrels, desks and casual study space, at a comfortable distance from the
rest of the stack space. Along the north wall a number of Program rooms provide opportunity for dedicated
meetings or events, followed by the staff offices.
Overall, the facility acts to provide a clear and comfortable relation with the surrounding park and other
facilities contained within, as well as act as a cultural and recreational beacon for the entire community.

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WHITCHURCH STOUFFVILLE
LEISURE CENTRE AND PUBLIC LIBRARY EXPANSION

ARCHITECTURAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS


1.2

Site Work

ARCHITECTURAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS


All exterior site servicing and landscape work associated with the Whitchurch
Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Renovation Addition project will be
included in the project scope & construction budget. The site work includes rough
grading, landscaping, paving, retaining walls & stairs, exterior guards & rails, exterior
lighting & security, storm sewers, sanitary sewer connections, site clearing of
existing parking lot and lighting.
Allowances should be made to accommodate the following items:

Demolition of existing retaining walls, stairs and guards


Removal of fencing, pavement and curbs from existing parking
Site Grading, paving and retaining walls as indicated
Remedial work to exterior site lighting for reconfigured parking
Electrical site servicing connection.
Perimeter and under-slab drainage system to storm sewers.
Provide continuous hoarding to full extent of site.
Sanitary Connection
Area drains and trench drains as indicated
Domestic water connection (single point) to service new construction and
existing buildings

Rainwater harvesting storage tank.

Exclusions:

Work on the site beyond the area delineated as the Limit of Site Works

1.3 Exterior Enclosure
The facility will be designed to look and feel like a state of the art recreation facility.
Building Envelope General Performance Criteria
Hourly wind pressure design value: 1/30
Cladding drainage design: Comply with requirements specified in
building code, with most stringent requirements to govern, and as
specified herein, including the following principles:
Drain to exterior face of wall or window assembly, any water entering
at joints and any condensation occurring within building envelope
assembly.
Fabricate and install assembly to minimize specified materials' ability
to transmit moisture through capillary action
Fabricate and install assembly to be watertight to interior under
interior and exterior design conditions in combination with movements
occurring due to loads imposed.
Engineered shop drawings required for exterior building envelope
components.
Air leakage performance:

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Air infiltration and exfiltration through completed cladding system shall


2
2
not exceed 0.3 L/s/m (0.06 cfm/ft ) at 75 Pa (1.56 psf) pressure
difference. This rate and criteria applies to building envelope systems,
including interfaces between adjacent assemblies.
Water leakage performance:
Water penetration (static): Water penetration testing shall occur at a
pressure difference as indicated below. Water penetration shall not
occur to interior face of assembly. There shall be no infiltration
through assembly into an adjacent system. There shall be no water
trapped in the assembly after pressure has been released.
400 Pa
Thermographic Inspection; on completed work may be required.
Air Leakage Tests; on completed work may be required.

W3

High Pressure Laminate Clad Exterior Walls


1. 10 mm High Pressure Laminate (HPL) Cladding System w/ exposed
fasteners.
2. Thermally Broken Z-Girt system
3. 100mm Mineral Fibre cavity insulation R18
4. Membrane Air Vapour Barrier
5. 190mm Reinforced concrete blocks; stack bond, Trendstone when
exposed.
6. Refer to plans for interior finish.

W4

Metal Panel Clad Exterior Walls


1. Aluminum Metal Panel Cladding System
2. Thermally Broken Z-Girt system
3. 100mm Mineral Fibre cavity insulation R18
4. Torch Applied Air Vapour Barrier
5. 190mm Reinforced concrete blocks; stack bond, Trendstone when
exposed.
6. Refer to plans for interior finish.

Schedule of Assemblies
Refer to the Architectural Drawings for the configuration of the exterior envelope
design and the various products and assemblies associated with the proposed
design. The following are exterior envelope assemblies that are being proposed:
Typical Slab on Grade
1.
CIP concrete on
2.
50mm High Density Rigid Insulation
3.
Heavy Poly Vapour Barrier
4.
Granular per geo-technical report
5.
Provide a 150mm diameter under-slab drainage system connected to
the storm water sump. TBC by geotechnical
W1

W2

Architectural CMU Veneer Clad Exterior Walls


1.
Architectural Concrete Masonry Units
2.
Masonry ties to be stainless Ferro shear ties. Spacing at 600mm and
800mm.
3.
100 mm Mineral Fibre cavity insulation R18
4.
Torch Applied Air Vapour Barrier
5.
190mm Reinforced concrete blocks; stack bond, Trendstone when
exposed.
6.
Refer to plans for interior finish.
Exposed Foundation Wall below Occupied Spaces
1.
Backfill per Geo-technical Report
2.
50mm rigid insulation to 1200mm below grade
3.
Drainage Board
4.
Torch on rubberised asphaltic waterproofing
5.
Structural Concrete Foundation Wall
6.
Refer to Interior Finishes
7.
Continuous Perimeter Weeping Tile- Refer to plans

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Exterior Doors
1.
Typical Glass Doors- Tempered glass sealed unit doors with
continuous hinges. Acceptable standard: Kawneer Insulclad 260
2.
Provide full height Stainless steel pole pulls typically.
3.
Provide a MS cylinder lock & Access control
4.
Provide one door in each area with a concealed automatic door
operator with the HC button mounted on bollards where required.
GL

Exterior Glazed Screens


1.
Double Glazed Unit PPG Solarban 60 or equal (tempered/laminated
outer light and tempered inner lite where req. by code)
2.
Insulated Spandrel panels
3.
Ceramic Frit applied to 40% of glazed units on # 2 surface.
4.
Extruded aluminium Curtain-wall framing
5.
Exterior joints to be silicon sealed
6.
Approved Manufacturers-

Kawneer, Oldcastle, Ferguson Neudorf, Alumacor

R1

Roof Assembly
1.
Crushed Limestone Ballast
2.
Filter Fabric
3.
2 Layers Of 75mm Rigid Insulation
4.
Drainage Board
5.
Separation Sheet
6.
Hot Fluid Applied Rubberised Asphaltic Membrane C/W Reinforcing
Fabric
7.
Asphaltic Primer
8.
Steel or CLT deck C/W 2% Slope

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R2

Roof Assembly at Pool Roof


1.
Standing Seam Metal Roofing
2.
2 Layers Of 50mm Rigid Insulation
3.
Self Adhesive Air Barrier

1.5

Interior Finishes

Galleria and Lobby


Flooring

Soffit Type 1 Insulated Pre-finished Aluminium Plate Cladding System


1.
Pre-finished Aluminium Plate Cladding system, Dry Jointed rainscreen system
2.
100mm Rigid Iso-cyanurate Rigid Insulation
3.
100 mm Horizontal galvanized Z-girts
4.
Self Adhesive Air Barrier where applic. or Trowel applied.

Base
Wall Finishes

Typical Pre-finished Aluminium Louvre


Pre-finished extruded Aluminium Louvres to be storm proof and include
insulated blank off panels as required. Manufacturer- CS Construction
Specialities model No. 4085 or approved equal. Finish- Duranar XL.

Ceilings

Metal Finishing

All concealed exterior miscellaneous metal lintels, shelf angles and


support framing will be galvanized.

All exterior guards and handrails to be shop primed and site applied
electrostatic paint.

All exposed exterior structural Steel to be shop galvanized.

All exposed interior Structural steel will be Field painted

All interior exposed miscellaneous metal to be shop primed and site


applied electrostatic paint.
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Interior Partitions

Railings

Gymnasium
Flooring
Base
Walls

Railings
Solar Control
Ceilings

The interior partitioning has been designed to predominately utilise gypsum clad
steel stud framing to provide for durability, fire resistance, acoustic separation and
easy support for the mounting of equipment. The assemblies selected will provide
the fire resistance ratings required by the NBC and NSBC. Refer to the
Architectural Drawings and the interior finish schedule for the finishes to be mounted
on the Concrete masonry unit backup.
Partition Types

Glazed Partitions

P1
P2
P3
P4

Assembly
16mm Gypsum on steel stud
16mm Abuse resistant gypsum on steel stud
Exposed Concrete Masonry Units
Exposed Grade Concrete

Library
Flooring
Base
Walls
Ceilings
Millwork
Solar Control

Multipurpose and
Meeting Rooms/Offices
Flooring
Base
Walls
Ceilings
Millwork

Concrete slab with Linoleum (Marmoleum or equal)


Concrete Slab with 400x400 Porcelain Tile.
115 mm Resilient Rubber base
Painted Gypsum
Painted CMU
12 mm tempered glass w half level applied opaque
screen. (3M or eq)
Glazed railings on Galleria openings and stair 19
mm tempered laminated glass w continuous S.S.
channel cap. 40 dia. S.S. railing.
Painted Gypsum
Prefinished Metal Decking Structure
Sealed Glulam structure
Sprung Hardwood Flooring system
Rubber Athletic Flooring at walking track
115 mm Resilient Vented Cove base
Painted CMU
Painted Acoustic CMU
Glazed Screens at Fitness upper level
Rolling Operable Partition
Metal Mesh at walking track
Provide manual shades to full extent of vertical
glazing as manufactured by Solarfective c/w Somfy
motors or approved Equal.
Painted Exposed Structure.
Carpet
Linoleum in service and program rooms
115mm resilient Rubber Base
Painted Gypsum and Glazed Screens with opaque
film.
Gypsum and ACT
TBD
Provide automated shades to full extent of vertical
glazing as manufactured by Solarfective c/w Somfy
motors or approved Equal.

Linoleum or Carpet
115mm Resilient Rubber Base
Painted Gypsum & Glazed screens
ACT and Gypsum
TBD

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Solar Control

Fitness and Studios


Flooring
Base
Walls
Ceilings
Millwork
Solar Control

Provide manual shades to full extent of vertical


glazing as manufactured by Solarfective c/w Somfy
motors or approved Equal.

Rubber Athletic Flooring in Fitness


Sprung Wood Floor in Aerobic/Dance Studios
Linoleum in Yoga and Cycling Studios
115mm Resilient Rubber Base
Painted Gypsum & Glazed screens
ACT and Gypsum
TBD
Provide manual shades to full extent of vertical
glazing as manufactured by Solarfective c/w Somfy
motors or approved Equal.

Wall Finishes
Ceilings
Sinks
Lockers and Benches
Change Areas

Porcelain tile 50x50mm on Pool deck and Aquatics


Staff
Paint on CMU
Ceramic Tile 100mm by 100mm
Acoustic Panel
Exposed sealed wood deck
Wall hung BFD sink
Phenolic Lockers mix of 50% full height w
50% half locker (TBD)
Solid Wood benches
CMU walls with Phenolic doors for Family Change
and individual change cubicles.

Change Rooms
Linoleum (Marmoleum or eq) in change areas
Porcelain tile 50x50mm in wet areas

Wall Finishes

Paint on CMU
Ceramic Tile 100mm by 100mm

Ceilings

Paint on Suspended GB

Sinks

Wall hung BFD sink

Lockers and Benches

Phenolic Lockers mix of 50% full height w


50% half locker (TBD)
Solid Wood benches
CMU walls with Phenolic doors for Family Change
and individual change cubicles.

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Porcelain tile 400 x 400

Wall Finishes

Ceramic tile - 100mm by 400mm

Ceilings

Suspended GB

Sinks

Wall hung BFD sink

Washroom Accessories
WA1 Toilet Tissue Dispenser by Owner

WA3 Soap Dispenser By Owner


WA4 Paper Towel Waste Receptacle- Semi-Recessed
WA5 Paper Towel Dispenser by Owner
WA6A Feminine Napkin Disposal Bin in wall
WA7 Grab Bar 760mm
WA8 Grab Bar 815mm by 305mm 90 angle
WA9 Mirror - Stainless Steel Channel Frame
WA10 Electric Hand Dryer

Flooring

Change Areas

Flooring

WA2 HSHE Electric hand dryer (Dyson or equal)

Pool
Flooring

Washrooms

WA11 Mop Hooks


WA12 Janitors Shelf

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1.6

1. All doors will have barrier free control.


2. 305mm side leaf doors will be provided where additional door width is
required beyond 915mm.
3. Glazing in doors and screens should be 2 layers of 6mm tempered,
laminated with 1.5mm interlayer.
5. Interior doors will be stain grade wood veneer where F.R.R. is not required

Mechanical Room
Flooring
Walls and Ceiling

Waterproof traffic coating on concrete slab on


grade.
Painted exposed structure & concrete masonry
units
1.7

Stair Finishes
Flooring
Stair Framing

To match corridor floors


C channel stringers
Treads & risers- Break-formed steel plate.

Handrails & Guards

Stainless steel with glass guards

Millwork Specifications

Interior office and meeting room millwork to be


quarter cut hardwood veneer c/w solid hardwood
edge banding and or nosing. Finish with stain and
clear coat catalysed lacquer (20% sheen). To
AWI premium grade quality.
Interior Changeroom and Studio millwork to be
plastic laminate veneer c/w Baltic birch plywood
edge banding.
Millwork is to be built with multi-core plywood with
low formaldehyde particle core.
Provide Hardwood Veneered cabinets in
plain sliced AA veneer on a veneer
plywood core.
Provide cabinets with 6mm hardwood
edging.
Provide cabinets drawers with Blum
Meta-box drawer system.
Countertops to be Solid Surface (Corian
or eq)
Provide monolithic undermounted
stainless steel sinks & drainage boards
where applic.

Sustainable Design Features & Opportunities


The design may incorporate a number of new technologies to innovatively
address the objectives of the Town of Whitchurch Stouffville for the project,
that it is a sustainable & accessible state of the art facility. The design
proposal may contain a number of sustainable design features as follows:

Interior Millwork
General

Doors & Hardware

Solar Domestic Hot Water.


Energy Recovery Wheel: Captures Energy from Exhaust Air Stream
Rain Water Collection: Rain Water Re-use for Irrigation and Grey-water
toilet flushing.
High Efficiency Plumbing Fixtures: Reduced Water consumption
Thermal Mass: Exposed Concrete Structure to act as a energy storage
device and to prevent rapid interior temperature swings
Recycled Content: Cement replacement with slag, Structural steel,
Aluminum Curtain-wall components.
Non- Toxic Finish Products:
Green-Seal Paints & Adhesives,
Formaldehyde Free Millwork, Powder coated steel Lab casework and
other interior finish products utilized will low VOC emissions with an
Ecologo rating.
Green Construction: Recycling during Construction, Air Quality & Dust
contamination Controls during construction

1.8

Barrier Free Design

1.

Parking:
Disabled parking positions will be accommodated based on the building
occupancy in accordance with the requirements of the Town of Whitchurch
Stouffville.

2.

Exterior Features:
Tactile Warning Strips will be accommodated in the Landscape design
package as required at the top and bottom of stairs and at any building
projections within pedestrian access routes. A barrier free route will be
provided for access to the building from the designated disabled parking.
The paving surface will meet standards for wheelchair usage.

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3.

Entrance doors and vestibules:


By code, at least 50% of the public exterior doors require power operators. It
is proposed that one door at each entry/point of access will be accessible.
Buttons will be placed beyond the door swing of the operator door, on a
projecting wall or post. At each entrance door an 810mm clearance between
doorstops and at least 2130 mm is provided between sets of doors in the
enclosed vestibules will be provided.

4.

Tactile Warning Strips:


Tactile warnings on the floor surface or other equivalent means will be
provided around freestanding columns in the corridors and at all transitions to
stairs will be provided

5.

With the exception of the Mechanical and electrical service rooms all interior
spaces will be designed to allow barrier free access by visitors and staff.

1.10

Furniture Fittings and Equipment

FF&E Included in Base


Building Scope

Furniture Fittings and Equipment included in the base

building contract are as follows:

Information Technology, Security and Communications


Empty Conduit & cable trays
General Equipment
Base building automation system
Base building fire alarm system cabling
Motorized and manual window & skylight blinds
Basic Life Safety Signage
Athletic Equipment
Gymnasium backboards
Bleacher Seating
Additional gym equipment TBD

FF& E Excluded from


Base Building Scope

Furniture Fittings and Equipment not included in the


base building contract and will be provided directly by
The Town of Whitchurch Stouffville.
Specific Items have been listed below for information
only. The list includes but is not limited to the
following:
Information Technology and Communications
IT & Data equipment
Communications equipment
Data cabling
Fire alarm system devices
Communications cabling

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Access control and security system including


cameras, door contacts, cabling etc.
Maintenance Equipment
Lifts and or ladders to access equipment
Loose equipment for plant maintenance
Manual chain hoists
Window Washing Anchors
Window washing equipment
Maintenance equipment
Furniture
Loose tables, desks, chairs and accessories
Signage
Donors Plaques

Architectural Drawings

1.0 Architectural Design Brief

1.11 Site Plan

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Architectural Drawings

1.0 Architectural Design Brief

1.12 Floor Plans

Aquatics
Fitness
Multi Purpose
Older Adult
Library
Existing

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Architectural Drawings

1.0 Architectural Design Brief

1.12 Floor Plans

Aquatics
Fitness
Multi Purpose
Older Adult
Library
Existing

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General

1.1

Applicable Codes and Standards

2.1

Foundations

2.2

Gravity System

2.3

Lateral System

2.4

Structural Materials and Strengths

2.5

Serviceability

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STRUCTURAL BRIEF
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WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE LEISURE CENTRE


AND PUBLIC LIBRARY EXPANSION
Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario

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The foundations for the new construction will consist of isolated spread footings centered under
columns and a strip footing supporting the perimeter foundation wall. Foundations supporting
lateral bracing will be connected by grade beams.

GENERAL
The proposed renovation and horizontal expansion of the Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and
Public Library, located at 2 Park Drive, provides facilities to meet the growing community needs.
These include the addition of recreational, fitness, and library space to the existing building.

It should be noted that while the south and west faces of the existing building has conventionally
constructed foundations similar to what is expected for the new expansion, the north and east sides
have footings placed at a significantly lower depth than what is normally expected. This is
commonly seen when the site has pockets of substantially weaker soils or areas of non-engineered
fill that is not adequate for supporting foundations. Although having to place foundations at these
depths is not a significant concern on its own, the presence of the high water table as noted in the
geotechnical report could present challenges in excavating and construction of footings. With this in
mind, it is recommended that a geotechnical consultant be engaged to conduct a survey of the site
to determine the sub-soil conditions and to identify site criteria to be utilized in design of building
foundations.

Programming includes areas that require large column-free spaces such as aquatic facility expansion
as well as a new gymnasium. To accommodate these large spans, structural steel has been selected
as the primary structural material as it provides both efficiency and constructability. In areas where
an aesthetically pleasing exposed structure is preferred, a combination of architecturally finished
structural steel and heavy timber will be used.
There has been discussion regarding the separation of the new gymnasium as a second phase to this
project. From a structural point of view, the challenge will be finding appropriate locations on the
west and north faces of the first phase of new construction to laterally brace the structure prior to
construction of the gymnasium. It would also be recommended that the foundations adjacent to the
gym be designed and constructed to support phase 2 without the need for future retrofit.
1.1

Applicable Codes and Standards


Structural design of the new expansion will be in accordance with the 2012 Ontario Building Code
(OBC). Design environmental loading data will be as per Supplementary Standard SB-1. Additional
requirements included in the Users Guide NBC 2012 Structural Commentaries (Part 4 of Division
B) will be considered. We understand that the existing one storey structure was designed in
accordance with the 1997 Ontario Building Code.
Although the existing development has not been designed as high importance, which is not
uncommon for aquatic facilities, the presence of a new gymnasium in the new expansion makes it
prudent to design the new facility to a high emergency importance. This will allow for the gym to be
used as a shelter space and can be integrated into the communitys emergency plan. Due to the
variance in importance category as well as different lateral system proposed for the new
construction, an expansion joint will be provided to allow for a complete structural separation of the
existing and new construction. This separation need only be provided above grade.

STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS

Foundations
The geotechnical report by EXP on May 17, 2013 for design of a neighboring skateboard park, and
foundation information from the existing buildings structural drawings have been used in
developing preliminary foundation methodology.

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Gravity System

Horizontal Expansion
The horizontal expansion is proposed to provide a seamless connection to the existing facility to
the south and west. The programming of this space includes a second level library and fitness
areas connected to the existing facility by a double height galleria space. Adjacent to this two
storey addition is a new gymnasium with hanging running track. The expansion will extend the
existing aquatic facilities to the West.
The second floor structure will be comprised of 89mm thick concrete slab on 38mm steel deck on
composite steel beams and girders. The typical layout has proportioned bays in the order of 9m x
9m and will provide a one hour fire rating. The second story running track will be constructed in the
same manner and will be supported by cantilevered steel beams from adjacent floor on the north
and east sides as well as hanger from the roof on the south and west sides. Schematic framing plans
are shown at the end of this report, see figures 1, 2, and 3.
The typical roof structure will be 38mm steel deck on open web steel joists supported on structural
steel girders. The roof over the gym will consist of 38mm steel deck on long span open web steel
joists in order to provide a cost effective column free space. An added benefit of this type of
structure is access for mechanical systems through the web openings of the joists. Areas of the
library expansion where the roof structure will remain exposed for aesthetic reasons, a roof
structure consisting of 38mm wood decking on architecturally finished structural steel is proposed.
Over the Galleria space, another area where exposed structure fits into the architecture, 38mm
wood decking on Glulam beams is proposed.
Two options have been reviewed for the roof over the new leisure pool and are addressed below.
Option A Using a proprietary system:
The roof over the new leisure pool will use a proprietary retractable roof system designed
and manufactured by OpenAire. This roof is essentially constructed from layered glass
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layered in a way that they can slide over each other when retracted. Stiffness is a significant
design concern for these types of systems and will often use column frames to minimize
lateral and vertical movements of the roof. In this case, the column frames will also be
designed by OpenAire.
Option B Integrate with existing aquatic facility roof
The roof over the leisure pool will be designed with a similar aesthetic as the existing pool.
This will be constructed using 38mm wood deck supported by glulam purlins that span
between structural steel box girders that match the existing pool structure. These support
lines would be spaced to match up with the existing columns and would cantilever beyond
the existing roof to provide further integration between the new and existing pool space.
Due to the corrosive nature of the aquatic environment, all exposed steel will be protected
with a shop applied epoxy system.

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Existing Structure

The existing structure uses steel braced frames and load bearing masonry walls designed to meet
the 1997 OBC to provide resistance to lateral loads. Since the time of construction, the code has
undergone two significant changes to seismic design requirements. In order to prevent the need to
provide a seismic upgrade to the existing structure, any elements which provide lateral resistance
and must be removed for architectural reasons will be replaced with a system providing at least the
original design capacity.

Where new snow piling is anticipated on the existing structure due to the proposed addition, snow
roofs will be constructed over the existing roof. These will act to transfer the new snow load directly
into the existing columns and load-bearing walls, and will eliminate the need to retrofit beams
spanning between these elements.

Structural Materials and Strengths


Concrete
Reinforcing Steel
Structural Steel
Hollow Structural Sections
Metal Decking

Existing Structure
The existing single storey structure is typically constructed with steel roof deck on steel beams and
joists supported by steel columns and load bearing masonry walls. The existing aquatic facility roof
is constructed with wood deck on timber beams supported by steel box girders. Where required for
architectural modifications, existing load-bearing masonry walls will be removed and replaced with
steel beam and column construction.

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25 MPa (minimum)
CAN/CSA G30.18M
CAN/CSA G40.21-M
ASTM A500
CSSBI 101

Standard Weight
Grade 400R or 400W
Grade 350W
Grade C
Grade A

Serviceability
The structural systems will be designed to satisfy the following deflection criteria:
Floor and Roof Framing
Floor and Roof Framing
Wind Storey Drift
Seismic Story Drift
Vibrations

Live Load Deflection


Total Load Deflection

Span/360
Span/240
Height/500
Height/200
Follow ASCE Design Guide II

Lateral System

Horizontal Expansion
The lateral system for the new expansion will be comprised of steel brace frames connected
together by floor and roof diaphragms. Lateral bracing will be strategically located throughout the
expansion to resist lateral forces and limit horizontal drift with respect to the existing building.
Conventionally constructed braced frames are proposed. They proved an efficient and very stiff
lateral system and can be configured into x-braces, chevron, or inverse chevron (v-brace) to
minimize interferences and allow penetrations such as window and door openings.
Roof and floor diaphragms will connect all of the lateral elements and stabilize the building. In
general, closely spaced braced frames will result in lower diaphragm forces. In most areas of the
building, the floor / roof steel decking will be sufficient to act as the diaphragm. In areas of exposed
wood decking, a layer of 12mm plywood will overlay the decking to provide diaphragm action. In
the areas of the building that the diaphragm is not sufficient, we will provide additional capacity
with steel bracing in the plane of the deck.

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1.

Introduction

2.

Design Standards

3.

HVAC

4.

Plumbing

5.

Pool Water Systems

6.

Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems

7.

System Controls

8.

Air and Water Balancing

9.

Commissioning

10.

Mechanical and Electrical Co-ordination

11.

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1.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

1.1.

It is understood that hazardous materials may be present (e.g. asbestos, mould, PCBs, etc.)
within the existing building. The identification of and abatement recommendations with respect to
hazardous materials is outside the scope of services provided by Smith + Andersen.

2.

THIRD PARTY USE

2.1.

Any use that a third party makes of this document, or reliance on or decisions to be based on it,
are the responsibility of such third party. Smith + Andersen accepts no responsibility for damages,
if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based upon this
document.

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GENERAL LIMITS

DATE:

3.1.

The review of existing installations was general in nature and limited to casual, visual observation
without removal of ceilings, chases, destructive testing or dismantling. The review was not
exhaustive and was performed to acquire a general understanding of the condition of existing
systems. Very limited existing drawings were made available for the review of existing systems.

3.2.

This document has been prepared solely for the use of the CLIENT and its design team
associated with the PROJECT. The material contained in this document reflects Smith +
Andersens best judgement in light of the information available at the time of preparation. There is
no warranty expressed or implied. Professional judgement was exercised in gathering and
assessing information. The recommendations presented are the product of professional care and
competence and cannot be construed as an absolute guarantee.

3.3.

Where expected or anticipated equipment life is provided it is based on ASHRAE Median Service
Life statistics. Actual life of equipment may vary depending on variables such as operation,
service and maintenance frequency.

3.4.

Where equipment sizing is provided it should be considered order-of-magnitude only as the


project details that may affect systems (e.g. envelope quality, occupancy loads, equipment
loading) sizing have not been established or finalized.

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Canadian/American Air Balance Council (CAABC)

.7

Canadian Standards Association (CSA):

.8

Model National Energy Code for Buildings (MNECB)

INTRODUCTION

.9

Natural Gas Utilization Code

.10

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

1.1.

DESCRIPTION

.11

1.1.1.

A proposed Group A Division 2 construction located in Whitchurch-Stoufville.

Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association


(SMACNA)

1.1.2.

The facility will be owned by Whitchurch-Stoufville.

1.1.3.

The building will be approximately 9,600 square metres (SM) or 104,000 square feet
(SF) above grade. Approximate building height is 15 metres (50 feet) from average
grade to the floor of the roof level.

1.

1.1.4.

.3

The facility includes the following unique features:

Ontario
.1

Ontario Building Code (OBC)

.2

Ontario Fire Code (OFC)

.3

Ontario Electrical Safety Code

.4

Operating Engineers Act

.1

An additional pool area opened up to an existing pool

2.4.

OUTDOOR DESIGN CONDITIONS

.2

Building interfaces with the existing community center

2.4.1.

The sizing of mechanical systems shall be based on the outdoor air conditions shown in
the following table:

2.

DESIGN STANDARDS

2.1.

GENERAL

2.1.1.

Mechanical systems shall be designed and installed to maximize usable space within
the building while maintaining optimum service clearances for maintenance and repair.

2.1.2.

All equipment and materials shall be designed and installed in a neat and orderly
fashion. In finished areas all mechanical systems shall be concealed.

2.2.

LEED/ENERGY CONSERVATION

2.2.1.

Design energy consumption to at least 18% below ASHRAE 90.1 model building or 25%
below MNECB model building. This is a minimum goal and shall be evaluated in terms
of the Integrated Design Approach and the requirements for and level of LEED
certification.

Dry Bulb

Wet Bulb

Deg.C (Deg.F)

Deg.C (Deg.F)

Cooling

31 (87.8)

24 (75.2)

Heating

-22 (-7.6)

OBC 1%

2.5.

VENTILATION FOR ACCEPTABLE INDOOR AIR QUALITY

2.5.1.

Ventilation to meet acceptable indoor air quality shall be in accordance with ASHRAE
Standard 62 and the applicable building code.

2.5.2.

Specific minimum outdoor air (OA) ventilation rates are identified in the following table
and are equal to the sum of per person value and per SM (SF) value:
L/s (CFM)
Per Person

L/s-SM
(CFM/SF)

Office, Library

2.4 (5)

0.3 (0.06)

2.3.

CODES AND STANDARDS

Meeting/Multi-purpose

2.4 (5)

0.3 (0.06)

Gymnasium

1.5 (0.3)

2.3.1.

Mechanical systems shall be in accordance with applicable codes and standards


including, but not limited to:

Pool (Pool/Deck)

2.4 (0.48)

Pool (Spectator)

3.8 (0.76)

.1

Pool (Change)

.2

OBC 2.5%

Authorities Having Jurisdiction (local building department requirements, local fire


department requirements, local by-laws)
National:

Lobby/Circulation

0 (0)

0.3 (0.06)

Shipping

0 (0)

0.6 (0.12)

Storage

0 (0)

0.6 (0.12)

Minimum

Comment

OA - ACH

.1

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI)

.2

American National Standards Institute (ANSI)

.3

American Standard for Testing and Materials (ASTM)

2.6.

INDOOR DESIGN CONDITIONS

.4

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

.5

American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers


(ASHRAE):

2.6.1.

The indoor space conditions shall be in accordance with the following table:
Summer

Winter

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Humidity

Temperature

Deg.C. (Deg.F.)

Deg.C. (Deg.F.)

Relative
Humidity

23.9 (75)

50% +/-5%

22.2 (72)

30% +/-5%

50% +/-5%

22.2 (72)

Temperature

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+/-1 Deg.C.
Daycare

23.9 (75)
23.9 (75)

Gym, fitness, conditioning,


aerobics

23.9 (75)

Pool

29.4 (85)

50% +/-5%

22.2 (72)

+/-1 Deg.C.

23.9 (75)

Noise levels due to mechanical equipment, ductwork, grilles, registers, terminal devices,
and diffusers shall be design not to exceed the recommended ASHRAE limit listed
below for the areas indicated:

Note 2

NC (high)
35

+/-1 Deg.C.

Meeting/Multi-purpose

30

35

29.4 (85)

Lobby/Circulation

35

40

+/-1 Deg.C.

Gym, Fitness

35

50% +/-5%

40

26.7 (80)

Property Line

Note 2

Comments

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+/-1 Deg.C.
50% +/-5%

22.2 (72)

Note 2

2.8.3.

The identified noise criteria resulting from the operation of mechanical systems
assumes a finished room with all the final architectural finishes (e.g. ceilings and floor
finishes) and furniture in place.

Note 2: No humidification is provided since the building envelope does not have a continuous vapour barrier.

2.8.4.

During the programming stage, the equipment provided for each space shall be
reviewed in order to establish required cooling. In the event that insufficient equipment
information is available the design shall assume the following minimums loads:

The acoustic performance of the project including mechanical systems shall be


reviewed by the acoustical consultant.

2.9.

FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS

2.10.

The storage and use of flammable and combustible materials is regulated by Authorities
having Jurisdiction (e.g. Part 4 of the Ontario Fire Code) and will limit and control the
use of such materials. The owner must be aware of these limitations. In general, The
use and handling of flammable liquids or combustible liquids in a laboratory shall be
confined within a power-ventilated enclosure [i.e. fume hood]

2.11.

SYSTEM REDUNDANCY

2.11.1.

There shall be N+1 redundancy (Components - N - have at least one independent


backup component +1) applied to the following systems:

+/-1 Deg.C.

Note 1: Special space indoor design conditions to be determined during programming.

Lighting

Equipment

W/SM (W/SF)

W/SM (W/SF)

Office

12 (1.1)

22 (2.0)

Classroom/Lecture

15 (1.4)

22 (2.0)

Meeting/Multi-purpose

15 (1.4)

22 (2.0)

Lobby/Circulation

5.4 (0.5)

5.4 (0.5)

Comments

2.7.

AIR FILTRATION DESIGN

2.7.1.

The following air filtration levels are proposed for the new HVAC air handling systems
indicated:

2.7.2.

2.8.2.

30

60% +/-5%

+/-1 Deg.C.

2.6.2.

All mechanical systems and components shall be designed and installed with attention
to reducing sound and vibration levels to meet noise criteria and provide a space that is
comfortable, acoustically, for the occupants.

NC (low)

22.2 (72)

+/-2 Deg.C.
Lobby Circulation

2.8.1.

Office, Library

50% +/-5%

+/-1 Deg.C.

26.7 (80)

NOISE DESIGN CRITERIA

+/-1 Deg.C.

+/-2 Deg.C.
Pool and Fitness (Change)

Note 2

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+/-1 Deg.C.

+/-1 Deg.C.
Office, Classroom,
Lecture, Meeting,
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Heating water pump system;

.2

Storm sump pumps;

.3

Sanitary sump pumps;

.1

Exhaust air systems:

None

.2

Exhaust air systems c/w Heat Recovery

MERV 7 (Formerly 30%)

2.12.

EXISTING BUILDING

.3

Supply air systems (Pre Filters):

MERV 7 (Formerly 30%)

.4

Supply air systems (Final Filters):

MERV 14 (Formerly 95%)

2.12.1.

The existing community center was completed in 2002 which means most of the
equipment is just over 12 years old. The original size of the community center is 14,215
sqft and the proposed is to be approximately 36,131sqft.

2.12.2.

The existing facility has a pool area, fitness, library, change rooms, administration,
meeting rooms and washrooms.

2.12.3.

Existing drawings are available

2.12.4.

A conditions assessment has yet to be completed on existing equipment.

Environmental discharges (i.e. exhausts) are regulated by Authorities having


Jurisdiction (e.g. in Ontario under the Ministry of the Environment). The owner shall be
required to apply for the appropriate approval. In Ontario, for example, such approvals
include Environmental Activity and Sector Registry (EASR) or Environmental
Compliance Approval (ECA). An ECA requires a study of discharges. The User must
provide a list of chemicals that are being exhausted to the Environmental Consultant in
order to complete such a study.

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HVAC

3.2.7.

3.1.

GENERAL

Heating coils not subjected to below freezing conditions shall be serviced by the heating
water system.

3.2.8.

3.1.1.

The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) design and installation shall
conform to current applicable codes and standards and shall be sized by recognized
computation procedures referenced in ASHRAE.

Heating coils subjected to below freezing conditions shall be serviced by a glycol


heating system complete with plate and frame heat exchanger and glycol distribution
pumps. Glycol shall be 40% propylene glycol by volume.

3.2.9.

Perimeter heating shall be provided through fan powered variable air volume boxes with
electronically commutated motor (ECM) with hot water heating coils provided the
perimeter heat loss is limited to permit overhead heating.

3.2.10.

Perimeter heating shall be provided with in-floor radiant heating (where appropriate), sill
and/or pedestal mounted perimeter heating with custom enclosure.

3.2.11.

Entrances and service spaces shall be heated by force flow heating water cabinets or
unit heaters.

3.2.12.

Loading dock and similar type doors shall be equipped with overhead glycol air curtains
that shall be switched to start when the door is opened.

3.2.13.

Radiant floor heating system shall consist of high density cross-linked polyethylene
tubing embedded into the flooring structure/system. System shall be complete with
distribution manifolds, circuit isolation and balancing valves, and controls. Tubing shall
be rated for not less than 82.2 deg. C. (180 deg. F.) working temperature and 100 psig
working pressure.

3.2.14.

Snow melting systems shall consist of high density cross-linked polyethylene tubing
embedded into the structure/system. System shall be complete with distribution
manifolds, circuit isolation and balancing valves, and controls. Tubing shall be rated for
not less than 82.2 deg. C. (180 deg. F.) working temperature and 100 psig working
pressure. Glycol shall be 50% propylene glycol by volume.

3.2.15.

Chemical treatment systems including pipe line filters shall be provided for all heating
water systems.

3.3.

COOLING SYSTEM

3.3.1.

EXISTING COOLING

3.1.2.

Distribution pumps shall be duplex, lead/lag systems (two pumps sized at 100% of the
peak design circulation rate) to provide redundancy during times of service.

3.1.3.

Variable flow distribution systems shall utilize variable frequency drives (VFD) on the
distribution pumps and two-way control valves at the terminal devices. Minimum system
flow rates shall be maintained either by including three-way control valves at a sufficient
number of terminal devices or by installing a two-way (bypass) control valve across the
supply and return mains modulated by a differential pressure controller.

3.2.

HEATING SYSTEM

3.2.1.

EXISTING
.1

3.2.2.

3.2.3.

The existing heating plant is comprised of two force draft high efficiency non
condensing 1000MBH input heating boilers. The configuration of the plant is a
primary/secondary arrangement with dedicated primary pumps for each boiler.
This plant serves perimeter heating, pool AHU and the pool system heat
exchangers. The heating medium is glycol.

The central boiler plant shall consist of two ultra-high efficiency, condensing, gas-fired,
forced draft boilers each sized for approximately 70% of the total heating water
requirement for the addition. Each boiler shall be sized for approximately 879 kW (3,000
Btu/hr) input. Boilers shall be equal to Aerco, Lockinvar or Dedietrich.
The heating plant shall be sized to serve:
.1

Perimeter envelope losses.

.2

Building air handling unit heating coils.

.3

Reheat, if required.

.4

Pool heating (if not supplied from the existing boiler plant)

.5

Snow melting, if required.

.6

Entrance heating.

.1

There are no central cooling systems in the existing building

.2

All cooling systems are contained within the rooftop units

3.3.2.

Cooling shall be generated by direct expansion (DX) cooling coils located in roof
mounted air conditioning units with integrated air-cooled condensers. Refer to Air
Handling Units section.

3.2.4.

The heating water pumping system shall be primary/secondary.

3.2.5.

The primary system shall consist of pumps: one dedicated to each boiler.

3.4.

REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS

3.2.6.

Secondary heating water pump sets (run/standby) shall vary flow in response to building
requirements through the use of variable speed drives. Secondary systems shall be
provided for:

3.4.1.

Refrigeration systems shall be in accordance with CSA B52 or ASHRAE Standard 15.

3.4.2.

Refrigerant piping passing through different fire zones (e.g. vertical pipe shaft between
floors shall be fire rated).

3.5.

HUMIDIFICATION

3.5.1.

Humidification for library units shall be accomplished through the use of natural gasfired humidifiers. Dedicated compartments within the air handling units shall be used to
protect the humidifiers. The humidifiers shall be equal to Dri-Steem GTS.

.1

Perimeter heating (supply water temperature shall be adjusted in relationship with


outdoor air through the building automation system).

.2

Building air handling unit heating coils (supply water temperature shall be
adjusted in relationship with outdoor air through the building automation system).
Pool water heating.

.3

Domestic hot water.

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3.6.

AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS

.9

3.6.1.

Existing Roof Top Units

Individual change rooms shall each be provided with a duct-mounted hot water
heating coil to maintain space temperature.

.10

Acoustical concerns shall be addressed as described in the Noise and Vibration


Control Section.

.1

.2
3.6.2.

Existing systems are as follows:


Airflow

Cooling

Heating

L/S (CFM)

kW (Ton)

kW (Btu/hr)

Comments

RT-1

20,000cfm

RT-2

3050cfm

7.5 tons

Duct

Change room

RT-3

4010cfm

10 tons

Duct

Library

RT-4

4070cfm

10 tons

Duct

Library

RT-5

4480cfm

10 tons

Duct

Library

RT-6

2830cfm

7.5 tons

Duct

Reception

RT-7

2100cfm

5 tons

Duct

Multi purpose

RT-8

1800cfm

5 tons

Duct

Aerobics

RT-9

4500cfm

12.5

Duct

Weightroom

.2

Variable Air Volume Units RTUs


.1

Variable air volume (VAV) units shall be roof-mounted and shall recirculate air
from the space to the air handler unit, mix with outdoor air, filter, heat or cool and
supply to the space. The unit shall be capable of 100% outdoor air for free
cooling (economizer mode) when the ambient conditions permit. Unit shall be
complete with demand control ventilation sequence.

.2

Units shall consist of dampers, mixing section, filters, DX cooling cool glycol
heating coil, humidifier (for library), supply fan with variable speed drive, and
separate return fan with variable speed drive.

.3

Units shall be complete with integrated enthalpy wheel sized for minimum outdoor
air requirements such that when the unit is not in free cooling (economizer mode)
energy is reclaimed/rejected from exhaust air streams. These shall be evaluated
for the library, gymnasium and strength and conditioning only

.4

Custom commercial units shall be equal to Haakon, Engineered Air, Ingenia,


Racan, or Ventrol.

.5

System capacities shall be as follows:

Pool Unit, Dectron

Existing areas which will be repurposed shall be reviewed to determine whether


distribution and unit type is suitable.

Outdoor Air Heat Recovery Washroom Exhaust Enthalpy Recovery RTUs


.1

3.6.3.

Conditioned (heated and partly cooled) ventilation/outdoor air shall be supplied to


change rooms by a 100% outdoor air, constant air volume roof-mounted air
handling unit with heat recovery sections to reclaim/reject waste heat from
exhaust air streams.
The fitness and pool change room washroom exhaust shall be centrally collected
and exhaust via the air handling unit heat recovery section.

.3

Unit shall consist of dampers, filters, enthalpy wheel, DX cooling cool, glycol
heating coil, supply fan and exhaust fan.

.4

Units shall include an enthalpy heat recovery section to dry the supply air
stream.

.5

Custom commercial units shall be equal to Haakon, Engineered Air, Ingenia,


Racan, or Ventrol. A cost saving alternative can be considered to supply Cook or
Greenheck ERVs.

.6

System capacities shall be as follows:


Airflow

Cooling

Heating

L/S (CFM)

kW (Ton)

kW (Btu/hr)

RTU-10

2000cfm

6 tons

50mbh

Fitness

RTU-11

3000cfm

10 tons

75mbh

Pool Change

.8

Change Room exhaust systems shall consist of anodised aluminum ductwork


and shall exhaust the air from the shower and fixture areas through the enthalpy
wheel in the roof top unit.

Heating

kW (Ton)

kW (Btu/hr)

RTU-12

9,400 (20000)

40tons

80MBH

Library

RTU-13

8,000 (17000)

35tons

70MBH

Library

RTU-14

2800 (6000)

15 tons

40MBH

Galleria (single zone)

RTU-15

7500 (15000)

50 tons

100MBH

Gymnasium (single
zone)

RTU-18

2800 (6000)

20tons

80MBH

Strength and
Conditioning (single
zone)

Note 1:

.7

The ceiling space shall form a return air plenum. Return air shall be through light
fixtures, approved grilles, and/or additional perimeter architectural return air slots
provided in the hung ceiling plenums. Return air shall be transferred into the
compartment unit room via silencers.

.8

Variable volume control shall be achieved using a variable speed drive (VSD) on
the supply fan. A static pressure sensor in the discharge duct shall control the
VSD. Supply and return fan air monitoring shall adjust return fan VSD to maintain
required airflow differential.

.9

Single zone VAV systems shall be equipped with fans on VFDs which can reduce
airflow during times of lower occupancy.

.10

See Variable Air Volume Terminal Devices section.

.11

Acoustical concerns shall be addressed as described in the Noise and Vibration


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The DX air conditioning shall have more than one stage of cooling for control over
supply air temperature. It shall also be equipped with hot gas bypass.

Note 1: Any supplementary notes can be added here.

The DX air conditioning shall have more than one stage of cooling for control over
supply air temperature. It shall also be equipped with hot gas bypass.

Cooling

L/S (CFM)

.6

Comments

.7

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.1

.2
.3

.4

3.6.5.

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Constant Volume small roof top units shall be roof-mounted and shall recirculate
air from the space to the air handler unit, mix with outdoor air, filter, heat or cool
and supply to the space. The unit shall be capable of 100% outdoor air for free
cooling (economizer mode) when the ambient conditions permit. Unit shall be
complete with demand control ventilation sequence.

.3

Unit shall consist of mixing dampers, mixing section, filters, cooling coil, heating
coil, condenser reheat coil, exhaust air heat recovery coil, associated outside air
pre-heat coil, supply and return fans. All surfaces within the unit shall be epoxy
coated and coils shall be heresite coated.

.4

Unit shall be equal to Dectron.

.5

System capacities shall be as follows:

Units shall consist of dampers, mixing section, filters, DX cooling coil, glycol
heating coil, supply fan with variable speed drive.
AHU-1

Units shall be equal to Aaon:


Airflow

Cooling

Heating

L/S (CFM)

kW (Ton)

kW (Btu/hr)

RTU-16

950 (2000)

6tons

30MBH

Aerobics (single zone)

RTU-17

950 (2000)

6tons

30MBH

Aerobics (single zone)

RTU-19

1180 (2500)

4tons

20MBH

Administration

RTU-20

950 (2000)

4tons

20MBH

Childcare

Comments

The ceiling space shall form a return air plenum. Return air shall be through light
fixtures, approved grilles, and/or additional perimeter architectural return air slots
provided in the hung ceiling plenums. Return air shall be transferred into the
compartment unit room via silencers.

.2

3.6.7.

Terminal room control shall be fan powered variable air volume boxes with
electrically commuted motors (ECM) and hot water coils equal to E.H.Price or
Titus. Non-fan powered variable volume boxes may be used for interior zones
without heating requirements. This shall be limited to perimeter units in the
library.
Units shall be equal to E.H.Price or Titus with direct digital control.

.4

Acoustical concerns shall be addressed as described in the Noise and Vibration


Control Section.

.5

The ceiling space shall form a return air plenum. Return air shall be through light
fixtures, approved grilles, and/or additional perimeter architectural return air slots
provided in the hung ceiling plenums.

Moisture Removal

L/S (CFM)

kg/hr (Lb/hr)

11,200 (25,000cfm) 6

12,300
(27,000cfm)

## (##)

Comments
See Note 1

The system and associated ductwork shall be capable of handling 100% outside
air. All pool system ductwork and grilles shall be aluminum.

.7

The air shall be supplied via ductwork above the operable doors and into the
space through grilles pointing down along the exterior wall. Return shall be
ducted from both high and low level complete with motor operated dampers that
permit a purge/sweep mode that will adjust to 100% return at low level.

Miscellaneous Systems
.1

Elevator machine and controller rooms shall be provided with split system cooling
units capable of operation at low ambient temperatures. Hydraulic and machineless elevator machine rooms shall be exhausted to maintain at a negative
pressure to maintain ventilation air into the room.

.2

Separate washroom exhaust systems shall be provided for the washroom groups
if they are not attached to heat recovery systems. The make-up shall be
transferred from the adjacent corridors.

.3

Ventilation systems, comprising filtered outdoor and an exhaust air fan, shall be
provided for the mechanical and electrical rooms. Each system shall cycle the
fan to maintain a space temperature.

.4

Self-contained air conditioning units shall be provided for server/LAN rooms.

.5

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Systems


.1

Variable refrigerant flow system for miscellaneous utility rooms requiring


cooling shall consist of central condensing units and local evaporator units.
Evaporator units shall be of wall-mounted.

.2

Zoning/circuiting of the refrigeration shall be arranged such that total


refrigerant charge shall be within the Code limits (e.g. CSA B52 or
ASHRAE Standard 15) for the smallest zone served by the system.

Natatorium Units AHU-1

.3

Condensate pumps shall be provided for evaporator units.

.1

The natatorium shall be served by an indoor constant air volume dehumidification


unit. Air shall be recirculated from the space to the air handler unit, mixed with
outdoor air, filtered, dehumidified, reheated and supplied to the space. Unit shall
be capable of 100% outdoor air for free cooling when possible.

.4

VRF system shall be shall be equal to Daikin, LG, or Mitsubishi.

.2

Heat generated by the compressors during the dehumidification process shall be


exchanged with the pool water to heat the pool or supply air to maintain space
conditions. A remote air-cooled condenser section shall reject heat in the summer
to provide air conditioning in the space.

.6
3.6.6.

Return Airflow

L/S (CFM) - AC/HR

Note 1:

Terminal room control shall be by fan-powered box in all meeting rooms and
variable air volume (VAV) boxes elsewhere that vary the primary supply air
volume to maintain conditions and minimum ventilation requirements.

.3

Supply Airflow

.6

Variable Air Volume (VAV) Terminal Devices


.1

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.6

Exhaust system of suitable construction shall be provided for dishwasher


exhaust.

.7

If required, a laundry exhaust system shall be provided for the laundry room.

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3.7.1.

All mechanical equipment shall be equipped with vibration isolation control measures to
reduce the transfer of vibration generated noise into the building structure.

4.2.4.

To accurately and appropriately size the sump pits and pumps, the geotechnical
consultant should provide flow rates based on the soil tests/borehole results.

3.7.2.

All supply, return and exhaust air system shall be equipped with silencers to reduce the
duct borne equipment noise in the occupied spaces to acceptable NC levels.
Attenuators are acceptable on variable air volume (VAV) boxes and fan powered VAV
boxes provided acceptable to the acoustic consultant.

4.2.5.

The civil consultant shall prepare the storm water management (SWM) approach for the
site, which may determine that a retention storm cistern is required.

4.3.

SANITARY SYSTEMS

3.8.

INSULATION

4.3.1.

A complete system of plumbing fixtures and sanitary drainage and vent piping shall be
provided.

3.8.1.

Insulation for HVAC systems shall be in accordance with ASHRAE 90.1.

4.3.2.

4.

PLUMBING

New above grade drains shall be collected and drained by gravity to site sanitary
sewers. Drains below the municipal services invert elevations shall be collected in
sump pits complete with duplex submersible pumps. Pits shall be pumped into the
gravity drainage piping.

4.1.

GENERAL

4.4.

GREASE INTERCEPTOR

4.1.1.

Existing Plumbing

4.4.1.

Grease interceptors shall be complete with an alarm to indicate when pump out is
required. Grease interceptor shall be complete with piped pump-out, maximum 30 m
(100 ft) to permit remote draining. Current plans do not indicate a commercial kitchen so
a grease interceptor is not anticipated.

4.5.

PLUMBING FIXTURES

4.5.1.

The following plumbing fixtures are anticipated for the project:

.1

Existing

4.1.2.

The Plumbing System shall conform to the applicable building code (e.g. Ontario
Building Code (OBC)).

4.1.3.

All exterior site services including external cisterns shall be provided under the Site
Works contract. Scope of work for this Division shall end at 1,500 mm (60 inch) outside
building perimeter

4.1.4.

Above floor storm drains, sanitary drains and vents, 65 mm (2-1/2 inch) and larger shall
be cast iron.

4.1.5.

Above floor sanitary drains and vents, 50 mm (2 inch) and smaller shall be hard temper
DWV copper drainage tubing.

Group

Description

W-1

Water Closet

Wall mounted, electronic flush valve

Comments

W-2

Water Closet

Wall mounted, barrier free, electronic flush


valve

U-1

Urinal

Wall hung, electronic flush valve

L-1

Lavatory

Counter mounted, electronic no touch


100 mm (4 inch) centre set.

4.1.6.

Buried storm piping within the building shall be PVC.

4.1.7.

Buried sanitary piping within the building shall be PVC.

L-2

Lavatory

4.1.8.

Domestic water piping shall be copper type L.

Counter mounted, barrier free, electronic


no touch 100 mm (4 inch) centre set.

JS-1

Janitor Sink

4.1.9.

Valves shall be Crane or equal of type and construction to suit service and working
pressures.

Precast floor mounted, faucet with hose


set.

S-1

Sink

Counter mounted, single bowl, stainless


steel, 200 mm (8 inch) centre set.

4.1.10.

For all services 50 mm (2 inch) and smaller 4,136 kPa (600 psig) WOG ball valves shall
be used.

S-2

Sink

Counter mounted, double bowl, stainless


steel, 200 mm (8 inch) centre set.

SH-1

Shower

4.2.

STORM SYSTEMS

Pressure balanced mixing valve, floor or


trench drain.

SH-2

Shower

4.2.1.

A complete system of roof drains and storm drainage piping shall be provided. It is
assumed that flow control will be accomplished via site services cistern or other site
control measures.

Pressure balanced mixing valve, barrier


free with three fixed showerheads
mounted at different heights with diverter
valve, floor drain.

DF-1

Drinking Fountain

Wall mounted, barrier free, nonrefrigerated with bottle filler.

4.2.2.

New above grade drains shall be collected and drained by gravity to site storm sewers.

4.2.3.

Weeping tile shall be collected in settling sumps and transferred to sump pits complete
with duplex submersible pumps. Pits shall be pumped into site services storm drainage
system.

4.5.2.

Plumbing fixtures shall be water conserving type. Minimum (Refer to LEED/ENERGY


CONSERVATION) baseline requirements:
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4.8 Litres per flush

1.2 Gallons per flush

Urinals

1.9 Litres per flush

.5 Gallons per flush

Lavatories (Public)

1.9 LPM @ 414 kPa

0.5 GPM @ 60 psig

Lavatories (Private)

8.3 LPM @ 414 kPa

2.2 GPM @ 60 psig

Showerheads

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4.9.1.

Rainwater from new roof drains shall be collected in a concrete cistern (by Division 2)
where it is then strained, filtered, and pumped throughout the building to serve water
closets and urinals. The building potable domestic water system shall be connected
into the grey water system complete with a reduced backflow preventer downstream of
the pump. This shall allow operation of the building plumbing fixtures should the system
lose the operation of the pump, or if there is insufficient water in the cistern.

4.9.2.

The grey water pump shall be equipped with a variable speed drive.

4.6.

DOMESTIC COLD WATER

4.9.3.

A cistern mounted pressure sensor shall monitor the rainwater level in the cistern.

4.6.1.

Existing Service

4.10.

NATURAL GAS

4.10.1.

Existing gas service

.1

There is an existing 100mm service into the building

4.6.2.

An upgraded domestic water service shall be brought into the building for domestic
water and fire services. The domestic water and fire services shall be isolated from the
municipal water supply by approved backflow prevention devices.

4.6.3.

The water service shall be split into potable domestic water and non-potable domestic
water. A reduced pressure backflow preventer shall isolate the building from the water
service. Potable water shall include all plumbing fixtures excluding laboratory sinks
which shall be considered non-potable.

4.7.

DOMESTIC HOT WATER

4.7.1.

Existing Domestic Hot Water


.1

.1
4.10.2.

An upgraded natural gas service shall be distributed to the new boiler room and
humidifiers as required. All gas piping shall be schedule 40. Piping 64 mm (2-1/2 inch)
and larger shall be welded. All gas piping shall be painted yellow in its entirety including
concealed areas.

4.10.3.

A high pressure risers 34.5 kPa (5 psig) shall serve the mechanical penthouse. A low
pressure PRV station at approximately 1,744 to 2,740 Pa (7 to 11 in.WC.) shall be
provided to serve the kitchen.

4.10.4.

Natural gas service for emergency generators shall be piped independently from the
incoming service connection (downstream of the meter) to the generator. Dedicated
generator gas supply shall be in a vented shaft with minimum vent opening of 25 mm (1
inch) as per CSA B149.1. The vented shaft shall be fire rated to match the floor slab
rating. Any horizontal dedicated generator gas pipe shall be fire rated to match the floor
slab rating.

4.11.

INSULATION

4.11.1.

Insulation for plumbing systems shall be in accordance with ASHRAE 90.1.

4.11.2.

All exposed insulation shall be complete with PVC jacket or canvas lagging suitable for
painting.

The existing domestic hot water boilers are comprised of x2 Teledyne Laars
400MBH input boilers and x2 2180 liters Clemmer storage tanks.

4.7.2.

Domestic hot water shall be generated by four 500 Litre (130 USgallon) storage water
heaters each sized at 50% of the building load and located in the mechanical room.
Each water heater shall be equal to AO Smith Cyclone complete with storage tank and
double-walled heat exchanger capable of using boiler heating water to raise incoming
domestic water through 55.6 deg.C. (100 deg.F.).

4.7.3.

Alternative: A solar collector array consisting of TBD panels shall preheat domestic
cold water in two ## Litre (## USgallon) storage tanks. Each collector shall produce
approximately 30 MBH of heat. When tank water temperatures permit, water from the
storage tanks is circulated to the domestic hot water tanks to reduce the gas
consumption of the water heaters.

The existing gas service is sized for 4000MBH

4.7.4.

A replaceable bladder expansion tank suitable for domestic hot water shall be installed
on the domestic hot water system to accommodate thermal expansion.

5.

POOL WATER SYSTEMS

4.7.5.

A recirculation loop and recirculation pump shall maintain flow in the domestic hot water
system to maintain hot water at the fixtures at all time.

5.1.

GENERAL

4.8.

TEMPERED WATER

5.1.1.

Any new pool water systems revisions shall conform to the applicable building code
(e.g. Ontario Building Code (OBC)).

4.8.1.

A tempered water distribution shall be provided for emergency showers and eyewashes.
Tempered water shall be maintained at 23.9 deg.C. (75 deg.F.). Tempered water shall
be Potable water.

5.1.2.

Any new pool water recirculation system piping, valves and fittings shall be PVC.

5.1.3.

New main drains, skimmers, wall fittings and other white goods shall be provided to
complete the proposed pool mechanical systems.

4.9.

GREY WATER SYSTEM

5.1.4.

Each pool recirculation system shall be independent to avoid the possibility of crosscontamination.

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LEISURE POOL

5.2.1.

The proposed pool design parameters/details are as follows:

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.1

Maximum pool temperature: 33 deg.C. (93 deg.F.)

.2

Pool volume: 200,000 Litres (51,000 US gallons) - Approximation

.3

Pool design changeover rate: 2 hours

.4

Pool/filter flow rate: 1130 L/min (300 USgpm). Achieved by two base mounted all
bronze centrifugal pumps sized at approximately 11 kW (15 HP) in a run/standby
configuration to allow removal of one pump for service without harming pool
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6.1.1.

The Fire Protection System shall conform to the applicable building code (e.g. Ontario
Building Code (OBC)).

6.2.

SPRINKLER

6.2.1.

A wet pipe, hydraulically sized sprinkler system shall be installed for the building.
Sprinkler design shall be to NFPA 13.

6.2.2.

It is assumed that the design does not need to comply with FM standards

6.2.3.

Sprinkler heads shall be:


.1

Upright brass type where no ceiling exists.

.5

Filtration method: Two horizontal high-rate sand filters equal to Nemato model
number NFS-42-275 complete with stacking stand.

.2

Concealed type where ceilings occur.

.3

Provided with guards in exposed areas where heads are susceptible to damage.

.6

Heating: Titanium plate and frame heat exchanger fed from boiler heating water
system.

.4

Sidewall or concealed in suites.

.7

Chemical Treatment: Bulk liquid chlorine with CO2 for pH control, supplemented
with a UV system for increased protection against bacteria.

.8

Balancing/Surge tank: minimum 7600 Litre (2000 US gallon) capacity.

.9

Minimum filter backwash rate: 1600 L/min (420 USgpm) per filter

.10

Minimum drain down rate: 285 L/min (75 USgpm)

5.3.

LEISURE 2 POOL

5.3.1.

The proposed pool design parameters/details are as follows:


.1

Maximum pool temperature: 33.9 deg.C. (93 deg.F.)

.2

Pool volume: 150,000 Litres (39000 US gallons) - Approximation

.3

Pool design changeover rate: 2 hours

.4

Pool/filter flow rate: 950 L/min (250 USgpm). Achieved by two base mounted all
bronze centrifugal pumps sized at approximately 7.5 kW (10 HP) in a run/standby
configuration to allow removal of one pump for service without harming pool
operation.

.5

Filtration method: Two horizontal high-rate sand filters equal to Nemato model
number NFS-42-225 complete with stacking stand.

.6

Heating: Titanium plate and frame heat exchanger fed from boiler heating water
system.

.7

Chemical Treatment: Bulk liquid chlorine with CO2 for pH control, supplemented
with a UV system for increased protection against bacteria.

.8

Balance tank/surge tank: minimum 5700 Litre (1500 US gallon) capacity.

.9

Minimum filter backwash rate: 1280 L/min (337 USgpm) per filter

.10

Minimum drain down rate: 190 L/min (50 USgpm)

6.

FIRE PROTECTION AND LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS

6.1.

GENERAL

6.2.4.

All piping 65 mm (2-1/2 inch) and larger shall be schedule 40 with Victaulic fittings.

6.2.5.

All piping 50 mm (2 inch) and smaller shall be screwed.

6.2.6.

Piping and fittings in pool areas shall be galvanized to resist rust in the humid
environment. Sprinkler heads shall be polyester coated type.

6.2.7.

The following sprinkler zones and coverage is anticipated.


Area

Type

Hazard

Offices, Multi-Purpose,
Library (with normal stacks)

Wet

Light

Gymnasium

Wet

Ordinary GR 1

Guards on heads

Pool and Change Rooms

Wet

Light

Galvanized piping, poly-coated heads

Exterior Canopies

Dry

Light

Galvanized piping

Mechanical Rooms, Storage


Rooms

Wet

Ordinary GR 1

6.2.8.

All supervised valves shall have end switches. Division 16 shall wire valves and
switches into the main fire alarm panel.

6.3.

SPRINKLER WATER SERVICE

6.3.1.

It is assumed that a fire pump is not required and that standpipe system will not be
required. Verification of the height of the galleria will be required to conclusively
determine whether a standpipe system is required.

6.3.2.

Fire department siamese connection shall be extended for the sprinkler and shall be
located near the main fire department entrance and not to exceed 45 metre (150 feet)
from a fire hydrant.

6.3.3.

Fire department Siamese connection shall be provided for the sprinkler system.

6.4.

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

6.4.1.

General areas including offices shall be covered by water type extinguishers.


Mechanical rooms, electrical rooms and similar spaces shall be provided with chemical
fire extinguishers.

6.5.

ADDITIONAL MEASURES FOR BUILDING FIRE SAFETY

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.1

The building is not expected to require a smoke control system typically related to
interconnected floor spaces. An independent code review shall confirm this at a
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9.1.1.

Contractor shall perform equipment testing (piping, ductwork) and obtain sign-offs,
equipment start-up and check sheet (with manufacturers), arrange for training on
equipment (provided to owner) and coordinate with independent commissioning agent.

9.2.

INDEPENDENT COMMISSIONING
To be determined.

6.6.

NATURAL GAS DIESEL GENERATOR SYSTEMS

9.2.1.

6.6.1.

If required, the emergency generator shall be a pre-packaged, exterior unit complete


with all required ventilation and integral fuel storage.

10.

MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL CO-ORDINATION

6.7.

SEISMIC REQUIREMENTS

10.1.

6.7.1.

The building shall have a Relevant Importance Category of:

Motor starters shall be supplied and installed by Division 16. Starters shall be grouped
into motor control centres or starter racks where feasible. Power wiring (line side and
load side) shall be by Division 16.

10.2.

Variable speed drives shall be supplied and installed by Division 15. Power wiring (load
and line) shall be by Division 16.

10.3.

Control wiring shall be by Division 15.

10.4.

All fire alarm wiring shall be by Division 16. All smoke detectors including duct-mounted
smoke detectors, integral with the fire alarm system, shall be supplied and installed by
Division 16.

11.

NOTABLE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FEATURES

11.1.

The facility will feature a cistern which can reuse water for purposes such as flushing
urinals and water closets rather than use domestic water

11.2.

Enthalpy wheels shall be used on units with high outside air

11.3.

Condensing boilers shall be used for most heating purposes achieving high combustion
efficiencies

.1

6.7.2.

High: Buildings that are likely to be used as post-disaster shelters including


buildings whose primary use is as an elementary, middle or secondary school, a
community centre and manufacturing or storage facilities containing toxic,
explosive or other hazardous substances in sufficient quantities to be dangerous
to the public if released (IE = 1.3).

Based on preliminary discussions with the structural consultants, IE x Sa(0.2) x Fa is less


than 0.35 and the mechanical system components described under the Building Code
and their connections to the structure shall not be designed as outlined therein.

7.

SYSTEM CONTROLS

7.1.

General

7.1.1.

Building control systems shall be by Siemens, TAC (Automated Logic), Invensys, or


Johnson Controls.

7.2.

Building Automation System (BAS)

7.2.1.

A microprocessor system incorporating direct digital control shall be installed to control


and monitor the mechanical systems. The BAS shall be BACNET or Echelon compliant
where possible.

7.2.2.

The BAS shall control and monitor air handlers, exhaust fan, heating and cooling
equipment, and terminal units. The BAS shall interface with chillers, cooling towers, and
boilers. The BAS shall monitor sump pits, temperature in critical common areas, etc.

7.2.3.

The building operators terminal shall be located in the building operators room.

8.

AIR AND WATER BALANCING

8.1.1.

All air and water systems shall be balanced prior to building turn-over. Balancing reports
shall be submitted for review by the consultant and owner.

9.

COMMISSIONING

9.1.

CONTRACTOR COMMISSIONING

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Introduction

2.

Design Standards

3.

Normal Power Distribution

4.

Emergency Power Distribution

5.

Fire Alarm

6.

Lighting

7.

Lighting Control

8.

Metering

9.

Grounding System

10.

EMI Considerations

11.

Communications

12.

Security System

13.

Co-ordination of Mechanical and Electrical and Others

14.

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30 BURKHOLDER STREET

1.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

1.1.

It is understood that hazardous materials may be present (e.g. asbestos, mould, PCBs, etc.)
within the existing building. The identification of and abatement recommendations with respect to
hazardous materials is outside the scope of services provided by Smith + Andersen.

2.

THIRD PARTY USE

2.1.

Any use that a third party makes of this document, or reliance on or decisions to be based on it,
are the responsibility of such third party. Smith + Andersen accepts no responsibility for damages,
if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based upon this
document.

3.

GENERAL LIMITS

3.1.

The review of existing installations was general in nature and limited to casual, visual observation
without removal of ceilings, chases, destructive testing or dismantling. The review was not
exhaustive and was performed to acquire a general understanding of the condition of existing
systems. Very limited existing drawings were made available for the review of existing systems.

3.2.

This document has been prepared solely for the use of the CLIENT and its design team
associated with the PROJECT. The material contained in this document reflects Smith +
Andersens best judgement in light of the information available at the time of preparation. There is
no warranty expressed or implied. Professional judgement was exercised in gathering and
assessing information. The recommendations presented are the product of professional care and
competence and cannot be construed as an absolute guarantee.

3.3.

Where equipment sizing is provided it should be considered order-of-magnitude only as the


project details that may affect systems have not been established or finalized.

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1.

INTRODUCTION

1.1.

A proposed Group A Division X construction located in Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON.

1.2.

The facility is to be owned by Whitchurch-Stouffville.

1.3.

The existing building is approximately 3,600 square metres or 39,000 square feet. The
new building expansion is to be approximately 9,600 square meters or 104,000 square
feet above grade and 2 stories tall. It will be approximately 15 meters (50 feet) tall.

1.4.

The facility includes the following unique features.


.1
.2

DESIGN STANDARDS

2.1.

The Electrical systems will be designed in accordance with the current edition of the
following Codes and Standards:

Ontario Building Code


Ontario Electrical Safety Code
National Fire Protection Authority (NFPA)
Ontario Fire Code
Local Ordinances and Authorities
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) standards
Illumination Engineering Society (IES) Standards
ASHRAE 90.1 Energy Efficient Design of New Buildings
The National Energy Code For Buildings (NECB)
CAN/CSA-B72; Installation Code for Lightning Protection Systems (To be
determined)
Hydro One Networks Inc.

3.

NORMAL POWER DISTRIBUTION

3.1.

The local distribution authority is Hydro One Networks Inc.

3.2.

A new incoming service will be provided at 600V, 3 phase, 4 wire from a new exterior
1000kVA utility supplied pad mount transformer. The existing 750kVA utility pad mount
transformer will be replaced.

3.3.

The primary utility feeders will come below ground in the existing concrete duct bank off
the north side of the property line that is feeding the existing 750kVA utility supplied pad
mount transformer.

3.4.

Utility metering to be done on the secondary side of the main transformer within the new
600/347V Main Service Entrance Switchboard.

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3.5.

Our design will be based on power density calculations as required by the Ontario
Electrical Safety Code (OESC), rule 8-210 for other types of occupancies and OBC for
lighting power densities.

3.6.

Electrical rooms will be located in the following locations and contain the following
equipment:

3.6.1.

New Main Electrical Room (Ground Floor, at north end of building near existing pool):
.1
1200A, 600/347V, 3 phase, 4 wire, Main Service Entrance Switchboard
.2
Utility Metering Cabinet
.3
45 kVA, 600:120/208V distribution transformer (emergency)
.4
200A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire splitter (emergency)
.5
Central Battery Inverter, 40kVA, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire
.6
100A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, lighting panel (emergency)
.7
75 kVA, 600:120/208V distribution transformer (normal)
.8
400A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire splitter (normal)
.9
225A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, lighting/receptacle panel (normal)

3.6.2.

Pool Mechanical Room (Ground Floor, at north end of building near new pool):
.1
200A, 600V, 3 phase, 3 wire, distribution panel (pool equipment)

3.6.3.

Sub-Electrical Room #1 (Ground Floor, central near new gym):


.1
150 kVA, 600:120/208V distribution transformer (normal)
.2
600A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, power panel (normal)
.3
225A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, lighting/receptacle panel (normal)
.4
100A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, lighting panel (emergency)

3.6.4.

Sub-Electrical Room #2 (Second Floor, central near new gym):


.1
400A, 600V, 3 phase, 3 wire, distribution panel (RTU equipment)
.2
112.5 kVA, 600:120/208V distribution transformer (normal)
.3
400A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, power panel (normal)
.4
225A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, lighting/receptacle panel (normal)
.5
100A, 120/208V, 3 phase, 4 wire, lighting panel (emergency)

3.7.

The new 1200A, 600/347V Main Service Entrance Switchboard will re-feed the existing
600V switchboard located in the existing north electrical room.

3.8.

Four (4) additional 225A, 120/208V, 3 phase, lighting/receptacle panels will be scattered
throughout the new Ground Floor Expansion to service this area. The electrical panels
will be located in back of house areas or corridors.

3.9.

Three (3) additional 225A, 120/208V, 3 phase, lighting/receptacle panels will be


scattered throughout the new Second Floor Expansion to service this area. The
electrical panels will be located in back of house areas or corridors.

An additional pool area opened up to an existing pool.



Building interfaces with the existing community centre.

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The existing Library and change room areas to be renovated, will have the existing
branch circuit lighting and receptacle panelboards removed and re-installed to re-feed
these areas. New feeders and conduits will be installed to suit the new locations of
these existing branch circuit panelboards. All downstream branch wiring, conduit and
devices from these existing panelboards will be new.

3.11.

The primary distribution voltage, throughout the facility will be 600V to feed the large
mechanical equipment connections and 120V for lighting and plug loads.

3.12.

All electrical rooms will have a minimum 1-hour fire rating.

3.13.

All electrical equipment is to be sprinkler proof.

3.14.

All electrical conductors rated at 400A or greater are to be copper or aluminium: NUAL
or similar. The remaining conductors are to be copper. All equipment to be copper bus.

4.

EMERGENCY POWER DISTRIBUTION

4.1.

Emergency power will only be provided for the emergency lighting via a central battery
inverter.

4.2.

Emergency power for the egress lighting and exit signs will meet the minimum operation
requirements for a period of no less than 30 minutes.

4.3.

All the emergency main feeders to the emergency lighting panels is to be rated for a
minimum of 1 hour. The required fire rating can be achieved by all conduit and wiring
being embedded in concrete slab or buried below slab. Conduit and wiring not installed
in slab or below slab on grade shall be Mineral Insulated (MI) Cable.

4.4.

Conductors supplying life safety systems (i.e. fire alarm and emergency lighting) shall
be rated in conformance with the respective Building Code.

5.

FIRE ALARM

5.1.

The existing building contains an older Edwards EST2, single stage fire alarm panel.
Spare parts and modules are difficult to source as they no longer manufacturer this
specific panel. Furthermore, the spare capacity for additional zones and signalling
circuits is questionable and unlikely to support the new expansion. Therefore, the
building will be provided with a new fully addressable, single stage fire alarm system
with battery charger and standby batteries.

5.2.

Existing devices and wiring will be re-used in the existing renovated spaces where
possible.

5.3.

A new remote annunciator panel will be provided at the main firefighters entrance..

5.4.

The main fire alarm control panel will be located in existing north Electrical Room,
located near the existing pool.

5.5.

All fire alarm detection and addressable loop wiring will be class A. All output device
wiring will be Class B.

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Horns and Horn-strobes will be provided throughout the building as the main
annunciation devices.

5.7.

Visual strobes will be installed in public corridors and in floor areas where public may
congregate in Group A occupancy.

5.8.

Visual strobes will also be utilized in areas of high ambient noise including all
mechanical rooms and as required by code.

5.9.

Primary means of detection will be via manual pull stations and the sprinkler system.
Smoke and heat detectors will be provided where required by Ontario Building Code.

5.10.

The fire alarm will monitor the following systems:

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Heat Tracing protecting sprinkler lines

5.11.

Spare modules will be provided for future expansion.

5.12.

All magnetic locks (where applicable) will be released upon activation of the evacuation
signal on the fire alarm.

5.13.

Duct-type smoke detectors will be supplied in air handling systems that serve more than
one floor fire separation. Air handling equipment will be designed to shut down upon
activation of its dedicated duct detector or the fire alarm system.

5.14.

The sprinkler system will be electrically supervised via flow switches and supervised
valves.

5.15.

An elevator recall system is being provided. Smoke detectors will be provided in all
elevator lobbies.

5.16.

The complete fire alarm system will be tested, verified and commissioned as per the
requirements of the Ontario Building Code.

6.

LIGHTING

6.1.

High efficiency luminaires will be provided as per the recommendations of the IES.

6.2.

Lighting will be designed to OBC and as per LEED principles.

6.3.

The Lobby and public circulation area luminaires will suit architectural elements to
provide average illumination levels of 100-200 lux. It shall consist of a mix of LEDs,
recessed linear fluorescent T5 fixtures and decorative suspended fixtures over the
reception desk.

6.4.

For the double height public spaces, a combination of indirect up lighting around the
perimeter and wall mounted lights will provide average illumination levels of 100-200
lux.

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6.5.

Washroom lighting will be surface mounted fluorescents on walls in areas with no


ceilings or surface mounted strip fluorescent fixtures in architectural coves as well as
recessed LED luminaires in areas with ceilings, designed to 250 lux.

6.6.

Change room luminaires will be 4W x 4 fluorescent luminaires with lenses. Shower


area luminaires are to be surface mounted sealed and gasketted compact fluorescent
down lights with lenses, suitable for wet environments

6.7.

Service rooms will be suitably lit with chain hung, direct fluorescent luminaires.

6.8.

Pool lighting will be designed to Class IV recreational category to provide 300 lux at the
pool surface and 200 lux at the pool deck. The new pool lighting will be designed to
match the existing pool lighting.

6.9.

Gymnasium lighting will be designed to Class IV recreational category to provide 300


lux with a uniformity of 3:1 or less using suspended T5HO high-bay fluorescent
luminaires complete with wire guard to protect the lamps from damage. Two level
lighting will be provided by two ballasts to allow each luminaire for 50% and 100%
levels. Circuiting will be designed to allow separate control of the gymnasium perimeter
and every other fixture for 25% and 75% lighting levels.

6.10.

Administration areas will be designed to 300 lux using direct/indirect 4W x 4L


suspended direct/indirect fluorescent luminaires with T5 lamps.

6.11.

Luminaires in Multi-purpose Rooms will be recessed linear 4W x 4L, with compact


fluorescents at the perimeter. All luminaires are to be complete with dimmable ballasts.

6.12.

Under-cabinet mounted linear LED luminaires with lenses will be located above millwork
in all areas with cupboards over counters.

6.13.

Linear continuous row mounted direct/indirect fluorescent luminaires with T5 lamps will
be mounted in the library to provide 300 lux vertical at 760mm above finished floor.

6.14.

Lensed wall mounted fluorescent luminaires will be located in service stairwells at each
landing.

6.15.

Fitness Centre lighting will be indirect linear fluorescent luminaires, suspended min
3000 AFF, designed to 300 lux.

6.16.

Running track lighting will be direct fluorescent luminaires with suspended min 3000
AFF, designed to 200 lux.

6.17.

Emergency lighting will be provided to meet building code and will be provided in
electrical and mechanical services rooms.

6.18.

Exterior lighting will be complete with shielding to ensure glare control and light trespass
to passers by and neighbouring properties. Full cut-off to ensure illumination with no
spillage of light above the horizontal plane or onto adjacent properties. (Architect to
confirm extent of exterior lighting? Only new faade lighting to expansion area?)

6.19.

Exit signs will be energy efficient LED type.

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6.20.

Lamps shall be TCLP compliant with a minimum CRI of 85 and from one manufacturer:
GE, Philips or Osram Sylvania. Ballasts shall be electronic and manufactured by
General Electric, Advance, Magnatek or Osram Sylvania.

7.

LIGHTING CONTROL

7.1.

A low voltage lighting control system will be provided for the facility, including LV
switches, occupancy sensors, photo sensors and time-clocks.

7.2.

Washrooms, storage rooms, office areas and any other areas with transient occupancy
will be provided with ceiling or wall mounted occupancy sensors.

7.3.

Exterior lighting shall be automatically controlled capable of turning off exterior lighting
when sufficient daylight is available or when the lighting is not required during night time
hours.

7.4.

Motion sensor to be PIR, Ultrasonic or a combination sensor with a capability to add


slaves. These will be optional wall mounted in small rooms and ceiling mounted in all
other areas.

7.5.

Mechanical and electrical room lighting shall be controlled by standard wall switches.

7.6.

A Lutron Graffik-Eye type station will be provided for Multi-Purpose Rooms.

8.

METERING

8.1.

In addition to the utility meter, a detailed power meter with demand metering will be
provided on the main incoming service.

9.

GROUNDING SYSTEM

9.1.

An AC grounding system with new main ground electrode that will consist of a minimum
of four 3m ground rods spaced 3m apart and connected to the main electrical ground
bus located in the main electrical room with two separate #3/0AWG ground connections.
The grounding system for the building will be provided connecting each typical electrical
room to the main grounding system in the main electrical room in a radial connection. A
ground bar will be provided in each electrical room. All transformer neutrals will be
connected to the grounding bar and a common cable connected back to the system
ground.

9.2.

Grounding will be provided following IEEE 1100 and Electrical Code Section 10
standards.

9.3.

Separate #2/0AWG telecommunication ground riser will be provided off of the main
building ground bus and the telecommunication ground riser will be connected in a
radial pattern with ground bars in each telecommunication room.

9.4.

Dedicated ground cables will be run from the electrical ground riser to all elevator shafts
and elevator machine rooms to ground all elevators and equipment in the elevator pits.

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10.

EMI CONSIDERATIONS

10.1.

All wiring will be in conduit. All major normal power feeds will be in totally enclosed
metal bus duct.

13.4.

All fire alarm wiring shall be by Electrical contractor.

10.2.

Routing of power cables and bus duct will be selected to minimize the effect of magnetic
fields on other equipment.

14.

LIGHTNING PROTECTION (TO BE CONFIRMED BY OWNER)

10.3.

Single conductor Teck or armoured cable will be avoided.

14.1.

Lightning protection will be designed and installed in accordance to CAN/CSA-B72;


Installation Code for Lightning Protection Systems.

11.

COMMUNICATIONS

14.2.

11.1.

Communications rooms for telephone/internet/CATV will be provided on each floor of


the new expansion area. 101mm conduits will run between floors to interconnect the
rooms and one wall of each room will have a 20mm thick fire rated plywood back board.

Intercepting conductor shall be installed on the entire roof perimeter at the highest part
of the roof and as close to the edge as possible but never more than 0.5m from the
edge of the roof.

14.3.

Air terminals to be located within 0.5m of the outside corner of the roof spaced on
intervals not exceeding 8m around the perimeter.

14.4.

An intercepting conductor connected at both ends and at least every 50m shall be
installed within the perimeter so that no point on the roof is more than 5m away from a
conductor.

14.5.

Every stack, and other objects located on the roof susceptible to strikes will have air
terminals.

14.6.

Conductor cables will interconnect air terminals and offer a multiple path to ground.
Down lead conductors will be placed every 30m around the perimeter of the building
(but never less than two), run down exterior columns, and terminate in a ground rod
system in the lowest level of the building. Metal objects with in 6 feet of conductor cable
will be grounded.

14.7.

Perimeter ground loop with 3m ground rods every 30m will be installed around the
foundation of the building. The lightning ground grid will be connected to the main
building electrical ground grid at a minimum of 2 locations.

11.2.

Typical distribution for buildings:

11.2.1.
11.2.2.

Sleeves in walls to serve floor areas


Cable tray will be provided throughout the main corridors to circle the floor and
interconnect telecommunication rooms on the same floor. (Architect/Owner to confirm
use of cable tray?)
27mm (1) conduit drops from accessible ceiling space to a single gang box will be
provided

11.2.3.

12.

SECURITY SYSTEM

12.1.

Rough in conduit and junction box system will be provided for the security system by the
Electrical Contractor. All electronic devices and installation will be provided by others.

12.2.

All security devices will be connected as per the security consultants drawings.
Infrastructures will be installed by electrical contractor to support this.

12.3.

Doors contacts, electric strikes, magnetic locks, and security cameras will be roughed in
by the electrical division as directed by the Owner.

13.

CO-ORDINATION OF MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL AND OTHERS

13.1.

All starters, fire alarm shutdown, pressurization control, smoke evacuate control, motor
control centres, and power wiring shall be by the electrical division except for units with
starters as part of a package or for VFDs.

13.2.

All power wiring shall be by the Electrical contractor including power wiring from variable
speed drives to motors. VFDs to be mounted on or near the equipment and VFD cable
will be run from the VFD drive to the motor with no disconnect between them.

13.3.

All control wiring and controls shall be by Mechanical contractor. The Electrical
contractor will provide 15A, 120V, 1 phase circuits at designated panels and they will be
terminated in a junction box near the respective electrical panels. The

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Mechanical/Controls contractor is required to extend the 120V circuits to all of their


respective equipment.

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swale is proposed as a dashed dot line west of the building draining north from near the SW corner of

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the building to the culvert at the northeast corner of the site. Another swale drains south to an existing

Toronto, Ontario

catchbasin near Hoover Park Drive. The swales will not meet the Town lot grading criteria minimum

M5V 1R7

slope and therefore will require a sub-drain to ensure adequate drainage to the outlets.

Attention:

Jarle Lovlin, Principle

The swales could be enhanced as a low impact development feature to include a gravel trench to
promote infiltration if desired. The swales could also provide water quality benefit and to attenuate the
increased runoff from the additional roof and parking lot area. The location of the swales should be

Subject:

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refined with the pathway system to achieve the ideal layout for the site.

Whitchurch-Stoufville, Ontario
The preliminary grading concept has been shown on the CAD file sent to your office dated April 28th,
Further to our discussions on the project I have reviewed the following information to develop the site

2014.

civil design brief.


Storm Servicing

Site Plan from DSAI from your April 21 , 2014 e-mail.

Topographic survey plan dated September 2011.

st

As noted above a new swale is proposed and will be directed to the point near the existing rip-rap inlet
at the existing twin 600mm dia. CSP culverts. The culverts will be cut off to construct the new parking

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lot on the north side of the building. A 1800mm x 2400mm box manhole will be required to join the
proposed culvert extension to the existing culverts. Note that the existing culvert elevations are difficult

The site is approximately 6.3 Ha and is situated at the NW corner of the intersection of Park Drive and

to determine from the topographic plan. The project surveyor should label the actual invert of the

Hoover Park Drive. There is an existing community centre situated on-site with existing parking and

culvert along with the top of rip-rap to be able to confirm the elevations and flow characteristics. Note

driveway entrances connected to Park Drive along with associated parking. The proposal includes a

that detailed calculations on the capacity of the twin culverts were not undertaken as part of the design

significant addition to the Community Centre with associated parking, outdoor activity areas,

review at this time.

landscaping and walkways.


There are two existing catchbasins near the midpoint of the southern property line and the SW corner of
Site Grading

the site respectively. The connection points and the storm sewer that conveys the drainage from these
catchbasins should be reviewed through as-constructed record drawings and design sheets if available

The site is fairly flat with elevations ranging from approximately 264.50m at the cul-de-sac on OBrien

from the Town.

Ave at the NW corner of the site and approximately 265.00m at Hoover Park Drive at the SE corner of
the site down to approximately 263.00m at the intersection of Park Drive and Hoover Park Drive and

Stormwater Quality

262.50m at the NE corner of the site.


The storm runoff will be increased due to the increased impervious area of parking area and rooftops.
The finished floor of the existing building is 264.00m, which has been assumed will be the finished floor

The flows from the parking areas will be directed to the swales noted above which would provide some

elevation of the proposed addition.

water quality treatment. Since the swales may not provide the level of quality control required by the
governing agencies given the proximity to the existing watercourse to the east the budget should carry

There is an existing swale along the western property limit, which has been assumed to remain. The

the cost of an Oil/Grit separator for water quality treatment (Est. $50k).

existing swale travelling through the site is required to be filled in to implement the site plan. A new

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Stormwater Quantity Control


Quantity control to of the increased flow from the parking areas can be attenuated through the
underground storage tanks, permeable pavement and within the swales as noted above. The project
budget should carry the cost of underground storage tanks typically used for attenuation on a site of
this type (Est. $100k). The use of enhanced swale with gravel trenches would typically be the most
economical attenuation method and could also provide the benefit of infiltration of the stormwater
runoff back into the water cycle as a low impact development feature.
Water Servicing
Pressure tests on hydrants should be performed to confirm available pressure and flow for the addition
if none are available from the Town. Hydrant coverage should be confirmed for the building should be
confirmed during detailed design.
Sanitary Servicing
The sanitary servicing of the site could be achieved through an on-site septic system or by connection
to the Towns infrastructure. Further review of the current sanitary servicing system should be
undertaken to confirm the available capacity and any upgrade requirements to service the addition.
Utilities
The plan should be circulated to the local utility companies and Ontario One Call to confirm any plant
locations. Also, there is an existing transformer near the NE corner of the site that will have to be
relocated.
Should you have any questions please dont hesitate to contact the undersigned.
Yours truly,

Derek AF Smith, P.Eng.

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Construction Type: Noncombustible

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PROVISIONS FOR FIRE FIGHTING


2.1

INTRODUCTION

Fire Department Vehicle Access Route


The existing Fire Department access route, located on the east side of the building, will be
used to serve both the existing and new portions of the building.

The following is a preliminary outline of the building code concepts for the proposed Leisure Centre and
Public Library Expansion (Project) located in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario.

In accordance with Article 3.2.5.6., the existing Fire Department access route will:

This Project will include an addition to the existing Lebovic Leisure Centre that will be 2-storeys in building
height. The Project will be fully sprinklered and be of noncombustible construction. The Project will contain
indoor swimming pools with associated change rooms, a gymnasium, 2-storey library and multi-purpose/
activity rooms.

have a clear width of not less than 6 m,


have a centre line radius of not less than 12 m,
have an overhead clearance of not less than 5 m,
have a change in gradient of not more than 1 in 12.5 over a minimum distance of 15 m,
be designed to support the expected loads imposed by fire fighting equipment and
surfaced with concrete, asphalt, or other material designed to permit accessibility under
all climatic conditions, and deficiencies
be connected to a public thoroughfare.

All reference numbers indicated in this report refer to the 2012 Ontario Building Code (OBC), unless
otherwise indicated. This report is based on schematic design drawings dated April 16, 2014 prepared by
Diamond Schmitt Architects Inc.
PROJECT BUILDING CHARACTERISTICS

In accordance with Sentence 3.2.5.5.(1), the Fire Department principal entrance will be
located not less than 3 m and not more than 15 m from the closest portion of the
corresponding Fire Department access route.

The following identifies the characteristics of the Project for the purpose of applying the Building
Code:
Applicable Building Code Part:
3 and 11
Building Height:
2-storeys
Building Area:
2,635 m2 (Existing)
7,000 m2 (Addition)
9,635 m2 (Total)
First Storey:
Ground Floor
Number of Streets Facing:
1
Sprinklered:
Yes
High Building:
No (refer to Section 7.0 of this report)

Major Occupancy
The proposed building will be classified as containing a Group A, Division 3 (pool) and a
Group A, Division 2 (community centre and library) major occupancy and includes subsidiary
offices, storage rooms, and building service spaces.

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2.2

Fire Department Connections


In accordance with Article 3.2.5.16. and Sentence 3.2.5.5.(2), the Fire Department will be
required to be able to position their Fire Department pumper vehicle adjacent to a hydrant and
will be not more than 45 m from the siamese connections for the building.

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PROJECT CONSTRUCTION/STRUCTURAL FIRE PROTECTION

The following sub-headings outline the requirements that will be applicable to the construction of the new
addition.

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Floor and Roof Ratings

this Project. The concealed spaces created by the wood elements will not be more than 50
mm in depth.

Based on the building characteristics noted in Section 1.0 of this report, the construction/
structural fire protection for the Project will be governed by the following requirements:

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.5.7.(1), the Project may contain combustible millwork,
including:

Occupancy
Classification

Article

Max.
Bldg. Height

Max.
Bldg.
Area (m)

Constr.
Type

Floor
Assembly

Mezzanines
(frr)

Unoccupied
Roof
(f.r.r.)(c)

Supports
(f.r.r.)

A2

3.2.2.24

Up to 6
storeys

Any

Noncomb

1-hour(a)

1-hour

Not Reqd

(b)

A3

3.2.2.29.

Any

Any

Noncomb.

2-hour(a)

1-hour

Not Reqd.

(b)

Notes:

3.2

(a)
(b)

Constructed as fire separations.


Same fire-resistance rating as for supported assembly.

The construction/structural fire protection and major occupancy requirements are


summarized below:

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.5.10.(3), combustible interior ceiling finishes (other than
foamed plastics) used in this Project will not be more than 25 mm thick, and will have a
flame-spread rating of not more than 25 on any exposed surface or on any surface that would
be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction, except that up to 10% of the
ceiling area will be permitted to have a flame-spread rating of up to 150; alternatively, the
finishes may be of flame-retardant treated wood.

noncombustible construction,
automatic sprinkler protection throughout the addition,

occupied roof assemblies to be constructed to provide a 1-hour fire-resistance rating,

floor assemblies to be constructed as fire separations having a 1-hour fire-resistance
rating including the floor assembly of the running track above the gymnasium,
no fire-resistance rating required for unoccupied roof assemblies, and

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.5.12.(3), combustible insulation having a flame-spread


rating of more than 25 but not more than 500 throughout the material is permitted in the
exterior walls of the building (required to be of noncombustible construction), provided that
the insulation is protected from adjacent spaces in the building (other than adjacent
concealed spaces within the wall assemblies) by a thermal barrier (interior wall finish) as
described in Sentence 3.1.5.12.(2).

In accordance with Article 3.1.7.1., a material, assembly of materials, or a structural member


required to have a fire-resistance rating will be based on either:
a) listings from ULC (or an equivalent approved listing agency), or

The pool will conform to the requirements identified in Section 3.11 of the OBC for a Class
A pool.
3.3

Combustible Finishes, FSR and SDC Limits


The Project will be of noncombustible construction. However, Subsection 3.1.5. outlines
the various combustible elements permitted in this Project. Combustible elements will be
provided in accordance with the following requirements of Subsection 3.1.5.
In accordance with Article 3.1.5.6., wood nailing elements attached directly to or set into a
continuous noncombustible backing will be used for the attachment of interior finishes in

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interior trim,
moveable wood panels/walls,
shelves,
cabinets,
counters, and
doors.

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.5.10.(2), combustible interior wall finishes (other than
foamed plastics) used in this Project will not be more than 25 mm thick and will have a
flame-spread rating of not more than 150 on any exposed surface or on any surface that
would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction.

Summary of Construction Requirements

b) SB-2, Fire Performance Ratings, of the Supplementary Standard to the 2012 Ontario
Building Code.

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REQUIRED FIRE SEPARATIONS


The following sections summarize requirements for other fire separations of the Project.
4.1

Vertical Shafts
In accordance with Articles 3.4.4.1., 3.5.3.1., and 3.6.3.1., shaft walls around elevator shafts,
exits, and vertical service spaces will be constructed as fire separations having the fireresistance ratings (F.R.R.) indicated in the following table. Where the top of a service shaft
does not extend through the roof, it will terminate at an assembly having a fire-resistance
rating at least equal to the walls of the shaft. Similarly, the bottom of a service shaft will
terminate at an assembly having a fire-resistance rating at least equal to the walls of the shaft,
except where the shaft extends to the bottom of the building.

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Shaft/Hoistway Type

Shaft/Hoistway F.R.R. (Hours)

Exits/Exit Corridors

Elevators

Vertical Service

Major Occupancy Separations


In accordance with Article 3.1.3.1., the Group A, Division 2 major occupancy and the Group
A, Division 3 major occupancy will be separated by a fire separation having a fire-resistance
rating of not less than 1-hour.

4.3

Building Services in Fire Separations


In accordance with Sentence 3.1.9.2.(1), piping, tubing, ducts, chimneys, optical fibre cables,
electrical wires and cables, totally enclosed noncombustible raceways, electrical outlet
boxes, and other similar building services that penetrate a membrane that forms part of an
assembly required to provide a fire-resistance rating, or a fire separation, will be tightly fitted
or sealed by a firestop system that, when subjected to the fire test method in ULC-S115,
Fire Tests of Firestop Systems, has a F-rating not less than the fire-protection rating
required for closures in the fire separation.

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4.4.4 Janitor Rooms

In accordance with Sentence 3.3.1.20.(3), janitor rooms will be required to be separated from
the remainder of the building by fire separations having no fire-resistance rating.
4.5

Closures (Doors and Fire Dampers)


4.5.1

4.5.2

In accordance with Sentence 3.6.2.1.(1), fuel-fired appliances will be located in a service


room separated from the remainder of the building by a 1-hour fire separations.

In accordance with Article 3.6.2.5., rooms for the temporary storage of combustible refuse
such as garbage rooms or recycling rooms will be required to be sprinklered and separated
from the remainder of the building by 1-hour fire separations.
4.4.3 Generator Rooms
In accordance with Subclause 3.6.2.8.(1)(a)(i), rooms containing generators to supply
emergency power will be required to be separated from the remainder of the building by a
fire separation having a fire-resistance rating of not less than 2-hours and contains only the
generating equipment set and equipment that is related to the emergency power supply
system.

Fire-Protection Rating

Closures (doors and fire dampers) for openings in all fire separations will be provided with
a fire-protection rating in accordance with Article 3.1.8.4. and Table 3.1.8.4., as reproduced
below:

4.4.1 Service Rooms

4.4.2 Garbage Rooms

Maximum Size

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.8.6.(2), the size of an opening in an interior fire separation
required to be protected with a closure will not exceed 22 m and will have no dimension
greater than 6 m provided the fire compartments on both sides are sprinklered.

Other required Fire Separations

In accordance with Sentence 3.6.2.1.(8), a room containing a limited quantity of service


equipment, and service equipment that does not constitute a fire hazard, will not be required
to be separated from the remainder of the building by a fire separation.

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4.5.3

Fire-Resistance Rating of Fire


Separation
(Hours)

Required Fire-Protection Rating of Closure


(Hours)

Permitted Glazing in Fire Separations

In accordance with Article 3.1.8.14., wired glass or glass block may be used as a closure in
a fire separation (except as noted in Table 3.1.8.15.) provided the required fire-resistance
rating of the fire separation does not exceed 1-hour.
In accordance with Article 3.1.8.18., a sprinkler protected glazed wall assembly may be
installed in partitions with a fire-resistance rating of up to 2-hours. A window sprinkler
system is required to be constructed in accordance with ULC/ORD C263.1, SprinklerProtected Window Systems.
Wired glass assemblies used in vertical assemblies installed in accordance with
Supplementary Standard SB-2 will be acceptable.
Glass assemblies that are ULC listed for use in a fire separation may also be used provided
they are installed in accordance with their listing and the manufacturers installation
instructions.

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Self-Closing Devices

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.8.11.(1), doors in required fire separations will be provided
with self-closing devices (closers) designed to return the door to the closed position after
each use.
In accordance with Article 3.1.8.13., swing-type doors in fire separations will be equipped
with a positive latching mechanism designed to hold the door in the closed position after
each use.
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S524, Installation of Fire Alarm Systems, and upon a signal from the fire alarm system of
the Project.
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5.1

Fire Dampers

In accordance with Sentence 3.2.5.13.(1), the automatic sprinkler system will be required to
be designed, constructed, installed and tested in conformance with NFPA 13-2007,
Installation of Sprinkler Systems. In accordance with Sentences 3.2.4.8.(2) and
3.2.4.10.(2), the sprinkler system will be required to be electrically supervised and
monitored.

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.8.8.(3), a noncombustible duct that penetrates a horizontal


fire separation not required to have a fire-resistance rating will not be required to be
equipped with a fire damper at the fire separation.

In accordance with Article 8.14.4 of NFPA 13-2007, floor openings with a horizontal
dimension less than 6 m or with an area less than 93 m will be required to be protected by
closely spaced sprinklers in combination with draft stops (minimum depth of 457 mm)
installed immediately adjacent to the opening. The running track floor opening located
between the Ground Floor and the 2nd Floor located above the gymnasium will not be
required to be protected by closely spaced sprinklers and draft stops in consideration that the
openings have all horizontal dimensions greater than 6 m and the area of the openings
exceed 93 m.

Maximum Temperature Rise/Glass Area Limit in Doors

The maximum temperature rise and area of glazing for closures within required fire
separations will be in accordance with Table 3.1.8.15, as reproduced below:

Type

Rating

Min. Closure
Fireprotection
Rating

Exits

1-hour

-hour

2-hour

1-hour

1-hour

1-hour

1-hour

-hour

-hour

-hour

Fire Separation

All Others

4.5.7

Door Max.
Temperature
Rise (EC)

Max. Area
of Wired
Glass in
Doors (m)

Maximum Aggregate Area


of Wired Glass & Glass
Block not in Door (m)

No limit

0.8 m

0.8 m

N/A

per listing

individual panes not more


than 0.84 m

Clearances at Door Sills

In accordance with NFPA 80-2007, doors required to provide a fire-protection rating of


to 3-hours will have a maximum clearance below the bottom of the door of 9.5 mm where
a noncombustible raised sill (threshold) is provided, and 19 mm where there is no sill (floor).
4.5.8

Hold-Open Devices for Doors

In accordance with Article 3.1.8.12., hold-open devices, if provided, will be designed to


release upon a signal from dedicated smoke detector(s) located as described in CAN/ULC

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Sprinklers
In accordance with Articles 3.2.2.42. and 3.2.2.23., an automatic sprinkler system will be
provided throughout the new addition of this Project.

In accordance with Sentence 3.1.8.8.(2), a continuous noncombustible duct penetrating a


vertical fire separation not required to have a fire-resistance rating will not be required to be
equipped with a fire damper at the fire separation.

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Fire Alarm System


The existing single-stage fire alarm system is required to be extended into the new addition.
5.2.1

Location of Fire Alarm System Devices

Sprinkler Waterflow Devices

In accordance with Article 3.2.4.17., sprinkler zones will be equipped with waterflow
detecting devices to activate the fire alarm system.

Smoke Detectors

In accordance with Sentence 3.2.4.11.(1), Article 3.2.4.12., and Article 3.1.8.12., smoke
detectors will be installed:
-

at the top of each exit stair shaft,


in ducts where recirculating air handling systems serve more than one storey, and
at openings in fire separations where closures are equipped with hold-open devices

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In accordance with Article 3.2.7.3., emergency lighting is required to be provided at an


average of 10 lx in the following areas:

Manual Pull Stations

In accordance with Article 3.2.4.18., manual pull stations will be provided near the principal
entrance and near every required exit.

Zone Configuration

In accordance with Article 3.2.4.9., zones will be provided throughout the Project based on
the following:
-

sprinkler system area limits as determined by NFPA 13,


shafts required to be equipped with smoke detectors, and
air handling systems required to be equipped with smoke detectors.

In accordance with Sentence 3.11.10.1.(3), dressing rooms, locker rooms, shower rooms,
washrooms and passageways will have an illumination level of at least 200 lx at the floor
level.

In accordance with Article 3.2.4.19., visual signals will be located in corridors used by the
public and where the public may congregate in assembly occupancy. Specifically, the pool,
gymnasium, library and multi-purpose rooms.

that will maintain at any point on the pool deck and on the pool water surface an
illumination level of at least 200 lx, and

that makes the underwater areas of the pool clearly visible from any point on the pool
deck.

fire alarm signals are clearly audible throughout each floor area with alarm signals being
10 dBA above ambient or 65 dBA minimum in other portions of the floor area, and
the alarm signal will follow the temporal pattern required per Sentence 3.2.4.20.(2).

Standpipe System
In accordance with requirements of Sentence 3.2.9.1.(1)(c), a standpipe and hose system will
not be required for this Project in consideration that the building will not exceed 14 m
measured between grade and the ceiling of the top storey.

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6.1

Emergency Lighting & Power


In accordance with the requirements of Subsection 3.2.7., a hour emergency power supply
will be required for:

emergency lighting,
exit signs, and
fire alarm system.

Building Spatial Separation


In accordance with Article 3.2.3.1. and Table 3.2.3.1.C., unlimited unprotected openings will
be permitted on any exposing building face that is provided with a minimum limiting
distance of 9 m measured from the building face to a property line, an imaginary property
line between buildings on the same property, or the centreline of a street.

Portable Fire Extinguishers


In accordance with Article 3.2.5.17., portable fire extinguishers will be required to be
provided throughout the Project in accordance with the Ontario Fire Code.

5.5

In accordance with Sentence 3.11.10.1.(3), the pool area will be provided with a lighting
system,

In accordance with Article 3.2.4.20., audible signal devices forming part of the fire alarm
system will be installed such that:

5.4

exits,
principal routes providing access to exit in open floor areas and service rooms,
public corridors, and
corridors used by the public.

In accordance with Article 3.2.7.10., if a panelboard supplies power to emergency lighting,


the power supply conductors to the panel board are required to be enclosed in a 1-hour
service shaft or otherwise protected for a 1-hour period. Wiring from the panelboard to
emergency lighting units in the same storey need not be protected.

5.2.2 Fire Alarm Signals

5.3

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6.2

Exit Exposure
In accordance with Sentence 3.2.3.13.(1), where an opening in the exterior wall of the exit
enclosure is within 3 m horizontally, and could be exposed to a fire from an opening in the
exterior wall of the building with an intersecting angle less than 135E with the plane of the
exterior wall, the opening in either the exterior wall of the exit or the exterior wall of the
building is required to be protected in accordance with Sentence 3.2.3.13.(4).
In accordance with Sentence 3.2.3.13.(3), where an exterior exit door is located within 3 m
horizontally of an opening in another fire compartment and the exterior walls of these fire

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compartments intersect at an exterior angle of less than 135E, the opening will be required
to be protected in conformance with Sentence 3.2.3.13.(4).

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HIGH BUILDING REQUIREMENTS

In accordance with Sentence 3.4.5.1.(2), exit signs will consist of a green pictogram and
white graphic symbol meeting the visibility specifications referred to in ISO 3864-1,
Graphical Symbols- Safety Colours and Safety Signs- Safety Signs Used in Work places
and Public Areas for the following symbols:

In accordance with Article 3.2.6.1., this building will not be considered a high-rise building in
consideration that the building height, when measured between grade and the floor level of the top
storey, will not exceed 18 m.
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a)
b)
c)
d)

INTERCONNECTED FLOOR SPACE REQUIREMENTS


In accordance with Clause 3.2.8.1.(1)(a), floor assemblies that do not terminate at an exterior wall
will be required to terminate at 1-hour rated vertical fire separations.
As currently designed, there will be an interconnected floor space that will interconnect the Ground
Floor with the Second Floor. In accordance with Sentence 3.2.8.1.(6), the interconnected floor space
will not be required to conform to the requirements of Article 3.2.8.3 to 3.2.8.11. in consideration
that the interconnected floor space includes the first storey and the next storey above.
Additionally, the running track on the Second Floor will be interconnected with the gymnasium
below. This interconnected floor space will be separated from the remainder of the building by 1
hour fire separations as described above.

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EGRESS/EXITING REQUIREMENTS
9.1

Location of Exits
In accordance with Clause 3.4.2.5.(1)(c), a 45 m maximum travel distance to an exit will be
provided and will be measured within public corridors of the Project.

9.2

Exit Signs
In accordance with Sentence 3.4.5.1.(1), every exit door will have an illuminated exit sign
placed over it. Where illuminated exit signs at exit doors are not visible from open floor
areas or corridors used by the public, directional exit signs will be provided to indicate the
direction of egress. Specifications for these exit signs will conform to the requirements of
Subsection 3.4.5.

In accordance with Sentence 3.2.3.13.(4), the opening protection referred to in Sentences


3.2.3.13.(1) and (3) will be required to consist of wired glass in fixed steel frames
conforming to SB-2 Article 2.3.14., glass block conforming to the requirements of Article
3.1.8.14., or a closure installed in conformance with Subsection 3.1.8.
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9.4

E001 emergency exit left,


E002 emergency exit right,
E005 90-degree directional arrow, and
E006 45-degree directional arrow.

Egress from Rooms


In accordance with Sentence 3.3.1.5.(1) and Table 3.3.1.5.B, a minimum of two egress
doorways (located such that one doorway could provide egress from the room or suite if the
other doorway becomes inaccessible) will be required to be provided from every room or
suite intended for an occupant load exceeding 60 persons; or where the following area and/or
egress distance limits are exceeded in a floor area that is fully sprinklered:
Occupancy Type

Area (m)

Assembly Rooms (Group A)

200 m2

Offices (Group D)

300 m2

Storage/Service Rooms (Group F, Division 3)

300 m2

Exit systems in this Project will consist of exterior doors and a combination of exit stairs and
exit corridors which will discharge directly to the exterior at locations having access to
public thoroughfares. Exit systems will not re-enter floor areas.

Egress distance is measured from the most remote location within the room or suite to a
corridor or an exit, taking into account permanent fixtures which interfere with the most
direct egress path.

Dead-End Corridors

In accordance with Sentences 3.3.1.3.(5) and (6), a roof-top enclosure exceeding 200 m2 (i.e.,
mechanical penthouse) will be provided with at least two means of egress leading to an exit
directly at the roof level or the on the storey immediately below.

In accordance with Sentence 3.3.1.9.(9), corridors used by the public in an assembly


occupancy will be permitted to contain dead-end portions if a second and separate egress
doorway from each room or suite not into a dead-end corridor is provided.

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6.0 Preliminary Code Report


PRELIMINARY FIRE PROTECTION & LIFE SAFETY
BUILDING CODE OUTLINE REPORT
Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON
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BUILDING CODE OUTLINE REPORT
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Occupant Loads and Exit Capacities

not more than 90 N is applied to the device in the direction of travel to the exit will be
installed on every exit door from a floor area containing an assembly occupancy having an
occupant load more than 100 people.

In accordance with Sentence 3.4.3.2.(1), the aggregate required width of exits serving the
floor areas of the Project has been determined by multiplying the occupant load of the area
served by:

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a) 6.1 mm per person for ramps with a gradient of not more than 1 in 8, doorways,
corridors, and passageways,
b) 8.0 mm per person for a stair consisting of steps whose rise is not more than 180 mm and
whose run is not less than 280 mm, or
c) 9.2 mm per person for a ramp with a slope less than 1 in 8 or stairs other than those
described in sentence (b) above.

Occupant Load
(persons)

Ground

2,021

Aggregate Width of
Exits Required
(mm)
12,328

(a)

Second Floor
900
8,280(b)
Notes: (a) Required stair width is based on 9.2 mm/person.
(b) Required stair width is based on 6.1 mm/person.

9.6

Aggregate Width of
Exits Provided
(mm)
9,980 (doors)
3,900 (stairs)

In accordance with Sentence 3.4.4.4.(1), the fire separations that enclose the exit
stairs/corridors of the Project will have no openings/penetrations except for:

In accordance with Subsection 3.3.1. and Sentence 3.4.3.2.(7), the minimum widths for
egress/exit facilities will be as follows:

9.7

Public Corridors:
Exit doors:
Room entry/egress doors:
Doors providing access for persons with disabilities:

a) standpipe and sprinkler piping,


b) electrical wires and cables, totally enclosed noncombustible raceways and
noncombustible piping that serve only the exit, and
c) exit doorways.
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HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
10.1

Water Closet Requirements


Washroom facilities will be required to be provided for the assembly areas of the building
in accordance with Sentence 3.7.4.3.(15), which states one fixture for each 100 males and
one fixture for each 75 females.

Minimum Egress and Exit Widths

Integrity of Exits
In accordance with Sentences 3.4.4.4.(7) and (8), service rooms, mechanical rooms, electrical
rooms, and auxiliary rooms such as storage rooms, washrooms, and janitor's closets will not
open directly into the adjoining exit facility.

The required exit capacities and therefore the widths of the exit stairs for the Project will be
based on the occupant loads as determined by Table 3.1.17.1. Approximate exit widths
available are indicated in the following table:

Level

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1,100 mm
790 mm
800 mm
(clear) 850 mm

Panic Hardware
In accordance with Sentence 3.4.6.16.(2) and Sentence 3.8.3.3.(7), every exterior exit door
from a stair shaft in a building containing an occupant load more than 100 is required to be
equipped with a device that will release the latch and allow the door to swing open when a
force 22 N for interior doors and 38 N for exterior doors is applied to the device in the
direction of travel to the exit.
In accordance with Sentence 3.4.6.16.(2), if a doors is equipped with a latching mechanism,
a device that will release the latch and allow the door to swing wide open when a force of

Level

Occupant
Load
(persons)

Number of Water
Closets Required
(male/female)

Number of
Water Closets
Provided
(male/female)

Universal
Toilet
Rooms

Ground Floor
(A2)

1,566

11/17(a)

13/14

Ground Floor
(A3)

455

4/4(b)

5/5

Second Floor
(A2)

225

8/14(a)

3/3

Total
23/35
21/22
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Notes: (a) The number of required water closets has been determined in accordance with Table
3.7.4.3.A.
(b) The number of required water closets has been determined in accordance with Table
3.7.4.3.C.

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REQUIREMENTS FOR BARRIER-FREE ACCESSIBILITY


11.1

Requirements for Persons with Disabilities


11.1.1 Applicability
In accordance with Section 3.8, the building will be provided with barrier-free accessibility.
In accordance with Sentence 3.8.2.1(1), access from the accessible main entrance to all parts
of this building required to be accessible, and each type of facility, will be provided.
11.1.2

Clearance at Doorways

In accordance with Sentence 3.8.3.3.(10), all doors in a barrier-free path of travel will be
required to provide a clear space of 600 mm on the latch side of the door when the door
swings toward the approach side. A 300 mm clear space is required on the latch side of the
door when the door swings away from the approach side.
11.1.3 Areas of Refuge
In accordance with Article 3.3.1.7., areas of refuge will not be required for the Project based
on the provision of automatic sprinkler protection.
Prepared by:
LMDG BUILDING CODE CONSULTANTS LTD.

Eric G. Pepers, CET


Reviewed by:

James R. Ware, FPET


EGP/14529060514.bco.wpd

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7.0 Cost Report

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ITEM #

PAGE #

1.0

INTRODUCTION

WHITCHURCHSTOUFFVILLE
LEISURE CENTRE
AND PUBLIC
LIBRARY
EXPANSION

2.0

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

3.0

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4.0

AREAS

5.0

CONSTRUCTION COST SUMMARY

WhitchurchStouffville, ON

6.0

COST BREAKDOWN BASED ON LOCATIONS

7.0

COST COMPARISON

Diamond and Schmitt


Architects
Incorporated

8.0

EXCLUSIONS

9.0

TAXES

10.0

PROJECT SCHEDULE& ESCALATION

11.0

PRICING

12.0

RISK MITIGATION

13.0

CONTINGENCIES

14.0

DOCUMENTATION

10

15.0

APPENDICES

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Class C Estimate #1
Rev.5

APPENDIX I ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OPTION A

2 pages

APPENDIX II ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OPTION B

2 pages

APPENDIX III COST PLAN

53 pages

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Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5

June 17, 2014

June 17, 2014


3.0

INTRODUCTION

The current estimated cost of the project may be summarized as follows:

The estimate presented in this report provides an assessment of the direct and
indirect construction costs for the proposed Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre
and Public Library Expansion project in Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON.

Item

The estimated costs contained in this report are based on schematic design

drawings and other information prepared by Diamond Schmitt Architects and their

consulting engineers. The documents provided are not sufficiently detailed to

allow the project to proceed for a fixed-price tender call. The estimate provides a

reasonable cost envelope within which the project design can be developed.

Further estimates based on more detailed design information may, however, vary

from this baseline.

$
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23,563,300

23,863,300

3,776,300

3,822,800

800,000

800,000

E. Professional Fees

F. Municipal & Connection Fees

G. Management & Overhead

H. Project Contingency

I.

Furnishings, Fittings & Equipment

J.

Taxes

28,139,600

28,486,100

3,447,200

3,772,500

31,586,800

32,258,600

C. Design/Constructuion Contingencies
D. Provisional (OpenAire Extra Over)

The proposed development is an addition to the existing Whitchurch-Stouffville

Leisure Centre and Public Library. The scope of work comprisesof a two-storey

library/multi-functional area with two leisure pools and change rooms, offices as

well as a gymnasium. Currently, there are two options under consideration.

Total Project Cost (May 2014 Dollars)

Option A: All the new additional areas to be constructed together at the same

time.

K. Escalation

Option B:The gymnasium will be constructed at a later date; and the cost

associated will be broken out.

Escalated Project Cost

Please note that, where zero dollar values are stated, BTY has excluded these costs and the values
should be carried in a separate budget (if applicable).

We have considered that the new addition is steel/wood framesupported by

reinforced concrete foundations. The exterior consists of HPL laminate cladding

assembly and curtain wall. An operable glazed ceiling system will be installed in

the new pool area. The interior construction is mainly CMU/drywall and glazed

partitions. The Internal floor finishes include porcelaintiles to wet areas, carpet

tiles to the library, hardwood flooring to gym and concrete sealers to

mechanical/electrical rooms. Wall finishes are mainly paint and porcelain tiles.

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AREAS
The gross floor areas of the options provided as follows:
Areas

The building is considered fully heated and ventilated. Electrical work includes

power supply and panel boards, lighting, fire alarm and security systems etc.

Gross Floor Area

Aquatics (New Addition)

1,154 m

Library

3,364 m

Fitness & Gymnasium

3,809 m

Multipurpose, Older Adult & Existing

4,696 m

Total Gross Floor Area

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Option B

B. Construction

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

Option A

A. Land Cost (Excluded)

In order to maintain the budget parameters established in this report, BTY strongly

recommends that further cost estimates be prepared at major design stage

milestones to track and monitor the cost of the proposed design.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

13,023 m

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

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Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5

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Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5

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CONSTRUCTION COST SUMMARY

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Option A: All the new additional areas to be constructed together at the same
time. And the construction will be finished by 4Q 2018.

CONSTRUCTION COST SUMMARY (CONTD)


Option B: All the new additional areas (excluding the Gym) to be constructed
together at the same time. And the construction will be finished by 4Q 2018. The
Gym will be constructed in a later time and will not be completed until mid-2019.

The estimated construction cost of the project may be summarized as follows:

Option A

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The estimated construction cost of the project may be summarized as follows:

Total

Cost/GFA

Description

$/m

Structural

4,129,200

317.07

Architectural

7,921,900

608.30

Description

Mechanical

5,314,300

408.07

Structural

3,243,000

886,200

4,129,200

317.07

Electrical

2,724,800

209.23

Architectural

6,289,900

1,632,000

7,921,900

608.30

General Requirements & Fees

2,209,900

169.69

Mechanical

4,564,800

749,500

5,314,300

408.07

$ 22,300,100

$1,712.36

Electrical

2,393,200

331,600

2,724,800

209.23

1,807,000

138.75

General Requirements & Fees

1,823,000

686,900

2,509,900

192.73

51,700

3.97

$ 4,286,200 $ 22,600,100

$1,735.40

204,500

15.70

$ 24,363,300

$1,870.79

Design contingency (10%)

2,436,400

187.08

General Requirements & Fees

Construction Contingency (5%)

1,339,900

102.89

Net Construction Cost

$ 28,139,600

$2,160.76

Net Building Cost


Site Work
Ancillary Work
General Requirements & Fees
Net Construction Cost

Total Construction Cost


Escalation Allowance (12.3%)
Escalated Construction Cost

3,447,200

264.70

$31,586,800

$2,425.46

Option B

Phase 1

Phase 2

New Addition

Gym

Net Building Cost

$ 18,313,900

Site Work
Ancillary Work

Total

1,807,000

138.75

51,700

51,700

3.97

204,500

204,500

15.70

$ 4,286,200 $ 24,663,300

$1,893.83

$ 20,377,100

Design Contingency (10%)

2,037,800

428,600

2,466,400

189.39

Construction Contingency (5%)

1,120,700

235,700

1,356,400

104.15

$ 4,950,500 $ 28,486,100

$2,187.37

Total Construction Cost

$ 23,535,600

Escalation Allowance

Net Building Cost /m

$1,712 /m

Escalated Construction Cost

Net Construction Cost /m

$1,871 /m

Gross Floor Area (m)

13,023 m

Total Construction Cost /m

$2,161 /m

Net Building Cost /m

$1,735 /m

$2,425 /m

Net Construction Cost /m

$1,894 /m

2,856,800
$26,392,400

915,700

3,772,500

289.68

$5,866,200 $32,258,600

$2,477.05

$2,187 /m

Total Construction Cost /m


Escalated Construction Cost /m

$2,477 /m

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

$/m

13,023 m

Total

1,807,000

Gross Floor Area (m)

Escalated Construction Cost /m

Cost/GFA

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

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COST BREAKDOWN BASED ON LOCATIONS

7.0

As per the request of the Town, a cost breakdown based on locations may be
summarized as follows:

Description
Structural

COST COMPARISON
A comparison of the construction costs of OpenAire system versus conventional
construction is as follows:

Aquatics

Library

Fitness &
Gym

Multi &
Older Adult

Site Work

Description

OpenAire
System
$

Conventional
Construction
$

Variance
$

532,800

1,436,700

1,669,300

490,400

Roof Structure

1,395,000

326,600

-1,068,400

Architectural

2,018,900

2,553,500

2,308,300

1,041,200

Mechanical

1,446,800

1,693,000

1,565,200

609,300

Roof Covering

170,600

170,600

Electrical

339,200

946,700

691,800

747,100

Curtain Walls

258,000

258,000

General Reqs & Fees

477,100

730,900

984,200

317,700

Exterior Doors

12,000

12,000

$ 4,814,800 $ 7,360,800 $ 7,218,800

$3,205,700

Windows/Openings

Interior Finishes

14,300

156,800

87,800

-69,000

$1,551,800

$869,300

-$696,800

155,200

86,900

-68,300

85,400

47,800

-37,600

$1,792,400

$1,004,000

-$802,700

Net Building Cost


Site Work
Ancillary Work
General Reqs & Fees
Net Const Cost

1,807,000

25,000

16,700

10,000

General Requirements & Fee

2,800

1,800

199,900

NET CONSTRUCTION COST

$ 4,842,600 $ 7,360,800 $ 7,218,800

$3,224,200

2,016,900

Design Contingency

Design Cont. (10%)

484,300

736,000

722,000

322,400

201,700

Construction Contingency

Construction Cont. (5%)

266,300

404,900

397,000

177,300

110,900

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST

Const Cost per Location $ 5,593,200 $ 8,501,700 $ 8,337,800

$3,723,900

2,329,500

Escalation Allow
Escalated Const Cost
Ttl Esclated Const Cost

1. Steel structure (columns, beams, girders, trusses, joists, bracing, etc.)

$ 28,486,100

Total Const Cost


685,200
$6,278,400

1,358,500

1,315,500

$9,860,200 $9,653,300

127,900

285,400

$3,851,800 $2,614,900

13,023 m

Net Building Cost /m

$1,735 /m

Net Const Cost /m

$1,894 /m

Total Const Cost /m

$2,187 /m

Escalated Const Cost /m

$2,477 /m

at 11lb/sf plus 38mm metal deck;


2. Standing seam metal roof, R2;
3. Curtain wall;

$32,258,600

Gross Floor Area (m)

Note: In Conventional Construction option, we have made assumptions as follows.

4. Two glazed double doors with automatic openings.

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

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Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5

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Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5

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8.0

EXCLUSIONS

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10.0

The estimate specifically excludes the following:

9.0

Option B

Land costs

Planning, administrative and financing costs

Legal fees and expenses

Building permits and development cost charges

Temporary facilities for user groups during construction

Removal of hazardous materials

Loose fitting, furnishings and equipment

Tender & Award Ph.2

Unforeseen ground conditions and associated extras

Construction Ph.2

Off-site works

Phasing of the works and accelerated schedule in Option 1

Decanting & moving

Costs associated with LEED certification

Project commissioning

Erratic market conditions, such as lack of bidders, proprietary


specifications

Cost escalation

Activity

Seismic upgrade work (renovation)

Unforeseen existing building conditions (demolition)

Design
Tender & Award Ph.1
Construction Ph.1

Current BTY
Group Forecast

11.0

For the purpose of identifying and quantifying the escalation allowance for this

project, BTY has assumed the following schedules for Option A and Option B,

respectively:

Design
Tender & Award
Construction

June 1, 2015

October 31, 2016

16

November 1, 2016

December 31, 2016

January 1, 2017

September 30, 2018

21

February 1, 2019

February 28, 2019

March 1, 2019

July 31, 2019

Duration
Months

June 1, 2015

October 31, 2016

16

November 1, 2016

December 31, 2016

January 1, 2017

September 30, 2018

21

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
the prior consent of BTY Group.

2014

2015

2016

3%

3%

4%

PRICING

The estimate allows for labour, material, equipment and other input costs at
current rates and levels of productivity. It does not take into account extraordinary
market conditions, where bidders may be few and may include in their tenders
disproportionate contingencies and profit margins.

Option A

Finish

Duration
Months

The estimate has been priced at current rates taking into account the size,
location and nature of the project. The unit rates utilized are
consideredcompetitive for a project of this type, bid under a stipulated lump-sum
form of tender in an open market, with a minimum of five (5) bids, supported by

the requisite number of sub-contractors.

PROJECT SCHEDULE& ESCALATION

Start

Finish

On this basis, BTY has calculated the escalation for this project to be 12.3% for
Option 1 and 13.3% for Option 2 (two phases compounded). Our current
projected escalation rates are shown below. In the event that there is slippage in
the schedule, further escalation based on the projected escalation rate per annum
should be included in the estimate.

TAXES

Activity

Start

Based on the above schedules, the mid-point of construction for the project is
projected to be November 2017 for Option A which is 43 months from the date of
this estimate. For Option B, we have considered two phases and estimated them
separately.

The estimate excludes the Harmonized Sales Tax (H.S.T.).


10.0

PROJECT SCHEDULE & ESCALATION (CONTD)

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information must be treated as confidential and not to be disclosed, reproduced or permitted to be disclosed to any party without
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RISK MITIGATION

14.0

In order to maintain the budget parameters established in this report, BTY strongly

recommends that further cost estimates are prepared at major design stage

milestones to track and monitor the cost of the proposed design as it evolves. The

major milestone estimates are typically carried out at the Program, Schematic

Design, Design Development, 50% Working Drawings, 75% Working Drawings

and 95% Working Drawings stages.

13.0

DOCUMENTATION
The following documentation was used as the basis for preparing this estimate:

Drawing Description
Drawings

CONTINGENCIES
Design Allowance
A design contingency of Ten Percent (10%) has been included in the estimate to

cover modifications to the program, drawings and specifications during the


design. This allowance should be re-considered as the design proceeds, being
ultimately reduced to zero at the tender stage.

Ground Floor Plan


Second Floor Plan
Elevations (N-S)
Elevations (E-W)
Site Plan

Specs/Brief
Architectural Outline Specifications
Structural Brief
Electrical Design Brief
Mechanical Design Brief

Construction Allowance
An allowance of Five Percent (5%) has been included in the estimate for changes
occurring during the construction period of the project. This amount may be

expended due to site conditions or if there are modifications to the drawings and

specifications.

Date

April
April
April
April

16,
16,
29,
29,

2014
2014
2014
2014

April 25, 2014


April 25, 2014

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APPENDICES

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APPENDIX I
Elemental Analysis Option A

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PROJECT: Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion
Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5 (Option A)
TOTAL
Element
Ratio
Average
Amount
Element
G.F.A. Quantity Unit Unit Cost
$
A1 SUBSTRUCTURE
A11.1 Standard Foundations
A11.2 Special Foundations
A12
Basement Excavation
A2 STRUCTURE
A21
Lowest Floor Construction
A22.1 Upper Floor Construction
A22.2 Stair Construction
A23
Roof Construction
A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE
A31
Structural Walls Below Grade
A32.1 Walls Above Grade
A32.2 Structural Walls Above Grade
A32.3 Curtain Walls
A33.1 Windows & Louvres
A33.2 Glazed Screens
A33.3 Doors
A34.1 Roof Covering
A34.2 Skylights
A35
Projections
B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS
B11.1 Fixed Partitions
B11.2 Moveable Partitions
B11.3 Structural Partitions
B12
Doors
B2 FINISHES
B21
Floor Finishes
B22
Ceiling Finishes
B23
Wall Finishes
B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT
B31.1 Metals
B31.2 Millwork
B31.3 Specialties
B32
Equipment
B33.1 Elevators
B33.2 Escalators & Moving Walkways
B33.3 Material Handling Systems
C1 MECHANICAL
C11
Plumbing and Drainage
C11.5 Pool Mechanical
C12
Fire Protection
C13
HVAC
C14
Controls
C2 ELECTRICAL
C21
Service & Distribution
C22
Lighting, Devices & Heating
C23
Systems & Ancillaries
Z1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS & FEES
Z11
General Requirements
Z12
Fee
NET BUILDING COST
COST CONSULTANTS

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1.00
0.00
0.05

13,023 m
0 m
680 m

51.35
0.00
30.00

668,700
0
20,400

0.46
0.28
0.01
0.46

5,933
3,628
173
5,933

m
m
risr
m

67.71
299.86
594.80
300.03

401,700
1,087,900
102,900
1,780,100

0.01
0.14
0.00
0.09
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.46
0.00
0.00

150
1,812
0
1,202
222
0
16
5,932
0
18

m
m
m
m
m
m
lvs.
m
m
m

450.00
338.58
0.00
999.58
450.00
0.00
2,562.50
347.30
0.00
427.78

67,500
613,500
0
1,201,500
99,900
0
41,000
2,060,200
0
7,700

0.46
0.00
0.00
0.01

5,941
1
0
113

m
178.13
sum 35,000.00
m
0.00
lvs. 2,113.27

1,058,300
35,000
0
238,800

0.69
0.61
0.65

9,003 m
8,009 m
8,525 m

99.23
47.03
22.36

893,400
376,700
190,600

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

13,023
13,023
13,023
13,023
1
0
0

m
m
m
m
sum
no.
no.

7.16
23.51
31.31
13.05
128,000
0.00
0.00

93,300
306,200
407,800
170,000
128,000
0
0

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

13,023
13,023
13,023
13,023
13,023

m
m
m
m
m

57.58
23.04
30.15
259.20
38.11

749,800
300,000
392,600
3,375,600
496,300

1.00
1.00
1.00

13,023 m
13,023 m
13,023 m

47.93
100.74
60.56

624,200
1,311,900
788,700

8.0%
3.0%

1,607,200
602,700

DATE:
GROSS FLOOR AREA:
Total Cost
$
689,100

3,372,600

4,091,300

1,332,100

1,460,700

1,105,300

5,314,300

2,724,800

2,209,900

22,300,100

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m
13,023

Cost/Floor Area
$/ m
51.35
0.00
1.57
30.85
83.54
7.90
136.69
5.18
47.11
0.00
92.26
7.67
0.00
3.15
158.20
0.00
0.59
81.26
2.69
0.00
18.34
68.60
28.93
14.64
7.16
23.51
31.31
13.05
9.83
0.00
0.00
57.58
23.04
30.15
259.20
38.11
47.93
100.74
60.56
123.41
46.28

52.91

%
3.1%

258.97

15.1%

314.16

18.3%

102.29

6.0%

BTY GROUP
PROJECT: Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion
Class C Estimate #1 Rev.5 (Option A)
TOTAL
Element
Ratio
Average
Amount
Element
G.F.A. Quantity Unit Unit Cost
$
NET BUILDING COST
D1 SITE WORK
D11.1 Site Preparation
2.76
D11.2 Hard Surfaces
2.76
D11.3 Site Improvements
2.76
D11.4 Landscaping
2.76
D12
Mechanical Site Services
2.76
D13
Electrical Site Services
2.76
D2 ANCILLARY WORK
D21.1 Demolition
1.00
D21.2 Hazardous Materials
0.00
D22
Alteration
1.00
Z1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS & FEES
Z11
General Requirements
8.0%
Z12
Fee
3.0%
NET CONSTRUCTION COST
Z2 ALLOWANCES
Z21
Design Allowance
10.0%
Z23
Construction Allowance
5.0%
SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST
HST

112.16

6.6%

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST


Z31
Escalation Allowance
ESCALATED CONSTRUCTION COST

84.87

5.0%

Notes:

408.07

23.8%

209.23

12.2%

169.69

9.9%

1,712.36

100%

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COST CONSULTANTS

35,966
35,966
35,966
35,966
35,966
35,966

m
m
m
m
m
m

2.78
17.45
5.38
5.79
13.22
5.63

100,000
627,500
193,500
208,200
475,300
202,500

13,023 m
0 m
13,023 m

2.05
0.00
1.92

26,700
0
25,000
148,700
55,800

2,436,400
1,339,900

DATE:
GROSS FLOOR AREA:

June 17, 2014


m
13,023

Cost/Floor Area
$/ m

Total Cost
$
22,300,100
1,807,000

51,700

204,500

24,363,300
3,776,300

7.68
48.18
14.86
15.99
36.50
15.55
2.05
0.00
1.92
11.42
4.28

187.08
102.89

28,139,600

1,712.36
138.75

3.97

15.70

1,870.79
289.97

2,160.76

0.0%

0.00

12.3%

28,139,600
3,447,200
31,586,800

2,160.76
264.70
2,425.46

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BTY GROUP
PROJECT: Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion
Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5 (Option B)
TOTAL
Element
Ratio
Average
Amount
Element
G.F.A. Quantity Unit Unit Cost
$

APPENDIX II
Elemental Analysis Option B

A1 SUBSTRUCTURE
A11.1 Standard Foundations
1.00
A11.2 Special Foundations
0.00
A12
Basement Excavation
0.05
A2 STRUCTURE
A21
Lowest Floor Construction
0.46
A22.1 Upper Floor Construction
0.28
A22.2 Stair Construction
0.01
A23
Roof Construction
0.46
A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE
A31
Structural Walls Below Grade
0.01
A32.1 Walls Above Grade
0.14
A32.2 Structural Walls Above Grade
0.00
A32.3 Curtain Walls
0.09
A33.1 Windows & Louvres
0.02
A33.2 Glazed Screens
0.00
A33.3 Doors
0.00
A34.1 Roof Covering
0.46
A34.2 Skylights
0.00
A35
Projections
0.00
B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS
B11.1 Fixed Partitions
0.46
B11.2 Moveable Partitions
0.00
B11.3 Structural Partitions
0.00
B12
Doors
0.01
B2 FINISHES
B21
Floor Finishes
0.69
B22
Ceiling Finishes
0.61
B23
Wall Finishes
0.65
B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT
B31.1 Metals
1.00
B31.2 Millwork
1.00
B31.3 Specialties
1.00
B32
Equipment
1.00
B33.1 Elevators
0.00
B33.2 Escalators & Moving Walkways 0.00
B33.3 Material Handling Systems
0.00
C1 MECHANICAL
C11
Plumbing and Drainage
1.00
C11.5 Pool Mechanical
1.00
C12
Fire Protection
1.00
C13
HVAC
1.00
C14
Controls
1.00
C2 ELECTRICAL
C21
Service & Distribution
1.00
C22
Lighting, Devices & Heating
1.00
C23
Systems & Ancillaries
1.00
Z1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS & FEES
Z11
General Requirements
8.0%
Z11.5 Phasing Construction
1 sum
Z12
Fee
3.0%
NET BUILDING COST
COST CONSULTANTS

13,023 m
0 m
680 m

51.35
0.00
30.00

668,700
0
20,400

5,933
3,628
173
5,933

m
m
risr
m

67.71
299.86
594.80
300.03

401,700
1,087,900
102,900
1,780,100

150
1,812
0
1,202
222
0
16
5,932
0
18

m
m
m
m
m
m
lvs.
m
m
m

450.00
338.58
0.00
999.58
450.00
0.00
2,562.50
347.30
0.00
427.78

67,500
613,500
0
1,201,500
99,900
0
41,000
2,060,200
0
7,700

5,941
1
0
113

m
178.13
sum 35,000.00
m
0.00
lvs. 2,113.27

1,058,300
35,000
0
238,800

9,003 m
8,009 m
8,525 m

99.23
47.03
22.36

893,400
376,700
190,600

13,023
13,023
13,023
13,023
1
0
0

m
m
m
m
sum
no.
no.

7.16
23.51
31.31
13.05
128,000
0.00
0.00

93,300
306,200
407,800
170,000
128,000
0
0

13,023
13,023
13,023
13,023
13,023

m
m
m
m
m

57.58
23.04
30.15
259.20
38.11

749,800
300,000
392,600
3,375,600
496,300

13,023 m
13,023 m
13,023 m

47.93
100.74
60.56

624,200
1,311,900
788,700
1,607,200
300,000
602,700

DATE:
GROSS FLOOR AREA:
Total Cost
$
689,100

3,372,600

4,091,300

1,332,100

1,460,700

1,105,300

5,314,300

2,724,800

2,509,900

22,600,100

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m
13,023

Cost/Floor Area
$/ m
51.35
0.00
1.57
30.85
83.54
7.90
136.69
5.18
47.11
0.00
92.26
7.67
0.00
3.15
158.20
0.00
0.59
81.26
2.69
0.00
18.34
68.60
28.93
14.64
7.16
23.51
31.31
13.05
9.83
0.00
0.00
57.58
23.04
30.15
259.20
38.11
47.93
100.74
60.56
123.41
23.04
46.28

52.91

3.0%

258.97

14.9%

314.16

18.1%

102.29

5.9%

112.16

6.5%

84.87

4.9%

408.07

23.5%

209.23

12.1%

192.73

11.1%

1,735.40

100%

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5 (Option B)
TOTAL
Element
Ratio
Average
Amount
Element
G.F.A. Quantity Unit Unit Cost
$
NET BUILDING COST
D1 SITE WORK
D11.1 Site Preparation
2.76
D11.2 Hard Surfaces
2.76
D11.3 Site Improvements
2.76
D11.4 Landscaping
2.76
D12
Mechanical Site Services
2.76
D13
Electrical Site Services
2.76
D2 ANCILLARY WORK
D21.1 Demolition
1.00
D21.2 Hazardous Materials
0.00
D22
Alteration
1.00
Z1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS & FEES
Z11
General Requirements
8.0%
Z12
Fee
3.0%
NET CONSTRUCTION COST
Z2 ALLOWANCES
Z21
Design Allowance
10.0%
Z23
Construction Allowance
5.0%
SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST
HST
TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST
Z31
Escalation Allowance
ESCALATED CONSTRUCTION COST

35,966
35,966
35,966
35,966
35,966
35,966

m
m
m
m
m
m

2.78
17.45
5.38
5.79
13.22
5.63

100,000
627,500
193,500
208,200
475,300
202,500

13,023 m
0 m
13,023 m

2.05
0.00
1.92

26,700
0
25,000
148,700
55,800

2,466,400
1,356,400

DATE:
GROSS FLOOR AREA:

June 17, 2014


m
13,023

Cost/Floor Area
$/ m

Total Cost
$
22,600,100
1,807,000

51,700

204,500

24,663,300
3,822,800

7.68
48.18
14.86
15.99
36.50
15.55
2.05
0.00
1.92
11.42
4.28

189.39
104.15

28,486,100

1,735.40
138.75

3.97

15.70

1,893.83
293.54

2,187.37

0.0%

0.00

13.2%

28,486,100
3,772,500
32,258,600

2,187.37
289.68
2,477.05

Notes:

APPENDIX III
Cost Plan
COST CONSULTANTS

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

Quantity

June 17, 2014

Unit

Rate

Amount

A1 SUBSTRUCTURE

A1 SUBSTRUCTURE

A12 Basement Excavation

A11.1 Standard Foundations


Standard concrete foundation allowance to New Pool
Area (based on footprint area)
incl. strip footings, pad footings, concrete foundation
walls, concrete pedestals, grade beams, footing
drainage, foundation excavation and backfill, etc.

1,175

125.00

146,900

Standard concrete foundation allowance to New MultiFunction Area (based on footprint area)
incl. strip footings, pad footings, concrete foundation
walls, concrete pedestals, grade beams, footing
drainage, foundation excavation and backfill, etc.

2,393

100.00

239,300

Standard concrete foundation allowance to New Gym


Area (based on footprint area)
incl. strip footings, pad footings, concrete foundation
walls, concrete pedestals, grade beams, footing
drainage, foundation excavation and backfill, etc.

2,281

100.00

228,100

Allowance for alteration on existing foundation


incl. reinforcing existing foundation, underpinning
(where required), foundation excavation and backfill,
etc.

25,000.00

25,000

Allowance for extra over for unfavorable soil condition


to New Pool Area (based on footprint area)
incl. extra deep foundation, extra excavation and
backfill, temporary dewatering, etc.

1,175

25.00

29,400

Total Standard Foundations

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sum

$668,700

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Allowance for excavation to New Pool Area


incl. excavation, disposal and backfill, etc.
say 1.5m depth excavation in average

Total Basement Excavation

680

30.00

20,400

$20,400

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Concrete slab in grade to New Pool Area


incl. 100/150mm SOG with water proofing additive on
granular base with vapour barrier; slab thickening and
misc. items

1,175

80.00

94,000

Concrete slab on grade to New Multi-Function Area


incl. 100mm SOG on granular base with vapour
barrier; slab thickening and misc. items

2,393

65.00

155,500

Concrete slab on grade to New Gym area


incl. 100mm SOG on granular base with vapour
barrier; slab thickening and misc. items

2,281

65.00

148,300

52

75.00

3,900

$401,700

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Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

A22.1 Upper Floor Construction

A21 Lowest Floor Construction

Total Lowest Floor Construction

Description

June 17, 2014

A2 STRUCTURE

A2 STRUCTURE

Allowance for new concrete slab/slab thickening to


Existing Wing
incl. extra excavation, granular base course, concrete
supply, concrete placing, rebar, formwork and making
good of existing slabs, etc.

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

Steel structure to second floor to New Multi-Function


Area
assume steel structure weight at 8lb/sf; incl. steel
columns, steel beams/joists, bracing and misc. items,
etc.

1,996

215.00

429,100

Concrete topping on steel deck to New Multi-Function


Area
89mm concrete slab on 38mm steel deck; incl.
reinforcement, concrete material, placing, edge angle,
20 ga steel deck, etc.

1,996

90.00

179,600

Steel structure to second floor (running track) to New


Gym Area
assume steel structure weight at 8lb/sf; incl. steel
columns, steel beams/joists, hangers, bracing and
misc. items, etc.

1,571

215.00

337,800

Concrete topping on steel deck (running track) to New


Gym Area
89mm concrete slab on 38mm steel deck; incl.
reinforcement, concrete material, placing, edge angle,
20 ga steel deck, etc.

1,571

90.00

141,400

Total Upper Floor Construction

$1,087,900

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

A23 Roof Construction

A22.2 Stair Construction


5

risr

750.00

3,800

Steel pan stairs with concrete fill to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. steel stair stringer, deck, edge angle, concrete
fill, landing details and misc items

112

risr

285.00

31,900

Wood feature stairs to New Multi-Function Area


incl. stair stringer, feature wood deck, landing details,
detailed glazed guardrails and misc items

56

risr

1,200.00

67,200

Steel structure to New Pool Area


OpenAire option, structural components
associated to OpenAire system included within
section A34.1 Roofing OpenAire system
quotation , assume 3lb/sf; incl. steel columns, base
plates, steel beams/girders, bracing, fire proofing and
other misc items etc

1,175

80.00

94,000

Steel box girders with glulam purlins/wood deck to New


Pool Area
incl. steel box girders, steel columns and wood
structure, etc.

220

350.00

76,800

Steel structure to New Multi-Function Area


assume 10lb/sf; incl. steel columns, base plates, steel
beams/girders, OWSJ, bracing, fire proofing and
other misc. items, etc. (Galleria Space excluded)

2,393

260.00

622,200

Wood deck roof structure (Library) to New MultiFunction Area


38mm wood deck, incl. 38mm wood deck supply and
installation, etc.

2,000

55.00

110,000

342

110.00

37,600

51

40.00

2,000

Steel structure to New Gym Area


assume 12lb/sf; incl. steel columns, base plates, steel
beams/girders, OWSJ, bracing, fire proofing and
other misc. items, etc.

2,281

325.00

741,300

Steel roof decking to New Gym Area


assume 20 ga; incl. 38dp x 0.91 steel deck, edge
angle, etc.

2,281

40.00

91,200

5,000.00

5,000

Wood deck roof structure (Galleria Space) to New MultiFunction Area


38mm wood deck on glulam beams, incl. 38mm wood
deck, glulam supply and installation, etc.
Steel roof decking to New Multi-Function Area
assume 20 ga; incl. 38dp x 0.91 steel deck, edge
angle, etc.

Total Stair Construction

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A2 STRUCTURE

A2 STRUCTURE

Concrete stair on grade to New Pool Area


7.0m length; incl. concrete with water proofing
additive, formwork, rebar and granular base course,
etc.

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

$102,900

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Allowance for steel structure to Existing Wing


incl. new steel columns, beams, girder, lintels,
bracing, etc.
Total Roof Construction

sum

$1,780,100

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

Quantity

June 17, 2014

Unit

Rate

Amount

150

450.00

67,500

W1 - architectural CMU veneer clad exterior walls to


New Pool Area
incl. architectural CMU, insulation, A/V barrier,
reinforced CMU 8", etc.

Unit

Rate

Amount

166

400.00

66,200

67

325.00

21,600

W1 - architectural CMU veneer clad exterior walls to


New Multi-Function Area
incl. architectural CMU, insulation, A/V barrier,
reinforced CMU 8", etc.

162

400.00

64,800

W3 - high pressure laminate clad exterior walls to New


Multi-Function Area
incl. 10mm HPL cladding, Z-girts, insulation, A/V
barrier, reinforced CMU 8", etc.

360

325.00

117,000

W3 - high pressure laminate clad exterior walls to New


Gym Area
incl. 10mm HPL cladding, Z-girts, insulation, A/V
barrier, reinforced CMU 8", etc.

1,058

325.00

343,900

W3 - high pressure laminate clad exterior walls to New


Pool Area
incl. 10mm HPL cladding, Z-girts, insulation, A/V
barrier, reinforced CMU 8", etc.

$67,500

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Quantity

A32.1 Walls Above Grade

A31 Structural Walls Below Grade

Total Structural Walls Below Grade

Description

June 17, 2014

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

Reinforced concrete perimeter walls to the pools - New


Pool Area
assume 1.2m high in average, incl. concrete supply,
formwork, placing concrete, rebar, wall excavation
and backfill, and misc. items

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

Total Walls Above Grade

$613,500

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

A33.1 Windows & Louvres

A32.3 Curtain Walls


1

Typical pre-finished aluminum louvres to New Gym


Area
incl. louvre supply and installation, etc.

sum

GL - exterior glazed screens to Multi-Function Area


incl. double glazed curtain wall system, insulation
spandrel panels, etc.

839

1,000.00

838,500

GL - exterior glazed screens to New Gym Area


incl. double glazed curtain wall system, insulation
spandrel panels, etc.

363

1,000.00

363,000

Total Curtain Walls

Description

June 17, 2014

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

Glazed exterior walls to New Pool Area - provided by


OpenAire
incl. glazing wall/door system; refer to section A34.1
Roofing OpenAire system quotation

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

$1,201,500

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Total Windows & Louvres

222

450.00

99,900

$99,900

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

A33.3 Exterior Doors

A34.1 Roof Covering


OpenAire glazed ceiling/wall system to New Pool Area

Glazed exterior doors to New Pool Area - provided by


OpenAire
incl. glazing doors with associated hardware; refer to
section A34.1 Roofing OpenAire system
quotation

Hollow metal single door to New Pool Area


incl. HM doors, welded frames, hardware, insulation,
painting, etc.

lvs

1,750.00

1,800

Aluminum glazed doors to New Multi-Function Area


incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
automatic door operator, etc.

lvs

4,000.00

Hollow metal single doors to New Multi-Function Area


incl. HM doors, welded frames, hardware, insulation,
painting, etc.

Hollow metal single doors to New Gym Area


incl. HM doors, welded frames, hardware, insulation,
painting, etc.

lvs

1,750.00

1,800

Hollow metal double doors to New Gym Area


incl. HM doors, welded frames, hardware, insulation,
painting, etc.

lvs

1,600.00

6,400

sum

lvs

1,750.00

Unit

Rate

Amount

sum

1,395,000.00

1,395,000

220

175.00

38,400

24,000

R2 - standing seam metal roofing to New Pool Area


incl. standing seam metal roofing, 2-layer insulation,
A/V barrier, asphalt impregnated fiberboard, exterior
gypsum board, etc.

73

lm

110.00

8,100

7,000

Prefinished metal parapet to New Pool Area


incl. wall flashing, coping flashing, SBS 2 ply roofing
to parapet, wood blocking, roofing caulking, etc.

2,393

125.00

299,100

171

lm

110.00

18,800

2,281

125.00

285,100

143

lm

110.00

15,700

R1 - rubberised asphalt membrane roofing to New MultiFunction Area


incl. crushed ballast, filter, 2-layer rigid insulation, A/V
barrier, asphalt impregnated fiberboard, exterior
gypsum board, rubberized asphaltic membrane, etc.
Prefinished metal parapet to New Multi-Function Area
incl. wall flashing, coping flashing, SBS 2 ply roofing
to parapet, wood blocking, roofing caulking, etc.

Prefinished metal parapet to New Gym Area


incl. wall flashing, coping flashing, SBS 2 ply roofing
to parapet, wood blocking, roofing caulking, etc.

$41,000

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86 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Quantity

per OpenAire quotation; incl. single slope lean-to


enclosure measuring 20m (true dimension up the
slope) x 48m (out/out enclosure), with a 5m high front
wall (doors included)

R1 - rubberised asphalt membrane roofing to New Gym


Area
incl. crushed ballast, filter, 2-layer rigid insulation, A/V
barrier, asphalt impregnated fiberboard, exterior
gypsum board, rubberized asphaltic membrane, etc.

Total Exterior Doors

June 17, 2014

Total Roof Covering

$2,060,200

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

B11.1 Fixed Partitions

A35 Projections
18

425.00

7,700

P2 - New Pool Area


assume 50% of interior partition quantity; incl. 16mm
abuse resistant gypsum boards of both sides on
150mm steel stud, insulation, etc.

109

125.00

13,600

P3 - New Pool Area


assume 50% of interior partition quantity; incl.
exposed reinforced 8" CMU, etc

109

200.00

21,800

52

550.00

28,600

P1 - New Multi-Function Area


assume 50% of drywall partition quantity; incl. 16mm
gypsum boards of both sides on 92mm steel stud,
insulation, etc.

883

105.00

92,700

P2 - New Multi-Function Area


assume 50% of drywall partition quantity; incl. 16mm
abuse resistant gypsum boards of both sides on
150mm steel stud, insulation, etc.

1,372

125.00

171,500

P3 - New Multi-Function Area


assume stair cases, changing areas, and demising
walls between gym and library; incl. exposed
reinforced 8" CMU, etc

661

200.00

132,200

Interior glazed partition - New Multi-Function Area


assume 5ft height; incl. aluminum fixed window,
caulking, etc.

320

550.00

176,000

P1 - Existing Wing
incl. 16mm gypsum boards of both sides on 92mm
steel stud, insulation, etc.

393

105.00

41,200

P3 - Existing Wing
incl. exposed reinforced 8" CMU, etc

251

200.00

50,200

1,250

200.00

250,000

Interior glazed partition - New Pool Area


assume 5ft height; incl. aluminum fixed window,
caulking, etc.

P3 - New Multi-Function Area


assume stair cases, changing areas, and demising
walls between gym and library; incl. exposed
reinforced 8" CMU, etc

Total Projections

June 17, 2014

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

Soffit - insulated pre-finished aluminum plate cladding


to New Multi-Function Area
incl. pre-finished aluminum plate, insulation, Z-girts,
A/V barrier, etc.

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

$7,700

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Total Fixed Partitions

489

105.00

51,300

Unit

Rate

sum

35,000.00

Amount

Allowance for rolling operable partition - New Gym Area

35,000

incl. gym double divider curtain, curtain track, etc.

53

550.00

29,200

$1,058,300

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Quantity

B11.2 Moveable Partitions

B11.1 Fixed Partitions

Interior glazed partition - New Multi-Function Area


assume 5ft height; incl. aluminum fixed window,
caulking, etc.

Description

June 17, 2014

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

P1 - New Multi-Function Area


assume 50% of drywall partition quantity; incl. 16mm
gypsum boards of both sides on 92mm steel stud,
insulation, etc.

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

Total Moveable Partitions

$35,000

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

B2 FINISHES

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

B21 Floor Finishes

B12 Interior Doors


5

lvs

1,800.00

9,000

Floor finishes to pools - New Pool Area


assume porcelain tiles; incl. porcelain tiles, transit
strip, etc.

419

125.00

52,400

Interior single/double wood doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

45

lvs

1,800.00

81,000

Floor finishes to pool deck - New Pool Area


assume porcelain tiles; incl. porcelain tiles, transit
strip, base board, etc.

629

115.00

72,400

10.00

900

18

lvs

2,750.00

49,500

Concrete sealer - New Pool Area


assume storage and mech rooms; incl. concrete
sealer/hardener, rubber base, etc.

93

Aluminum glazed single doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
etc.

880

115.00

101,200

Aluminum glazed double doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
automatic door operator, etc.

10

Porcelain tile to galleria, lobby & washrooms - New


Multi-Function Area
incl. porcelain tiles, base board, etc.

3,176

70.00

222,300

Resilient flooring - New Multi-Function Area


incl. linoleum flooring, rubber base, etc.

119

70.00

8,300

Hardwood flooring - New Multi-Function Area


to dance studio; incl. gym wood flooring, rubber base,
etc.

283

160.00

45,300

Concrete sealer - New Multi-Function Area


assume storage and mech room; incl. concrete
sealer/hardener, rubber base, etc.

172

10.00

1,700

1,344

160.00

215,000

482

105.00

50,600

25,000.00

25,000

Interior single/double wood doors to New Pool Area


incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

Interior single wood doors to Existing Wing


incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

lvs

3,250.00

32,500

Carpet flooring - New Multi-Function Area


incl. carpet tile, carpet base, transit strip, etc.

Interior single/double wood doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

25

Aluminum glazed single doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
etc.

lvs

lvs

lvs

1,800.00

1,800.00

2,750.00

10,800

45,000

11,000

Hardwood flooring - New Gym Area


incl. gym wood flooring, rubber base, etc.
Rubber flooring - New Gym Area
incl. rubber flooring, rubber base, etc.
Allowance for floor finishes - Existing Wing
incl. new floor finishes to areas (where demo/new wall
constructed), making good of existing flooring, etc.
Resilient flooring - New Multi-Function Area
incl. linoleum flooring, rubber base, etc.

Total Interior Doors

$238,800

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Carpet to Gym
Total Floor Finishes

sum

1,040

70.00

72,800

364

70.00

25,500
$893,400

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

18

425.00

7,700

Unit

Rate

Amount

P2 - New Pool Area


assume 50% of interior partition quantity; incl. 16mm
abuse resistant gypsum boards of both sides on
150mm steel stud, insulation, etc.

109

125.00

13,600

P3 - New Pool Area


assume 50% of interior partition quantity; incl.
exposed reinforced 8" CMU, etc

109

200.00

21,800

52

550.00

28,600

P1 - New Multi-Function Area


assume 50% of drywall partition quantity; incl. 16mm
gypsum boards of both sides on 92mm steel stud,
insulation, etc.

883

105.00

92,700

P2 - New Multi-Function Area


assume 50% of drywall partition quantity; incl. 16mm
abuse resistant gypsum boards of both sides on
150mm steel stud, insulation, etc.

1,372

125.00

171,500

P3 - New Multi-Function Area


assume stair cases, changing areas, and demising
walls between gym and library; incl. exposed
reinforced 8" CMU, etc

661

200.00

132,200

Interior glazed partition - New Multi-Function Area


assume 5ft height; incl. aluminum fixed window,
caulking, etc.

320

550.00

176,000

P1 - Existing Wing
incl. 16mm gypsum boards of both sides on 92mm
steel stud, insulation, etc.

393

105.00

41,200

P3 - Existing Wing
incl. exposed reinforced 8" CMU, etc

251

200.00

50,200

1,250

200.00

250,000

Interior glazed partition - New Pool Area


assume 5ft height; incl. aluminum fixed window,
caulking, etc.

P3 - New Multi-Function Area


assume stair cases, changing areas, and demising
walls between gym and library; incl. exposed
reinforced 8" CMU, etc

$7,700

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90 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Quantity

B11.1 Fixed Partitions

A35 Projections

Total Projections

June 17, 2014

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

A3 EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE

Soffit - insulated pre-finished aluminum plate cladding


to New Multi-Function Area
incl. pre-finished aluminum plate, insulation, Z-girts,
A/V barrier, etc.

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

___________________________________________________________________________________________
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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Total Fixed Partitions

Quantity

Unit

Rate

sum

35,000.00

Amount

B11.2 Moveable Partitions

B11.1 Fixed Partitions

Interior glazed partition - New Multi-Function Area


assume 5ft height; incl. aluminum fixed window,
caulking, etc.

Description

June 17, 2014

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

P1 - New Multi-Function Area


assume 50% of drywall partition quantity; incl. 16mm
gypsum boards of both sides on 92mm steel stud,
insulation, etc.

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

489

105.00

51,300

Allowance for rolling operable partition - New Gym Area

35,000

incl. gym double divider curtain, curtain track, etc.

53

550.00

29,200

$1,058,300

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Total Moveable Partitions

$35,000

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Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

B2 FINISHES

B1 PARTITIONS & DOORS

B21 Floor Finishes

B12 Interior Doors


5

lvs

1,800.00

9,000

Floor finishes to pools - New Pool Area


assume porcelain tiles; incl. porcelain tiles, transit
strip, etc.

419

125.00

52,400

Interior single/double wood doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

45

lvs

1,800.00

81,000

Floor finishes to pool deck - New Pool Area


assume porcelain tiles; incl. porcelain tiles, transit
strip, base board, etc.

629

115.00

72,400

10.00

900

18

lvs

2,750.00

49,500

Concrete sealer - New Pool Area


assume storage and mech rooms; incl. concrete
sealer/hardener, rubber base, etc.

93

Aluminum glazed single doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
etc.

880

115.00

101,200

Aluminum glazed double doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
automatic door operator, etc.

10

Porcelain tile to galleria, lobby & washrooms - New


Multi-Function Area
incl. porcelain tiles, base board, etc.

3,176

70.00

222,300

Resilient flooring - New Multi-Function Area


incl. linoleum flooring, rubber base, etc.

119

70.00

8,300

Hardwood flooring - New Multi-Function Area


to dance studio; incl. gym wood flooring, rubber base,
etc.

283

160.00

45,300

Concrete sealer - New Multi-Function Area


assume storage and mech room; incl. concrete
sealer/hardener, rubber base, etc.

172

10.00

1,700

1,344

160.00

215,000

482

105.00

50,600

25,000.00

25,000

Interior single/double wood doors to New Pool Area


incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

Interior single wood doors to Existing Wing


incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

lvs

3,250.00

32,500

Carpet flooring - New Multi-Function Area


incl. carpet tile, carpet base, transit strip, etc.

Interior single/double wood doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. wood doors, frames, hardware, vision panel,
stain, etc.

25

Aluminum glazed single doors to New Multi-Function


Area
incl. aluminum frames, glazed doors, door hardware,
etc.

lvs

lvs

lvs

1,800.00

1,800.00

2,750.00

10,800

45,000

11,000

Hardwood flooring - New Gym Area


incl. gym wood flooring, rubber base, etc.
Rubber flooring - New Gym Area
incl. rubber flooring, rubber base, etc.
Allowance for floor finishes - Existing Wing
incl. new floor finishes to areas (where demo/new wall
constructed), making good of existing flooring, etc.
Resilient flooring - New Multi-Function Area
incl. linoleum flooring, rubber base, etc.

Total Interior Doors

$238,800

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Carpet to Gym
Total Floor Finishes

sum

1,040

70.00

72,800

364

70.00

25,500
$893,400

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

B2 FINISHES

B2 FINISHES

B23 Wall Finishes

B22 Ceiling Finishes


Paint to metal deck - New Pool Area
incl. paint to exposed steel structure, extra over for
high ceiling finishes, etc.

220

16.00

3,500

Wall finishes to the pools - New Pool Area


assume porcelain tiles 1.2m high in average; incl.
porcelain tiles, etc.

150

125.00

18,800

Paint to metal deck - New Multi-Function Area


incl. paint to exposed steel structure, extra over for
high ceiling finishes, etc.

172

16.00

2,800

Ceramic tile - New Pool Area


incl. ceramic tiles, etc.

138

105.00

14,400

10.00

2,800

1,487

16.00

23,800

Paint - New Pool Area


incl. latex painting, etc.

281

Paint to wood deck - New Multi-Function Area


incl. paint to exposed wood deck, extra over for high
ceiling, etc.

664

105.00

69,700

Suspended gypsum board ceiling - New Multi-Function


Area
incl. drywall, metal stud, furring, finishing, paint,
bulkhead details, etc.

2,088

Ceramic tile - New Multi-Function Area


assume ceramic tile to changing rooms and
washrooms; incl. ceramic tiles, etc.
Paint - New Multi-Function Area
incl. latex painting, etc.

4,938

10.00

49,400

Paint - New Gym Area


incl. latex painting to CMU, etc.

2,354

10.00

23,500

12,000.00

12,000

Suspended acoustic tile - New Multi-Function Area


incl. 2'x4' acoustic ceiling tiles, T-bar, etc.
Paint to metal deck - New Gym Area
incl. paint to exposed steel structure, extra over for
high ceiling finishes, etc.
Allowance for ceiling finishes - Existing Wing
incl. new ceiling finishes to areas (where demo/new
wall constructed), making good of existing ceiling, etc.
Suspended acoustic tile - New Multi-Function Area
incl. 2'x4' acoustic ceiling tiles, T-bar, etc.

Total Ceiling Finishes

100.00

208,800

356

40.00

14,200

1,826

16.00

29,200

20,000.00

20,000

40.00

74,400

1,859

sum

$376,700

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Allowance for wall finishes - Existing Wing


incl. new wall finishes to areas (where demo/new wall
constructed), making good of existing wall finishes,
etc.

Total Wall Finishes

sum

$190,600

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

Quantity

June 17, 2014

Unit

Rate

Amount

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

Quantity

June 17, 2014

Unit

Rate

Amount

B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT

B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT

B31.2 Millwork

B31.1 Metals
Allowance for metals to New Pool Area
incl. ladders, handrails, brackets and other misc.
metals

1,154

4.00

4,600

Allowance for millwork to New Pool Area


incl. cabinetwork, casework, shelving and other misc.
millwork

1,154

15.00

17,300

Allowance for metals to New Multi-Function Area


incl. ladders, handrails, brackets and other misc.
metals

4,389

4.00

17,600

4,389

40.00

175,600

123

lm

450.00

55,300

Allowance for millwork to New Multi-Function Area


incl. cabinetwork, casework, shelving, library
information/circulation desk, reception countertop and
other misc. millwork

3,852

20.00

77,000

Allowance for metals to New Gym Area


incl. ladders, handrails, brackets and other misc.
metals

3,852

2.70

10,400

Allowance for millwork to New Gym Area


incl. cabinetwork, casework, shelving and other misc.
millwork
Allowance for millwork to Existing Wing
incl. cabinetwork, casework, shelving and other misc.
millwork

3,628

10.00

36,300

Allowance for metals to Existing Wing


incl. ladders, handrails, brackets and other misc.
metals

3,628

1.50

5,400

Guard rails with glazing to New Gym Area


incl. aluminum guardrail with glazing and misc items
required, etc.

Total Metals

$93,300

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Total Millwork

$306,200

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

1,154

sum

50.00

57,700

20,000.00

20,000

Allowance for specialties to New Multi-Function Area


incl. washroom accessories, toilet partitions, urinal
screens, shower seats, janitor room accessories,
sunshades, interior signage, whiteboard & tack
boards, metal lockers and other misc. specialties

4,389

45.00

197,500

Allowance for specialties to New Gym Area


incl. sunshades, interior signage, metal lockers and
other misc. specialties

3,852

25.00

96,300

Allowance for specialties to Existing Wing


incl. washroom accessories, toilet partitions, urinal
screens, shower seats, janitor room accessories,
sunshades, interior signage, whiteboard & tack
boards, metal lockers and other misc. specialties

3,628

10.00

36,300

Unit

Rate

Amount

Allowance for basketball backstops to New Gym Area


incl. fixed backstops, swing up roof mounted
backstops, floor sockets, etc.

sum

20,000.00

20,000

Allowance for pool equipment


incl pool fitting and fixtures: diving boards, flags, stair
rails, ladders, boards, water trees, etc.

sum

150,000.00

150,000

Total Equipment

Total Specialties

Quantity

B32 Equipment

B31.3 Specialties

Allowance for moveable bleacher seating to New Pool


Area
incl. moveable bleacher seating and other misc. items

Description

June 17, 2014

B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT

B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT

Allowance for specialties to New Pool Area


incl. washroom accessories, toilet partitions, urinal
screens, shower seats, janitor room accessories,
sunshades, interior signage, metal lockers and other
misc. specialties

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

$407,800

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$170,000

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

C1 MECHANICAL

B3 FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT

C11 Plumbing and Drainage

B33.1 Elevators
Allowance for elevators to New Multi-Function Area
incl. two 2-stop elevators, etc.

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

sum

128,000.00

128,000

New Pool Area


Plumbing Fixtures Allowance:
Deck Drain
Floor Drain
Roof Drain
DF Drinking Fountain, Wall BF
Foot Bath
None Freeze Hose Bibb
Reduce Backflow Preventer
Common Equipment: (12.29% Prorated)
Domestic Hot Water Heater, 500liters (130US
Gallons)
Alternative: Solar Collector Array to preheat dom cold
water (see option item below)
Expansion Tank, Bladder Type
Domestic Hot Water Heating Pumps (Recirc)
Sanitary Sump & Duplex Pump
Weeping Tile Sump & Duplex Pump
Grey Water Pump, VSD
Elevator Sump & Pump
Piping Allowance:
Storm Piping
Sanitary Piping
Domestic Piping
Miscellaneous Allowance:
Connection work to existing
Core Drilling & X Ray
Seismic Restraint
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning
LEED Best Practice (excl.)
LEED Commissioning (excl.)

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

5,000.00
400.00
800.00
2,500.00
550.00
1,650.00
1,500.00

5,000
400
800
2,500
600
1,700
1,500

sum

16,600.00

16,600

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

300.00
2,300.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
1,100.00
300.00

300
2,300
2,200
2,200
1,100
300

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

5,850.00
4,500.00
6,000.00

5,900
4,500
6,000

1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

3,750.00
3,750.00
3,750.00
1,000.00
2,764.00

3,800
3,800
3,800
1,000
2,800

1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

47,600.00
19,250.00
27,300.00
6,500.00
9,900.00

47,600
19,300
27,300
6,500
9,900

New Multi-Function Area


Plumbing Fixtures Allowance:
W-1 Water Closet Wall, Flush, Elct c/w piping
W-2 Water Closet Wall, Flush, Elct BF c/w piping
L1 Lavatory Counter Mtd, Electronic
L2 Lavatory Counter Mtd, Electronic BF
L3 Lavatory Wall Mtd, Electronic (as dwg indicated)

Total Elevators

$128,000

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Unit

Rate

Amount

1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum

3,750.00
3,750.00
1,000.00
11,118.00

3,800
3,800
1,000
11,100

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

17,000.00
3,500.00
7,800.00
3,600.00
2,000.00
2,600.00
800.00
1,100.00
2,500.00

17,000
3,500
7,800
3,600
2,000
2,600
800
1,100
2,500

sum

25,800.00

25,800

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

500.00
3,600.00
3,400.00
3,400.00
1,700.00
500.00

500
3,600
3,400
3,400
1,700
500

1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum

6,000.00
6,000.00
4,500.00
7,200.00

6,000
6,000
4,500
7,200

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

3,750.00
1,000.00
2,210.00

3,800
1,000
2,200

New Multi-Function Area (Continued)

New Multi-Function Area (Continued)

Piping Allowance:
Grey water piping
Domestic Water piping
Tempered Water Line
Sanitary Piping
Storm Piping
Gas Piping

Quantity

C11 Plumbing and Drainage

C11 Plumbing and Drainage

Common Equipment: (68.61% Prorated)


Domestic Hot Water Heater, 500liters (130US
Gallons)
Alternative: Solar Collector Array to preheat dom cold
water (see option item below)
Expansion Tank, Bladder Type
Domestic Hot Water Heating Pumps (Recirc)
Sanitary Sump & Duplex Pump
Weeping Tile Sump & Duplex Pump
Grey Water Pump, VSD
Elevator Sump & Pump

Description

June 17, 2014

C1 MECHANICAL

C1 MECHANICAL

Plumbing Fixtures Allowance (continued):


Urinal, Wall Elec
SH-1 Shower, Pressure Balanced
SH-2 Shower, Pressure Balanced, BF
JS-1 Janitor Sink, Precast Floor
S-1 Sink Counter Mtd, Single, SS Galleria
S-2 Sink Counter Mtd, Double, SS Multi Purpose
Dishwasher Hook Up
Washer/Dryer Hook Up (When applicable)
Kitchen Equipment Hook Up
DF Drinking Fountain, Wall BF
Trench Drain (Shower)
Roof Drains
Floor Drain
Tempering Valve
Gas PRV
Non Freeze Hose Bibb
Emergency Eyewash Station
Reduce Backflow Preventer (Grey water)
Reduce Backflow Preventer (Domestic)
Dual Check/Reduce Backflow Preventer (Fire)

7.0 Cost Report

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

sum

sum

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

7,200.00
20,800.00
3,400.00
1,800.00
950.00
1,150.00
350.00
350.00
1,750.00
10,000.00
20,650.00
4,800.00
8,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
2,200.00
5,000.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
92,600.00

1,700.00
13,000.00
12,300.00
12,300.00
6,200.00
1,700.00
36,000.00
90,000.00
9,000.00
27,000.00
11,250.00
3,250.00

7,200
20,800
3,400
1,800
1,000
1,200
400
400
1,800
10,000
20,700
4,800
8,000
5,000
5,000
2,200
5,000
3,500
3,500
3,500
92,600

1,700
13,000
12,300
12,300
6,200
1,700
36,000
90,000
9,000
27,000
11,300
3,300

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Miscellaneous Allowance: New Multi Function


Core Drilling & X Ray
Seismic Restraint
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning
LEED Best Practice (excl.)
LEED Commissioning (excl.)
New Gymnasium
Plumbing Fixtures Allowance:
WC1 Water Closet Floor, Flush, Elct c/w piping
WC2 Water Closet Floor, Flush, Elec BF c/w piping
L3 Lavatory Wall Mtd
Urinal
Roof Drain
SH-1 Shower, Pressure Balanced
Floor Drain
None Freeze Hose Bibb
Drinking Fountain
Common Equipment: (19.10% Prorated)
Domestic Hot Water Heater, 500liters (130US
Gallons)
Alternative: Solar Collector Array to preheat dom cold
water (see option item below)
Expansion Tank, Bladder Type
Domestic Hot Water Heating Pumps (Recirc)
Sanitary Sump & Duplex Pump
Weeping Tile Sump & Duplex Pump
Grey Water Pump, VSD
Elevator Sump & Pump
Piping Allowance:
Grey water piping
Domestic Water piping
Sanitary Piping
Storm Piping
Miscellaneous Allowance:
Seismic Restraint
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning
LEED Best Practice (excl.)

___________________________________________________________________________________________
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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

C1 MECHANICAL

C1 MECHANICAL

C11.5 Pool Mechanical

C11 Plumbing and Drainage

New Pool Area

New Gymnasium (Continued)


Miscellaneous Allowance (continued):
LEED Commissioning (excl.)

New Leisure Pool 1 (200,000liters/51000US Gallon)

sum

155,000.00

155,000

New Leisure Pool 2 (150,000liters/39000US Gallon)

sum

145,000.00

145,000

Existing
Plumbing Fixtures Allowance:
Modification/replacement/removal/relocation of
affected plumbing fixtures (roof drain, hose bibb, etc)
Modification/replacement/removal/relocation of
affected sanitary piping
Modification/replacement/removal/relocation of
affected storm piping
Modification/replacement/removal/relocation of
affected domestic piping
Miscellaneous Allowance:
Reconnection work
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning of affected
LEED Best Practice (excl.)
LEED Commissioning (excl.)
Option: Solar Collector Array for Preheating
Domestic Cold Water

Total Plumbing and Drainage

sum

800.00

800

sum

2,550.00

2,600

sum

2,600.00

2,600

sum

2,800.00

2,800

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

3,750.00
1,000.00
740.00

3,800
1,000
700

sum

238,500.00

$749,800

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Total Pool Mechanical

$300,000

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Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

1,111

37.00

41,100

64

33.00

2,100

230

31.00

7,100

no
sum

150.00
500.00

200
500

1
1

New Multi-Function Area


4,200
189

m
m

36.00
33.00

151,200
6,200

125

31.00

3,900

20
1

no
sum

150.00
500.00

3,000
500

m
m

40.00
35.00

154,100
3,000

no
sum

150.00
500.00

300
500

925

15.00

13,900

334

15.00

5,000

New Gymnasium
Fire Protection Allowance:
Wet Type Fire protection system (ordinary GR1)
Dry Type Fire protection system Light (Exterior
Canopies)
Fire Extinguishers
Air Compressor

3,852
85
2
1

Existing Wing
Fire Protection Allowance:
Modification of existing library fire protection system
affected by construction
Modification of existing change rms fire protection
system affected by new construction

Total Fire Protection

Unit

Rate

Amount

New Pool Area

New Pool Area

Fire Protection Allowance:


Wet Type Fire protection system (light)
Wet Type Fire protection system Ordinary
GR1(Mechanical Rm & Storage)
Dry Type Fire protection system Light (Exterior
Canopies)
Fire Extinguishers
Air Compressor

Quantity

C13 HVAC

C12 Fire Protection

Wet Type Fire protection system (Mechanical Rm &


Storage)
Dry Type Fire protection system Light (Pool Exterior
Canopies)
Fire Extinguishers
Air Compressor

Description

June 17, 2014

C1 MECHANICAL

C1 MECHANICAL

Fire Protection Allowance:


Wet Type Fire protection system, Pool & Change Rm

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

$392,600

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HVAC Equipment Allowance:


AHU-1 Natatorium AHU, 25000cfm, Constant Volume
Dehumidification Unit, 100%OA, Reheat c/w Remote
Air Cooled Condenser, mixing box, filters,
cooling/heating coil, condenser reheat coil, exhaust
air heat recovery, outside air preheat coil, supply &
return fans
Unit Heaters
Perimeter Heating
Mechanical Room Exhaust/Supply Fan

no

354,375.00

354,400

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

3,000.00
27,300.00
700.00

3,000
27,300
700

sum

15,500.00

15,500

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

200.00
1,000.00
600.00
2,500.00
600.00
2,300.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,100.00
2,700.00

200
1,000
600
2,500
600
2,300
1,800
1,800
1,100
2,700

Terminal Devices Allowance:


Supply Diffusers
Exhaust/Return Grilles
Backdraft/Balancing Dampers
Fire Damper
VAV Boxes (additional when required)
Silencers

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

26,250.00
26,250.00
9,750.00
700.00
1,000.00
4,500.00

26,300
26,300
9,800
700
1,000
4,500

Ductwork & Insulation Allowance: Pool Area


Supply/Exhaust Duct (SS)
Insulation

1
1

sum
sum

300,000.00
22,110.00

300,000
22,100

Piping Allowance:
Refrigerant pipe
Hot Water Supply & Return Piping

1
1

sum
sum

6,500.00
58,671.14

6,500
58,700

Miscellaneous Allowance:
Glycol
Seismic Restraint

1
1

sum
sum

1,500.00
3,850.00

1,500
3,900

Common Equipment: (12.29% Prorated)


New Ultra High Efficiency Boilers, Gas Fired, Force
Draft, 879KW
Air Separator
Expansion Tank
Glycol Feed System
Chemical Treatment System
Boiler Pump
Perimeter Heating Pump
AHU Heating Coil Pumps
Glycol Pump
In Slab Heating Pump
Radiant Heating Pump

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

C1 MECHANICAL

C1 MECHANICAL

C13 HVAC

C13 HVAC

New Pool Area (Continued)


Miscellaneous Allowance (continued):
Firestop & Smoke Seal
Noise & Vibration Isolation
Chemical Treatment & Cleaning
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning
LEED Best Practice (excl.)
LEED Commissioning (excl.)

Common Equipment: (68.61% Prorated)


New Ultra High Efficiency Boilers, Gas Fired, Force
Draft, 879KW
Air Separator
Expansion Tank
Glycol Feed System
Chemical Treatment System
Boiler Pump

1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

1,000.00
2,310.00
1,500.00
1,000.00
18,012.00

1,000
2,300
1,500
1,000
18,000

no

68,850.00

68,900

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

229,500.00
195,075.00
68,850.00
22,950.00
34,425.00
16,200.00
16,200.00
20,250.00
20,250.00
10,000.00
48,600.00
20,000.00
5,500.00
3,750.00
2,365.00
6,800.00
4,730.00
4,800.00
93,150.00
2,200.00
750.00

229,500
195,100
68,900
23,000
34,400
16,200
16,200
20,300
20,300
10,000
48,600
20,000
5,500
3,800
2,400
6,800
4,700
4,800
93,200
2,200
800

sum

86,400.00

86,400

1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

1,400.00
5,500.00
3,100.00
13,700.00
3,400.00

1,400
5,500
3,100
13,700
3,400

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100 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

New Multi-Function Area (Continued)

New Multi-Function Area


HVAC Equipment Allowance:
VAV RTU-18 Strength & Conditioning (Single Zone),
6000cfm
VAV RTU-12 Library, 20000cfm,
VAV RTU-13 Library, 17000cfm
VAV RTU-14 Galleria (Single Zone), 6000cfm
RTU-10 Fitness Area, 2000cfm
RTU-11 Pool Change Area, 3000cfm
CV RTU-16 Aerobics (Single Zone), 2000cfm
CV RTU-17 Aerobics (Single Zone), 2000cfm
CV RTU-19 Administration, 2500cfm
CV RTU-20 Child Care, 2500cfm
Split AC, Elevator Machine & Controller Rms
VRF System
Air Curtain
Snow Meting
In Floor Perimeter Heating
Force Flow Heating
Unit Heaters
Cabinet Heaters
Baseboard/Convector Heating
Perimeter Heating (Windows/Wall)
Exhaust/Supply Fan (Mechanical Rm)
Exhaust Fan (Electrical Rm)

June 17, 2014

Common Equipment (continued): (68.61% Prorated)


Perimeter Heating Pump
AHU Heating Coil Pumps
Glycol Pump
In Slab Heating Pump
Radiant Heating Pump

1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

13,000.00
10,300.00
10,300.00
6,200.00
15,100.00

13,000
10,300
10,300
6,200
15,100

Terminal Devices Allowance: New Multi Function Area


Supply Diffusers
Exhaust/Return Grilles
Backdraft/Balancing Dampers
Fire Damper
Motorized Damper
Louvres
Duct Mounted Heating Coils (Change Rooms)
Reheat Coils
Boiler Vent
VAV Boxes c/w reheat coil
Silencers
Dishwasher Exhaust
Duct Mounted Heating Coil
Kitchen Hood (When required)

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

24,600.00
24,600.00
26,650.00
7,700.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
5,000.00
61,750.00
3,000.00
95,000.00
35,000.00
350.00
3,000.00
5,000.00

24,600
24,600
26,700
7,700
2,000
2,500
5,000
61,800
3,000
95,000
35,000
400
3,000
5,000

Ductwork & Insulation Allowance: New Multi Function


Area
Ductwork
Insulation

1
1

sum
sum

117,750.00
76,500.00

117,800
76,500

Piping Allowance: New Multi Function Area


Hot Water Supply & Return c/w insulation
AC/VRF Piping
Condensate Drain

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

384,000.00
13,000.00
5,250.00

384,000
13,000
5,300

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

5,000.00
3,850.00
4,000.00
2,310.00
2,310.00
2,500.00
40,344.00

5,000
3,900
4,000
2,300
2,300
2,500
40,300

Miscellaneous Allowance: New Multi Function Area


Glycol
Seismic Restraint
Firestop & Smoke Seal
Noise & Vibration Isolation
Chemical Treatment & Cleaning
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning
LEED Best Practice (excl.)
LEED Commissioning (excl.)

___________________________________________________________________________________________
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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

C1 MECHANICAL

C1 MECHANICAL

C13 HVAC

C13 HVAC

Unit Heaters
Radiant (Perimeter)
Exhaust Fans
Common Equipment: (19.10% Prorated)
New Ultra High Efficiency Boilers, Gas Fired, Force
Draft, 879KW
Air Separator
Expansion Tank
Glycol Feed System
Chemical Treatment System
Boiler Pump
Perimeter Heating Pump
AHU Heating Coil Pumps
Glycol Pump
In Slab Heating Pump
Radiant Heating Pump

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

New Gymnasium (Continued)

New Gymnasium
HVAC Equipment Allowance:
VAV RTU-15 Gymnasium (Single Zone), 15000cfm

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

sum

192,375.00

192,400

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

8,750.00
13,000.00
1,100.00

8,800
13,000
1,100

sum

24,100.00

24,100

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

400.00
1,500.00
900.00
3,800.00
1,000.00
3,600.00
2,900.00
2,900.00
1,700.00
4,200.00

400
1,500
900
3,800
1,000
3,600
2,900
2,900
1,700
4,200

Miscellaneous Allowance (continued):


Chemical Treatment & Cleaning
As Built Drawing
Testing, Balancing & Commissioning
LEED Best Practice (excl.)
LEED Commissioning (excl.)

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

2,500.00
2,500.00
8,396.00

2,500
2,500
8,400

Existing Wing

Terminal Devices Allowance:


Supply Diffusers
Exhaust/Return Grilles
Backdraft/Balancing Dampers
Fire Dampers
Silencers
Reheat Coil
VAV Boxes c/w reheat coil

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

12,000.00
12,000.00
13,000.00
1,400.00
6,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00

12,000
12,000
13,000
1,400
6,000
2,000
3,000

Ductwork & Insulation Allowance:


Ductwork
Insulation

1
1

sum
sum

41,250.00
18,150.00

41,300
18,200

Piping Allowance:
Hot Water Supply & Return c/w insulation
Condensate Drain

1
1

sum
sum

26,699.18
700.00

26,700
700

Miscellaneous Allowance:
Glycol
Seismic Restraint
Firestop & Smoke Seal
Noise & Vibration Isolation

1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum

1,500.00
3,800.00
1,000.00
1,500.00

1,500
3,800
1,000
1,500

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HVAC Equipment Allowance:


Modification work to existing library affected by new
construction

925

10.00

9,300

Terminal Devices Allowance:


Modification work to existing library terminal devices
affected by new construction

925

3.34

3,100

Ductwork & Insulation Allowance:


Modification work to existing library ductwork affected
by new construction

925

15.00

13,900

925

10.00

9,300

500.00
1,900.00

500
1,900

Piping Allowance:
Modification work to existing library piping affected by
new construction
Miscellaneous Allowance: (Existing)
As Built Drawing
Re Testing, Balancing & Commissioning (When
required)

Total HVAC

1
1

sum
sum

$3,375,600

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

C1 MECHANICAL

sum

126,084.00

126,100

sum

302,580.00

302,600

New Gymnasium
1

sum

62,970.00

63,000

sum

4,560.00

4,600

Existing Wing
Controls Allowance

Unit

Rate

Amount

New Pool Area

New Multi-Function Area

Controls Allowance

Quantity

C21 Service & Distribution

New Pool Area

Controls Allowance

Description

June 17, 2014

C2 ELECTRICAL

C14 Controls

Controls Allowance

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

Normal Power L.V. Switchboard


Pro-rated cost

sum

6,900.00

6,900

Emergency Power
Pro-rated cost

sum

6,200.00

6,200

1
25
1

no
m
sum

10,880.00
119.00
34,800.00

10,900
3,000
34,800

Emergency Power Distribution


Pro-rated cost

sum

6,900.00

6,900

Motor Controls & Wiring


Allowance for motor controls & wiring
Wire and connect pool equipment

1
1

sum
sum

15,900.00
7,500.00

15,900
7,500

Miscellaneous
Allowance for grounding system
Pool grounding

1
1

sum
sum

800.00
3,000.00

800
3,000

Normal Power Distribution


225A 600V 3P 4W distribution panel (pool equipment)
3#3/0 + 1#2 in 53mm emt
Pro-rated cost

New Multi-Function Area

Total Controls

no

50,417.00

50,400

1
1
1
1
-1

sum
no
sum
sum
sum

1,400.00
500.00
1,500.00
15,000.00
44,700.00

1,400
500
1,500
15,000
-44,700

Emergency Power
45KVA 600:120/208V distribution transformer
40KVA 120/208V 3P 4W central battery inverter
225A 120/208V 3P 4W splitter
Hangers to equipment
3#8 + 1#10 in 21mm emt
4#1 + 1#4 in 41mm emt
Less pro-rated cost for other areas

1
1
1
3
2
4
-1

no
no
no
no
m
m
sum

3,141.00
57,499.00
695.00
133.00
35.00
95.00
40,400.00

3,100
57,500
700
400
100
400
-40,400

$496,300

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102 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Normal Power L.V. Switchboard


1200A 600/347V 3P 4W main distribution board c/w
main and feeder breakers, TVSS, utility metering etc.
Allowance for meter cabinet and empty conduit
Concrete base
Hoisting and placing
Allowance for permits, inspections and job set-up
Less pro-rated cost for other areas

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

C21 Service & Distribution

C21 Service & Distribution

New Gymnasium (Continued)

New Multi-Function Area (Continued)


Normal Power Distribution
75KVA 600:120/208V distribution transformer
150KVA 600:120/208V distribution transformer
112.5KVA 600:120/208V distribution transformer
200A unfused disconnect switches
400A 120/208V 3P 4W splitter
400A 600V 3P 4W distribution panel
225A 120/208V 3P 4W lighting/receptacle panel
400A 120/208V 3P 4W distribution panel
600A 120/208V 3P 4W power panel
Hangers to equipment
3#4 + 1#8 in 27mm emt
3#1 + 1#4 in 35mm emt
3#2/0 + 1#3 in 41mm emt
4#3/0 + 1#2 in 53mm emt
3#250 + 1#1/0 in 53mm emt
4#250 + 1#1/0 in 63mm emt
4#500 + 1#2/0 in 103mm emt
Less pro-rated cost for other areas

1
1
1
2
1
1
10
1
1
19
2
157
112
656
155
4
2
-1

no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
sum

4,472.00
7,426.00
6,126.00
1,161.00
993.00
12,090.00
3,574.00
6,104.00
15,610.00
133.00
48.00
78.00
99.00
139.00
145.00
199.00
354.00
69,600.00

4,500
7,400
6,100
2,300
1,000
12,100
35,700
6,100
15,600
2,500
100
12,200
11,100
91,200
22,500
800
700
-69,600

Emergency Power Distribution


100A 120/208V 3P 4W emergency lighting panel
Hangers to equipment
4#3 + 1#6 in 35mm emt
1/c #6 mineral insulated cable
1/c #6 pyropak
Less pro-rated cost for other areas

3
3
2
2,120
8
-1

no
no
m
m
no
sum

2,492.00
133.00
74.00
28.00
160.00
44,700.00

7,500
400
100
59,400
1,300
-44,700

Miscellaneous
Allowance for Grounding system

Description

June 17, 2014

C2 ELECTRICAL

C2 ELECTRICAL

Motor Controls & Wiring


Allowance for motor controls & wiring

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

no

65,600.00

65,600

sum

4,300.00

4,300

Normal Power L.V. Switchboard


Pro-rated cost

sum

6,900.00

6,900

Emergency Power
Pro-rated cost

sum

6,200.00

6,200

Normal Power Distribution


Pro-rated cost

sum

34,800.00

34,800

Emergency Power Distribution


Pro-rated cost

sum

6,900.00

6,900

Motor Controls & Wiring


Allowance for motor controls & wiring

sum

14,600.00

14,600

Miscellaneous
Allowance for grounding system

sum

1,200.00

1,200

Normal Power L.V. Switchboard


Pro-rated cost

sum

31,000.00

31,000

Emergency Power
Pro-rated cost

sum

28,000.00

28,000

100
1

m
sum

387.00
15,000.00

38,700
15,000

sum

12,000.00

12,000

Emergency Power Distribution


Pro-rated cost

sum

30,900.00

30,900

Motor Controls & Wiring


Existing to remain

sum

Miscellaneous
Allowance for grounding system - existing to remain

sum

Existing Wing

Normal Power Distribution


Re-feed existing switchboard
Allowance for removal and re-location of existing
lighting/receptacle panels in renovated area
Allowance for new feeders to existing
lighting/receptacle panels

New Gymnasium

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Total Service & Distribution

$624,200

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Unit

Rate

Amount

New Gymnasium

New Pool Area


Lighting
Pool deck
Pool gallery
Services/storage
Exterior building mounted light fixture c/w wiring
Allowance for lighting control

979
44
92
3
1

m2
m2
m2
no
sum

129.00
97.00
75.00
650.00
5,000.00

126,300
4,200
6,900
2,000
5,000

Branch Devices
Pool deck
Pool gallery
Services/storage
Allowance for miscellaneous power connections

979
44
92
1

m2
m2
m2
sum

22.00
32.00
16.00
5,000.00

21,500
1,400
1,500
5,000

sum

Lighting
Gym
Walk track
Exterior building mounted light fixture c/w wiring
Allowance for lighting control

1,035
426
3
1

m2
m2
no
sum

86.00
65.00
650.00
7,500.00

89,000
27,700
2,000
7,500

Branch Devices
Gym
Walk track

1,035
426

m2
m2

22.00
16.00

22,800
6,800

sum

200
1,229
118
1,757
7
140
1

m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
sum

75.00
97.00
75.00

15,000
119,200
8,900

86.00
75.00
10,000.00

600
10,500
10,000

200
1,229
118
1,757
7
140

m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2

16.00
22.00
16.00

3,200
27,000
1,900

22.00
22.00

200
3,100

sum

Heating
- By Mechanical
Existing Wing

New Multi-Function Area


Lighting
Library/staff/miscellaneous area
Boardroom
Computer/media area
Entry vestibule
Galleria
Reception
Services/storage area
Stairwell
Washrooms
Exterior building mounted light fixture c/w wiring
Allowance for low voltage lighting control system

4,535
18
509
36
441
72
386
70
97
10
1

m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
no
sum

97.00
108.00
108.00
86.00
97.00
129.00
75.00
75.00
97.00
650.00
35,000.00

439,900
2,000
55,000
3,100
42,800
9,300
29,000
5,300
9,400
6,500
35,000

Branch Devices
Library/staff areas
Boardroom
Computer/media area
Entry vestibule
Galleria
Reception
Services/storage area
Stairwell
Washrooms

4,535
18
509
36
441
72
386
70
97

m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2
m2

24.00
27.00
27.00
22.00
24.00
22.00
16.00
16.00
22.00

108,800
500
13,700
800
10,600
1,600
6,200
1,100
2,100

sum

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104 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Quantity

C22 Lighting, Devices & Heating

C22 Lighting, Devices & Heating

Heating
- By Mechanical

Description

June 17, 2014

C2 ELECTRICAL

C2 ELECTRICAL

Heating
- By Mechanical

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

Lighting
Aquatics staff/changing rooms
Multipurpose room/reading area
Storage
Unchanged areas
Vestibule
Washrooms
Allowance for modifications to existing lighting control
system
Branch Devices
Aquatics staff/changing rooms
Multipurpose room/reading area
Storage
Unchanged areas
Vestibule
Washrooms
Heating
- By Mechanical

Total Lighting, Devices & Heating

$1,311,900

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Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

sum

22,900.00

22,900

sum

27,100.00

27,100

45,700.00

45,700

C23 Systems & Ancillaries

C23 Systems & Ancillaries

Existing Wing

New Pool Area


1

sum

15,900.00

15,900

Fire Alarm System


Allowance for new fully addressable, single stage fire
alarm system

Security System
Empty conduit to access control and cctv systems

sum

18,800.00

18,800

Security System
Empty conduit to access control and cctv systems

Communications
Allowance for empty conduit to cabletray

sum

11,800.00

11,800

Communications
Allowance for empty conduit to cabletray

sum

Lightning Protection
Existing lightning protection system to remain

sum

Lightning Protection
Allowance for lightning protection system

Amount

C2 ELECTRICAL

C2 ELECTRICAL

Fire Alarm System


Allowance for new fully addressable, single stage fire
alarm system

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

sum

23,000.00

23,000

sum

88,500.00

88,500

New Multi-Function Area


Fire Alarm System
Allowance for new fully addressable, single stage fire
alarm system
Security System
Empty conduit to access control and cctv systems

1 sum

104,900.00

104,900

Communications
Allowance for empty conduit to cabletray

1 sum

209,900.00

209,900

Lightning Protection
Allowance for lightning protection system

sum

115,000.00

115,000

sum

24,700.00

24,700

Security System
Empty conduit to access control and cctv systems

sum

29,200.00

29,200

Communications
Allowance for empty conduit to cabletray

sum

18,300.00

18,300

Lightning Protection
Allowance for lightning protection system

sum

33,000.00

33,000

New Gymnasium
Fire Alarm System
Allowance for new fully addressable, single stage fire
alarm system

___________________________________________________________________________________________
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Total Systems & Ancillaries

$788,700

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

D1 SITE WORK

Description

sum

100,000.00

100,000

Allowance for new asphalt pavement


incl. asphalt paving to road way, parking area;
pavement marking, etc.

Allowance for new curbs


incl. extruded concrete curbs, etc.
Allowance for new asphalt pavement to existing parking
area
incl. placing asphalt pavement to areas where
existing median and appurtances are removed

$100,000

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106 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

D11.2 Hard Surfaces

Allowance for misc. hard surfaces


incl. concrete sidewalk, precast paver (where
required), concrete stair on grade, etc.

Total Site Preparation

June 17, 2014

D1 SITE WORK

D11.1 Site Preparation


Allowance for site preparation
incl. strip top soil, cut & fill (where required), grading,
etc.

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

Total Hard Surfaces

9,043

1,116
1

sum

lm
sum

55.00

497,300

30,000.00

30,000

45.00

50,200

50,000.00

50,000

$627,500

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Total Site Improvements

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

D11.4 Landscaping

D11.3 Site Improvements

Allowance for misc. site improvement


incl fencing, exterior signage, bicycle racks, benches,
trash receptacles, flag pole, etc.

Description

June 17, 2014

D1 SITE WORK

D1 SITE WORK

Allowance for chainlink fence


incl. 6' chainlink fence and opening/doors, etc.

7.0 Cost Report

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

850
1

lm
sum

110.00

93,500

100,000.00

100,000

$193,500

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Allowance for site landscaping


incl trees, shrub, sodding, seeding, etc.

Total Landscaping

20,818

10.00

208,200

$208,200

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Storm System Allowance:


City Connection (None Carried)
Stormceptor
Adjust existing manhole to suit proposed curb
Box Manhole (1800x2400)
Manholes (when required)
Catch Basins (when required)
Piping
Corrugated Steel Pipe
HDPE
Subdrainage (Swale)

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

50,000.00
1,500.00
6,500.00
11,000.00
12,000.00
8,500.00
4,620.00
3,780.00
21,250.00

50,000
1,500
6,500
11,000
12,000
8,500
4,600
3,800
21,300

Rain Water Recovery System Allowance:


Cistern including excavation & backfill
Excavation & Backfill
Recovered Rain Water Pump
Recovered Rain Water Filtration System
Backflow Preventer & Valves
Piping from cistern to building

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

100,000.00
5,000.00
7,500.00
7,500.00
5,000.00
110.00

100,000
5,000
7,500
7,500
5,000
100

Irrigation Supply System Allowance: From Cistern


Irrigation Pump
Pump & Valve Chamber
Backflow Preventer
Irrigation Supply Piping

1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum

4,500.00
3,500.00
2,500.00
9,000.00

4,500
3,500
2,500
9,000

Sanitary System Allowance:


City Connection Fee
Septic Tank (When Required, 25000gallons precast)

1
1

sum
sum

15,000.00
50,000.00

15,000
50,000

1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum

11,000.00
17,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00

11,000
17,000
10,000
5,000

1
1
1

sum
sum
sum

15,000.00
2,500.00
2,500.00

15,000
2,500
2,500

2
1

sum
sum

6,500.00
15,500.00

13,000
15,500

New Water Main


Backflow Preventer
New Meter Station (when required)
Water Valve & Box
Thrust Block
Excavation & Backfilling including saw cutting,
disposal of slab & making good for street crossing
(when required)
Connection work to existing
Gas Supply Piping Allowance:
Gas Supply Piping

Total Mechanical Site Services


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108 Diamond Schmitt Architects

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

1
1
1
1
1
1

sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum

18,500.00
4,500.00
4,500.00
7,000.00
4,000.00
5,000.00

18,500
4,500
4,500
7,000
4,000
5,000

sum

5,000.00

5,000

sum

6,500.00

6,500

D12 Mechanical Site Services

D12 Mechanical Site Services

Fire Water Main Allowance:


City Connection Fee
Relocate Hydrant & Valve
Adjust existing hydrant & valve to suit proposed curb
radius
New Fire Hydrant
Hydrant Piping

Description

June 17, 2014

D1 SITE WORK

D1 SITE WORK

Manhole
Piping
Excavation & Backfilling
Connection worked

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library Expansion


Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

$475,300

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

Site Lighting & Power


Allowance for pole mounted light fixture
Concrete base
Fixture lamps & wiring
Lighting controls

Total Electrical Site Services

Quantity

Unit

Rate

Amount

D21.1 Demolition

D13 Electrical Site Services

Incoming Communications
- No work required

Description

June 17, 2014

D2 ANCILLARY WORK

D1 SITE WORK

Incoming Power
Primary feeder - provided by Hydro One Networks
1000KVA pad mount transformer - provided by Hydro
One Networks Inc.
Allowance for Hydro charges
Primary and secondary duct bank - re-use existing
Secondary feeder to main building

7.0 Cost Report

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5

1 no
1 no
1 sum
1 sum
220 m
1
18
18
18
1

50,000.00

50,000

305.00

67,100

sum
no
no
no
sum

3,485.00
500.00
550.00
3,750.00

62,700
9,000
9,900
3,800

$202,500

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Allowance for demolition of existing slab on grade in


Existing Wing
assume 1 m width; incl sawcutting, removal and
disposal of the existing reinforced concrete slab
where new masonry wall to be constructed, etc.

52

62.50

3,300

Allowance for demolition of existing masonry walls in


Existing Wing
incl. removal and disposal of existing masonry wall
(where required), etc.

326

25.00

8,100

Allowance for demolition of existing partitions in


Existing Wing
incl. removal and disposal of existing interior partition
(where required), etc.

232

10.00

2,300

Allowance for demolition of existing interior doors in


Existing Wing
incl. removal and disposal of existing interior doors,
etc.

lvs

50.00

500

Allowance for misc. demolition to Existing Wing


incl. removal and disposal of miscellaneous existing
finishes, metals, millwork, specialties (where
required)

sum

2,500.00

2,500

Allowance for misc demolition to Sitework


incl. removal and disposal of existing entrances,
median, misc. items.

sum

10,000.00

10,000

Total Demolition

$26,700

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Class C Estimate # 1 Rev.5
Description

June 17, 2014

Quantity

Unit

Rate

sum

25,000.00

Amount

D2 ANCILLARY WORK
D22 Alteration
Allowance for alteration of existing exterior wall to New
Pool Area
incl. removal and disposal of existing exterior wall,
alteration to accommodate new requirements, etc.

Total Alteration

25,000

$25,000

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