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SECTION 09260

GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES


REFER TO INTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE IN APPENDIX B
PART 1 GENERAL
2.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Shaft wall system.

B.

Acoustic insulation.

C.

Cementitious backing board.

D.

Gypsum wallboard.

E.

Joint treatment and accessories.

F.

Water-resistive barrier over exterior wall sheathing.

2.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 05400 - Cold Formed Metal Framing: Exterior wind-load-bearing metal stud framing.

2.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

ANSI A108.11 - American National Standard for Interior Installation of Cementitious Backer
Units; 1999 (R2005).

B.

ANSI A118.9 - American National Standard Specifications for Test Methods and Specifications
for Cementitious Backer Units; 1999 (R2005).

C.

ASTM C 475/C 475M - Standard Specification for Joint Compound and Joint Tape for Finishing
Gypsum Board; 2002 (Reapproved 2007).

D.

ASTM C 645 - Standard Specification for Nonstructural Steel Framing Members; 2007.

E.

ASTM C 665 - Standard Specification for Mineral-Fiber Blanket Thermal Insulation for Light
Frame Construction and Manufactured Housing; 2006.

F.

ASTM C 754 - Standard Specification for Installation of Steel Framing Members to Receive
Screw-Attached Gypsum Panel Products; 2007.

G.

ASTM C 840 - Standard Specification for Application and Finishing of Gypsum Board; 2007.

H.

ASTM C 1325 - Standard Specification for Non-Asbestos Fiber-Mat Reinforced Cement


Substrate Sheets; 2004.

I.

ASTM C 1396/C 1396M - Standard Specification for Gypsum Board; 2006a.

J.

GA-216 - Application and Finishing of Gypsum Board; Gypsum Association; 2007.

K.

GA-600 - Fire Resistance Design Manual; Gypsum Association; 2006.

L.

ICC (IBC) - International Building Code; 2006.

M. UL (FRD) - Fire Resistance Directory; Underwriters Laboratories Inc.; current edition.

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2.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data on gypsum board, accessories, and joint finishing system.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
3.01 GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES
A.

Provide completed assemblies complying with ASTM C 840 and GA-216.

3.02 METAL FRAMING MATERIALS


A.

Shaft Wall Studs and Accessories: ASTM C 645; galvanized sheet steel, of size and properties
necessary to comply with ASTM C 754 and specified performance requirements.

3.03 BOARD MATERIALS


A.

Manufacturers - Gypsum-Based Board:


1. USG Corporation: www.usg.com.
2. Domtar Gypsum Co..
3. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

B.

Wallboard: Paper-faced gypsum wallboard as defined in ASTM C 1396/C 1396M; sizes to


minimize joints in place; ends square cut.
1. Application: Use for vertical surfaces and ceilings, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Thickness:
a. Vertical Surfaces: 1/2 inch.

C.

Foil Backed Wallboard: Paper-faced; gypsum wallboard as defined in ASTM C 1396/C 1396M;
back surface laminated with aluminum foil vapor retarder; sizes to minimize joints in place; ends
square cut.
1. Application: Trash chute, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Edges: Tapered.

D.

Backing Board For Wet Areas: One of the following products:


1. Application: Surfaces behind tile in wet areas including tub and shower surrounds, shower
ceilings, and ______.
2. ANSI Cement-Based Board: Non-gypsum-based; aggregated portland cement panels with
glass fiber mesh embedded in front and back surfaces complying with ANSI A118.9 or
ASTM C 1325.
a. Thickness: 5/8 inch.

E.

Gypsum Wallboard: ASTM C 1396/C 1396M. Sizes to minimize joints in place; ends square cut.
1. Fire Resistant Type: Complying with Type X requirements; UL or WH rated.
a. At Assemblies Indicated with Fire-Rating: Use type required by indicated tested
assembly; if no tested assembly is indicated, use Type X.
b. Thickness: 5/8 inch, as indicated.
c. Edges: Tapered.

F.

Water-Resistant Gypsum Backing Board: ASTM C 1396/C 1396M; ends square cut.
1. Application: Use in all wet areas.
2. Core Type: Regular and Type X, as indicated.
3. Thickness: 5/8 inch, as indicated.

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4.

Edges: square.

G.

Shaftwall and Coreboard: Type X; 1 inch thick by 24 inches wide, beveled long edges, ends
square cut.
1. Paper Faced Type: Gypsum shaftliner board or gypsum coreboard as defined ASTM C
1396/C 1396M; water-resistant faces.

H.

Gypsum Shaftwall or Coreboard: ASTM C 1396/C 1396M; Type X core; sizes to minimize joints
in place; 1 inch thick; square edges, ends square cut.

3.04 ACCESSORIES
A.

Acoustic Insulation: ASTM C 665; preformed glass fiber, friction fit type, unfaced. Thickness:
__ inch.

B.

Acoustic Sealant: Non-hardening, non-skinning, for use in conjunction with gypsum board.

C.

Water-Resistive Barrier: No. 15 asphalt felt.

D.

Joint Materials: ASTM C 475 and as recommended by gypsum board manufacturer for project
conditions.
1. Tape: 2 inch wide, creased paper tape for joints and corners, except as otherwise indicated.
2. Ready-mixed vinyl-based joint compound.

PART 3 EXECUTION
4.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that project conditions are appropriate for work of this section to commence.

4.02 SHAFT WALL INSTALLATION


A.

Shaft Wall Framing: Install in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions.

B.

Shaft Wall Liner: Cut panels to accurate dimension and install sequentially between special
friction studs.
1. Seal perimeter of shaft wall and penetrations with acoustical sealant.

4.03 ACOUSTIC ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION


A.

Acoustic Insulation: Place tightly within spaces, around cut openings, behind and around
electrical and mechanical items within partitions, and tight to items passing through partitions.

B.

Acoustic Sealant: Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.


1. Place continuous bead at perimeter of each layer of gypsum board.
2. In non-fire-rated construction, seal around all penetrations by conduit, pipe, ducts, and
rough-in boxes.

4.04 BOARD INSTALLATION


A.

Comply with ASTM C 840, GA-216, and manufacturer's instructions. Install to minimize butt end
joints, especially in highly visible locations.

B.

Fire-Rated Construction: Install gypsum board in strict compliance with requirements of


assembly listing.

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C.

Cementitious Backing Board: Install over steel framing members and plywood substrate where
indicated, in accordance with ANSI A108.11 and manufacturer's instructions.

4.05 INSTALLATION OF TRIM AND ACCESSORIES


A.

Control Joints: Place control joints consistent with lines of building spaces and as indicated.

B.

Corner Beads: Install at external corners, using longest practical lengths.

4.06 JOINT TREATMENT


A.

Paper Faced Gypsum Board: Use paper joint tape, bedded with ready-mixed vinyl-based joint
compound and finished with ready-mixed vinyl-based joint compound.

B.

Finish gypsum board in accordance with levels defined in ASTM C 840, as follows:
1. Level 4: Walls and ceilings to receive paint finish or wall coverings, unless otherwise
indicated.
2. Level 1: Fire rated wall areas above finished ceilings, whether or not accessible in the
completed construction.

C.

Finish all gypsum board in accordance with ASTM C 840 Level 4.

D.

Tape, fill, and sand exposed joints, edges, and corners to produce smooth surface ready to
receive finishes.
1. Feather coats of joint compound so that camber is maximum 1/32 inch.

4.07 TOLERANCES
A.

Maximum Variation of Finished Gypsum Board Surface from True Flatness: 1/8 inch in 10 feet
in any direction.
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SECTION 09300
TILE
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Tile for shower receptors.

1.02 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Shop Drawings: Indicate tile layout, patterns, color arrangement, perimeter conditions, junctions
with dissimilar materials, control and expansion joints, thresholds, ceramic accessories, and
setting details.

1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Maintain one copy of TCA Handbook and ANSI A108 Series/A118 Series on site.

1.04 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Protect adhesives from freezing or overheating in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

1.05 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Do not install adhesives in an unventilated environment.

B.

Maintain ambient and substrate temperature of 50 degrees F during installation of mortar


materials.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 TILE
A.

Manufacturers: All products by the same manufacturer.


1. Dal-Tile Corporation: www.daltile.com.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

B.

Ceramic Mosaic Tile: ANSI A137.1, and as follows:


1. Moisture Absorption: 0 to 0.5 percent.
2. Colors: To be selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard range.
3. Trim Units: Matching bead, cove, and surface bullnose shapes in sizes coordinated with
field tile.

2.02 ADHESIVE MATERIALS


2.03 MORTAR MATERIALS
2.04 GROUT MATERIALS
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that concrete sub-floor surfaces are ready for tile installation by testing for moisture
emission rate and alkalinity; obtain instructions if test results are not within the following limits:

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1.
2.

Moisture emission rate: Not greater than 3 lb per 1000 sq ft per 24 hours when tested
using calcium chloride moisture test kit for 72 hours.
Alkalinity: pH range of 5-9.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Protect surrounding work from damage.

B.

Vacuum clean surfaces and damp clean.

C.

Seal substrate surface cracks with filler. Level existing substrate surfaces to acceptable
flatness tolerances.

3.03 INSTALLATION - GENERAL


A.

Install tile, thresholds, and stair treads and grout in accordance with applicable requirements of
ANSI A108.1 through A108.13, manufacturer's instructions, and TCA Handbook
recommendations.

B.

Lay tile to pattern indicated. Do not interrupt tile pattern through openings.

C.

Cut and fit tile to penetrations through tile, leaving sealant joint space. Form corners and bases
neatly. Align floor joints.

D.

Place tile joints uniform in width, subject to variance in tolerance allowed in tile size. Make
joints watertight, without voids, cracks, excess mortar, or excess grout.

E.

Form internal angles square and external angles bullnosed.

F.

Sound tile after setting. Replace hollow sounding units.

G.

Keep expansion joints free of adhesive or grout. Apply sealant to joints.

H.

Allow tile to set for a minimum of 48 hours prior to grouting.

I.

Grout tile joints. Use standard grout unless otherwise indicated.

J.

Apply sealant to junction of tile and dissimilar materials and junction of dissimilar planes.

3.04 CLEANING
A.

Clean tile and grout surfaces.

3.05 PROTECTION
A.

Do not permit traffic over finished floor surface for 4 days after installation.
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SECTION 09380
CUT NATURAL STONE TILE
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Stone tile for counters.

B.

Tile trim accessories.

1.02 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

ANSI A108 Series/A118 Series/A136.1 - American National Standard Specifications for the
Installation of Ceramic Tile (Compendium); 2005.

B.

ANSI A108.1a - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile in the
Wet-Set Method, with Portland Cement Mortar; 2005.

C.

ANSI A108.1b - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile on a
Cured Portland Cement Mortar Setting Bed with Dry-Set or Latex Portland Cement Mortar; 1999
(R2005).

D.

ANSI A108.1c - Specifications for Contractors Option: Installation of Ceramic Tile in the
Wet-Set Method with Portland Cement Mortar or Installation of Ceramic Tile on a Cured Portland
Cement Mortar Bed with Dry-Set or Latex Portland Cement Mortar; 1999 (R2005).

E.

ANSI A108.4 - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile with
Organic Adhesives or Water Cleanable Tile-Setting Epoxy Adhesive; 1999 (R2005).

F.

ANSI A108.5 - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile with
Dry-Set Portland Cement Mortar or Latex-Portland Cement Mortar; 1999 (R2005).

G.

ANSI A108.6 - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile with
Chemical Resistant, Water Cleanable Tile-Setting and -Grouting Epoxy; 1999 (R2005).

H.

ANSI A108.8 - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile with
Chemical Resistant Furan Resin Mortar and Grout; 1999 (R2005).

I.

ANSI A108.9 - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Ceramic Tile with
Modified Epoxy Emulsion Mortar/Grout; 1999 (R2005).

J.

ANSI A108.10 - American National Standard Specifications for Installation of Grout in Tilework;
1999 (R2005).

K.

ANSI A118.3 - American National Standard Specifications for Chemical Resistant, Water
Cleanable Tile Setting and -Grouting Epoxy and Water Cleanable Tile-Setting Epoxy Adhesive;
1999 (R2005).

L.

ANSI A118.4 - American National Standard Specifications for Latex-Portland Cement Mortar;
1999 (R2005).

M. ASTM C 615 - Standard Specification for Granite Dimension Stone; 2003.


N.

TCNA (HB) - Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation; 2010.

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1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide manufacturers' data sheets on stone tile, mortar, grout, and accessories.
Include instructions for using grouts and adhesives.

C.

Shop Drawings: Indicate tile layout, patterns, color arrangement, perimeter conditions, junctions
with dissimilar materials, control and expansion joints, thresholds, accessories, and setting
details.

D.

Maintenance Materials: Furnish the following for Owner's use in maintenance of project.
1. Extra Tile: 1 percent percent of each size, color, and surface finish combination, but not
less than 5 tiles of each type.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Maintain one copy of The Tile Council of North America Handbook and ANSI A108 Series/A118
Series on site.

1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Protect adhesives from freezing or overheating in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

1.06 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Do not install adhesives in an unventilated environment.

B.

Maintain ambient and substrate temperature of 50 degrees F during installation of mortar


materials.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 STONE TILE
A.

Manufacturers: All products of each type by the same manufacturer.


1. Substitutions: Not permitted.

B.

Stone Tile General Requirements: Provide tiles that are dimensionally consistent, accurately
cut, and free of defects that would impair their function, including cracks, seams, and starts. Do
not exceed color variation range in excess of values published by manufacturer for each variety
specified.
1. For stone varieties with strong directional pattern, provide tile with pattern aligned
approximately parallel to tile edge.

C.

Granite Tile: Stone complying with requirements of ASTM C 615, and as follows:

2.02 TILE TRIM ACCESSORIES


A.

Manufacturer:
1. Schluter Systems LP: www.schluter.com.
2. Substitutions: Not permitted.

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B.

Tile Trim Accessories: Provide mortar or adhesive set tile trim accessories as indicated on
drawings. If not specifically indicated, provide accessories as required to prevent exposure of
unfinished tile edges at corners, transitions, and terminations. If tile trim accessories are not
detailed or otherwise specifically identified, provide units that are consistent in style and finish
with other accessories in the same space, dimensioned appropriately for each application.
1. Applications: Use tile trim accessories in the following locations:
a. Open edges of wall tile.

2.03 ADHESIVE MATERIALS


A.

Manufacturers:
1. Laticrete International, Inc: www.laticrete.com.
2. Substitutions: Not permitted.

B.

Epoxy Adhesive: ANSI A118.3; 100% solids, chemical resistant, high temperature resistant,
thinset bond type.
1. Product: Provide Latapoxy 300 Epoxy Adhesive.

2.04 MORTAR MATERIALS


A.

Manufacturers:
1. Laticrete International, Inc: www.laticrete.com.
2. Substitutions: Not permitted.

B.

Mortar Bed Materials: Latex-modified mortar mixture of Portland cement, sand, latex additive,
and water.
1. Product: Provide Laticrete 226 Thick Bed Mortar gauged with Laticrete 3701 Mortar Admix.

C.

Mortar Bond Coat Materials:


1. Latex-Portland Cement Type: ANSI A118.4.
a. Provide Laticrete 254 Platinum Multipurpose Thin-Set Mortar.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Protect surrounding work from damage.

B.

Vacuum clean surfaces and damp clean.

C.

Seal substrate surface cracks with filler. Level existing substrate surfaces to acceptable
flatness tolerances.

D.

Prepare substrate surfaces for adhesive installation in accordance with adhesive manufacturer's
instructions.

3.03 INSTALLATION - GENERAL


A.

Install stone tile and tile accessories in accordance with applicable requirements of ANSI A108.1
through A108.13, manufacturer's instructions, and The Tile Council of North America Handbook
recommendations.

B.

Lay stone tile to pattern indicated. Do not interrupt tile pattern through openings.

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C.

Cut and fit stone tile to penetrations through tile, leaving sealant joint space. Form corners and
bases neatly. Align floor joints.

D.

Place stone tile joints uniform in width, subject to variance in tolerance allowed in tile size.
Make joints watertight, without voids, cracks, excess mortar, or excess grout.

E.

Form internal angles square and external angles bullnosed.

F.

Install tile trim accessories in strict accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

G.

Sound stone tile after setting. Replace hollow sounding units.

H.

Keep expansion joints free of adhesive or grout. Apply sealant to joints.

I.

Allow stone tile to set for a minimum of 48 hours prior to grouting.

J.

Grout stone tile joints. Use standard grout unless otherwise indicated.

K.

Apply sealant to junction of stone tile and dissimilar materials and junction of dissimilar planes.

3.04 INSTALLATION - COUNTERTOPS


A.

On wood base countertops for thin-set application, install in accordance with The Tile Council of
North America Handbook Method C512, standard grout.

B.

On wood base countertops with backer board for thin-set application, install in accordance with
The Tile Council of North America Handbook Method C513, standard grout.

3.05 CLEANING
A.

Clean stone tile and grout surfaces thoroughly.

B.

Apply sealer in strict accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Remove excess material
promptly.

3.06 PROTECTION
A.

Do not permit traffic over finished floor surface for 4 days after installation.
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SECTION 09641
HARDWOOD FLOORING - ADHESIVE APPLIED
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Wood strip flooring, adhesive applied.

B.

Surface finishing.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 03300 - Cast-in-Place Concrete: Recessed concrete subfloor surface.

B.

Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry: Wood overlay subfloor surface.

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Samples: Submit two samples in standard size illustrating floor finish, color, and sheen.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Perform work of this section in accordance with MFMA (SPEC).

1.05 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Do not install wood flooring until wet construction work is complete and ambient air at installation
space has moisture content stabilized at maximum moisture content of 40 percent.

B.

Provide heat, light, and ventilation prior to installation.

C.

Store materials in area of installation for minimum period of 24 hours prior to installation.

D.

Maintain minimum room temperature of 65 degrees F and relative humidity in accordance with
adhesive manufacturer's instructions for a minimum period of 48 hours prior to delivery of
materials to installation space, during installation, and after installation.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Hardwood Flooring:
1. Armstrong World Industries, Inc; Product ____: www.armstrong.com.
2. Substitutions: Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 MATERIALS
A.

Wood Strip Flooring:

2.03 ACCESSORIES
A.

Subfloor Filler: White premix latex; type recommended by adhesive material manufacturer.

B.

Transition Strip: Same species and finish as flooring material; profiles indicated.

2.04 SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL

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PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that sub-floor surfaces are smooth and flat within the tolerances specified for that type of
work and are ready to receive wood flooring.

B.

Verify that sub-floor surfaces are dust-free and free of substances that could impair bonding of
materials to sub-floor surfaces.

C.

Verify that wood sub-floors have 12 percent maximum moisture content.

D.

Verify that concrete sub-floor surfaces are ready for wood flooring installation by testing for
moisture emission rate and alkalinity; obtain instructions if test results are not within limits
recommended by adhesive materials manufacturer.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Prepare sub-floor to receive wood flooring in accordance with manufacturer's, MFMA, and
NOFMA instructions.

B.

Remove sub-floor ridges and bumps. Fill minor or local low spots, cracks, joints, holes, and
other defects with sub-floor filler to achieve smooth, flat, hard surface.

3.03 INSTALLATION
A.

Adhesives:
1. Spread only enough adhesive to permit installation of materials before initial set.
Exceeding adhesive manufacturer's recommended spread rate of adhesive for substrate is
prohibited.
2. Remove excess adhesive extruded through floor surface as work progresses.

B.

Wood Flooring:
1. Install wood flooring in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions.
2. Set wood flooring in place, press with heavy roller to attain full adhesion.
3. Lay flooring parallel to length of room areas. Verify alignment as work progresses.
4. Terminate flooring at centerline of door openings where adjacent floor finish is dissimilar;
provide divider strips and transition strips in accordance with flooring manufacturer's
recommendations and as indicated.
5. Install edge strips at unprotected or exposed edges, and where flooring terminates.
6. Within 1/2 hour of laying, roll work thoroughly in both directions with 150 lb roller.

3.04 CLEANING
A.

Remove excess adhesive from floor, base, and wall surfaces without damaging surfaces.

B.

Clean and polish floor surfaces in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

3.05 PROTECTION
A.

Prohibit traffic on floor finish for 48 hours after installation.

B.

Place protective coverings over finished floors; do not remove coverings until Substantial
Completion.
END OF SECTION

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SECTION 09650
RESILIENT FLOORING
PART 1 GENERAL- REFER TO INTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE IN DRAWINGS
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Resilient tile flooring.

B.

Resilient base.

C.

Installation accessories.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 03300 - Cast-in-Place Concrete: Restrictions on curing compounds for concrete slabs
and floors.

B.

Refer to Interior Finish Schedule in Appendix B1, B2 and B3 for manufacturers, style, and color.

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data on specified products, describing physical and performance
characteristics; including sizes, patterns and colors available; and installation instructions.

C.

Selection Samples: Submit manufacturer's complete set of color samples for Architect's initial
selection.

D.

Verification Samples: Submit two samples, 12x12 inch in size illustrating color and pattern for
each resilient flooring product specified.

E.

Maintenance Data: Include maintenance procedures, recommended maintenance materials, and


suggested schedule for cleaning, stripping, and re-waxing.

1.04 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Protect roll materials from damage by storing on end.

1.05 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Maintain temperature in storage area between 55 degrees F and 90 degrees F.

B.

Store materials for not less than 48 hours prior to installation in area of installation at a
temperature of 70 degrees F to achieve temperature stability. Thereafter, maintain conditions
above 55 degrees F.

1.06 EXTRA MATERIALS


A.

See Section 01600 - Product Requirements, for additional provisions.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Johnsonite Flooring Systems: www.johnsonite.com

B.

Mannington: www.mannington.com

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2.02 SHEET FLOORING


2.03 TILE FLOORING
A.

Vinyl Composition Tile: Homogeneous, with color extending throughout thickness, and:
1. Refer to interior finish schedule in drawings.
2. Minimum Requirements: Comply with ASTM F 1066, of Class corresponding to type
specified.
3. Size: 12 x 12 inch.
4. Thickness: 0.125 inch.
5. Pattern: Solid color.
6. Manufacturers:
a. Armstrong World Industries, Inc; Product ____: www.armstrong.com.
b. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

B.

Vinyl Tile: Surface-decorated, with wear layer, and:

2.04 RESILIENT BASE


A.

Resilient Base: Type TP, rubber, thermoplastic:


1. Height: 4" / 2" inch.
2. Thickness: 0.125 inch thick.
3. Finish: Matte.
4. Length: Roll.
5. Manufacturers:
a. Burke Flooring; Product ____: www.burkemercer.com.
b. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.05 ACCESSORIES
A.

Subfloor Filler:; type recommended by adhesive material manufacturer.

B.

Primers, Adhesives, and Seaming Materials: Waterproof; types recommended by flooring


manufacturer.

C.

Moldings and Edge Strips: Metal.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that sub-floor surfaces are smooth and flat within the tolerances specified for that type of
work and are ready to receive resilient flooring.

B.

Verify that wall surfaces are smooth and flat within the tolerances specified for that type of work,
are dust-free, and are ready to receive resilient base.

C.

Verify that sub-floor surfaces are dust-free and free of substances that could impair bonding of
adhesive materials to sub-floor surfaces.

D.

Verify that concrete sub-floor surfaces are dry enough and ready for resilient flooring installation
by testing for moisture emission rate and alkalinity in accordance with ASTM F 710; obtain
instructions if test results are not within limits recommended by resilient flooring manufacturer
and adhesive materials manufacturer.

E.

Verify that required floor-mounted utilities are in correct location.

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3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Prepare sub-floor surfaces as recommended by flooring and adhesive manufacturers.

B.

Remove sub-floor ridges and bumps. Fill minor low spots, cracks, joints, holes, and other
defects with sub-floor filler to achieve smooth, flat, hard surface.

C.

Prohibit traffic until filler is cured.

D.

Clean substrate.

3.03 INSTALLATION
A.

Starting installation constitutes acceptance of sub-floor conditions.

B.

Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

C.

Spread only enough adhesive to permit installation of materials before initial set.

D.

Fit joints tightly.

E.

Set flooring in place, press with heavy roller to attain full adhesion.

F.

Where type of floor finish, pattern, or color are different on opposite sides of door, terminate
flooring under centerline of door.

G.

Install edge strips at unprotected or exposed edges, where flooring terminates, and where
indicated.

H.

Scribe flooring to walls, columns, cabinets, floor outlets, and other appurtenances to produce
tight joints.

3.04 TILE FLOORING


A.

Install in accordance with "Quality Assurance" provisions and manufacturer's instructions.

B.

Mix tile from container to ensure shade variations are consistent when tile is placed, unless
manufacturer's instructions say otherwise.

C.

Spread only enough adhesive to permit installation of materials before initial set.

D.

Set flooring in place, press with heavy roller to attain full adhesion.

E.

Where floor finishes are different on opposite sides of door, terminate flooring under centerline of
door.

3.05 RESILIENT BASE


A.

Fit joints tightly and make vertical. Maintain minimum dimension of 18 inches between joints.

B.

Miter internal corners. At external corners, use premolded units. At exposed ends, use
premolded units.

C.

Install base on solid backing. Bond tightly to wall and floor surfaces.

D.

Scribe and fit to door frames and other interruptions.

3.06 CLEANING
A.

Remove excess adhesive from floor, base, and wall surfaces without damage.

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B.

Clean in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

C.

Clean, seal, and wax resilient flooring products in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

D.

Remove resulting debris. Leave areas clean.

3.07 PROTECTION
A.

Prohibit traffic on resilient flooring for 48 hours after installation.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 09680
CARPET
PART 1 GENERAL- REFER TO INTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE IN DRAWINGS
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Carpet, stretched-in, with cushion underlay.

B.

Removal of existing carpet.

C.

Accessories.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 01732 - Waste Management: Reclamation/Recycling of new carpet scrap, new cushion
scrap, removed carpet, and removed carpet cushion.

B.

Section 03300 - Cast-in-Place Concrete: Restrictions on curing compounds for concrete slabs
and floors to receive adhesive-applied carpet.

1.03 PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES


A.

See Section 01210 - Allowances, for cash allowances affecting this section.

1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Indicate special procedures.

C.

Maintenance Data: Include maintenance procedures, recommended maintenance materials, and


suggested schedule for cleaning.

1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing specified carpet with


minimum three years documented experience.

B.

Installer Qualifications: Company specializing in installing carpet with minimum three years
experience.

1.06 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Store materials in area of installation for minimum period of 24 hours prior to installation.

B.

Maintain minimum 70 degrees F ambient temperature 24 hours prior to, during and 24 hours
after installation.

C.

Ventilate installation area during installation and for 72 hours after installation.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Carpet:
1. Patcraft: www.thenewpatcraftdesignweave.com
2. J & J Commercial: www.jjcommercial.com

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3.
4.
5.
B.

Monterrey: www.tanduscontract.com
Shaw Flooring: www.shawfloors.com
Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

Cushion:
1. Foamex International Inc: www.foamex.com.
2. Leggett & Platt, Inc: www.lpurethane.com.
3. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 CARPET
A.

Refer to owner provided interior finish schedule

2.03 ACCESSORIES
A.

Sub-Floor Filler: Type recommended by carpet manufacturer.

B.

Tackless Strip: Carpet gripper, of type recommended by carpet manufacturer to suit


application, with attachment devices.

C.

Adhesives - General: Compatible with materials being adhered; maximum VOC content of 50
g/L; CRI Green Label certified; in lieu of labeled product, independent test report showing
compliance is acceptable.

D.

Seam Adhesive: Recommended by manufacturer.

E.

Contact Adhesive: Compatible with carpet material; releasable type.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that sub-floor surfaces are smooth and flat within the tolerances specified for that type of
work and are ready to receive carpet.

B.

Verify that wall surfaces are smooth and flat within the tolerances specified for that type of work,
are dust-free, and are ready to receive carpet.

C.

Verify that sub-floor surfaces are dust-free and free of substances that could impair bonding of
adhesives to sub floor surfaces.

D.

Verify that concrete sub-floor surfaces are dry enough and ready for adhesive installation by
testing for moisture emission rate and alkalinity in accordance with ASTM F 710; obtain
instructions if test results are not within limits recommended by carpet manufacturer and
adhesive materials manufacturer.

E.

Verify that required floor-mounted utilities are in correct location.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Remove existing carpet and carpet cushion.

B.

Remove sub-floor ridges and bumps. Fill minor or local low spots, cracks, joints, holes, and
other defects with sub-floor filler.

C.

Apply, trowel, and float filler to achieve smooth, flat, hard surface. Prohibit traffic until filler is
cured.

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D.

Clean substrate.

3.03 INSTALLATION - GENERAL


A.

Starting installation constitutes acceptance of sub-floor conditions.

B.

Install carpet and cushion in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and CRI 104.

C.

Verify carpet match before cutting to ensure minimal variation between dye lots.

D.

Lay out carpet and locate seams in accordance with shop drawings:
1. Locate seams in area of least traffic, out of areas of pivoting traffic, and parallel to main
traffic.
2. Do not locate seams perpendicular through door openings.
3. Align run of pile in same direction as anticipated traffic and in same direction on adjacent
pieces.
4. Locate change of color or pattern between rooms under door centerline.
5. Provide monolithic color, pattern, and texture match within any one area.

E.

Install carpet tight and flat on subfloor, well fastened at edges, with a uniform appearance.

3.04 STRETCHED-IN CARPET


A.

Install tackless strips with pins facing the wall around entire perimeter, except across door
openings. Use edge strip where carpet terminates at other floor coverings.

B.

Space tackless strips slightly less than carpet thickness away from vertical surfaces, but not
more than 3/8 inch.

C.

Install cushion in maximum size pieces using spot adhesive to adhere to sub-floor.

D.

Lay out cushion so that seams will be perpendicular to, or offset from, minimum 6 inches from
carpet seams.

E.

Butt cushion edges together and tape seams.

F.

Trim cushion tight to edge of tackless strip and around projections and contours.

G.

Double cut carpet seams, with accurate pattern match. Make cuts straight, true, and unfrayed.
Apply seam adhesive to all cut edges immediately.

H.

Join seams by hand sewing. Form seams straight, not overlapped or peaked, and free of gaps.

I.

Following seaming, hook carpet onto tackless strip at one edge, power stretch, and hook firmly
at other edges. Follow manufacturer's recommendations for method and amount of stretch.

J.

Trim carpet neatly at walls and around interruptions. Tuck edges into space between tackless
strip and wall.

3.05 INSTALLATION ON STAIRS


A.

Use one piece of carpet for each tread and the riser below. Apply seam adhesive to all cut
edges.

B.

Install carpet with pile direction in the length of the stair.

C.

Adhere (direct-glue, no pad) carpet tight to stair treads and risers.

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3.06 CLEANING
A.

Remove excess adhesive from floor and wall surfaces without damage.

B.

Clean and vacuum carpet surfaces.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 09900
PAINTS AND COATINGS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Surface preparation.

B.

Field application of paints, stains, varnishes, and other coatings.

C.

Scope: Finish all interior and exterior surfaces exposed to view, unless fully factory-finished and
unless otherwise indicated, including the following:

D.

Do Not Paint or Finish the Following Items:


1. Items fully factory-finished unless specifically so indicated; materials and products having
factory-applied primers are not considered factory finished.
2. Items indicated to receive other finishes.
3. Items indicated to remain unfinished.
4. Fire rating labels, equipment serial number and capacity labels, and operating parts of
equipment.
5. Floors, unless specifically so indicated.
6. Glass.
7. Concealed pipes, ducts, and conduits.

1.02 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

40 CFR 59, Subpart D - National Volatile Organic Compound Emission Standards for
Architectural Coatings; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; current edition.

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data on all finishing products, including VOC content.

C.

Samples: Submit two paper chip samples, 8x10 inch in size illustrating range of colors and
textures available for each surface finishing product scheduled.

D.

Samples: Submit two painted samples, illustrating selected colors and textures for each color
and system selected with specified coats cascaded. Submit on aluminum sheet, 8x10 inch in
size.

E.

Manufacturer's Instructions: Indicate special surface preparation procedures.

F.

Maintenance Data: Submit data on cleaning, touch-up, and repair of painted and coated
surfaces.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing the products specified, with


minimum three years documented experience.

1.05 MOCK-UP
A.

See Section 01400 - Quality Requirements, for general requirements for mock-up.

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B.

Provide door and frame assembly illustrating paint coating color, texture, and finish.

C.

Locate where directed.

D.

Mock-up may remain as part of the work.

1.06 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Deliver products to site in sealed and labeled containers; inspect to verify acceptability.

B.

Container Label: Include manufacturer's name, type of paint, brand name, lot number, brand
code, coverage, surface preparation, drying time, cleanup requirements, color designation, and
instructions for mixing and reducing.

C.

Paint Materials: Store at minimum ambient temperature of 45 degrees F and a maximum of 90


degrees F, in ventilated area, and as required by manufacturer's instructions.

1.07 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Do not apply materials when surface and ambient temperatures are outside the temperature
ranges required by the paint product manufacturer.

B.

Follow manufacturer's recommended procedures for producing best results, including testing of
substrates, moisture in substrates, and humidity and temperature limitations.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Provide all paint and coating products used in any individual system from the same
manufacturer; no exceptions.

B.

Paints:
1. Benjamin Moore & Co: www.benjaminmoore.com.

C.

Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 PAINTS AND COATINGS - GENERAL


A.

Paints and Coatings: Ready mixed, unless intended to be a field-catalyzed coating.


1. Provide paints and coatings of a soft paste consistency, capable of being readily and
uniformly dispersed to a homogeneous coating, with good flow and brushing properties, and
capable of drying or curing free of streaks or sags.
2. Supply each coating material in quantity required to complete entire project's work from a
single production run.
3. Do not reduce, thin, or dilute coatings or add materials to coatings unless such procedure
is specifically described in manufacturer's product instructions.

B.

Primers: Where the manufacturer offers options on primers for a particular substrate, use primer
categorized as "best" by the manufacturer.

C.

Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Content:


1. Provide coatings that comply with the most stringent requirements specified in the following:
a. 40 CFR 59, Subpart D--National Volatile Organic Compound Emission Standards for
Architectural Coatings.

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2.

D.

Determination of VOC Content: Testing and calculation in accordance with 40 CFR 59,
Subpart D (EPA Method 24), exclusive of colorants added to a tint base and water added at
project site; or other method acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction.

Chemical Content: The following compounds are prohibited:


1. Aromatic Compounds: In excess of 1.0 percent by weight of total aromatic compounds
(hydrocarbon compounds containing one or more benzene rings).
2. Acrolein, acrylonitrile, antimony, benzene, butyl benzyl phthalate, cadmium, di
(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, di-n-butyl phthalate, di-n-octyl phthalate, 1,2-dichlorobenzene,
diethyl phthalate, dimethyl phthalate, ethylbenzene, formaldehyde, hexavalent chromium,
isophorone, lead, mercury, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isobutyl ketone, methylene
chloride, naphthalene, toluene (methylbenzene), 1,1,1-trichloroethane, vinyl chloride.

2.03 PAINT SYSTEMS - EXTERIOR


A.

Paint CE-OP-3L - Masonry/Concrete, Opaque, Latex, 3 Coat:


1. One coat of block filler.
2. Flat: Two coats of latex enamel; ____.

B.

Paint GE-OP-3L - Gypsum Board and Plaster, Opaque, Latex, 3 Coat:


1. One coat of latex primer sealer.
2. Flat: Two coats of latex; ____.

C.

Paint ME-OP-3A - Ferrous Metals, Unprimed, Alkyd, 3 Coat:


1. One coat of alkyd primer.
2. Semi-gloss: Two coats of alkyd enamel; ____.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 PREPARATION
A.

Clean surfaces thoroughly and correct defects prior to coating application.

B.

Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best
result for the substrate under the project conditions.

C.

Remove or mask surface appurtenances, including electrical plates, hardware, light fixture trim,
escutcheons, and fittings, prior to preparing surfaces or finishing.

D.

Surfaces: Correct defects and clean surfaces which affect work of this section. Remove or
repair existing coatings that exhibit surface defects.

E.

Seal surfaces that might cause bleed through or staining of topcoat.

F.

Remove mildew from impervious surfaces by scrubbing with solution of tetra-sodium phosphate
and bleach. Rinse with clean water and allow surface to dry.

3.02 APPLICATION
A.

Apply products in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B.

Do not apply finishes to surfaces that are not dry. Allow applied coats to dry before next coat is
applied.

C.

Apply each coat to uniform appearance.

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D.

Vacuum clean surfaces of loose particles. Use tack cloth to remove dust and particles just prior
to applying next coat.

E.

Reinstall electrical cover plates, hardware, light fixture trim, escutcheons, and fittings removed
prior to finishing.

3.03 SCHEDULE - SURFACES TO BE FINISHED


A.

Do Not Paint or Finish the Following Items:


1. Items fully factory-finished unless specifically noted.
2. Fire rating labels, equipment serial number and capacity labels.

B.

Paint the surfaces described below under Schedule - Paint Systems.

C.

Mechanical and Electrical: Use paint systems defined for the substrates to be finished.
1. Paint all insulated and exposed pipes occurring in finished areas to match background
surfaces, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Paint shop-primed items occurring in finished areas.
3. Paint interior surfaces of air ducts and convector and baseboard heating cabinets that are
visible through grilles and louvers with one coat of flat black paint to visible surfaces.
4. Paint dampers exposed behind louvers, grilles, and convector and baseboard cabinets to
match face panels.

3.04 SCHEDULE - PAINT SYSTEMS


A.

Wood Doors: WI-TR-VS.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 10210
WALL LOUVERS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Louvers above storefronts, frames, and accessories.

B.

Other Louvers & Vents - See Division 15 Mechanical

C.

Trickle Vents - See Section 08550 - Wood Windows

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 05400 - Cold-Formed Metal Framing

B.

Section 06160 - Sheathing

C.

Section 07260 - Weather Barrier

D.

Section 07620 - Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim.

E.

Section 07900 - Joint Sealers.

F.

Section 09900 - Paints and Coatings: Field painting.

G.

Section 15 - Mechanical

1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

AMCA 500-L - Laboratory Methods of Testing Louvers for Rating; Air Movement and Control
Association International, Inc.; 2007.

B.

The Aluminum Association Incorporated: Aluminum Standards and Data; Specifications and
Guidelines for Aluminum Structures

C.

American Society of Civil Engineers: Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures

D.

Architectural Aluminum Manufacturers Association


1. AAMA 800 Voluntary Specifications and Test Methods for Sealants
2. AAMA 605.2 Voluntary Specification for High Performance Organic Coatings on Aluminum
Extrusions and Panels.
3. AAMA TIR Metal Curtain Wall Fasteners
4. AAMA 2605-98 Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels

E.

Canadian Standards Association


1. CAN3-S157-M83 Strength Design in Aluminum
2. S136 94 Cold Formed Steel Structural Members

F.

AMCA 511 - Certified Ratings Program for Air Control Devices; Air Movement and Control
Association International, Inc.; 2007.

G.

American Society for Testing and Materials


1. ASTM B 209 - Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Sheet and Plate;
2007.

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2.
3.
4.

ASTM B 221 - Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Extruded Bars,
Rods, Wire, Profiles, and Tubes; 2006.
ASTM B 221M - Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Extruded Bars,
Rods, Wire, Profiles, and Tubes [Metric]; 2007.
ASTM E90-90

1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data describing design characteristics, maximum recommended air
velocity, design free area, materials and finishes.

C.

Shop Drawings: Indicate louver layout plan and elevations, opening and clearance dimensions,
tolerances; Sections and head, jamb and sill details; blade configuration, screens, blankout
areas required, and frames; Anchorage details and connections for all component parts; Signed
ands sealed structural calculations.

D.

Samples: Submit two samples 6 x 6 inches in size illustrating finish and color of exterior and
interior surfaces.

E.

Manufacturer's Certificate: Certify that products meet or exceed specified requirements.

F.

Maintenance Data: Include lubrication schedules, adjustment requirements.

1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing products of the type


specified in this section, with minimum three years of documented experience.

B.

Performance Requirements: Provide AMCA and BSRIA test data as required to confirm that the
louvers have the specified air and water performance characteristics

C.

Acoustical Performance: Where applicable, submit test reports to confirm that the louvers meet
the specified STC and Noise rReduction requirements

D.

Structural Requirements: Design all materials to withstand wind and snow loads as requiredd by
the applicable building code. maximum allowable defection for the louver structural memebes to
be 1/180 or 0.75 inch, whichever is less. Maximum allowable deflection for the louer blades to
be 1/120 or o.50 inch across the week axis, whichever is less.

E.

Professional engenner requuirements: drawings and structural calcuations to be signed and


sealed by a professional engineer

1.06 PROJECT CONDITIONS


A.

Coordinate work of this section with installation of mechanical ductwork and electrical services
to motorized devices.

1.07 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING


A.

Delivery: At time of delivery, all materials shall be visually inspected for damage. Any damaged
boxes, materials, etc shall be noted on the receiving ticket item and immediately reported to the
shipping company and the material manufacturer

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B.

Storage: Material may be stored flat, on end or on its side; Materials stored outside must be
covered with weather proof flame resistant sheeting or tarpaulin and raised sufficiently off the
ground to prevent it being flooded

C.

Handling: Handle in accordance with sound material handling practices and in such a way to
minimize racking, denting, scratching, etc. Mollow manufacturer's instructions for correct lifting
proceedures.

1.08 WARRANTY
A.

See Section 01780 - Closeout Submittals, for additional warranty requirements.

B.

Provide twenty year manufacturer warranty against distortion, metal degradation, and failure of
connections.
1. Finish: Include coverage against degradation of exterior finish.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Wall Louvers:
1. Construction Specialties, Inc; Product A2097 - 2" Drainable Fixed Extruded Mullion
Louver: www.c-sgroup.com.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 LOUVERS
A.

Louvers: Factory fabricated and assembled, complete with frame, mullions, and accessories;
AMCA Certified under AMCA 511.
1. Drainable Blades: Continuous rain stop at front or rear of blade aligned with vertical gutter
recessed into both jambs of frame.
2. Screens: Provide insect screens at intake louvers and bird screens at exhaust louvers.

B.

Stationary Louvers: Horizontal blade, extruded aluminum construction, with intermediate


mullions matching frame.
1. Blades: Straight.
2. Frame: 2 inches deep, channel profile; corner joints mitered and mechanically fastened,
with continuous recessed caulking channel each side.
3. Metal Thickness: Frame 0.081 inch; blades 0.081 inch.
4. Finish: Color anodized; finish welded units after fabrication.
5. Color: As selected from manufacturer's standard colors.

2.03 MATERIALS
A.

Extruded Aluminum: ASTM B 221 (ASTM B 221M),.

B.

General: Comply with NAAMM "Metal Finishes Manual" for finish designations and application
frecommendations, except as otherwise indicated. Apply finishes in factory. Protect finishes on
exposes surfaces prior to shipment
1. Color Anodizing: AAMA 611 Class I, AA-M12C22A42/44.

C.

Bird Screen: Interwoven wire mesh of steel, 0.063 inch diameter wire, 1/2 inch open weave,
diagonal design.

D.

Insect Screen: 18 x 16 size aluminum mesh.

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E.

Finishes: Comply with NAAMM "Metal Finishes Manual" for finish designations and application
frecommendations, except as otherwise indicated. Apply finishes in factory. Protect finishes on
exposes surfaces prior to shipment. Remove scratches and blemishes from exposed surfaces
that will be visible after completing finishing process.
1. Color to be selected by architect from manufacturer's standard offerings

2.04 ACCESSORIES
A.

Screens: Frame of same material as louver, with reinforced corners; removable, screw
attached; installed on inside face of louver frame.

B.

Fasteners and Anchors: Stainless steel or Aluminum.

C.

Flashings: Of same material as louver frame, formed to required shape, single length in one
piece per location.

D.

Sealant: type, as specified in Section 07900.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that prepared openings and flashings are ready to receive work and opening dimensions
are as indicated on shop drawings.

B.

Verify that field measurements are as indicated.

3.02 INSTALLATION
A.

Install louver assembly in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B.

Install louvers level and plumb.

C.

Install flashings and align louver assembly to ensure moisture shed from flashings and diversion
of moisture to exterior.

D.

Secure louver frames in openings with concealed fasteners.

E.

Install perimeter sealant and backing rod in accordance with Section 07900.

3.03 CLEANING & PROTECTION


A.

Protect installed materials to prevent damage by other trades.

B.

Clean surfaces and components using products & methods recommended by manufacturer
END OF SECTION

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SECTION 10523
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS, CABINETS AND ACCESSORIES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Fire extinguishers.

B.

Fire extinguisher cabinets.

C.

Accessories.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry: Wood blocking product and execution requirements.

B.

Section 09900 - Paints and Coatings: Field paint finish.

1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

NFPA 10 - Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers; National Fire Protection Association; 2007.

B.

UL (FPED) - Fire Protection Equipment Directory; Underwriters Laboratories Inc.; current edition.

1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Shop Drawings: Indicate cabinet physical dimensions.

C.

Product Data: Provide extinguisher operational features.

D.

Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Indicate special criteria and wall opening coordination
requirements.

1.05 FIELD CONDITIONS


A.

Do not install extinguishers when ambient temperature may cause freezing of extinguisher
ingredients.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Fire Extinguishers, Cabinets and Accessories:


1. JL Industries, Inc; Product TBD: www.jlindustries.com.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS


A.

Fire Extinguishers - General: Comply with product requirements of NFPA 10 and applicable
codes, whichever is more stringent.
1. Provide extinguishers labeled by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. for the purpose specified
and indicated.

B.

Water Type Fire Extinguishers: Stainless steel tank, with granular soda for pressurization,
including hose and nozzle.

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1.

Class 2A.

2.03 FIRE EXTINGUISHER CABINETS


A.

Metal: Formed primed steel sheet; 0.036 inch thick base metal.

B.

Cabinet Configuration: Semi-recessed type.


1. Sized to accommodate accessories.
2. Trim: Flat, 1 inch wide face.

C.

Door: 0.036 inch thick, reinforced for flatness and rigidity; latch. Hinge doors for 180 degree
opening with continuous piano hinge. Provide roller type catch.

D.

Finish of Cabinet Exterior Trim and Door: Primed for field paint finish.

E.

Finish of Cabinet Interior: White enamel.

2.04 ACCESSORIES
A.

Extinguisher Brackets: Formed steel, chrome-plated.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify existing conditions before starting work.

B.

Verify rough openings for cabinet are correctly sized and located.

3.02 INSTALLATION
A.

Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B.

Install cabinets plumb and level in wall openings, 52 inches from finished floor to ____cabinet
door_handle___.

C.

Secure rigidly in place.

D.

Place extinguishers and accessories in cabinets.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 10552
MAIL BOXES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Multiple mail boxes with hinged and locked doors.

1.02 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

39 CFR 111 - U.S. Postal Service Standard 4C; effective date September 3, 2006.

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data for components.

C.

Shop Drawings: Indicate locations, construction and anchorage details, dimensions, rough-in
openings sizes, quantity and arrangement of box sizes.

1.04 PROJECT CONDITIONS


A.

Verify that field measurements are as indicated.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Mail Boxes:
1. Bommer Industries, Inc: www.bommer.com.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 MAIL BOXES SERVED BY U.S. POSTAL SERVICE


A.

Comply with U.S. Postal Service Standard 4C.

B.

Box Sizes: As indicated on drawings.

2.03 COMPONENTS
A.

Front Loading Panel Frame:


1. Bronze with satin and methacrylate lacquer finish.

B.

Box Door:
1. Bronze with satin and methacrylate lacquer finish.

C.

Box Construction: Sheet steel, zinc coated, 22 gage thick, fabricated into modular stackable
units, baked enamel flat black finish. Pre-punch bolt holes in box for stack bolting to each other
and anchoring to adjacent construction; label plates for identifying each box.

D.

Box Sizes: Configured as follows:


1. Size B: 5 x 6 x 14 inches (H x W x D).

E.

Postal Box Locks: Five pin tumbler lock cylinder, two keys per box, cylinders master keyed to
group with two master keys.

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PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that prepared openings are ready to receive work.

3.02 INSTALLATION
A.

Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and U.S. Postal Service regulations.

B.

Install and secure boxes in position, neatly, and accurately stacked.

C.

Install doors and adjust to operate smoothly.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 10672
WIRE STORAGE SHELVING
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Wall mounted wire closet shelving.

B.

Accessories.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry: Blocking in walls for attachment of shelving.

B.

Section 09260 - Gypsum Board Assemblies: Blocking in metal stud walls for attachment of
standards.

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, with installation
instructions.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Wire Storage Shelving:


1. ClosetMaid Corporation: www.closetmaid.com.

2.02 SHELVING APPLICATIONS


A.

Shelf Depth: 12 inches, unless otherwise indicated.

B.

Bedroom Closets:
1. Wall-to-wall shelf with free sliding hanger rod.

C.

Coat Closets:
1. Wall-to-wall shelf with integral hanger rod.

D.

Storage Closets:
1. Wall-to-wall storage shelves, close-mesh cross wire spacing, stacked at 13 inch vertically,
not less than 12 inch deep.

2.03 MATERIALS
A.

Wire Shelving: Factory-assembled coated wire mesh shelf assemblies for wall-mounting, with
all components and connections required to produce a rigid structure that is free of buckling and
warping.
1. Construction: Cold-drawn steel wire with average tensile strength of 100,000 psi
resistance welded into uniform mesh units, square, rigid, flat, and free of dents or other
distortions, with wires trimmed smooth.
2. Coating: PVC or epoxy, applied after fabrication, covering all surfaces.
3. PVC Coating: 9 to 11 mils thick.

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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Epoxy Coating: Non-toxic epoxy-polyester powder coating baked-on finish, 3 to 5 mils thick.
Standard Mesh Shelves: Cross deck wires spaced at 1 inch.
Close-Mesh Shelves: Cross deck wires spaced at 1/2 inch.
Shelf and Rod Units: Integral hanging rod at front edge of shelf.
Free-Sliding Hanging Rod: Integral hanging rod that permits uninterrupted sliding of
hangers the full width of the shelf.

B.

Mounting Hardware: Provide manufacturer's standard mounting hardware; include support


braces, wall brackets, back clips, end clips, poles, and other accessories as required for
complete and secure installation; factory finished to match shelving.

C.

Fasteners: As recommended by manufacturer for mounting substrates.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Inspect areas to receive shelving, to verify that spaces are properly prepared to receive shelf
units, and are of dimensions indicated on shop drawings.

B.

Verify appropriate fastening hardware.

C.

Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.

D.

If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory


preparation before proceeding.

3.02 INSTALLATION
A.

Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, with shelf surfaces level.

B.

Cap exposed ends of cut wires.

C.

Install back clips, end clips at side walls, and support braces at open ends. Install intermediate
support braces as recommended by manufacturer.

D.

Mounting Heights:
1. Single Hanging Rod Units: Install shelf at 68 inches above floor.
2. Double Hanging Rod Units: Install shelves at 42 inches and 84 inches above floor.

3.03 CLEANING
A.

Clean soiled surfaces after installation.

3.04 PROTECTION
A.

Protect installed work from damage.

B.

Touch-up, repair, or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion in a manner that
eliminates evidence of replacement.
END OF SECTION

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SECTION 10800
TOILET, BATH, AND LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Accessories for toilet rooms, showers, and utility rooms.

B.

Grab bars.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 09260 - Gypsum Board Assemblies: Concealed supports for accessories, including in
wall framing and plates and above ceiling framing.

B.

Section 09300 - Tile: Ceramic washroom accessories.

1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines

B.

ASTM A 269 - Standard Specification for Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel
Tubing for General Service; 2007a.

C.

ASTM F 2285 - Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Grab Bars and Accessories
Installed in the Bathing Area.

1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data on accessories describing size, finish, details of function,
attachment methods.

C.

Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Indicate special procedures and conditions requiring


special attention.

1.05 COORDINATION
A.

Coordinate the work with the placement of internal wall reinforcement, concealed ceiling
supports, and reinforcement of toilet partitions to receive anchor attachments.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Toilet Accessories:
1. Taymor Industries: www.taymor.com
2. Kimberly Clark Professional: www.kcprofessional.com
3. Substitutions: Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 MATERIALS
A.

Accessories - General: Shop assembled, free of dents and scratches and packaged complete
with anchors and fittings, steel anchor plates, adapters, and anchor components for installation.

B.

Stainless Steel Tubing: ASTM A 269, Type 304 or 316.

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C.

Fasteners, Screws, and Bolts: Hot dip galvanized, tamper-proof.

2.03 TOILET ROOM ACCESSORIES


A.

Residential Units:
1. Taymor Astral Collection 2800 Series
a. Toilet Paper Dispenser:
1) Single roll, concealed surface mounted bracket type, chrome-plated zinc alloy
brackets European paper holder..
b. (2) Towel Bars: 24" Bar

B.

Public Space:
1. Kimberly Clark Professional, IN-SIGHT Series.
a. Toilet Paper Dispenser
1) Model 09604, Double Roll Coreless Dispenser
b. Paper Towel Dispenser
1) Model 09905, Universal Towel Dispenser
c. Hand Soap Dispenser
1) Model 92013, SANI-TUFF push dispenser for liquid soap.

C.

Waste Receptacle: Stainless steel, freestanding style with swing top.


1. Liner: Removable, heavy-duty vinyl liner, attached at a minimum of 4 points with stainless
steel grommets and hooks.
2. Minimum capacity: 10 gallons.

D.

Mirrors: 6 mm thick float glass mirror. J-bar mounting bracket at bottom only.`
1. Size: Full width. Full height.

E.

Grab Bars: Stainless steel, 1-1/4 inches outside diameter, minimum 0.05 inch wall thickness,
nonslip grasping surface finish, concealed flange mounting; 1-1/2 inches clearance between wall
and inside of grab bar.
1. Length and configuration: As indicated on drawings.

2.04 SHOWER AND TUB ACCESSORIES


A.

Shower Curtain Rod: Stainless steel tube, 1 inch outside diameter, 0.04 inch wall thickness,
satin-finished, with 3 inch outside diameter, minimum 0.04 inch thick satin-finished stainless
steel flanges, for concealed mounting.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify existing conditions before starting work.

B.

Verify exact location of accessories for installation.

C.

Verify that field measurements are as indicated on drawings.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Deliver inserts and rough-in frames to site for timely installation.

B.

Provide templates and rough-in measurements as required.

3.03 INSTALLATION

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A.

Install accessories in accordance with manufacturers' instructions.

B.

Install plumb and level, securely and rigidly anchored to substrate.

C.

Mounting Heights and Locations: As required by accessibility regulations and as indicated on


drawings
END OF SECTION

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SECTION 11450
RESIDENTIAL EQUIPMENT
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Residential appliances of the following types:


1. Refrigerators
2. Cooking appliances
3. Microwave ovens
4. Dishwashers
5. Waste Disposers
6. Clothes Care

1.02 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

UL (EAUED) - Electrical Appliance and Utilization Equipment Directory; Underwriters


Laboratories Inc.; current edition.

B.

ANSI A117.1 - Guidelines for Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities.

C.

Public Law 101-336 - Americans with Disabilities Act.

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on eash product to be used, including:


1. Model number and selected options for each appliance.
2. Preparation instructions and recommendations.
3. Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
4. Installation methods.
5. List of maintenance parts.
6. Manufacturer's data indicating dimensions, capacity, and operating features of each piece
of residential equipment specified.

C.

Selection samples: For each finished product specified, two complete sets of color chips
representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.

D.

Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inch
square, representing actual product, coor and patterns.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing products specified in this


section, with not less than three years of documented experience.

B.

Regulatory Requirements: Comply with referenced standards and the Americans with
Disabilities Act as applicable for fixtures for the disabled.

C.

Coordinate rough-in requirements with adjacent construction. Coordinate components and


fittings to ensure compatible parts are installed.

D.

Electric Appliances: Listed and labeled by UL and complying with NEMA standards.

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1.05 WARRANTY
A.

See Section 01780 - Closeout Submittals, for additional warranty requirements.

1.06 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.

1.07 PROJECT CONDITIONS


A.

Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits


recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under
environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Acceptable Manufacturer: GE Appliances: www.geappliances.com

B.

Acceptable Manufacturer: LSP Products group: www.lspproducts.com

C.

Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01600.

2.02 APPLIANCES
A.

Refrigerator: 18 Cu. Ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator.

B.

Cooking Appliances:
1. To be installed in Type A Units: 30" Slide In Electric Range.
a. Control panel at front of range, to comply with ADA 804.6.4
2. To be installed in Type B Units: 30" Free Standing.

C.

Microwave Oven:
1. 1.8 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave/Hood.

D.

Dishwasher:
1. Energy Star Qualified.
a. Accessory: Zurn Speed-Flex air gap, Model CD-4P
1) Connect with Waste Disposer.

E.

Waste Disposer:
1. Large Capacity Continuous Feed Disposer, acoustic surround, 5/8 Horsepower motor.

F.

Clothes Care:
1. To be installed in Type B Units: 27" Stack Washer and Dryer
2. To be installed in Type A Units: 27" Side by Side Washer and Dryer
3. To be installed in all Unit Types: LSP Plastic Washing Machine Outlet Box with Hammer
Arrestor, Model OB-211-T, white unassembled tract pack with CPVC valves.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify utility rough-ins are present and correctly located.

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B.

Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared. Coordinate rough-in with
appliance sizes and utility requirements.

C.

If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory


preparation before proceeding.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.

B.

Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best
result for the substrate under the project conditions.

3.03 INSTALLATION
A.

Assemble appliances and trim and install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and the
following:
1. Securely mount to substrate.
2. Install appliances plumb and level and in proper relationship to adjacent construction.
3. Connect appliances to building utility, supply and waste systems as applicable.
4. Test for proper operation and drainage. Adjust until proper operation is achieved.

3.04 PROTECTION
A.

Protect installed products until completion of project.

B.

Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.

3.05 APPLIANCE DATA SHEETS


A.

Refer to the manufacturer's data sheets as attached to this Section for required features and
additional requirements.

3.06 ADJUSTING
A.

Adjust operating equipment to efficient operation.

3.07 CLEANING
A.

Remove packing materials from equipment.

B.

Wash and clean equipment.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 12355
RESIDENTIAL CASEWORK
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Kitchen cabinets.

B.

Kitchen countertops.

C.

Casework hardware.

1.02 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Shop Drawings: Indicate casework locations, large scale plans, elevations, clearances required,
rough-in and anchor placement dimensions and tolerances, and ________.

C.

Samples: Submit two face panels illustrating each color of finish.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Residential Casework:
1. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 COMPONENTS
A.

Cabinet Construction: Softwood lumber framing and particle board, tempered hardboard gables.

B.

Door and Drawer Fronts: Plastic laminate over particle board.

C.

Bolts, Nuts, Washers and Screws: Of size and type to suit application.

D.

Concealed Joint Fasteners: Threaded steel.

2.03 HARDWARE
A.

Hardware: Manufacturer's standard.

2.04 FABRICATION
A.

Shop assemble casework for delivery to site in units easily handled and to permit passage
through building openings.

B.

Fabricate corners and joints without gaps or inaccessible spaces or areas where dirt or moisture
could accumulate.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 INSTALLATION
A.

Install casework, components and accessories in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B.

Set casework items plumb and square, securely anchored to building structure.

3.02 ADJUSTING

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A.

Adjust doors, drawers, hardware, fixtures, and other moving or operating parts to function
smoothly.

3.03 CLEANING
A.

Clean casework, countertops, shelves, and hardware.

3.04 PROTECTION
A.

Do not permit finished casework to be exposed to continued construction activity.


END OF SECTION

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SECTION 12486
FLOOR MATS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Carpet mat.

B.

Recessed mat frames.

1.02 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Product Data: Provide data indicating properties of walk-off surface, component dimensions and
recessed frame characteristics.

C.

Samples: Submit two samples, 12"x12" inch in size illustrating pattern, color, finish, edging and
________.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Floor Mats:
1. Mats Inc.; Product Super Scrape.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 MATS
A.

Recessed Frame: 3/8 inch thick zinc exposed top strip, zinc coated steel concealed bottom
strip, 3/8 inch deep, with anchoring features.

2.03 FABRICATION
A.

Construct recessed mat frames square, tight joints at corners, rigid. Coat surfaces with
protective coating where in contact with cementitious materials.

B.

Fabricate mats in single unit sizes; fabricate multiple mats where indicated.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that floor opening for mats are ready to receive work.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Mats: Verify size of floor recess before fabricating mats.

B.

Vacuum clean floor recess.

3.03 INSTALLATION
A.

Install frames to achieve flush plane with finished floor surface.

B.

Install walk-off surface in floor recess flush with finish floor after cleaning of finish flooring.

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SECTION 12492
HORIZONTAL LOUVER BLINDS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Horizontal slat louver blinds.

B.

Operating hardware.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry: Concealed wood blocking for attachment of headrail
brackets.

1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

WCMA A100.1 - Safety of Corded Window Covering Products; Window Covering Manufacturers
Association; 2010. (ANSI/WCMA A101.1)

1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.

B.

Samples: Submit two samples, 4 inch long illustrating slat materials and finish, color, cord type
and color.

C.

Maintenance Materials: Furnish the following for Owner's use in maintenance of project.
1. See Section 01600 - Product Requirements, for additional provisions.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Horizontal Louver Blinds:


1. Hunter Douglas; Product ____: www.hunterdouglas.com.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

2.02 BLINDS AND BLIND COMPONENTS


A.

Blinds: Horizontal slat louvers hung from full-width headrail with full-width bottom rail; manual
control of raising and lowering by cord with full range locking; blade angle adjustable by control
wand; complying with WCMA A100.1.

B.

Metal Slats: Spring tempered pre-finished aluminum; radiused slat corners, with manufacturing
burrs removed.
1. Width: 1 inch.
2. Color: As selected.

C.

Slat Support: Woven polypropylene cord, ladder configuration.

D.

Head Rail: Pre-finished, formed aluminum box, with end caps; internally fitted with hardware,
pulleys, and bearings for operation; same depth as width of slats

E.

Bottom Rail: Pre-finished, formed steel with top side shaped to match slat curvature; with end
caps. Color: Same as headrail.

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F.

Lift Cord: Braided nylon; continuous loop.

G.

Control Wand: Extruded hollow plastic; hexagonal shape.

H.

Headrail Attachment: Wall brackets.

I.

Accessory Hardware: Type recommended by blind manufacturer.

2.03 FABRICATION
A.

Determine sizes by field measurement.

B.

Fabricate blinds to fit within openings with uniform edge clearance of 1/4 inch.

C.

At openings requiring multiple blind units, provide separate blind assemblies with space of 1/2
inch between blinds, located at window mullion centers.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Verify that openings are ready to receive the work.

3.02 INSTALLATION
A.

Install blinds in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B.

Secure in place with flush countersunk fasteners.

3.03 INSTALLATION TOLERANCES


A.

Maximum Variation of Gap at Window Opening Perimeter: 1/4 inch.

B.

Maximum Offset From Level: 1/8 inch.

3.04 ADJUSTING
3.05 CLEANING
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SECTION 13080
GYPSUM CEMENT UNDERLAYMENT
PART 1
1.01

GENERAL
SUMMARY

A.
1.02

This is the recommended specification for Maxxon Underlayment over Acousti-Mat II sound
deadening pad with Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat (CSM).
SECTION INCLUDES

A.

Maxxon Underlayment gypsum cement

B.

Acousti-Mat II

C.

Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat (CSM)

D.

Maxxon Floor Primer

E.

Maxxon Overspray

1.03

QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.

Maxxon Underlayment Installer's Qualifications: Installation of Maxxon Underlayment shall be


by an applicator authorized by the Maxxon Corporation using Maxxon approved mixing and
pumping equipment.

B.

Acousti-Mat II Installer's Qualifications: Installation of Acousti-Mat II shall be by an applicator


authorized by the Maxxon Corporation.

1.04

DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING


A.

1.05

General Requirements: Materials shall be delivered in their original, unopened packages, and
protected from exposure to the elements. Damaged or deteriorated materials shall be removed
from the premises.
SITE CONDITIONS

A.

PART 2
2.01

Environmental Requirements: Before, during and after installation of Maxxon Underlayment and
Acousti-Mat II, building interior shall be enclosed and maintained at a temperature above 50
degrees F (10 degrees C).
PRODUCTS
MATERIALS

A.

Gypsum Cement: Maxxon Underlayment gypsum cement as manufactured by the Maxxon


Corporation, Hamel, MN. All others must receive prior approval.

B.

Sound Deadening Pad: Acousti-Mat II as manufactured by the Maxxon Corporation,

C.

Hamel, MN

D.

Reinforcement Mesh: Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat (CSM)

E.

Sand Aggregate: Sand shall be 1/8 inch (3 mm) or less, washed masonry or plaster sand,
meeting requirements of Maxxon Corporation Sand Specifications 101

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F.

Mix Water: Potable, free from impurities

G.

Subfloor Primer: Maxxon Floor Primer

H.

Sealer: Maxxon Overspray

2.02

MIX DESIGNS
A.

PART 3

General Requirements: Mix proportions and methods shall be in strict accordance with product
manufacturers recommendations.
EXECUTION

3.01 PREPARATION
A.

Condition and Cleaning of Subfloor: Subfloor shall be structurally sound. General Contractor
shall clean subfloor to remove mud, oil, grease, and other contaminating factors before the
arrival of the Maxxon Underlayment crew.

B.

Leak Prevention: Fill cracks and voids with a quick setting patching or caulking material where
leakage of Maxxon Underlayment could occur.

C.

Expansion Joints: Allow joints to continue through the Maxxon Underlayment at the same width.

3.02 APPLICATION OF ACOUSTI-MAT II


A.

Installation of Acousti-Mat II: Install Acousti-Mat II as recommended by the Maxxon Corporation.

B.

Installation of Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat (CSM): Install Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat
(CSM) as recommended by the Maxxon Corporation.

3.03 APPLICATION OF CEMENTITIOUS FLOORING


A.

Scheduling: Application of Maxxon Underlayment shall not begin until the building is enclosed,
including roof, windows, doors, and other fenestration. Install after drywall installation unless
tenant finish requirements identify partitioning after the pour. Schedule the Acousti-Mat II sound
control system as late as possible in the construction cycle.

B.

Priming Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat (CSM): Prime Maxxon Crack Suppression Mat (CSM)
using the Maxxon Floor Primer to bond the Maxxon Underlayment to the mat.

C.

Maxxon Underlayment Application: Place Maxxon Underlayment 3/4 inch (19 mm) thick over
loosely laid Maxxon CSM. The reinforcement mesh must be butted tight at all seams. The
minimum thickness of Maxxon Underlayment over the Acousti-Mat II and reinforcement mesh is
3/4 inch (19 mm). Spread and screed the Maxxon Underlayment to a smooth surface.

D.

Drying: General Contractor shall provide continuous ventilation and adequate heat to rapidly
remove moisture from the area until the Maxxon Underlayment is dry. General Contractor shall
provide mechanical ventilation if necessary. Under the above conditions, for 3/4 inch thick

E.

(19 mm) Maxxon Underlayment, 7-10 days is usually adequate drying time. To test for
dryness, tape a 24 inch by 24 inch (609 mm by 609 mm) section of plastic or a high density
rubber mat to the surface of the underlayment. After 48-72 hours, if no condensation occurs, the
underlayment shall be considered dry. Perform dryness test 5-7 days after pour.

3.04 PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION OF GLUE DOWN FLOOR GOODS

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A.

Sealing: Seal all areas that receive glue down floor goods with Maxxon Overspray according to
the Maxxon Corporation's specifications. Any floor areas where the surface has been damaged
shall be cleaned and sealed regardless of floor covering to be used. Where floor goods
manufacturers require special adhesive or installation systems, their requirements supersede
these recommendations.

B.

Floor Goods Procedures: See Maxxon Corporation's "Procedures for Attaching Finished Floor
Goods to Maxxon Underlayments" brochure for guidelines for installing finished floor goods.
This procedure is not a warranty and is to be used as a guideline only.

3.05 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL


A.

Slump Test: Maxxon Underlayment mix shall be tested for slump as it is being pumped using a
2 inch by 4 inch (50 mm by 101 mm) cylinder resulting in a patty size of 8 inches (203 mm) plus
or minus 1 inch (25 mm) diameter.

B.

Field Samples: At least one set of 3 molded cube samples shall be taken from each day's pour
during the Maxxon Underlayment application. Cubes shall be tested as recommended by the
Maxxon Corporation in accordance with ASTM C 472. Test results shall be available to
architect and/or contractor upon request from applicator.

3.06 PROTECTION
A.

Protection From Heavy Loads: During construction, place temporary wood planking over

B.

Maxxon Underlayment wherever it will be subject to heavy wheeled or concentrated loads.


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SECTION 14210
ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 1.01 SUMMARY
A.

Section Includes: Electric Traction Elevators.

B.

Products Supplied But Not Installed Under this Section:


1. Hoist Beam
2. Pit Ladder

C.

Work Supplied Under Other Sections:


1. Temporary lighting, including temporary lighting in hoistway for machine space with switch
located in hoistway on the strike jamb side of top landing door.
2. Hoistway ventilation shall be in accordance with local and national building code
requirements.
3. Guide Rail Support shall be structurally adequate to extend from pit floor to top of hoistway,
with spans in accordance with requirements of authority having jurisdiction and final layouts.
4. Removable barricades at all hoistway openings, in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR
1926.502 in addition to any local code requirements.
5. Lifeline attachments capable of withstanding 5000 lb load in accordance with OSHA 29
CFR 1926.502. Provide a minimum of 2 at the top, front of each hoistway.
6. Pit lighting: Fixture with switch and guards. Provide illumination level equal to or greater
than that required by ASME A17.1/CSA B44 2000, or applicable version.
7. Control space lighting with switch. Coordinate switch with lighting for machine space as
allowable by code.
8. Access Doors: As required for access to governor. Access door shall be self-closing,
self-locking if necessary and operable from the inside without a key.

D.

Related sections:
1. Section 260000 - Electrical
2. Section 263000 - Electric Power Generating and Storing Equipment
3. Section 273000 - Voice Communications
4. Section 283100 - Fire Detection and Alarm

1.02 DESCRIPTION OF ELEVATOR


A.

Elevator Equipment: KONE MonoSpace gearless traction elevator

B.

Equipment Control: KCM831

C.

Quantity of Elevators: 2

D.

Landings: 7

E.

Openings: 7 Front Openings, 0 Back Openings

F.

Travel: 72'-7''

G.

Rated Capacity: 3500 lbs (1588 kg)

H.

Rated Speed: 350 fpm

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I.

Clear Inside Dimensions (W x D): 6'-8.5" x 5'-5.25"

J.

Cab Height: 9'

K.

Clear height under suspended ceiling: 8'-6"

L.

Entrance Width & Type: 3'-6" & Left Opening

M. Entrance Height: 7'


N.

Main Power Supply: 480/208 VAC three-phase

O.

Operation: Simplex

P.

Machine Location: Inside the hoistway mounted on car guide rail

Q.

Control Space Location: Integral Closet at top landing.

R.

Elevator Equipment shall conform to the requirements of seismic zone: Seismic

S.

Maintenance Service Period: 12 Months

1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.

Product Data: Submit manufacturer's product literature for each proposed system.
1. Cab design, dimensions and layout.
2. Layout, finishes, and accessories and available options.
3. Controls, signals and operating system.
4. Color selection charts for cab and entrances.

B.

Shop Drawings:
1. Clearances and travel of car.
2. Clear inside hoistway and pit dimensions.
3. Location and layout of equipment and signals.
4. Car, guide rails, buffers and other components in hoistway.
5. Maximum rail bracket spacing.
6. Maximum loads imposed on building structure.
7. Hoist beam requirements.
8. Location and sizes of access doors.
9. Location and details of hoistway door and frames.
10. Electrical characteristics and connection requirements.

C.

Operation and maintenance data:


1. Provide manufacturer's standard maintenance and operation manual.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Manufacturer: Minimum of ten years experience in the fabrication, installation and service of
elevators of the type and performance of the specified. The manufacturer shall have a
documented quality assurance program.

B.

Installer: The equipment manufacturer shall install the elevator.

C.

Inspection and Testing: In accordance with requirements of local jurisdiction, obtain required
permits, inspections and tests.

1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

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A.

If the construction site is not prepared to receive the elevator equipment at the agreed ship
date, the General Contractor shall be responsible to provide a safe, dry, and easily accessible
storage area on or off the premises. Additional labor costs for double handling will be the
responsibility of the general contractor.

B.

Delivered elevator materials shall be stored in a protected environment in accordance with


manufacturer recommendations. A minimum storage area of 10 feet by 20 feet is required
adjacent to the hoistway.

1.06 WARRANTY
A.

Provide manufacturer warranty for a period of one year. The warranty period is to begin upon
Substantial Completion of the Contract. Warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship.
Damage due to ordinary use, vandalism, improper or insufficient maintenance, misuse, or
neglect do not constitute defective material or workmanship.

1.07 MAINTENANCE SERVICE


A.

The elevator manufacturer shall provide maintenance service consisting of regular examinations
and adjustments of the elevator equipment for a period of 12 Months after date of substantial
completion. Replacement parts shall be produced by the original equipment manufacturer.

B.

Maintenance service be performed during regular working hours of regular working days and
shall include regular time call back service.

C.

Maintenance service shall not include adjustments, repairs or replacement of parts due to
negligence, misuse, abuse or accidents.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURER
A.

Provide AC gearless machine room-less elevator systems subject to compliance with the design
and performance requirements of this specification. Elevator manufacturers may include but are
not limited to one of the following:
1. Basis of Design: MonoSpace traction elevators by KONE, Inc. (www.kone.com).

2.02 EQUIPMENT: CONTROL COMPONENTS AND CONTROL SPACE


A.

Controller: Provide microcomputer based control system to perform all of the functions.
1. All high voltage (110V or above) contact points inside the controller cabinet shall be
protected from accidental contact in a situation where the controller doors are open.
2. Controller shall be separated into two distinct halves; Motor Drive side and Control side.
High voltage motor power conductors shall be routed and physically segregated from the
rest of the controller.
3. Provide a serial card rack and main CPU board containing a non-erasable EPROM and
operating system firmware.
4. Variable field parameters and adjustments shall be contained in a non-volatile memory
module.
a. Drive: Provide Variable Voltage Variable Frequency AC drive system to develop high
starting torque with low starting current.
b. Controller Location: Locate controllers in an integral cabinet adjacent to the entrance
frame at the top landing of the elevator.

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2.03 EQUIPMENT: HOISTWAY COMPONENTS


A.

Machine: AC gearless machine, with permanent magnet synchronous motor, direct current
electro-mechanical disc brakes and integral traction drive sheave, mounted to the car guide rail
at the top of the hoistway.

B.

Governor: Friction type over-speed governor rated for the duty of the elevator specified.

C.

Buffers, Car and Counterweight: Polyurethane buffer.

D.

Hoistway Operating Devices:


1. Emergency stop switch in the pit
2. Terminal stopping switches.
3. Emergency stop switch on the machine

E.

Positioning System: System consisting of magnets and proximity switches.

F.

Guide Rails and Attachments: Steel rails with brackets and fasteners.

2.04 EQUIPMENT: HOISTWAY ENTRANCES


A.

Hoistway Entrances
1. Sills: extruded.
2. Doors: Hollow metal construction with vertical internal channel reinforcements.
3. Fire Rating: Entrance and doors shall be UL fire-rated for 1-1/2 hour.
4. Entrance Finish: Baked Enamel
5. Entrance Markings Jamb Plates: Provide standard entrance jamb tactile markings on both
jambs, at all floors. Plate Mounting: Refer to manufacturer drawings.

2.05 EQUIPMENT: CAR COMPONENTS


A.

Car Frame: Provide car frame with adequate bracing to support the platform and car enclosure.

B.

Platform: Platform shall be all steel construction.

C.

Car Guides: Provide guide-shoes mounted to top and bottom of both car and counterweight
frame. Each guide-shoe assembly shall be arranged to maintain constant contact on the rail
surfaces. Provide retainers in areas with Seismic design requirements.

D.

Steel Cab
1. Car Wall Finish: Baked enamel
2. Car Front Finish: Baked enamel
3. Car Door Finish: Baked enamel
4. Ceiling:
a. Aurora Standard Translucent Panels suspended ceiling shall consist of white
translucent polycarbonate panels set in frame of extruded natural satin finish with6
incandescent down lights with stainless steel finish.
5. Handrail:
a. Round tube brushed stainless steel of 3/8-inch thick by 2 inches wide. Rails to be
located on Back Wall - Front opening only of car enclosure.
6. Flooring: By others. (Not to exceed 2sqft & 1/2" finished depth.)
7. Threshold: Aluminum

E.

Emergency Car Signals

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1.

2.

3.
F.

Emergency Siren: Siren mounted on top of cab that is activated when the alarm button in
the car operating panel is engaged. Siren shall have rated sound pressure level of 80 dB(A)
at a distance of three feet from device. Siren shall respond with a delay of not more than
one second after activation of alarm button.
Emergency Car Lighting: Provide emergency power unit employing a 12-volt sealed
rechargeable battery and totally static circuits shall illuminate the elevator car and provide
current to the alarm bell in the event of building power failure.
Emergency Exit Contact: An electrical contact shall be provided on the car-top exit.

Ventilation: No fan.

2.06 EQUIPMENT: SIGNAL DEVICES AND FIXTURES


A.

Car Operating Panel: Provide car operating panel with all push buttons, key switches, and
message indicators for elevator operation.
1. Car operating panel shall contain a bank of round, mechanical, illuminated buttons marked
to correspond to landings served, emergency call button, door open button, door close
button, and key switches for lights, inspection, and exhaust fan. Buttons have amber
illumination (halo) and shall be [car operating panel button type]. All buttons to have raised
text and Braille marking on left hand side. The car operating display panel shall be a
7-segment amber display. All texts, when illuminated, shall be amber. The car operating
panel shall have a brushed stainless steel finish.
2. Additional features of car operating panel shall include:
a. Car Position Indicator within operating panel (amber).
b. Elevator Data Plate marked with elevator capacity and car number on car top.
c. [help button markings] with raised markings.
d. In car stop switch per local code.
e. Firefighter's hat.
f.
Firefighter's Phase II Key-switch.
g. Call Cancel Button.
h. Pre-programmed integrated ADA phone (complete description of krms features
included as standard)
i.
Help Button/Communicator. Activation of help button will initiate two-way
communication between car and a location inside the building, switching over to
alternate location if call is unanswered, where personnel are available to take the
appropriate action. Visual indicators are provided for call initiation and call
acknowledgement.
j.
Firefighter's Phase II emergency in-car operating instructions.

B.

Hall Fixtures: Wall mounted hall fixtures shall be provided with necessary push buttons and key
switches for elevator operation. Wall mounted hall fixtures shall have a brushed stainless steel
finish.
1. Hall fixtures shall feature round, mechanical, illuminated buttons in raised fixture housings.
Hall fixtures shall correspond to options available from that landing. Buttons shall be flat
flush in vertically mounted fixture. Hall fixtures should not be jamb-mounted. Hall lanterns
shall feature amber illumination.

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C.

Car Lantern and Chime: A directional lantern visible from the corridor shall be provided in the car
entrance. When the car stops and the doors are opening, the lantern shall indicate the direction
in which the car is to travel and a chime will sound. The chime will sound once for up and twice
for down.

2.07 EQUIPMENT: ELEVATOR OPERATION AND CONTROLLER


A.

Elevator Operation
1. Simplex Collective Operation: Using a microprocessor-based controller, operation shall be
automatic by means of the car and hall buttons. If all calls in the system have been
answered, the car shall park at the last landing served.
2. Zoned Car Parking.
3. Relative System Response Dispatching.

B.

Standard Operating Features to include:


1. Full Collective Operation
2. Fan and Light Control.
3. Load Weighing Bypass.
4. Ascending Car Uncontrolled Movement Protection
5. Top of Car Inspection Station.

C.

Additional Operating Features to include:

D.

Elevator Control System for Inspections and Emergency


1. Provide devices within controller to run the elevator in inspection operation.
2. Provide devices on car top to run the elevator in inspection operation.
3. Provide within controller an emergency stop switch to disconnect power from the brake and
prevents motor from running.
4. Provide the means from the controller to mechanically lift and control the elevator brake to
safely bring car to nearest available landing when power is interrupted.
5. Provide the means from the controller to reset the governor over speed switch and also trip
the governor.
6. Provide the means from the controller to reset the emergency brake when set because of
an unintended car movement or ascending car over speed.
7. Provide the means for the control to reset elevator earthquake operation.

2.08 EQUIPMENT: DOOR OPERATOR AND CONTROL


A.

Door Operator: A closed loop permanent magnet VVVF high-performance door operator shall be
provided to open and close the car and hoistway doors simultaneously. Door movement shall be
cushioned at both limits of travel. Electro-mechanical interlock shall be provided at each
hoistway entrance to prevent operation of the elevator unless all doors are closed and locked.
An electric contact shall be provided on the car at each car entrance to prevent the operation of
the elevator unless the car door is closed.

B.

The door operator shall be arranged so that, in case of interruption or failure of electric power,
the doors can be readily opened by hand from within the car, in accordance with applicable
code. Emergency devices and keys for opening doors from the landing shall be provided as
required by local code.

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C.

Doors shall open automatically when the car has arrived at or is leveling at the respective
landings. Doors shall close after a predetermined time interval or immediately upon pressing of
a car button. A door open button shall be provided in the car. Momentary pressing of this button
shall reopen the doors and reset the time interval.

D.

Door hangers and tracks shall be provided for each car and hoistway door. Tracks shall be
contoured to match the hanger sheaves. The hangers shall be designed for power operation with
provisions for vertical and lateral adjustment. Hanger sheaves shall have polyurethane tires and
pre-lubricated sealed-for-life bearings.

E.

Electronic Door Safety Device. The elevator car shall be equipped with an electronic protective
device extending the full height of the car. When activated, this sensor shall prevent the doors
from closing or cause them to stop and reopen if they are in the process of closing. The doors
shall remain open as long as the flow of traffic continues and shall close shortly after the last
person passes through the door opening.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
A.

Field measure and examine substrates, supports, and other conditions under which elevator
work is to be performed.

B.

Do not proceed with work until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected.

C.

Prior to start of Work, verify hoistway is in accordance with shop drawings. Dimensional
tolerance of hoistway from shop drawings: -0 inches +2 inches. Do not begin work of this
section until dimensions are within tolerances.

D.

Prior to start of Work, verify projections greater then 2 inches (4 inches if ASME A17.1/CSA
B44 2000 applies) must be beveled not less then 75 degrees from horizontal.

E.

Prior to start of Work, verify landings have been prepared for entrance sill installation.
Traditional sill angle or concrete sill support shall not be required.

F.

Prior to start of Work, verify elevator pit has been constructed in accordance with requirements,
is dry and reinforced to sustain vertical forces, as indicated in approved submittal. Verify that
sumps or sump pumps located within pit will not interfere with installed elevator equipment.

G.

Prior to start of Work, verify control space has been constructed in accordance with
requirements, with access coordinated with elevator shop drawings, including Sleeves and
penetrations.

H.

Verify installation of GFCI protected 20-amp in pit and adjacent to each signal control cabinet in
control space.

3.02 PREPARATION
A.

Coordinate installation of anchors, bearing plates, brackets and other related accessories.

3.03 INSTALLATION
A.

Install equipment, guides, controls, car and accessories in accordance with manufacturer
installation methods and recommended practices.

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B.

Properly locate guide rails and related supports at locations in accordance with manufacturer's
recommendations and approved shop drawings. Anchor to building structure using isolation
system to minimize transmission of vibration to structure.

C.

All hoistway frames shall be securely fastened to fixing angles mounted in the hoistway.
Coordinate installation of sills and frames with other trades.

D.

Lubricate operating system components in accordance with manufacturer recommendations.

E.

Perform final adjustments, and necessary service prior to substantial completion.

3.04 CONSTRUCTION
A.

Interface with Other Work:


1. Guide rail brackets attached to steel shall be installed prior to application of fireproofing.
2. Coordinate construction of entrance walls with installation of door frames and sills. Maintain
front wall opening until elevator equipment has been installed.
a. Ensure adequate support for entrance attachment points at all landings.
b. Coordinate wall openings for hall push buttons, signal fixtures and sleeves. Each
elevator requires sleeves within the hoistway wall.
c. Coordinate emergency power transfer switch and power change pending signals as
required for termination at the primary elevator signal control cabinet in each group.
d. Coordinate interface of elevators and fire alarm system.
e. Coordinate interface of dedicated telephone line.

3.05 TESTING AND INSPECTIONS


A.

Perform recommended and required testing in accordance with authority having jurisdiction.

B.

Obtain required permits and provide originals to Owner's Representative.

3.06 DEMONSTRATION
A.

Prior to substantial completion, instruct Owner's Representative on the proper function and
required daily maintenance of elevators. Instruct personnel on emergency procedures.
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SECTION 14560
CHUTES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.

Gravity chutes for waste (trash, refuse).

B.

Chute maintenance.

1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS


A.

Section 01500 - Temporary Facilities and Controls: Temporary construction chutes.

B.

Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry: Wood curb at roof vent.

C.

Section 07611 - Custom Sheet Metal Roofing: Counterflashing at chute roof vent.

D.

Section 07620 - Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim: Counterflashing at chute roof vent.

E.

Section 11172 - Waste Compactors: Compactors and chute interlock controls.

F.

Section 13925 - Fire Suppression Sprinklers: Connection to sprinklers inside chute.

G.

Section 15145 - Plumbing Piping:


1. Water piping connections to spray cleaning equipment.
2.
Connection of hopper discharge drain to sanitary drain.

1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS


A.

NFPA 13 - Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems; National Fire Protection
Association; 2010.

B.

NFPA 82 - Standard on Incinerators and Waste and Linen Handling Systems and Equipment;
National Fire Protection Association; 2009.

1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.

See Section 01300 - Administrative Requirements for additional requirements.

B.

Product Data: Manufacturer's printed data sheets on each component, indicating which options
are provided.

C.

Shop Drawings: Detailed layout of chute and components, indicating interface with structure,
enclosing walls, and utilities; show:
1. Openings in floors and required clearances.
2. Location and size of each field connection to structure.
3. Electrical wiring sizes, conduits, and location of connections.
4. Clearly indicate components required but not furnished by chute installer.

D.

Maintenance Materials: Furnish the following for Owner's use in maintenance of project.

1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

See Section 01400 for additional requirements.

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B.

Products Requiring Electrical Connection: Listed and classified by UL as suitable for the
purpose specified and indicated.

1.06 WARRANTY
A.

See Section 01780 for additional requirements.

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.

Chutes and Chute Components: Use one of the following:


1. Chutes International; ______: www.chutes.com.
2. Substitutions: See Section 01600 - Product Requirements.

B.

All components need not be made by the same manufacturer, provided manufacturer providing
assembled units assumes responsibility for all components.

2.02 CHUTES
A.

Waste and Recyclables Chutes: Sheet metal, round, constant diameter extending from above
roof to lowest floor, with intake doors at each floor and bottom outlet into room designated on
drawings; complying with requirements of NFPA 82 and local code.
1. Diameter: 24 inches inside.
2. Intake Doors: Hopper type, no locks.
3. Intake Door Size: 15 by 18 inches wide by high.
4. Interlock system and sensors that automatically prevent:
a. Opening more than one intake door at a time.

2.03 COMPONENTS
A.

Chute: Factory-fabricated to the greatest extent possible, with continuously welded or


lock-seamed joints and smooth, non-snag interior (no protruding bolts, rivets, hardware, sharp
edges or corners).
1. Sheet Metal Thickness: 16 gage, 0.06 inch.
2. Throat Sections: Provide sloped throat sections for intake doors, of same material and
construction as chute.
3. Factory-coat outside of chute with sprayed sound-dampening material.
4. Fabricate with support frames at each floor with sound isolator pads and expansion joints in
chute between each support point.

B.

Intake Doors: Factory-assembled door and frame, self-closing and positive-latching; frame
designed for chase construction, flush-mounted.
1. Material: Stainless steel, brushed or satin finish.
2. Fire Rating: 1-1/2 hour ("B" label) with 30-minute temperature rise of 250 degrees F .
3. Pulls: T-handle latch; polished stainless steel.

C.

Discharge Doors: Aluminum-coated steel; normally-open, 1-hour ("B" label) fire rated, with
fusible link closing; style as required by chute configuration.

D.

Access Doors: Same construction and fire rating as intake doors, with locks; provide wherever
equipment requiring maintenance is located inside chute, including sprinklers and plumbing and
electrical connections.

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E.

Roof Vent: Full diameter, extending minimum 48 inches above roof level, with roof deck flange.
1. Material: Manufacturer's standard.
2. Counterflashing and clamping ring of non-ferrous metal compatible with chute material.
3. Top Unit: Screened vent.

F.

Fire Sprinklers: Comply with NFPA 82 and NFPA 13; provide 1/2 inch NPS sprinkler heads
mounted inside chute intake throats at the following locations:
1. At or above the top intake opening.
2. At the lowest intake opening.
3. In buildings of more than two stories, at every other floor.

G.

Electrical Controls: 110 V AC.

PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 COORDINATION
A.

Complete chute installation and testing before completion of enclosing construction.

B.

Coordinate sprinkler and spray cleaning devices with size, location and installation of service
utilities.

C.

Sequence installation to ensure utility connections are achieved in an orderly and expeditious
manner.

3.02 INSTALLATION
A.

Install chutes and equipment in accordance with NFPA 82 requirements and manufacturer's
instructions.

B.

Maintain fire-resistive capacity of enclosing walls.

C.

Install chute plumb and without offsets or obstructions that might prevent free fall of materials,
except where indicated on drawings.

D.

Anchor securely in manner required to withstand impact and weight of materials in chute.

E.

Install roof vent flange to roof deck prior to installation of roofing.

F.

Install counterflashing after roofing installation.

G.

Adjust doors and other operating components for smooth operation.

3.03 MAINTENANCE
A.

See Section 01700 - Execution Requirements, for additional requirements relating to


maintenance service.

B.

Provide service and maintenance of chute and equipment for one year from Date of Substantial
Completion.
END OF SECTION

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