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Unformatted text preview: CE 4330 – Contracts Sample Bid Issue specifications Volume I PROJECT MANUAL THE VIEW AT WATERFRONT BUILDING A 475 M STREET, SW Washington DC 31 July 2008 BID ISSUE Esocoff & Associates Project Number 25011-01 Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS DIVISION 1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Section 01 1000 Summary Section 01 1230 Alternates Section 01 2500 Substitution Procedures Section 01 2600 Contract Modification Procedures Section 01 3100 Project Management and Coordination Section 01 3200 Construction Progress Documentation Section 01 3300 Submittal Procedures Section 01 4200 References Section 01 4300 Quality Assurance Section 01 4500 Quality Control Section 01 5100 Temporary Utilities Section 01 5200 Construction Facilities Section 01 5400 Construction Aids Section 01 5500 Vehicular Access and Parking Section 01 5600 Temporary Barriers and Enclosures Section 01 5700 Temporary Controls Section 01 5800 Project Identification Section 01 6200 Product Options Section 01 6500 Product Delivery Requirements Section 01 6600 Product Storage and Handling Requirements Section 01 7123 Field Engineering Section 01 7300 Execution Section 01 7329 Cutting and Patching Section 01 7400 Cleaning Section 01 7600 Protecting Installed Construction Section 01 7700 Closeout Procedures Section 01 7800 Closeout Submittals Section 01 7823 Operation and Maintenance Data Section 01 7836 Warranties Section 01 7900 Demonstration and Training DIVISION 2 EXISTING CONDITIONS Not Used DIVISION 3 CONCRETE Section 03 1000 Concrete Forming and Accessories Section 03 2000 Concrete Reinforcing Section 03 3000 Cast-In-Place Concrete Section 03 3510 Concrete Surface Sealer Section 03 3800 Post-Tensioned Concrete Section 03 4500 Precast Architectural Concrete DIVISION 4 MASONRY Section 04 0513 Masonry Mortaring Section 04 2000 Unit Masonry Esocoff & Associates Table of Contents 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Page 1 of 6 Section 04 2300 Section 04 4200 Section 04 7200 Glass Unit Masonry Exterior Stone Cladding Cast Stone DIVISION 5 METALS Section 05 2720 Aluminum Handrails and Railings Section 05 3000 Aluminum Sunscreen – to later issue Section 05 4000 Cold-Formed Metal Framing Section 05 5000 Metal Fabrications Section 05 5200 Metal Railings Section 05 5300 Metal Gratings DIVISION 6 WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES Section 06 1053 Miscellaneous Rough Carpentry Section 06 1643 Gypsum Sheathing Section 06 4000 Architectural Woodwork DIVISION 7 THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION Section 07 1113 Bituminous Dampproofing Section 07 1400 Fluid Applied Waterproofing Section 07 1616 Cementitious Waterproofing Section 07 1700 Bentonite Waterproofing Section 07 1800 Traffic Coatings Section 07 1916 Silane Water Repellants Section 07 2100 Thermal Insulation Section 07 2710 Weatherization System – prepared by Enclosure Consultant Section 07 5556 Fluid Applied Protected Membrane Roofing Section 07 6200 Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim Section 07 7200 Roof Accessories Section 07 8400 Firestopping Section 07 9200 Joint Sealants DIVISION 8 OPENINGS Section 08 1113 Hollow Metal Doors and Frames Section 08 1316 Aluminum Terrace Doors Section 08 1416 Flush Wood Doors Section 08 1723 Pre-Hung Wood Doors Section 08 3100 Access Doors and Panels Section 08 3323 Overhead Coiling Doors Section 08 4113 Aluminum-Framed Entrances and Storefronts Section 08 4226 All-Glass Entrances Section 08 5113 Aluminum Windows Section 08 6300 Skylights Section 08 7100 Door Hardware – to later issue Section 08 8100 Glass Glazing Section 08 9100 Metal Wall Louvers Esocoff & Associates Page 2 of 6 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Table of Contents DIVISION 9 FINISHES Section 09 2116 Gypsum Board Assemblies Section 09 3100 Thin-Set Tiling Section 09 5100 Acoustical Ceilings Section 09 6419 Engineered Wood Flooring Section 09 6500 Resilient Flooring Section 09 6816 Carpet Section 09 6819 Carpet and Pad Section 09 9100 Painting Section 09 9413 Textured Finishing Section 09 9713 Coatings for Steel Section 09 9723 Coatings for Concrete and Masonry DIVISION 10 SPECIALTIES Section 10 2213 Wire Mesh Partitions Section 10 2635 Sink Piping Safety Covers Section 10 2813 Toilet Accessories Section 10 2819 Shower Enclosures Section 10 4400 Fire Protection Specialties Section 10 5500 Postal Specialties Section 10 5700 Wardrobe and Closet Specialties Section 10 8200 Treillage DIVISION 11 EQUIPMENT Section 11 2423 Window Washing Systems Section 11 3100 Residential Appliances DIVISION 12 FURNISHINGS Section 12 2100 Window Blinds Section 12 3200 Manufactured Wood Casework Section 12 3640 Stone Countertops Section 12 4813 Walk-Off Mats Section 12 5000 Louvers and Blinds Section 12 9313 Bicycle Racks DIVISION 13 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION Section 13000 Swimming Pools by Design-Build Sub Contractor – to later issue DIVISION 14 CONVEYING EQUIPMENT Section 14215 Electric Traction Elevators Section 14240 Hydraulic Elevators Section 14 9182 Trash Chutes DIVISION 15 Not Used DIVISION 16 Not Used DIVISION 17 Not Used Esocoff & Associates Table of Contents 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Page 3 of 6 DIVISION 18 Not Used DIVISION 19 Not Used DIVISION 20 Not Used DIVISION 21 FIRE SUPPRESSION Section 21 0500 Common Work Results for Fire Suppression Section 21 0513 Common Motor Requirements for Fire Suppression Equipment Section 21 0700 Fire-Suppression Systems Insulation Section 21 1000 Water-Based Fire-Suppression Systems Section 21 3113 Electric-Drive, Centrifugal Fire Pumps DIVISION 22 PLUMBING Section 22 0500 Common Work Results for Plumbing Section 22 0513 Common Motor Requirements for Plumbing Equipment Section 22 0516 Expansion Fittings and Loops for Plumbing Piping Section 22 0519 Meters and Gages for Plumbing Piping Section 22 0523 General-Duty Valves for Plumbing Piping Section 22 0529 Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping And Equipment Section 22 0533 Heat Tracing for Plumbing Piping Section 22 0553 Identification for Plumbing Piping and Equipment Section 22 0700 Plumbing Insulation Section 22 1116 Domestic Water Piping Section 22 1119 Domestic Water Piping Specialties Section 22 1223 Facility Indoor Potable-Water Storage Tanks Section 22 1313 Facility Sanitary Sewers Section 22 1316 Sanitary Waste and Vent Piping Section 22 1319 Sanitary Waste Piping Specialties Section 22 1329 Sanitary Sewerage Pumps Section 22 1413 Facility Storm Drainage Piping Section 22 1423 Storm Drainage Piping Specialties Section 22 1429 Sump Pumps Section 22 3400 Fuel-Fired Domestic Water Heaters Section 22 4000 Plumbing Fixtures Section 22 4700 Drinking Fountains and Water Coolers DIVISION 23 HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC) Section 23 0500 Common Work Results for HVAC Section 23 0513 Common Motor Requirements for HVAC Equipment Section 23 0516 Expansion Fittings and Loops for HVAC Piping Section 23 0519 Meters and Gages for HVAC Piping Section 23 0523 General-Duty Valves for HVAC Piping Section 23 0529 Hangers and Supports for HVAC Piping And Equipment Section 23 0533 Heat Tracing for HVAC Piping Section 23 0553 Identification for HVAC Piping And Equipment Section 23 0593 Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing for HVAC Section 23 0700 HVAC Insulation Section 23 0900 Instrumentation and Control for HVAC Esocoff & Associates Page 4 of 6 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Table of Contents Section 23 0993 Section 23 1123 Section 23 2113 Section 23 2300 Section 23 3113 Section 23 3300 Section 23 3413 Section 23 3416 Section 23 3713 Section 23 4100 Section 23 6732 Section 23 8126 Section 23 8146 Section 23 8239 Sequence of Operations for HVAC Controls Facility Natural-Gas Piping Hydronic Piping Refrigerant Piping Metal Ducts Air Duct Accessories Axial HVAC Fans Centrifugal HVAC Fans Diffusers, Registers, and Grilles Particulate Air Filtration Rooftop Air Conditioners Split-System Air-Conditioners Water-Source Unitary Heat Pumps Unit Heaters DIVISION 24 Not Used DIVISION 25 INTEGRATED AUTOMATION Not Used DIVISION 26 ELECTRICAL Section 26 0500 Common Work Results for Electrical Section 26 0519 Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables Section 26 0526 Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems Section 26 0529 Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems Section 26 0533 Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems Section 26 0553 Identification for Electrical Systems Section 26 0573 Overcurrent Protection Device Coordination Study Section 26 0923 Lighting Control Devices Section 26 2413 Switchboards Section 26 2416 Panelboards Section 26 2500 Enclosed Bus Assemblies Section 26 2713 Electricity Metering Section 26 2726 Wiring Devices Section 26 2813 Fuses Section 26 2816 Enclosed Switches and Circuit Breakers Section 26 2923 Variable-Frequency Motor Controllers Section 26 3213 Engine Generators Section 26 3600 Transfer Switches Section 26 4113 Lightning Protection for Structures Section 26 5100 Interior Lighting Section 26 5600 Exterior Lighting DIVISION 27 COMMUNICATIONS Not Used Esocoff & Associates Table of Contents 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Page 5 of 6 DIVISION 28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY Section 28 3111 Digital, Addressable Fire-Alarm System DIVISION 29 Not Used DIVISION 30 Not Used DIVISION 31 EARTHWORK Not Used DIVISION 32 EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS Section 32 1216 Asphalt Paving by Civil Engineer Section 32 1313 Concrete Paving by Civil Engineer Section 32 1400 Unit Pavers – to later issue Section 32 1723 Pavement Markings – to later issue Section 32 8400 Planting Irrigation – to later issue Section 32 9300 Trees, Plants and Groundcovers – to later issue DIVISION 33 UTILITIES Section 33 1000 Water Utilities by Civil Engineer Section 33 3000 Sanitary Sewerage Utilities by Civil Engineer Section 33 4000 Storm Drainage Utilities by Civil Engineer END Esocoff & Associates Page 6 of 6 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Table of Contents Division 1 General Requirements Sections 01 1000 – 01 7900 SECTION 01 1000 - SUMMARY PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. 1.02 1.03 Section Includes: 1. Summary of work 2. Regulatory requirements 3. Format and interpretations SUMMARY OF WORK A. Work Covered by Contract Documents: 1. Work of this Contract comprises site construction, and general construction, including mechanical and electrical, of a new residential building with below grade parking located at 475 M Street SW, in Washington DC. 2. Building contains ten floors of residential dwelling units constructed above a ground floor retail level and outdoor plaza with four levels of below grade parking. 3. Work shall be constructed under a single prime contract. 4. Where the term Contractor is identified in this document, the same requirements shall apply to all Sub Contractors. B. Work by Owner: 1. Owner will enter into a separate contract for furnishing and installation of certain portions of Work. Separate contracts include: a. Security system b. Building signage c. Telephone communications 2. Cooperate fully with separate contractors so that work under those contracts may be carried out smoothly, without interfering with or delaying work under this Contract. REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS A. Comply with industry standards and applicable laws and regulations of authorities having jurisdiction including, but not limited to: 1. Building code requirements 2. Health and safety regulations 3. Utility company regulations 4. Police, fire department and rescue squad rules 5. Environmental protection regulations B. Energy Code Compliance: 1. Provide energy efficiency-related work throughout which complies with applicable provisions of International Energy Conservation Code. C. Code Violations: Esocoff & Associates Summary 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 01 1000-1 1. 1.04 Do not perform work in violation of building code provisions. If Building Official issues Notice of Violation, discontinue violation(s) in question and pay such fees and penalties as may apply. FORMAT AND INTERPRETATIONS A. General Requirements: 1. In case of an inconsistency between Drawings and Specifications or within either Document not clarified by Architect, more specific provision will take precedence over less specific; more stringent will take precedence over less stringent. Better quality or greater quantity of Work shall be provided in compliance with Architect’s interpretation. B. Drawings: 1. Product notes on Drawings shall identify materials. Each product indicated is continuous throughout all parts of Project where section or detail applies. 2. Sections and details shall show typical assemblies. 3. Attachments and Accessories: a. Only major attachments and accessories are indicated on Drawings and in Project Manual. b. Provide accessories and anchors, bolts, screws, nails, and other fastenings needed to produce a complete assembly, fastened securely, functioning smoothly, weather-tight, and neat. 4. Provide completely, materials partially indicated to avoid repetition. 5. Figured dimensions shall take precedence over scaled dimensions, unless figures are obviously in error. Scaling of dimensions, if done, is done at Contractor’s own risk. 6. Should dimensions be inadvertently omitted, notify Architect and do not proceed without correct and complete information. C. Project Manual: 1. Basis of organization and terminology shall be CSI-MasterFormat, 2004 Edition. 2. Section titles shall not limit content or meaning of specification section, nor do they fully describe requirements specified therein. 3. Each specification section is subdivided into parts for uniformity and convenience; not to limit requirements of text. 4. Work specified in one section may be related to or dependent upon work specified in other sections. Cross-reference paragraphs, Related Sections, are general items included for guidance of Project Manual users and are not intended to be all-inclusive. 5. Specification sections of Division 1 General Requirements govern execution of all sections of specifications in Project Manual. 6. Imperative language shall be used in specifications. Requirements expressed imperatively shall be performed by Contractor unless otherwise indicated. 7. For clarity of reading at certain locations, contrasting subjective language may be used to describe responsibilities which must be fulfilled indirectly by Contractor, or when so noted, by others. PART 2 PRODUCTS Not Used Esocoff & Associates 01 1000-2 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Summary PART 3 EXECUTION Not Used END OF SECTION Esocoff & Associates Summary 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 01 1000-3 SECTION 01 1230 – ALTERNATES PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. 1.02 1.03 SUBMITTALS A. Submit price proposals for Alternates listed in Schedule of Alternates with bid. Provide lump sum price and indicate any affect on Construction Progress Schedule. B. Owner may accept or reject any Alternate. C. If Alternate is accepted, work performed must conform to requirements of Contract Documents. WARRANTY A. 1.04 Section Includes: 1. Submittals 2. Warranty 3. Schedule of Alternates Warranty for Alternates shall conform to the requirements of the item they are replacing, unless specified in writing at time of bid submission. SCHEDULE OF ALTERNATES A. Provide aluminum flashing in lieu of stainless steel flashing – at all locations where stainless steel has been specified. B. Provide painted metal in lieu of copper flashing at roof and penthouse levels, and at canopy condition on 2nd floor - refer detail 1, A802. Refer to Section 07 6200 C. Provide price to install imbeds supplied by Window Sub Contractor at window/door head and sill conditions. Refer to details 3, 4, and 5 on A801. Refer to Sections 08 5113, and 08 1316. D. Provide alternative extended window jamb receptor requiring reduced brick return. Refer to ASK 001 attached compared to detail 2, A-800. E. Provide 36” high upper cabinets in lieu of 30” upper cabinets in all kitchens. Provide cabinets over refrigerator, and pantry cabinets to align with top of 36” high cabinets. F. Provide alternative floor finishes as follows: 1. Specification Schedule – B Base Package : Alternative Option 1: For Unit Entry Foyer, Living Room, Den, Dining Room and Kitchen floors provide Vicksburg wood flooring – SW118 by Shaw Hardwoods in lieu of tile specified in the Schedule of Finishes. Esocoff & Associates Alternates 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 01 1230-1 2. Specification Schedule – C Upgrade Package : Alternative Option 1: For Unit Entry Foyer, Living Room, Den, Dining Room and Kitchen floors provide Vicksburg wood flooring – SW118 by Shaw Hardwoods in lieu of tile specified in the Schedule of Finishes. 3. Specification Schedule – D Efficiency Package : Alternative Option 1: For Unit Entry Foyer, open Living Room/Bedroom area & Kitchen floors provide Vicksburg wood flooring – SW118 by Shaw Hardwoods in lieu of tile specified in the Schedule of Finishes. Enclosed Bedrooms to remain carpet. G. Provide protective plastic film cover for aluminum windows provided under Section 08 5113 and aluminum terrace doors provided under Section 08 1316. H. Provide price for non-lipped brick at all shelf angle conditions. Refer to detail 1/A800. I. Provide Dupont Thru-wall Flashing as described in Section 07 2710 Weatherization System, in lieu of Flexible flashing described in Section 04 2000 Unit Masonry. PART 2 PRODUCTS Not Used PART 3 EXECUTION Not Used END OF SECTION Esocoff & Associates 01 3300-2 475 M Street SW 31 July 2008 Submittal Procedures SECTION 01 2500 - SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. 1.02 Section Includes: 1. Product substitution procedures 2. Substitution request form PRODUCT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES A. Requests for substitution shall be forwarded to Architect on Substitution Request Form contained in this Project Manual. B. When Contractor neglects to place order for products or materials with sufficient time to conform to construction schedule, such failure shall not be deemed to be legitimate grounds for consideration of arbitrary substitutions to expedite Project completion. C. When product number or model specified has been discontinued or changed by specified manufacturer between time Project is bid and purchase order is placed, provide at no additional cost to Owner, a substitute product from same manufacturer which is judged by Architect to be equivalent to, or better than product originally specified. 1. If specified manufacturer no longer makes an equivalent product, select a product from another manufacturer that, in Architect’s opinion, is equivalent to, or better than product originally specified to be provided. D. Submit documentation of each request with complete data and comparative analysis substantiating compliance of proposed substitution with Contract Documents and amount of cost savings to Owner. Wherever a proposed substitution involves changes or modifications to any element of Project, submit drawings showing changes and modifications made necessary by proposed substitution. Do not make changes without approval in writing from Architect and Owner. 1. Contract will be adjusted in compliance with provisions for change orders for benefit of cost savings to Owner. E. Requests for substitution constitute a representation that Contractor: 1. Has personally investigated proposed substitute product and determined it is equal or superior in all respects to specified product; 2. Complies with building codes, ordinances, and applicable regulations of governmental agencies having jurisdictions over Project; 3. Will provide same warranty for substitution as for specified product; 4. Certifies cost data presented is complete and includes related costs under Contract and waives claims for additional costs related to substitution which subsequently become apparent; and 5. Will coordinate installation of substitute, if accepted, making such changes as may be needed for Work to be complete in all respects. Substitutions will not be considered when they are indicated or implied on shop drawings or product data submittals without separate written request, or when acceptance will require substantial revision of Contract Documents. F...
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