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  1. 1. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence PROJECT MANUAL For Gamble-Boyer Residence 5310 Lovall Valley Rd Sonoma, CA March 05, 2007 FOR BID Prepared by: CCS Architecture, Inc. 44 McLea Court San Francisco CA 94103 1
  2. 2. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence Table of ContentsPROJECT SPECIFICATIONSdivision 1: general requirements 01010 summary of work 01025 measurement and payment 01036 change orders 01040 procedures & controls 01045 cutting and patching 01200 project meetings 01300 submittals 01500 construction facilities and temporary controls 01630 substitutions 01700 contract close out 01710 cleaningdivision 2: site work 02000 generaldivision 3: concrete 03300 cast in place concretedivision 4: masonry 04200 unit masonrydivision 5: metals 05100 structural steel 05500 metal fabrications 05586 architectural metalworkdivision 6: wood 06062 lumber 06100 composite wood panels 06150 wood decking 06200 finish carpentry 06400 architectural woodwork 06420 wood panelingdivision 7: thermal and moisture protection 07100 damproofing and waterproofing 07210 building insulation 07260 vapor retarders 07460 exterior siding 07500 membrane roofing 2
  3. 3. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence 07610 metal roofing 07620 sheet metal flashing and trim 07915 sealantsdivision 8: doors and windows 08200 wood doors 08266 glazed wood doors 08350 folding doors 08500 windows 08620 unit skylights 08710 door hardware 08800 glazingdivision 9: finishes 09300 tile 09640 wood strip flooring 09910 painting and transparent finishesdivision 10: specialties 10300 fireplaces + stoves 10800 toilet + bath accessories 10826 bathroom mirrors 10900 closet specialtiesdivision 11: equipment 11452 residential appliance scheduledivision 12: furnishings 12492 blindsdivision 15 mechanical 15000 mechanical general provisions 15410 plumbing fixture schedule 15480 domestic water heaters 15700 heating + air-conditioning equipment 15852 registers grills and diffusersdivision 16: electrical 16000 electrical general provisions 16140 wiring devices 16501 light fixture schedule 16850 television equipment 3
  4. 4. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS01010 summary of work1.01 SUMMARY A. The General Conditions, Supplementary Conditions, and Division 1, General Requirements, applies to the Work of all Sections.1.02 WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Contractor to provide all demolition services, including debris removal. All temporary measures, including pedestrian protection to be by the Contractor. A separate phone line for use during construction shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.1.03 WORK NOT COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS A. Primary building permit to be secured by the Architect. All other permits to be secured by the Contractor.1.04 USE OF PREMISES Contractor to provide all temporary facilities necessary for construction.01025 measurement and payment1.01 Applications for Payment: A. Submit Applications for Payment to the Architect in accordance with the schedule established by the General Conditions and the Agreement between the Owner and the Contractor. B. Submit itemized applications typed on AIA Document G702, "Application and Certificate for Payment," and continuation Sheet G703.01036 change orders1.01 SUMMARY A. Requirements included: 1. Promptly implement change order procedures. a. Provide full written data required to evaluate changes. b. Maintain detailed records of work done on a time-and-material/force account basis or other basis as may be agreed upon between Owner and Contractor. c. Provide full documentation to Owner and Architect on request. 4
  5. 5. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence 2. Designate in writing the member of Contractor’s organization: a. Who is authorized to accept or direct changes in the Work. b. Who is responsible for informing others in the Contractor’s employ of the authorized changes in the Work. 3. Owner will designate in writing the person(s) who are authorized to execute Change Orders. B. Related Documents and Sections: 1. General Conditions: a. Methods of determining cost or credit to Owner resulting from changes in Work made on a time-and-material/force basis. b. Contractor’s claims for additional costs. 2. Submittals: Section 01300. 3. Product Options and Substitutions: Section 01630 4. Contract Closeout: Section 017001.02 DEFINITIONS A. Change Order: See general Conditions. B. Proposal Request: AIA Document G709 signed by the Owner, or Architect which describes a proposed change in the Work or the Contract Documents which requests the Contractor to submit an itemized quotation for changes in the Contract Sum and/or time incidental to the proposed change in the Work or modification to the Contract Documents. C. Change Request: Contractor-initiated document containing an itemized quotation for change in the Contract Sum and/or Contract Time incidental to the proposed change in the Work or modification to the Contract Document referenced therein, for inclusion in a subsequent Change Order, if signed by the Owner and Architect. D. Construction Change Directive: AIA Document G714; see the General Conditions.PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES A. All forms shall be reviewed by all parties to the Contract and approved by mutual agreement prior to commencement of construction. B. Owner, through Architect, may initiate changes by submitting a Proposal Request to Contractor. 1. Request will include: a. Detailed description of the change, products, and location of the change in the Project. b. Supplementary or revised Drawings and Specifications. c. The projected time span for making the change, and a specific statement as to whether overtime work is or is not authorized. d. A specific period of time during which the requested price will be considered valid. 5
  6. 6. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence e. Such request is for information only and is not an instruction to execute the changes nor to stop Work in progress. C. Contractor may initiate changes by submitting a written notice to the Owner through the Architect. 1. Notice shall include: a. Description of the proposed changes. b. Statement of the reason for making the changes. c. Statement of the effect on the Contract Sum and the Contract Time. d. Statement of the effect on the work of separate contractors. e. Documentation supporting any change in Contract Sum or Contract Time, as appropriate. f. Such request is not an authorization to execute the changes nor to stop Work in progress.1.04 CONSTRUCTION CHANGE DIRECTIVE A. In lieu of Proposal Request or Change Request, Owner may issue Construction Change Directive for Contractor to proceed with a change for subsequent inclusion in a Change Order. B. Construction Change Directive will describe changes in the Work, both additions and deletions, with attachments of revised Contract Documents to define details of the change. C. Owner and Architect will sign and date the Construction Change Directive as authorization for the Contractor to proceed with the changes. D. Contractor may sign and date the Construction Change Directive to indicate agreement with the terms therein.1.05 DOCUMENTATION OF PROPOSALS AND CLAIMS A. All change request quotations shall be in direct response to and correspondence with specific Proposal Request, Construction Change Directive, or Contractor-initiated change and shall be a complete and full response to that Change Request. 1. No partial quotations or quotations which combine various Changes Requests or portions of Changes Requests will be accepted. B. Support each quotation for a lump-sum proposal and for each unit price that has not previously been established with sufficient substantiating data to allow Owner and Architect to evaluate the quotation. C. Substantiating data to support time and cost computations shall consist of the following, as applicable: 1. Labor required. 2. Equipment required. 3. Products required. a. Recommended source of purchase and unit cost. b. Quantities required. 6
  7. 7. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence 4. Taxes, insurance, and bonds. 5. Credit for work deleted from Contract, similarly documented. 6. Overhead and profit. Mark-ups on all pricing (labor, materials, and the like) shall be established at the beginning of the Work and shall not be altered. 7. Justification for any change in Contract Time. D. A period of 1 week (5 working days) will be allowed in which the Contractor shall respond to Proposal Requests and Construction Change Directives as described above. E. Support each claim for additional costs and for work done on a time-and-material/force account basis with documentation as required for a lump-sum proposal, plus additional information: 1. Name of the Owner-authorized person who ordered the work and date of the order. 2. Dates and times work was performed and by whom. 3. Time record, summary of hours worked, and hourly rates paid. 4. Receipts and invoices for the following: a. Equipment used, listing dates and times used. b. Products used, listing quantities. c. Subcontractors. F. Document requests for substitutions for products as specified in Section 01630, “Product Options and Substitutions.”1.06 PREPARATION OF CHANGE ORDER A. Contractor shall prepare each Change Order for a signature by Owner, Architect, and Contractor on a form acceptable to all parties. B. Change Order will describe changes in the Work, both additions and deletions, with attachments, if applicable, of revised Contract Documents to define details of the change. C. Change Order will provide an accounting of the adjustment in the Contract Sum and in the Contract Time.1.07 LUMP-SUM/FIXED PRICE CHANGE ORDER A. Content of Change Orders will be based on either: 1. Contractor’s Change Request as mutually agreed between Owner and Contractor. 2. Owner’s Construction Change Authorization. B. Owner and Architect will sign and date the Change Order as authorized by a change in the work or change in the Contract Sum and/or Time. C. Contractor shall sign and date the Change Order to indicate agreement with terms herein. 7
  8. 8. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence1.08 CORRELATION WITH CONTRACTOR’S SUBMITTALS A. Periodically revise Schedule of Values and Request for Payment Forms to record each change as a separate item of Work and to record the adjusted Contract Sum. B. Periodically revise the construction schedule to reflect each change in Contact Time. 1. Revise sub schedules to show changes for other items of work affected by the changes. C. Upon completion of work under a Change Order, enter pertinent changes in Record Documents.01040 procedures and controlsRELATED DOCUMENTS: A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and other Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to the work of this section.ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION A. Coordinate various elements of the work and entities engaged to perform the work. Coordinate the work with existing facilities and conditions, and with work by separate contractors and by the Owner. Coordination includes but is not limited to: 1. Construction material storage with Owner. 2. Salvaged material storage with Owner. 3. Pre-purchased materials with Owner’s vendor. B. The Contractor shall maintain a full time Job Superintendent on premise at all times to coordinate the work. Do not delegate the responsibility for coordination to a Subcontractor.RECORDING A. Working from boundaries established through the documents, establish and maintain dependable markers for the lines of the work area. B. Calculate dimensions and measure for layout of work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS. Record deviations if any from drawings and specification information regarding existing and new conditions and review with Architect at time of discovery.INSPECTIONS AND TESTING A. If determined to become required, Owner to retain and pay for services of Independent Testing Laboratory to perform specified testing and investigation services. Contractor to coordinate special inspections and testing requirements with the work as indicated in specific portions of the specifications. Special testing and inspection may include but is not necessarily limited to the following: 1. Testing of soils and hazardous waste. 8
  9. 9. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence 2. Testing of existing building components for asbestos. 3. Field welding of structural steel components. B. Promptly notify Architect or Engineer of irregularities or deficiencies of work, which are observed during the performance of services. C. Contractor to notify Architect and Owner of the progress of the Work and recommend appropriate timeframes for the performance of special testing and inspection services. D. Installer Inspections: Require installer of each major unit of work to inspect substrate and conditions for installation and to report in writing unsatisfactory or ambiguous conditions which affect their work before proceeding. E. Inspect each product or assembly before installation and do not install damaged or defective products, materials, or equipment.INSTALLATION A. Comply with manufacturer’s installation instructions and recommendations. B. Install work during time and under conditions, which will insure best possible results. C. Anchor units securely in place, properly located by measured line and level.01045 cutting and patching PART 1 – GENERALCutting and patching includes cutting into existing construction to provide for the installation or performance of other work and subsequent fitting and patching required to restore surfaces to their original condition.Patching shall achieve security, and weather protection, shall preserve continuity of existing fire ratings, and shall successfully duplicate adjacent finishes, colors, textures, and profiles. PART 2 – PRODUCTSMaterials for patching shall be identical to existing materials. If identical materials are not available, use materials that visually match existing adjacent surfaces. PART 3 – EXECUTIONProvide temporary support of work to be cut where required.Protect other Work during cutting and patching to prevent damage, including protection from exposure to the weather.Cut the Work using methods least likely to damage Work to be retained or adjoining work. Use hand or small power tools designed for sawing or grinding. 9
  10. 10. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceCut through concrete and masonry using carborundum or diamond blade circular saw or core drill. Coordinate all saw cutting of existing concrete panels with Architect before proceeding.By-pass utility services shown or required to be removed, relocated or abandoned.Patch with durable and invisible seams. Where required, extend patching into retained adjoining Work to eliminate evidence of patching.Finish or refinish cut and patched surfaces to match adjacent finishes. Paint over complete surface plane, unless otherwise indicated. Over patched walls or ceiling surfaces, paint to nearest cutoff line for entire surface, such as intersection with adjacent wall or ceiling, beam, pilasters, or to nearest opening frame, unless otherwise indicated. Painted surfaces shall not present a spotty, touched-up appearance.01200 project meetings1.01 Prior to commencement of Work, a pre-construction conference will be held at a site to be designated by the Architect to discuss procedures to be followed during the progress of the Work.1.03 Schedule job meeting with the Architect, Contractor and Owner on a weekly basis.1.04 Eleven months following date of final acceptance, hold a meeting to review guarantees, bonds, and service and maintenance contracts for materials and equipment. Implement repair or replacement of defective items, and extend service and maintenance contracts, as desired by Owner.01300 submittals1.01 Make submittals in advance of scheduled dates of installation to provide time for reviews, for securing necessary approvals, for possible revision and re-submittal, and for placing orders and securing delivery.1.02 Submittals shall be complete. All submittals, including shop drawings, shall bear the Contractors stamp of review and approval. No submittal will be reviewed without having been transmitted through the Contractor.1.03 Shop Drawings: submit three black-line or blue-line prints for review by Architect, two shall be returned to Contractor.1.04 Only those Shop Drawings which bear stamps showing final review of the Contractor, Architect, and the Architects consultants, shall be used.1.05 Required Submittals. Submittals during construction will be required throughout, including but not limited to: 1. Samples of all finish materials (wood, paint, etc.) 2. Detailed shop drawings of all cabinetry, countertops, metal work, windows, doors. skylights and other shop fabricated items 3. Finish hardware cut sheets and purchase orders, lighting cut sheets, plumbing and appliance cut sheets 10
  11. 11. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence1.06 Allow a minimum of 10-working days for processing by the Architect and his Consultants.01500 construction facilities and temporary controls1.01 Temporary Utilities A. Furnish, install, and maintain temporary utilities as required to perform the Work. Materials, installation, and maintenance of temporary utilities shall be in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. Remove temporary utilities, including associated materials and equipment when no longer required. B. Temporary Electric Power and Lighting to be by the Contractor, if required. D. Temporary Water to be by the Contractor, if required. E. Temporary Sanitary Facilities to be by the Contractor. Maintain in a neat, sanitary condition, adequately supplied. F. Temporary Fire Protection: Provide and maintain fire extinguishers, fire hoses, and other equipment necessary for proper fire protection during the progress of the Work. Equipment shall be designed for fire protection only.01630 substitutions1.01 Contractors Options: A. For products specified only by reference standard, select product meeting referenced standard. B. For products specified by naming one or more products or manufacturers, select products of any named manufacturer meeting Specifications. C. For product or manufacturer which is specifically named, a written request will be required for substitution. D. Where terms "or equal," "or approved equal," or similar references are made, submit request for substitutions for product or manufacturer not specifically named in Specifications.01700 contract close out1.01 Required Record Documents: A. Provide Record Drawings, showing any modifications to the Contract Documents. This can be made on a set of prints, and then submitted to the Architect. One set of approved Shop Drawings showing changes made during construction shall also be furnished. 11
  12. 12. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence B. Provide 8"x10" paint cards of all finish paint colors/sheens used, with clearly labeled identification tags showing manufacturers name and code, plus one gallon of each paint – labeled where used. C. Operating and maintenance manuals shall be required, assembled in a three-ring, plastic binders sized for 8-1/2-inch x 11-inch sheets. Include a cover containing the Project name and address and the general subject matter in the manual, typewritten index, instructions regarding operation and maintenance of the equipment included in the manual, replaceable parts, part numbers, and name and address of nearest parts distributor, and copy of each warranty and service contract issued for the equipment included in the manual. D. Warrantees and service contracts shall be submitted for all items which carry such documentation. E. "As-Built" Drawings will not be required.1.02 Provide instruction to the Owner for operation and maintenance of all systems and their components.1.04 Service and Maintenance Contracts: Compile, review, and submit specified service and maintenance contracts as specified for warranties and bonds.1.08 Extra Materials: Where specified, furnish extra materials in the quantities and manner specified.01710 cleaning1.01 Clean interior spaces prior to the start of finish painting and the application of other finishes, and continue cleaning as required until such Work is completed.1.02 Remove dust, dirt, grease, stains, fingerprints, labels, spilled and spatters, and other materials from interior and exterior surfaces exposed to view. Wash and shine glazing and mirrors. Polish glossy surfaces to a clear shine.1.03 Clean permanent filters and replace disposable filters of units operated during construction. Clean ducts, blowers, and coils of units operated during construction.1.04 Vacuum and wipe insides of electrical panels and cabinetwork.1.05 Mop clean interior spaces. Broom clean exterior paving. Rake clean ground surfaces.1.06 Air out project with natural ventilation for at least two weeks between end of construction and occupancy. End of section 12
  13. 13. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 2: SITE WORK02000 generalA. Include demolition of the patio and site wall per the drawings.B. Grading and drainage per the drawings.C. Contractor to provide excavation and earthwork as required.D. Provide all hardscape and retaining walls per the drawings.E. Owner to receive separate price for all landscaping and irrigation. Contractor to coordinate installation.F. Provide sewer system additions per the engineer’s drawings and specifications.G. Connect water to existing well.H. Gravel path stone type to be determined, provide allowance.I. Trellis corrugated roofing: Manufacturer: Enduro Composites 1005 Blue Mound Road Fort Worth, TX 76131 1.800.667.8664 Model: Tuff Span 2.67x7.8 PFR 400 Color: Trans Clear N2000T End of section 13
  14. 14. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 3: CONCRETE03300 cast-in-place concrete1.01 Section includes: Concrete structural slabs, footing and stem walls, exterior finish stairs and retaining walls, fireplace surround, shower pan and curb1.02 See structural drawings and soils report for general concrete specifications.1.03 Provide 2’ x 2’ samples of all concrete finishes with all sealants and waxes applied over half of the samples for review per 1300 Submittals1.04 Exposed Concrete A. Poured-in-place with Davis Powder Concentrate color mix for integral color. Refer to manufacturer’s instructions for installation. B. Use good quality plywood form boards, unless otherwise noted. Do not use form ties that will be exposed or will rust. C. Finish at exposed foundation walls: 1. Board form – 2x6 vertical smooth boards against 2x form, very tight, no form ties 2. Use finishing nails: 2 at 6” below top of wall and 2 at 36” centers to grade 3. Seal with Davis W-1000 Concrete Cure and Sealer 4. Color: San Diego Buff D. Finish at stairs: 1. Board-formed riser: 1x6 smooth vertical boards against 2x form, very tight, no form ties 2. Use finishing nails: 2 at 6” below top of wall and 2 at 6” above grade per board 3. Broom finish tread and trowel an eased nosing 4. Color: San Diego Buff E. Finish at poolside retaining wall: 1. Board-formed: 1x6 horizontal, long,smooth boards against 2x form, very tight, no form ties 2. Use finishing nails: 2 at 36” centers per board 3. Seal with Davis W-1000 Concrete Cure and Sealer 4. Color: match existing pise wall F. Finish at fireplace surround, hearth and wood storage: 1. Board-formed: 1x6 horizontal, long,smooth boards against 2x form, very tight, no form ties 2. Use finishing nails: 2 at 36” centers per board 3. Seal with Davis W-1000 Concrete Cure and Sealer 4. Color: match existing pise wall G. Finish at shower pan and curb: 1. Reinforced Portland Cement. Use normal sand aggregate, rinsed clean. 2. Form with MDO, no board panel joints 3. Seal with: ? 4. Color: match concrete tile End of section 14
  15. 15. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 4: MASONRY04200 unit masonry1.01 Fireplace A. Fireplace to be per drawings. 1. Outside of fireplace to be concrete. See section 03300. Firebox to be yellow fire brick. 2. Provide double wall flue in stainless steel. 3. Contractor shall coordinate concrete and fireplace subcontractors to ensure proper installation of each part. End of section 15
  16. 16. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 5: METALS05100 structural steel1.01 Refer to Structural drawings for specifications05500 metal fabrications1.01 Section includes: exterior metal panels1.02 Panels shall be 10 gauge Corten steel, size per drawings Supplier: Primary Metals Ray Garr 1699 West Grand Ave Oakland, CA 510.251.0900 Fabricator: Master Metal Products Eric 495 Emory Street San Jose, CA 95110 408.275.121005586 architectural metalwork.1.01 Section includes: countertops, Interior edge metal1.02 Use Schluter –Scheine stainless edge metal at tile, per drawings.1.03 Use stainless steel for countertops, per drawings. A. Weld stainless steel sink to stainless steel counter and grind smooth. B. Provide shop drawings of work. C. Recommended Fabricator: American Metal Products Steve Gardner 1320 Underwood Avenue San Francisco, CA 94124 415.822.4100 End of Section 16
  17. 17. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 6: WOOD AND PLASTICS06062 lumber1.01 Framing lumber A. All framing lumber to be construction grade, FSC certified. B. All lumber to be free of chromium and arsenic C. See structural drawings for specifications on wood framing.06100 composite wood panels1.01 Plywood A. All exposed interior plywood to be “underlayment”, FSC certified. B. All exposed exterior plywood to be exterior grade phenol-bonded weatherproof type, FSC certified. C. All concealed plywood to be per structural requirements or drawings.06150 wood decking1.01 5/4” X 6” Ipe wood decking with pre-finished clear coat, installed per manufacturer’s instructions. Source: Beronio Lumber CO 2525 Marin Street, San Francisco, CA (415) 824-4300 (10.31.06)06200 finish carpentryPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 WORK INCLUDED Wood casework Wood floors1.02 RELATED SECTIONS A. Section 06400 – Architectural Woodwork B. Section 09640 – Wood strip Flooring C Section 09910 – Painting and Transparent Finishes 17
  18. 18. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence1.03 WOOD CODING Wood is described as species.cut.usage, finish (reference division 09910) Example: Species are coded as follows: WD-1: White oak WD-2: Red oak WD-3: American walnut WD-4: Black walnut WD-5: Brazilian walnut WD-6: American cherry WD-7: Brazilian cherry WD-8: Honduran mahogany WD-9: Hickory WD-10: Ash WD-11: Maple WD-12: Poplar WD-13: Redwood WD-14: Pine WD-15: Douglas fir WD-16: Zebra wood WD-17: Teak WD-18: Koa WD-19: Bamboo, blond WD-20: Bamboo, carbonized 18
  19. 19. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence WD-21: Cork WD-22: Lyptus Cut is coded as follows: 1: Quarter sawn 2: Rift cut 3: Select cut 4: Paint sliced, or equal Wood usage is coded as follows: S: Solid stock T: Tongue and groove V: Veneer over 3/4” plywood F: Finger jointed P: Pre-engineered R: Recycled/reclaimed06400 architectural woodwork1.01 SECTION INCLUDES: Kitchenette, Bathroom and Closet cabinets. A. Provide shop drawings and finished samples of materials for Architect approval. B. European-style cabinets, flush inset panels. C. Concealed cabinet interiors: almond melamine. D. Drawer and roll-out interiors: pre-finished maple plywood. Dovetailed construction. E. Hinges: Blum Clip-top concealed hinges, or equal. See cut sheet. F. Glides: Blum Tandem full-extension bottom mounting glides, or equal. Sized for drawer loads. See cut sheet. G. Adjustable shelving supports: Swedish-type supports, Hafele 282.04.702. See cut sheet. H. Recommended millworker: Amerian Woodworking 2856 Aiello Drive San Jose, CA 95111 408.227.5533 or Glen?1.02 CABINET HARDWARE + ACCESSORIES A. Kitchenette 1. Pulls: Match existing main house kitchen 2. Upward opening cabinet hinges: Hafele, Lid Stay, 100N and Hafele, Duomatic hinge, Inset mount, 329.17.520. See cut sheet. 19
  20. 20. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence B. Bathroom 1. Pulls: Match existing house bathroom D. Closet 1. Pulls: Match existing house closets06420 wood paneling1.01 Wood paneling shall be 1x6 T+G clear western red cedar siding, no finish. End of Section 20
  21. 21. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 7: THERMAL & MOISTURE PROTECTION07100 damproofing and waterproofing1.01 coordinating with structural.07210 building insulationPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 SUMMARY A. Section Includes: Loose fit cotton fiber insulation Related sections: 1. See Sections 07511, Built-up asphalt bituminous roofing.1.02 SUBMITTALS A. Procedures: In accordance with Section 01300, "Submittals." Product Literature: Literature fully describing the products to be supplied.1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Applicator shall demonstrate proof of a minimum of five years experience specified process. Owner reserves the right to reject a proposed supplier.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MATERIALS (getting from energy consultant) B. Insulate floor joist w R-30 C. Insulate all roof/ceiling with R-30 per drawing details D. Insulate exterior walls with R-19.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 Verify all roof deck conditions at site with Architect before installing rigid insulation at roof.3.02 Carefully cut and fit insulation around pipes, conduit and other obstructions and penetrations.3.03 Use manufacturer recommended fasteners of appropriate length when securing roof deck insulation. DO NOT LET FASTENERS PENETRATE THROUGH UNDERSIDE OF ROOF DECK. Contractor shall remove all fasteners that penetrate the underside of the roof deck and repair the resulting damage.3.04 Remove debris from roof surfaces and Project site. Leave surfaces in a condition acceptable to roof membrane installer. 21
  22. 22. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence07260 vapor retardersPART 1 - GENERALPART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 MATERIALS A. Vapor Retarder: Kraft paper sheets laminated together with fiberglass reinforcing and multi-ply polyethylene sheet and with a laboratory tested maximum vapor transmission rating of 0.15 perm; "Moistop" by Fortifiber Corp., or equal. B. Vapor Barrier: 6 mil Visqueen, or equal. C. Sand: ASTM C33, uniformly graded, clean sand, free from excessive fines, organic material, and other deleterious substances. D. Vapor-Retarder Tape: Minimum 2-inch-wide self-adhering type designed to maintain vapor retarder integrity. E. Provide bituthene or equal wrap at all exterior door and window openings.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 EXAMINATION A. Check that areas to receive membrane are clean and dry. B. Check that pipes, vents, drains, and other penetrations of the membrane are completed. C. Where nails, screws, or other penetrations exist, apply heavy beads of caulking compound or manufacturers pressure-sensitive tape. D. Do not commence installation of membrane until conditions are satisfactory.3.02 INSTALLATION UNDER SLAB-ON-GRADE A. Install Vapor Barrier membrane over 3-inch sand course. Lap 6 inches, and tape edges. Turn up membrane at edges, and secure to foundations or footings with tape. B. Seal around all penetrations of membrane with tape to create air-tight seal between penetrating objects and membrane. C. Repair tears and punctures in membrane immediately before concealment by other work. Cover with tape or another layer of membrane. D. Provide nominal 2-inch-thick protection cover of sand over membrane. Screed and level before reinforcing or concrete is placed. Moisten sand prior to placing concrete. 22
  23. 23. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence07460 exterior siding1.01 Exterior siding to be 1x6 T+G clear western red cedar with clear finish. All siding to be back- stained and blind-nailed with stainless steel fasteners.1.02 Provide sample for Architect’s review and approval.07500 membrane roofingPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 Installer shall be approved by manufacturer of accepted roofing system, with not less than 5 years experience in installation of membrane roofing systems similar to those required for this Project. Submit certification from roofing materials manufacturer that installer is certified and approved to install specified roofing system and that materials and components furnished conform to Specification requirements and are compatible with each other, the roof substrate, and adjacent related Work.1.02 Membranes shall be tested and listed by UL for Fire Hazard Classification A.1.03 Submit manufacturers specifications and installation instructions.1.04 Deliver materials requiring fire-hazard classification bearing the UL label on each container and roll, or deliver with a UL certification of compliance with the classification specified.1.05 Handle rolled goods to prevent damage to edges and ends. Store-rolled goods on end on pallets or other raised surface in dry, well-ventilated, water-tight place.1.06 Protect materials, including aggregate, from moisture. Remove wet materials from Project site. Protect materials against damage by construction traffic and equipment.1.07 Apply materials during dry weather when ambient temperature is 40º F or above.1.08 Protect walks, paving, and building walls adjacent to hoist prior to starting Work. Restore to original condition or replace Work and materials damaged due to roofing installation operations.1.09 Provide temporary roofing if it becomes necessary to make the building weather-tight prior to installation of permanent roofing system. Remove from each area prior to installation of permanent roofing.1.10 Drainage must effectively prevent ponding water as defined by NRCA 48-hour testing.1.11 Prior to final acceptance of Work, furnish written manufacturer’s Labor and Material and Total System 20 year warranty covering repairs required to maintain roof, including flashing, in water- tight condition. Guarantee shall be limited to ordinary wear and tear by the elements or defect due to faulty materials and workmanship.1.12 Schedule a Pre-Roofing Site Meeting with the Contractor, Architect and all sub-trades involved in the roofing installation prior to final ordering of materials. 23
  24. 24. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidencePART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 Stevens EP Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) membrane, fully adhered A. Size: 60mil, 10 feet wide sheet B. Color: White, Energy Star C. Substrate: Stevens-approved isocyanurate. Fasten per Stevens instructions. D. Roof flashings: use applicable Stevens flashing productsPART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 Verify all roofing conditions at Pre-Roofing Meeting with Architect and roofing installer.3.02 Examine substrate surfaces to receive membrane roofing and associated Work and conditions under which roofing will be installed. Do not proceed with roofing until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.3.03 Install roofing for compliance with UL Fire Classification A and Class 60 wind uplift resistance.3.04 Coordinate the installation of insulation, roofing sheets, flashings, stripping, coatings and surfacings, so that insulation and felts are not exposed overnight or to precipitation.3.05 Roof Membrane Installation per manufacturers printed instructions.3.06 Avoid heavy traffic on completed roofing when ambient temperature is above 80° F. Equipment that requires more than two persons to carry it across the roof and put in place shall be lifted and placed by crane.07610 metal roofingPart I – General1.01 Quality Assurance A. Before Fabrication: Contractor shall take field measurements of the structure and substrates indicated and specified to ensure that panel lengths and brakeformed flashings are dimensioned accurately to facilitate easy installation. Fabrication shall not begin until all field conditions have been verified. Allow for sufficient trimming of panel units at eaves, valleys and gables prior to fabrication1.02 Submittals A. Submit shop drawings, indicating extent of work to be performed. Include sections of roof and fascia for each condition, detailing flashing and trim for different conditions, such as eaves, outside/inside corners, skylights, terminations, etc, showing a full and complete installation. 24
  25. 25. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence Show securement of panels and dips, spacing, type and number of fasteners, as recommended by the Manufacturer. B. Submit 2’-0” long sample panel indicating the metal, gauge, color, texture and finish proposed. C. Submit Manufacturer’s warranty covering the substrate (metal) against rupture, perforation, and structural failure due to normal atmospheric corrosion for (25) years. D. Submit Manufacturer’s (35) year warranty on paint finish against cracking, peeling, blistering, chalk, and color change.Part II – Product2.01 Manufacturer Englert, Inc 1200 Amboy Ave Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 732.826.86142.02 Panel system shall be Series A1300, 1-1/2” high, 24” wide panel, Standing Seam System, with ribs, 180º seam.2.03 Finish shall be Galvalume PlusPart III – Execution3.01 Install per manufacturer’s instructions. 25
  26. 26. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence07620 sheet metal flashing and trimAll sheet metal work to be done by a highly qualified sheet metal subcontractor, not the roofer.1.01 All exterior sills and thresholds to have sheet metal pan-on-bituthene flashing, riveted, soldered and turned up at ends. See Drawings.1.02 Exterior metal Flashing/coping to be galvalume. All joints to be riveted and inter-lapped with sealant. All copings to be cleated per the drawings.1.03 Contractor, Architect and sub-contractor shall have a pre-construction meeting to review flashing work.1.04 All reglets to be Fry stainless steel finish or accepted equal, see details.1.05 Plumbing vent flashing A. Pitch Pans are not to be used in lieu of any other penetration flashing in these specifications and will require special approval by Architect to be used for unusual conditions. B. If required, fabricate pitch pan by forming a hemmed 3 inch high side and a 4 inch flashing flange. Provide minimum 2 inch clearance from penetration. Shop or field solder radial corners and vertical seam. C. Fabrication of two piece flashings for connected pipes, conduits and other round penetrations. D. Form semi-cylindrical tubular flashing sleeves 9 inches high and minimum 1/4 inch clearance from penetration and tightly seamed to fit snugly. E. Form square flashing plate 7 inch larger than penetration. Punch hole and extrude metal upward 1/4 inch, providing a continuous vertical flange. Split flashing plate and shop solder flashing sleeves. Cut radius corners on flashing plate. F. Form a conical sealant cover with an inside diameter equal to penetration and an outside diameter 1 to 2 inches larger. G. The above describes Model VTREXVP with sealant cover as manufactured by SBC Industries, North Miami, FL. / 800-228-2580. 26
  27. 27. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence07915 sealantsPART 1 - GENERAL1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division-1 Specification sections, apply to work of this section.1.02 DESCRIPTION OF WORK A. The extent of each form and type of joint sealer is indicated on drawings and by provisions of this section an where required to provide a finished appearance to the building. B. The applications for joint sealers as work of this section include but are not limited to the following; Where required for water tightness Concrete construction joints. Floor joints (interior new to existing). Interior wall & wall/ceiling joints where required for sound control of rooms. Flashing and coping joints. Gasketing of assemblies. Behind any surface-mounted signs or equipment Roof accessories Around windows, doors and storefronts. C. Refer to Division 8 sections for glazing requirements – not as work of this section. D. Refer to sections of Divisions 15 and 16 for joint sealers in mechanical and electrical work - not as work of this section. E. General Performance: Except as otherwise indicated, joint sealers are required to establish and maintain airtight and waterproof continuous seals on a permanent basis, within recognized limitations of wear and aging as indicated for each applications. Failures of installed sealers to comply with this requirement will be recognized as failures of materials and workmanship. ASTM References listed herein shall apply unless updated ASTM References exist; wherein Architect shall be immediately notified in writing as to the alternate standard for Architect’s verification of applicability.1.03 SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s product specifications, handling/ installation/ curing instructions, and performance tested data sheets for each elastomeric product required.1.04 JOB CONDITIONS A. Weather Conditions: Do not proceed with installation of liquid sealants under unfavorable weather conditions. Install elastomeric sealants when temperature is in lower third of temperature range recommended by manufacturer for installation. 27
  28. 28. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidencePART 2 - PRODUCTS2.01 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS A. General: Manufacturers listed in this article include those known to produce the indicated category of prime joint sealer material, either as a nominally pure generic product of as an equivalent performance modification thereof or proprietary product. B. Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, manufacturers offering products which may be incorporated in the work include, but are not limited to the following: Manufacturers of Elastomeric Sealants (Liquid): American Poly-Therm Co.; Sacramento, CA Dow Corning Corp.; Midland, MI Pecora Corp.; Harleysville, PA Sonneborn/Contech, Inc.; Minneapolis MN Standard Dry Wall Products Co.; Miami, FL Mfrs. Of Non-Elastomeric Sealants/Calks (Liquid/Tape): Parr, Inc.; Cleveland, OH Pecora Corp.; Harleysville, PA Protetive Treatments, Inc.; Dayton, OH Sonneborn/Contech, Inc.; Minneapolis, MN Standard Dry Wall Products Co.; Miami, FL Mfrs. Of Rubber and Polymeric Gaskets (Solid/Cellular): Acme Highway Products Corp.; Amherst, NY Norton Co.; Granville, NY Rubatex Corps.; Bedford, VA Standard Products Co.; Port Clinton, OH Williams Products, Inc.; Troy, MI Mfrs. Of Joint Fillers/ Sealant Backers; Backer Rod Mfr & Supply Co.; Denver, CO Dow Chemical Co.; Midland, MI Hercules, Inc.; Middletown, DE J&P Petroleum Products, Inc.; Dallas, TX Sonneborn/ Contech, Inc.; Minneapolis, MN2.02 MATERIALS 28
  29. 29. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceA. General Sealer Requirements: Provide colors indicated or, clear, or if not otherwise indicated, as selected by Architect from manufacturer’s standard colors or clear where available. Select materials for compatibility with joint surfaces and other indicated exposures, and except as otherwise indicated select modulus of elasticity and hardness or grade recommended by manufacturer for each application indicated. Where exposed to foot traffic, select non-tracking materials of sufficient strength and hardness to withstand stiletto hell traffic without damage or deterioration of sealer system.B. Single Component Polyurethane Sealant (1Pu-S): Except as otherwise indicated, provide manufacturer’s standard non-modified, one-art, polyurethane-based, air-curing, elastomeric sealant; complying with either ASRM C 920 Type S Class 25, or FS RR-S-00230C Class A or equal standard; self-leveling grade/type where used in joints of surfaces subject to traffic otherwise non-sag grade/type. Bituminous Modification (-Bit): Where joint surfaces contain or are contaminated with bituminous materials,, provide manufacturer’s modified type sealant which is compatible with joint surfaces (modified with coal tar or asphalt as required).C. Single-Component Silicon Rubber Sealant (12SR-S): Except as otherwise indicated, provide manufacturer’s standard, non-modified, one-part, silicone-rubber-based, air-curing, non-sag, elastomeric sealant; complying with either ASTM C 920 Type S Class 25 Grade NS, or FS TT-S- 001553A Class A Type Non-sag or equal standard.D. Acrylic-Emulsion Sealant (AcEm-S): Provide acrylic-emulsion or latex-rubber-modified acrylic- emulsion sealant compound, permanently flexible, non-staining and non-bleeding; recommended by manufacturer for protected exterior exposure and general interior exposure.E. Butyl Rubber Sealant (BuR-S): Provide polymerized Butyl rubber and inert fillers (pigments), solvent-based with minimum 75% solids, non-sag consistency, tack-free time of 24 hours or less, paintable, non-staining; complying with FS TT-S-001657 or equal standard.F. Preformed Butyl Rubber Sealant (PbuR-S): Provide preformed ribbon or tape (coiled with release paper) of vulcanized Butyl rubber of Butyl/polyisobutylene and inert fillers (pigments); solvent-based with minimum 95% solids, non-sag consistency, tack-free time of 24 hours or less, paintable, non-staining, either with or without reinforcement thread or fabric to prevent stretch (as required by Installer to facilitate proper application).G. Polyisobutylene Mastic Sealant (PibM-S): Provide either liquid or performed ribbon (coiled with release paper) of polyisobutylene- based mastic; nondrying, non-skimming, non-hardening, non- migrating, heavy-bodied as recommended by manufacturer for large joints subject to shear movement but not subject to normal joint movement; grade as recommended by manufacturer for exposures as indicated.H. Bituminous Calking Compound (Btm-CkC): Provide manufacturer’s standard one-part bituminous, general-purpose crack filler or calking compound, containing asphalt or coal tar (as required for compatibility), Butyl rubber, mineral fiber, and other modifiers or fillers.I. Joint Fillers, Pavement Types: Bituminous and Fiber Joint Filler (BtmF-JF): Provide resilient and non-extruding type premolded bituminous impregnated fiber-board units complying with ASRM D 1751; FS JJ-F-341, Type I or equal standard; or AASHTO M 213.J. Other compatible compounds shall be at the option of the Contractor and as approved by the Architect.K. Miscellaneous Materials: 29
  30. 30. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence Joint Primer/ Sealer: Provide type of joint primer/ sealer recommended by sealant manufacturer for joint surfaces to be primed or sealed. L. Bond Breaker Tape (BB-Tp): Provide polyethylene tape or other plastic tape as recommended by sealant manufacturer, to be applied to sealant-contact surfaces where bond to substrate or joint filler must be avoided for proper performance of sealant. Provide self-adhesive tape where applicable. M. Sealant Backer Rod (S-BR): Provide compressible rod stock of polyethylene foam, polyurethane foam, polyethylene jacketed polyurethane foam, Butyl rubber foam, neoprene foam or other flexible, permanent, durable non-absorptive material as recommended by sealant manufacturer for back-up of and compatibility with sealant. Where used with hot- applied sealant, provide heat-resistant type which will not be deteriorated by sealant application temperature as indicated.PART 3 - EXECUTION3.01 INSPECTION A. Installer must examine substrates, (joint surfaces) and conditions under which joint sealer work is to be performed, and must notify contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions. Do not proceed with joint sealer work until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable to Installer.3.02 JOINT PREPARATION A. Clean joint surfaces immediately before installation of gaskets, sealants or calking compounds. Remove dirt, insecure coatings, moisture and other substances which could interfere with seal of gasket or bond of sealant or calking compound. Etch concrete and masonry joint surfaces as recommended by sealant manufacturer. Roughen vitreous and glazed joint surfaces as recommended by sealant manufacturer. B. Prime or seal joint surfaces where indicate, and where recommended by sealant manufacturer. Confine primer/sealer to areas of sealant bond; do not allow spillage or migration onto adjoining surfaces.3.03 INSTALLATION A. Comply with manufacturer’s printed instructions except where more stringent requirements are shown or specified, and except where manufacturer’s technical representative directs otherwise. B. Set joint filler units at depth or position in joint as indicated to coordinate with other work, including installation of bond breakers, backer rods and sealants. Do not leave voids or gaps between ends of joint filler units. C. Install sealant backer rod for liquid-applied sealants, except where shown to be omitt4ed or recommended to be omitted by sealant manufacturer for application indicated. D. Install bond breaker tape where indicated and where required by manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure that liquid-applied sealants will perform as intended. E. Employ only proven installation techniques, which will ensure that sealants are deposited in uniform, continuous ribbons without gaps or air pockets, with complete “wetting” of joint bond surfaces equally on opposite sides. Except as otherwise indicated, fill sealant rabbet to a slightly concave surface, slightly below adjoining surfaces. Where horizontal joints are between a 30
  31. 31. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence horizontal surface and vertical surface, fill joint to form a slight cove, so that joint will not trap moisture and dirt. F. Install liquid-applied sealant to depths as shown or if not shown, as recommended by sealant manufacturer but within the following general limitations, measured at center (thin) section of beads; (not applicable to sealants in lapped joints). 1. For sidewalks, pavements and similar joints sealed with elastomeric sealants and subject to traffic and other abrasion and indentation exposures, fill joints to a depth equal to 75% of joint width, but neither more than 5/8” deep nor less than 3/8” deep. 2. For normal moving joints sealed with elastomeric sealants but not subject to traffic, fill joints to a depth equal to 50% of joint width, but neither more than ½” deep nor less than ¼” deep. 3. For joints sealed with non-elastomeric sealants and calking compounds, fill joints to a depth in range of 75% to 125% of joint width. G. Spillage: Do not allow sealants or compounds to overflow from confines of joints, or to spill onto adjoining work, or to migrate into void of exposed finishes. Clean adjoining surfaces by whatever means may be necessary to eliminate evidence of spillage. H. Recess exposed edges of gaskets and exposed joint fillers slightly behind adjoining surfaces, unless otherwise shown, so that compressed units will not protrude from joints. I. Bond ends of gaskets together with adhesive or “weld” by other means as recommended by manufacturer to ensure continuous watertight and airtight performance. Miter-cut and bond ends at corners unless molded corner units are provided.3.04 CURE AND PROTECTION A. Cure sealants and caulking compounds in compliance with manufacturer’s instructionsand recommendations, to obtain high early bond strength, internal cohesive strength and surfacedurability. Advise Contractor of procedures required for cure and protection of joint sealers duringconstruction period, so that they will be without deterioration or damage (other than normal wear andweathering) at time of substantial completion. Cure and protect sealants in a manner which will minimizeincreases in modulus of elasticity and other accelerated aging effects. Replace or restore sealants whichare damaged or deteriorated during construction period. End of Section 31
  32. 32. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 8: DOORS & WINDOWS08200 wood doors1.01 Finish hardware to be per Section 08710.1.02 Interior doors and jambs: solid core, size and material per drawings.08266 glazed wood doors1.01 Manufacturer to be Duratherm1.02 Provide hardware submittal08350 folding doors1.02 Manufacturer to be Duratherm1.02 Provide hardware submittal08500 windows1.01 Provide shop drawings of all systems for review.1.02 Hardware options: to be specified from manufacture’s standard range.1.03 All windows to be aluminum-frame Blomberg 450 Series, Class II clear anodized finish, dual glazed, low-e.08610 wood skylights1.01 Skylight manufacturer to provide all skylight related flashings, including flashing between operable skylights.1.02 Skylights: Velux VSE Electric venting deck-mounted Flashing: ECB Bug screen: yes Size: 106 Glazing: Comfort Plus Glass Shade: Exterior Heatblock Awning on interior skylights only (5) Keypad: WLI 160 (2), combi-link connectors (4)1.03 Build curbs for mounting per manufacturer’s recommendations.08710 finish hardware and hardware groups1.01 Provide a complete hardware submittal of all systems for review. 32
  33. 33. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence1.02 See cut sheets.1.03 MATERIALS A. Hinges: 1. Type: five knuckle, Baldwin 1030, 1035, 1040 or 1045 as required (or McKinney). Dull Chrome finish. 2. Quantity: Furnish two hinges for doors up to 5 feet high and one additional hinge for each 2-6" of height or fraction thereof over 5 feet. 4. Width: Provide widths sufficient to clear trim projection when door swings 180 degrees. B. Door Stops: 1. All doors to receive a door stop unless otherwise specified. See Hardware Groups. 2. Coordinate in field with Architect exact type at each location. C. Finishes: 1. Stainless steel or satin nickel finish throughout.2.01 HARDWARE GROUPS Manufacturer Abbreviations Baldwin BAL Cool Lines COL Hardware Group 1 = [Dr #x] Interior Door Item Description Manufacturer Latchset TBD, passage Stop Hardware Group 2 = [Dr #x] Interior Door Item Description Manufacturer Latchset TBD, privacy Stop 33
  34. 34. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence08800 glazing1.01 GLAZING TYPES Glazing is specified as GL, followed by codes for its characteristics Example: Characteristics are coded as follows 1: Single Glazing 2: Double Glazing A: Acrylic C: Color, to be selected by architect E: Low E F: Floor glass G: Annealed float glass - ASTM C1036, Type I, Class 1, Quality q3 or better. L: Laminated safety glass M: Mirrored float glass with, with all exposed edges polished smooth. N: Tinted, color to be selected by architect P: Patterned glass, to be selected by architect R: Wire safety glass S: Sandblasted T: Tempered safety glass - Shall meet ANSI Z97.1 test requirements. V: Vision glass - Switch Lite #SWC 10, tempered glass. See cut sheet. U: Translucent W: White End of Section 34
  35. 35. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 9: FINISHES09300 tile1.01 General A. Layout: align joints to give straight, uniform grout lines, parallel to walls. Field verify all layouts with Architect. B. Glass tile to be installed per the manufacturer specifications. C. Architect to approve from sample(s) all tile prior to material purchase and installation. Samples to be submitted from the actual stock from which material will be purchased and represent the range found within the material. D. Architect to approve sample of grout color in actual tile sample prior to grouting on site E. Shower Pan membrane: Cloraloy or equal sheet membrane, no seams. F. Mortar bed at wet walls. Provide waterproof backing membrane with bituthene or equal behind mortar at areas exposed to direct moisture. Provide water resistant membrane behind mortar at all other locations.1.02 Tile Schedule: T-1: Bath –shower walls MFR: Solus Decor Color: Mousse Size: 6” x 36” x 3/4”thick Grout: Hydroment, color TBD Source: Solus Décor, 877.255.3146 T-2: Bath – floor MFR: Solus Decor Color: Mousse Size: 18” x 36” x 1/2”thick Grout: Hydroment, color TBD Source: Solus Décor 1445 Powell Street Vancouver, BC Canada V5L 1G8 877.255.314609640 wood strip flooring1.01 Wood Floor: 3” plank, long boards.1.02 For wood type and finish, refer to 06200 – finish carpentry and 09910 – painting and transparent finishes Source: Flooring Alternative 758 Gilman Street Berkeley, CA 94710 510.550.44491.03 Provide sample for Architect’s approval 35
  36. 36. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence09910 painting and transparent finishes1.01 SUBMITTALS A. Procedure per Section 01300 Submittals. B. Submit 24" square hardboard samples of all colors, one for each color and type of paint to be used. C. Submit stock colors on manufacturers standard large size chips. D. Prepare wood samples on type and quality of wood to be used.1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. As much as possible, select a single manufacturer to provide all materials for the work of this section, especially where systems call for primer coats or bond coats. B. Applicator shall demonstrate 5 years experience with similar projects. C. Finish paint 4ft square on wall each color and review with Architect before completing the application. D. Ensure proper project conditions before painting. E. All painted surfaces to be warranted for one year.1.03 MAINTENANCE A. Provide Owner with one gallon of each color and type of paint used in tightly sealed, clearly labeled cans. Label manufacturer, color mix and phone number on each can.MATERIALS A. FINISH CODING Finishes are described as finishing system.color, example:C. Finishing systems are coded as follows: PT-1 Flat Finish on Gypsum Board, Interior (typical finish for ceilings except as otherwise noted) 1 coat PVA Pigmented Sealer 1 coat Latex undercoat 1 coat Acrylic Latex, a second coat if first does not cover PT-2 Satin finish on Gypsum Board, Interior (typical finish for walls) 1 coat PVA Pigmented Sealer 1 coat Latex undercoat 36
  37. 37. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence 1 coat Acrylic Latex, a second coat if first does not cover PT-3 Semigloss Finish on Wood Cabinets & Casework, Interior 1 coat Primer 3 coats Lacquer, Satin Sheen PT-4 Semigloss Finish on Wood Trim, Interior 1 coat Interior wood primer 2 coat Semi-gloss enamel PT-10 Semigloss Finish on Wood, Exterior 1 coat Exterior wood primer 2 coats Semi-gloss enamel PT-11 Flat Finish on Wood, Exterior 1 coat Exterior wood primer 2 coats Acrylic Latex ST-1 Natural Clear Finish on Wood, Interior 1 coat Sanding sealer, if required 3 coats Satin Conversion Varnish or equal ST-2 Stained Clear Finish on Wood, Interior 1 coat Stain, custom colors 1 coat Sanding sealer, if required 3 coats Satin Conversion Varnish or equal ST-10 Natural Clear Finish on Wood, Exterior 1 coat Sanding sealer, if required 3 coats Satin Conversion Varnish or equal ST-11 Stained Finish on Wood, Exterior 1 coat Stain, custom colors 1 coat Sanding sealer, if required 3 coats Satin Conversion Varnish or equalD. PAINT SCHEDULE: A: MFR: Safecoat Enamal (bath shower window interior) Color: TBD Number: TBD B: MFR: Safecoat Exterior Satin Enamal (window exterior) Color: TBD Number: TBD C: MFR: Timber Pro UV (exterior siding) Color: TBD Number: TBD D: MFR: TBD (wood flooring) Color: TBD 37
  38. 38. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence Number: TBD E: MFR: TBD (wood decking) Color: TBD Number: TBD F: MFR: Tnemec (steel) Primer: Enviro-Prime Series 18 Color: 18-1092 Gray Topcoat: Enviro-Crete Series 156 Color: TBD3.01 GENERAL EXECUTION A. Final coat of paint, or stains on wood shall not be applied to any surface until colors have been accepted by the Architect.3.02 PREPARATION A. Examine all surfaces for conditions that will adversely affect finishes. B. Broom clean rooms and spaces before commencement of work. C. Protect all surfaces not to be painted.3.03 APPLICATION A. Comply with manufacturers recommendations for drying time between coats. B. Finish coats shall be smooth and free of brush marks, streaks, laps or pileup of paints, skipped or missed areas. C. Paint visible surfaces behind vents, registers, or grilles flat black. D. Surfaces Not to Be Painted: 1. Pre-finished or integral color wall, ceiling or floor coverings. 2. Items with factory-applied final finish, unless noted otherwise. 3. Concealed ducts, pipes and conduits. 4. Cabinetry, unless noted otherwise 5. Other items listed as not painted on Drawings. End of Section 38
  39. 39. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 10: SPECIALTIES10300 fireplaces and stoves1.01 Living Room stove: Rais Classic 106, glass doors, top vent. See cut sheet1.02 Poolside fireplace per drawings. Provide shop drawings for Architect’s approval.10800 toilet + bath accessories1.01 Match existing house accessories1.02 Shower curtain rod: 1-1/4” stainless steel pipe w/ stainless steel flanges screwed to wall at ends10826 bathroom mirrors1.01 1/4" tempered glass mirror10900 closet specialties1.01 Closet Poles: 1-1/4” wood1.02 Pole Flanges: Wood rosettes1.03 Closet Curtain rod: TBD End of Section 39
  40. 40. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 11: EQUIPMENT11452 residential appliance schedule (see cut sheets)(reviewing with client for final approval) Item Manuf. Model Remarks Refrigerator U-Line 2175RF Full overlay, left hinge Cooktop Miele KM421 24” Electric, stainless frame Oven Miele H4680B 24” stainless finish, Dishwasher Miele Slimline G832Sci 18” Full overlay Exhaust Fan Broan 335, 1200cfm Remote fan, roof-mounted (Kitchen) Washer Asko W6461 Electric Dryer Electric Asko W6441 Outdoor grill Capital CCE32XCH2BI Grill ignitor Propane Ignition Grill Lover’s system End of Section 40
  41. 41. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 12: FURNISHINGS12492 blinds1.01 Roller shades to be manual roll Mecho Shades A. Recommended supplier:Cutting Edge Drapery, 15 Dorman Ave, San Francisco, CA415.824.6000 End of Section 41
  42. 42. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 15: MECHANICAL15000 mechanical general provisions See electrical/mechanical plans for additional information.15410 plumbing fixture schedule1.01 Kitchen Item Room Manuf. Model Remarks Faucet Kitchen Chicago 540-LD372NHF Brushed nickel 317-PRJKNHF handles Sink Kitchen Elkay ELU211510 integral stainless steel sink Sink Disposal Kitchen Insinkerato Evolution Excel and Satin nickel air switch and drain; r Verify need for power cord kit and Sink Top Switch dishwasher connector kit Soap Kitchen Grohe 28 751 SDO Deluxe XL soap/lotion dispenser Dispenser Stainless Steel1.02 Bath Item Room Manuf. Model Remarks Sink Bath Elkay EWMA4820 Two-station wall-mounted sink LK18B drain Verify hole drilling config Faucets Bath Chicago 540-LD372NHF Brushed nickel (2) 317-PRJKNHF handles Toilet Bath Toto Carlyle Chrome trip lever MS874114SG Shower Bath Grohe Europlus II Chrome combination trim 35233 OOO 42
  43. 43. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence15480 domestic water heater1.01 Heater: to be coordinated with installation by solar thermal contractor. Contractor to provide adequate amp service for tank back-up electric heater.15700 heating + air-conditioning equipment1.01 Heat Pump: Carrier Comfort Series 5KW 38YSA with back-up electric fan coil and matching “Thermidistat” thermostats.15852 registers grilles and diffusers1.01 Exhaust fans at all bathrooms and laundry: Panasonic FV11VF11.02 Ducts to be 8” spiral. Provide submitall.1.03 Supply Vent: Seiho NT 8. See cut sheet.1.04 Return air grille: TBD, provide allowance. End of Section 43
  44. 44. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer ResidenceDIVISION 16: ELECTRICAL16000 electrical general provisions1.01 Contractor to provide power, lighting, switching, dimming, and fixtures per the plans. B. Provide telephone service and all house pre-wiring and jacks per drawings. Provide two CAT5-E communication/phone wires to each phone jack with 2 jack plate. Use TCI/ATT cable for all TV wiring home runs. C. Audio Visual equipment by Owner, General Contractor to accommodate and coordinate as required. General Contractor to do all AV wiring and terminations. D. Verify existing 400-amp service and provide new 200-amp subpanel at Guest Cottage.16140 wiring devicesCover plates for all switches, receptacles, jacks, etc., are to be a matching style. Contractor to furnish submittals of the following: A. Typical on/off lighting switches: Lutron Diva Satin, match existing house color. B. Typical dimmer switches: Lutron Diva Satin, match existing house color. C. Typical receptacles: Lutron Diva Satin, match existing house color. D. Typical Jacks: Lutron Diva Satin, match existing house color. E. Typical coverplates: Lutron Diva Satin, match existing house color. F. AT KITCHENETTE STAINLESS STEEL WALLS: A. Receptacles/switches to be Diva Black. B. Coverplates to be Claro stainless steel, brushed finish G. Plugmold: Wiremold 2000 series, stainless steel. H. Smoke detectors: provide submittal. 44
  45. 45. Project Manual – Gamble-Boyer Residence16501 light fixture schedule1.01 Provide submittal for all fixtures for Architect review.1.02 At kitchen and bathrooms where fluorescent fixtures are required for code, provide any type of fluorescent, code complying fixture and install for final inspections. Following inspections, replace with fixtures scheduled.1.03 Lighting Schedule (see cut sheets) Type Description Manufacturer Lamp Quantity Remarks F1 Wall mount RAB LQ150 9 Paint? QF300 F2 Under cabinet WAC 13W T5 8 white BA-BF-13 F3 Wall mount Stonco 100w incandescent 7 Prismatic globe VK1K NO CAST GUARD VGP100 F4 Recessed TBD 4 ceiling F5 Wall mount Artemide 100W incandescent 2 Tolomeo Wall Spot F6 Wall mount Stonco 100w incandescent 4 Prismatic globe VW1K NO CAST GUARD VGP100 F7 Ceiling Fan Boffi Minimal Air 2 400mm length Boffi Los Angeles 310.458.930016850 television equipment1.01 Flat panel television and bracket provided by owner. Contractor to install. End of Section 45