NorthTech Management Portfolio

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Attached is the 2011 service offerings portfolio for NorthTech Management Inc. NTM offers leading project management service for the Construction and Development of Wireless Telecommunications.

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NorthTech Management Portfolio

  1. 1. Main St, 555 - West Vancouver get@targetbc.com Tool Free > 08004004440 Phone > 55 41 1432.5656 NorthTech Management Inc 1360 Clifton Ave, Suite 380 Clifton, NJ 07012 Toll Free: (800) 504-0527 Phone: (201) 403-7594 Fax: (201) 621-4484 www.NorthTechManagement.com Fully Insured NJ CorporationNorthTech Management Inc provides completeConstruction and Development turnkey managementservices for the fast-paced Telecommunicationsindustry. We have experience managing all aspects ofsite construction relative to new and existing wirelesscommunications facilities. From rawland monopoles,to challenging rooftops, NTM works with youroperations and development teams to ensure a qualityproduct. Our professionals focus on your designcriteria while still meeting the "get it done" timelinesof the wireless industry. We at Northtech prideourselves in our documentation and attention todetail. Too often do small mistakes and oversight leadto costly maintenance issues and un-happy techs. Our Management Incteam’s experienced managers can fill vital rolls in thefield, and office, to make sure your site comes ON AIRper your needed projections. We are the people whoget it done, in the office, on the site… and in between.Our specialty is Project Management Services. Let usbe your go-to team when you have a large complicatedproject with endless deliverables. Having done it, andsupervised it, we know what it takes to get your sitedesigned, constructed, and closed out!Professional Managers, Professional Results…. Revolutionizing Telecommunications…  Construction Project Management  ESD / Maintenance  Site Audits / Hardware Inventory  Site Documentation Packages  Quality Insurance Inspections  Commissioning and Integration  In field Meetings and Supervision  Material Ordering and Budget Plans  Bid Packaging and Contractor Award  Microwave and UWAVE Planning
  2. 2. There are a ton of project management and turn-keyvendors around the tri-state area. We know whatmakes us valuable and we hope to introduce you towhy we are so highly recommended. Documentation,Devotion, and Proactive planning have made ourproduct speak for itself. Have you hired a projectmanager that lost crucial project data due to an oldlaptop? Do you email your PM and here that they Management Inc“were in the field” and could not get your email? “Idon’t have the photos because my camera died!!!” Ifyou are experienced in this industry all of these issuesmay have made you pull your hair out. We know the Construction Project Management:demands of this business and we shine through them. We manage your site from start to finish. We have the ability toOur managers use the best of the best. The latest track a high volume of construction milestones to ensure everyblackberry’s, advanced Lenovo laptops, and digital project is moving optimally. Let us provide your constructioncameras that are water and shock proof. (with extra influence for all management of AE firms, RF, SAC, Zoning,batteries) Why is this important? If you understand Permitting, Construction, and Closeout deliverables. Attend andhow we work you will anticipate the product we give. instruct design walks for new site creation and existing ringWe have been labeled, “the most meticulous project scrubbing. Outline best and most cost effective routing for newmanagers we have ever worked with” by numerous power and telephone utilities. Choose optimal equipmentcompanies in the business. Our focus just begins with locations with crane staging, feasibility, and structural integrityour pride in workmanship….it ends with the detailed factored. Specializing in the demanding NJ / NYC markets, we haveproject packages we give the client. Our Quality experienced endless speed-bumps in the development process, weAssurance will never be compromised. We focus on apply this knowledge to the next project to tighten deliverables.giving you the best site the design allows for. This time We review, comment, and markup all stages of Constructionand every time. This is our promise and our highest Drawings. Lease Exhibits, Zoning Drawings, Preliminary and Finalpriority deliverable. Construction Drawings are all reviewed by our team. From design to buildout we push your process. We have intimate experience managing contractors and vendors to make sure your product is not compromised. We are the crucial filter between your internal operations and the in-field product. We do not just get site’s “ON AIR…” we make sure your permit is closed and all inspections are taken care of. Our service offerings prove priceless to any organization looking to minimize overhead. Let your senior manager’s stay focused in the office. Material planning, budget projections, and mass implementation of new technology is handled for you. Give us your specifications and let us deliver results.
  3. 3. Every company has survived and failed by theircustomer service commitment. We are only as good asour name and we refuse to jeopardize that. If it has ourname on it you can assure that it has been reviewed,checked, and screened before it leaves our doors. Webegin our project with a development meeting tointroduce ourselves. We want to know all of yourmanagers, engineers, and technicians so they have a Management Incface with our name. Give us your specifications andrequirements so we can mandate a professional processto achieve your goals. Expect all communications withus to be uniform and detailed. After our trust has beenearned, our value shines. We do not need to be micro- ESD / Maintenance Project Management:managed like others in the industry. Let us make sure A major key to a successful manager is understanding what it takesnothing falls through the cracks so you can get your job to get the job done. Since we all come from New Builddone. We keep you updated and your contractors Development we excel in managing existing ON AIR sites. Ourworking. Our daily follow up keep jobs moving while knowledge of design parameters allow us to realize why the site isyour internal operations stay healthy. Our mission having issues and how to correct them. If you need to expand yourstatement is simple….. to give you what you need. No platform, add a new sector, or completely relocate cable tray welonger stand for incompetence and procrastination. Let know the logistics involved. NTM tackles even the toughest of siteus make sure it’s done right so your coordinators can issues. Our team jumps on all landlord issues, large or small, tosimply check and file. Trust that if we hand it off to your ensure that your relationships are not tarnished due to roof leaks,operations technicians that it is ready for integration. wind damage, or poor craftsmanship. We coordinate to have all RFOur goal is to keep your relationships healthy and your issues resolved ASAP to keep your site performing at its optimalsite operating optimally. Happy techs + happy landlords level. We coordinate with, AE firms and your leasing specialists, to+ happy inspectors + happy managers are our formula create new drawings and amendments for sector relocations orfor success! equipment moves. No issue is too big or small for our group of qualified construction managers. Full decomms with temporary towers may be a difficult task to leave to your operations team…..let us manage your swap out. Field Operations have grown to love our assistance because it leaves them to work on service impacting tickets. Long and tedious management processes may be put on the back-burner when your site’s service is affected. We do not have to worry about being bogged down by daily monitoring and service quality leaving us time to manage your tedious modifications. Do not contractors take advantage of in-experienced technicians, we know the scope of work, and where the prices should be. We bulk manage telco upgrades, AAV, UMTS, BTS swaps, and fire code compliance.
  4. 4. NorthTech Management Inc1360 Clifton Ave, Suite 380Clifton, NJ 07012Toll Free: (800) 504-0527Phone: (201) 403-7594Fax: (201) 621-4484Ryan@NorthTechManagement.comwww.NorthTechManagement.com Management Inc Documentation Portfolio: In the following pages you will find example documents we use for other clients. We can customize any template for use on your project. Data integrity is a major part of our research and development. Our templates double as an on-site checklist for contractors and field inspections. Since we spend so much time creating and managing these documents, we spend a lot of money protecting them. Our team organizes your data with our proprietary servers and management database. We refuse to lose a single email, an important site photo, or any communication related to the project. NTM is not a “hire and fire” project management company that dismisses process for a paycheck. We look to grow long lasting relationships with our vendors to better all operations. You can expect a professional product with friendly team environment. The most important asset our company can offer are our people. We do not just “place bodies” but we fill positions with the most qualified professional available. Our people look forward to learning and perfecting your processes and procedures.
  5. 5. PROOF OF INSURANCE NKD CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE (MM/DD/YYYY) U0BB 01-26-2011 THIS CERTIFICATEIS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONALINSURED, the policy(ies) must be endorsed. If SUBROGATIONIS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s).PRODUCER CONTACT NAME:PAYCHEX INSURANCE AGENCY INC PHONE (A/C, No, Ext): FAX (A/C, No): (888)443-6112210705 P:()- F:(888)443-6112 E-MAIL ADDRESS:PO BOX 33015 PRODUCERSAN ANTONIO TX 78265 CUSTOMER ID #: INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC #INSURED INSURER A : Sentinel Ins Co LTD INSURER B :NORTHTECH MANAGEMENT INC. INSURER C :1360 CLIFTON AVE STE 380 INSURER D :CLIFTON NJ 07012 INSURER E : en sen strib INC INSURER F : N f edCOVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER: REVISION NUMBER: t I t o ut THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD em on di M INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, ag c or NT EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS.INSR ADDL SUBR POLICY EFF POLICY EXP LTR TYPE OF INSURANCE INSR WVD POLICY NUMBER (MM/DD/YYYY) (MM/DD/YYYY) LIMITS an en d f GENERAL LIABILITY 1,000,000 M ritt ate ty o EACH OCCURRENCE $ C DAMAGE TO RENTED COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY PREMISES (Ea occurrence) $ 1,000,000 CLAIMS-MADE X OCCUR MED EXP (Any one person) $ 10,000 A X General Liab ch r w lic er X 76 SBW VP5888 12/19/2010 01/14/2011 PERSONAL & ADV INJURY $ 1,000,000 Te io up op GENERAL AGGREGATE $ 2,000,000 GENL AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG $ 2,000,000 th pr d pr POLICY PRO- JECT XLOC $ N ou o b t is AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT $ (Ea accident) 1,000,000 ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY (Per person) $ ith t n ALL OWNED AUTOS BODILY INJURY (Per accident) $ w not me or t e SCHEDULED AUTOS A X HIRED AUTOS 76 SBW VP5888 12/19/2010 01/14/2011 PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident) $ is cu X NON-OWNED AUTOS $ d do $ UMBRELLA LIAB EACH OCCURRENCE $ OCCUR a n is EXCESS LIAB CLAIMS-MADE AGGREGATE $ Th DEDUCTIBLE $ RETENTION $ $ WORKERS COMPENSATION WC STATU- OTH- AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY Y/N X TORY LIMITS ER ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE N/A E.L. EACH ACCIDENT $ 1,000,000 A OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? (Mandatory in NH) 76 WEG LU4455 12/19/2010 01/14/2011 E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE $ 1,000,000 If yes, describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT $ 1,000,000DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES (Attach ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, if more space is required)Those usual to the Insureds Operations. SKYNET Wireless Group is named as anAdditional Insured for T-Mobile ESD Project. per the Business Liability FormSS 00 08 attached to this policyCERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BESKYNET Wireless Group Corporation DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE20 US HIGHWAY 46 STE 10TOTOWA, NJ 07512 © 1988-2009 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved.ACORD 25 (2009/09) The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD
  6. 6. Pre-Punchlist Inspection Summary Report Date Inspected : 1/5/2007 QA Inspection Report FORM FORMAT #1 Site Type: X New ExpansionTO :Contractor Preferred Builders Site ID # SI05670CReps Name omited toCollins Steve protect Site Street Address omited to protect 1107 Goethals Rd NorthQ/A Company privacy T-Mobile City, State privacy Staten Island, NYQ/A Inspector Ryan Notarfrancesco Construction Project Mgr Ryan NotarfrancescoINSPECTIONS : BTS Units ANTENNAS GAMMA SECTOR TELCOCorrect Models (1 Main, Expansion) 9 EDTs installed and Configured 9 Backboard Installed (Painted Black) w/ t I t o ut CInstalled in Correct Locations 9 Secured 100%/Proper Mounting 9 GFI Outlet X en sen strib INBTS Properly Installed (4 Bolts) 9 Proper Height 9 Basement=Telco Backboard (Black) w/ N f edPrimary Protection Module 9 Proper Orientation (Digital Scope) NP GFI Outlet & meets VZ standards NA em on di TM3" or 2 Conduit to interconnect@ CAB 9 Proper MDT (Digital Level) NP AMP box installed @ dunnage Box NAT-1 W/ connect end to Cabinet "A" (Main) 9 Grounded (Cadweld) NP Cat 5 24-26 gg Belden and Dragline NA ag c or of NBase Plate Installed With Weep Holes 9 Weather proof 3/4" tape, Scotch Coat NP 10 FT. Slack in Telco Box & Sub-base 9Silicone ROX Blocks/Boots Installed Cold Galve Aplied where necessary NP Smartjack installed in correct location 9Jumpers to Proper BTS 9 6 Hardline Jumpers @ Antennas 9 Battery Cabinet1" Min. Sealtight for Power in Sub-base 9 Proper Support (Butterfly Clips) 9 (6) #4 power cables to reach top BTS 9 M ritt ate rty C8 Superflex Reach BTS Combiners 9 Proper Color Codes 9 Connected to the proper terminals 9 ch r w lic opeCheck for operations data cable 9 Install Protection for coax cables 9 (1) Cat5 run to reach the top of BTS 9Check if all jumper ends are taped an en d 9 (1) Battery booster installed 9Proper Support (Butterfly Clips) 9 Te io up r 9 GROUNDING & OTHER th pr d s pProper Color Codes ELECTRICAL Copper-Shield Between Connectors 9 ANTENNAS AlPHA SECTOR 9 9 or t e t i 200 Amp Main Disconnect Switch Cold Galve Applied Where NecessaryEDTs Installed and Configured 9 Ericsson 40 Amp Breaker for Each BTS 9 Proper Grounding (no uphill grounds) 9 N ou o b enSecured 100%/Proper Mounting 9 Nortel 70 Amp Breaker for Each BTS 9 Groundbar Mounted on Insulators 9 9 9 9 w not cumProper Height 20 Amp breaker for Each GFI Outlet One Ground Lead Per Set of LugsProper Orientation (Digital Scope) NP Label Breakers Inside Box X (No Piggybacking) 9Proper MDT (Digital Level) NP Breaker Box Closed and Sealed X Heat Shrink Tubing Applied to Leads 9 9 is oGrounded (Cadweld) NP AC Cabinet Grounded NP Stainless steel hardware ith t d is dWeather proof 3/4" tape, Scotch Coat NP Permanent Power X All Required Groundbars in Place 9Cold Galve Aplied where necessary NP Turn Cab on and check for lights Acceptable Site Not Sevice effecting 96 Hardline Jumpers @ Antennas 9 Check for power fuses 9 an ThProper Support (Butterfly Clips) 9 Breaker Panel Complete (Knockouts) 9Proper Color Codes 9 CONDUITInstall Protection for coax cables 9 Fire Stop at Wall Penetrations 9 ANTENNAS BETA SECTOR Unistrut Supports 9EDTs Installed and Configured 9 Silicone on all unistrut 9 OTHER ITEMSSecured 100%/Proper Mounting 9 Sweeps Approved 9Proper Height 9 CABLE TRAY RF signed posted NAProper Orientation (Digital Scope) NP Installed Cover 100% NA PICTURES OF THE SITE NPProper MDT (Digital Level) NP All Tray Sections Grounded NA Remove materials and Trash 9Grounded (Cadweld) NP Stencil (Do Not Step or Stand) NAWeather proof 3/4" tape, Scotch Coat NP Install Protection for Coax Cables NACold Galve Aplied where necessary NP Sleepers/Mats Installed for Cable Tray NA6 Hardline Jumpers @ Antennas 9 Hurrican clamps installed NAProper Support (Butterfly Clips) 9Proper Color Codes 9Install Protection for coax cables 9 Color Code Key Item Acceptable and 100% Complete 9 Photo Documentation Needed for Approval NP Not Acceptable/Complete X * ALL items must be completed by contractor IMMEDIATELY. This site will not be released by VS until ALL deficiencies are repaired.
  7. 7. Pre-Punchlist Inspection Summary ReportSITE NOTES:D14 Walk completed without any open items… below are the QA items needed to be completedOTHER DEFICIENCIES:BTS Units:Need to install entry panel under BTS to support Jumpers entering bottom of cabinet (Silicone once complete)Need to silicone all openings in subbase of BTSInstall black border around bottom of steel subbase (black kickplates that come with subframe)Install blank entry panel or plate around open side of subbase t I t o ut CAntennas: en sen strib INNeed to weatherseal jumpers as the future cables are only capped off with plastic cap - Please use weatherproof bag and electrical tapeClean up and support homerun cable as it is currently hanging off t-arm N f edNeed photo documentation of all antenna work completed on monopole em on di TM Need photos of all antennas plum and level Need photos of all grounding, color coding, and protcol adapter cabling ag c or of NConduit:Complete UMTS conduits as they are not terminated into PPCMust weatherproof all open ends of exposed future conduit M ritt ate rty C ch r w lic opeCoax & Jumpers: an en dCleanup and add extra supports to jumpers entering BTS from bottom once entry ports are installed Te io up r th pr d s p or t e t i N ou o b enElectrical: w not cumRepair or replace gasket in LB entering PPC cabinet - weatherseal is hanging out of coverLabel exterior door of PPC with etched "T-Mobile" tagLabel all breakers with laminated labels - Permanent marker will not be acceptable is oPaint wood backboard in the interior of PPC black ith t d is dCable Bridge:Another piece of grating will be needed to protect exposed cables routed under rear W16x26 an ThTelco:Complete UMTS telco conduit to PPC / Cap off and electrical tape open end as it is currently exposed to the elements (same for power conduit)Cleanup telco area - remove conduit and hardware on floorGrounding & Other:Need to install (4) Bollards as per page A02 on CdsFill empty voids around concrete piers with asphalt to match existing - All area around piers where asphalt was removed needs to be replacedRepair barbed wire fence - Barbed wire needs to reflect the original condition before we started constructionReplace lock on safety hatch to ladder inside compound as the other froze and had to be cutNeed photo documentation of BTS grounded to ground bar (Due to jumpers it is difficult to see the groudn lead coming out of BTS) * ALL items must be completed by contractor IMMEDIATELY. This site will not be released by VS until ALL deficiencies are repaired.
  8. 8. QA Inspection Report EMAIL FORMAT #2Dimce/Erik, BQ06161B – 64-35 223rd Place, Queens, NY Below is the list of open QA items on the above site. We still have to wire up and install the lights on the pole but Iam currently battling that out with the pole manufacturer. Please have the below listed items corrected by 3/26 with photosin my inbox by COB on Friday the 27th. Also attached is the downtilt report for the site. Please print and leave inside theBTS door along with the RF config sheet and a set of the plans. QA Items: t I t o bu C 1. Install 24” MGB inside porthole to replace sector bar en n ri IN d 2. Upon replacing ground bar inside pole porthole need to reconnect all ground leads – scotch coat and re-install porthole covers with both screws N f te 3. Ground tower base flange in 3 locations – remove paint – cadweld lead to pole flange – leads are to be em on di TM directly into the ground ring 4. Completely wrap all cables leaving porthole so that cables are not resting on side of porthole opening – use ½” neoprene mat ag c or N 5. Install pressure treated wood border around compound – 2x12 pressure treated as per plans with railroad ties se st or stakes an en d of 6. Install plastic bushing over open threads on 1 ¼ conduit inside subbase 7. Scotch coat all weatherproofing – connectors and ground kits on all cables 8. Complete installation of expansion joint in concrete pad – verify saw cut is to proper depth M ritt ate rty C 9. Fix ground bars at all ice bridge posts for sectors – need to ensure that ground lead is flipped to opposite side of bar for all leads heading into ground ring ch r w plic pe 10. Remove duct tape form all future conduit caps….if caps do not properly fit please replace with approve caps so that tape is not necessary 11. Replace all #2 tin leads that are protected with sealtight – sheathing must be liquid tight protections Te io u ro WITHOUT metal lining 12. Install flexible grounding strap on fence gate entrance – call me if you have questions th pr d p 13. Add at least 3” additional stone to level and correct grade inside compound 14. Install additional signs on fence “WARNING do not enter fenced areas” – I have this sign in my truck or t be is 15. Install seed and hay covering in all trenched areas – fix grade and return to previous conditions 16. Paint entrance curbing yellow where fence gate opensN ou o nt 17. Re-stripe parking lot and install curb stop to complete and closeout parking permit ith t t e Photos Needed: (In addition to the above) w no um 1. Photos of (2) layers of weed guard installed beneath stone inside compound 2. Photos of depth and installation process for underground ground ring & rods 3. Photos of open trench for electrical and telco conduits is oc 4. Photos of depth and installation process for concrete equipment pads 5. Photos of depth and installation process for bollards d d 6. Photos of depth and installation process for fence posts & ice bridge posts 7. Photos of depth and installation process for concrete equipment padsan is 8. Required Antenna and RF photos as per my email for flagpole photos Th Closeout Package Requirements-Closed Permit Sign Off: ***COP must be submitted to PM no more than 3 weeks from construction complete: 1. Sign off letter for electrical permit pulled by GC for “General Wiring” 2. Release of liens from General Contractors and all Sub – Contractors 2. Redline - As built drawings (2 Sets) showing all changes with each page signed off by GC on every page - (1) set on 8 1/2 x11 printout - (1) set on 11x17 printout (if applicable or any notes are blurry on letter size paper) 3. Return of Surplus Materials – list of all excess materials 4. Guarantee / Warranty on work for one year – signed and notarized by GC 5. Notice of Construction Complete – signed and notarized by GC 6. Warranties, OEM Manuals, cut-sheets (NA) 7. Approved QA printed out and signed by GC 7. Photos of corrected punchlist items (can be on CD with other photos) 8. Printout of sweep test results 9. Photos of preconstruction conditions, construction process, completed installation (on CD)
  9. 9. Th an is d d is oc w no um ith t t e N ou o nt or t be is th pr d pBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-03 BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-01 Te io u ro ch r w plic pe M ritt ate rty an en d of ag c or N em on di TM se st en n ri IN t I t o bu C N f te C dBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-04 BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-02
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  11. 11. Th an is d d is oc w no um ith t t e N ou o nt or t be is th pr d p BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-06BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-07 (1) Te io u ro ch r w plic pe M ritt ate rty an en d of ag c or N em on di TM se st en n ri IN t I t o bu C N f te C dBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-08 BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-07
  12. 12. Th an is d d is oc w no um ith t t e N ou o nt or t be is th pr d p BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-09BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-09 (2) Te io u ro ch r w plic pe M ritt ate rty an en d of ag c or N em on di TM se st en n ri IN t I t o bu C N f te C dBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-10 BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-09 (1)
  13. 13. Th an is d d is oc w no um ith t t e N ou o nt or t be is th pr d pBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-10 (3) BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-10 (1) Te io u ro ch r w plic pe M ritt ate rty an en d of ag c or N em on di TM se st en n ri IN t I t o bu C N f te C dBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-11 BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-10 (2)
  14. 14. Th an is d d is oc w no um ith t t e N ou o nt or t be is th pr d pBQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-15 BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-12 Te io u ro ch r w plic pe M ritt ate rty an en d of ag c or N em on di TM se st en n ri IN t I t o bu C N f te C d BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-14BQ06161B-Const-QA-Item-15 (1)
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  17. 17. BIDNOTES Bidminutes Report Site Build Pricing Information FORM FORMAT #1 T-Mobile New Site Bid Information protect privacy omited to Site ID Project Manager Bidwalk Date / Time BK04091B Ryan Notarfrancesco omited to protect privacy Monday 6/23/08 @ 11:30am Site Address Project Manager Phone Ebid Due Date / Time 2126 Dorchester Road 201-403-7594 Start: Thursday 6/26 @ 12:00 pm Brooklyn, NY 11226 omited to protect privacy End: Friday 6/27 @ 12:00 pm Site Type Alt Project Contact Ebid Contact Rooftop Peter Ghazzawi Diane Kazinowski omited to protect privacy Tower Owner / LL Alt Contact Phone Ebid Contact Phone LL/MGMNT CO: Bill Stanley (914) 380-8220 201-248-0768 973-397-4829 SUPER: Tony (347) 400-6779 Apt 1L omited to protect privacy T-Mobile Contractor Information nt omited to protect privacy C on dCompany Representative Phone Email IN c te seLeone Electric Erik Kaiser 201-697-6650 ekaiser@leoneelectric.net t en caCompany Representative Phone EmailSkyline Steel Matt Berberich 862 849-6046 Matt.Skyline@Comcast.net em w du ty en tt liCompany Representative Phone Email ag or be er ri pSquan Construction Vinny Bongiardina 914-261-8917 bongiardina@gmail.comCompany Representative Phone Email an ri o opTEG Roger Vidal 646-407-4936 rvidal@teg1.comCompany Representative Phone Email M tp t r h ou ot is pCompany Representative Phone Email omited toStandard Construction Guidelines - UPDATED AS PER NEW FIRE CODES - NEW UPDATES 4/21/08 T-Mobile T Mobile protect privacy T it is nt PAYMENT: GC will NOT receive final 25% until QA Items are complete and CloseOut Package are approved by PM th w d e SCHEDULE: GC must schedule build around timelines set forth by PM - If overtime/off hours is required GC to include in bid price n or d an m INSPECTIONS: GC must call to verify inspections PRIOR to starting construction, File all permits applicable that are not provided by TM DOCUMENTS: GC MUST HAVE the most up-to-date revision of Construction Plans w/ RF Config Sheet on site at ALL TIMES N ute C ocu DOCUMENTS: GC must have DOB Approved - Stamped & Certified Construction Documents on site in BTS at ALL TIMES CONCRETE/FOUNDATIONS: Must be 5000psi (High Early at PMs request) - Tickets/Receipts must be kept and given to PM ec h CONDUIT - Galvanized Rigid Steel for all underground applications - NO EXCEPTIONS or ALTERNATIVES IN s d CONDUIT - Galvanized Rigid Aluminum with PM /AE Approval - Building & Rooftop Routing CONDUIT - FIRE CODE UPDATE - All Conduits MUST BE COLOR CODED (Red = High Voltage / Orange = Low Voltage) st M hi CONDUIT - FIRE CODE UPDATE - GC is responsible for installing permanent, waterproof, reflective or luminescent Identification as per code TELCO - (6) Individually Colored Beldin Cat 5E Model 1624R Sheilded Cables ONLY (Example below - NO EXCEPTIONS) di NT T SWEEPS: Sweeps are to be completed by General Contractor in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, & the Bronx - Formatted & Sent to PM SWEEPS: Sweeps are to be completed by T-Mobile Field Operations in Staten Island & New Jersey Markets - GC RF Crew Present T-Mobile Site Build Summarization of b Item Description - Type, Model, or Size Installed By Supplied By ri 1 BTS Cabinets Nortel S1800 GC T-Mobile omited to protect or of 12 Coaxial Cables Alpha (4) 1 5/8" Cables, Beta (4) 7/8" Cables, Gamma (4) 1 /2" Cables GC T-Mobile 3 Antennas RFS Quad Pole 16PVL - NEW STYLE AISG Antennas GC privacy T-Mobile 3 Antenna Mounts (1) Goalpost Style Mount (1) Channel with Individual Mast Pipes (1) Frame Mount GC GC 0 TMA NA NA NA 0 Access Ports/Doghouse NA NA NA 1 BTS Platform Spanning work platform - Decorative Cornice and Pockets See Below GC GC 1 Meter/Disconnect 200amp Meterpan w/ Fused Disconnect T-Mobile T-Mobile 1 Telco Location 4x4 Backboard in basement T-Mobile T-Mobile 1 Power Location Front electrical room of building along Flatbush (to be upgraded by TM) NA NA 1 Telco Disconnect/Tap Install Double Barrel Lug-Load of Disconnect - Indoor Enclosure w/ 20A - 65K brea GC GC 1 Main Power Conduit (1) 2" Conduit fromTM Service Disconnect to 200amp Power Panel at BTS GC GC 1 Power for Telco Conduit (1) 3/4" Conduit from Dedicated Telco Breaker at Disconnect routed to telco demarc GC GC 1 Main CAT5 Telco Conduit (1) 2" from Telco demarc in basement routed to telco box at BTS equipment GC GC 0 Additional Materials NA NA NA 1 Access Door Access door with frame to be installed for access to roof with fire code push bar GC GC 1 Signage 24x7 Survallence sign as per prints GC GC Page 1 of 5
  18. 18. Detailed Item Description> SAFETY: ˜ GC must follow all OSHA rules and regulations AT ALL TIMES ON JOB SITE! ˜ Crane usage - Rope off areas below working area where foot traffic is possible, re-route traffic away from entire crane footprint ˜ T-Mobile reserves the right to immediately stop the work on any site where work is conducted in an unsafe manner. T-Mobile requires resolution of the safety issue. Continued failure to adhere to these safety regulations will result in the contractor’s removal from the bid list T-Mobile will not authorize COs incurred if GC will have to open roof to verify installation In the event of a dispute, failure to provide photo documentation will result in contractor being held liable for any and all post construction related claims. In addition, contractor will provide post-construction photo documentation to T-Mobile illustrating any damage caused and completion of construction.> WORK HOURS / ACCESS: GC to comply with all timelines set forth by PM - GC to work weekends to achieve deadlines Standard Working Hours - Mon-Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm - Weekend Work Upon Approval Need to schedule access with super> CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE: GC to supply certificate of insurance within 72 hours of job awarded: nt GC is to contact Bill Stanley (914) 380-8220 for insurance information C on d Please show above company as certificate holder and additionally insured as per Buildings instruction IN c te se> BUILDING REGULATIONS / PROTECTION: t en ca GC is responsible for all photo documentaion of all pre-exisitng conditions All areas where future work will be completed, walkways or access paths traveled, and materials staged MUST be docuemnted by GC em w du ty BEFORE start of construction - In the event of a discrepancy w/ the owner GC may be responsible to reconcile issue at GCs EXPENSE en tt li GC MUST protect all working areas on rooftops with Masonite or Plywood - All stored materials must sit on roof protection ag or be er ri p Hallways, Elevators, and Stairwells traveled by GC MUST be protected with Poly, Masonite, or Plywood ˜ GC to store all materials in proper roof locations to prevent damage and distribute weight on structural areas of roof an ri o op Hallway - Elevator: > Halls and elevators are to be cleaned daily especially at penthouse landing M tp t r > If super does not provide elevator protection GC is to protect walls and floor with masonite h ou ot is p > Paper or masonsite is going to be installed from elevator exit to rooftop bulkhead entry point Permit Posting: > GC is to post copy of work permit placards> ACCESS DOOR REPLACEMENT / SIGNAGE: T it is nt GC is to supply and isntall new steel security access door with fire code push bar, alarm, and locking deadbolts on pushbar (Detial to follow) th w d e GC to supply and install survallience signs as per CDs n> CRANE: or d an m GC is responsbile for obtaining all applicable crane permits - Street Closures and Crane Staging N ute C ocu GC is responsible for posting "NO PARKING" signs in along street and or in areas where vehicles will impeed crane operation GC is to take detailed photo documentation of existing conditions in area of Crane Staging - Surrounding Areas - Lift Areas GC is FULLY responsible for any damages caused to Asphalt, Concrete, and or any other surfaces damaged by crane - outriggers ec h GC is to document areas where boom could possibly damage building or surroudnings as GC will be held responsible for any damages IN s d GC is to post signs and block foot traffic in all areas of crane footprint Building Height is approximately 45 high - There is approx 10 of front sidewalk - Dunnage is in rear of building GC is responsible to supply all crane permits necessary from DOT and City st M hi Crane pick to be staged from Dorchester Rd - GC to coordinate GC to bid full street closure - Partial may be possible due to (2) lane Traffic di NT T> Work Platform/Ladder: GC is responsible for all HARDWARE & THREADED ROD needed to install all antenna mounts and platform GC is responsible for prepping top of parapet walls - form out and level with non-shrink grout GC to shoot levels to ensure that both parapets are prepped properly and steel will be 100% level once installed on bearing plates of b ALL CUT STEEL PIECES MUST BE SPRAY GALVED AFTER BEING CUT TO AVOID RUST ri GC is to silvercoat entire roof underneath entire footprint of work platform GC is to ensure that ALL HILTI attachments for steel are inserted properly and not on an angle or of GC is to ensure that all washers/nuts are properly torqued on all threaded rod as per D14 specs - spray galve all attachment points GC is to ensure that all threaded rod has at least (3) exposed threads past nut - IF NOT GC WILL REMOVE AND REINSTALL GC will fill beam pockets with bricks to match existing - non shrink grout as per plans GC is to completely outline I-Beam and sides of pocket with silicone to ensure there is not future cracking - seal around beams GC will supply steel and antenna mounts - GC will supply all installation materials needed for HILTIs GC will deliver steel to site day of crane pick - GC must prep walls at least 3 days in advance to allow for proper cure time GC is to install steel as plans as per C03-C04C of REV1 of Construction Drawings GC is to remove masonry for beam pockets - GC is to prep parapet walls with grout to level and fill all voids GC is to provide photos of preexisting conditions before grout GC is to provide photo documentation of 6" min. hilti embedment - 2 - L 6x6x3/8" with 2 - 3/8" Stiffener Plates 10 attachements per angle GC is to show that beam has at least 4" embedment onto bearing plate inside wall GC is to show that 5/8" HILTIs have at least 10" embedment through top of parapet wall inside sloped roof GC is to show that wall is filled with non-shrink grout and parapets are prepped before custom post down inside sloped roof PHOTO DOCUMENTATION DOCUMENTATION: > GC is to take photos of all pre existing conditions as well as process for leveling parapet walls > GC to take photos when the walls are leveled off with grout - and day that the beam is set to ensure proper cure time > Show minimum thread depth per Hilit attachment to brick- photos showing the bearing plate and rubber mat in pocket Page 2 of 5
  19. 19. Detailed Item Description> BTS Equipment: When installing Nortel S1800 BTS - GC will supply the below installation hardware P0600637 SCR, CAP, HEX HD, M16 X 2 X 30MM, SST, PASSIVATED P0865115 WASHER, FLAT, M16, ID: 17MM, OD: 30MM, THK: 3MM. SST P0865132 WASHER, CONICAL SPRING, BELLEVILLE TYPE, ID: 0.65> BTS Equipment: (1) Nortel S1800 BTS - Bolted directly to cross support beams on platform - NOT GRATING GC is to coordinate MAIN BTS location with PM GC is responsible for connecting batteries in sub-base - jumping batteries together GC is responsible for connecting batteries to terminals inside BTS to complete battery hookup Documentation to be in BTS AT ALL TIMES: > Copy of all permits > Original copy of full site city approved cosntruction drawings (Supplied by PM) > RF config sheet > Serial numbers for ACU motors nt> ANTENNA MOUNTS: C on d GC MUST INSTALL MOUNT - ANTENNAS SO THAT top of antenna is not more than 6 above top of parapet wall!!! IN c te se IF MOUNT OVERHANGS ANY PARAPET WALL GC MUST JUSTIFY POSITIONING WITH PM to ensure that mount is not on someone elses property or over someone elses airspace t en ca GC is to supply caps on all pipes that are penetrating roof - pipe caps are to be welded to the top of pipes pentrating roof All hardware must be installed as per work platform specs - If any piece of threaded rod does not have (3) threads exposed GC will em w du ty have to reinstall specified attachment point en tt li GC is to contact PM prior to hanging antennas for primary Antenna Location ag or be er ri p GC is to coordinate with PM at least 48 hours in advance of hanging mounts - antennas to have RF on site to verify antenna azimuth Antenna Mounts Painted to Match an ri o op GC will supply antenna mounts including kickbacks - GC must supply threaded rod and hardware needed for install and HILTI attachments Antenna sector mount detail is on REV 1 of the CDs page C05-C06 M tp t r Alpha Sector: Frame mounted - posted down to top of parapet wall inside roof w/ kickbacks h ou ot is p > GC is to rebuild approx 20 in height x 81/2" long section of front parapet wall BEFORE mounting antenna frames > GC is to rebuild front parapet wall along Flatbush and side parapet wall along Dorchester as per above specs > (2) kickbacks as per plans - GC is to photo document each step in installation as per below photo details section > 3" Mast Pipe for mast pipe attached with custom baseplate (2) 5/8" HILTI x 6" deep T it is nt > GC is to field verify BEFORE antenna mount fabrication so that mast pipe is 6 above roofline - including fi i h d h i ht i id roof i t fi ld if t t f b i ti th t t i i b fli i l di finished height inside f > GC is to install pitch pocket with HARDENING chemcurb roofing system inside pitch pocket to harden completely th w d e > GC is to install frame level to ground without manual downtilts / mast pipes and antennas must be at 90 degrees n Beta Sector: Individual Mast Pipes on Channel or d an m > 2 1/2" Mast pipe attached to inside of parapet wall - Mounted to MC12x31x9/6" channel w/ 3 seperation on antennas > GC is to ensure that top of mast pipe is 6 above top of cap on parapet wall N ute C ocu > GC is to install frame level to ground without manual downtilts / mast pipes and antennas must be at 90 degrees > GC is to photo document depth of HILTI in channel installation Gamma Sector: Goalpost w/ Kickbacks to dunnage ec h IN s d > 3" Mast Pipe for mast pipe attached with custom baseplate (2) 5/8" HILTI x 6" deep > GC is to field verify BEFORE antenna mount fabrication so that mast pipe is 6 above roofline - including finished height inside roof > GC is to install pitch pocket with HARDENING chemcurb roofing system inside pitch pocket to harden completely st M hi > (2) kickbacks as per plans - GC is to photo document each step in installation as per below photo details section > GC is to install frame level to ground without manual downtilts / mast pipes and antennas must be at 90 degrees di NT T> ANTENNAS: GC is to provide photos of digital smart level on the side of all antenna to ensure that antennas are plum GC is to provide photos of digital smart level on the top of all antennas - photos to prove level - individual photos per antenna GC is to provide photos showing that each antenna is 100% level without manual downtilt - UNLESS INSTRUCTED FOR MDT of b GC to install (3) RFS APXV16DWC Model Antennas as per RF Config Sheet - NEW STYLE AISG ANTENNAS!! ri T-Mobile will supply new style AISG antenna - All serial numbers must be matching on back of antenna GC to coordinate with PM before hanging antenna to ensure primary antenna location or of GC to route all control cables from bottom of antenna panel down to BTS - small .5 jumpers from motor to motor are to be staggered GC is to dress in all control cables neatly - spool and ziptie extra length in cable tray so it is not visible GC is to support jumpers on mast pipe up to antenna - beam clamps banded to mast pipes - snap in jumpers for support GC is to supply all serial numbers from the bottom of the antenna control motors before site QA/Comissioning> CABLE RUN DETAILS: ALL weatherproofing connections are to be scotch coated to prevent electrical tape deterioration GC MUST connectorize and route cables as per T-Mobile RF Config - MUST BE ON SITE AT ALL TIMES GC is to install (12) RFS cables 4 - 7/8" / 4 - 1 5/8" - 4 - 1/2" SUPPLIED BY T-Mobile GC is to perform all sweeps as per new sweep specs emailed to GCs by Ron Moore on 9/26/2007 - 2G NEW SWEEP FORMAT All cables are to be routed via covered cable tray - tray and accessories to be supplied by TM No sector ground bars - C-Tap all ground leads at antenna gorund kits - No Uphill grounding - - use MGB at platform CABLES CANNOT TOUCH ANY GROUNDING - #2 or ground bars - all #2 to be routed inside trayaway from cables through insulated clips Alpha: ( ) 1 5/8" RFS cables in tray - (2) ground kits p line at antenna and BTS p (4) y ( )g per Beta: (4) 7/8" RFS cables in tray - (2) ground kits per line at antenna and BTS Gamma: (4) 1/2" RFS cables in tray - (1) ground kits per line at BTS Page 3 of 5
  20. 20. Detailed Item Description> CABLE TRAY ROUTING: GC is to route all cable tray as per Construction Drawings unless authorized otherwise by PM GC is to follow code that cable tray must be at least 4 off inside face of bldg where parapet walls are not at specified height as per AE GC is to install cable tray on 4" PVC sleepers attached to neoprene pad - GC to extend neoprene pad 2" past bottom of sleeper If GC is instructed to double stack sleepers as per LL or PM then GC is responsible for inserting preassure treated wood in bottom sleeper to avoid weight of tray cracking bottom sleeper GC is to spray "DO NOT STEP OR STAND" on cable tray cover - MUST USE STENCIL - (1) warning per length of tray GC is to install (3) hurricane clamps per length of cable tray - where tray bends and (3) do not fit isntall (1) before and (1) after bend GC is to install ground jumpers (bonding strips) between each section of tray - install coppersheield between tray and ground lugs GC is to protect ALL SIDES of open and or cut cable tray to protect jumpers - cut back 7/8" cable sheathing and wrap around all cut or open faces of cable tray - drill holes in sides and tray cover - ziptie cable shealthing to tray GC is to route cable tray up to bulkhead - GC is to transition cables using z-brackets up penthouse and over bulkhead GC to make tight bends without using cable tray - unless approved to go over skylight by LL - on opposite side of bell tower> ELECTRICAL: GC is responsible for obtaining ALL permits other than standard building permit GC MUST firestop all conduit penetrations on both sides of penetration with approved red firestopping puddy and or non-shrink grout nt GC is to install laminated - weatherproof P-Tocuh labels in breaker panels for all items C on d GC is to install T-Mobile etched tags on all T-Mobile junction boxes and power-telco panels IN c te se Main Electrical Service Routing: E02 (190ft 5 core drills) - ALL CONDUIT RISERS PAINTED TO MATCH Electrical Wiring - (3) #3/0 AWG THHW - (1) #4 ground in 2" Conduit - Approx linear 120 t en ca 200amp Meterpan/Disconnect Existing by TM - GC to install new Siemens Breaker Enclosure for Power to Telco GC is responsible for routing 2" conduit from disconnect in basement electrical room to rooftop mounted 200amp Outdoor breaker panel em w du ty Outdoor 200amp Breaker Panel Provided by TM - GC to install (1) 2 pole 70amp, (1) 2 pole 40amp, and (2) 1 pole 20amp breakers en tt li BID ROUTING: ag or be er ri p From Disconnect in front of basement electrical room - tight to ceiling through basement storage area - into basement "survallence" room All walls are partition / sheetrock walls inside storage area - core drill through floor and into tenant space (currently vacant) an ri o op Route through tenenat space - firestop penetrations - paint pipes to match walls - core drill through ceiling - pitch pocket through roof Depending upon conduit exit conduits may be routed along lower roof - Risers Painted to Match - Continue conduits over parapet wall M tp t r Conduits routed along roof to dunnage location - 2" Electrical conduit to be terminated in 200amp power panel on dunnage h ou ot is p All breakers are to be labeled in panel with p-touch laminated labeler - Outside of box to have T-Mobile etched tag installed on door GC to install (1) 2 pole 70amp for each Nortel S1800 BTS, (1) 2 pole 40amp for future UMTS, and (2) 1 pole 20amp breakers GC is to paint all exterior conduits to match building and also comply to the code below - Electrical conduit to be identified Electrical Conduits MUST BE MARKED AS FOLLOWS - RED=HIGH VOLTAGE (detials below) Reflective Warning Tape on Conduit T it is nt NEW FIRE CODE: (Affective to all site builds as of 4/21/08 for CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES) GC is responsible for installing permanent, waterproof, reflective or luminescent Identification as per code 504.4.2 of new fire code th w d e Electrical conduits are to be marked RED for high voltage wiring, ORANGE for low voltage wiring n Power to BTS: E02 or d an m Supply and install (3) #3 and (1) #4 Ground in 2" conduit from 200amp breaker panel to Nortel BTS N ute C ocu GC is to route (1) 2" conduit from 200amp Breaker Panel to subframe of BTS - all wiring in BTS to be ran in sealtight GC is responsible for wiring power in Nortel S1800 BTS Power to Telco: E02 ec h GC to install NEMA1 Siemens enclosure off disconnect in basement for power to Quad Outlet on telco board IN s d Install 1-Pole 20AMP-65,000AIC breaker used for dedicated power to telco board Route (1) 3/4" conduit from new Siemens panel next to mains service disconnect - route to telco demarc approx 50ft GC to install NEMA1 Siemens enclosure off disconnect in basement for power to Quad Outlet on telco board st M hi> TELCO: di NT T (2) T1s are to be accepted on backboard in basement along wall lining Dorchester Rd Telco Conduit Routing:(160ft 3 core drill) - ALL CONDUITS PAINTED TO MATCH FOR RISERS GC is to route (1) 2" aluminum conduit from telco demarc in front of basement to dunnage (meet and follow same route as power) Telco on Roof: of b T-Mobile will supply a 2x2 Outdoor rated Hoffman box to be mounted to our work platform by GC on a unistrut frame as per plans GC will terminate 2" Telco conduit from telco demarcation in BOTTOM of rooftop hoffman box ri GC will paint backboard inside Hoffman box - BLACK - GC to install (1) dual GFCI outlet in Hoffman box from adjacnet power panel GC will install (1) 20amp breaker in T-Mobile breaker panel dedicated to newly installed GFCI outlet in telco box or of GC to ENSURE that sealtight between power panel and telco box is properly supported and weather tight GC tis to leave T-Mobile supplied AMP box inside Hoffman box on dunnage for FOPS to mount when they punch down CAT5 Telco Cables CAT5 to be pulled in conduit: GC is to install Belden Model 1624R CAT5 rated wire - NO EXCUSES OR SUBSTITUES GC will pull (6) indiviudally colored CAT5 cables from demarc to Hoffman box - leaving a 10 spool at either side GC is to include (1) dragline with (6) CAT5 cable for future upgrade needs See Below Photo of approved Belden Cable Detailed Item Description Page 4 of 5
  21. 21. Telco from Hoffman box to BTS: NORTEL SITES: GC is supplied 50 Gray AVIS cable - ships in pink plastic bag GC is to leave OPEN end of cable spooled in Hoffman box mounted on work platform - leave 10 in telco box GC is to pull the rest of AVIS cable from telco box to BTS plinth - Connector side of AVIS cable to be left in BTS Plinth Pictured below is a PriPro w/ the gray AVIS cable connected to the rear of the unit - GC MUST ENSURE THAT PRIPRO & AVIS Cable are inlcuded with BTs delivery - AVIS cable ships in pink bag - PriPro ships in black static proof bag nt C on d IN c te se> GROUNDING: t en ca MASTER ground to CWM: (160ft 5 core drills) - ALL CONDUITS PAINTED TO MATCH FOR RISERS em w du ty GC to remove rust or build up on Cold Water Pipe to ensure proper ground bonding to pipe en tt li GC is to pull #2/0 AWG Stranded ground wire from MGB on Roof to CWM in basement ag or be er GC is to install ground collar BEFORE first water pipe flange or connection point - Between wall and first attachemnt point of pipe ri p GC will route (1) 1" conduit from Master Ground Bar under dunnage to Cold Water Main in rear storage room of basement GC is to pull #2/0 AWG Stranded ground wire from MGB on Roof to CWM in basement - distance approx 195 an ri o op GC is to ground conduit on both ends using MIGB Antennas: M tp t r All antenna mast pipes are to have cadwelded #2 solid tin connection conjoining all mast pipes to "homerun ground lead" h ou ot is p Ground leads from ground kits cut into cable - CANNOT piggyback ground leads - must have coppersheild between connections All #2 tin is to be ran INSIDE cable tray - CANNOT TOUCH CABLES - C-Tap at sectors - MGB at platform If cables are tight in tray and ground bars cannot be installed w/out touching cables then sector GBs installed UNDER tray or c-tap into #2 ALL ground bars are to be spray g g p y galved if exposed - including ground bars underneath tray p gg y T it is nt All TMAs are to be grounded to sector ground bars - NA Hoemrun solid tin #2 ground wire is to attach to MGB mounted underneath platform th w d e BTS/Equipment: n or d an m GC is to ground master ground lead to ground bar on inside panel of plinth (Stranded #2 Green) GC is to jump ground terminal incenter of BTS subbase to side ground bar (Provided small ground jumpers in box with BTS) N ute C ocu Ground additional equipment as per plans on page E02-E04> CONSTRUCTION PHOTO REQUIREMENTS: All photos to be labeled ˜ GC to take pre-construction photos of ALL work areas to prevent issues during construction ec h ˜ GC to verify all building conditions and take time stamped photos to document all leaks and other difficiences IN s d ˜ GC to have a digital camera on site AT ALL TIMES - Antennas: st M hi 1. All mast pipes grounded 2. All sector ground bars w/ coppersheild - NO PIGGYBACKING - paint ground bars black if accessable di NT T 3. Top of antenna with digital smart level showing antenna is 100% level 4. Side of antenna with digital smart level showing antenna is 100% plum - also can show (2) tape measures from mast pipe showing that the sides of the antenna are the same length off the pipe - proved that antenna is not skewed 6. Antennas are perfectly in line with each other if there are (2) antennas per sector of b 7. All connection points and structural items when antennas are tower mounted ri Antenna Mounts/Platform Attachment: 1. All pieces of threaded rod for channel attachment layed out with tape showing total height of rod or of 2. Mark single piece of threaded rod at minimum depth speced out on plans - show height of mark on rod with tape measure 3. Insert threaded rod in holes drilled out for HILTI attachments to show that all holes are drilled to minimum depth as per AE 4. Beam Pocket conditions and measurements - steel embedment measurement - neoprene pad Kickback Installation: 1. Roof opening before installation ickback plate - photos of joists w/out decking on top - label each kicback (i.e. AKB1, B2KB) 2. Show sister of joists if needed, direct flange attachment to roof joists - process for repairign and pitch pocket - per kickback Conduit Firestpping 1. All conduit penetrations firestopped on both sides of penetration HILTI Attachments: 1. Layout every piece of threaded rod next to what piece of steel you are going to install 2. Line up all pieces of threaded rod - to show all needed for particular installation - take tape measure and show length of rod 3. Mark off one longer piece of threaded rod at the minium depth needed for individual penetration - mark with red electric tape 4. Stick threaded rod in pre-drilled hole in wall - the tape marker will show that the hole is drilled to at least minimum depth PHOTOS COMPLETELY DOCUMENTING EACH STEP IN THE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS - DEPTH AND DIMENSIONS SEE SITE SPECIFIC PHOTOS BELOW Page 5 of 5
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  23. 23. or of di NT T st M hi ri of b IN s d N ute C ocu or d an mPlatform Attachment th w d e Tenant Space Conduit Route T it is nt ec h n h ou ot is p M tp t r an ri o op ag or be er em w du ty ri p en tt li t en ca IN c te Platform Attachment C on dAlt Angle Platform & Gamma se nt
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