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WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 2 Tenant Design Criteria Table of Contents Page Part A - Woodlands Mall Expansion - Lifestyle Center Architectural Design Criteria Introduction 3 Section 1: Architectural Facade Criteria 7 Section 2: Special Storefront Conditions 14 Section 3: Store Display/Entry Zone Criteria 15 Section 4: Store Interior Design Criteria 17 Section 5: Store Lighting Criteria 20 Section 6: Signage Criteria 22 Section 7: Parking Field Facade Criteria 26 Section 8: General/Structural Requirements 27 Section 9: Architectural Drawings 28 Section 10: Jurisdictional/Code Information 34 Section 11: Submission Requirements 37 Part B - Woodlands Mall Expansion - Lifestyle Center Engineering Criteria Section 12: Mechanical System Design Criteria 40 Section 13: Plumbing System Design Criteria 49 Section 14: Landlord Supplied Domestic Water, Sanitary, Vent and Gas 50 Section 15: Electrical System Design Criteria 61 Section 16: Sprinkler System Design Criteria 77 Section 17: Fire Alarm System Criteria 80 WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 3 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Introduction The lifestyle center expansion of The Woodlands Mall is intended to create a promenade court that will serve as an out- door retail connection between the existing mall and a new dining and waterway district to the south. The promenade is intended to have an exciting urban street feel, character- ized by a variety of storefront designs, as well as added qualities found in a lush urban park. Retail tenants in the project are encouraged to exhibit individuality in storefront design, subject to a material and design criteria that is compatible with the existing mall and with the high-quality palette of materials utilized in the base building architecture, hardscape and landscape. Storefront access will be accentuated by paving and landscape details that will carry over to the featured esplanade in the center of the brick-paved drive. This esplanade will feature lush landscaping, nat- ural hardscape, comfortable seating areas and interesting water features - all intended to create a relaxing parkscape within the center of the project. While this esplanade will provide the center- piece to the connection established between the mall and the dining and waterway dis- trict, the visual connection will begin with a WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 4 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Introduction "grand porch" which will cover a new dining of the promenade. terrace above the existing mall entry. The Overall, the project design integrates shop- grand scale of this new entry is intended to ping, dining, entertainment and business compliment the overall scale of the project activities - all the while embodying the char- and establish an architectural language for acter, quality and spirit of life in The use in the second-level office space above Woodlands. the lower-level retail tenants. This second level of the project is designed to be a backdrop to the featured tenants below - set-back several feet from the retail facades - and characterized by a continuous glass and metal panel system shaded by sloped metal roofs designed in the same idiom as the grand porch. From the ground level in the promenade court, however, the retail facades - of various heights and archi- tectural expression - remain the project focus. Given the primary parking access to the project, the facades of the project that front onto the parking fields have been designed to fully support the architectural language and material quality of the promenade. Parking field facades will be punctuated with openings that tenants are encouraged to uti- lize as secondary entries, but which could be adapted for use as display windows. These facades will also be accentuated by sculptur- al graphic elements, landscaping and hard- scape - all acting in concert with the design WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 5 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 6 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 7 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 1: Architectural Facade Criteria Architectural Facade Criteria Tenants will be responsible for construction of their entire retail facade - with connection to the base building in accordance with the Landlord's working drawings and specifica- tions. The Landlord will provide a weather- tight roof structure onto which the Tenant must make weathertight facade connection at the lease line(s) according to structural details outlined under “Store Facade Structure”. As part of the tenant-designed facade, the tenant is responsible for the installation of a high-quality exterior weath- ertight storefront, including entry doors. Designs of the facades (including heights) are encouraged to vary - within the limits of the criteria established below. Tenant Facade Requirements The Tenant shall provide facade construction between the centerlines of the demising walls that shall comply with the following: n All facades shall be composed of exterior weathertight storefront components. n All storefront glazing shall be insulat- ed glazing with clear glass. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 8 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Facade Criteria n All necessary insulation, flashing, sealing and other waterproofing measures at the storefront shall be the responsibility of the Tenant. n If aluminum or other prefabricated storefront components are used, they shall be high quality commercial grade components installed and weatherproofed in accordance with all manufacturer’s recommendations. In the case of aluminum storefront systems, anodized finished or other factory applied finishes are required. The storefront framing shall be com- patible with the base building materi- als, and also reflective of the Tenant’s desired design presentation. (The example at right illustrates a facade that suc- cessfully employees key criteria elements.) WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 9 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Facade Criteria Store Facade Planning Recessed Door Entry Requirements Tenants must provide outward swinging The storefront construction shall not project doors at the store entry. The doors are beyond the Lease Line, except for approved encouraged to be substantially glass and projecting elements such as signage, must be a minimum of 8’-0” high. Recessed awnings, or canopies. The Tenant facade doors are required unless otherwise shall fully infill between the center line of approved by Landlord. the demising walls. The Tenant facade will attach to the front of the Landlord’s provid- Entry Door Requirements ed shell (see figure on page 5). The facade is required to extend to a minimum eleva- Plain aluminum storefront framed doors tion of 165’-6”, but cannot extend beyond an with standard type handles and hardware are elevation of 168’-8” above sea level. not allowed. The storefront doors are required to incorporate decorative features Store Facade Transparency that enhance the overall storefront. Tenant designers should strive to specify doors that The tenants are allowed to express their become an integral individuality by the degree of transparency aesthetic feature to of the storefront. Opaque wall areas shall the overall store- not exceed 55 percent of the total area of front. the tenant facade. Doors shall be Storefront Base weathertight with Tenants are required to install a storefront all necessary hard- base which must be constructed of either the ware and acces- Midnight Groundface or Midnight Rockface sories. Thresholds Prairie Stone, unless otherwise approved by shall comply with Landlord (see page 10 for manufacturer). ADA requirements and shall provide an even transition from exterior to interior. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 10 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Facade Criteria Acceptable Storefront Materials Unacceptable Storefront Materials Glass Glass Clear, 1/2” (min.) thick tempered with Mirror polished and beveled edges Plexiglass Sandblasted, frosted, etched, or textured Laminates glass Plastic Laminate Metals Simulated materials: brick, stone, wood, etc. Stainless steel - brushed or matte finishes Metals Solid brass or copper accents Anodized aluminum Other metals to be reviewed on a case by case basis Unfinished, unless otherwise approved Limestone Tile Stone Fabricator: American Limestone Ceramic tile Color: Cordova or Burnished Clay Shingles Silver Vinyl tile or sheet vinyl Finish: Honed or Split-Face Wood Brick Manufacturer: Acme Brick Rough cut lumber or barn siding Blend Name: 251-Valley Rose Distressed or unfinished wood Plywood paneling Concrete Masonry Units Simulated wood products Product: Prairie Stone Manufacturer: Northfield Block Company EIFS, GFRC, and Stucco are not allowed Color: Midnight Groundface unless approved in writing by Landlord. Midnight Rockface Other materials must be approved by Landlord WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 11 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Facade Criteria Recessed Entry Area Finishes Where the entry door is recessed, the Tenant shall remove a portion of the existing con- crete and install the Landlord's standard border paving, extending from the Lease Line up to the door closure line. The ceiling at the exterior recessed entry area shall be weatherproofed finished mate- rial such as metal panel or plaster. The Tenant shall provide exterior-rated recessed lighting in the ceiling to accent the entry. Awnings and Canopies Tenants are required to incorporate decora- tive design elements such as awnings and canopies that project beyond the plane of the facade, provide modest pedestrian protection from sun and rain, and add dimensional interest to the character of the storefront. Store facade projecting elements shall comply with the following: WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 12 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Facade Criteria n Minimum height to bottom of pro- than 3’-0”-- to provide lighting of the pedes- trian walking surface. jecting element: 9’-0” Projecting elements shall be designed and n Horizontal projection requirements: located so that they do not create a signifi- Maximum Projection: 6’-0” cant visual barrier to adjacent tenant store Minimum Projection: 3’-0” facades. Landlord shall have final determi- n Minimum Lineal Footage: nation regarding clearance and sight line 80 % of total facade frontage issues. Horizontal projection requirements are All projecting elements shall be designed measured from the Lease Line. and constructed with the highest quality standards, even when unfinished framing Accessory lighting shall be required beneath components, fasteners and other elements projecting elements that extend greater are exposed for design presentation. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 13 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Storefront Criteria Acceptable Awning/Canopy Materials Glass Clear, 1/2” (min.) thick tempered with polished and beveled edges Sandblasted, frosted, etched, or textured glass Metals Stainless steel - brushed or matte finishes Solid brass or copper accents Painted steel frames for glass insets Other metals to be reviewed on a case by case basis Canvas Solid colored canvas Colors to be approved by Landlord Cables and Tiebacks WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 14 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Storefront Criteria WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 15 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Facade Criteria Section 2: Special Storefront Conditions Store Facade Structure Tenants 3000 and 3022 shall be subject to special conditions as outlined below: All storefronts shall be self supporting-- transferring all gravity loads to the concrete Tenant Storefront Openings slab. The Landlord shall provide storefront dis- All accessory storefront elements such as play window and store entry area openings awnings and canopies shall be supported by in the exterior wall. All such openings shall the Tenant’s storefront structure. Only later- be in accordance with the Landlord’s base al loads shall be applied to the Landlord’s building working drawing and specifications. base building--as indicated by the structural The Tenant is responsible for the installation detail below. of a high quality exterior weathertight store- front, including any entry doors, within the exterior wall openings. Aside from the reduced scope of Tenant construction outlined in this section all other criteria contained in this manual shall apply to Tenants 3000 and 3022. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 16 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 3: Store Display / Entry Zone Criteria The Store Display and Entry Zone recessed. The cover plates are to be chrome General Requirements finished or painted to match the ceiling color. For the purposes of these criteria, the Store Display and Entry zone extends into the Acoustical tile will not be allowed in the store a minimum of 10’-0” from the store- Store Display and Entry zone area. front Lease Line. All Tenants must comply Store Display and Entry Zone with these requirements. Merchandising Floor Finishes Extending five feet back from the storefront Floor finishes in this zone shall be hard, high glazing, the sidewalls and show windows quality, durable materials. At the entry, the shall be dedicated for use as a high quality floor finish shall be a non slip material. show window display. A creative display is Carpeting is not allowed in the Store Display required - standard merchandise racks and and Entry zone. wall finishing materials such as slatwall will not be allowed in this display zone. The finished floor elevations at the store entrance must align with the border paver Distinctive, high quality and appropriate dis- elevation of the exterior walkway, with a play techniques which best showcase the weatherproofed threshold of minimal thick- Tenant’s merchandise must be used. ness (not to exceed 1/2”) provided at the At the storefront entry, display fixtures or doors. merchandise, must be placed at least three Ceilings feet behind the Tenant’s entry door. Merchandise racks and display features must Ceiling surfaces within the Store Display and not block customer traffic flow in and out of Entry zone shall be gypsum board, wood, or the store. other type of hard surface material with a maximum elevation of 12’-0”. Store exit Storefront Security Systems signs must be located hidden from view from Storefront security systems must be unobtru- within the promenade. Sprinkler heads in sively incorporated into the Tenant’s Store the ceiling must be flush or fully WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 17 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Store Display / Entry Zone Criteria Display and Entry zone construction. Free Storefront Lighting standing tower type systems are not allowed. Display window lighting shall be incandes- Any theft detection/security system must be cent, HID or similar color light source, as indicated on the Tenant’s Working Drawing, approved by the Landlord. Light sources and the Tenant shall submit shop drawings and track lighting shall not be visible from which shall indicate size, location, design, the adjacent sidewalk or street scene areas. and appearance. No system shall be Sodium lamps are prohibited in storefront installed without prior approval by the areas. Landlord. Spotlighting may be accomplished by Miscellaneous Store Display and recessed, incandescent, adjustable angle fix- Entry Zone Requirements tures or by track mounted adjustable spot- lights. Flood lamps 150-watt or spotlights Television monitors to be installed at the may be used for normal throw with 250-watt storefront or within the SD & E zone require lamps or low voltage concentrating spotlights specific approval by the Landlord. Monitors for low throw or high accents. All adjustable shall be incorporated into the overall store- units must be focused so that the lamp front design and are to be encased within brightness is not visible from the sidewalk or attractive display fixtures to conceal all sur- street scene areas. faces except for the screen surface. The monitors, if allowed, may not emit any sound. No speakers will be allowed in the store- front or store interior which would allow sounds to be heard in the promenade walk- way. Sprinkler heads at the store facade show windows shall be fully recessed with cover plates either painted or in a color to match the ceiling. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 18 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 4: Store Interior Design Criteria General Planning Requirements with durable finishes consistent with the anticipated public exposure. Tenants are encouraged to provide a high quality, well detailed, and unique interior Acceptable Store Interior Elements environment which complements the store- n Hardwoods: all finished wood shall front design. be millwork quality kiln dried wood The store layout, fixtures, etc. must be with a durable protective finish where designed to comply with handicapped acces- exposed to public contact sible requirements which are defined by n Ceramic Tile local, state, or national codes or laws. n Natural Stones n Metals Interior Finishes n Corian n Carpet (commercial grade) Interior finishes are to be high quality, long n Gypsum wall board lasting, and durable. All finishes shall com- n 2’-0”x 2’-0” fluorescent fixtures ply with building code and insurance under- n Painted gypsum board writer requirements for appropriate fire resistance and flame spread ratings. All Unacceptable Store Interior Elements trade fixtures shall be first class new fixtures n Vinyl flooring and bases in sales area n Vinyl stripping between material floor changes n Indoor/Outdoor carpeting n Unfinished and anodized metals n 2’-0”x 4’-0” fluorescent fixtures n Acrylic lenses n Strobe, spinner, chase, or moving lighting n 2’-0”x 4’-0” acoustical ceiling system in sales area n Mirrored ceiling n Slatwall WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 19 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Store Interior Design Criteria Floor Finishes high quality cut pile or loop/cut pile combi- nation carpeting is required. All loop car- The Tenant is responsible for installing all peting is not allowed. finished floor coverings. All transitions between floor finishes of unequal thickness Provide waterproof membrane to base are to be accomplished by a gradual transi- height where water is present (i.e. restrooms tion with floor leveling compound to create and all food Tenants). a smooth and level walking surface. Tripping hazards such as vinyl or rubber car- Floor Finishes Not Permitted pet trip strips and noticeable reducer trim n Carpet extending into the Storefront are not permitted. Display/Entry Zone At the transition between stone/ceramic tile n Vinyl tile or any other sheet goods materials and carpeting, the Tenant shall uti- flooring in the sales area lize a terrazzo edge angle or other similar trim to create a clean and smooth transition. n Vinyl or rubber base in the sales area Carpeting, if used in the sales area, shall be n Simulated materials, such as simu- of the highest quality. Commercial grade lated wood, of any kind n Single color low profile all loop car- peting in the sales area n The Landlord may allow exceptions to the above restrictions if the Tenant can show the proposed mate- rial contributes to an overall high quality interior design. Low quality or discount store appearances are not allowed. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 20 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Store Interior Design Criteria Ceilings Permitted n High quality lay in ceilings, maximum size 2’x2’ within a matching color sus- pension grid are allowed beginning 20’-0” back from the lease line into the tenant space n Painted gypsum board ceilings or other high quality non combustible ceiling materials: tenants are encour- aged to utilize coffers or coves to pro- vide design/lighting detail to the ceil- ing plane n Open sales area ceilings only where Interior Ceiling Criteria all structural, mechanical, and electri- cal elements above the sales area are Tenants are required to furnish and install a painted (unless otherwise approved finished ceiling system throughout the entire by Landlord), and in compliance with space. Tenants with open to deck ceiling sys- code and plenum return requirements tems must install all duct work wiring, etc, in a neat, clean matter. All such elements Ceilings Not Permitted including roof deck and structure must be n 2’x4’ lay in ceilings in the sales area in painted (unless otherwise approved). a suspension grid or any non-regular Ceiling heights in the Tenant’s space shall be edged ceiling tile installed in a sus- a minimum of 12’-0”. pension grid. Sprinkler heads in the ceiling must be flush n Mirrored ceiling or fully recessed. The cover plates are to be chrome or match ceiling color. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 21 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Store Interior Design Criteria Section 5: Store Lighting Criteria A wood ceiling is not permitted except Interior Lighting General where installed in accordance with the fol- Requirements lowing: Lighting within the Tenant’s premises is to n Wood must be fire retardant be designed to accentuate the merchandise n Wood trim or panels must be and product display within the storefront installed on the underside of a gyp- windows as well as the general sales area of sum board ceiling so no wood is the store. exposed to the plenum space above Lighting Fixtures the ceiling. Lighting fixtures shall be high quality com- Demising Walls mercial grade. The fixtures shall be con- Metal stud framing shall be provided by the structed and installed to be glare free and Landlord for the demising walls which sepa- shall comply with all applicable code rate adjacent tenants. At the corridor walls, requirements. Specific fixture requirements the Landlord will install gypsum board on are as follows: the corridor side of the wall only. 1. General Lighting The Tenant shall provide one layer of 5/8” High Intensity Discharge (H.I.D.) lighting fire code gypsum board, taped, spackled, shall not be used. sanded, and finished on the Tenant side of the metal studs. Interior wall surfaces acces- All fixtures within Tenant’s public areas, sible or visible to the public shall be finished unless decorative shall be fully recessed. in an appropriate manner using quality To retain and protect the visual environment materials and finishes. of the area for the benefit of all Tenants, Sound insulation or an additional stud wall is each individual Tenant shall limit the bright- left to the discretion of the individual ten- ness of their lighting fixtures subject to ants, but will not be provided by the Landlord approval. Landlord. Mercury Vapor or High Pressure Sodium lamps are not permitted. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 22 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Store Lighting Criteria n Luminous ceiling or glitter strips are Bare lamp fluorescent fixtures may not be not permitted. used in areas visible to the public. n Exposed, unshielded neon tube light- ing of any kind in a location below If fluorescent lighting is used, it must be of a eight feet above the floor is not low brightness type. Acrylic lenses or bare permitted. fluorescent tubes are prohibited. Acceptable lamp colors are warm white, deluxe warm 2. Incandescent Lighting white or deluxe cool white. Low voltage type lighting is recommended for high Low voltage type lighting recessed or surface impact on merchandise displays. Unique, track is recommended for high visual impact creative track heads are encouraged. on merchandise. 4. Exterior Lighting Pendant-mounted track fixtures may be used for general lighting only if Tenant has estab- Lighting is permitted to be installed on the lished an identity based on this theme or the Tenant’s facade as approved by motif. Landlord. Fully-exposed bulbs or colored incandescent 5. Exit Signs and Emergency Lights bulbs are not permitted except special orna- Exit signs and emergency lights shall be mental lamps approved by Landlord. installed to serve their intended function, All soffits within recessed entries shall be but located so they do not have a significant illuminated with recessed down lights. adverse affect on the storefront or interior design aesthetics. 3. Fluorescent Lighting Designers shall specify low profile emer- Fluorescent fixtures, if visible from the com- gency light packs, or the emergency lighting mon walkways, shall be recessed and shall shall be the regular lighting with battery employ parabolic louvers. White acrylic egg backup power. crate or acrylic prismatic lenses are not per- mitted. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 23 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 6: Signage Criteria Signage Criteria Overview Signage must be an integral design feature of the Tenant’s storefront design. The sig- nage shall be designed to compliment the design of the overall facade and general building design. All signs which are visible from the common walkway or parking areas shall require spe- cific approval in writing by the Landlord. Signage Size and Quantity All signage is to be of the highest quality construction. Shop fabrication and painting Tenants shall be allowed one primary sign on is required. All attachments, labels, fastners, the Courtyard elevation and one primary mounting brackets, wiring, clips, transform- sign on the parking field side. ers, disconnects, lamps and other mecha- The Tenant’s storefront signage shall be pro- nisms required must be concealed from view. portional to the scale of the overall store- front and building facade design. The sign shall not exceed 30 percent of the width of the storefront unless otherwise approved by Landlord. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 24 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Signage Criteria Sign height shall be proportionate to the Signage Location scale of the overall storefront and building facade design. Letter size will be limited to a The location of the signage shall specifically 24 inch maximum unless otherwise approved coordinate with the Tenant’s storefront entry by Landlord in writing. location, awnings, canopies, the detailed character of the facade, and other contextual The signage is limited to the Tenant’s trade design features (as illustrated in the diagram name only as defined in the lease. on pg 22). The Tenant shall locate the main sign on the Tenant’s storefront construction All signs must be illuminated. or immediately above the Tenant’s storefront Signs must be fabricated and installed in accordance with Landlord’s location according to national, local building and approval. electrical codes and must bear UL label. All electrical penetrations through the store- front fascia for sign installation shall use PK housing or approved equal. Design shall provide access to transformer and local disconnect. Signs shall be clock timer controlled and illu- minated during mall hours. Interior signs that are visible from outside the Tenant’s space must be approved by the Landlord. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 25 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Signage Criteria Secondary Signage Blade signs Decorative secondary signage, such as blade Store facade blade signs are allowed where signs, decorative icons, and small repetitive such signage adds to the design environment window signage are encouraged provided of the public walkway area and the overall such signage compliments the facade. building facade. Signage Not Permitted n Tenants shall design, furnish and install blade signs n Exposed or surface mounted box or n Include Tenant’s name, logo and/or cabinet type signs, or any signage with graphic image exposed raceway or electrical connec- n Image must be on both sides and tion right reading on opaque material n Exposed tube neon signs and open n Must be a hard durable opaque face channel letters with exposed tube material neon n Material thickness shall be a minimum of 1-1/2” n Individual metal channel letters with illuminated Plexiglas face n Cloth, paper, cardboard and other similar stickers or decals on or around the storefront surfaces n Freestanding, moving, rotating, flash- ing, animated, or noise making signs n Signs which are not professional in appearance WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 26 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Signage Criteria n The lowest part of the blade sign shall not be less than 8’-0” A.F.F. n Bracket shall extend a minimum of 3’-0” from storefront Show Window Graphics Small scaled pedestrian level adhesive win- dow graphics are desired at the Tenant’s show windows. Such store identification graphics shall be less than 6” in height and located low on the window. Maximum area of such signage on window glazing is 144 square inches. (The example at right illustrates a facade that suc- cessfully employees key criteria elements.) WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 27 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 7: Parking Field Facade Criteria Landlord will construct parking field facades, utilizing materials listed as accept- able facade materials. Within these facades, Landlord will construct openings. Tenants are encouraged to merchandise lease spaces so that the large openings can be utilized as secondary entries. Alternatively, Tenants will be required to utilize the large openings as an attractively designed and well main- tained display window. At the Landlord’s design discretion, Landlord will supply all windows, doors, canopies and awnings for these parking field facades. It would be encouraged, however, that Tenant’s provide storefront elements consistent with elements utilized on the promenade facades and consistent with the storefront criteria previously outlined. Tenants will be required to supply signage for the parking field facades in compliance with the criteria established for signage on the promenade facade. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 28 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 8: General / Structural Requirements Roofing Penetrations Roofing penetration requires advance approval by the Landlord. All work includ- ing structural supports, curbing, and flashing shall be installed in accordance with Landlord’s Standard Project Details. All roof work including cutting on the roof membrane shall be performed by the Landlord’s roofing contractor under contract to Tenant and at the Tenant’s expense. Roof protection boards shall be installed around any roof top HVAC equipment by the Landlord’s roofing contractor under con- tract to the Tenant at the Tenant’s expense. Landlord approved grease protection sys- tems shall be required around any cooking exhaust fan outlet. Specific roof top equipment zones have been designated. The Tenant will be required to install all roof top equipment within this zone, unless otherwise approved by the Landlord. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 29 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 9: Architectural Drawings WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 30 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Elevations WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 31 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Elevations WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 32 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Sections (see page 28) WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 33 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Typical Storefront Sections WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 34 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Architectural Storefront Criteria WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 35 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 10: Jurisdictional / Code Information Landlord General Growth Properties Inc. (“GGP”) 110 North Wacker Drive Chicago, IL 60606 Tel: 312.960.5000 Fax: 312.960.5064 www.generalgrowth.com Project Architect RTKL Associates, Inc. 1717 Pacific Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 Tel: 214.871.8877 Fax: 214.871.7023 The Woodlands Mall 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive Suite 700 The Woodlands, TX 77381 Ken Purvis Operations Manager Tel: 281.363.3363 Fax: 281.367.4947 WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 36 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Jurisdictional / Code Information Jurisdictional Authorities For complete information on design approval processes and form require- All Tenant work shall comply with authori- ments see The Woodlands ties, agencies or entities having jurisdiction Commercial Planning and Design over the Woodlands Mall Expansion includ- Standards. ing the Woodlands Community Association Inc. Freestanding Restaurant Tenants only shall comply with the following: The Woodlands Community Association, Inc. (WCA), The Woodlands Association, Inc. (TWA), The Woodlands Commercial Owner’s Association (WCOA), and the Woodland Trade Center Owners Association (TOCA), are nonprofit corporations established by the Covenants governing specific geo graphic areas in the Woodlands. A complete application form and two sets of required documents are to be included in each of the three required submissions - Concept, Preliminary, and Final design reviews. Applications must be received at least three business days in advance of a scheduled meeting in order to be placed on the agenda. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 37 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Jurisdictional / Code Information Section 11: Submission Requirements The Woodlands is an extraterritorial jurisdic- Tenant Construction Review Process tion of Houston, so projects in the Woodlands are constructed using the codes All tenants are required to submit plans and for Houston. The following codes are cur- specifications to GGP for approval. For out rently adopted by Houston: parcel buildings, restaurants, and in-line retail spaces, all documents shall be forward- 2000 International Building Code with ed to GGP Tenant Coordination amendments Department in Chicago. The GGP corpo- 1997 Uniform Fire Code with amendments rate address is listed below. Also noted below are the added plan check processes. 2000 Mechanical Code with amendments The Woodlands Mall is not located within a 2000 Uniform Plumbing Code with city municipality and there is no local juris- amendments diction that issues building permits or that will issue a certificate of occupancy. Since 2002 National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, there is no local authority to perform these with amendments reviews and inspections, it is required that tenants that will be constructing a store at The Woodlands Mall must use a pre-desig- nated consultant to perform plan reviews based on the City of Houston building code. The Landlord’s designated review consultant is Rolf Jensen and Associates and their con- tact information is provided below. Rolf Jensen and Associates must review the ten- ant's construction drawings submitted by the tenant architect or general contractor. They will provide written plan check comments and correspond with the person who submit- ted these drawings. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 38 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 11: Submission Requirements Rolf Jensen will also perform two inspec- Final Construction Documents tions; rough inspection on all framing, mechanical, plumbing and electrical and a Submit bound sets of construction documents to Landlord final inspection upon completion on lease (containing Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing work. Tenant is responsible for all review drawings)- in the quantities listed below. and inspection fees charged by Rolf Jensen. Contact Information All food establishments will need to also General Growth Properties, Inc. Sets of plans required for submit drawings to Montgomery County 110 N. Wacker review - Two ½ size sets Health Department for review and inspec- Chicago, IL 60606 tion. The tenant is responsible for all review Ph. 312-960-5000 fees and inspections by Montgomery County Health Department. Rolf Jensen and Associates Sets of plans required for 13831 Northwest Freeway review by RJA - 6 Fire Sprinkler drawings will need to be sub- Suite 330 mitted to The Woodlands Fire Department. Houston, TX 77040-5215 Tenant is responsible for any review fees and Attn: Nathaniel Addleman inspection fees by The Woodlands Fire Ph. 713-462-1840 Department. Montgomery County Health Dept. Sets of plans required for Preliminary Documents 301 South Thompson review by MCHD - 4 Key plan Conroe, TX 77301 Attn: Paul LeBlanc Floor plan (minimum scale 1/4”) Ph. 936-539-7839 Storefront Elevation (minimum scale 1/2”) The Woodlands Fire Department Sets of plans required 9951 Grogan's Mill Road for review by TWFD - 3 Reflected ceiling plan The Woodlands, TX 77380 Material sample board (labeled and Attn: Martha Hill keyed to plan) Ph. 281-367-3444 Color rendering or photograph of storefront prototype WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 39 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Submission Requirements (continued) Signage Documents All material must be kept within the leased area. No storage of equipment or material n One set of reproducible signage is to be kept in unoccupied spaces, mall shop drawings property, and parking lot areas. n One set of reproducible blade sign Contractor’s Guidelines shop drawings (if applicable) The following is a brief description of nAll Tenants must submit a separate required items/procedures for Tenant con- signage drawing package. These struction. Note that this is not a complete drawings will be subject to separate description of all requirements and limita- Landlord approvals. Tenants should tions for Tenant construction. The Tenant’s send signage submission packages to contractor shall obtain a “Tenant Contractor the attention of the Tenant Manual” at the site from an authorized Coordination Department in General Growth representative for further Chicago. guidelines. General Requirements Quality Standards The Tenant or it’s general contractor must All work by the Tenant’s contractor, includ- schedule a pre-construction meeting with ing repair work, shall be performed in a the on-site representative prior to beginning first-class workmanlike manner and shall be construction. in good and usable condition at completion. The Tenant shall cause its general contractor The Tenant shall require any person per- to deposit with the Landlord without liability forming work to guarantee that the work is for interest, the sum of $5,000. This sum shall be applied towards any cost incurred by the Landlord or the Landlord’s contractor to complete any part of the Tenant’s work which the Tenant or the Tenant’s contractor fail to complete within the time period required by the lease. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 40 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Submission Requirements (continued) free from any and all defects in workman- Insurance ship and materials for 1 year from the date of completion. The Tenant shall also require The Tenant’s contractor must fulfill the fol- any such person to be responsible for the lowing insurance requirements, and shall replacement or repair without additional maintain at no expense to the Landlord: charge of work done or furnished by or Workers’ Compensation Insurance through such person which shall become with statutory limits and Employer’s defective within 1 year after substantial Liability Insurance with limits of not completion of the work. The correction of less than $100,000.General Liability work shall include, without additional Insurance with limits of not less than charge, all expenses and damages in connec- $3,000,000 combined single limit for tion with the removal, replacement or repair bodily injury and property damage, of any part of work which may be damaged including personal injury, Contractual or disturbed. All warranties or guarantees Liability Coverage specifically for material or workmanship on or regarding endorsed to cover the indemnity pro- the Tenant’s work shall be contained in the visions contained herein and contract of subcontract. The contract shall Contractor’s Protective Liability be written so that all warranties and guaran- Coverage if the contractor uses tees shall benefit both the Landlord and the subcontractors. Tenant, as their respective interests appear, and so that the contract can be directly Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance in enforced by either party. the contractor’s name, including owned, non-owned, leased and Coordination hired car coverage with limits of not The Tenant’s work shall be coordinated with less than $2,000,000 combined sin- the Landlord’s work as well as with the work gle limit per occurrence for bodily of other Tenants, so that the Tenant’s work injury and property damage. will not interfere with or delay the comple- tion of other construction in the Woodland’s Mall Expansion. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 42 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 12: Mechanical System Design Criteria General Criteria 5. The Tenant is required to submit cal- culations and documents for the design and Design Responsibility installation. The Landlord's approval is intended to insure that the Tenant's design 1. The Tenant agrees to retain the serv- respects the limitations of the provided Base ices of a Professional Engineer to design the Building Systems; to insure that the inter- Mechanical (HVAC & Plumbing) Systems faces between the Tenant's Systems and the within his space, and then to inspect the Base Building Systems conform to the work to insure that the work is carried out in respective limitations; and to assess that the compliance with the performance require- Tenant's demand on the Base Building serv- ments and does not cause any detrimental ices can be satisfied. The Landlord's effects on the Landlord's systems or system approval does not insure satisfactory per- of other Tenants. formance of the Tenant's Systems, nor com- 2. All Plans, Specifications, and pliance with any Federal, State, or Local Calculations shall be prepared under the Codes, Regulations or Ordinances. The supervision of, and be sealed by, a Tenant accepts full responsibility to insure Professional Engineer licensed to practice in that the system designed and provided for the State of Texas. the Tenant's Space will perform to the requirements stipulated and to the Tenant's 3. All work shall be in accordance with satisfaction. current Local and State Building Codes, including the ASHRAE Handbooks and the Warranty latest applicable edition of NFPA 70 - The National Electrical Code, and all other 1. All work shall be performed in a applicable Codes. workmanlike manner and shall be in good usable condition when completed. The 4. Food Service Facilities shall be addi- Tenant shall require all Contractors and/or tionally designed and constructed to adhere vendors and/or individuals performing any to pertinent State Board of Health Codes. work on behalf of the Tenant to guarantee the work to be free from any and all defects in workmanship and materials for One (1) WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 43 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria year from commencement of beneficial use 3. The Tenant agrees to deliver to the or acceptance. Landlord a complete release for all liens arising out of the Tenant's construction work. 2. All warranties or guarantees as to materials or workmanship with respect to 4. Tenant shall obtain all permits and the Tenant's work shall be included in the final mechanical inspection approval certifi- Contract and Subcontract which shall be as cates for all mechanical work, and copies of written that the beneficiaries are both the the permits and certificates shall be immedi- Landlord and the Tenant, as their respective ately forwarded to the Landlord. interest appear, and this right to warranties and guarantees can be directly enforced by Document Submission Requirements either of the Two (2) parties. The Tenant 1. Heating, Ventilation, and Air covenants to give the Landlord assignments Conditioning (HVAC) Systems' Plans and and other assurances as necessary to effect Specifications, and Catalog Cut Sheets for the above requirements. the Tenant's HVAC equipment as detailed Tenant Construction Responsibility on Info Sheet M-1 & M-2. 1. The Tenant's work shall be coordinat- 2. Toilet Exhaust System as detailed on Info Sheet M-1 & M-2. ed with the work being performed by the Landlord and other Tenants, to such extent 3. Sanitary Sewer and Vent System for that the Tenant's work will not interfere with plumbing fixtures and miscellaneous drains or delay the completion of any other con- from the Tenant's Air Conditioning and Fire struction work and/or any other operations Protection Systems, including connection to at the Center. Landlord's Waste and Sanitary Vent Systems. 2. The Tenant shall provide public liabil- As detailed on Info Sheet P-1 & P-2. ity and property damage insurance for all 4. Domestic water service commencing work performed by Tenant's Contractor, from the Landlord's water main to the Subcontractors, Vendors, and their respec- Plumbing Systems and fixtures provided by tive Subcontractors and Vendors. the Tenant with Tenant provided submeter as detailed on Information Sheet P-1 & P-2. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 44 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria 5. Kitchen Exhaust Systems showing the 3. HVAC Work: Calculation Criteria entire system of sheet metal work, including the exhaust fans, the Kitchen hood, the Fire a. General Suppressant System, and all ancillary sys- (1) All calculations shall be in accordance tems, as applicable. Drawing must also show with the latest editions of the pertinent exact location of proposed cleanout doors ASHRAE Handbooks, all applicable Codes and drains. and requirements, and good engineering prac- 6. Temperature Control Systems of the tice. Tenant's Heating, Ventilating, and Air (2) All calculations shall be summarized Conditioning Systems. on the attached Landlord's forms. Design Criteria b. The Heating Load Estimate shall be based on the actual space configuration and General Design Requirements thermal character of the respective Tenant 1. Intent: This Document establishes Space. The capacity shall be calculated to the criteria that the Tenant must follow in maintain a maximum space temperature of 76 the design of their Mechanical Systems. Degrees F. db during the peak cooling load period and a minimum of 70 Degrees F. db 2. Design Criteria for the design daytime heating load with a space temperature of 60 Degrees F. for night a. Design Criteria for the or off-hours heating loads, whichever is the Mechanical Systems are described in the fol- greater figure. lowing sections. c. The Landlord's Engineer has calculat- b. The quality of materials, methods of ed the Base Building Systems' capacities using installation, services and the quality of work- the climatic design conditions for Houston, manship of the Tenant installation shall be at Texas. least consistent with the standard set by the Base Building work. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 45 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria SUMMER CONDITIONS 96 F.db 76 F. db 7.5 mph + 2 F. 77 F. wb 50% RH WINTER CONDITIONS Outdoor Indoor Wind Temperature Temperature Velocity 27 F. db 70 F. db + 2 F. d. U-Value Summary The Landlord's Engineer has used the following "U" Values for the calculations of the Base Building HVAC Systems. The "U" Values are provided in this Section as a guideline. First Level and Single Story Structures Second Level U Value U Value Shading U Value U Value Shading Winter Summer Coefficient Winter Summer Coefficient Glass 1.09 1.03 0.94 1.09 1.09 0.68 Roof 0.05 0.05 -- 0.05 0.05 -- Walls 0.08 0.08 -- 0.08 0.08 -- WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 46 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria Noise Criteria Mechanical equipment to be installed by Tenant must conform to the following noise and vibration limits: 1. It must not produce noise which pen- etrates into any adjacent occupied areas (not occupied or leased by Tenant) and causes the noise to exceed 35 dBa. 2. In the Tenant's premises, it must not produce noise exceeding 40 dBa in normal areas of human activity. 3. Floor-mounted equipment shall be mounted on a resilient mounting system to provide at least 95% efficient vibration isola- tion of all frequencies generated by the machinery or equipment. 4. Equipment mounted on or suspended from the structure or sub-structure shall be provided with 95% efficient vibration isola- tion system covering all frequencies generat- ed by the equipment; and the mounting sys- tem must be such that resonances cannot occur between the equipment and the struc- ture. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 47 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria Outline Specifications 4. Installation by the Tenant shall con- form to the following criteria: Tenant Systems n All equipment shall be furnished and 1. All Retail Tenants shall design, fur- installed by Tenant's contractor, in nish and install all equipment to complete accordance with Tenant's approved the HVAC System, including all Split System Mechanical Design. Units, piping, ductwork, grilles, and controls. n Ductwork shall be designed in accor- All Office Area Tenants shall design, furnish, dance with ASHRAE recommenda- and install all equipment to complete the tions. Construction and installation HVAC System, including all Rooftop Air of flexible ductwork shall not exceed Handling or Split System Units, piping, duct- 5'-0" in length. work, grilles, and controls. n Should Tenant's premises or any por- tion thereof, in the judgment of the 2. Wherever Toilet Rooms are installed Landlord's Architect, contain any within Retail Tenant Areas, Toilet exhaust operation which might cause food fans shall be furnished and installed by the odors or noxious/toxic fumes - no air Tenant and ducted to the Landlord provided shall be re-circulated from such areas. Toilet exhaust mains. All Office Area Tenant shall be responsible for Tenant's shall provide roof mounted exhaust exhausting or relieving all odors or fans above their space. Tenant Toilet fumes in an acceptable manner such exhaust fans shall be equipped with back- that none are re-circulated into adja- draft dampers and interlocked with the cent Tenant Spaces. Toilet Room lights. n Each supply and return diffuser and 3. Tenant's contractor shall provide fac- register shall be equipped with an tory curbs or rails for all equipment. adjustable volume control device. Note: All roof work shall be performed by n The Tenant's supply ductwork shall be the Landlord's roofing contractor at Tenant's insulated with 1 ½" foil faced duct expense. wrap or 1" acoustical duct liner. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 48 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria n The Tenant shall submit Design and n No insulation may be used on top of Drawings to the Landlord for any suspended ceilings. approval, not less than 30 days before n Kitchen Exhaust Systems shall be construction is scheduled to begin. provided by the Tenant, as required Design calculations shall include by their Kitchen design. complete cooling and heating load n Kitchen hoods, fans, and ductwork calculations. All work shall be in shall conform to the requirements of accordance with these criteria and the Uniform Mechanical Code and subject to approval of the Landlord. NFPA. n Additional structural framing n Electrical interlock shall be provided required as a result of roof penetra- to allow Kitchen exhaust fan to run tions or placement of RTU shall be at simultaneously with Tenant lighting. Tenant's expense. n If Tenant Space odors are not ade- n Structural Plans and calculations quately controlled, Exhaust System must be reviewed and approved by revisions will be required. Landlord's engineer at Tenant's expense. Natural Gas n Blocking and fastening to roof shall Natural gas is available from the local utility be by Landlord's roofing contractor at company at designated locations and may be Tenant's expense. used for heating or cooking purposes. n All roof penetrations must be by Tenant shall arrange to obtain service from Landlord's roofing contractor at the local utility company. Piping, meter, and Tenant's expense. all associated work for extension of service n Maintenance of HVAC System shall to the Leased Premises shall be provided by be provided by the Tenant. Tenant, at Tenant's expense and shall be sub- n Condensate drain shall be routed to ject to Landlord's approval and Code Tenant's Plumbing System. requirements. n Tenants may use the area above the ceiling for a return air plenum. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 49 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria Exhaust Systems FPM. The exhaust fan shall have a drainage area at the bottom of the Toilet Exhaust Systems unit equipped with a residue trough equipped to be cleaned periodically n All Retail Tenants (1st Level) shall by Tenant. The location of the connect their Exhaust Systems to the exhaust fan shall be no less than 10'- Toilet exhaust main provided by the 0" (or Code minimum) away from any Landlord. All Office Area Tenants air intakes. An additional duct exten- (2nd Level) shall exhaust directly sion of the fan discharge may be through the roof using Landlord required. Exhaust duct and fan loca- approved Exhaust Fan System. tions shall be submitted to Landlord n All Tenants shall provide their own prior approval. Toilet Exhaust Systems in accordance n Tenant shall clean its filter and Duct with applicable Code. Tenant's Systems regularly to avoid grease System exhaust shall not be less than damage. Tenant shall submit cleaning 2 CFM per Square Foot of Toilet reports to Landlord on a regular Room Area or 50 CFM. basis. n All 1st Level Tenant fans shall be n Tenant shall provide an electrical provided with backdraft dampers and interlock to allow the Kitchen exhaust all fans shall be controlled by the fan to run simultaneously with the Toilet Room light switch. lights. Special Exhaust Systems n Make-up air for Exhaust Systems from Kitchen, Food Preparation n Food or other odors must be exhaust- Area, Dining Area and Cafeteria ed to the atmosphere through a Area shall be accomplished by Tenant-furnished and installed up- Tenant-furnished and installed Make- blast exhaust fan in accordance with up Systems. applicable Code. The fan unit shall be modified by the addition of a ven- ture type duct adapter to assure a minimum discharge velocity of 2,000 WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 50 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Mechanical System Design Criteria All automatic extinguishing equipment shall proposed system to Landlord for prior be installed in accordance with the National review and approval. Fire Protection Association Standard 96, lat- est edition, Section 10 (Pamphlet 96) and all All Exhaust System ductwork and exhaust local Codes. The extinguishing system shall fans used for exhausting cooking odors and be Underwriters Laboratories approved with grease-contaminated air shall be cleaned on the following features: a regular schedule. Cleaning shall occur at frequent intervals to prevent grease accumu- a. Protection of the hood and lation. Cleaning reports shall be submitted duct. to Landlord on a regular basis. Underwriters b. Surface protection for deep fat Laboratories approved grease extracting fryer, griddle, broiler and range. hoods with water washdown cycle are sug- c. Automatic devices for shut- gested. A properly designed and conven- ting down fuel or power supply to the tional range hood with washable grease fil- appliances. (It should be noted that ters is acceptable, provided that any fire pro- these devices must be of the manual tection sprinkler heads or chemical fire pro- reset type). tection is provided above the filters and d. Simple means to manually within the exhaust duct run between the activate the fire extinguishing equip- hood and the roof-mounted exhaust fan, and ment within a path of ingress or further provided that it is approved by egress. This means of manual activa- Landlord's fire protection engineers. tion shall be mechanical (not electri- cal) and must be clearly identified. The extinguishing system shall be installed and inspected in accordance with Pamphlet 96. Tenant shall enter into an inspection agreement with a firm qualified by the sys- tem manufacturer to perform such inspec- tions. The systems' vendor shall submit plans and other pertinent information on the WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 51 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 13: Plumbing System Design Criteria Plumbing Design Criteria n At least One (1) 3" floor drain and cleanout in each Toilet Room, Tenant shall provide a complete Plumbing Kitchen and/or wet areas. System from Landlord's distribution point n Floor drain to be 3" minimum. (supply stub-out) within the leased premises, Sanitary piping shall be cast iron. as detailed on Info Sheets P-1, P-2 & P-3, n Domestic water (hot or cold) shall be including but not limited to, all necessary type L copper. labor, connections to supply stubs, piping, n Combustible piping (PVC) shall not clean-outs, fixtures, etc. necessary for the be permitted. satisfactory operation of a Plumbing System as follows: All Plumbing Drawings must be prepared and sealed by a State of Texas licensed engi- n Connection to Landlord's point of neer and must show clearly: service and extending service accord- ing to Tenant's requirements and all n The location of all fixtures including applicable Federal. State and Local water heater. Codes. n Clean-out and floor drain locations. n Handicapped Toilet Facilities provid- n Domestic water distribution. ed in accordance with Title III of n Water heater detail with relief valve American with Disabilities Act and and piping to floor drain. local Codes. n Location of sewer and vent connec- n All water heaters must be located tion. below ceiling. Water heaters shall n Water meter location. have a maximum 12-gallon tank n Water, waste and vent riser diagrams. unless used in Tenant's business. n Complete gas piping layout as n Provide relief valve from water heater required for rooftop equipment. to drain pan. Route drain from pan n Location of existing roof drains and to nearest floor drain. leaders as applicable. n Domestic water piping to be insulated n All connections to Landlords mains. with a minimum 1" thick fiberglass insulation. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 52 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 14: Landlord Supplied Domestic Water, Sanitary, Vent and Gas Domestic Water n Tenant shall provide at least One (1) 3" floor drain and cleanout in each Tenant provided water meter shall be indi- Toilet and Kitchen Area. vidually metered in the Tenant's Space. n Tenant shall provide access to n Dry Retail Tenants: ¾" cold water cleanouts in the Leased Premises. capped stub-out Pipe Materials n Remote readout to be located 60” above finished floor, placed Copper domestic water pipe, cast iron sani- in a location not to conceal tary pipe, cast iron vent pipe. PVC pipe is remote not permitted. n Food Court type Tenants: 1" cold water capped stub-out Natural Gas Service n Restaurant Tenants: 2" cold water n Gas service is available for Tenant's capped stub-out use at designated locations. Sanitary Sewer n Concealed gas piping is not permit ted. All gas piping in Tenant Spaces n Lower level Tenants will have to cut must be exposed. the slab, connect to the sanitary sewer n Gas piping to be welded construction line and extend the line as required except connections to equipment. by their layout. n Support and paint per Mall Standard n Upper level Tenants will core drill Details. slab only to connect to Landlord’s n Gas piping down into space for Food sanitary sewer line. Tenants is to be run thru plenum in a n Sanitary sewer stubs shall be provided sleeve with the sleeve vented to out by Landlord at or near the boundary side air. of the Leased Premises. n Plumbing shall be installed in accor- dance with applicable codes. n Tenant vents are to be connected to Landlord provided vent. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 53 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Landlord Supplied Domestic Water, Sanitary, Vent and Gas Schedules and Diagrams The following Data Sheets must be complete and accompany Final Plan submission. No Drawings will be reviewed for final approval or be approved for permit use without the following Four (4) documents completed, signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer licensed in the State of Texas: M-1 Heat Gain and Heat Loss Calculations M-2 Heat Gain and Heat Loss Calculations M-3 Spilt System Heat Pump Schedule M-4 Roof Mounted Air Handling Unit Schedule The following Info Sheets are provided for informational purposes: M-1 First Floor Tenant HVAC Installation M-2 Second Floor Tenant HVAC Installation P-1 Tenant Plumbing Connections P-2 Plumbing Riser Diagram P-3 Tenant Exterior Grease Interceptor Installation Detail WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 63 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 15: Electrical System Design Criteria Introduction location and type. n Lighting fixture layout (including The following is a list of minimum design lamp type and voltage). information required to expedite plan n Lighting fixture schedule (with make approval by Landlord. It is not intended to and model numbers). be a complete listing of all requirements, but n Emergency, exit and night lighting fix should serve as a minimum check list to be ture layout (all with battery backup). used by Tenant's design consultants to com- n Branch circuit, wire size and layout. plete the construction documents. Tenant's n Feeder conduit and wire sizing. electrical service is metered. Some services n Electrical room layout (i.e., panel(s), are above ceiling and some are below floor. time clock, etc.); plan must be to Verify at site. ¼"=1'-0" scale. We urge you to read this manual in its n Conduit and wire sizing for HVAC entirety in order to fully understand the equipment and panel; indicate over requirements needed to generate an approv- current protective device type and able set of construction documents. size for equipment and panel. n Complete electrical panel schedule(s) Electrical Drawing Requirements and MEP tabulation sheet. n Notes and specifications on drawings. All electrical drawings must be prepared by n Transformers, if required, are to be and wet sealed by Texas State licensed engi- floor mounted and ground to build neers. ing steel. n Floor and wall receptacles - location and type. All work shall be in accordance with current n Fans, motors and all electrical Local and State Building Codes, including equipment - location and type. the latest applicable edition of NFPA 70 - n Floor and wall voice/data outlets - The National Electrical Code, and all other location and type. applicable codes. n POS outlets (voice/data outlets and Food service facilities shall be additionally isolated ground receptacles) - designed and constructed to adhere to perti- nent State Board of Health Codes. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 64 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria The Tenant is required to submit calcula- 2. Landlord has sized the electrical serv- tions and documents for the design and ice to retail lease areas sufficient to accom- installation. The Landlord's approval is modate a nominal electrical installation of intended to insure that the Tenant's design 15 Watts per square foot. Loads in excess of respects the limitations of the provided Base this allowance will require special review and Building Systems; to insure that the inter- written permission of the Landlord. Any faces between the Tenant's systems and the required revisions to the Landlord's electri- Base Building Systems conform to the cal distribution system to accommodate the respective limitations; and to assess that the increased electrical load will be at Tenant's Tenant's demand on the Base Building serv- expense. ices can be satisfied. The Landlord's approval does not insure satisfactory per- 3. Landlord has sized the electrical serv- ice to food court lease areas sufficient to formance of the Tenant's systems, nor com- pliance with any Federal, State or Local accommodate a nominal load of 75 Watts Codes, Regulations or Ordinances. The per square foot. Loads in excess of this Tenant accepts full responsibility to insure allowance will require special review and that the system designed and provided for written permission of the Landlord. Any required revisions to the Landlord's electri- the Tenant's space will perform to the cal distribution system to accommodate the requirements stipulated and to the Tenant's satisfaction. increased electrical load will be at Tenant's expense. Design Criteria for Tenant’s Electrical 4. Landlord has sized the electrical serv- Design Work ices to restaurant lease areas sufficient to 1. Landlord has provided a conduit at or accommodate a nominal load of 40 Watts near the perimeter of the Tenant space to per square foot. Loads in excess of this the Landlord's electrical service point. allowance will require special review and Electrical service shall be 277/480 volt 3- written permission of the Landlord. Any phase, 4-wire, 60 cycle. required revisions to the Landlord's electri- cal distribution system to accommodate the increased electrical load will be at Tenant's expense. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 65 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria 5. Landlord shall provide an electrical Landlord's electrical service point and pro- distribution system to electrical service vide a complete electrical system within the points located at various points throughout leased premises, including but not limited to, the Shopping Center. Tenant shall connect all necessary labor, branch and main circuit to Landlord's service connection point and breakers, panels, conduit, wire, etc., neces- provide disconnect switch, power company sary for the satisfactory operation of an elec- metering equipment, necessary conduit, and trical system. conductors from the electrical service point to the Leased Premises through the desig- n Each Tenant space shall have a single nated conduit. Tenant shall complete the electrical disconnecting means. electrical installation within the Leased n Electrical equipment and materials Premises in accordance with all applicable shall be new, in accordance with the National Electrical Code standards codes. Electrical plans submitted for Landlord's approval shall indicate the load and local codes and shall bear the requirements and wattages, and shall include Underwriters Laboratories label. complete panel schedule, riser diagram, n Storefront signage and display win- lighting fixtures (with quantities), and equip- dow lighting shall be controlled by a time clock. ment schedules. Notwithstanding anything n Electrical panel shall be provided to the contrary, Landlord shall not be required to provide service in excess of the with bolt on breakers and copper bus existing design load. bars. Load centers are not accept- able. 6. Electrical drawing submittal shall n Panel loads are to be balanced within include a tabulation of the electrical load, +/-10% during normal operating including quantities and sizes of lamps, conditions. appliances, signs, water heaters, etc. n Lighting circuit breakers shall be rated for switching duty. Tenant Responsibilities n Additional capacity may be available. 1. Tenant shall extend Landlord's service Upgrades to service size shall be at conduit to Tenant's electrical panel, provide Tenant's expense upon Landlord's and install service conductors from approval. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 66 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria n All wire must be copper and in con- conduits terminate at or near Tenant's lease duit. line. n A copy of the contractor's load bal- ance data must be given to the Center 4. Tenant shall provide duct smoke Operations Director. detectors in the supply and return ducts as n Meters are located in meter areas on required by code. exterior of building. 5. Tenant shall connect and furnish all n Low voltage wiring is not required to necessary labor, branch and main circuit be in conduit, but must be plenum breakers, panels, transformers, conduit, wire, rated cable. fuses, etc., to provide a complete approved n Electrical service is routed to tenant electric distribution system within the space from meter areas. Leased Premises. n Empty conduit is routed above Tenant's space. 6. Loads in excess of 15 Watts per n Typical voltage is 277/480V-3-phase-4- square foot for retail tenants, 75 Watts for wire. food court tenants, and 40 Watts for restau- rants and cafeterias shall require special 2. Tenant shall provide disconnect review by and written permission of switch with fuses and power company meter- Landlord, and Tenant shall be charged for ing equipment and extend Landlord's service required revisions to Landlord's distribution conduit to electrical service point via discon- system. nect switch and metering equipment. n Tenant shall coordinate electrical 7. Tenant's electrical drawing submittals service requirements with power shall be prepared by a registered electrical company. engineer, include a single line diagram and individual wattage tabulation (as well as 3. Telephone service equipment shall be overall total wattage demand) of the electri- provided by Tenant. Landlord will provide cal load including quantities and sizes of (1) ¾" empty conduit to each Tenant space lamps, appliances, signs, water heaters, etc. for telephone service. All service arrange- A complete electrical panel schedule is ments with the local telephone company are required for each installation. the responsibility of the Tenant. Empty con- WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 67 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria Electrical Construction 5. Electric water-heaters for domestic water usage in the Leased Premises are to be 1. Electrical materials and equipment furnished and installed by Tenant. Electric shall be National Electrical Code Standard, water-heaters shall be automatic and shall be unless better grade is required by local code limited to 12 gallon capacity unless Tenant's and shall bear the Underwriters business requires larger capacity. Heaters Laboratories label. All wire must be copper. must have a pressure relief valve discharge 2. Telephones and service shall be pro- piped to nearest drain in the Leased vided and installed by Tenant. A complete Premises. Tenant shall submit support detail conduit system, if required, shall be provided if a water heater is above the finished floor. by Tenant for the utility company with wires 6. Panel board, furnished and installed installed in the conduit. by Tenant, for lighting and power within the 3. Lighting fixtures shall be furnished Leased Premises shall be equal to type and installed by Tenant, and shall be of a NLAB class panels, and shall meet the type approved by applicable inspection requirements of local code. authorities. Recessed fixtures in furred Electrical Outline Specifications spaces shall be connected by a flexible con- duit (6'-0" maximum length) and "AF" wire General Requirements and run to a branch circuit outlet box which is independent of the fixture. Fluorescent All materials shall be new and shall conform ballast shall have individual non-resetting to applicable standards for the particular overload protection. materials. All electrical equipment and materials shall be UL listed and labeled. 4. Electrical material shall be furnished and installed by Tenant. Distribution panels, All work shall be installed in a neat and motor starters, lighting panels and push but- workmanlike manner by licensed electri- ton stations shall bear engraved bakelite cians. nameplates. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 68 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria Devices, plates, enclosures, covers, raceways, 277/480 volt system: fixtures, etc., shall be aligned perpendicular Phase A - Brown to and parallel with principle structure mem- Phase B - Orange bers. Phase C - Yellow Neutral - White with tracer Edges of device coverplates shall be vertical. Ground - Green Tops of floor outlets shall be flush with the Color code shall identify the same phase floor. throughout the system from service switch Exposed raceways shall be offset where they through all branch circuitry. enter surface mounted equipment. Main service feeder shall be sized in accor- Wiring installed in panelboards and enclo- dance with the National Electric Code. sures shall be neatly trained and laced. Tenant loads on the service feeder from the All wiring systems shall be concealed in pub- Landlord's service equipment shall be bal- lic and finished spaces. anced under normal operating conditions to within plus or minus 10 percent across all Flexible conduit shall be used for connection phases. to vibrating equipment. Storefront, store signs, and any lighting with- Minimum wire size shall not be less than No. in the control zone must have a lighting level 12 AWG (except for control wiring). as approved by the Landlord and shall be on All wiring shall be color coded per NEC. a time clock. Time clock settings shall be as directed by the Landlord. 120/208 volt system: Phase A - Black Exit signs and emergency lighting shall be Phase B - Red provided in accordance with local building Phase C - Blue codes. Neutral - White All electrical equipment within the ceiling Ground - Green cavity shall be supported by building steel or bar joists. All supports connected to bar WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 69 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria joists shall be from the top chord of the All tenant HVAC, mechanical and plumbing joists only. Electrical materials shall not be equipment within or remote from the prem- supported by roof deck, ductwork or ises shall be served from the Tenant's electri- HVAC/Plumbing/Fire Protection piping. cal services in the premises. Supports for unusually heavy equipment shall be designed by a registered Structural Connected load on 20 ampere lighting Engineer. branch circuits shall not exceed 80 percent of circuit capacity. Ground fault receptacles shall be installed in toilets within premises and within three (3) All roof penetrations shall be made by feet of lavatories or branch circuits shall be Landlord's roofing contractor at Tenant's protected by ground fault circuit breakers. expense. "Lock on" devices shall be provided for cir- Wire cuit breakers serving exit or emergency light- 1. All branch circuit, feeder and control ing. wiring shall be soft drawn, annealed copper Branch circuit directories shall be provided with 600 volt, THWN, THHN or XHHW in each panelboard. Directories shall be insulation. typewritten and shall be accurate and com- 2. Conductor No. 10 AWG and smaller plete. shall be solid and conductors No. 8 AWG and larger shall be stranded. All electrical operated signs shall be time 3. Aluminum wire shall not be used. clock controlled. 4. All wiring shall be installed in conduit All motors 1/2 horsepower and larger shall or shall be armored cable (NEC Type AC or MC). Armored cable will only be allowed be three phase. Motor less than 1/2 horse- power may be single phase. for branch circuits within the premises. Exposed or open wiring of any kind will not Electric heating units 3 kilowatt and larger be allowed. Bx cable shall not be used. shall be 3 phase, balanced. Heaters less than Metal flexible conduit for connection to 3 kilowatt may be single phase. recessed light fixtures shall be 6'-0" maxi- mum length. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 70 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria Conduit devices are located adjacent to each other. 1. Conduit shall be rigid steel, interme- Panelboards diate steel or EMT and shall be galvanized, except as indicated in paragraph 2 and 3. 1. Branch circuit panelboards shall be 2. Flexible conduit, two feet minimum bolt on molded case circuit breaker type. in length, shall be used for connection to Breakers serving lighting circuits shall be vibrating equipment. "SWD" rated. Breakers serving HVAC cir- 3. Flexible metal conduit tails, six feet in cuits shall be "HACR" rated. length, may be used between accessible fix- 2. Minimum interrupting rating for ture junction box and the recessed fluores- branch breakers shall be 10,000 amperes cent lighting fixture served from the junction symmetrical from 120/208 volt panelboards box. Junction boxes of this type may serve and 14,000 amperes symmetrical for 277/480 up to four separately recessed fluorescent volt panelboards. High interrupting capacity fixtures. In all cases other than above, each circuit breakers shall be provided as lighting fixture shall have its own junction required by Tenant's short circuit calcula- tions. box. 4. No plastic conduit or fittings shall be 3. Each panelboard shall have a ground used, except when installed under the floor bus. All bus bars shall be copper. slab on grade level. 4. Each panelboard shall have a circuit directory. Wiring Devices 5. Residential load center type panel- boards shall not be used. 1. Convenience receptacles shall be 6. Panelboards shall be Square D, I-line, specification grade, 120 volt, 20 ampere, NEHB, or NQOD, or as manufactured by grounding type. Ground fault interrupter General Electric or ITE-Seimens. type where required. 2. Toggle switches for control of lighting Transformers circuits and ON/OFF control of other equip- 1. Transformer shall be three phase dry ment shall be specification grade, quiet type, type with 220 degrees F class insulation 20 ampere, 120/277 volt. 3. Wall plates shall be ganged where WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 71 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria Electric or ITE-Seimens. having a maximum temperature rise of 115 degrees F. Disconnect Switches 2. Transformers shall have 480 volt pri- mary winding, 120/208 volt, 3 phase, 4 wire 1. Disconnect switches shall be fused or secondary windings and 6 primary voltage non-fused as required, heavy duty type. taps, 2 at 2 1/2 percent FCAN and 4 at 2 1/2 2. Fuse clips for fusible switches shall be percent FCBN. rejection type. 3. Transformers 45 KVA and smaller 3. General duty disconnect switches may be wall mounted on tenant built wall or shall not be used. trapeze mounted provided the Tenant uti- 4. Disconnect switches shall be Square lizes a suitable engineered mounting D, Class 3130, or as manufactured by arrangement. All other transformers shall General Electric or ITE-Seimens. be floor mounted. 4. Transformer location shall be suitable Motor Controllers ventilated to dissipate heat generated by the 1. A suitable motor controller shall be transformer at full load. In addition, trans- provided for all motors. former shall be located to allow proper 2. Motor controller shall provide either ventilation as indicated by the transformer manual or automatic control as required. manufacturer. Transformer shall not be 3. Motor controllers shall be provided mounted above ceilings. with overload protection in each phase load 5. Each transformer shall be provided and overloads shall be selected based on with an engraved warning nameplate perma- actual nameplate rating of the motor being nently affixed to the top of the transformer controlled as recommended by the manufac- with the inscription as follows: turer. "WARNING - HOT SURFACE - DO NOT 4. Motor controllers may be either indi- STORE ANYTHING ON TOP OF OR vidual type or combination type as desired. DIRECTLY ABOVE THIS TRANS- Individual type controllers shall be provided FORMER". with a lockable type disconnect within sight of each controller. In addition, where con- 6. Transformers shall be Square D, Class trollers are located not in sight from load 7400, or as manufactured by General served, a disconnect switch shall be located WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 72 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria within sight of the load served. 2. Contactors shall be suitably rated for 5. Combination type controller where the load served. used shall be fusible type. Fuses shall be 3. Control circuits extending beyond the dual element, time delay type sized per contactor enclosure shall operate at a maxi- equipment nameplate rating. mum voltage of 120 VAC. 6. Control circuit extending beyond the 4. Wherever possible, contactors shall be controller enclosure shall operate at a maxi- mechanically held type. mum voltage of 120 VAC. 5. Contactors shall be Square D, Class L 7. Manual motor starters with overloads or LX, or as manufactured by General for fractional horsepower motors shall be Electric or ITE-Seimens. 120/240 volt AC, single phase, NEMA enclo- sure to match environment and contain ther- Lighting Fixtures mal protection for each ungrounded conduc- 1. Fluorescent fixtures shall utilize rapid tor. start, energy saving lamps. Preheat and trig- 8. Combination motor starters shall be ger start lamp shall be limited to fixture manufactured and rated in accordance with requiring lamps less than 3 foot. NEMA standards. Starter shall be gravity 2. Fluorescent fixtures shall be of high drop-out type, contain thermal overload pro- quality with tight fitting doors and trim frame tection in each ungrounded conductor, full free of light leaks below or above ceiling. voltage, single speed, non-reversing, heavy 3. Fluorescent ballast shall be rapid start, duty control devices, NEMA enclosure to energy saving or electronic, Class P with a match environment, and contain a discon- Class A sound rating, and shall have individ- nect switch as indicated previously. ual non-restting overload protection. 9. Motor Controllers shall be Square D, 4. Supports for lighting fixtures shall be Class 2510 or Class 8539, or as manufac- independent of ceiling suspensions system tured by General Electric or ITE-Seimens. unless ceiling system is specifically designed to Contactors support weight of fixture. 5. Clips shall be provided for each lay-in 1. Contactor for control of lighting and type fixture to secure the fixture to the ceiling other loads shall be heavy duty, commercial grid. type. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 73 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria 6. Fluorescent light fixtures (troffer business. The storefront sign shall be con- type) will not be permitted within the Design trolled by a seven day time clock. Control Zone. Fluorescent strip lights used 12. Storefront lighting and lighting within in soffits must be shielded from the direct the Design Control Zone shall be controlled view of the patron. by a seven day timeclock. 7. All fluorescent light fixtures (troffer 13. Exit signs are to be internally illumi- type) used in sales are must be equipped nated, color and size of letter shall be in with parabolic type louver. accordance with all applicable codes. 8. Incandescent, quartz halogen or other Illuminated exit signs shall contain two sock- lamps producing 45 lumens per watt or less ets for emergency lamps, two fluorescent may be used for decorative, accent of special lamps for normal power, or shall be LED display lighting, or in particular cases where type with battery backup, satin aluminum incandescent "color" is mandatory. In other stencil face with color permanent fiberglass areas, illumination may be fluorescent, or letter panels, and single or double faces as metal halide. required. 9. Egress and exit lighting shall be pro- 14. Emergency lighting units shall supply vided as required in accordance with Article emergency lighting when the normal supply 700 of the latest version of the NEC. fails. Units shall be heavy duty, solid state, Provide night lights for security monitoring. low maintenance battery and rated for 1-1/2 Night light circuits shall be provided with hours at full output. Remote heads shall be lock-on devices. supplied by same manufacturer as battery 10. Lighting circuits, except night light unit. circuits and exit signs, may be wired through Time switches shall be electronic type with lighting contactors. These lighting contac- indoor enclosure, seven day and battery tors may be controlled by a time switch to backup. prevent lights from being energized when Tenant space is not occupied. Nameplate: Tenant shall furnish and install 11. The storefront sign must bear the UL nameplates on all motor starters, pushbutton label and conform to all building and electri- stations, disconnect switches and panel- cal codes. The store-front sign must be illu- boards. Each nameplate shall be black lami- minated at all hours the center is open for nated Micarta with 1/4" high white letters, WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 74 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Electrical System Design Criteria and shall be permanently affixed to outside not energized if toilet room lighting is not in surface of door by means of metal screws. operation. 3. Hot water heaters shall be wired Key switches for rolling grilles must be flush through a disconnect switch. The disconnect mounted a maximum of 12 inches AFF switch shall be located near the hot water and shall be located on the side face of the heater. storefront, not on the mall face. Switch cov- 4. Provide a light and convenience out- ers shall be bronze anodized or match adja- let near all tenant mechanical equipment cent storefront finish materials. above fixed suspended ceilings. Switch to Doorbell System: A doorbell system shall be light shall be located near access panel to provided for deliveries. The chime or bell ceiling space and shall have continuous light- shall be located in the sales area near the ed pilot for ease of location. rear of the space and the pushbutton shall be located near the rear door. Schedules and Diagrams Enclosed is a schedule for use by Tenant for Security System: A security system may be area and load calculation compliance. This installed if the individual Tenant requires sheet shall be used for submission of data to one. Before the security system is installed, the Landlord for review. the Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining approval from the Landlord. The security The load calculation schedule must be com- system must meet all the Landlord's criteria pleted and accompany final plan submission. before installation may take place. No drawings will be reviewed for final approval or be approved for permit use with- Mechanical Equipment out schedule. The schedule shall appear on 1. Electrical heaters installed within air the Drawings. ducts shall be so interlocked so that the Enclosed is a typical one line diagram for heater may not be energized if the air is not tenant electrical services. This diagram shall flowing. be used to develop the one-line diagrams to 2. Toilet exhaust fans shall be inter- be incorporated into the Tenant's Electrical locked with the toilet room lighting so fan is Drawings. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 77 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 16: Sprinkler System Design Criteria Submission Requirements Tenant’s Premises and as generally located on the Lease Outline Tenant shall submit complete plans and spec- Drawing. ifications for all sprinkler work, as per the requirements of the Lease, which shall con- Tenant’s Sprinkler System sist of, but not be limited to the following: The Tenant shall provide a connector to n General notes included on the Landlord’s single blind flange in the top or Tenant’s Working Drawings and side of the Landlord’s sprinkler bulk main, at information in the specifications the Tenant’s expense. The Tenant shall con- which define the sprinkler system nect to this flange and extent piping through- design, material and installation out the entire Premises, and install all sprin- requirements for the Tenant’s space. kler heads as required by the Tenant’s store layout. Only one connection to the n Detailed information and drawings as Landlord’s sprinkler bulk main is permitted. required for special conditions includ- ing in-rack sprinkler coverage if Sprinkler Shop Drawings required. Sprinkler shop drawing must be submitted to n Sprinkler system shop drawings and the Landlord’s Insurance Underwriter for hydraulic calculations must be review and approval before the Tenant’s sys- submitted for approval to the tem is installed. Landlord’s Insurance Underwriter. Shop drawing floor plans shall be Sprinkler System Design drawn at 1/4” = 1’-0” scale or larger, Requirements and shall indicate all tap connections, pipe specifications, head locations Tenant’s sprinkler system design shall be and hydraulic calculations. based on Ordinary Hazard Group II Occupancy Classification, or greater density n A sprinkler bulk main for tapping by if required by code. Tenant’s sprinkler sys- Tenant shall be provided by the tem shall be hydraulically calculated with Landlord in a location in or near the flow and pressure requirements shown at Landlord’s connection point. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 78 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Sprinkler System Design Criteria n Minimum Density: .17 water service connection point. GPM/square foot over the most Sprinkler Head Requirements remote 3,000 square feet. (The location of partition shall be ignored All sprinkler heads shall be quick-response when choosing the remote area) type. Fully recessed (concealed) type sprin- kler heads shall be used at the storefront n Maximum Coverage per Head: show windows and entry area. Either fully 130 square feet recessed or semi recessed sprinkler heads Hose Allowance: Hose stream allowances shall be installed throughout the public sales are not required within Tenant system calcu- area. lations. A 500 gpm hose allowance has been included in the Tenant fire sprinkler main Material Requirements design calculations. Piping: Black steel, Schedule 40 per Minimum Water Supply Pressure: NFPA 13. Fittings: 175 pound steel screwed, welded or Water Supply available at the Tenant con- Victalulic nection to the Tenant fire sprinkler main is as follows: Drains and Valves n Lower Level: Minimum 70 psi static, Valved Drains shall be provided with hose 43 psi residual, while flowing 725 gpm thread at all low points in sprinkler piping. n Upper Level: Minimum 63 psi static, Identify low point with a ceiling marker and 40 psi residual, while flowing 725 gpm provide access to all valved drains. Note: Tenant fire sprinkler mains have been An Inspector’s Test Valve is not required in hydraulically calculated to provide the above each Tenant Space and should not be provid- described water supply. Tenant sprinkler ed. calculation need only be taken to the Fire Extinguisher Tenant’s connection to the Tenant fire sprin- kler main, and do not need to be calculated Fire Extinguisher for hand use shall be pro- back to the building riser or municipal vided, located and installed by the Tenant in WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 79 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Sprinkler System Design Criteria accordance with the local Fire Department Sprinkler General Requirements requirements. n All Sprinkler system tests shall be Special Fire Protection Systems witnessed by the Landlord’s on-site Cooking Hood Exhaust Fire Protection. Fire representative and local jurisdictional protection above cooking equipment shall authorities as required. consist of an automatic fire extinguishing n Thoroughly clean installation upon system with connection to the Landlord’s completion. Heads, pipes, valves, and central fire alarm system. fittings shall be completely cleaned of Special Storage Conditions. Tenant’s stor- grease, metal cuttings, dirt, etc. age conditions may affect the design and n Final connection to Landlord’s sprin- installation of the Tenant’s sprinkler system. kler main shall not be made until the For areas where height of storage exceeds entire system within the demised twelve (12) feet, hydraulically calculated Premises is pressure tested and sprinklers shall be provided in accordance accepted by the municipal Fire with NFPA No.231 or 231C. Details for Department and the Landlord. The storage arrangements, types of racks, aisle Tenant shall not be allowed to bring widths, etc., shall be submitted to Landlord any merchandise stock into the and local Fire Marshal for review. For dou- demised Premises until the entire ble-decked storage areas (whether solid, slat- sprinkler system and fire alarm ted or open-grated), automatic sprinklers system has been inspected, approved shall be provided for each level. Fire protec- and put into operation. tion above rolling shelving units much also be provided in accordance with all code and n A Fire Protection System Material local fire department requirements. and Test Certificate must be submit- ted to the Landlord, and Landlord’s Dry Sprinkler Systems shall be installed in Insurance Underwriter. areas subject to temperatures lower than 40 degrees F., or as an alternate an anti-freeze system shall be installed. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 80 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Section 17: Fire Alarm System Criteria The Landlord Provides the Following: The Tenant’s system shall provide alarm, trouble and supervisory signals to the A central fire alarm system with the capabili- Landlord’s central fire alarm system. All ties of monitoring the Tenant’s smoke detec- fire alarm system components including tion and other fire alarm devices for tenants smoke detectors, duct detectors, fire alarm smaller than 1,000 sf, and with the capabili- panel, horns and strobes and any other sys- ties of monitoring the tenant’s fire alarm tem components that are part of the panel for tenants 1,000 sf and larger. Tenant’s individual fire alarm system shall be A fire alarm system connection junction box high quality commercial system components in or near the Tenant’s Premises and as gen- installed by a Landlord approved fire alarm erally located per the Space Lease Outline contractor. Tenant’s fire alarm system shall Drawing. comply with all code requirements. Fire Detection and Monitoring Tenant Fire Alarm Systems Devices Spaces less than 1,000 sf - Tenant spaces less than 1,000 square feet are not required to Tenant shall install all required system have a stand alone fire alarm system within devices (smoke detectors, control modules, the Tenant space. At a minimum, the Tenant monitor modules) as required for proper shall be required to install a duct detector at operation and connection to the Landlord’s the HVAC unit. All components shall be central system. All devices that are directly addressable components of the exact specifi- connected to the Landlord’s central fire cation to comply with the Landlord’s central alarm system shall be the exact model and fire alarm system, and shall be directly con- manufacturer required by the Landlord and nected to the Landlord’s system by the are required to be installed by the Landlord’s designated fire alarm contractor Landlord’s designated fire alarm installation at the Tenant’s expense. contractor at the Tenant’s expense. Spaces 1,000 sf or larger - Tenant spaces For spaces larger the 1,000 sf, Tenant shall 1,000 sf or larger are required to install a install a complete stand alone fire alarm sys- complete stand alone fire alarm system with- tem within the Tenant’s space. in the Tenant space. The Tenant fire alarm WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 81 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Fire Alarm System Criteria system shall include the following compo- The Tenant shall also be required to contract nents: with the Landlord’s designated fire alarm contractor for installation and connection of; n Duct detection devices at each HVAC (1) monitor modules (s) that shall monitor unit. alarm and supervisory signals from the n Smoke detection devices if required Tenant’s fire alarm panels, and (2) control by Code or desired by Tenant module(s) that shall provide an alarm input from the Landlord’s central fire alarm sys- n Fire alarm panel with alarm signal tem to the Tenant’s panel, which such signal output and supervising signal output shall initiate the horns and strobe operation to Landlord’s central fire alarm within the Tenant space. The monitor mod- system. Fire alarm panel must also ules and control modules shall be directly accept an input signal from the connected to the Landlord’s central fire Landlord’s central fire alarm system alarm system, and are required to be to initiate the Tenant’s horns and installed by the Landlord’s designated con- strobes upon the occurrence of a tractor at the tenant’s expense. general building alarm. Panel shall comply with all Code and jurisdiction Minimum Smoke Detection authority function requirements. Requirements n Horns and strobe devices, location as Duct detectors shall be required at each required by Code. rooftop HVAC unit within the Tenant’s space. For any HVAC unit which exceeds n Power supply/battery back-up for 15,000 cfm, separate duct detection is horns and strobes required in supply and return air ducts or as n Any other auxiliary fire alarm devices otherwise required by code. specifically required by Code or Tenants with cooking hoods and a fire sup- desired by Tenant. pression system are required to connect such system to the Mall fire alarm system. It is the responsibility of the Tenant and Tenant’s contractor to coordinate the WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 82 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Fire Alarm System Criteria connection details for this system with the n Complete all wiring connections to Landlord’s designated fire alarm contractor. Landlord’s central system and all addressable devices. HVAC System Shutdown n Complete all system programming at The Tenant’s HVAC system must be con- Landlord’s central fire alarm panel. nected to the fire alarm system so upon occurrence of any duct detection alarm, the n Obtain all required permits for work affected Tenant’s HVAC unit will stop oper- performed by Landlord’s fire alarm ation immediately. contractor. The Landlord’s Designated n Perform all startup testing and coordinate final test with municipal Contractor Shall Perform the authorities. Following The Tenant’s Contractor Shall The Landlord’s designated fire alarm con- tractor shall perform the following work for Perform the Following a typical Tenant space. All work performed The Tenant’s Contractor shall be responsible by Landlord’s contractor shall be completed for completing the following work for the solely at Tenant’s expense: fire alarm system installation: n Furnish and install Control and n Install conduit to connect the system Monitor Module devices. connection junction box with all n Furnish only Landlord standard devices and/or fire alarm panel. addressable duct detector for spaces n Install junction boxed at each device smaller than 1,000 sf. location. n Furnish and install all wiring between n For spaces less than 1,000 sf, install devices, detector and/or fire alarm the Landlord standard duct detec- panel and the system connection tor(s) junction box. WOODLANDS MALL EXPANSION PAGE 83 TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA Fire Alarm System Criteria n For spaces greater than 1,000 sf, Tenant contractor shall install a complete commercial grade fire alarm system that shall include a fire alarm panel and all required devices as outlined in this criteria section. n Coordinate device installation work, schedule and timing with the Landlord’s designated fire alarm contractor. n Tenant is required to use Landlord’s designated Fire Alarm Contractor for Installations. n Connect the Tenant HVAC system controls to the fire alarm system as required for unit shutdown function. n Coordinate all testing with the Landlord’s designated fire alarm contractor, the Landlord and the local jurisdictional authorities including the fire department and building department.
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