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									TENANT HANDBOOK
Rev. April 30, 2008




      180 East Broad Street
      Columbus, Ohio 43215
      614.621.9000
      www.glimcher.com
                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section One
Introduction
   General Information......................................................................................................................1-1
   General Requirements...................................................................................................................1-2
   Local Trade ...................................................................................................................................1-3
   Temporary Construction Barricades .............................................................................................1-3
   Temporary Utilities and Services..................................................................................................1-3
   Clean-up and Demolition..............................................................................................................1-4
   Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)........................................................................................1-4

Section Two
Contact Information
   Landlord’s Contacts ......................................................................................................................2-1
   Landlord’s Designated Contractors Contacts ...............................................................................2-2
   CITY OF STOCKTON Contacts........................................................................................................2-2
   Utility Contacts .............................................................................................................................2-2

Section Three
Landlord and Tenant Responsibilities
   Landlord’s Work...........................................................................................................................3-1
   Tenant’s Work ..............................................................................................................................3-2

Section Four
Schedule of Tenant Charges
   Costs to be Reimbursed to Landlord for Work or Services Provided by Landlord ......................4-1
   Construction Damage and Security Deposit .................................................................................4-1

Section Five
Tenant Submission and Drawing Requirements
   General..........................................................................................................................................5-1
   Preliminary Design Phase .............................................................................................................5-1
   Working Drawing Phase ...............................................................................................................5-2
   Review and Exceptions Process....................................................................................................5-3

Section Six
Design Criteria
   Governing Codes List/Code Data Summary.................................................................................6-1
   Building Data ................................................................................................................................6-1
   Exit Capacity Calculations............................................................................................................6-1
   Exit Access Corridors ...................................................................................................................6-1
   Basic Issues Affecting Tenant’s Work..........................................................................................6-1
   Visual Design Criteria...................................................................................................................6-2
   Storefront ......................................................................................................................................6-3
   Lighting.........................................................................................................................................6-8
   Store Interior Visual Merchandising...........................................................................................6-10
   Food Court Criteria .....................................................................................................................6-10

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Section Seven
Sign Criteria
   General..........................................................................................................................................7-1
   Construction Requirements...........................................................................................................7-2
   Major Tenant Signage...................................................................................................................7-3
   Landlord’s Signage .......................................................................................................................7-3
   Minimum Submissions .................................................................................................................7-4
   Sign Installation ............................................................................................................................7-4

Section Eight
Building Permit Procedures
   General..........................................................................................................................................8-1
   Food Tenants.................................................................................................................................8-1

Section Nine
Contractor’s Requirements
   Contractor Regulations .................................................................................................................9-1
   Contractor’s Minimum Submittals ...............................................................................................9-1
   Insurance.......................................................................................................................................9-2
   Licensing.......................................................................................................................................9-2
   Construction Rules........................................................................................................................9-3
   Harmony Clause ...........................................................................................................................9-6

Section Ten
Tenant Close-Out Requirements

Section Eleven
Forms
   Tenant Construction Checklist ...................................................................................................................11-1
   Tenant’s Contractor and Subcontractors ....................................................................................................11-2
   Minimum Submission Checklist ................................................................................................................11-3
   Permission to Weld ....................................................................................................................................11-4
   MEP Checklist............................................................................................................................................11-5
   Electrical Load Summary Data ..................................................................................................................11-6
   Electrical Submittal Form ..........................................................................................................................11-7
   Electrical Submittal Form (2).....................................................................................................................11-8
   Electrical Panel Schedule ...........................................................................................................................11-9
   HVAC Submittal Form ............................................................................................................................11-10
   Room Heat Losses....................................................................................................................................11-11
   Room Heat Gains .....................................................................................................................................11-12
   Load Calculation Summary Form ............................................................................................................11-13
   Plumbing Submittal Form ........................................................................................................................11-14
   Statement of Costs....................................................................................................................................11-15
   Indemnification Agreement......................................................................................................................11-16
   Costs to be Reimbursed to Landlord for Work or Materials Provided by Landlord ................................11-17
   CITY OF STOCKTON Construction Permits & Plan Check.........................................................................11-18
   CITY OF STOCKTON TIPS - Tenant Improvement Project Submittals.......................................................11-21
   CITY OF STOCKTON Inspections - What you need to know ......................................................................11-24
   CITY OF STOCKTON Commercial Checklist ..............................................................................................11-27

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                                        Table of Contents (Continued)
   CITY OF STOCKTON Application for Permit..............................................................................................11-28

Section Twelve
Details & Illustrations
   Isometric - Storefront/Tenant Criteria Exhibit SC-2 ..................................................................................12-1
   Storefront Elevation - Storefront/Tenant Criteria Exhibit SC-3.................................................................12-2
   Section Diagram - Storefront/Tenant Criteria Exhibit SC-5 ......................................................................12-3
   Air Ducts at Storefront - Storefront/Tenant Criteria Exhibit SC-6.............................................................12-4




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INTRODUCTION
This Tenant Handbook has been prepared as a guide to assist Tenant, Tenant’s store planner,
architect and contractors through the process of designing, obtaining approval for,
constructing and opening Tenant’s store. The information contained in this Tenant
Handbook will assist Tenant and its store planner in developing a design that meets
Landlord’s criteria and will serve as a tool for both Tenant’s architect and contractors by
providing as much information as possible to assist in expediting their tasks.

General Information
Although contained elsewhere in this Tenant Handbook, Landlord has compiled a list of
answers to the most frequently asked questions to help save time.
1. This is an existing mall.
2. The mall address is: WEBERSTOWN MALL
                           4950 Pacific Avenue
                           Suite 500
                           Stockton, California 95207-6306
                           Telephone: 209/477-0247
                           Facsimile: 209/952-4671.
3. The address for Tenants is: Tenant’s Store Name
                                   Tenant’s Space Number
                                   4950 Pacific Avenue
                                   Stockton, California 95207-6306
                                   Telephone: 209/477-0247
                                   Facsimile: 209/952-4671.
4. The mall statistics are as follows:
   A. This is a single mall with a 4" nominal slab-on-grade.
   B. Landlord has installed a zoned sprinkler system throughout the mall.
   C. Tenant’s HVAC system shall be by way of a central plant system with CAV coil and
      hot water re-heat.
   D. The primary electric service shall be 480 volt, 3-phase.
   E. Gas is available to Tenants.
   F. Water meters are required for high volume users as determined by Landlord with
      Tenant installing and paying for all required water meters.
   G. A toilet room is required for all Tenants with more than 450 SF.
   H. A smoke control system is not required nor provided by Landlord.
5. Licensing
   A. All contractors, both general and sub-trades, shall be licensed by the STATE OF
      CALIFORNIA and comply with state labor and wage bond laws and regulations.
   B. Copies of said licenses shall be posted and maintained onsite during construction by
      Tenant’s contractors.
   C. Tenant and/or Tenant’s contractors should contact the CITY OF STOCKTON for details
      regarding local licensing.
6. Working Hours:
   A. Tenant’s contractors may work during mall business hours.
   B. Should Tenant need to perform work outside of mall business hours, Tenant should
      contact the mall management office.

                                                                          Section One
                                                                     INTRODUCTION
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7. Delivery Policy
   A. Landlord will not accept deliveries of Tenant’s materials, fixtures or merchandise.
   B. Tenant and Tenant’s contractor are to use Tenant’s service door for receipt of all
      deliveries.
   C. Deliveries through the mall common area are not permitted.
   D. Tenant and Tenant’s contractor must comply with the rules for delivery of materials
      and equipment to and from Tenant’s leased premises as directed by Landlord’s Onsite
      Tenant Coordinator or Landlord’s Mall Manager.
   E. Landlord will provide delivery maps onsite when Tenant’s contractors check in with
      Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.

General Requirements
1. Tenant shall commence with the construction of its leased premises no later than seven
    days from either of the following dates, whichever occurs later:
    A. the date of receipt by Tenant of written notice from Landlord that Landlord has
        substantially completed Landlord’s Work and that Tenant’s leased premises are ready
        for Tenant’s Work in accordance with the approved plans and specifications; or
    B. the day on which Tenant receives Landlord’s approved plans and specifications for
        Tenant’s leased premises.
2. Tenant shall carry such construction to completion with all due diligence.
3. Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining all permits and approvals.
4. Landlord’s approval shall not be valid unless in writing and signed on behalf of Landlord.
5. Tenant’s Work shall be performed in a first class, workmanlike manner and shall be in
    good usable condition at the date of completion.
6. Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for all items invoiced under Tenant’s Lease Agreement,
    other written agreement and this Tenant Handbook prior to Tenant’s contractor
    commencing construction on Tenant’s leased premises.
7. Landlord shall notify Tenant of work that must be accomplished before Tenant
    commences performance of any part of Tenant’s Work.
8. Tenant shall promptly, on demand, reimburse Landlord for all costs of planning and
    performing work as incurred by Landlord and for any costs incurred by Landlord in
    obtaining any required permits.
9. Tenant’s Work shall be subject to the inspection and approval of Landlord.
10. Landlord shall have the right to stop Tenant’s Work whenever necessary to obtain
    compliance with applicable building and safety codes or the approved working drawings
    and specifications.
11. All Tenant Work which does not comply with Tenant’s approved working drawings and
    specifications shall be corrected within seven (7) days of notification to Tenant.
12. Landlord shall have the right to perform, at Tenant’s expense, any of Tenant’s Work
    which Landlord determines, in its sole discretion, should be performed:
    A. immediately on an emergency basis;
    B. to the extent required for Landlord’s compliance with all applicable building codes;
        or
    C. to the extent necessary to obtain any Certificates of Use and Occupancy required by
        Landlord or any other Tenant at WEBERSTOWN MALL.
13. Charges for all work performed and services rendered by Landlord for or on behalf of
    Tenant shall be due and payable by Tenant within ten (10) days after invoicing by
    Landlord.

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14. Landlord shall have the right, upon written notice, to locate, both vertically and
    horizontally, utility lines, air ducts, flues, refrigerant lines, drains, sprinkler mains and
    valves and such other facilities, including access panels for same, within Tenant’s leased
    premises as deemed necessary by engineering design and/or code requirements.
15. Landlord’s right to locate facilities within Tenant’s leased premises shall include the
    facilities required by other Tenants.
16. Landlord shall have the right to locate mechanical and other equipment on the roof over
    Tenant’s leased premises.
17. Temporary Heat
    A. When required, Tenant shall provide temporary heat for Tenant’s leased premises
        during construction.
    B. Open burners are not allowed.
    C. Landlord must approve the use of any temporary heating fuel.
18. Landlord shall have the right to order Tenant or Tenant’s contractor who willfully
    violates any of the above requirements to cease work and remove itself, its equipment
    and its employees from the project.

Local Trade
1. WEBERSTOWN MALL is not a union shop construction site.
2. Tenant and Tenant’s contractor shall respect and work harmoniously within this
   environment.
3. Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator will attempt to convey all available information
   regarding work site policies.
4. Landlord cannot make representations as to the accuracy of a specific concern.

Temporary Construction Barricade
1. Barricades are required during construction.
2. Tenant shall erect the barricade before or after mall hours.
3. Barricades constructed by Tenant shall be at Tenant’s expense and shall consist of ½"
   plywood or 5/8" gypsum board which is taped, finished and painted off-white.
4. The barricade shall not exceed 4'-0" from Tenant’s lease line into the mall common area.
5. Tenant’s contractor shall cover the top of the barricade with a dust cover to the neutral
   bands with a clear, heavy visqueen.
6. The dust cover shall not be exposed on the mall side of the barricade.
7. In the event Landlord provides an existing barricade for Tenant, said barricade shall be at
   Tenant’s expense in the amount of $75/LF.
8. Barricades shall be removed only during when the mall is closed.
9. Barricades shall not be removed until approved by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
   Coordinator.

Temporary Utilities and Services
1. Landlord shall provide temporary water and electric at Tenant’s expense.
2. The cost to Tenant for the Landlord-provided temporary water and electric shall be a one
   (1) time charge in the amount of $0.45/SF which must be paid prior to Tenant
   commencing with construction of its leased premises.




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Clean-Up and Demolition
1. Tenant and Tenant’s contractors shall be responsible for complete and total demolition, if
   applicable, of existing materials not re-used including, but not limited to, studs, drywall,
   ceilings, ducts, conduit, vent stacks, floor finishes, soffits, etc.
2. Landlord shall inspect the demolition of Tenant’s leased premises, at Tenant’s expense,
   and shall be required to sign off on said demolition.
3. Under no circumstances shall any portion of Landlord’s building structure be demolished
   without Landlord’s written approval and a Landlord representative present including, but
   not limited to, columns, slabs, grade beams, demising walls, utilities and bulkhead
   assemblies.
4. Tenant shall provide an area for dry rubbish collection containers within Tenant’s leased
   premises.
5. Should Tenant generate wet garbage, Tenant shall provide wet garbage containers.
6. Tenant and Tenant’s contractors shall be responsible during construction and fixturing for
   the removal of Tenant’s trash.
7. Tenant shall provide dumpsters which shall be placed in a location designated by the
   Mall Management.
8. If Tenant or Tenant’s contractors are negligent and fail to remove trash on a timely basis
   (no accumulation is allowed), Landlord, at its option, may remove same and Tenant shall
   reimburse Landlord.

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
Tenant and Tenant’s contractors must comply with the EEO and associated AFFIRMATIVE
ACTION provisions contained therein.




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PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION
Landlord’s Contacts
1. Mall: WEBERSTOWN MALL
          4950 Pacific Avenue
          Suite 500
          Stockton, California 95207-6306
          Telephone: 209/477-0247
          Facsimile: 209/952-4671.
2. Mall Management: Mike Fernandez, Operations Manager
                         Tom Cleveland, General Manager
                         WEBERSTOWN MALL
                         4950 Pacific Avenue
                         Suite 500
                         Stockton, California 95207-6306
                         Telephone: 209/477-0247
                         Facsimile: 209/952-4671
3. Landlord’s Agent: GLIMCHER DEVELOPMENT CORP.
                     150 East Gay Street
                     Columbus, Ohio 43215
                     Telephone: 614/621-9000.
4. Manager, Tenant Coordination and Construction (Landlord’s Tenant Coordinator):
      Ronald G. Mart
      GLIMCHER DEVELOPMENT CORP.
      150 East Gay Street
      Columbus, Ohio 43215
      Telephone: 614/887-5648
      Facsimile: 614/621-9331.
5. Corporate Operations: GLIMCHER REALTY TRUST
                         150 East Gay Street
                         Columbus, Ohio 43215
                         Telephone: 614/621-9000.
6. Corporate Leasing: GLIMCHER REALTY TRUST
                         150 East Gay Street
                         Columbus, Ohio 43215
                         Telephone: 614/621-9000.

Note: Unless otherwise stated, “Landlord” shall signify Landlord’s Representative. All
      correspondence, questions and submittals shall be addressed to Landlord’s Tenant
      Coordinator.




                                                                       Section Two
                                         PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION
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Landlord’s Designated Contractors Contacts
1. HVAC
      Bill Relf
      JH SIMPSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY
      4025 Coronado Avenue
      Stockton, California 95204-2311
      Telephone: 209/466-1477
2. Roofing
      Tom Asbury
      SUMMIT ROOFING
      705 Industrial Park Drive
      Manteca, California 95337
      Telephone: 209/825-3042

CITY OF STOCKTON Contacts
1. CITY OF STOCKTON
   BUILDING DEPARTMENT
   425 North El Dorado Street
   Stockton, California 95202
   Telephone: 209/937-8561
   Building Inspection: 209/937-8560
2. CITY OF STOCKTON
   HEALTH DEPARTMENT
   304 East Weber Street
   Stockton, California 95202
   Telephone: 209/468-3420
3. CITY OF STOCKTON
   FIRE DEPARTMENT
   425 North El Dorado Street
   Stockton, California 95202
   Telephone: 209/937-8801

Utility Contacts
1. Electric
        Jeff Elin, Account Representative
        PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC
        4040 West Lane
        Stockton, California 95201-0930
        Telephone: 209-942-1711
        Toll Free: 800/743-5000
2. Gas
    Jeff Elin, Account Representative
        PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC
        4040 West Lane
        Stockton, California 95201-0930
        Telephone: 209-942-1711
        Toll Free: 800/743-5000


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3. Satellite/Cable/Data Link: Contact Corporate Operations
      GLIMCHER REALTY TRUST
      OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
      150 East Gay Street
      Columbus, Ohio 43215
      Telephone: 614/621-9000.
4. Telephone
       AT&T CALIFORNIA
       Toll Free: 800/750-2355
5. Water/Sewer
       Henry Wind, District Manager
       CALIFORNIA WATER & SEWER
       1550 West Fremont Street
       Stockton, California 95203
       Telephone: 209/466-8971




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LANDLORD AND TENANT RESPONSIBILITIES
Landlord’s Work
1. Building
   Landlord shall provide an enclosed mall of exterior and interior design and materials as
   described below:
   A. a steel, concrete and masonry structure, all in accordance with the governing local
       building codes;
   B. roofing of the type construction as determined by Landlord;
   C. roof insulation as determined by Landlord;
   D. the following materials and finishes:
       1) exterior walls of masonry or as determined by Landlord;
       2) exposed interior face of exterior walls of exposed metal studs or as determined by
           Landlord;
       3) structural clear heights as determined by Landlord which are not less than 14'-0";
           and
       4) a structure designed to support standard-sized rooftop heating and cooling
           equipment;
   E. a mall building designed as Type 2C - unprotected, non-combustible construction.
2. Common Facilities
   A. Exterior: hard surfaced parking lots, parking decks at Landlord’s option, access roads,
       delivery areas, drainage system, walks, ramps, lighting, landscaping and planting,
       striping, signage, retention/detention basins and other areas, facilities and
       improvements as determined by Landlord.
   B. Interior: enclosed, heated, air conditioned and lighted malls, courts, stairs, elevators,
       escalators, toilet facilities, neutral piers, ceilings and entryways in common areas,
       ventilated, heated and lighted delivery areas, service and exit corridors, stairs, ramps,
       elevators, project equipment rooms, utility rooms, storage and baler rooms and other
       areas, facilities and improvements as determined by Landlord.
3. Utility Distribution Services to Tenant’s Premises
   A. Tenant shall field-verify existing utilities.
   B. If additional service is required, Tenant shall request same of Landlord, in writing,
       and shall be responsible for all costs pertaining to the upgrade existing utilities.
   C. Electric Service
       1) Landlord shall provide, at Tenant’s expense, an electrical service located in
           Landlord’s electrical room including meter socket and disconnect and a secondary
           distribution 2" empty conduit stubbed into Tenant’s leased premises.
       2) The electric service available in Landlord’s electrical room shall be 277/480 volts,
           3-phase, 5-wire.
   D. Fire Protection (Sprinkler)
       1) Landlord shall install a sprinkler main and tee to Tenant’s leased premises.
       2) Landlord may elect to install, in spaces not leased, a standard grid sprinkler
           system complete with sprinkler drops and heads, at Tenant’s expense.
       3) Landlord will re-work any existing standard grid sprinkler system to
           accommodate Tenant’s improvements, at Tenant’s expense.



                                                                            Section Three
                               LANDLORD AND TENANT RESPONSIBILITIES
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4. Landlord’s Work within Tenant’s Leased Premises
   A. Demising Partitions: Landlord shall construct, at Tenant’s expense, a metal stud
      partition separating Tenant’s leased premises from adjacent Tenants, corridors and/or
      service areas.
   B. Ceilings shall consist of the exposed structure of the roof or the floor above.
   C. Floors shall be 4" slab-on-grade.
   D. Service Door: Where applicable, Landlord shall install, at Tenant’s expense, a 3'-0" x
      7'-0" service door to the mall building exterior in Tenant’s leased premises complete
      with frame, hardware, threshold and weather stripping and an outside security light
      where said door is required by code or as Landlord’s architect has provided.
   E. Neutral Piers: Where required or at Landlord’s option, a vertical pier shall be located
      at the storefront line between Tenant premises.

Tenant’s Work
Tenant shall, at its sole cost and expense, perform all work, other than that to be performed
by Landlord as set forth above, required to complete Tenant’s leased premises to a finished
condition ready for Tenant’s conduct of business as described below:
1. General
   A. Tenant shall obtain all permits and approvals, at Tenant’s expense.
   B. Tenant shall commence construction of its leased premises no later than seven (7)
       days from either of the following dates, whichever occurs later:
       1) the date of receipt by Tenant of written notice from Landlord that Landlord has
           substantially completed Landlord’s Work and that Tenant’s leased premises are
           ready for Tenant’s Work in accordance with the approved plans and
           specifications; or
       2) the day on which Tenant receives from Landlord signed and stamped copies of
           Tenant’s plans and specifications for Tenant’s leased premises.
   C. Tenant shall carry its construction to completion with all due diligence.
   D. Tenant’s Work shall be performed in a first class, workmanlike manner and shall be
       in good usable condition at the date of completion.
   E. Approval by Landlord shall not be valid unless in writing and signed on behalf of
       Landlord.
   F. Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for all items invoiced under Tenant’s Lease
       Agreement, another written agreement and this Tenant Handbook prior to Tenant’s
       contractor commencing with Tenant’s Work at WEBERSTOWN MALL.
   G. Landlord shall notify Tenant of work that must be accomplished before Tenant
       commences performance of any of Tenant’s Work.
   H. Tenant shall promptly, on demand, reimburse Landlord for all costs of planning and
       performing work as incurred by Landlord and for any costs incurred by Landlord in
       obtaining all required permits.
   I. Tenant’s Work shall be subject to inspection and approval by Landlord and
       Landlord’s architect.
   J. Landlord shall have the right to stop Tenant’s Work whenever necessary to obtain
       compliance with applicable building and safety codes or with the approved working
       drawings and specifications.
   K. All of Tenant’s Work which does not comply with Tenant’s approved working
       drawings and specifications shall be corrected within seven (7) days of notification to
       Tenant.

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   L. Landlord shall have the right to perform, at Tenant’s expense, any of Tenant’s Work
      which Landlord determines, in its sole discretion, should be performed:
      1) immediately on an emergency basis;
      2) to the extent required for Landlord’s compliance with all applicable building
          codes; or
      3) to the extent necessary to obtain any Certificates of Use and Occupancy required
          by Landlord or any other Tenant at WEBERSTOWN MALL.
   M. Charges for all work performed and services rendered by Landlord for or on behalf of
      Tenant shall be due and payable by Tenant within ten (10) days after invoicing by
      Landlord.
   N. Landlord shall have the right, upon written notice, to locate, both vertically and
      horizontally, utility lines, air ducts, flues, refrigerant lines, drains, sprinkler mains and
      valves and such other facilities, including access panels for same, within Tenant’s
      leased premises, including the roof over Tenant’s leased premises, as deemed
      necessary by engineering design and/or code requirements for Tenant’s space or as
      required for other Tenants.
   O. Landlord shall have the right to locate mechanical and other equipment on the roof
      over Tenant’s leased premises.
   P. Temporary Heat
      1) When required, Tenant shall provide temporary heat for Tenant’s leased premises
          during construction.
      2) Open burners are not permitted.
      3) The use of any temporary heating fuel must be approved by Landlord.
   Q. Landlord shall have the right to order Tenant or Tenant’s contractor who willfully
      violate any of the above requirements to cease work and to remove itself and its
      equipment and employees from WEBERSTOWN MALL.
2. Temporary Barricades
   A. Barricades are required during construction.
   B. Tenant shall erect the barricade before or after mall hours.
   C. Barricades constructed by Tenant shall be at Tenant’s expense and shall consist of ½"
      plywood or 5/8" gypsum board which is taped, finished and painted off-white.
   D. The barricade shall not exceed 4'-0" from Tenant’s lease line into the mall common
      area.
   E. Tenant’s contractor shall cover the top of the barricade with a dust cover to the
      neutral bands with a clear, heavy visqueen.
   F. The dust cover shall not be exposed on the mall side of the barricade.
   G. In the event Landlord provides an existing barricade for Tenant, said barricade shall
      be at Tenant’s expense in the amount of $75/LF.
   H. Barricades shall be removed only during when the mall is closed.
   I. Barricades shall not be removed until approved by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
      Coordinator.
3. Clean-Up and Demolition
   A. Tenant and Tenant’s contractors shall be responsible for the complete and total
      demolition, if applicable, of existing materials which are not to be reused including,
      but not limited to, studs, drywall, ceilings, ducts, conduit, vent stacks, floor finishes,
      soffits, etc.
   B. Landlord shall inspect and be required to sign off on Tenant’s demolition at Tenant’s
      expense.

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   C. Under no circumstances shall any portion of Landlord’s building structure to be
      demolished without Landlord’s written approval and a Landlord representative
      present including, but not limited to, columns, slabs, grade beams, demising walls,
      utilities and bulkhead assemblies.
   D. Tenant shall provide an area for dry rubbish collection containers within Tenant’s
      leased premises.
   E. Should Tenant generate wet garbage, wet garbage containers shall be provided by
      Tenant.
   F. Tenant and Tenant’s contractor shall be responsible during construction and fixturing
      for Tenant’s trash removal.
   G. Tenant shall provide dumpsters placed in a location designated by the mall
      management.
   H. Should Tenant or Tenant’s contractor be negligent and fail to remove trash on a
      timely basis (no accumulation is allowed), Landlord, at its option, may remove same
      and Tenant agrees to reimburse Landlord.
4. Temporary Utilities and Service
   A. Landlord will provide temporary electric and water at Tenant’s expense.
   B. The cost to Tenant for temporary electric and water services shall be a one (1) time
      charge in the amount of $0.45/SF which must be paid prior to Tenant’s
      commencement of construction.




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SCHEDULE OF TENANT CHARGES
Costs to be Reimbursed to Landlord for Work or Materials Provided by Landlord
1. Mall Tile:                 $30/Each
2. Temporary Barricades:      $75/LF
3. Sprinkler Shut Down:       $250/Each
4. Engineering Labor:         $45/Hour
5. Housekeeping Labor:        $35/Hour
6. Temporary Service Power: $0.45/SF
7. In-House Storage:          $35/Day (Negotiable)

Construction Damage and Security Deposit
1. Tenant or Tenant’s contractor shall submit a construction damage and security deposit in
   the amount of $3,000 to Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator prior to commencing
   construction of Tenant’s leased premises.
2. Tenant’s or Tenant’s contractor’s construction damage and security deposit shall be
   refunded upon completion of Tenant’s leased premises and submission of all close-out
   requirements, less any damages.




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                                            SCHEDULE OF TENANT CHARGES
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TENANT SUBMISSION AND DRAWING REQUIREMENTS
General
1. Tenant must engage the services of an architect registered in the STATE OF CALIFORNIA
   that is familiar with retail design and construction documents.
2. Tenant’s architect must be made familiar with the requirements of Tenant’s Lease
   Agreement and this Tenant Handbook.

Preliminary Design Phase
The purpose of the preliminary design phase is to acquaint Landlord with Tenant’s intentions
so Landlord may comment and/or advise Tenant of changes necessary to meet established
criteria before Tenant proceeds with its final working drawings and submissions.
1. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed and shall not be regarded as “received by
    Landlord” until all materials required are in Landlord’s possession.
2. Tenant’s drawing submission shall be produced as 24" x 36" format.
3. Tenant’s submission of the store preliminary design drawings shall consist of the
    following drawings, clearly identified with the mall name, Tenant’s store name and space
    number, the location of Tenant’s store on a Key Plan with Tenant’s leased premises
    clearly identified:
    A. Floor Plan showing the approximate fixture locations, interior partitions, toilet rooms,
         exits, display areas, etc. with the dimensions of Tenant’s demised premises;
    B. Reflected Ceiling Plan showing a high level of design focus that will enhance the
         architecture of the store, state-of-the-art lighting resolutions being employed and light
         fixture types and their locations;
    C. Interior Elevations showing all wall surfaces visible within Tenant’s sales area and all
         major design features and materials;
    D. Storefront Elevations and Sections showing the locations of signage, display areas
         and Tenant’s store closure and identifying all materials to be used on a ½" = 1'-0"
         scale;
    E. Exterior and Interior Renderings or Photographs to illustrate the design intent of:
         1) Tenant’s storefront signage and visual merchandising; and
         2) Tenant’s interior entrance perspective as seen by Tenant’s customers showing the
             ceilings, walls, focal points and cash wrap as much as possible;
    F. Material and Colors on a set of black line prints or by means of a separate color or
         sample board or color photographs of previous installations;
    G. Sample and Catalog Cuts, Photographs and/or Samples showing the carpet, wall
         coverings, store fixtures, lighting fixtures and other special treatments; and
    H. Visual Merchandising components, such as image boards, to be employed (i.e.
         mannequins, forms, pedestals, focal points and vignettes etc.).
4. As soon as practicable after receipt of Tenant’s store preliminary design drawings,
    Landlord shall return to Tenant (or Tenant’s architect) one (1) set of drawings bearing
    Landlord’s rejection (for incomplete or grossly inappropriate or inadequate schemes),
    suggested modifications and/or approval.
5. Tenant’s architect shall return a response to Landlord’s comments of Tenant’s store
    preliminary design drawings within ten (10) days of receipt.
6. Preliminary approval made in good faith does not restrict Landlord from further
    comments at the working drawing phase.

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                  TENANT SUBMISSION AND DRAWING REQUIREMENTS
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Working Drawing Phase
1. Landlord will not review incomplete submissions!
2. Tenant’s final working drawings and specifications must be prepared by an architect or
   engineer licensed by the STATE OF California and must bear the architect’s registration
   seal.
3. Within twenty-one (21) days after Tenant’s preliminary drawings have been approved, in
   writing, by Landlord, Tenant’s architect shall proceed with providing Landlord with
   Tenant’s final working drawings and specifications incorporating any design suggestions
   and/or comments.
4. Tenant’s architect, engineer or store designer shall obtain and review all applicable codes
   and verify all existing conditions and dimensions.
5. Tenant’s final working drawings and specifications submittal shall consist of, at a
   minimum, the following drawings:
   A. Floor Plan indicating locations of partitions and doors, Tenant’s lease line
       relationship to stores, Landlord’s and/or Tenant’s responsibilities (per the terms of
       Tenant’s Lease Agreement), the location of power and telephone outlets, overall
       dimensions of Tenant’s space, mall column locations and column lines, thermal and
       sound insulation locations and Tenant’s location on a Key Plan on a ¼" = 1"-0' scale;
   B. Reflected Ceiling Plan indicating ceiling materials and configuration of ceiling
       heights for each area, light fixture locations, schedule and description, manufacturers’
       names and model numbers, supply and return grilles and other items attached to or
       coming through Tenant’s ceiling;
   C. Storefront Elevations indicating materials and colors used, sign size and location and
       any structural information and specifications for Tenant’s entrance doors;
   D. Plumbing Plan indicating plumbing under Tenant’s floor, plumbing above Tenant’s
       floor, plumbing and piping details and riser diagrams, plumbing schedules and a
       fixture list on a scale of ¼" = 1'-0";
   E. HVAC Plan indicating rooftop condensers, HVAC ductwork and details, type,
       location and size of special equipment (range hoods, refrigeration equipment, etc.),
       controls locations, air balance calculations and HVAC load calculations on a scale of
       ¼" = 1'-0";
   F. Fixture Layout Plan indicating the fixture layout, physical dimensions and types of
       materials used for construction on a scale of ¼" = 1'-0";
   G. Sprinkler System including all calculations for approval by Landlord’s insurance
       underwriter on a scale of ¼" = 1'-0"; and
   H. all applicable forms contained in this Tenant Handbook:
       1) Tenant Construction Checklist;
       2) List of Tenant Contractor and Subcontractors;
       3) Minimum Submission Checklist;
       4) Permission to Weld;
       5) MEP Checklist;
       6) Electrical Load Summary Data;
       7) Electrical Submittal Form;
       8) Electrical Submittal Form (2);
       9) Electrical Panel Schedule;
       10) HVAC Submittal Form;
       11) Room Heat Losses;
       12) Room Heat Gains;

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      13) Load Calculation Summary Form ;
      14) Plumbing Submittal Form;
      15) Statement of Costs; and
      16) Indemnification Agreement.
6. Signage Plans shall be submitted separately in accordance with Tenant’s Lease
   Agreement Signage Exhibit, as expanded upon by the design and technical requirements
   contained in this Tenant Handbook and consistent with the signage design as approved by
   Landlord in Tenant’s preliminary design submission.

Review and Exceptions Process
1. Landlord shall return one set of prints of Tenant’s working drawings and specifications as
   soon as possible after receipt bearing Landlord’s suggested modifications and/or
   approval.
2. Upon receipt of Tenant’s working drawings and specifications bearing Landlord’s
   comments, Tenant may take exception if done so in writing, by certified or registered
   mail addressed to Landlord, within seven (7) days from the date of receipt of the working
   drawings and specifications. Unless such action is taken, it shall be deem that all
   comments made by Landlord are acceptable to and adopted by Tenant.
3. Should Tenant’s working drawings and specifications be returned to Tenant with
   comments but not bearing Landlord’s approval, Tenant’s architect shall immediately
   revise the working drawings and specifications and resubmit same to Landlord for
   approval within seven (7) days of receipt by Tenant.
4. Tenant shall submit to Landlord, at the time of Tenant’s submission of its working
   drawings and specifications, an itemized statement of the estimated costs of construction
   and fixturing including architectural and engineering costs and contracting fees.
5. Tenant shall proceed with construction only on the basis of Landlord and governing
   authorities’ approved drawings and specifications and with the appropriate permits.
6. Tenant shall be responsible for informing Tenant’s contractor of changes in construction
   due to Landlord or governing authorities’ comments.
7. Landlord’s approval of Tenant’s drawings and specifications indicates compliance with
   Landlord’s criteria only and does not imply compliance with codes or verification of
   structural or any other adequacy of Tenant’s plans and specifications.




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DESIGN CRITERIA
Governing Codes List/Code Data Summary
Building Codes
All construction occurring at WEBERSTOWN MALL shall follow all Uniform Building Code
rules and regulations as interpreted by the CITY OF STOCKTON BUILDING DEPARTMENT.

Building Data
1. Building Class Use Group:    M-Mercantile (309)
2. Accessory Use Group:         B-Business
                                A3-Assembly (Food Court)
3. Construction Type:
   A. 2 C
   B. Fully Sprinklered
4. Building Area:
   A. Upper Level:      844,533 SF
   B. Basement:         Not Used
   C. Total Floor Area: 844,553 SF

Exit Capacity Calculations
1. In Mall: 200';
2. Dead End in Mall: 2x width; and
3. Dead End in Other Areas: 20'-0".

Exit Access Corridors
1. Corridors Serving the Mall: 66" Minimum Width; and
2. Other Areas:                44" Minimum Width.

Basic Issues Affecting Tenant’s Work
1. Stockroom Layout/Exiting
   A. Under the Uniform Building Code Tenant may exit through Tenant’s stockroom
       without constructing a rated corridor wall leading to Landlord’s corridor.
   B. The exit pathway through Tenant’s stockroom must be kept absolutely free of trash,
       merchandise, shelving, furniture, etc. at all times.
2. Structural Limitations
   A. Demising walls are non-loadbearing; therefore, fixtures shall not be supported from
       Landlord’s demising partitions.
   B. The maximum slab loading shall be 75 psf.
   C. Overhead structural loading shall be done only with Landlord’s permission.
   D. Review costs of Landlord’s engineer for overhead structural loading shall be Tenant’s
       responsibility.
   E. The structural support design for Tenant’s HVAC units supplied and installed by
       Landlord’s designated mechanical contractor is included in the cost for Tenant’s
       HVAC unit installation.
3. Materials Limitations
   A. Tenant’s carpet and wall finishes shall be Class I finish only.
   B. Documentation of Tenant’s material classifications must be available onsite.

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                                                                  DESIGN CRITERIA
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   C. Only non-combustible lumber shall be used.
   D. Exceptions to non-combustible lumber for wood trim shall be as determined by code
       officials.
4. Thresholds shall be 5/16" or per ADA requirements, whichever is more stringent.
5. Fire Protection Sprinkler System
   A. Landlord has installed a sprinkler grid within Tenant’s leased premises.
   B. Tenant shall be responsible for the installation of an approved, code-compliant
       sprinkler system.
   C. Tenant shall submit stamped sprinkler drawings to Landlord for Landlord’s insurance
       underwriter’s (FACTORY MUTUAL) approval prior to construction.
   D. The fire department and the STATE OF CALIFORNIA will require in-line rack sprinklers
       if Tenant’s material storage exceeds a height of 12'-0". This system shall be installed
       in accordance with NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION 231.

Visual Design Criteria
This section of the Tenant Handbook presents guidelines of design elements essential to the
creation of a successful store design. Every store shall convey Tenant’s merchandise line,
price point and lifestyle of its customer.

Tenant’s store design should harvest every available opportunity to convey a sense of the
character of Tenant’s merchandise or service as well as WEBERSTOWN MALL. It is this
positive image that first captures a patron’s attention. With this goal in mind, Tenant’s store
must provide a setting for Tenant’s merchandise and a comfortably stimulating environment
for Tenant’s target customer base.

A successful retail design relies on the talents of Tenant’s store designer to provide an
exciting, expressive and functional retail space, skillfully guiding Tenant’s customers’ focus
to Tenant’s merchandise, product or service.

Landlord’s philosophy is to create the highest quality shopping environment for the market
and provide environments that foster customer comfort. The balance of a stimulating
atmosphere and amenities coupled with a strong Tenant mix is a formula for success.

In a joint effort to propel WEBERSTOWN MALL and high level of retail design into the future,
it is important to provide the quality and uniqueness of design to position Tenant to compete
with other specialty stores who will be making extraordinary efforts to distinguish
themselves in the market place.

Exciting retail design lies in the creation of an alluring and compelling retail environment
which leads customers’ focuses to Tenant’s product line. Landlord’s design associates and
the Tenant coordination staff are here to assist Tenant in achieving the best presentation of
WEBERSTOWN MALL, Tenant’s store and Tenant’s merchandise. To assist with this,
Landlord is happy to lend its staff’s expertise and share its referral list of firms that specialize
in retail design. Tenant should contact Landlord early in its design process.




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Storefront
1. General Information
   A. Understanding that the window of opportunity to capture the average passing
       shopper’s attention is five to seven (5 - 7) seconds, Tenant must design a store that
       attracts customers and encourages them to enter and explore its store.
   B. Tenant must design a creative and cohesive store design establishing a strong, unique
       theme for Tenant’s merchandise presentation that is echoed throughout Tenant’s sales
       area.
   C. Tenant shall recess its storefront no more than one-third (1/3) of the entire width of
       Tenant’s demised premises.
   D. The remainder of Tenant’s storefront construction shall be at Tenant’s lease line.
   E. Landlord encourages glass or translucent materials in solid portions of Tenant’s
       storefront.
   F. No single opaque portion shall extend beyond 6'-0".
   G. Should Tenant’s storefront be located within a curved or radial lease line area, it must
       be kept 4" back of Tenant’s lease line.
   H. Construction that flattens or otherwise alters Tenant’s curved or radial lease line shall
       not be permitted.
   I. Recessed out-swinging doors shall not extend past Tenant’s lease line when fully
       open.
   J. Doors may be fully glazed, solid or any combination thereof.
2. Storefront Finish Treatments
   A. Strong and appropriate storefronts employ an imaginative use of materials and
       architectural elements with integrated signage and effective visual merchandising.
   B. Determining the finishes to be used on Tenant’s storefront requires consideration of
       several factors which profoundly affect Tenant’s customer’s perception of its store
       and merchandise including:
       1) the perceived quality of the material;
       2) appropriateness to the character of Tenant’s store and WEBERSTOWN MALL; and
       3) durability and maintenance.
   C. As a guideline, treatments include:
       1) limestone, marble, granite and other nature stone products carefully articulated
           and detailed;
       2) lacquered surfaces in a minimum of four (4) coats;
       3) metals, excluding laminates; and
       4) stained or natural finished hardwoods.
   D. The following are unacceptable finishes:
       1) mirror;
       2) plastic laminates;
       3) rough sawn wood;
       4) painted drywall;
       5) wallcovering;
       6) undetailed brick;
       7) rough stucco; and
       8) anything Landlord would consider a non-durable material or lacking in visual
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   E. Glazing
       1) Glass should be treated like any other material and should be used in a way that
           reinforces Tenant’s store’s complete design, style and character.
       2) Leaded or stained glass is acceptable but must be integral to Tenant’s storefront
           and be composed of real glass.
       3) Simulated, applied or reproduced glass in acrylic or plexiglas is not permitted.
       4) Silicone shall not be used unless required by local code.
       5) The use of attractive and high quality clips or brackets that complement the
           design of store is required.
   F. Visual Merchandising
       1) Visual merchandising must be considered when designing Tenant’s storefront.
       2) Tenant shall provide sufficient architectural space, lighting, transparency and
           framing to allow and enhance professional visual merchandising.
       3) A well designed store must serve as a background to feature Tenant’s
           merchandise. Visual merchandising highlights Tenant’s merchandise. It is vitally
           important to Tenant’s profit picture more than any other element of Tenant’s store
           design and must be addressed with careful attention.
       4) The Design Control Area, which consists of the window display and storefront, is
           to emphasize attractive and compelling presentation of Tenant’s merchandise and
           creative visual merchandising techniques and props.
       5) Tenant is encouraged to use the Design Control Area to highlight new product
           lines and sales items in a tasteful and interesting manner.
       6) The Design Control Area shall be set off from Tenant’s sales area by contrasting
           visual techniques through:
           a) merchandising;
           b) fixturing;
           c) display platforms and walls;
           d) lighting;
           e) special finishes; and
           f) special flooring.
       7) The following items are prohibited in the Design Control Area:
           a) slatwall of any type;
           b) full height or full width backwalls;
           c) boxed merchandise; and
           d) exposed concrete floor unless stained and sealed.
   G. Entrance Doors
       1) The use of hinged doors is encouraged.
       2) Overhead rolling grilles are acceptable.
       3) Tenant’s entrance doors must be of a quality appropriate to WEBERSTOWN MALL
           and Tenant’s storefront.
       4) Landlord will consider other entrance door options.
       5) As a rule of thumb, the size of the entrance to Tenant’s store has been inversely
           proportional to the price point of Tenant’s merchandise meaning the higher the
           price point, the smaller the opening and vice versa.
3. Interior Space
   A. Floor Plan
       1) Tenant’s floor plan should be designed to permit freedom of movement
           throughout Tenant’s store.

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   2) A successful floor plan will augment the merchandising strategy by offering
      opportunities to view displays, focus on promotions and interact with store
      personnel.
B. Floor Treatments
   1) Floor treatments should be designed and specified to reinforce the character of
      Tenant’s store concept and image.
   2) A hard surface floor material is required at Tenant’s storefront lease line and must
      extend at least 4'-0" into Tenant’s store.
   3) The following floor finishes may be used:
      a) marble, granite or stone;
      b) high quality, commercial grade carpet;
      c) hardwood flooring;
      d) terrazzo; and
      e) ceramic tile which is mosaic, 12" x 12" or larger.
   4) The following floor treatments are not permitted:
      a) ceramic tile which is residential size unless done in a patterned design;
      b) ASTROTURF;
      c) residential grade carpeting;
      d) bare concrete;
      e) vinyl sheet goods; and
      f) VCT in Tenant’s sales area.
   5) Carpet Treatments
      a) Carpeting must be of a superior quality.
      b) Direct-glue carpet installation is preferable to carpets installed over padding
          for greater durability and wear.
      c) Insets, borders and walkways can be devised to help identify merchandise
          categories or areas of special focus by combining different colors, textures or
          patterns of carpet.
      d) Area rugs may be used over hard surface floor treatments where desired.
      e) Transitions between finishes must minimize unsightly distractions and
          walking hazards.
      f) Floor treatment reducer strips can be trip hazards and are not permitted.
C. Wall Treatments
   1) Wall treatments provide a complimentary backdrop to merchandise to frame
      Tenant’s merchandise presentation and/or create feature displays.
   2) Wall treatments should reflect the design, color and, perhaps, materials image
      established at Tenant’s storefront.
   3) The rear wall is especially important to create emphasis on visual merchandising
      and, when treated and lit properly, can draw patrons through Tenant’s entire store.
   4) The following are acceptable wall finishes:
      a) wood trim, moldings and panel treatments;
      b) cast architectural elements;
      c) painted gypsum board;
      d) pre-finished or perforated metal panel;
      e) back-painted, back-lit or etched glass;
      f) special paint finishes;
      g) marble, granite, limestone or other natural stone finish; and
      h) commercial grade fabric wall coverings, synthetics and vinyl materials.

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D. Columns
   1) The architectural treatment of columns is an integral element of Tenant’s store
      design.
   2) Worn out and aesthetically bankrupt, mirrored columns are not permitted unless
      the mirror is an integral part of the column treatment.
   3) Exposed columns may be retained but must be painted, treated at the base and
      capitol and fit conceptually within Tenant’s overall scheme.
   4) Appropriately lit columns may be used for focal point display or a single-hook
      garment presentation.
E. Mirrors
   1) Mirrors are necessary in most retail applications but, unfortunately, mirrors and
      other reflective materials have often been used excessively creating visual
      confusion that detracts from merchandise.
   2) Mirrors in dressing rooms are encouraged.
   3) Mirrored wall treatments, particularly as backgrounds to merchandise, is
      discouraged.
   4) Mirrors used on Tenant’s storefront (within 10'-0" of Tenant’s lease line), in
      display windows or visible from the mallway create unwanted reflections, confuse
      merchandise presentation and are strongly discouraged.
   5) One exception to the above is small-framed mirror applications such as a mirror
      in a picture frame or a hand mirror.
F. Ceiling Treatments
   1) Ceiling treatments can and do accentuate Tenant’s merchandise presentation;
      therefore, special consideration should be given to the design of ceilings.
   2) For approval of Tenant’s working drawings and specifications, all components in
      Tenant’s ceiling must be shown.
   3) Articulated ceilings (i.e. ceilings of various heights, lighting coves, coffered
      ceilings, soffits, etc.) enhance Tenant’s design statement without interfering with
      circulation or merchandising.
   4) Ceiling treatments can be used to focus attention, deemphasize areas and provide
      character, interest and visual excitement.
   5) Ceilings are often an afterthought with uncoordinated lighting, air supplies, smoke
      detectors, sprinklers, speakers, security systems and the like.
   6) A gypsum board ceiling is encouraged.
   7) The following ceiling treatments are encouraged:
      a) tin, aluminum and other metals;
      b) finished wood;
      c) slats, panels, baffles or open-cell perforated metal;
      d) carefully considered open ceilings with all visible surfaces painted;
      e) TROMPE L’OEIL painting or a professional done mural with all graphics
          submitted to Landlord for approval;
      f) fabric treatments when confirmed the use of such is approved by local codes
          governing their use in sprinklered spaces; and
      g) 2'-0" x 2'-0" tegular, acoustical ceiling tile.
   8) 2'-0" x 2'-0" tegular, acoustical ceiling tile is the minimum acceptable treatment in
      Tenant’s sales area and other areas visible from Tenant’s sales area.
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     10) Junctions between differing ceiling types are best articulated by a vertical distance
         of at least 4" as measured between their horizontal planes.
G.   Amenities and Furnishings
     Mies Van Der Rohe wrote that “God is in the details”. The amenities, fixtures,
     furnishings and comforts Tenant provides within its space speak volumes about its
     thought and concern for its customers. Careful consideration beyond the purely
     functional is required.
H.   Dressing Rooms
     1) Dressing rooms are one of the great opportunities where a specialty store can
         “talk” to its customers intimately.
     2) Privacy, comfort, adequate mirrors, chairs or benches, hooks, shelves for
         handbags and personal items and flattering indirect lighting are important issues
         for Tenant to consider.
     3) Security issues should not offend Tenant’s customers. Tenant shall address these
         realities in a gentle manner without compromising its customers’ privacy or
         dignity.
     4) Dressing rooms must comply with the AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT.
I.   Cash Wrap
     1) Tenant’s cash wrap area is the last impression of its customers’ experience in the
         store.
     2) Besides being a model of efficiency and function, Tenant’s cash wrap should
         leave an indelible and positive visual impression that is carried with Tenant’s
         customers out of the store with their purchases.
     3) Countertop fixturing is extremely important for a successful, well-designed cash
         wrap to stimulate additional point-of-purchase sales which are often impulse
         purchases and need suitable fixturing to make them appealing.
     4) Tenant’s countertop fixtures should not be unstable, messy or over-merchandised
         and should never interfere with customer/salesperson interactions.
     5) Tenant’s cash wrap must incorporate built-in hanger and refuse areas to eliminate
         two (2) of the most common eyesores in stores.
     6) Well thought-out packaging shelves and dividers are required and will help
         Tenant’s staff be more efficient and make Tenant’s cash wrap look better.
     7) Check-writing shelves, concealed credit card machines, pencil cups, etc. should
         be addressed when Tenant is designing its cash wrap area.
     8) A properly sized cash wrap may take up more space but will make both Tenant’s
         customers and its staff more comfortable and productive.
     9) Tenant’s cash wrap must comply with AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
         requirements regarding access, facilities and counter heights.
J.   Interior Signage and Graphics
     1) Interior signage should be carefully considered in the context of Tenant’s store
         design and impact on the view from the mallway.
     2) Permanent interior signage and graphics should be three (3) dimensional, of a
         substantial material and must be submitted with Tenant’s store design.
     3) Promotional and sale signage should be properly framed or suspended no closer
         than 10'-0" from Tenant’s storefront lease line.
K.   Video
     1) Electronic graphics can be an effective way to attract, educate and entertain
         customers but, sometimes not.

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      2) The use of electronic graphics requires Landlord’s approval.
      3) Weights, suspension methods and specifications are required for a minimum
          submission.
      4) Television monitors, slide format and other devices must be shrouded so only the
          image is seen.
   L. Sound
      1) Sound systems should be professional installed with built-in speakers and
          concealed components which are accessible by Tenant’s store manager only.
      2) When choosing speakers and components that are visible, Tenant should be sure
          they agree with other store design elements.
      3) All speakers should be installed to direct their sound to the interior of Tenant’s
          store.
      4) Sound migration affecting the mallway and neighboring Tenants is prohibited.
   M. Drinking Fountains
      1) Drinking fountains are sometimes required by local code or may be desirable as
          an amenity.
      2) Whether accessible to Tenant’s customers or its employees, water fountains must
          not be visible from the mall and should not interfere with the merchandising or
          circulation of Tenant’s space.
   N. Furniture
      Spouses, children or other people accompanying Tenant’s customers can strongly
      affect how long customers can or will stay. Because of this, Tenant should consider
      comfortable “waiting room” furniture as an amenity that can and does extend its
      customer’s time in its store.

Lighting
1. Lighting is the very soul of retail merchandising.
2. One of the roles of lighting in the development of a successful retail environment
   includes fulfilling the objective of providing proper illumination to enhance and
   dramatize Tenant’s merchandise while establishing focus on select merchandise,
   distinguishing visual organization and flow and creating a mood.
3. Technically speaking, Tenant’s lighting designer needs to consider the following
   principal characteristics of lighting:
   A. correct lumen level;
   B. good color rendition; and
   C. appropriate coverage.
4. The basic roles of lighting are:
   A. ambient: the overall light level throughout, which is typically the lowest level of
       intensity;
   B. life safety: exit signs and emergency lighting, which is typically of a low level
       intensity and of a short duration;
   C. focal lighting: focuses attention through light, which is typically brighter to draw
       customers into an area or to highlight display features;
   D. task lighting: used for illuminating small work areas, creating a separate space or to
       set an atmosphere; and
   E. as a design element in itself, such as painting with light, by creating patterns, mood,
       color and visual interest with illumination as a secondary goal.


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5. Proper balance of the above types of lighting is key to appropriately lighting a retail
   merchandising environment.
6. Ambient Lighting
   A. Ambient lighting design ideally develops a general light level appropriate to the
      merchandise or service and allows Tenant’s customers to distinguish features, colors
      and other attributes of Tenant’s displayed merchandise.
   B. Lighting sources to be considered for ambient lighting include:
      1) recessed compact fluorescent, halogen par lamps or incandescent down lights;
      2) fluorescent or neon cove lighting with the lamp or tube not visible;
      3) recessed metal halide light fixtures;
      4) custom designed chandeliers or suspended light fixtures; and
      5) lay-in fluorescent light fixtures with deep cell parabolic lenses.
   C. The following light sources are not permitted:
      1) acrylic sheet or shallow cell lenses;
      2) high or low pressure sodium;
      3) mercury vapor; and
      4) cool white fluorescent.
7. Focal/Perimeter Lighting
   A. Tenant shall illuminate merchandise displayed on wall fixtures.
   B. Focal lighting provides general illumination and can create dramatic effects.
   C. Tenant should consider the following lighting sources for focal/perimeter lighting:
      1) suspended light fixtures;
      2) track lighting of a low and/or line voltage system;
      3) recessed compact fluorescent or halogen down lights; and
      4) indirect fluorescent lighting within coves or valances having a high color
          rendering index of T-8 lamp color equivalent of 3500° K with lamps not visible
          from Tenant’s sales floor.
8. Exit Signs and Emergency Lights
   A. Tenant should use exit signs and emergency lights with remote battery packs.
   B. Exit signs should be edge-lit or recessed models.
   C. Tenant should select store light fixtures to be specified to serve as emergency lighting
      which requires a concealed battery back-up.
   D. Tenant’s lighting designer should coordinate Tenant’s exit light sign and emergency
      lighting locations with Tenant’s ceiling design to achieve the most desirable and least
      obtrusive sight lines.
9. Accent Lighting
   A. Accent lighting provides pools of focus within Tenant’s store and can serve to orient,
      direct, highlight, add drama to the atmosphere as well as to Tenant’s merchandise
      statement, highlight key displays, enhance Tenant’s sales atmosphere and provide
      complimentary illumination to Tenant’s presentation.
   B. The following lighting fixtures should be considered for accent lighting:
      1) theatrical spot lighting instruments;
      2) track light fixtures of low and line voltage systems; and
      3) recessed, directionally adjustable fixtures.
   C. The use of color fixtures may be sensitively incorporated with the above light fixtures
      to add dramatic effects to Tenant’s merchandise displays.



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10. Task Lighting
    A. Task lighting is used for tasks in which detail work rather than general illumination is
       required and creates an intimate space or zone.
    B. Task lighting can be effective and beneficial and should be considered for use at
       Tenant’s cash wrap counter, jewelry counters, seating areas, etc.
    C. The following lighting fixtures should be considered for task lighting:
       1) commercial quality table lamps; and
       2) commercial quality floor lamps.

Store Interior Visual Merchandising
An attractively merchandised shop window is one of the oldest and most successful methods
to convert a mall patron into Tenant’s store customer. The instant a customer enters Tenant’s
store, his or her eyes should be directed to focal points and merchandise vignettes. These
architectural and merchandise hot spots highlight Tenant’s merchandise offering, create
interest, visual entertainment and entice Tenant’s customer to explore the entire store.
1. Tenant is required to create an ambitious and creative visual merchandising program.
2. Visual merchandising shall be included with Tenant’s document submission and shall
    include the following:
    A. floor plans indicating the location of focal points and vignettes and wall elevations
        illustrating the character of the focal points and vignettes;
    B. pedestals, risers and showcase interiors, finishes and props;
    C. mannequin types and manufacturers;
    D. store interior décor pieces that double for visual merchandising props;
    E. signature props, antiques and fixtures; and
    F. planigrams.

Food Court Criteria
The following criterion is specific for food Tenants including restaurant, inline food Tenants
and those in the food court. This information is in addition to the criterion covering the basic
design and technical criteria for all Tenants. This information has been assembled to assist
Tenant’s architect and its consultants in preparation of Tenant’s construction documents and
specifications. Tenant’s architect is responsible for adhering to the requirements outlined in
Tenant’s Lease Agreement and the following additional requirements.
1. Design Standards
    A. Restaurants
        1) The basic criteria for mall Tenants governs; however, restaurant designers should
            consider the mallway as an amenity providing views, vistas and visual
            excitement.
        2) Operable windows onto the mall which create a sense of a sidewalk café are
            encouraged.
        3) Inline food and restaurant Tenants are required to use hinged door entries.
        4) Overhead rolling grilles are not permitted.
        5) All floor finishes at Tenant’s storefront lease line shall be the same finish floor
            elevation as Landlord’s mall floor.
    B. Food Court
        1) All materials employed in Tenant’s storefront shall be made of hard surface,
            durable materials that require minimum maintenance.


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      2) All storefront work requiring structural support shall be floor-supported and
          braced at the head sections by a welded structural steel framework secured to the
          existing building steel structure.
      3) Storefront grilles, if any, shall be concealed in an overhead or side storage pocket
          during mall hours.
      4) Expansion joints in Tenant’s storefront must be detailed and illustrated in
          Tenant’s working drawings and specifications, incorporated into Tenant’s
          storefront design and inconspicuous.
      5) All diffusers, grilles, tracks, etc. must be painted to match Tenant’s finished
          ceiling.
      6) Tenant shall provide access panels to permit servicing of all equipment located
          above Tenant’s ceiling.
      7) Access panels in hard ceilings must be flush with the adjacent finishes.
      8) Access panels should be installed on vertical ceiling soffits or located as
          inconspicuously as possible.
      9) Only quarry or ceramic tile are permitted within Tenant’s merchandising zone.
      10) VCT flooring is not permitted in Tenant’s merchandising areas.
      11) Rubbish storage rooms and mop sinks are to be provided in all food court Tenant
          spaces.
   C. Inline Food Tenants
      1) The basic criterion for mall Tenants governs.
      2) Service counters are not allowed within the Design Control Area.
      3) Open area and access to the service counter shall be achieved using hinged doors
          and windows.
2. General Information
   A. Toilet Rooms
      1) All toilet room floors above grade level shall have a Landlord-approved
          waterproof membrane between the structural sub-floor and Tenant’s finished
          floor.
      2) All toilet rooms shall have ceramic tile sanitary floors and bases that extend a
          minimum of 4" above Tenant’s finished floor.
      3) Tenant is required to provide floor drains and thresholds.
   B. Rubbish
      Tenant shall provide a storage room area for rubbish.
3. Specific MEP Requirements
   A. Grease Traps
      1) Full service, sit-down restaurants adjacent to the exterior of the mall shall install
          an exterior grease trap adjacent but external to the premises in a location
          identified by Landlord.
      2) All other food users requiring grease interception shall use PD1-G101 grease
          interceptor or trap within Tenant’s premises under the following conditions:
          a) The grease trap cannot be installed in the food preparation area.
          b) The grease trap must be accessible for cleaning.
          c) The maximum size/capacity of the grease trap unit shall be fifty gallons per
              minute (50 gpm) flow rate.
          d) Tenant shall have no more than one (1) grease trap per store.
          e) Tenant’s grease trap unit requires Landlord’s approval.


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B. Exhaust and Flue
   1) Exhaust Hood Systems
      a) Tenant shall provide and install all exhaust equipment, ductwork, controls,
         etc. as required for the complete installation of each kitchen hood as required
         by the specifications or as directed by Landlord’s Tenant Coordinator.
      b) Any and/or all other necessary Tenant roof penetrations are to be made,
         flashed and sealed, inclusive of protective grease resistant roof membrane, per
         Landlord’s requirements by using Landlord’s roofing contractor.
      c) Tenant shall provide, at Tenant’s expense, a grease containment system
         meeting Landlord’s requirements which shall be manufactured and installed
         by GREASE GUARD for all grease exhausting equipment relating to food
         service Tenants or any other Tenant requiring same.
      d) Landlord will maintain (clean, repair, etc.) the GREASE GUARD containment
         system at Tenant’s expense.
      e) Tenant’s grease exhausting equipment must be up blast type.
      f) Food court restaurant and inline food Tenants shall be responsible for the
         design and installation of cooking equipment hood systems in accordance with
         the requirements of governing authorities.
      g) Under no circumstances shall the amount of make-up air introduced through
         Tenant’s equipment be less than 90% of that exhausted by Tenant’s hood.
      h) Tenant’s exhaust hoods shall be as manufactured by CAPTIVE-AIRE,
         DELFIELD, or GAYLORD.
      i) Tenant’s exhaust hoods shall be constructed in accordance with NATIONAL
         FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION 13, the STATE OF CALIFORNIA fire code and
         must be UL listed.
      j) A company experienced in the design and fabrication of commercial kitchen
         ventilation shall manufacture Tenant’s exhaust hoods.
      k) Tenant’s exhaust hood shall be constructed of eighteen (18) gauge stainless or
         aluminized steel with a continuous liquid tight external weld.
      l) Tenant’s exhaust hood shall be sized to exceed the area of the equipment
         served by 6" and shall be a minimum of 24" in height.
      m) Return air shall be introduced with rear drop air plenum.
      n) Tenant shall provide a full-length filter rack welded to the hood with integral
         drip tray and UL classified Flame Guard Type II stainless steel grease filters
         installed at 55° from horizontal.
      o) Tenant shall provide factory pre-wired vapor proof incandescent lights in its
         exhaust hoods.
      p) Tenant’s exhaust hoods shall be UL listed for the following air quantities:
         i. 450° cooking surface
              i) Exhaust: 150 CFM/LF
              ii) Return: 135 CFM/LF;
         ii. 600° cooking surface
              i) Exhaust: 200 CFM/LF
              ii) Return: 160 CFM/LF; and
         iii. 700° cooking surface
              i) Exhaust: 250 CFM/LF
              ii) Return: 200 CFM/LF.


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2) Control Panel
   a) Tenant shall provide a UL listed control panel factory-wired by the hood
       manufacturer.
   b) The control panel shall be housed in a utility cabinet welded directed on the
       end of Tenant’s hood to become an integral part of Tenant’s hood.
   c) The interior of the panel shall contain DIN rail-mounted motor starters,
       adjustable overloads, power distribution strips, numbered terminal strips and
       round blocks.
   d) One (1) combination motor starter and overload shall be provided for each fan
       controlled by the panel.
   e) Starter overloads shall contain an adjustable amperage dial factory preset to
       the motor it will be protecting.
   f) The control of starters shall be accomplished by a red-lighted fan switch
       mounted on the face of the utility cabinet.
   g) One (1) switch shall be used to control both the exhaust and supply fans per
       code.
   h) The control panel shall include relays and pre-wiring to Tenant’s exhaust
       hood fire system microswitch to facilitate shut down of the supply air fan in
       case of fire system activation.
3) Fire Suppression
   a) Fire suppression shall be as manufactured by ANSUL, KIDDE, PYRO-CHEN or
       RANGE GUARD.
   b) Tenant shall provide a factory pre-piped wet chemical type fire suppression
       system for each hood complete with the appliance, duct and plenum nozzles,
       control mechanism, wet chemical cylinder detection and all accessories
       factory-installed in the hood utility cabinet.
   c) Tenant’s fire suppression system shall include a remote pull station located in
       the path of exit or egress and an automatic gas shut off valve.
4) Exhaust Fan
   a) Tenant’s exhaust fan shall be as manufactured by CAPTIVE-AIRE, JENN AIR or
       SUPREME.
   b) Tenant shall provide a UL listed utility set exhaust fan with centrifugal
       blower, fully enclosed motor, adjustable drive pulley, 45° down discharge,
       clean-out door, drain plug, insulated penetration curb, vibration isolators and
       weatherproof service disconnect switch.
5) Return Air
   a) Tenant’s return air fan shall be as manufactured by CAPTIVE-AIR or REZNOR.
   b) Tenant shall provide a filter supply air unit with direct fired gas heater to
       include MAXITROL, full modulating gas valve, discharge, duct-stat, pressure
       regulator, solenoids, air switch, burner relays, fused control circuits, motor
       starters and air intake hood, motorized back draft dampers, freezestat,
       disconnect switch, permanent aluminum filters and flat roof curb.
6) Other Information
   a) Tenant’s exhaust hood shall be installed in compliance with NATIONAL FIRE
       PROTECTION ASSOCIATION 96, the STATE OF CALIFORNIA fire code and local
       governing authorities.
   b) The installation of Tenant’s exhaust hood shall be by a HVAC contractor or a
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            c) Wall-mounted hoods shall be set on a non-combustible wall constructed of
                studs and cement board.
            d) Tenant may submit an alternate package to that directed above which must
                include complete engineering and schematics of the system, cut sheets of each
                item in question and justification, in writing, from Tenant’s mechanical
                engineer.
            e) Landlord’s engineer shall review Tenant’s alternate package and make
                recommendations to Landlord who, in its sole judgment, shall conditionally
                accept or reject any alternate package presented.
4. Counter-Type Operations
   Food court Tenants which require counter-type operations must comply with the
   following standards:
   A. Tenant shall extend the mall flooring material from Tenant’s lease line to the counter
       with the tile must be flush with the mall finish floor.
   B. Tenant’s counter face must have a 1'-4" high tile base to match the base on the
       adjacent neutral piers.
   C. Tenant’s counter shall be 3'-4" high.
   D. The face of Tenant’s counter must be glazed ceramic tile, hardwood, solid color
       plastic laminate, glass block or other materials approved by Landlord.
   E. Tenant’s countertop must be stainless steel, oak butcher block, solid color plastic
       laminate, glazed ceramic tile or other materials approved by Landlord.
   F. Variable height glass display cases, if desired, shall be installed 1'-4" above Tenant’s
       finished floor.
   G. The rear areas of Tenant’s space used for storage and/or food preparation shall be
       screened from public view.
   H. Doors to Tenant’s rear storage and/or food preparation area must be perpendicular to
       Tenant’s storefront lease line.
   I. Customer seating will not be permitted within Tenant’s leased premises.
5. Food Court Sign Criteria
   A. The use of illuminated and neon signs within the food court will be permitted and
       encouraged pending Landlord’s review and written approval of Tenant’s design and
       construction drawings.
   B. All electrical connections, attachment devices, etc. must be concealed.
   C. The maximum size of Tenant’s sign shall be 1'-8" high.
   D. The length of Tenant’s sign shall be the lesser of 8'-0" or 75% of Tenant’s storefront
       opening.
   E. Tenant’s sign copy shall be limited to the store name only or an otherwise approved
       sign design.
   F. Graphic representation of Tenant’s product will be permitted behind Tenant’s counter
       line.
   G. Menu boards, price lists and other signage or graphics within Tenant’s space must be
       at least 5'-0" behind Tenant’s lease line.
   H. All signage within Tenant’s space must be surface-mounted to the walls or soffits.
   I. Suspended signs are not permitted unless otherwise approved.
   J. Menu boards supplied or produced by a product supplier (i.e. COKE, 7-UP, PEPSI, etc.)
       are not permitted.
   K. Menu boards must be original in design.


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SIGN CRITERIA
General
1. Storefront signage provides one of the first impressions a patron has of Tenant’s store and
    can attract, entertain and convey an image at a distance like no other component of
    Tenant’s store.
2. In the context of WEBERSTOWN MALL, the goal of Tenant signage is to achieve the
    foregoing objectives and, at the same time, honor and reflect WEBERSTOWN MALL’s
    image of upscale comfort and excitement and to creatively apply novel materials,
    concepts and combinations to take Tenant’s signage beyond the common and mundane.
3. Tenant must identify its space by producing signage for its storefront, at Tenant’s
    expense which is appropriate, creative and complimentary to the architecture of its
    respective storefront.
4. All sign types, back-lit, inner-lit, channel-lit, hoop lights, trough lights, conduct light or
    edge-lit, are reasonable options.
5. Brass, steel, gold leaf, wood, glass and neon are all acceptable signage materials when
    used appropriately and in combination with the surrounding storefront field treatments.
6. Signage shall be affixed to the sign band area or suspended between the sign band and/or
    bulkhead with the front facing the mall and cannot be attached to Landlord’s bulkhead
    and/or demising walls.
7. Fabrication and installation of Tenant’s signage is strictly Tenant’s responsibility once
    approved by Landlord.
8. Shop drawings of Tenant’s signage must be submitted to Landlord showing the sign as it
    would be seen on Tenant’s storefront, the technical documentation of the sign in proper
    scale, a section of the sign showing all mechanicals and the specifications as well as color
    samples in the sign and field colors for Landlord approval.
9. Sign Area:
    A. Tenant’s sign area cannot exceed a length greater than 5% of the area of Tenant’s
        storefront on the mall or 12 SF, whichever is larger.
    B. Tenant’s sign area shall be located at least 36" from each lease line.
    C. Tenant’s sign area shall be measured by circumscribing a rectangle around the body
        of the sign.
10. The overall length of Tenant’s sign shall not exceed 2/3 of Tenant’s storefront exposure
    between the neutral strips.
11. Letter Heights
    A. The maximum letter height for letters in the body of Tenant’s sign shall be 14".
    B. The maximum letter height for initial capital letters shall be 18".
12. Major Stores
    A. Major Tenants may have their usual identification signs on the building
    B. Major Tenant shall not have rooftop signs
    C. Major Tenant signage shall not be flashing, moving or audible.
    D. Major Tenant signage shall following the local zoning ordinance.
13. Tenant’s signage shall face the mall area only.
14. Landlord shall permit larger illuminated signs for restaurant Tenants subject to the
    approval of Landlord and the CITY OF STOCKTON.
15. The advertising or informative content of all signs shall be limited to letters designating
    the store name.

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                                                                          SIGN CRITERIA
                                              7-1
16. Blade Signs
    A. A blade sign shall be no thicker than 9" at its greatest dimension.
    B. A blade sign shall project horizontally no more than 3'-6" from the face of the
        projected storefront line.
    C. The blade sign shall extend vertically no closer than 8'-0" and no more than 11'-0"
        from the mall floor.
17. All signs shall be constructed without exposed fasteners or attachments.
18. All signs shall be constructed of high quality materials (i.e. wood, glass, plexiglass,
    metal, etc.)
19. All signs shall be adequately and comfortably illuminated.
20. Light leaks shall not be permitted and shall be immediately repaired by Tenant.
21. Neon sign brightness shall be subject to Landlord’s approval.
22. The following types of signs are suggested as allowing the greatest amount of individual
    design freedom and have been found to be the most successful when used in a mall
    situation:
    A. routed metal face with internally illuminated letters;
    B. sandblasted wood sign with painted letters, illuminated externally;
    C. edge-lit, sandblasted glass;
    D. letters using an exposed light source (neon, incandescent) behind glass on a rheostat
        to control brightness; and
    E. halo-lit letters on an opaque background.
23. Prohibited Signage
    A. paper, cardboard, Styrofoam, stickers or decals hung around, on or behind Tenant’s
        storefront;
    B. painted, non-illuminated letters;
    C. signage identifying leased departments or concessionaires contained within Tenant’s
        leased premises;
    D. neon set in front of a clear reflective surface unless specifically approved by
        Landlord;
    E. flashing, flickering or moving lights, blinking lights, animation, and emission of
        sounds or scents;
    F. exposed raceways, ballast boxes and transformers;
    G. exposed manufacturer’s name, stamp or decal;
    H. luminous, vacuum-formed type plastic letters; and
    I. unedged on uncapped plastic letters or letters with no returns and exposed fastenings.

Construction Requirements
1. All letters shall be fabricated using full-welted construction;
2. The location of all openings for conduit sleeves and supports in the sign panel of the
   building walls shall be indicated on Tenant’s signage drawings.
3. Tenant’s sign contractor shall repair any damage to any work caused by Tenant’s sign
   contractor’s work.
4. Tenant shall be responsible for the operations of Tenant’s sign contractor.
5. All electrical signs shall bear the UL label.
6. All electrical signs shall comply with all building and electrical codes regarding
   fabrication and installation.
7. Exposed conduit, tubing, crossovers and wiring raceways shall not be permitted.
8. All conductors, transformers, cabinets and other equipment shall be concealed.

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9. All signs, bolts, fastenings and clips shall be of hot dipped galvanized iron, stainless steel,
    aluminum, brass, bronze or black iron materials.
10. Tenant’s sign manufacturer’s label or other identification shall not be permitted on the
    exposed surfaces of Tenant’s signage except those required by local ordinance which
    shall be in inconspicuous locations.
11. Threaded rods or anchor bolts shall be used to mount Tenant’s sign letters which shall be
    spaced out from the background panel.
12. Angle clips attached to letter sides shall not be permitted.
13. Ancrycap retainers used as the perimeter of sign letter faces shall match in color and
    finish to the sides of the letters.
14. Simplicity and restraint in material selection is important; however, the material
    selection, its method of application and its detail construction should be consistent with
    the execution of Tenant’s total storefront.
15. As the administrator of the store design criteria, Landlord is the final arbitrator of design
    issues.
    A. Any material, configuration, sign or other aspect of Tenant’s store design which, in
        Landlord’s sole opinion, is detrimental will be rejected.
    B. Landlord reserves the right to provide the final design, at Tenant’s expense,
        regardless of the type of storefront if an acceptable design cannot be found otherwise.
16. Special circumstances may require interpretation of these criteria and Landlord shall
    remain as long as the spirit of the criteria are not undermined.
17. All signs shall conform to all applicable governmental regulations, laws, zoning
    requirements and title restrictions.

Major Tenant Signage
1. Exterior Walls of Major Tenant Store Buildings
   A. Major Tenant is required to install signs on the exterior of its building using the type
      of signs Tenant typically uses on its building constructed in malls containing at least
      1,000,000 SF of gross floor area.
   B. Major Tenant’s signage shall only identify it by its trade name or alternate trade name
      used by Tenant as permitted by Tenant’s Lease Agreement.
   C. No other names or trade names shall be affixed to the exterior of Major Tenant’s
      building.
   D. Major Tenant’s signs shall be illuminated but shall not contain flashing, flickering or
      moving lights, blinking lights, animation or emission of sounds or scents.
2. Entrance Signs Located at the Entrance to the Mall
   Major Tenant’s entrance signs shall be submitted to and approved by Landlord consistent
   with the terms of Tenant’s Lease Agreement.

Landlord’s Signage
1. Exterior of Landlord’s Buildings
   A. Landlord shall be permitted to install signs on the exterior of Landlord’s buildings
      using the type of signs typically found in shopping centers containing at least
      1,000,000 SF of gross floor area.
   B. Landlord shall be permitted to install signs otherwise in the common area outside the
      enclosed mall for purposes of providing directional, informational and other types and
      kinds of signage which are typically found in shopping centers containing at least
      1,000,000 SF of gross floor area.

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   C. Landlord’s signage may be illuminated but shall not contain flashing, flickering or
       moving lights, blinking lights, animation or the emission of sounds or scents.
2. Inside the Enclosed Mall
   A. Landlord shall be permitted to install signs in the interior of the enclosed mall using
       the types of signs typically found in shopping centers containing at least 1,000,000 SF
       of gross floor area.
   B. Landlord’s signage shall not contain flashing, flickering or moving lights, blinking
       lights, animation or the emission of sounds or scents.

Minimum Submissions
1. Tenant is required to submit fabrication drawings to Landlord for approval prior to
   fabrication and installation.
2. Tenant shall submit the following:
   A. ½" = 1' elevation of sign;
   B. ¼" = 1' storefront or exterior elevation with signage;
   C. 1" = 1' sections showing installation, power and transformer location;
   D. 1" = 1' section through sign letters;
   E. color rendering, elevation or photograph of a like sign;
   F. material and color samples;
   G. classification, name/logo and merchandise listing for merchandise;
   H. identification panel; and
   I. the sign manufacturer’s shop drawings showing construction and installation,
       including mounting devices.

Sign Installation
1. Signage shall not be installed without installation drawings bearing Landlord’s approval.
   This will be checked onsite.
2. Tenant shall not install unapproved signage under any circumstances.
3. Tenant’s sign shall be installed by a state and/or local certified and/or licensed sign
   contractor as approved by Landlord and in accordance with local, state and national
   codes, as applicable.
4. Tenant’s sign installer shall protect all flooring surfaces and bulkhead finishes during
   installation and/or servicing of Tenant’s signage.
5. Sign installation shall be coordinated with Landlord’s onsite representative.
6. All electrical connections shall be by a locally-licensed electrician.
7. Interior Tenant signage must be installed before or after mall operating hours.




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BUILDING PERMIT PROCEDURES
General
1. Tenant must apply for and obtain the necessary permits from all applicable governmental
   agencies prior to commencing construction.
2. All applicable permits and one (1) set of approved drawings must be kept onsite during
   construction.
3. Once Landlord has approved Tenant’s working drawings and specifications, Tenant must
   submit the approved working drawings and specifications for permit at:
       CITY OF STOCKTON
       BUILDING DEPARTMENT
       425 North El Dorado Street
       Stockton, California 95202
       Telephone: 209/937-8561.
4. Tenant must budget at least thirty (30) days for the CITY OF STOCKTON’s permit process.
5. Work cannot commence in Tenant’s leased premises without a building permit.

Food Tenants
All Tenants serving food prepared onsite must obtain a HEALTH DEPARTMENT permit from:
    CITY OF STOCKTON
    HEALTH DEPARTMENT
    304 East Weber Street
    Stockton, California 95202
    Telephone: 209/468-3420.




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                                             BUILDING PERMIT PROCEDURES
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CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
Contractor Regulations
1. All of Tenant’s contractors and subcontractors are accountable for a thorough review and
   understanding of the information contained in this Tenant Handbook.
2. Tenant, Tenant’s contractors and subcontractors should direct any questions to Landlord.
3. The following sub-trades must be licensed by or registered with the CITY OF STOCKTON:
   C. Electrical;
   D. Fire Alarm;
   E. Fire Suppression;
   F. Home Improvement;
   G. HVAC;
   H. Master Plumber;
   I. Refrigeration;
   J. Steam of Hot Water;
   K. Sign Erector; and
   L. Sewer Tapper (for tapping public mains).

Contractor’s Minimum Submittals
Tenant and/or Tenant’s contractor, upon arrival onsite and shall not be permitted to
commence construction without, the following items:
1. payment of any outstanding Tenant invoices due Landlord;
2. the name, address and telephone number of Tenant’s general contractor along with the
    name and telephone number of Tenant’s general contractor’s onsite superintendent;
3. a list of all subcontractors’ names, addresses and telephone numbers;
4. a copy of Tenant’s contractor’s Materials and Payment Bond;
5. a copy of Tenant’s contractor’s original Certificate of Liability Insurance conforming to
    the requirements and conditions addressed below;
6. a copy of Tenant’s Building Permit issued by the CITY OF STOCKTON;
7. proof of the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH approval, if applicable;
8. a copy of Landlord’s approved working drawings and specifications;
9. Tenant’s proposed schedule of construction work itemizing times of Tenant/Landlord
    interface of such items as electrical and mechanical work through service corridors,
    deliveries of major items such as concrete for toppings or slabs, fixtures, merchandise
    and other items which may affect Landlord or Tenant’s Work;
10. a check for Tenant’s contractor’s construction damage and security deposit in the amount
    of $3,000 made payable to WEBERSTOWN MALL;
11. a check for reimbursement for Landlord-supplied services or materials made payable to
    WEBERSTOWN MALL;
12. a completed forms package which is identified in the “Forms” section of this Tenant
    Handbook;
13. OSHA safety meeting compliance;
14. a signed acceptance of the dimensions of Tenant’s space and as-built conditions;
15. sign permits for Tenant’s sign installation with the sign installation schedule; and
16. familiarization with Landlord’s designated contractors for electrical/alarm, HVAC,
    roofing and sprinkler.


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                                                  CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
                                            9-1
Insurance
1. Prior to the commencement of Tenant’s Work and until the last to occur of
   A. the completion of Tenant’s Work; or
   B. the Commencement Date,
   Tenant shall maintain casualty insurance, in Builder’s Risk form, covering Landlord,
   Landlord’s mortgagee, Landlord’s agents and beneficiaries, Landlord’s architect,
   Landlord’s contractor and subcontractors, Tenant and Tenant’s contractors, as their
   interests may appear, against loss or damage by fire, vandalism and malicious mischief
   and such other risks as are customarily covered by the so-called “extended coverage
   endorsement” upon all Tenant’s Work in place, all materials stored at the site of Tenant’s
   Work and materials, equipment, supplies and temporary structures incidental to Tenant’s
   Work and machinery, tools and equipment all while forming part of or contained in such
   improvements or temporary structures while on Tenant’s leased premises or when
   adjacent to or on mall drives, sidewalks, streets or alleys, all in the full insurable value at
   all times.
2. Tenant shall require all contractors and subcontractors engaged in the performance of
   Tenant’s Work to affect, maintain and deliver to Tenant and Landlord certificates
   showing the existence of the following insurance coverage prior to commencement of
   Tenant’s Work and until completion thereof:
   A. Worker’s Compensation Insurance in accordance with the laws of the STATE OF
        CALIFORNIA including Employer’s Liability Insurance to the limit of $100,000 per
        occurrence or such higher limit as may be required by law;
   B. Comprehensive General Liability Insurance against bodily injury, including death
        resulting therefrom, to a limit of $2,000,000 per occurrence and against property
        damage to the limit of $1,000,000; and
   C. Automobile Insurance including “non-owned” automobiles against bodily injury,
        including death resulting therefrom, to a limit of $2,000,000 per occurrence and
        property damage to the limit of $500,000.
3. All insurance shall provide, and certificates shall state, that coverage is non-cancelable
   and non-amendable without thirty (30) days prior written notice to Landlord.
4. Tenant’s contractor must submit a Certificate of Insurance prior to commencing any
   work onsite naming the following:
   A. WTM GLIMCHER, LLC or any entity to whom the Lease is subsequently assigned;
   B. WEBERSTOWN MALL;
   C. GLIMCHER WEBERSTOWN, INC.;
   D. GLIMCHER DEVELOPMENT CORP.;
   E. GLIMCHER PROPERTIES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP; and
   F. GLIMCHER REALTY TRUST.

Licensing
1. All sub-trade contractors shall be licensed by the STATE OF CALIFORNIA and be in
   compliance with all state labor and wage bond laws and regulations.
2. A copy of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA licenses shall be posted and maintained onsite
   during construction by all contractors and subcontractors.




                                               9-2
Construction Rules
1. Tenant’s Work shall be coordinated under Landlord’s direction.
2. Tenant’s Work shall not interfere with the business being conducted in WEBERSTOWN
    MALL.
3. Tenant’s Work shall be performed in a thoroughly first class and workmanlike manner in
    conformity with plans and specifications as approved by Landlord and shall be in good
    and usable condition at the date of completion.
4. Tenant’s contractor and subcontractors shall make appropriate arrangements with
    Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator for moving material, mall roof access, utility
    connections including water and electricity as available within WEBERSTOWN MALL.
5. The location of utilities shall be determined by Landlord.
6. Tenant’s contractor shall pay all utility charges incurred at the prevailing rates.
7. Debris Boxes/Storage Containers
    A. Construction materials shall be stored within Tenant’s leased premises or a storage
        container placed in a location designated by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
    B. Debris removal shall be arranged with local disposal companies so debris is not left in
        loading docks, sidewalks, rear halls or other areas not designated on the
        WEBERSTOWN MALL property.
    C. Box placement locations shall be assigned by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
    D. Debris boxes shall not be placed at the curb in cruising lanes or loading areas.
    E. Debris boxes shall be placed in parking areas designated by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
        Coordinator.
8. Openings cut into adjoining vacant spaces or into demised premises shall be approved by
    Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator and shall be secured to the satisfaction of
    Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator during non-working hours.
9. Deliveries
    A. Deliveries of materials, fixtures, etc., shall not be permitted through the mall or
        entrance doors.
    B. Placement of materials or equipment within the mall shall not be permitted.
    C. All deliveries that will need to come through the mall shall be made prior to 9:00 AM
        and coordinated with Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
    D. Mall personnel shall not accept any deliveries or materials/fixtures for Tenant or
        Tenant’s contractor.
10. Construction Noise
    A. Jackhammers and other equipment which may disturb adjoining Tenant and patrons
        shall not be permitted during mall hours.
    B. Any such work shall be done after 9:00 PM or before 10:00 AM.
    C. Tenant shall provide a 24 hour notice if Tenant’s contractor plans to stay after the
        mall closes.
    D. Tenant shall be charged a $15/hour fee for the presence of a security guard during the
        period of time Tenant’s contractor is in the mall during non-operating hours.
    E. Tenant’s contractor shall be charged a fee of $15 for each false alarm.
11. All signs, including Tenant’s contractor’s sign, shall not be displayed except for those
    placed by the mall management.
12. Materials of any kind, whether liquid or dry, shall not be dumped in planter areas,
    parking areas, sewers or any other part of the WEBERSTOWN MALL property.
13. Temporary Construction Barricade
    A. Barricades are required during construction.

                                             9-3
    B. Tenant shall erect the barricade before or after mall hours.
    C. Barricades constructed by Tenant shall be at Tenant’s expense and shall consist of ½"
         plywood or 5/8" gypsum board which is taped, finished and painted off-white.
    D. The barricade shall not exceed 4'-0" from Tenant’s lease line into the mall common
         area.
    E. Tenant’s contractor shall cover the top of the barricade with a dust cover to the
         neutral bands with a clear, heavy visqueen.
    F. The dust cover shall not be exposed on the mall side of the barricade.
    G. In the event Landlord provides an existing barricade for Tenant, said barricade shall
         be at Tenant’s expense in the amount of $75/LF.
    H. Barricades shall be removed only during when the mall is closed.
    I. Barricades shall not be removed until approved by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
         Coordinator.
14. Any Tenant Work requiring access to the roof shall have Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
    Coordinator’s prior approval.
15. Concrete pumping shall have Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator’s prior approval.
16. Any welding or use of open flames shall have the prior approval of Landlord’s Onsite
    Tenant Coordinator and a permit from the CITY OF STOCKTON.
17. Entry to any electrical or telephone room shall not be permitted without Landlord’s
    Onsite Tenant Coordinator’s prior approval.
18. All roof penetrations shall be completed by Landlord’s designated roofing contractor.
19. Tenant shall notify Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator prior to performing any roof
    penetrations.
20. All fascia signs shall be removed by Tenant’s contractor.
21. Tenant shall plug holes and repaint the fascia per Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator’s
    specifications.
22. All requirements for life safety and Environmental Protection Agency shall be
    maintained in Tenant’s leased premises during construction including, but not limited to,
    the need for proper exits, exit lighting, sprinkler systems, hazardous waste disposal, noise
    levels, welding, etc.
23. Tenant’s contractor shall provide a 100% Performance Bond or, in lieu of a bond,
    Tenant’s contractor may deposit the contract amount in cash with Landlord.
24. Tenant’s contractor’s equipment on the floor shall be strictly limited to the designed
    weight limits.
25. Tenant’s contractor shall request the use of special equipment, etc. with Landlord’s
    Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
26. Tenant’s contractor shall received approval from Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator
    for any changes to Tenant’s approved final working drawings and specifications prior to
    commencement of work.
27. Tenant’s contractor shall be responsible for the conduct of all subcontractors and shall, at
    all times during construction, maintain an onsite representative.
28. Tenant’s contractor shall verify entry floor elevations with Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
    Coordinator prior to installation.
29. Tenant’s contractor shall properly treat all tripping hazards.
30. Vehicles
    A. Tenant’s contractors’ vehicles shall be properly marked with the job name on the
         windshields.


                                              9-4
    B. Non-essential vehicles, including workers’ private cars, shall be parked in low usage
        areas designated by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
    C. Vehicles shall not be parked in truck courts as they may block deliveries.
31. Tenant shall not use unlicensed contractors and any violations and damages cuased by
    construction shall be charged to Tenant.
32. Welding Inside the Mall
    A. Welding shall be coordinated through Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
    B. Requests to weld must be submitted, in writing, to Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
        Coordinator prior to commencing work.
    C. When welding, Landlord requires an approved fire extinguisher in Tenant’s space.
    D. After welding is complete, a fire watch must be maintained for a minimum of one (1)
        hour.
33. Concrete Core Drilling Standards
    A. All floor penetrations for plumbing and electrical work will need to be core-drilled.
    B. The locations of floor penetrations must be per Tenant’s approved drawings and
        specifications which must also be approved by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
        Coordinator.
    C. Prior to drilling holes, layouts must be field-verified from the column lines
        downstairs to be certain that bar joists/beams will be cleared.
    D. Tenant’s drilling crew must include enough people so a watchman can always be
        downstairs below the work as well as a person to wet-vacuum the water and slurry so
        it does not damage the space below.
    E. Cores must be removed from the holes from above and cannot be allowed to fall into
        the space below.
    F. Tenant must report any damages to the work below from water or falling debris to
        Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator immediately.
    G. Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator can provide Tenant with a list of core drilling
        contractors.
    H. Prior to re-pouring/grouting of cored holes, the side of the hole must be scarified to
        prevent the plug from falling after it dries out.
    I. The material used for filling the core holes must be a “cementitious precision grout”
        such as THORO-GRIP hydraulic anchoring cement.
34. Concrete Pours
    A. All concrete work must be scheduled with and approved by Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
        Coordinator.
    B. Requests to pour concrete must be submitted, in writing, to Landlord’s Onsite Tenant
        Coordinator prior to commencing work.
    C. Failure to submit a written request to Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator will
        result in ejection from the site.
    D. Tenant’s general contractor shall be responsible for protecting all mall surfaces.
35. Pre-Payment
    All work performed by Landlord’s designated contractors must be paid in full before any
    materials are ordered or work can commence.
36. Protection of Mall Surfaces and Fixtures
    A. It is Tenant’s contractor’s sole responsibility to protect Landlord’s and other Tenants’
        finished surfaces, equipment, fixtures, systems and structures.
    B. Landlord requires the use of balloon-type/soft rubber wheeled dollies for transporting
        equipment of supplies through the mall or corridors.

                                             9-5
    C. Metal wheeled dollies, carts or equipment are not permitted.
    D. Al mall flooring or storefront finishes must be protected during Tenant’s Work in or
       adjacent to the mallway.
    E. Transporting through the mall common area is prohibited unless consent is granted by
       Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator.
    F. At a minimum, plywood, homosote, masonites (¼" or thicker) boarding or rubber
       matting must be used to protect the mall flooring.
    G. Plastic sheeting shall be draped on Tenant’ side of the construction barricade to
       contain any dust, overspray, fumes or dirt within the work area.
37. Coordination and Cooperation
    A. All contractors shall be licensed, have good labor relations, be capable of performing
       quality workmanship and work in harmony with Landlord’s general contractor and
       other contractors at WEBERSTOWN MALL.
    B. Tenant’s contractor shall cooperate with Landlord’s general contractor and all other
       contractors by coordinating work in order to not delay other work in progress,
       interfere with the operations of existing Tenants or impede or endanger the safety of
       shoppers.
    C. All contractors must have satisfactory labor relations which will not interfere with
       mall operations or other construction at the mall.
    D. In the event Tenant’s contractor willfully violates the requirements of this Tenant
       Handbook or Tenant’s Lease Agreement, Landlord may order Tenant’s contractor to
       remove its equipment and employees from Landlord’s property.
38. Violations of any of the above regulations shall give Landlord the right to stop any/all
    work until the deficiencies are corrected.

Harmony Clause
Tenant shall include, and shall require its general contractor to include, the following
Harmony Clause in its contracts with all contractors and subcontractors to avoid disruption of
Landlord’s Work, Tenant’s Work and the work of other Tenants.

“It is understood that contracts will be awarded by the contractor and labor will be employed
on the project without discrimination as to whether employees, agents and/or subcontractors
of the contractor or any other subcontractor, including those that may be employed by the
Owner of the project, are members or non-members of any labor or collective bargaining
organization and the subcontractor accepts this understanding.

There shall be no manifestations on the project of any dispute between any labor organization
and the subcontractors. The subcontractor agrees to employ persons, agents, suppliers and
subcontractors who will perform the work under its subcontract, whether or not other
employees or mechanics on the project are members or non-members of any labor or
collective bargaining organization.

The subcontractor agrees not to participate in or permit any cessation of work which may
occur as a result of any labor dispute. Should there be a work stoppage caused by a strike,
picketing, boycott or any cessation of work by employees of the subcontractor, its agents,
suppliers and/or subcontractors which, in the sole judgment of the contractor, will cause or is
likely to cause unreasonable delay in the progress of construction then, upon forty-eight (48)
hours of written notice, delivered either in hand, by telegram or registered mail, the

                                             9-6
contractor shall have the right to declare the subcontractor in default of this subcontract and,
upon such notice, the contractor shall have the right to take such steps as necessary to
finished the uncompleted portion of the work to be performed by the subcontractor. In such
an event, the contractor shall have the right to take possession of and use all of the
subcontractor’s remaining interest in the contract price. The subcontractor agrees to pay the
contractor such excess within thirty (30) days after presentation of documented written
demand for such excess has been made upon the subcontractor by the contractor.”




                                              9-7
TENANT CLOSE-OUT REQUIREMENTS
Prior to releasing the Tenant Construction Allowance or Tenant’s contractor’s Construction
Damage and Security Deposit, the following close-out requirements must be completed and
delivered to Landlord:
1. a detailed breakdown of Tenant’s final and total improvement costs, together with
    receipted final invoices showing payment;
2. one (1) complete set of as-built construction documents;
3. a copy of the required service and/or maintenance contracts;
4. Contractor’s Affidavits together with valid Waivers of Lien, indicating payment in full
    for labor, materials and subcontractors and one (1) year warranties for materials and
    workmanship;
5. a copy of Tenant’s Certificate of Occupancy; and
6. a copy of the completed Landlord’s Onsite Tenant Coordinator’s punchlist.




                                                                          Section Ten
                                       TENANT CLOSE-OUT REQUIREMENTS
                                          10-1
FORMS
                                  Tenant Construction Checklist
1.    Lease has been signed:            Yes:            No:                             Date:
      Comments:

2.    Approval date to start work:

3.    Approved drawings in the mall management office:                           Yes:                 No:
      Comments:

4.    Pre-Construction Meeting:                Date:                                Time:

5.    Contractor Certificate of Insurance Received:                     Date:
      Comments:

6.    Security Deposit:          Yes:             No:                Amount:        $
      Comments:

7.    Copy of Building Permit:             Yes:                No:             Date Received:
      Comments:

8.    Name and Telephone Number of:
      Tenant:
                                (Address)                               (City)              (State)         (Zip)

                                     (Telephone)                                          (Facsimile)
      Contractor:
                                        (Address)                       (City)              (State)         (Zip)

                                     (Telephone)                                          (Facsimile)

9.    Lease Commencement Date:

10.   Possession Date:

11.   Date Construction Began:

12.   Dates of Building Inspections and Outcomes:
              Date                                                                  Comments




13.   Date of Final Walk Thru:

14.   Punch List Items:



15.   Date Construction Finished:

16.   Certificate of Occupancy:            Yes:               No:          Date:
      Comments:

                                                                                                Section Eleven
                                                                                                            FORMS
                                                         11-1
                       Tenant’s Contractor and Subcontractors
Date:

Store Name:                            Space No.:

Contractor:                            Address:

Project Manager:                       Telephone:               Facsimile:

Site Superintendent:                   Telephone:               Facsimile:


                                      Subcontractors
                           Name          Address        Telephone            Representative

Acoustical

Carpentry

Carpet

Concrete

Drywall

Electrical

Fixtures

Flooring

HVAC
Kitchen
Equipment

Mechanical

Painting

Plumbing

Security

Tile/Wood

Other



                                        11-2
                           Minimum Submission Checklist
The following shall be filled out by Tenant, its architect, engineer and contractor. This form
shall be submitted with Tenant’s store working drawings and specifications.

Date:

Store Name:                                     Space No.:

Square Footage:

Architect:                                      Telephone:

                            Yes   No N/A                                       Yes No N/A
Floor Plan                                         Mechanical Plans

Indicate Vestibule                                 HVAC Load Calculations

Fixture Plan                                       Plumbing Plans

Indicate Design Control                            Electrical Plans

Reflected Ceiling Plan                             Electric Load Summary

Wall Elevations                                    480/277 Panel Schedule

Material Samples                                   208/120 Panel Schedule

Sign Shop Drawings                                 MEP Checklist

Key Plan




                                            11-3
                                  Permission to Weld
Date:

Store Name:                                   Space No.:

Square Footage:

General Contractor:

We request permission to weld in our client’s leased premises on _______________ (date),
at approximately _______________ (time). If there is any conflict discovered by the mall
management, the responsible party may be reached at ____________________ to discuss the
matter and/or to reschedule our date or time.

We realize that prior to welding a detailed description of the job must be submitted and
approved by the mall management.

As contractors for the above-listed space, we have read and understand fully the Tenant
Contractor Guidelines for WEBERSTOWN MALL and will strictly adhere to them. In
accordance with these, we will protect the existing mall surfaces and fixtures from damage
by:
     Having an approved fire extinguisher on hand while welding is in progress.

    Hold a one (1) hour fire watch after welding work is completed.

We further understand that while constructing, any specific questions or concerns regarding
our work within Tenant’s store or the mall entity should be directed to the mall management.

Signed: (GC)

Signed: (Concrete Contractor)

Approved: (Mall Management)




                                           11-4
                                    MEP Checklist
Date:

Store Name:                                    Space No.:

Square Footage:
                             Yes   No N/A                                 Yes   No N/A
Plumbing
Domestic Water                                     PVC in Plenum
Grease Connection                                  Water Meter
Electric Hot Water Heater                          Floor Drain
Trap Primer                                        Other: ________________
Gas/Kitchen Equipment
Equipment List                                     Equipment Cut Sheets
Emergency Shut-Off                                 Total CFH
Other: ___________________
HVAC
Heat Gain Calculation                              Vibration Insulation
Heat Loss Calculation                              Duct Insulation
Duct Plan                                          Fire Dampers
Toilet Exhaust                                     Smoke Detector
Sequence of Operations                             Other: ________________
Miscellaneous
Kitchen Exhaust                                    Up-Blast Fan Detail
Duct Plan                                          Access Doors
Specifications                                     Backdraft Damper
UL Listed Hood Cut Sheets                          Grease Drain
2" Insulation                                      Fire Protection
Hood Type
Exhaust Allowance:                 CFM
Submitted Exhaust:                 CFM
Water Wash-Filter
85% Make-Up:                       CFM
Make-Up:                           CFM Total




                                          11-5
                           Electric Load Summary Data
This schedule shall be completed and submitted with the drawings in Tenant’s working
drawing submission.

Space No.:                                           Total SF Area:

Tenant Name:                                         Date:

                                                        Connected
                       Load                            Load (KVA)

Lighting

Receptacles

Water Heater

Space Heating

Air Conditioning

Processing Equipment

Miscellaneous

Total                                                                 (KVA)

Total Maximum Expected Demand (Summer) (Winter)                       (KVA)

Largest motor                       assumed power factor

Submitted by:
(Include name of contact and telephone number.)




                                          11-6
                        Electrical Submittal Form

                 Type   Voltage   Watt     Connected Load   Remarks
Lighting
A. General




B. Showcase




C. Valance




D. Accent




E. Signs




F. Other




Total Lighting

Tenant:                                   Space No.:

Completed By:                             Date:

Checked By:                               Date:

                                  11-7
                            Electrical Submittal Form (2)

                                Type     Voltage   Watt    Connected Load   Remarks
3.    Convenience Outlet
      Use Factor X 30%
      Adjusted Watts = Conv.
      Outlet x Use Factor

4.    Air Handling Units

5.    Miscellaneous Motors

6.    Electric Water Heater
7.    Electric Cooking
8.    Resistance Heating
9.    Perimeter Heating
10.   Other Loads




11.   Total Adjusted
      Electric Load
12.   Space Designation =
13.   Total SF =

      Total VA/SF = 11 divided by 13 =             VA/SF

Tenant:                                                    Space No.:

Completed By:                                              Date:

Checked By:                                                Date:




                                          11-8
                                             Electrical Panel Schedule
Volts:                           Phase:                      Wire:                Main Capacity:                           AMPS:
Mounting:                        Feeder Size:                                     Main Connection:

                                                   Circuit                             Circuit
                                                   Breaker                             Breaker

                                Wire Size




                                                                                                         Wire Size
Occt. No.




                                                                                                                                         Occt. No.
                                            AMPS




                                                                                AMPS
                                                             Frame




                                                                                                 Frame
                                                    Pole




                                                                                         Pole
            Item Distribution                                                                                        Distribution Item
            Fed     Watts                                             Neutral                                           Watts     Fed
1                                                                                                                                        2
3                                                                                                                                        4
5                                                                                                                                        6
7                                                                                                                                        8
9                                                                                                                                        10
11                                                                                                                                       12
13                                                                                                                                       14
15                                                                                                                                       16
17                                                                                                                                       18
19                                                                                                                                       20
21                                                                                                                                       22
23                                                                                                                                       24
25                                                                                                                                       26
27                                                                                                                                       28
29                                                                                                                                       30
31                                                                                                                                       32
33                                                                                                                                       34
35                                                                                                                                       36
37                                                                                                                                       38
39                                                                                                                                       40
41                                                                                                                                       42




                                                               11-9
                                 HVAC Submittal Form


1.    Toilets:          (1)                    (W)                 X              = CFM
      Toilets:          (1)                    (W)                 X              = CFM
      Toilets:          (1)                    (W)                 X              = CFM

2.    Range Hood Exhaust:
      Indicate method of establishing air quantity (CFM/SF of hood area, etc.).

3.    Dishwasher Exhaust:
      Indicate method of establishing air quantity.

4.    Miscellaneous Exhaust:
      Indicate method of establishing air quantity.


Exhaust Fan Schedule
    Designation
    Location
    CFM
    Static Pressure (Inches W.G.)
    Wheel Diameter (Inches)
    Maximum Tip Speed (FPM)
    Design HP
    Motor RPM


Tenant:                                               Space No.:

By:                                                   Date:




                                             11-10
                                  Tenant:                     Date:
Room Heat Losses
Room No.
Room Name
Room Area
Exterior
Losses      Factor Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH
      Glass

 Day Mode
     Walls
 Day Mode
     Roof
     Floor

  Perimeter

 Infiltration

Night Mode
      Glass
Night Mode
      Walls
      Night
Mode Roof

Interior     Factor
Loss
   Partition

 Lights Day
Mode Credit
Ventilation



Total Night Loss
Total Day Loss
BTU/SF




                                       11-11
                                  Tenant:                     Date:
Room Heat Gains
Room No.
Room Name
Room Area

Sens. Gains Factor Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH Quan. BTUH
       Glass
       Glass
       Glass
        Wall
        Wall
        Wall
Partition
Ceiling
Roof
Floor
Infiltration
People
Lights
Motors
Subtotal R.S.H.
+ % SF
Total R.S.H.
Lat. Gains Factor
People
Vent
Room Total Heat
Supply Air T.D.
Supply Air C.F.M.
CFM/SF




                                       11-12
LOAD CALCULATION SUMMARY
Zone Information         Name:                                                                      Terminal Unit:
(Complete for each zone or terminal device requested.)
Design Conditions        Outside:            DB             Inside:     (75) DB      Supply Air                           Time:
                                             WB                              WB      Temperature:

                                              U or R                                     Sensible     Total
                                 Exp.          /S.C.         Factor         Area          Space      Sensible        Latent       Total
External Glass                                   /
                                                 /
                                                 /
                                                 /
                                 Hor             /
                          Wall



                       Floor
                    Partition
                       Roof
Internal
Occupant Density:                       SF
Number:
  Factor:                   S                   L

                                   Special
Lighting         Lamp             Allowance                  Total
 Type:           Watts:            Factor:          No.:     Watts:




Neon LF:                                        BTUH/LF:
Miscellaneous and Process
                                  Connected                 Diversity     Hooded
  Item:                             Load:                    Factor:      (Y or N)




Outside Air
No. of Occupants:                                   CFM per Occupant:
Total CFM:
Credits
Thermal Exhaust (Food Court Only)
3000 CFM x 1.085 x Accep. Temp. Rise
(Recommended 10° max).

TOTALS



                                                                 11-13
                             Plumbing Submittal Form

Plumbing Calculations
                                                                                 Water
                                           San. F.U.   San. F.U.    C.W. F.U.   Demand
    Plumbing Fixtures         Quantity       Each        Total        Total      Total
W.C.
Urinal
Lavatory
Service Sink
Electric Water Cooler
Floor Drain



TOTALS

                                Sanitary                           Water
Service Connection Size


Electric Domestic Water Heater
Heater No.                                                            WH-        WH-
Type (Model)
Storage Capacity (Gallons)
Recovery (gph)
Entering Water Temperature (°F)
Lower Element (KW-Electric only)
Upper Element (KW-Electric only)
Electrical Characteristics (Volts/Phase)


Tenant:                                                 Space No.:
By:                                                     Date:




                                           11-14
                                 Statement of Costs

Project:
Owner:
Architect/Engineer/General Contractor:

                             Item                     Cost




                                         11-15
                             Indemnification Agreement
Project:

Contractor:

Contractor agrees to defend all actions against WTM GLIMCHER, LLC, its partners, directors,
officers, employees and other designated agents, and to indemnify and save WTM
GLIMCHER, LLC, its partners, losses, liabilities, damages and expenses of any kind, including
attorney fees, without limitation, relating to or arising from:
    1) the use, control, repair or possession of the premises at WEBERSTOWN MALL by
        contractor or subcontractors of any tier used by contractor;
    2) injury to any person or damage to property or loss of life sustained as a result of
        contractor’s or any subcontractor’s act or negligence;
    3) any breach of contract between contractor and its subcontractors to WTM GLIMCHER,
        LLC, whether written or oral; and
    4) any other act or omission of contractor, its employees, subcontractors, licensees or
        agents.
Contractor, at its sole expense, shall obtain and keep in full force and effect at all times
during this agreement and project, including post completion, insurance polices protecting
any property damage or injury, bodily or personal, in limits suitable to WTM GLIMCHER,
LLC and will name WTM GLIMCHER, LLC and its designees as additional insureds.


Contractor                                         Date

By:
                                                   Witness

Title




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                    Costs to be Reimbursed to Landlord for
                    Work or Materials Provided by Landlord

           This form must be signed and returned to the Operations Director.

1.   Mall Tile:                 $30/Each
2.   Temporary Barricades:      $75/LF
3.   Sprinkler Shut Down:       $250/Each
4.   Engineering Labor:         $45/Hour
5.   Housekeeping Labor:        $35/Hour
6.   Temporary Service Power:   $0.45/SF
7.   In-House Storage:          $35/Day (Negotiable)
8.   Construction Deposit:      $3,000

I understand and agree with the above WEBERSTOWN MALL service pricing. I understand
that any services shall be deducted from the construction deposit.

Signed: ____________________________

Date: ______________________________




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                                       City of Stockton

                Construction Permits & Plan Check
Whatever your planned construction project is, it will probably require application for a permit,
a plan check review and inspections. The following questions and answers should help you
through the required procedure.

                            What are Construction Permits?
Construction permits are documents obtained through the Building Division of the Community
Development Department which authorize the start of construction or remodeling of a building
within the City limits.
   There are four common types of permits:
   1. Building Permit - Required to construct or modify a building or structure.
   2. Electrical Permit - Required to install or modify an electrical system.
   3. Plumbing Permit - Required to install or modify a plumbing system.
   4. Mechanical Permit - Required to install or modify heating, ventilation, refrigeration, air
        conditioning and other related systems.

                                When is a Permit Needed?
A permit is required for any construction that physically changes or adds structures to your
property, or for work regulated by City codes or ordinances such as:
       New buildings (dwellings, sheds, carports)
       Additions (buildings, swimming pools, decks over 30" above grade, retaining walls, patio
       covers)
       Alterations beyond cosmetic changes such as converting garages to family rooms
       Moving or demolishing a building
       Repairs involving structural members
       Installation of heating equipment such as wood burning stoves
       Changing the use of a structure
       Reroofing or new roof covering
       Signs
       Site development

                       Who Can Obtain a Construction Permit?
A building permit will be issued to:
   1. A property Owner
   2. A licensed contractor
   3. An authorized agent (contact the Building Division of the Community Development for
       requirements).

When a permit is taken out, the signature and identity of the applicant must be verified. A
California Driver’s License, State of California identification card, or other positive
identification will meet this requirement.

Contractors working in the City are required to have a City business license.


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                           What Must I Submit for a Permit?
Submit a completed building permit application form to the Building Division of the Community
Development Department, with the APN number, the subdivision of the development site, the
general contractor’s and subcontractors’ information (licensed contractors and subcontractors are
necessary if the homeowner does not do his/her own work). The Building Division of the
Community Development Department, found in the Permit Center, has the application form.

Submit three (3) complete sets of plans for residential work; five complete sets for commercial
work, showing all proposed work and details showing compliance with building codes and
zoning ordinances. If plans are not clear or lack detail, they will be returned to you without
review.
    A complete Set of Plans must include:
        Plot Plan
        Foundation Plan
        Floor Plan
        Elevations (front, rear and side views)
        Cross Section (floor, wall and roof)
        Details of critical connections
        Construction details and material specifications
        Energy/insulation requirements
The plan must show the entire development site, all structures, their size and location on the site,
and an arrow indicating which direction is north. Building Plans should be drawn to a scale of
not less than one-fourth inch to the foot and must be at least 18"x24" paper. Any plumbing,
electrical or mechanical work to be done must be noted on the plans.

DELAYS CAN BE COSTLY. You can save yourself a great deal of money (both as a builder
and as a taxpayer) as well valuable time if you review the general regulations outlined and
submit plans that will not need major revisions later. IF YOU CANNOT DRAW UP THE
PLANS, OR ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH CODE REQUIREMENTS, PLEASE SEEK
COMPETENT ASSISTANCE BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO APPLY FOR THE PERMIT. The
City staff cannot assist in drafting the plans or designing your project. The plans examiner can
only check the completed plans for compliance with codes.

                                    What is Plan Check?
City Planners and Plans Examiners will review the plans submitted with a building permit
application. This may result in design changes to comply with City regulations and building
codes. The amount of time required for plan check depends on the size and complexity of the
project.

                               When May I Start Building?
Construction is allowed to begin only after the permit is issued. Once the permit application and
accompanying plans have been submitted, the Community Development Department will
examine and process the plans. The plans are reviewed in the order they are received. You will
be notified of approval by telephone or by mail with permit fees specified at that time. Permit
fees are based on the type and value of the construction to be done.



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You will receive your set of “approved” plans and a permit number. Make sure you post the
address and the permit number on the site so that inspectors can find the job site. The plans
marked “approved” & “job site” must be on the job site at all times for the use of the City
Inspectors as well as the contractors. Inspections will not be made if the approved plans are not
on the site.

                                May I Change My Mind?
Yes. If you change your contractor, ask the clerk to revise the application form. If you change
your project, submit three sets of plans to the Building Division of the Community Development
Department that clearly show the revisions in relationship to the approved plans. These revisions
must be approved by the Community Development Department Building Division.

             How Much Does a Building Permit & Plan Check Cost?
The cost of a building permit is based upon the valuation of the proposed construction project as
determined by the type of construction, size of project and the specific use of the buildings or
structures. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing plan check fees are also applied to the plan
review process. All Plan Check fees area payable at the time of application submittal.

                            How Long is the Permit Active?
Once a permit is issued, construction must commence within 180 days. Construction may not
stop completely for more than 180 days. If these time periods are exceeded, the permit will
automatically expire and a new application for a building permit is necessary.

                  Typical Items to Check Before Submitting Plans
Ensure that the use, size, height and location of the building on the development site conforms
with the City’s Zoning Code. Contact the Community Development Department Planning
Division for more information.

Check for the location of any public utility easements on the building site. No construction is
allowed on or over such easements. Contact the Public Works Department in the Permit Center
for more information.

                               Building & Specialty Codes
Latest adopted edition of the Model Codes are available for review at the Cesar Chavez Central
Library, 605 N. El Dorado Street, Stockton.

For further information, call the Building Division of the Community Development Department
at (209) 937-8561. For inspections call the 24-hour inspection request line at (209) 937-8560.




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                                        City of Stockton

                                             TIPS
                TENANT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SUBMITTALS
                   TIPS - Tenant Improvement Project Submittals
    This brochure has been developed to assist in communicating the correct number, types of
plans and other supporting material necessary for plan review. Submittal documentation usually
includes drawings, specifications, calculations and other reports as required.

    Adherence to the guidelines in this brochure will provide for a more timely plan check and
will assist with efficiently processing applications and advancing plan review. It will provide a
method to review submittals for completeness and will insure that the documents submitted serve
as a communication tool that enhances communication between the reviewer and the designer.

    Furthermore, a complete submittal will provide a standardized, well documented set of
drawings and specifications that will be easier for the plan checker to understand and will reduce
the time required to review a set of drawings.

    Depending on the scope of your project, all items may or may not be required. If
clarification is necessary, a pre-submittal meeting may be scheduled with plan check staff to
determine requirements. Contact the Building Division at (209) 937-8561 to schedule the pre-
submittal meeting.

    Plans shall be prepared in a professional manner, shall be drawn to scale and shall be of
sufficient clarity to indicate the location, nature of and extent of work proposed and shall show in
detail the will conform to the provisions of the Code and all relevant Laws, Ordinances, Rules
and Regulations.

   Candidates for over-the-counter permit issuance should meet the following criteria:
   a. Continuance of same use
   b. Completely defined scope of work
   c. The existing system would be unaffected or minimal modifications that are easily
      recognized as meeting the code requirements
   d. Either no engineering or minor engineering, such as a mechanical equipment support
      beam
   e. If a candidate for unreasonable hardship from disabled access regulations, a completed
      hardship form
   f. Sprinklered buildings would require prior Fire Department approval
   g. Prior Air Pollution Control District (APCD) approval if any of their six questions are
      answered “yes”
   h. Projects must be relatively simple, for example be able to be plan checked in less than 15
      minutes.

   The following guidelines represent the requirements for a Tenant Improvement (TI)
Submittal:
      5 sets of Construction Plan-Plot, floor, electrical, plumbing, mechanical and framing with
      appropriate details. Drawings must be prepared by a California licensed architect,

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       structural or civil engineer (two sets must be wet stamped) if any structural work is
       proposed that may affect or change the system or safety of the building*
       Review Disabled Access Requirements*
       2 sets Structural Calculations
       2 sets Energy Calculations
       1 completed permit application*
       1 completed (OES/APCD) Hazardous Material Declaration*

I COVER SHEET
   Applicable codes and editions
   Description of work*
   Occupancy and type of construction
   Occupant load by occupancy
   Gross area, by floor and building height
   Allowable area calculations
   Index of drawings
   All documents shall be wet signed
   Note: See Yosemite ICBO Chapter Policy, Signature, Owner and Designer

II PLOT PLAN
    Street names*
    North arrow*
    Indicate each tenant space and the following about each space:
        Square footage
        Type of business
        Occupancy type
    Show the location of existing or new handicapped parking spaces, path of travel to entrance,
    path of travel to area of remodel, ramps and signage per Title 24, Accessibility Requirements
    Scale of drawing*
    Location of proposed work*
    Existing and proposed work*
    Existing and proposed structures
    Proximity between structures and property lines
    Vicinity Map
    Utility locations (on-site/off-site)
    Parking layout plan
    Landscape plan

III Floor Plan
    Draw to minimum scale 1/8" = 1'0"*
    Location of existing walls and new walls (use legend to indicate)*
    Reference indicators to detail
    Title 24, Energy Compliance Forms shall be on the plans (LTG-1, MECH-1 and ENV-1) and
    have the proper signatures
    Walls shall be dimensioned
    Show existing or new restroom facilities and specific drawings accessibility requirements
    Architectural floor plan(s), dimensioned, all openings listed as to size and operation, all areas
    and room uses designated, location of occupancy and area separations and handicap
    clearances.
    Fire-rated corridor and area separation sections


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   Fire-rated constriction source reference and verbatim assembly description
   Stairway section, handrail and guardrails
   Handicap compliance details
   Suspended ceiling details
   Demolition plan

IV ELECTRICAL PLAN
   Location of receptacles and lights
   Light switching requirements per Title 24
   Location of exit signs, if required
   Type of lights, manufacturer, wattage of lights, model number and appliance information
   from Title 24, Energy Calcs.
   Mandatory energy information for lighting. If panels are to be installed, provide single line
   power drawing showing conduit, connectors and breaker sizes
   Fixture schedules and motor horsepower ratings

V MECHANICAL PLAN
   Show location of HVAC equipment. Provide structural calculations and drawings for
   members supporting all equipment
   Indicate model number and manufacturer of new HVAC equipment
   Indicate CFM of new AC units
   Indicate size of outside air for new AC units
   Duct schematic and location of all supply and return outlets
   Fire damper specifications and details

VI PLUMBING PLAN
   How are walls secured at top and bottom (nails/screws, spacing, etc.)
   If walls are braced at top, indicate method to be used (nails/screws, spacing)
   Framing material and spacing
   Insulation values
   Wall cover

NOTE: Fire sprinkler plans, hydraulic calculations and fire alarm system details will need to
be submitted directly to Fire Prevention if applicable, at 345 North El Dorado Street, (209)
937-8338.

* ALWAYS REQUIRED

For additional information, please call the Community Development Department, Building
Division at (209) 937-8561.

City of Stockton
Permit Center
345 N. El Dorado Street
Stockton, CA 95202
(209) 937-8561
(209) 937-8893 (FAX)
www.stocktongove.com




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                                       City of Stockton

                                       Inspections
                                             What you need to know…

                                   What is an Inspection?
A building inspection is a process in which a trained professional checks footings, foundation,
plumbing, electrical, mechanical, structural frame, insulation, lathe and drywall, etc. to ensure
they meet all municipal ordinances and State building codes. Through this process, the City also
ensures that new and remodeled buildings are constructed according to the plans approved by the
Community Development Department. By actively inspecting in-progress and completed
construction, the City can help ensure that buildings meet all health and safety regulations.

                                     On-Site Inspections
A City Inspector will make one or more inspections of a project. These inspections ensure that
the project will be safe and sound upon completion and that the construction project complies
with all applicable codes and ordinances. After the job has received a final inspection, the
building permit will be kept on file in the Building Division of the Community Development
Department as evidence that the work has been completed.

                              When are Inspections Needed?
Inspections are required at the following stages of construction:

Footings: To be done after trenches or pad openings are excavated and cleared of loose materials
or mud, forms erected and secured in place, and reinforcing in place and secured, but before
concrete is placed.

Foundation (often combined with footing inspection): To be done after forms and reinforcing
are erected and secured or braced, but before concrete is placed.

Underground or under slab plumbing, electrical, and mechanical: To be done after the
substructure is complete and all pipes, wiring and ducts are in place and secured, but before
flooring or insulation is installed.

Rough-in, all systems (rough plumbing, electrical, mechanical, gas piping, etc.): To be done
before covering any work.

Structural frame: To be done after all above systems are approved, all structural components
which have been cut, notched or altered for systems installations shall be replaced or repaired.
Roof, wall and floor sheathing are to be in place and nailed. Bracing, blocking, and fire stops are
to be complete and windows and doors are to be framed.

Insulation: To be done after all insulation and moisture barriers are in place and secured.
Includes walls, floors, perimeter foundation, ground covers, etc. Does not include loose
insulation to be supported by ceiling finish materials. Weather protection shall be provided


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before insulation. Wet or soaked insulation will be rejected. Substantially wet or soaked wood
construction is not to be covered with moisture barriers unless adequate provision is made for
thorough drying of the structure.

Lath and plaster: To be done on interior and exterior plaster system and all drywall applications
after nailing or other fastening system is complete and before tape, plaster or other coverings are
applied. On multiple-layer drywall (fire walls), each layer of drywall shall be inspected without
exception.

Other inspections: Other inspections may be required on particular jobs, in accordance with
Section 13.306 of the S.M.C. These other inspections will be indicated on the approved plans
and specifications. When special inspections are specified on any particular job, a qualified and
approved special inspector is to be at the job site whenever work requiring special inspection is
in progress.

Final Inspections: Final electrical, plumbing, mechanical will be done after all such systems are
complete, but before the final building inspection and before occupancy of the premises. The
final building inspection is done only after all other required inspections have been done and
approved and before occupancy of the building.

                              How to Request an Inspection
When the work is ready for an inspection, the contractor or person responsible for the specific
work to be inspected should call the 24-hour inspection request line at (209) 937-8560. Have the
following information ready:
       The permit number
       Type of inspection requested
       Your name and phone number
       The address of the inspection as it appears on the permit

Calls made prior to 5 p.m., will have inspections scheduled for the following day; calls made
after 5 p.m. will have inspections scheduled for the second day following.

                                 How Much Does it Cost?
The costs of building inspection is included in the permit fee. However, there is a reinspection
fee, if an inspection call is made but the work is not ready for inspection or required corrections
have not been completed. A reinspection fee will also be charged if the approved plans are not
available or the inspector cannot gain access to the site to perform the inspection.

                          What is a Certificate of Occupancy?
                             (For other than Single-Family dwellings)
After the final inspection, when it is found that the building or structure complies with all code
provisions of the City of Stockton, your building inspector will issue a Certificate of Occupancy.
No building or structure may be lawfully used or occupied until the Certificate of Occupancy is
issued.




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                                        Helpful Hints
       Plan your project carefully
       Make a list of all needed materials, then double check and see how it fits into your project
       before purchasing
       Obtain inspections throughout construction
       Obtain final inspection and final approval by the Building Division
       Retain final permits and approved drawings for future reference.




For further information, please contact:
City of Stockton
Permit Center
345 N El Dorado Street
Stockton, CA 95202
(209) 937-8561




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                                                          COMMERCIAL CHECKLIST
      THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND MUST BE SUBMITTED TO DEVELOPMENT SERVICES BEFORE                                                      CHECK
                            YOUR APPLICATION CAN BE ACTED ON.                                                                              OFF

1. One completed Application for a Commercial Building Permit.

2. Five complete sets of construction drawings. Two of the sets must be wet signed by the architect or engineer. (Note: all sheets of
   the working drawings must be signed. The plans must include: (Minimum - 18" x 24" size paper).

    a. Site plan drawn to scale showing property lines, north arrow, easements and all existing and proposed developments. Site utility
       plan showing point of connection to city system for storm, sanitation and water.

    b. Structural plans.

    c. A complete floor plan (include room usage, exiting plan and complete dimensions). NOTE: For remodels and additions,
       the existing and proposed floor plans must be shown in their entirety.

    d. Plumbing and mechanical plans, including ventilations.

    e. Electrical plans, including a complete one-line diagram of the service and feeders.

    f. Handicap compliance.

3. Two sets of structural calculations, stamped and signed with a wet signature.

4. If prefabricated trusses are included in the scope of work, the following will be required:

    a. Complete truss layout designating each type of truss to be used.

    b. Engineered truss plans which are cross-referenced to the truss layout plan.

    c. Lateral bracing plans.

    d. Details of any special features such as girder trusses, hangers between interconnected trusses, connections between trusses
       and beams, etc.

    e. Truss calculations for each truss specified.

    f. A letter signed by the responsible engineer or architect, stating that he/she has reviewed and approved the truss calculators
       and drawings, or either a shop approval stamp and signature or the responsible engineer’s or architect’s stamp and signature.

5. Two sets of energy calculations. Provide Second Generation office standards for offices and the First Generation for all others.

6. OES (Office Emergency Services) Compliance Form.

7. APCD (Air Pollution Control District) Compliance Form.

8. Flood Certificate (if required).

9. School Certificate (if required).

10. Plan Check Deposit.




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DETAILS AND ILLUSTRATIONS




                                               Section Twelve
                                   DETAILS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
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