SPECIFICATIONS 1220-30-34-07 Tom Binnie Park – Field House August 15, 2007 ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 01010 Description of Work .1 Work under this Contract comprises the general construction of Washroom Facilities at Tom Binnie Park, 10601 City Parkway, Surrey, BC, consisting of approx. 2000 s.f. concrete block structure, site services as specified, and other related work, all in accordance with the Drawings, Specifications and all duties and obligations imposed upon the Contractor by the contract Documents and in compliance with all Codes, Rules and Regulations of the authorities having jurisdiction. 01025 Measurement & Payment .1 Measurement and payment will be as outlined in the Schedule D of Request for Proposal (i.e. R.F.P.) 01035 Modifications Procedures .1 No substitutions will be permitted without prior written approval from the relevant Consultant and Project Coordinator. Proposals for substitutions will be considered if: .a materials selected by Proponent from those specified are no longer available; or .b delivery date of materials selected from those specified would unduly delay completion of the Contract. .c suggested material is of equal or better quality than that specified and that there would be a cost saving to the City‟s, procedures will be as outlined in the R.F.P. 01040 Coordination .1 Examination of Site Before submitting Proposal, visit site to become familiar with all conditions likely to affect the Work. .2 General Conditions Division 1 of these specifications is to be read in conjunction with the General Conditions, which contain a number of clauses normally found in the Division 1 specifications as well as specified on Drawing A1 by Forum Projects Ltd. .3 Use of Site .1 Execute the work with least possible interference or disturbance to the normal use of premises. Make ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ arrangements with Owner to facilitate work as stated. .2 Maintain existing services to Work site and if authorized to use existing roads and walks for access to Work site, maintain such roads and walkways for the duration of the Contract. Make good any damage resulting from Contractor‟s use of roads, walks or other access. Areas that are not fenced off and used by the general public must be kept in safe environment at all times. .3 Burning of debris or rubbish on site is not permitted. 01040 Service Shut Downs & Connections .1 Service connections will be the responsibility of the Parks Department to within 4‟ of the building. Allow for coordination with appropriate Parks Department personal, unless otherwise specified on the drawings. Note if you are to provide some services, no digging to occur until review of all as-built drawings are reviewed and proposed digging is reviewed with appropriate Parks Department personal that are familiar with this site. 01050 Field Engineering .1 Field engineering is not to allowed, engineers are to review any proposal or change and provide faxed copy of changes to Project coordinator and all other appropriate contractors and other consultants. 01060 Regulatory Requirements .1 All construction is to be in compliance with all regulatory codes and regulations. Allow for all required inspections, permits, and approvals. Copy of inspection reports to be forwarded by fax to the Project Coordinator within 24 hours of receiving reports. 01110 Construction Safety .1 Refer to the Safety requirements specified in Schedule E-1 of R.F.P. and as specified in WCB regulations. 01120 Hazardous Materials .1 Refer to the Safety requirements specified in Schedule E-1 of R.F.P. and as specified in WCB regulations. 01130 Special Project Requirements .1 Refer to all notes and details shown on all the consultant drawings and as specified. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ 01300 Submittals .1 Submit shop drawings, product data and samples in accordance with the General Conditions and as called for within the Consultant Drawings and Specifications, prior to commencing that facet of work. .2 Make any changes in submittals which Engineer may require consistent with Contract Documents and re-submit as directed. .3 List of submittals required by this Contract: .1 Shop Drawings: .1 metal fabrications .2 metal roofing systems .3 metal doors and frames .4 finishing hardware .5 toilet partitions .6 wood trusses .2 Products Data: .1 washroom accessories .2 plumbing fixtures and trim .3 electrical equipment .4 lighting fixtures .5 Mechanical equipment, diffusers, etc. .3 Samples (3 sets required): .1 plastic laminates and ceramic tiles, .2 paint colours on sample board, .3 waterproofing membrane .4 After Engineer‟s review, distribute all copies to job site files, record document file, subcontractors and suppliers/fabricators. 01400 Quality Control .1 Owner may employ and pay for the services of an independent testing laboratory to perform testing of concrete and soil compaction. Contractor shall cooperate with the laboratory to facilitate execution of its services, in accordance with the General Conditions, and shall coordinate inspections directly with the laboratory so as not to delay progress on the Work. Employment of the laboratory shall in no way relieve the Contractor‟s obligations to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ .2 Any retesting required as a result of the initial testing indicating non-compliance with the Contract Documents shall be borne by the Contractor. .3 Any inspections or testing required by laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, orders, by-laws or approvals of public authorities or utilities relating to the Work and for the preservation of public health, or any testing performed exclusively for the contractor‟s convenience shall be paid for by the Contractor. .4 Remove or correct any rejected work immediately in accordance with the General Conditions. 01500 Construction Facilities & Security .1 Construction trailers and materials storage shall be confined to the limit of the Contract boundary to areas approved in advance by the Owner or Project Coordinator. .2 The Job Site is to be secured after work hours with appropriate fencing, and locked gates and once building block work is completed, exterior of building must be securely locked and boarded to discourage people from entering building. 01600 Material and Equipment .1 Use new material and equipment unless otherwise specified. Provide material and equipment of specified design and quality, performing to published ratings and for which replacement parts are readily available. Use products of one manufacturer for material and equipment of same type or classification unless otherwise specified. .2 Unless otherwise specified, comply with manufacturer‟s latest printed specifications and instructions for materials and installation methods. .3 Deliver, store and maintain on site all material and equipment, in original containers and packages, with wrappings, labels and seals intact and in accordance with manufacturer‟s directions. Prevent damage, adulteration and soiling of material and equipment during delivery, handling and storage. Immediately removed rejected or damaged items from site. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 5 ____________________________________________________________________________ .4 No additional costs shall be paid by the Owner for the use of substitute materials or equipment. The amount of all credits arising from approval of substitutions will result in a reduction of the Contract Price accordingly. 01650 Facilities Start-up & Commissioning .1 Allow for facilities start-up and commissioning with Project Coordinator and relevant consultants and City Personal. Provide a minimum of 5 days notice to Project Coordinator so that he can arrange the appropriate personal to be present. Provide to Project Coordinator 3 copies of equipment manuals and as built drawings during start-up meeting. 01710 Cleaning .1 Use only those cleaning materials: .1 which will not create hazards to health and property and which will not damage surfaces; .2 recommended by the manufacturer of the surface materials to be cleaned; and .3 on surfaces recommended by the cleaning material manufacturer. .2 Clean all interior spaces prior to the start of finish painting and continue cleaning on an as-required basis until painting is completed. Schedule operations so that dust and other contaminants resulting from cleaning process will not fall on wet or newly-coated surfaces. .3 Prior to application of Substantial and total Performances, undertake final cleaning as follows: .1 Remove grease, dust, dirt, stains, labels, fingerprints, and other foreign matter from, and polish, all interior and exterior finished surfaces including glass, finish hardware, ceramic tiles, stainless steel, plastic laminate, mechanical and electrical fixtures. Replace any materials broken, scratched or disfigured prior to, or as a result of, this work; .2 Vacuum clean and dust all building interiors, including behind grilles, louvres and screens; .3 Remove debris and surplus materials from all rooms and accessible concealed spaces; .4 Broom sweep and wash all roofs, gutters, walks and paved areas; .5 Brush or rake clean other surfaces or ground where altered or disturbed by construction. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 6 ____________________________________________________________________________ 01720 Project Record Documents .1 Maintain at the job site, one copy each of the following: building permit approved construction drawings; contract documents and specifications; reviewed shop drawings; change orders and other notices of change; field test reports; copy of approved work schedule. .2 Owner will provide two (2) sets of white prints for record drawing purposes. Maintain one set on site by accurately recording significant deviations from the contract Documents caused by site conditions, changes directed by the Consultants and Change Orders. Mark changes in red ink and include all actual locations of concealed and underground utilities and appurtenances. .3 Prior to application for Substantial Performance of the Work, neatly transfer notations to second set of white prints and submit both sets to Owner as “As-builts”. 01740 Contract Close Out .1 When the Contractor considers the Work substantially performed, submit to the Owner: .1 written notice of such; .2 list of items still to be completed or corrected; .3 all required guarantees and warranties. .2 After receipt of such notice, the Owner shall inspect the Work. Refer to the General Conditions for procedures thereafter. .3 When the Contractor considers the Work has reached the stage of Total Performance, and is complete, submit written certification to the Owner that: .1 Contract Documents have been reviewed; .2 Work has been inspected for compliance with, and has been completed in accordance with the Contract Documents; .3 All temporary facilities and waste materials removed and site left in clean, new condition; .4 Record documents submitted to Owner, and approved; .5 Work is completed and ready for inspection. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey General Requirements Division 1 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 7 ____________________________________________________________________________ .4 Upon completion, obtain and submit to Owner all “Certificates of Occupancy” and “Certificates of Approval” as may be issued by the Municipal Building, Plumbing, Electrical and Fire Departments, Ministry of Health, and/or any other inspection authority having jurisdiction over the site and project. .5 After receipt of all documentation called for in Clauses .4 and .5 above, the Owner shall inspect the Work. Refer to the General Conditions for procedures thereafter. .6 Upon issuance of Certificate of Total Performance, promptly submit to Owner a letter of warranty stating that the Contractor shall, at his own expense, rectify and make good any defect or fault that appears in the Work within twelve (12) months from the date of Substantial Performance, in accordance with the General Conditions. End of Section 18-08-94 ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Site Work Division 2 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 02000 General Notes .1 All references to Municipal Specifications in the Contract Documents shall mean the latest edition of the Master Municipal Specifications and Standard Detail Drawings, available from: Support Services Unlimited Suite 302, 1107 Homer Street Vancouver, BC V6B 2Y1 Tel: 604-681-0295 Fax: 604-681-4545 All work shall be performed in accordance with the standards set forth herein, and for work where no standard is specifically called up, such work shall be performed in accordance with the applicable Municipal Specifications. All work or construction shall comply with the latest updates of the BC Building Code, BC Plumbing Code, Surrey Municipal By-laws and regulations, W.C.B. safety requirements and all other applicable regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. .2 Contractors shall notify the Consultants for inspections a minimum of 48 hours (based on Monday to Friday work week) prior to: all pipework burial; all shall notify the Municipal Plumbing Inspector for all necessary underground piping inspections prior to burial; all pipework testing, placing structural fills; .3 Parks Department has made all arrangements to obtain all permits (including highway use permit for work within road right-of-ways – obtainable from the City of Surrey Engineering Department and necessary plumbing permits – obtainable from the City of Surrey Planning and Development Department, Building Division) and paid all fees, costs and deposits for sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water and natural gas connections. .4 Access roads and walks must be maintained on a regular basis to prevent the accumulation of dirt and mud. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Site Work Division 2 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ .5 Municipal roads and streets damaged during the Contract by the Contractor shall be repaired to Municipal standards and paid for by the Contractor. .6 The Contractor shall visit the site to ascertain special conditions which affect his work, prior to submitting Proposal. .7 Locate, clearly mark and protect any underground water lines, sewer lines, electrical, telephone and/or gas services in areas of excavation and areas to be travelled over by construction equipment during the Contract. 02100 Site Preparation .1 The Engineer and Contractor shall meet at the site to review layout of the work on the site prior to any actual clearing work. .2 Prevent damage to existing fencing, trees, landscaping, natural features, benchmarks, buildings, pavements, utility lines, site appurtenances and water courses which are to remain. Make good any damage. . .3 City will prior to start of this project, strip all topsoil, overburden, organic and loose material from the areas to be excavated as shown on the Site Plan, down to approved subgrade when dry enough to prevent contamination with non-organic sub-grade material. .4 Obtain approval of backfill material for use as fill for grading work at interior or exterior of building. .5 Cut and rough grade to levels, profiles and contours allowing for surface treatment as indicated. .6 Uniformly grade all areas covered by the project, including excavated and filled sections and adjacent transition areas. The finished surface shall be compacted and free from irregular surface changes. The finish surface shall be at the established grade, as stated in RFP and shall be graded to drain water away from the building. Leave ground surface in neat and tidy condition. .7 Remove all surplus material and material unsuitable for fill, grading or landscaping from site as directed by Consultant. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Site Work Division 2 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ 02200 Excavation and Fills .1 Work included: furnish all labour, equipment and materials necessary for the excavation, backfill, compaction and grading as indicated on the drawings. .2 Materials: See Geotechnical report by Levelton Consultants Ltd. for appropriate materials to use. .3 Excavation, if required, shall be made to elevations and dimensions indicated or required by the work, plus sufficient space to permit erection of forms, shoring, waterproofing and inspection of foundations. Excavation shall be made to clean lines to minimize quantity of fill material required. .4 Where no finished floor elevation relative to existing ground elevation is given on the drawings, set finished floor level min. 150 mm (6”) above lowest ground level in area of building. Excavate to subgrade beneath slab-on-grade as per drawings and Geotechnical report. .5 The bottom of all bearing surfaces shall be hand trimmed, level and free from all loose and/or organic material. Obtain approval of Geotechnical Consultant prior to placement of fill. .6 Unauthorized excavation to greater than required depth shall be corrected by the Contractor at his own expense in a manner as directed by the Geotechnical Consultant. .7 All excavations, if required, shall be taken down to approved bearing; should approved bearing be found at a greater depth or lesser depth than as shown on the drawings, the Consultant may order the increase or decrease in the depth of excavations. If the amount of excavation is changed by order of the Consultant, the Contract Sum shall be increased or decreased according to the terms of the Contract. .8 The Contractor shall protect all exposed excavations from weather conditions. Any damage caused by water, snow, etc., shall be corrected by the Contractor as directed by the Consultant, at no additional cost to the Owner. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Site Work Division 2 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ .9 Fills and Compaction: .1 Subgrade Preparation: Where grade must be built up to receive base materials, Refer to Geotechnical Report and review with Geotechnical Consultant, prior to starting. .2 Fills under Building Slabs-on-grade: Refer to Geotechnical Report. .3 Backfill over Perimeter Drains: Place drain rock for 150 mm (6”) each side of perforated drain pipe and extend 300 mm (12”) above pipe. After perimeter walls, damp proofed and approved, backfill with approved native material or imported pit run gravel, with allowance for topsoil or pavement, respectively. Underside of footings to be minimum 2‟-0” below proposed finished grade. .10 Remove all surplus excavated or imported material and debris from the site at completion of work. 02250 Site Services .1 City to provide all site services within 4‟ of building foundation. The Contractor is to coordinate with Project Coordinator the compatibility of materials, elevations and location of all services that are to be connected to the building. .2 Water service connection pipe material to have minimum 750 mm (30”) soil coverage below proposed finish grades, when located outside the building. .3 Damage to existing utilities must be reported to the appropriate authority immediately and all costs for repair shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. Locations of existing services shown on the drawings are approximate only. .4 Where the bottom of the excavation is disturbed, damaged or puddled as the result of the Contractor‟s work or due to the lack of protection from inclement weather, further excavation and filling shall be carried out as specified at his own expense. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Site Work Division 2 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 5 ____________________________________________________________________________ .5 Bedding and Backfill .1 Granular Pipe Bedding and Surround Material: crushed gravel to the following gradation: 75 mm 100 50 mm 70 – 100 25 mm 50 - 100 4.75 mm 25 – 100 2.00 mm 10 – 80 0.075 mm 2-8 .2 Refer to Section 02200 – Excavations and Fills for specified backfill materials. .3 Pipe bedding to be specified granular material to minimum 75 mm (3”) thickness beneath pipe and minimum 300 mm (12”) thickness either side of pipe; pipe cushion to be specified granular material to minimum 300 mm (12”) thickness, places in maximum 150 mm (6”) lifts, measured loose, above tops of the service lines. All granular material to be hand compacted to at least 95% Modified Proctor Density. .4 Backfill under boulevards and untravelled surfaces to be approved native materials or imported pit run gravel placed in max. 300 mm (12”) lifts and thoroughly compacted to within 150 mm (6”) of finished grade. If within an unimproved boulevard, the balance of the trench shall be backfilled with native material originally removed; if within a lawn or planter, the balance of the trench shall be backfilled with approved top soil. .6 All sanitary and storm sewer and water pipe to be buried shall be inspected and approved by the Engineer and Municipal Plumbing Inspector after laying, but before backfilling. .7 Remove all surplus excavated or imported material, surplus pipe material and fittings and debris from the site at completion of work. End of Section – 05-08-94 ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Concrete Division 3 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 03000 General .1 All work or construction shall comply with the latest updates of the National Building Code, BC Building Code and amendments, City of Surrey By-laws and regulations, WCB safety requirements and all other applicable regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. .2 Contractors shall notify the Engineer for inspections a minimum of 48 hours (Based on Monday to Friday work week) prior to: .1 All concrete pours; .2 All masonry grout pours; .3 Closing-in of any framed walls or roof structure. .4 any other inspections indicated on Structural Drawings. and shall notify the City Building Inspector for the following inspections: .1 All formwork .2 Drain tile and damp proofing .3 Framing .4 Insulation .5 and any other requested by City .3 Design loads: ground snow load 2.2kPa (46 PSF) rain load 0.3 kPa (6 PSF) roof snow load 2.06 kPa (43 PSF) floor loads 4.8 kPa (100 PSF) wind load 0.58 kPa (12 PSF) .4 Footings have been designed for an allowable soils bearing pressure of 75 kPa (1,500 PSF) on native sandy to clayey silt or on granular backfill compacted to 95% Standard Proctor density, or as recommended in the Soils Report, if included within the Contract Documents. .5 Bases of excavations and foundations shall be protected against rain, snow, frost and water. Minimum cover of perimeter footings for frost protection – 600 mm (24”). 03200 Reinforcing Steel .1 All re-inforcing steel shall conform to CSA G30.12-M77, Grade 300 for 10M bars and grade 400 for 15M and larger bars. All welded wire mesh to conform to CSA ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Concrete Division 3 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ G30.5-M83 and to be grade 400. All anchor bolts to conform to ASTM 307. .2 All re-inforcing shall be detailed, fabricated, placed, spliced and supported in accordance with CAN/CAS-A23.1-M90, CAN3-A23.3-M84 and AC1 Detailing Manual 315-65. All re-inforcing shall be supported by approved supports, spacers or hangers. .3 Re-inforcing steel to be clean and undamaged. .4 Wall and grade beam re-inforcing shall be continuous at corners and intersections. Use corner bars, or hook around corners and lap. .5 Minimum lap lengths as follows: Bar Size Lap length unless noted 10M 450 mm (18”) 15M 600 mm (24”) 20M 800 mm (32”) W.W. Mess One full mesh .6 All dowels and anchor bolts shall be placed prior to pouring concrete unless noted otherwise on drawings. Templates to be used. Dowels in footings to match vertical bars above in size and spacing. .7 Re-inforcing to have clear concrete cover as follows or as noted on drawings: Cast against earth: 75 mm (3”) Beams, walls & columns: 50 mm (2”) Slabs: 25 mm (1”) Concrete exposed to soil or weather: 19 mm (3/4”) .8 Where concrete surfaces are to be exposed, only non-corrosive type chairs shall be used to support re-inforcing. 03300 Cast-in-Place Concrete .1 Designed in accordance with CAN-A23.3-M84. .2 Contractor shall be responsible for mix designs and for obtaining concrete to specification. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Concrete Division 3 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ .3 All concrete to be ready-mixed, transported, placed, cured and protected in accordance with CAN/CSA-A23.1-M90 and CAN3-A23.3-M84. .4 Minimum compressive strength @ 28 days/maximum slump: Walls, Footings,& Slabs 28Mpa / 50mm+13mm Masonry grout 20Mpa / 75mm+13mm .5 All concrete exposed to weather shall be air-entrained 5% +/-1% by volume. No other admixtures permitted without Engineer‟s prior approval. .6 Form all openings, chases, slots, keys, etc. and install all bolts, inserts, anchors, sleeves or other items supplied by other trades and required to be built into concrete. .7 6 mil. thick polyethylene film membrane to be installed beneath all interior concrete slabs-on-grade on min. 150 mm (6”) well compacted granular fill on subgrade compacted to 100% Standard Proctor density. .8 Chamfer all exposed Vertical corners 19 mm (3/4”), and top of foundation wall with 12.5 mm (1/2”) at exterior side of wall only. .9 Finish interior floor slabs with steel trowel to hard, smooth, slat finish, sloped to each floor drain so that no ponding occurs. Also confirm with Paint Manufacturer (i.e. Cloverdale Paint) appropriate finish required for specified floor paint. See finishing schedule on drawing A6. .10 Apply two coats damp proofing to all exterior concrete surfaces below finished grade line. Damp proofing shall conform to CGSB B1-GP-2, Sternson “Protectocoat No. 160” or pre-approved alternate. 04200 Masonry .1 All masonry work shall conform to CAN3-S304-M84. .2 All jointing to be a tooled joint of uniform 10 mm (3/8”) thickness – raked and struck joints are not permitted. .3 Masonry units shall have beds and vertical end joints evenly and solidly filled with mortar. Any excess mortar shall be immediately removed and the masonry cleaned. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Concrete Division 3 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ .4 Provide all openings, chases, slots, keys, etc., in block coursing and sawn blocks – no chipping permitted. Install all bolts, inserts, anchors, sleeves or other items supplied by other trades and required to be built in. .5 Materials: .1 Masonry units: hollow concrete (f‟c + 14 Mpa) to CSA A165.1-M85 .2 Mortar: Type S for masonry, to CSA A179-M76 .3 Cement: Normal Portland Cement, gray, to CAN3-A5-M83 .4 Masonry Cement: to CAN3-A8-M83 .5 Mortar Aggregate: to CSA A82.56-M1976 .6 Water: clean, fresh, drinking water, free from impurities .7 Grout: (f‟c = 20 Mpa, 10 mm (3/8”) agg., 150 mm (6”) slump) to Table 3 of CSA A179-M76 .8 Re-inforcing steel: Fy = 400 Mpa to CSA G30.12-M77 .9 Ladder re-inforcing: to CSA G30.5-M83 .6 Min. Wall re-inforcing (unless noted otherwise on drawings): .1 200 mm (8”) Vertical cores: 1-15M @ 1200 mm (48”) O.C. full height .2 9 Ga Ladder type re-inforcing shall be placed in all walls at every second course .3 Provide 2-15M vertical bars full height at: .1 Unsupported ends of walls .2 Each corner and intersections .3 Each side of doors and openings .4 Provide 1-20M continuous bond beam at: .1 Ceiling at roof underside .2 Above all doors and windows .7 Provide dowels to match vertical wall re-inforcing size and location. Missing dowels may be installed using Hilti „Hit‟ system. .8 All horizontal bond beam steel to be hooked 600 mm (24”) max. At ends of walls at each corner and at each intersection. Extend horizontal steel min. 600 mm (24”) past all headers and openings. Provide 1-20M min. and grout solid, unless noted otherwise on drawings. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Concrete Division 3 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 5 ____________________________________________________________________________ .9 Cores to be re-inforced shall be kept free of mortar. .10 Fill cores solid with grout at the following locations: .1 Every bond beam or 3000 mm (10‟) max. .2 All ends of walls .3 All jambs of all openings .4 Cells under plates, requiring bearing .5 All fixings for fixtures and other work built into or fixed to blockwork – fill cores three courses deep .6 As noted on drawings .11 Consolidate grout at time of pouring with a flexible vibrator, reconsolidate before plasticity lost. .12 Provide cleanouts at the base of vertically re-inforced cores where lift exceeds 1200 mm (48”). Patch following pour. .13 Within exterior masonry wall hollow (unreinforced) cores, pour vermiculite loose fill insulation to top walls. .14 Upon completion of work, fill all holes and cracks, remove all loose mortar and stains, and cut out and replace all defective work. Thoroughly clean all exposed surfaces, ready to receive applied finishes as specified. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Wood and Plastics Division 6 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 06100 Rough Carpentry .1 All framing, bridging, blocking, nailing, etc. shall conform to CAN3-086-M84 and BC Building Code 1992, Part 9. .2 Unless otherwise specified, maximum moisture content: 19% exterior, 12% interior. .3 Lumber shall be Douglas Fir #2 or better for load-bearing studs, joists, rafters, nailers, plates and blocking. Unless otherwise specified, S4S. .4 All wall and roof sheathing shall be Douglas Fir plywood, G1S, sheathing grade. .5 All light framing, grounds, strapping and nailing strips: Douglas Fir “construction grade”. .6 All exposed soffits, fascia, trim to be select grade cedar, unless noted otherwise on drawings. .7 Minimum nailing of wall & roof sheathing: .1 63.5 mm (2 1/2”) Nails @ 100 mm (4”) O.C. for perimeter and sheet edges .2 63.5 mm (2 1/2”) Nails @ 150 mm (6”) O.C. intermediate (no staples permitted). .8 Contractor to install all washroom accessories, including those supplied by the Owner, in the locations shown on the drawings, as well as all millwork, finish hardware, doors, grilles and other building specialties specified. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Wood and Plastics Division 6 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 06200 Millwork .1 All work shall be to latest Millwork Standards of the Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada (AWMAC). .2 Lumber: Douglas Fir to CSA 0141-1970 and NLGA 1987 requirements, max. moisture content of 6% for interior work, to AWMAC premium grade. .3 Plywood: Complete cabinet, including Counter tops and back splashes, etc to be ¾” Marine grade Plywood, G1S. Crezon plywood removable skirts to be as specified on drawing A1, suitable to smooth paint finish, (or 1/2” Marine grade Plywood G1S can be used as substitute). .4 Nails and staples: to CSA B111-1974, galvanized for exterior work, interior highly humid areas and treated lumber, plain finish elsewhere. .5 Plastic Laminate: to CAN3-A172-M79, min. 1.6 mm thick, solid colour to match colour of Washroom partitions (i.e. supplied by Shanahans, colour #610 “Rain Tree” a dark green), backing sheet by same manufacturer as face sheet, min. 0.5 mm thick; adhesive, contact type to CGSB 71-GP-20M; sealer, water resistant, acceptable to laminate and adhesive manufacturers. Fabricate in compliance with CAN3-A172-M79, Appendix A. .6 Fabricate all millwork to AWMAC construction custom grade, provide cut-outs for plumbing, electrical, etc. fixtures and install all units using heavy duty attachments, plumb, square and rigid. Apply water resistant building paper over wood members in contact with concrete or masonry. Apply bead of caulking along all junctions of millwork and wall finish. See additional notes on Section G on Drawing A7 regarding construction details. 06200 Finish Carpentry: .1 Crezon Paneling: Wall and ceiling panel to be installed in a professional manner. Ceiling panels to installed using galvanized nails or chrome screws, suitable length to screw through drywall and minimum 1.25” into roof trusses. All holes and butt joint cracks to be filled with approved filler and sanded smooth so that fastener/joint will not be visible when painted. Note that all edges of panelling to be primed prior to installations of panels, failure to do so will require ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Wood and Plastics Division 6 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ removal, priming, inspection and re-inspection and re- installation at the contractor‟s expense. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Thermal and Moisture Protection Division 7 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 07110 Elastomeric Waterproofing: .1 To be installed where ceramic tiles on Shower floors and walls. See notes on Architectural Drawings. Note that inspection of concrete at shower areas, prior to installing membrane and after membrane is installed at showers, prior to installing ceramic tiles. Note that all inspections related to membrane must be inspected and approved by authorized membrane consultant prior to installing any ceramic tiles. Inspection report to be reviewed and approved by Designer prior to installing ceramic tiles. 07160 Bituminous Dampproofing: .1 Foundation walls to be cleaned of all dirt and other unsuitable material prior to installation of 2 coats of approved Dampproofing material. Keep 3” down from finished asphalt level, and be careful not to overspray since top portion of concrete walls will be painted. 07192 Vapour Barriers: .1 Approved vapour barrier to be installed under all concrete slab areas, c/ w minimum 12” overlap of sheets. Thickness of vapour barrier and installation to meet minimum requirements specified in B.C. Building Code. Inspection by City required prior to pouring concrete slab. .2 Approved vapour barrier to be installed at underside of wood trusses, c/w taped joints etc, as required by B.C. Building Code. Designer and City to inspect and approve prior to installation of Drywall and Crezon Boards. 07210 Building Insulation: .1 Ceiling insulation is to be installed as per details in Architectural drawings. Note that sides of raised trusses to positioned using chicken mesh or other prior approved method to achieve the specified R Values. 07216 Perimeter Insulation: .1 Foundation wall rigid insulation, as specified on Architectural Drawings, to be installed, inspected and approved prior to backfilling inside of perimeter walls. 07410 Metal Roofing .1 Designed in accordance with CSA S136-1963. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Thermal and Moisture Protection Division 7 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ .2 All work shall be by qualified contractors skills in this trade, in strict accordance with metal roofing manufacturer‟s specifications. .3 Roofing contractor shall submit to the Owner a written guarantee that the metal roofing and all associated flashings will remain secure, weathertight and watertight for a minimum period of five (5) years after date of Substantial Performance and that all leakage and failure due to faulty products and workmanship shall be repaired at the roofing contractor‟s expense. .4 Steel panels: 0.65 mm thick (26ga.) to ASTM A446-76 Grade A, galvanized to ASTM A525-78A G-90, colour to be Melchers Green, as selected by Owner from manufacturer‟s standard colour range. Approved product: Westform Metals Prolok - 12. Refer to Manufacturer website www.westform.com for specific installation detail. .5 Flashings and trim: to be fabricated from same thickness and finish metal as panels, prefinished to match panel colour. .6 Closures: composition neoprene, 25 mm (1”) thick, pre-formed closures to fit tightly into all cladding flutes, including flutes at flashings. .7 Fasteners: self-tapping, rubber gasketed (Confirm with Manufacturer), pre-painted to match panel colour, as per manufacturer‟s recommendations. .8 Inspect and accept, or advise Contractor to correct, condition of substrate prior to TRIFLEX-30 felt installation. Install steel panels, flashings, trim, closures and gutter membrane as per reviewed shop drawings and manufacturers‟ instructions to meet load requirements and maintain weathertight installation. Touch-up all minor scratches with matching paint. 07460 Cladding: .1 Hardie Board paneling to be installed in conformance with Manufacturer specifications and details. Refer to www.jameshardie.com . Install building paper, cedar strips and flashing prior to installing siding. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Thermal and Moisture Protection Division 7 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ 07600 Flashing and Sheet Metal Roofing .1 All work in this Section to conform to the latest RCABC Standards and applicable ULC requirements, and as per Westform Metal specification related to specified metal roofing and approved details. .2 Sheet metal: 1.2 mm thick (18 ga.), break shape, pre-finished galvanized sheet steel, to CSA G163.2 or as noted on drawings and as per Westform Metal specification related to specified metal roofing, flashing and approved details. . Colour to match roofing colour. Other flashings to match door frames or adjacent colour as specified on architectural drawings. .3 Accessories: .1 Isolation coating: alkali resistant bituminous paint to CGSB 1-GP-108 (c) Type 2, Block. .2 Bedding compound: plastic asphalt cement, conforming to CGSB 37-GP-5. .3 Caulking compound: one component polysulphide sealant, conforming to CGSB 19-GP-13A. .4 Fasteners: of same material as sheet metal, to CSA B111-1974, ring thread flat head roofing nails of size suitable for metal flashing application; washers to be of same material as sheet metal, 1 mm thick with rubber packings. For roofing, Refer to Westform Website to confirm approved fasteners. .4 Form pieces in max. 2400 mm (8‟) lengths, with allowance for expansion at joints. Hem exposed edges for stiffness on underside 12 mm (1/2”). Mitre and seal corners. Form all flashings on bending brake. Refer to Westform Website for additional details. .5 Inspect and accept, or advise Contractor to correct, condition of substrate prior to sheet metal installation. Install sheet metal work as per reviewed shop drawings and in accordance with RCABC standards. .6 Use concealed fastenings except where approved before installation. Provide TRIFLEX -30 underlay, secured and lapped 150 mm (6”) at joints, under sheet metal. Counter-flash bituminous flashings at intersections of roof with vertical surfaces and curbs. Lock and caulk end seams. Refer to Westform Website for approved details. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Thermal and Moisture Protection Division 7 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ 07900 Sealants .1 All work shall be by contractors skilled in this trade, in strict accordance with sealant manufacturer‟s specification. .2 Submit to the Owner prior to Substantial Performance of the work, a three (3) year written guarantee that all defects of design, material, workmanship and leakage will be rectified at no cost to the Owner. .3 Materials: .1 Type 1: One component polysulphide sealant: conforming to CGSB 19-GP-13a; colour to be selected by Owner. .2 Type 2: One component silicone sealant: mildew resistant type; colour to be selected by Owner. .3 Primers: non-staining type recommended by sealant manufacturer. .4 Joint fillers: closed cell polyethylene foam (either round or square), compatible with primers; sizes as required by individual joints; Shore „A‟ hardness of 20, oversized 30 - 50%. .5 Solvents & cleaners: as recommended by sealant manufacturer. .6 Bond Breaker: pressure sensitive polyethylene tape, as recommended by sealant manufacturer. .4 Thoroughly clean all joint surfaces of dust, paint, loose matter, rust, grindings, oil, greases, etc. and dry surfaces. .5 Prepare concrete, masonry, glazed and vitreous surfaces to sealant manufacturer‟s instructions. Mask adjacent surfaces prior to priming and caulking. .6 Apply primer, joint filler, bond breaker and sealant to sealant manufacturer‟s instructions. Form surface of sealant with full bead, smooth, free from ridges, wrinkles, sags, air pockets, etc. Neatly tool surface to a slight concave joint. .7 Apply sealant to joints locations as follows: .1 Around all door frames and windows - Type 1. .2 Around all grilles, louvres and other openings in exterior walls - Type 1. .3 Junction of toilet fixtures, sinks, showers and bathtubs with walls and floors - Type 2. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Thermal and Moisture Protection Division 7 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 5 ____________________________________________________________________________ .4 Control joints in masonry walls, concrete slabs and all other joint locations as indicated on the drawings. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Doors and Windows Division 8 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 08100 Metal Doors and Frames .1 Coordinate all work under this Section with that of Section 08710 - Finish Hardware. .2 Metal Doors: .1 Commercial quality, cold rolled, roller levelled sheet steel to ASTM A653-ZF001 with factory-applied W25 zinc coating. .2 Minimum steel core thickness 1.5 mm (15 ga.) with vertical rod steel stiffened core c\w batten insulation in between. Door to be morticed and adequately re-inforced for hardware, including 2.6 mm thick internal re-inforcing strip for door closers, where required. Seams to be spot welded. Door thickness and sizes as scheduled. .3 CWS Series (i.e. Continuous Welded Series, by Shanahan‟s) - Doors to be 3‟-0 x 6’-8” x 1 ¾” undercut 3/4”, C/W push, pull, kick, deadlock, 3 butts, anti-pry plate and closer, as noted on the Architectural Drawings. Include 6” x 6” self- adhered/screwed aluminum pictograph signs indicating wheelchair accessible men‟s and women‟s washrooms mounted 5‟-0 above slab and centred on doors. .4 Metal Frames: .1 FW Series (i.e. Shanahan‟s) Commercial quality, pressed cold rolled sheet steel with factory-applied W25 zinc coating, minimum steel core thickness 1.6 mm (16 ga.). Frame thickness and sizes as scheduled. .2 Anchors: 1.6 mm thick min. steel, standard type for applicable installation or preferred to have frame installed as masonry is installed, using approved masonry anchors. .3 Guard boxes: 0.8 mm thick min. steel. .4 Door bumpers: black neoprene double stud, removable for replacement. .5 Install doors and hardware in accordance with hardware templates and manufacturer‟s instructions. Prep Door and Frame for electric strike plate. Approved Electric Strike made ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Doors and Windows Division 8 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ by RCI (i.e. Rutherford Controls) #L6514 c/w ANSI faceplate. .6 Adjust operable parts for correct function. Maximum edge clearances shall be as follows: .1 Between door and frame at heads and jambs: 3.0 mm (1/8”) .2 At sills without thresholds: 25 mm (1”) .3 To washroom cubicles: see drawings. 08305 Access Doors: .1 Fire Rated Attic Access door is to be installed in Ceiling of Service room, as per drawings. Access door to be painted same colour as other metal is painted within the inside of the building. 08700 Finish Hardware .1 Submit 4 sets of shop drawings to the Owner prior to shipping. No installation is permitted until so directed by the Owner. .2 Store finish hardware in locked, clean, dry area. Include two sets of necessary tools to adjust all door closers and locksets. .3 Door Hardware: All locks to be keyed to existing Mul-T-Lock System for Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture facilities. Obtain details from the lock manufacturer prior to ordering. Supply four keys per lock. Final re-keying to be responsibility of Parks Department. Standards of acceptance: .1 Dead bolts: Schlage B660 (or B250, To be confirmed with City prior to ordering) in colour 626 (Silver) capable of inserting Mul-T-Lock Cylinder, ready for City install at completion of project. .2 Door closers: LCN 4111 x 689 spring – Cosh-n-stop, or approved equal (6 req‟d) .3 Push plates: Hager HA9500 4 x 16 – C32D or approved equal (6 req‟d) .4 Pulls: Finger pulls are #GSH961-C32G (Heavy Duty Flush Pulls), or approved equal (7 req‟d) ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Doors and Windows Division 8 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ .5 Kick plates: Hager HA9550 10 x (door width - 50MM) – C32 D or approved equal (6 req‟d) .6 Hinges: Stanley FBB 199 4-1/2” x 4-1/2” C32D, NRP (i.e. must be heavy duty Ball Bearing NRP hinges, typical all doors) (6 sets req‟d) .7 Auto Door Opener: Stanley Magic Access Door Opener. Install to Manufacturer installation specifications. (2 req‟d) .8 Dead Bolt Guards: Supplier is DG Maclahlan, part #AS-DP1. (6 req‟d). .9 Allow for weatherstrip/sweep/threshold <$400 supply allowance. .4 Install all hardware to the following heights, from finished floor to centre line, unless noted otherwise on drawings: .1 Pulls & push plates: 1000 mm (39.4”) .2 Dead bolts: 1200 mm (47.25”) .5 Adjust all hardware to operate properly, quietly without undue force. Doors to be opened with force not exceeding 38N, closers to have closing period of 3 seconds from 70 deg. open position to the point 75 mm (3”) from the closed position. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Finishes Division 9 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 09260 Gypsum Board: .1 All drywall must be installed to standards recommended by drywall manufacturers to achieve the desired results of a premium commercial standard. If drywall becomes wet, the effected areas must be replaced immediately. Also ensure that drywall is installed to the minimum standards outlined in the B.C. Building Code (1998) and good construction practise. All joints to be fire taped and fire caulking to be applied between drywall ceiling and walls. .2 Designer to be given min. 48 hours notice for inspection and approval of Gypsum board and Fire taping, prior to installation of any Crezon panels, failure to have inspected and approved will require Crezon Panels to be removed and reinstalled at no expense to the City. 09900 Painting .1 Work under this section includes supply of all labour, equipment and materials necessary to prime and cover the surfaces of the building, services and accessories not otherwise protected or covered with paint, as per the finish schedule and drawings. .2 All work shall be by a qualified painting contractor employing skilled painters, and all work and materials shall conform to the standards of the Canadian Painting Contractors Assn. Manual (latest edition). .3 Inspect and accept, or advise Contractor to correct, condition of all surfaces prior to start of work. Inspections by the Designer to take place after primer installed, after first finish coat is installed and after final finish coat is installed. Failure to call for inspection with min. 48 hours notice may require additional coats of paint to be installed at no cost to the City. .4 Surface Preparation: All areas to be cleaned, sanded and free of dust prior to painting surfaces. Prepare surfaces as per paint materials manufacturer‟s recommendations, C.P.C.A. standards and as follows: ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Finishes Division 9 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ .1 Wood Surfaces: Use vinyl sealer over knots resinous areas; apply wood paste filler to nail holes and cracks; tint filler to match stains for stained woodwork. .2 Galvanized and Zinc-Coated Metals, Aluminum and Copper: clean, wash with xylene solvent and apply etching primer. .3 Concrete Floors: ensure concrete fully cured a min. of 28 days. Clean concrete, as per paint Manufacturer specifications (i.e. acid etch and/or wash with T.S.P. solution as specified), rinse with clear water and let dry. .4 Masonry and Concrete Surfaces: ensure concrete fully cured. Clean, wash with T.S.P. solution, rinse with clear water and let dry. .5 Metal Surfaces: clean all dirt, oil and grease, and remove all rust and scale down to bare metal. Wash with xylene solvent. Touch-up shop primed surfaces with alkyd metal primer. .5 Finishes: apply to manufacturer‟s directions and C.P.C.A. standards. .1 Wood (paint finish): Exterior Primer plus two coats Exterior Acrylic Latex semi-gloss Finish. .2 Concrete Block Walls: one coat latex block filler, two coats Cloverdale 0212301 (Base to be confirmed with Manufacturer - Exterior Premium Latex – confirm if to be semi-gloss finish. .3 Factory Primed Steel: one coat Cloverdale speed 15910 primer, two coats Cloverdale acrylic latex h.p. deep base 02011 .4 Galvanized and Zinc-Coated Metals, Aluminum and Copper: as above Use also on all exterior and interior metal doors and frames and non-prefinished metal flashings. .5 Powder Coats: as per Parks Department requirements. .6 Other Metal: Paint as per paint schedule. .6 Equipment, Millwork: .1 Paint all exposed conduits, pipes, and other mechanical and electrical equipment ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Finishes Division 9 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 3 ____________________________________________________________________________ occurring in finished areas, as well as inside cupboards and millwork. .2 Paint all conduits, pipes, ductwork, plywood backboards and unfinished equipment occurring in mechanical and electrical rooms. .3 In other unfinished areas, leave equipment, conduits, pipes, etc. in original factory finish. Touch-up any scratches. .7 All colours to be selected by Owner, with finish schedule to be issued after consultation with painting contractor, prior to start of painting. Contractor to provide 3 Colour boards to be approved in writing prior to start of painting. .8 Generally paint access doors, registers, covers, prime coated butts and door closures, ductwork, exposed electrical conduit, plumbing piping and suspensions same colour and texture to match adjacent surfaces. Allow for ceilings, doors and frames, trim, to be different colour than adjacent walls, exposed beams, joists and purlins; doors and frames to be of same colour per unit, although may differ from trim. Allow for three different colour schemes each for painting of rooms, doors and exteriors. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Specialties Division 10 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 ____________________________________________________________________________ 10100 Metal Compartments and Cubicles .1 Toilet Partitions shall be floor-mounted, overhead braces type steel units complete with necessary baked enamel finished hollow steel doors, panels and pilasters, clear anodized aluminum headrails, stainless steel floor shoes and fastening screws, zinc die-cast chrome-polished hinges, door handles to be surface door hardware #TS-120, combination coat hook/bumpers and support brackets, and all other miscellaneous items required. Colour to be #610 “Raintree” (i.e. dark green) as provide by Shanahan‟s manufacturer‟s standard colour chart. Sizes as per drawings. Shanahan‟s Ltd. Model O.B. or pre-approved alternate. Approved shop drawings are required before manufacturing. .2 Inspect and accept, or advise Contractor to correct, condition of all surfaces prior to start of work. .3 Fabricate and install all units securely, plumb, level and in proper alignment at the locations shown in strict accordance with the approved shop drawings and manufacturer‟s directions. Isolate all dissimilar surfaces of materials to prevent electrolysis, using building paper or bituminous paint. Proper anchors are to be used into the block walls, no plastic inserts are allowed unless prior approval in writing is obtained. .4 Adjust all hardware to operate properly, quietly without undue force and clean all surfaces. 10800 Washroom Accessories .1 Products: all units as manufactured by Bobrick or pre-approved equal: .1 Handicapped Grab Bars: B-4994 600 mm (24”) x 600 mm (24”) x 120o (beside toilet) + B-490 x 600 mm (24”) (behind toilet), 32 mm (1 ½”) diam. satin finish stainless steel non-slip grip exposed mounting. .2 Waste Receptacles: supplied by Parks, Recreation and Culture .3 Toilet Tissue Holders: supplied by Parks, Recreation and Culture .4 Hand Dryers: Brobrick #B-750 recessed hand dryer. Connection to power source by Division 16 trade. ____________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Specialties Division 10 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 2 ____________________________________________________________________________ .2 Securely fasten all units level, plumb and in proper alignment at locations shown or specified to the following heights, from finished floor to bottom of unit. .1 Rear Grab Bars: 800 mm (31.5”) .2 Side Grab Bars: 840 mm (33”) .2 Toilet Tissue Holders: 635 mm (25”) .3 Hand Dryers: 815 mm (32”) _________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Mechanical Division 15 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 _________________________________________________________________________ 15400 General .1 All work or construction shall comply with the latest updates of the BC Plumbing Code, National Building Code, BC Building Code, BC Gas Code and amendments, City of Surrey by-laws and regulations, WCB safety requirements, and all other applicable regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. Refer to Mechanical Drawings for specific details regarding Mechanical Specifications. _________________________________________________________________________ City of Surrey Electrical Division 16 Parks Washroom (short version) Page 1 _________________________________________________________________________ 16010 General .1 All work or construction shall comply with the latest updates of the Canadian Electrical Code, National Building Code, BC Building Code, BC Gas Code and amendments, City of Surrey by-laws and regulations, WCB safety requirements, and all other applicable regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. Refer to Electrical Drawings for specific details regarding Electrical Specifications.