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      A.   Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and
           Division I Specification Sections, apply to this Section.


      A.   Extent of insulation work is showl on drawings, by generic names or by abbreviatrons.
      B.   Applications ofinsulation spccified in this section include the following:

           1.   Applications used this project are shown on drawings.

                a.     Foundation wall insulation.
                b.     Board-tlpebuildinginsulation.
                c.     Blankertype building insulation.


      A.   Thermal Conductivity: Thicknesses shown are for thermal conductivity (k-value at 75 degrees or 24
           degrees C) specified for each material. Provide adjusted thicknesses as directed for equivalent use of
           matcrial having different thermal conductivity. Where insulation is identified by "R" value, provide
           appropriate thickness.

      B.   Fire and Insurance Ratings: Comply with fire-resistance, flammability and insurance ratings indicated, and
           comply with goveming regulations as interpreted by aurhorities.

1.4        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product Data: Submit manufacturer's specifications and installation instructions for each type of insulation


      A.   General Protection: Do not allow insulation materials to become wet. soiled. or covered with ice or snow.
           Comply with manufacturer's recommendations for handling, storage and protection during installation.

      B.   Protection for plastic insulation:

           1.   Do not cxpose to sunlight.
           2.   Protect against ignition at all times. Do not deliver plastic insulating materials to project site ahead of
                installation time. Complete installation and concealment of plastic materials as rapidly as possible in
                each area   ofwork.


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Exposed installations: Such materials, when exposed as installed in rooms or spaces, including attics and
           crawl spaces of buildings of any type construction, shall have a flame spread rating of 25 or less and a
           smoke developed rating of450 or lcss when tested in accordance with ASTM 384. Plenum installations,

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           thermal and acoustical materials shall have a flame spread   of25 or   less and a smoke developed rating   of50
           or less when tested in accordance with ASTM E84.

      B.   Extruded Polystyrene Board Insulation:

      C.   Rigid, cellular thermal insulation with closed-cells and integral high density skin, formed by the expansion
           ofpolystyrene base resin in an extrusion process ro comply with ASTM C 578 for

           1.   Type IV, 1.6 lb/cu. ft. min. density with 5-year aged r-values of 5.4 and 5 at 40 and 75 degrees F (4.4
                and,23 -9 degrees C), respectively or as indicated on drawings.

      D.   Protection Board: Premolded, semi-rigid asphalt/fiber composition board,'/+ inch thick, formed under heat
           and prcssure, standard sizes.

      E.   Glass Fiber Board Insulation:

           1.   Glass fibers and water-resistant binders formed into rigid, non-combustible boards: ASTM C553 and
                ASTM C612; Form a; k-value of 0.26; manufacturer's standard lengths and widths mless otherwise

      F.   Loose Glass Fiber Insulation:

           1.   Glass insulation fibers as manufactured by Certainteed, Orvens-Corning or Manville.

      G.   MineraVGlass Fiber Blankettsatt Insulation:

           l.   Inorganic fibers formed into flexible resilient blankets or semi-rigid resilient sheets; ASTM E84 and
                ASTM C665; density as indicated, but 1.01b minimum; k-value of 0.27; manufacturer's standard
                lengths and widths as required to coordinate with spaccs to be insulatcd; {pcs as follows:

                a.   Tlpe I (Ceiling): Unfaced unit; semi-rigid where required for self-support.
                b.   Type 2 (Walls): Reflective lbil facing with integral nailing flanges; 0.1 perm rating, other face (if
                     any) permeable.



      A.   Installer must examine substrate and conditions under which insulation work is to be performed and must
           notify Contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions. Do not proceed with insulation work until
           unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in a manner acceptable to Installer.

3.2        PREPARATION

      A.   Close   off openings in cavities to reoeive poured-in-place and foamed-in-place insulation, sufficiently to
           prevent escape of insulation.


      A.   Clean substrates of substances harmfbl to insulations or vapor retarders, including removal of projections
           that might punchre vapor retarders.

      B.   Eavc Ventilation Troughs: Preformed rigid fiberboard or plastic sheets designed and sized to fit between
           roof framing mcmbcrs and to provide cross ventilation between insuiated attic spaces and vented eaves.

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   C.   Ceneral:

        1.   Comply with manufacturer's instmctions for particular conditions of installation in each case. If printed
             instructions are not available or do not apply to project conditions, consult manufacturer's technical
             rcpresentative lor specified recommendations before proceeding with work.
        2.   Extend insulation fu11 thickness as shown over entire area to be insulated. Cut and fill tightly around
             obstructions, and fill voids with insulation. Remove projections which interfere with placement.
        3.   Apply a single layer of insulation of required thickness, unlcss othcrwisc shown or required to make up
             total thickness.

   D.   Perimcter and Under-Slab Insulation:

        1.   On vetical surfaces, set units in adhesive applied in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Use
             type adhesive recommended by manufacturer of insulation.

   E.   General Building Insulation:

        l. Apply      insulation   mits to     substrate  by method indicated, complying with manufacturefs
             recommendations.      If no specific   method is indicated, bond units to substrate with adhesive or use
             mechanical anchorage to provide permanent placement and support ofunits.
        2.   Sct vapor barrier faced units with vapor barrier to warm side of construction, except as otherwise
             shown. Do not obstruct ventilation spaces, except for firestopping.

             a.    Tape j oints and ruptures   in vapor barriers, and    seal each continuous area   of   insulation to
                   surrounding construction to ensure vaportight installation.

        3.   Stuff loose mineral fiber insulation into miscellaneous voids and cavity spaces as indicated. Compact
             to approximately 40% of normal maximum volume (to a density of approximately 2.5 lbs. per cu. ft.).


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      A.   Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and
           Division l Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

1.2        Polyicynene spray insulation at wall and ceiling surfaces.

1.3        REFERENCES

      A.   American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM):

           1   .   ASTM C518, Test Method for Steady-State Heat Flux Measurements and Thermal Transmission
                   Properlies by Means of the Heat Flow Meter Apparatus
           2.      ASTM D2863, Test Method for Measuring thc Minimum Oxygcn Conccntration to Support Candle-
                   like Combustion ofPlastics (Oxygen Index)
           3.      ASTM 884, Test Method for Surface Buming Characteristics of Building Materials
           4.      ASTM E90, Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airbome Sound Transmission Loss of
                   Building Partitions
           5.      ASTM E96, Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission Rate of Building Materials
           6.      ASTM 8283, Test Method for Determining the Rate of Air Leakage through Exterior Windows,
                   Curtain Walls, and Doors under Specified Differcnccs Across thc Spccimcn

1.4        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product     Data:    Provide data on materials, describing insulation properties and surface burning

      B.   Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Indicate special procedures and perimeter conditions requiring
           special treatment.

      C.   Manufactwer's Certificate: Certily that products meet or exceed specified requirements.


      A.   Manufacturer: Company specializing in manufacturing the products specifred in this section with
           minimum three (3) years documcntcd experience.

      B.   Applicator: Company specializing in performing the work of this section with minimum three (3)     years
           documented experience and certified by the manufacturer.


      A.   Conform to the IBC code for flamc and smoke ratinss and non-combustibilitv.

1.7        MOCK-UP

      A.   Provide mock-up of polyicynene spray insulation.


      A.   Toxicity/HazardousMaterials:

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        1.   Outgassing/Reactivity:

             a.   Formaldchyde: Products containing urea-formaldehyde will not be permitted.
             b.   Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)/HCFCs: Products and equipment requiring or using CFCs or HCFCs
                  during the manufacturing process will not be permitted.

        2.   Airtightness: Meet specific standards ofthe Energy Star Program of 1.5 Air Changes/Hour at 50 Pa.

   A.   Dcliver materials to site in manufacturer's original, unopened containers and packaging, with labels clearly
        indicating manufacturer and rnaterial.

   B.   Store materials in an area protected from fieezing and overheating damage and            in   accordancc with
        manufacturer's instructions.

   C.   Protect materials during handling and application to prevent damage and contamination.



   A.   Icynene 1nc.,6747 Campobello Rd. Mississauga, Ontario L5N 2L7 Canada. Tel 800-758-7325. Fax 905-
        363-0102. Web Site: www.icy,, or approved equal.


   A.   Polyicynene Spray Insulation: Icynene           or   equal; hydrophobic, low-dcnsity, open-cell modified
        polyicynene; conforming to the following:

        1.   Thermal Resistance (R-Value/inch): ASTM C5 l8; 3.6 k/sq ft/degree F/BTU. In.
        2.   Air Permeance (for5.25 inches of material): ASTM E283;0.0049 l/nt'isecond.
        3.   Water Vapor Transmission (for 5 inches of material): ASTM E96; 10 perms.
        4.   Sound Transmission Class (STC): ASTM E90; STC 37 in wood stud wall.
        5.   Noise Reduction Coeffrcient (NRC): ASTM E90; NRC-0.7 in wood stud wall.
        6.   Corrosion: No significant corrosion when in contact with steel under 85 percent relative humidity.
        7.   Bacterial or Fungal Growth: No growth; no material deterioration.
        8.   Flame Spread and Smoke Developed Rating: ASTM E84; <2Ol<4O0.
        9.   Fuel Contribution: ASTM E84;0.
        10. Oxygen Index: ASTM D2863;        average value 23.1 percent.



   A.   Verify existing conditions before starting work.

   B.   Verify that substrate is free of any foreign material that will impede application.

   C.   Veri$' that other work on and within spaces to be insulated is complete prior to application.

   D.   Notiff Architect ofconditions that would adversely affect the application.

   E.   Beginning ofinstallation means applicator accepts existing conditions.

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)..1,        PREPARATION

             Comply with manufacturer's writtcn installation instructions for preparing substntes indicated to receive

        B.   Mask and protect adjacent surfaces from overspray or damage.

        C.   Remove foreign materials, dirt, grease, oil, paint, laitance, efflorescence, and other substances that    will
             affect application.

3.3          APPLICATION

        A.   Apply insulation in accordancc rvith manufacturer's written application instructions.

        B.   Apply insulation to   a reasonably   uniform monolithic density without voids.

        C.   Apply to minimum cured thickness       as shown on drawings.

        D.   Apply insulation to fill voids around doors and windows.

        E.   Apply insulation to fi1l voids around accessible service and equipment penetrations [as noted on drawings].

        F.   Apply insulation to seal voids at truss ends to prevent wind scouring of ceiling insulation.

        G.   Seal plumbing stacks, electrical wiring and other pcnetrations into attic to control air leakage.

        H.   Apply insulation to fill voids around bathtubs to point of accessibility.

        I.   Apply insulation in unvented roofspaces and cathedral ceiling areas as indicated on drawings.

        J.   Where building is designcd to meet the specific airtightness standards of the Energy Star Program, apply
             insulation as recommended by manufacturer to provide airtight conskuction. Apply caulking to seal joints
             between structural assemblies.


        A.   Inspect application for insulation thickness and density.


        A.   Do not permit subsequent work to disturb applied insulation.


        A.   Plan and coordinate the insulation work to minimize the seneration of offcuts and waste. Reuse insulation
             scraps to the maximum extent feasible.


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      A.   Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including Gencra.l and Supplementary Conditions and
           Division I Specification Sections, apply to this Section.


      A.   Extent of shingles is shown on drawings and is hereby defined         to include units cmploycd as weather
           protection for wa1ls as well as for roofs.

      B.   Tlpes of shingle applications specified in this section include the following:

           1.   Fiberglasscompositionshinglcs.


      A. UL Listing:      Providc laboled materials which have been tested and listed by     UL for Class and Rating
           indicated for each shingle type required.

           1.   Provide "Class A" rating, except as otherwise indicated.

1.4        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product Data: Submit specifications, installation instructions, and general recommendations from shingle
           manufacturer, including data that materials comply with requirements.

      B.   Samples: Full range of samples for color and texture selection, two full-size shingles for verification of
           each color/style/texture selected.

      C.   Maintenance Stock: 2% of each color/style/texture shingle used in the work.

      D.   Produot Handling: Deliver materials in manufacturer's unopened labeled containers. Store materials to
           avoid water damage, and store rolled goods on end.


      A.   Substrate: Proceed with shingle work only after substrate construction and penetrating work have been

      B.   Weather Conditions: Proceed with shingle work only when wcathcr conditions are          in compliance with
           manufacturer's recommendations and when substrate is completely dry.


      A.   Provide shingle manufacturer's wananty on installed work, agreeing to pay for repair or replacanart of
           defective shingles as necessary to eliminate 1eaks. Period of warranty is 30 years after date of substantial



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      A.   Square Tab Shingles, UL Class "A", Heavyrveight: Mineral-surfaced, self-sealing, architectural, random-
           cut safiooth design based asphalt strip shingles complying with ASTM D 3018, bearing UL Class "A"
           extemal fire exposurc iabel and UL "Wind Resistant" label. Color as selected by Architect. To be installed
           over an unvented attic.

      B.   Products/Manufacturers: One of the following:

           l.   Celotcx Corporation
           2.   Cenain Teed Corporation
           3.   Georgia Pacific
           4.   Owens Coming Fiberglass Corporation
           5.   TAMKO Building Products

      C.   Asphalt-Saturated Felt: ASTM D 226, 15-16 qpe.

      D.   Fasteners: Hot-dipped zinc-coated or aluminum, 11 or 12 gage barbed shank, minimum 3/8" diamctcr hcad,
           sharp pointed conventiornl roofing nails, of sufficient length to penetrate 3/4" into solid decking or through
           plywood shcathing.


3.1        INSPECTION

           Installer of shingles must examinc substmte and conditions Lmder which shingling work is to be performed
           and must notiff Contractor in writing of unsatisfactory conditions. Do not procecd with shingling work
           until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected in manner acceptable to Installer.


           Clean substrate of any projections and substances detrimental to shingling work.

      B.   Coordinate installation of shingles with flashing and other adjoining work to ensure proper sequencing.


           General: Comply with instructions and recommendations of shingle manufacturer, except to extent more
           stringent   re   quirements are indicated.

      B.   Fibcrglass Composition Shingles:

           1.   Decks with slope 4" in 12" or greater: (1) Nail metal drip edge along the bottom edge (eaves) before
                felt is laid and to the sides (rakes) aftcr thc felt is laid. (2) Lay one layer of felt horizontally over entire
                roof, lapping each course over lower course 2" minimum at horizontal joints and 4" side lap at end
                joints. (3) Lap felt 6" from both sides over nips and ridges. (4) Secure underlayment to deck with
                sufficient fastcners to hold in place until shingles are applied. (5) Secure 24" wide strip of 60 mil ice
                and water shield by Grace Construction products at eaves and along rakes.

END OF SECTION 073 I 13.13

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      A.   The extent ofeach type of flashing and sheet metal work is indicated on the drawings and by provisions           of
           this section.

      B^   The tlpes of work spccified in this section include the foliowing:

           1.   Metal counter flashing; and base flashing (ifany).
           2-   Metal wall flashing and expansion joints.
           3.   Gutter and do\rnspouts (rain drainage).
           4.   Miscellancous sheet metal accessories.

      C.   Roofing accessories (excluding roof accessories) are spccified in roofing system sections   as   roofing work.

]..2       SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product Data; Flashing, Sheet Mctal, Accessories: Submit manufacturer's product specifications,
           installation instructions and general recommendations for each specified sheet material and fabricated


      A.   Coordinate work    of this section with interfacing and adjoining work for proper sequencing of each
           installation. Ensure best possible weather resistance and durability of the work and protection of materials
           and finishes.



      A.   Sheet Metal Flashing/Trim:

           L    Aluminum: Alloy and temper recornmended by aluminum producer and finisher for type of use and
                finish indicated and with not less than the strength and durability ofalloy and temper designated below:

                a.    Factory-Painted Aluminum Sheet: ASTM B 209 (ASTM B 209M), 3003-H14,              with a minimum
                      thickness of 0.032 inch (.8 mm). unless otherwise indicated.

           2.   Zinc-Coated Steel: Commercial quality with 0.020% copper, ASTM A 525 except ASTM A 527 for
                lock-forming, G90 hot-dip galvanized, mil phosphatized where indicated for painting (Pnt); 0.0359"
                thick (20 gage) except as otherwise indicated.
           3.   Prepainted, Metallic-Coated Steel Sheet: Steel sheet metallic coated by the hotdip process and
                prepainted by the coil-coating process to comply with ASTM A 755/A 755M.
           4.   Aluminum-Zinc Alloy-Coated Steel Shcct: ASTM A 7921A'792M, Class AZ50 coating designation,
                Grade 40 (Class AZMl50 coating designation, Grade 275); stmctural quality.


      A.   Laminated-Sheet Composition Flashing:

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             1.      Vinyl Sheet Flashing: Flexible sheet flashings especially formulated from virgin po11viny1 chloride
                     with plasticizers and otler modifiers to remain flexible and waterproof in concealed masonry
                     applications, black in color and ofthickness indicated below:

                     a.   Thickncss: 20 mils

        B.   Miscellaneous Materials and Accessories:

             1.      Solder: For use with steel or copper, provide 50 - 50 tin/lead solder (ASTM B 32), with rosin flux.
             2.      Fasteners: Same metal as flashing/sheet metal or, other non-corrosive metal as recommended by sheet
                     manufacturcr. Match finish of exposed heads with mat€rial being fastened.
             3.      Bituminous Coating: FS TT-C-494 or SSPC - Pa:;:rl12, solvent type bituminous mastic, nominally free
                     of sulfi-r, compounded for 15-mil dry film thickness per coat.
             4.      Mastic Seaiant: Polyisobutylene; nonhardening, nonskinning, nondrying, nonmigrating sealant.
             5.      Elastomeric Sealant: Generic type recommended by manufacturer of metal and fabricator of
                     components being sealed; comply with FS TT-S-0027, TT-S-00230, or TT-S-001543.
             6.      Adhesives: Type recommendcd by flashing sheet manufacturer for watcrprooflweatler-resistant
                     seaming and adhesive application of flashing sheet.
             7   .   Reglets: Metal units of the type and profile indicated, compatible with flashing indicated,
             8.      Metal Accessorics: Provide sheet metal clips, straps, anchoring devices ard similar accessory units as
                     required for installation of work, matching or compatible with material being installed, noncorrosive,
                     size and gage required for performance.
             9.      Elastic Flashing Filler: Closed-cel1 polyethylene or other soft closed-cell material recommended by
                     elastic flashing manufacturer as filler wrder flashing loops to ensure movement with minimum stress on
                     flashing sheet.
             10. Roofing Cement: ASTM D 2822, asphaltic.


             General Metal Fabrication     :

             1.      Shop-fabricate work to greatest extent possible. Comply with details shown, and with applicable
                     requirements of SMACNA "Architectural Sheet Metal Manual" and other recognized industry
                     practices. Fabricate for waterproof and wcather-resistant pcrformance; with expansion provisions for
                     nrnning work, suffrcient to permanently prevent leakage, damage or deterioration of the work. Form
                     work to fit substrates. Comply with material manufacturer instructions and recommendations. Form
                     exposed sheet metal work without excessive oil-canning, buckling and tool marks, true to line and
                     levels as indicated, with exposcd edges folded back to form hems.

        B.   Seams: Fabricate nonmoving seams in sheet metal with flatlock seams. For metal other than aluminum, tin
             edges to bc seamed, form seams, and solder. Form aluminum seams with epoxy seam sealer; rivet joints Ibr
             additional strength whcrc required.

        C.   Expansion Provisions: Where lapped or bayoneltype expansion provisions in work cannot be used, or
             would not be sufficiently water/weatherproof, form expansion j oints of intermeshing hooked flanges, not
             less than l" dcep, filled with mastic sealant (concealed within joints).

        D.   Sealant Joints: Where movable. non-expansion type joints are indicated or required for proper performance
             of work, form metal to provide for proper installation of elastomeric sealant, in compliance with industry

        E.   Separations: Provide for separation of mctal from noncompatiblc mctal or corrosive substrates by coating
             concealed surfaces at locations of contact, with bituminous coating or other permanent separation as
             recommended by manufacturer/fabricator.

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   A. General:      Except as otherwise indicated, comply with manufacturer's installation instructions and
        recommcndations, and with SMACNA "Architeotural Sheet Metal Manual". Anchor units of work securely
        in place by methods indicated, providing for thermal expansion of mctal units; conceal fasteners where
        possible, and set units true to line and level as indicated. Install work with laps, joints and seams which will
        be permanently watertight weatherproof.

   B.   Bed flanges of work      in a thiok coat of    bituminous roofing cemenl where required         for waterproof

   C.   Install reglets to receive counter flashing in manner and by methods indicated. Where shown in concrete,
        fumish reglets to trades ofconcrete work for installation as work of Division 3 sections.

        1.   lnstall counterflashing in reglets, either by snap-in seal arrangement, or by wedging in placc for
             anchorage and filling reglet with mastic or elastomeric sealant, as indicated and depending on degree of
             sealant exposure.


   A.   Clean exposed metal surfaces, removing substances which might cause corrosion of metal or deterioration

   B.   Protection: Installer shall advisc Contractor of required procedures lor surveillancc and protection of
        flashings and sheet metal work during construction, to ensure that work will be without damage or
        deterioration, other than natural weathering, at time of substantial completion.


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           Extent of metal fascia and soffit is indicated on drawings and provisiors ofthis scction.

      B.   Types ofwork specified in this section include:

           1.   Fascia and soffit panel systems.

      C.   Sheet metal and flashings not part      of fascia and soffit systems included in this section are specified in
           another Division-7 section.


      A.   Insurance Requirements: Provide fascia systems which comply with Factory Mutual requirements for roof
           perimeter flashing in either of the following categories and wind zones.

           l.   Approval by Factory Muhral Research Corporation for use indicated.

      B.   Industry Standards: Provide products which comply with applicable requirements                 of   SMACNA
           "Architectural Sheet Metal Manual". exceot as otherwise indicated.

1.3        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product  Data: Submit manufacturer's technical product data, installation instructions and general
           recommendations for each fascia and soffit product required. Include data substantiating that materials and
           performance comply wrth rcquircmcnts.

      B.   Samoles:

           l.   For initial selection of colors submit manufacturer's color charts consisting of small sections of the
                same metal to be used in the work which havc bccn finished to indicate the full range and quality of
                standard colors ofcolor ranses and of standard textures available.


      A.   Coordinate work of this section with adjoining work for proper sequencing of each installation to ensure
           bcst possible weather resistance and protection of materials ald finishes against damage.


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Aluminum Materials:

           1.   Aluminum Extrusions: Alloy and temper recommended by manufacturer for use intended and as
                required for proper application of finish indicated but not less than the strength and durability
                propertics specified in ASTM B 221 fot 6063-T5.
           2.   Aluminum Sheet: Alloy and temper recommended by manufacturer lbr use intended and as required
                for proper application of finish indicated but with not less than the strength and durability properties
                specified in ASTM B 209 for 5005-H15.

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           3.   Concealed Fasteners: Samc metal as item fastened of other non-comosive metal as recommended by
           4.   Mastic Sealant: Polyisobutylene; non-hardening, nonskinning, nondrying, nonmigrating sealant.
           5.   Foam Rubber Seal: Manufacturer's standard foam.
           6.   Adhesives: Type recommended by manufacturer for substrate and project conditions, and formulated
                to withstand min. 60 psf uplift force.


      A.   Provide fascia and soffits which are designed and fabricated to fit applications indicated and to perform
           optimally with respect to weather resistance, water tightness, durability, strength, and uniform appearance.

      B,   Provide soffit pancls with air vents. See drawing for number and location.

      C.   Expansion Provisions: Fabricate fasciae and soffits to allow controlled expansion in running lengths not
           only for movement of metal components in relationship to one another but also to adjoining dissimilar
           materials, including flashing and roofing membrane materials, in a manner which is sufficient to prevsnt
           water leakage, dcformation or damage.


           Extuded Aluminum Panels: Provide manuflacturer's standard extruded aluminum modular panels in the
           shapes, sizes, and .019 thickncss of alloy 3105, or greatcr. Includc trim, attachment clips and other
           accessories indicated or required for proper installation.

      B.   Formed Aluminum Panels: Provide manufachrrer's standard modular panels formed from aluminum sheet
           not less than shapes and sizes indicated. Include trim. closure strips, and other accessorics indicated or
           required for proper installation. Provide aluminum sheet of the following minimum thickness, unless
           otherwise indicated.

           Fascia Thickness: .024 thickness of alloy 3105, or greater.

      D.   Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, manufacturers offering products which
           may by incorporated in the work include, but are not limited to, the following:

      E.   Manufacfirrer:

           1.   Construction Specialties, Inc.
           2.   Foremost Mfg. Co.
           3.   W.P. Hickman Co.
           4.   Howmet
           5.   Mechant and Evans Industries. Inc.
           6.   MM Systems Corp.
           7.   Rollex

      F. General: Comply with NAAMM                "Metal Finishcs Manual" for               designations and application
           reoommendations, except as otherwise indicated. For components                     are assembled of welded in
           factory, apply finish after fabrication is completed.

           l.   Provide colors    of color   matches as indicated or,    if   not indicated, as selected by Architect from
                manufacturer's standard colors.

      G. Mill   Finish: AA-M10 (unspecified mill finish) standard mill finish provided by manufaoturer.

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      H.   Baked Enamel Finish: AA-Cl2C42R1X (cleaned with inhibited chemicals, conversion coated with acid-
           chromate-fluoride-phosphate treatment, and painted with organic coating spccificd below). Apply bakcd
           enamel finish in strict compliance with paint manufacturcr's specifications for cleaning, conversion coating
           and painting.

           1.   Organic Coating: Manufacturer's standard thermosetting acrylic enamel, 0.8           mil min. dry film



           General: Comply with manufacturer's wdtten installation instructions and recommendations. Coordinate
           with installation ofroofdeck and othcr substrates to receive work of this scct.ion, with vapor rctarders, roof
           insulation, roofing membrane, flashing, and wall construction; as required to ensure that each element ofthe
           work performs properly, and that combined elements are wateqproof and weathertight. Anchor products
           included in this section securely to structual substrates, adequate to with stand lateral and thermal stresses
           as well as inward and outward loading pressures.

      B,   Isolation: Where metal surfaces of units are installed in contact with dissimilar metal or corrosive
           substrates, including wood, apply bituminous coating on concealed metal surfaces, of provide other
           pemanent separation as recommended by aluminum producer.


      A.   Clean exposed metal surfaces in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Touch-up damaged metal

      B.   Protection: Provide protective measures as required to ensure that work of this section will be without
           damage or deterioration at time ofsubstantial completion.


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PART       1   - GENERAL

1.1            DESCRIPTION OF WORK

               The extent ofeach form and     fpc ofjoint   sealer is indicated on drawings and by provisions   ofthis scction.

      B,       The applications for joint sealers as work ofthis section include the following:

               l.   Firestoppingsealants.

               2.   Exteriorjoints in the following vertical surfaces ald nontraffic horizontal surfaccs:

                    a.   Joints between architectural precast concrete units.
                    b.   Control and expansion joints in unit masonry.
                    c.   Joints in dimension stone claclding.
                    d.   Joints between metal panels.

               3.   Exterior j oints in the following horizontal traffic surfaces:

                    a.   Control, expansion, and isolation joints in cast-in-place concrete slabs.

               4.   Interiorjoints in the following vertical surfaces and horizontal nontraffic surfaces:

                    a.   Control and cxpansion joints on exposed interior surfaces ofexterior walls.
                    b.   Perimeter joints of exterior opcnings where indicated.
                    c.   Tile control and expansion joints.
                    d.   Vertioal control joints on exposed surfaces of interior unit masonry and concrete walls and
                    e.   Joints between plumbing fixtures and adjoining walls, floors, and counters.

               5.   Interiorjoints in the following horizontal traffic surfaces:

                    a.   Control expansion joints in cast-in-place concrete slabs.
                    b.   Control and expansionjoints in tile flooring.

      C.       SymbolsfromASTMC920:

               1.   Tlpe S - Pre-packaged single componcnt.
               2-  Type M - Furnished in two or more parts for mixing on jobsite.
               3.  Grade P - Has suffrcient flow to fill horizontal surface joints and remain level at 40 degrees F.
               4.  Grade NS - Can be applied to vertical surface joints without sagging at 40 degrees to 122 degrees F.
               5.  Class 25 - Tested capability to remain adhered without fbilure under repeated expansion and contractor
                   of+ 2syo ofjoint width.
               6. T - Locations subject to pedestrian and vehicular traffic
               7. NT - Designed for non-traffic exposures
               8. M - Use with mortar
               9. G - Use with glass
               10. A - Use with alumimrm
               11. O - Use with various building materials per manufacturers instructions. Verifu product performance

1.2            SUBMITTALS

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            Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical data for each joint sealer product and primer required,
            including instructions for joint preparation and for each application. Submit manufacturcr's color charts
            consisting of strips of cured sealants showing the full rangc of colors available for each product exposed to


            Deliver materials to project site in original unopened containers or bundles with labels informing about
            manufachrer, product name and dcsignation, color, expiration pcriod for usc, pot life, curing time and
            mixing instructions for multicomponent materials.

       B.   Store and handle materials to prevent their deterioration or damage due to moisture, temperature changes,
            contamrnants, or othcr cause.


            Environmental Conditions: Do not proceed with hstallation ofjoint sealers under the following conditions:

            1.   When ambient and substrate tempcrature conditions arc outsidc thc limits pcrmitted by joint sealer

       B.   Joint Width Conditions: Do not proceed with installation of joint sealers when joint widths are less than
            allowed by joint sealer manufacturer for application indicated.

       C.   Joint-Substrate Conditions: Do not proceed with installation      ofjoint   sealants until contaminants capable   of
            interfering with adhesion are removed from joint substrates.



            Compatibility: Provide joint scalers, joint fillers, joint primers and other related materials that are
            compatible with one another and with joint substrates under conditions of service and application, as
            demonstrated by sealant manufacturer on testing and field experience.

       B.   Colors: Provide color of    exposed   joint   sealers indicated or,   if not otherwise   indicated, as selected by
            Architect from manufachrer's standard colors.


            Elastomeric Sealant Standard: Provide manulbcturer's standard chemically curing, elastomeric sealant of
            base polymer indicated which complies with ASTM C 920 requirements, including those for Type, Grade,
            Class, and Uses.

       B.   One-Part Mildcw-Resistant Silicone Sealant INTERIOR APPLICATION ONLY): Tlpe S; Grade NS,
            Class 25; Uses NT, G, A, and, as applicable to nonporous joint subsfates indicatcd, O; formulated with
            fungicide for sealing interior joints with nonporous substrates around ceramic tile, showers, sinks and
            plumbing fixtures, uses NT, M, C, A, and, as applicable to joint substrates indicated, O, subject to
            compliance with project requirements provide one of the following;

            1.   "786 Mildew Resistant"; Dow Coming Corp.
            2.   "Sill Proof'; General Electric Corp.
            3.   "Proglaze White"; Tremco, Inc.
            4.   "Spectrum 2": Tremco. Ino.

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      C,   Multi-Paft Nonsag Urethane Sealant: Type M, Grade NS, Class 25 for             uses NT, M, A, and as applicable to
           joint   substrates indicate,   O.   Subject to compliance with project requirements provide one ofthe following:

           1.   NP2, Sonnebom Building Products Div., Rexnord Chem. Prod., Inc.
           2.   "Vulkem 922"; Mameco Intemational, Inc.
           3.   "Dymeric"; Tremco, Inc.
           4.   "Dymeric 511"; Tremco, Inc.

      D.   Two-Part Nonsag Urethane Sealant for Use T: Type M; Grade NS; Class 25; Uses T, M, A, and, as
           applicable to joint substrates indicated, O. Subject to compliance with project requirements provide sealant
           equal to the following:

           2.      "Dynatred"; Pecora Corp
           3.      "Vulkem 227"; Mameco Intemational, Inc.

           One-Part Nonsag Urethane Sealant: Tlpe S; Grade NS; Class 25; Uses NT, M, A, and, as applicable to
               substrates indicated, O. Subject to compliance with project requirements provide on ofthe following:

           1.      "Chem-Calk 500"; Bostick, Inc
           2.      "Vulkem 116"; Mameco Intemational, Inc
           3.      "Dynatrol I"; Pecora Corp
           4.      "Sikaflex 1A"; Sika Corp
           5.      "Sonolastic NP 1"; Sonnebom Building Products Div., Rexnord Chem Prod., Inc
           6.      "Dymonic"; Tremco, Inc
           7.      "Vulkem 921"; Mameco International, Inc.

      F.   One Part Self-Leveling Urethane Sealants: Type S; Grade P; Class 25; Uses T, NT, M, G, A, and                    as
           applicable to joint substrates indicated, O. Subject to compliance with project requirements, provide one        of
           the follou'ing:

           1.      "Vulkem 45"; Mamcco International, Inc
           2.      "SLI"; Sonneborn Building Products Div., Rcxnord Chem. Prod., Inc
           3.      "THC-900". Tremco, Inc.


           Acrylic-Emulsion Sealant: Manufachrer's standard, one part nonsag, acrylic, mildew-resistant, acrylic-
           emulsion seaizLnt complying with ASTM C 834, formulated to be paintable and recommended for exposed
           applications on interior involving joint movement of not more than +7 .5To. Subject to compliance with
           project requirements, providc one of the following:

           1.      "Ac-20"; Pecora Corp
           2.      "Sonolac"; Sonnebom Building Products Div.; Rexnord Chemical Prod., Inc
           3.      "Tremflex 834": Tremco. Inc.


           General: Provide sealant backings of material and type which are non-staining; are compatible with joint
           substrates, sealants, primers and other joint frllers; and are approved for applications indicated by sealant
           manufacturer based on field experience and laboratory tcsting.

      B.   Plastic Foam Joint-Fillers: Preformed compressible, resilient, non-waxing, non-extruding strips of plastic
           foam of matcrial indicated below, zurd of size, shape and density to control sealant depth and otherwise
           contribute to producing optimum sealant performance.

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               1.   Non-gassing, closed-cell polyethylene foam, unless otherwise indicated, subj ect to approval of sealant

          t    Elastomeric Tubing Joint-Fillers: Neoprene, butyl or EPDM or silicone tubing compllng with ASTM D
               1056, non-absorbent to water and gas, capable of remaining resilient at temperatures down to -26 degrees F
               (-15 degrees C). Providc products with low compression set and ofsize and shape to provide a secondary
               seal, to control sealant depth and otherwisc contribute to optimum sealant performancc.

          D.   Bond-Breaker Tape: Polyethylene tape or other plastic tape as recommended by sealant manufacturer for
               preventing bond between sealant and joint filler or other materials at back (3rd) surface ofjoint. Provide
               self-adhesivc tape where applicable.


               Surface Cleaning of     Joints: Clean out joints immediately before installing joint      sealants to compiy with
               joint   sealant manufacturer's written instrustions and the following requirements:

               l.      Remove al1 foreign material from joint substrates that could interfere with adhesion ofjoint sealant,
                       including dust, paints (except for permanent, protective coatings tested and approved for sealant
                       adhesion and compatibility by sealant manufachrrer), old joint sealants, oil, grease, waterproofing,
                       water repellents, watcr, surface dirt, and frost.
               2.      Clean porous joint substrate surfaces by brushing, grinding, blast cleaning, mechanical abrading, or a
                       combination of these methods to produce a c1ean, sound substrate capable ofdeveloping optimum bond
                       with joint sealants. Remove loose particles remaining from above the cleaning operations by
                       vacuuming or blowing out joints with oil-fiee compressed air. Porous joint surfaces include the
               5.      Clean nonporous surfaces with chemical cleaners or other means that do not stain, harm substrates, or
                       leave residues capable of interfering with adhesion ofjoint sealants.

          B.   Joint Priming: Prirne joint substrates where recommended in writing by joint sealant manufacturer, based
               on preconstruction joinfsealantsubstrate tests or prior experiencc. Apply primer to comply with joint
               sealant manufactwer's written insfuctions. Confine primers to aleas of joint-sealant bond; do not allow
               spillage or migration onto adjoining surfaces.

          C.   Masking Tape: Use masking tape where requircd to prevcnt contact of scalant with adjoining surfaces that
               otherwise would be permanently stained or damaged by such contact or by cleaning methods required to
               remove sealant smears. Remove tape immediately after tooling without disturbing joint sea1.

          D.   Accessory materials for Fire-Stopping Sealants: Provide forming, joint-fillers, packing and othcr acccssory
               materials required for installation of fire-stopping sealants as applicable to installation conditions indicated.


J.   _l        INSPECTION

          A.   Require Installer to inspect joints indicated to receive joint sealers for compliance with requirements for
               joint configuration, installation tolerances and other conditions affecting joint sealer performance. Obtain
                Installer's written report listing any conditions detrimental to performance ofjoint sealcr work. Do not allow
               joint sealer work to proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.


          A.   Surface Cleaning of Joints: Clean out joints immediately before installing        joint   sealers   to comply with
               recommendations ofjoint sealer manufacturer and the following requirements:

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           1.   Joint Priming: Prime joint substrates where indicated or where recommended by joint sealer
                manufacturcr based on preconstruction joint sealer-substrate tests or prior experience. Apply primcr to
                comply with joint sealcr manufacturer's recommendations. Confine primers to areas of joint sealer
                bond, do not allow spillage or migration onto adjoining surfaces.

           2.   Masking Tape: Use masking tape where required to prevent contact of sealant with adjoining surfaces
                which otherwise would be permanently stained or damaged by such contact or by cleaning methods
                required to rcmove sealant smears. Remove tape immediately after tooling without disturbing joint


           General: Comply with joint sealer manufacturer's printed installation instructions applicable to products
           and applications indicatcd, cxcept where more stringent requirements apply.

      B,   Elastomeric Sealant lnstallation Standard: Comply with recommendations of ASTM C 962 for use             ofjoint
           sealants as applicable to materials, applications and conditions indicated.

      C.   Latex Sealant Installation Standard: Comply with requirements ofASTM C 790 for use oflatex scalants.

      D.   Installation of Sealant Backings: Install sealant backings to comply with the following requirements:

           1.   Install joint-fillcrs of type indicated to provide support of sealants during application and at position
                required to produce the cross-sectional shapcs and depths of installed sealants relative to joint v/idths
                which allow optimum sealant movement capability.

                a.      Do not lcave gaps between ends ofjoint-fillers.
                b.      Do not stretch, t\Mist, puncturc or tear joint-fillen.
                c.      Remove absorbent joint-fillers which have become wet prior to sealant application and replace
                        with dry material.

           2.   Install bond breaker tapc between sealants and joint-fillers, compression seals or back ofjoints where
                required to prevent third-side adhesion of sealant to back ofjoint.
                Install compressible seals serving as sealant backings to comply with requirements indicated above for

      E.   Installation of Sealants: Install sealants by provcn tcchniques that result in sealants directly contacting and
           fully wetting joint substrates, completely filling recesses provided for each joint configuration and
           providing uniform, cross-sectional shapes and depths relative to joint widths which allow optimum sealant
           movement capability.

      F.   Installation of Preformed Foam Sealants: Install cach length of sealant immediately after removing
           protective wrapping, taking care not to pull or stretch material, and complying with sealant manufacturer's
           directions for installation methods, materials and tools which produce seal continuity at ends, tums, and
           intersections ofjoints. For applications at low ambient temperatures where expansion of sealant requires
           acceleration     to   produce seal, apply heat   to   sealant   in   conformancc   with sealant   manufacturer's


      A.   Protect joint sealers during and after curing period from contact with contaminating substances or from
           damage resulting from construction operations or other causes so that they are without deterioration or
           damage at time of substantial completion. Il despite such protection, damage or deterioration occurs, cut
           out and removc damaged or deteriorated joint sealers immediately and reseal joints with new materials to
           produce joint sealer installations with repaired areas indistinguishable from original work.

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   B.   Clcan  off excess sealants or sealant smears adj acent to joints as work progresses by methods and with
        cleaning materials approved by manufacturers ofjoint sealers and ofproducts in whichjoints occur.


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