Specification - HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE CHILLER REPLACEMENT Issued

					  HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE
    CHILLER REPLACEMENT
        150 Delhi Street, Guelph, ON

  Issued for General Trades Tender
            December 21, 2010




09031
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                               Section 00010
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
Project No. 09031                                                                     Page 1

                    DOCUMENT 0 - INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION
                BIDDING REQUIREMENTS, CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS

Document    Title                                                           Pages

00010       Table of Contents                                               2
00100       Instructions to Bidders                                         6
00300       Bid Form                                                        5
00700       General Conditions:
            “Agreement Between Owner and Contractor”,
            “Definitions”, and “General Conditions of the
            Stipulated Price Contract”, Standard Contract                   Not
            Document CCDC2 - 2008.                                          Included
00800       Supplementary Conditions                                        17
            - Contract Services Policy                                      1
            - Contract Services Procedures                                  2
            - Appendix 1 - Contractor’s Health and Safety Obligations       1
            - Full Construction Safety Checklist                            4

                    DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Section     Title                                                           Pages

01000       General Requirements                                            31

                    DIVISION 2 - SITE CONSTRUCTION

Section     Title                                                           Pages

02050       Demolition and Removals                                         7

                    DIVISION 3 - CONCRETE

Section     Title                                                           Pages

03301       Concrete Work                                                   5

                    DIVISION 5 - METALS

Section     Title                                                           Pages

05500       Miscellaneous and Metal Fabrications                            7

                    DIVISION 6 - WOOD AND PLASTICS

Section     Title                                                           Pages

06100       Rough Carpentry                                                 5
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                  DIVISION 7 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION

Section   Title                                                    Pages

07400     Metal Siding                                             7
07540     PVC Roofing                                              15
07620     Flashing and Sheet Metal                                 3
07850     Firestopping and Smoke Seals                             4
07900     Sealants                                                 4

                  DIVISION 8 - DOORS AND WINDOWS

Section   Title                                                    Pages

08100     Metal Doors and Frames                                   5
08700     Finish Hardware                                          4

                  DIVISION 9 - FINISHES

Section   Title                                                    Pages

09677     Waterproof Flooring                                      4
09900     Painting                                                 8

                  DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES

Section   Title                                                    Pages

10200     Louvres                                                  3


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Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                             Document 00100
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                     INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
Project No. 09031                                                                    Page 1

1           GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1.1         Persons and firms submitting Bids shall be engaged in the type of Work required by
            the Contract Documents.

1.2         No facilities of the Owner or Consultant, such as telephones, facsimile (fax)
            machines, computers, desks or rooms, may be used by Bidders in the preparation of
            their Bids.

1.3         No cellular phones, computers, portable facsimile machines or other such devices
            are permitted in the Owner's or Consultant’s offices during Bid preparation.

2           BID SUBMITTAL

2.1         Submit 2 copies of the Bid on the Bid Form provided, in a sealed opaque envelope,
            addressed and delivered on or before:

            2:00 p.m. Local Time, Tuesday, January 11, 2011.

            Address envelope as follows:

            PROJECT No: ________________
            CHILLER PROJECT - GENERAL TRADES
            Homewood Health Centre
            150 Delhi Street
            Guelph, ON N1E 6K9

            Att:   Nick Parniak
                   Manager, Materials Management
                   Manor Basement, Room 053.

2.2         Bidders are solely responsible for the delivery and submission of their Bid in the
            manner and within the time prescribed. Oral, telephone, e-mail, or facsimile
            proposals or modifications will not be considered.

2.3         Bids submitted after the time specified above will be rejected.

2.4         The completed Bid Form shall be without alterations or erasures. Fill in all blank
            spaces on the Bid Form. Amounts shall be in words as well as figures. Bid forms not
            completed in full, may be rejected at the discretion of the Owner. Enclose or attach
            documents required to be submitted with Bid.

2.5         Bids shall be signed and sealed by the Bidder. Signatures shall be longhand and
            executed by the principal duly authorized to bind the company into a Contract.

2.6         Amendments to a submitted Bid will be permitted if received in writing prior to Bid
            closing and also endorsed by the same party or parties who signed the original Bid.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS                                        Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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3         QUERIES - ADDENDA

3.1       Bidders finding discrepancies or ambiguities in, or omissions from the Drawings,
          Specifications or other Bidding and Contract Requirements, or having doubt as to the
          meaning and intent of any part thereof shall contact the Owner for clarification not
          less than 3 working days before the Bid closing date.

3.2       Direct questions to:

          Mr. Paul Morris
          Homewood Health Centre
          Email: MorrPaul@homewood.org

3.3       Questions will be accepted only from invited bidders. Subcontractors or suppliers
          shall obtain interpretations and clarifications from Contractors to whom they are
          Bidding.

3.4       Any interpretation of, or change in Bid Documents prior to Bid closing date will be
          made only by written addendum issued by the Consultant to each Bidder to whom
          Bid Documents have been issued.

3.5       Information contained in Addenda supersedes and amends the Bidding and Contract
          Documents. Bidders shall include and allow for Addenda accordingly. Bidders shall
          state in the space provided on the Bid Form, the numbers of all Addenda received
          and included for by them in the preparation of the Bid. If no Addenda have been
          received, insert the word "None".

3.6       No other interpretation or explanations shall be valid.

4         EXAMINATION

4.1       Prior to submitting Bid, examine the site and ascertain conditions affecting the Work.
          Determine nature and location of items and services which may have to be
          protected, removed, or relocated.

4.2       Prior approval is required to visit the property.

4.3       Examine Specifications, Drawings, and other Bid Documents, Contract
          Requirements and information available to Bidders. Report to Consultant, all
          ambiguities, discrepancies, omissions, errors, departure from building by-laws or
          from good practice, apparent during examination.

5         PREBID MEETING/SITE TOUR

5.1       A mandatory Prebid Meeting/Site Tour will be held for the benefit of Bidders to
          familiarize themselves with the site and to answer questions regarding the Bid
          Documents. Non-attendance will result in disqualification from Bidding process. List
          of bidders will be issued via Addendum following site tour.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                       INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
Project No. 09031                                                                      Page 3

5.2         The Prebid Meeting/Site Tour will be held at 10:00 am local time on Thursday,
            December 23, 2010 at Homewood Health Centre, 150 Delhi Street, Guelph, On.

5.3         Prebid Meeting/Site tour is mandatory for all Bidders.

5.4         Purpose of the Prebid Meeting/Site Tour is to answer questions regarding the nature
            of the Work or the Bid and Contract Documents; such questions shall be submitted
            to the Consultant and, where necessary, written clarification and/or additional
            information will be issued in the form of Addenda to all Bidders who have obtained
            Bid Documents.

6           BID DOCUMENTS AVAILABILITY

6.1         Bid Documents will only be issued to invited bidders. Each Bidder will receive
            access to electronic Drawings and Specifications. Bidders may print at their own
            expense additional reproductions from such Drawings and Specifications for Bidding
            purposes. CD’s will be distributed at the site tour.

6.2         Upon receipt of Bid Documents, each Bidder shall verify that they are complete.
            Notify Consultant should Bid Documents be incomplete. Immediately notify
            Consultant upon finding discrepancies or omissions in Bid Documents.

6.3         Drawings and Specifications are the property of the Owner and shall be returned in
            good condition to the Owner no more than 7 calendar days after Notice of Award of
            Contract, rejection of all Bids, or after expiry of Bids.

6.4         The following Contractors have been prequalified for this Project:

      .1    CONTRACTORS
            .1   Fire Alarm - National and Marine Fire Services Inc.
            .2   Fire Protection - Spira Fire Protection Ltd.
            .3   Controls - EG Energy Controls Ltd.

7           BONDS AND INSURANCE

7.1         Bids shall be accompanied with a Bid Bond and a letter or 'Agreement to Bond' Form
            from a Surety Company doing business in Canada and located in the place of the
            Work stating that the Surety Company will provide a Performance Bond for 50
            percent of the Contract price and a Labour and Material Payment Bond for 50
            percent of the Contract price for the successful bidder.

7.2         The Bid Bond shall be in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Bid Price.

7.3         Endorse the Bid Bond in the name of the Owner as Obligee, signed and sealed by
            the principal and surety.

7.4         Bid Bonds and Agreements to Bond shall be valid for 60 calendar days after time
            and date set for Bid closing.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS                                     Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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7.5        Bonds of unsuccessful Bidders will be returned upon award of the Contract.

7.6        Failure of the successful Bidder to provide the Owner with the specified insurance
           policies and Bonds within 14 calendar days of the award date will cause the Bid to
           be declared invalid at Owner's sole discretion.

7.7        Except where specified otherwise, all premiums shall be paid by the Bidder.

7.8        Refer to the Bid Form and to the Canadian Standard Construction Document
           CCDC2-2008, as amended.

8          ALTERNATIVES

8.1        Submit Bid pricing for work specified in the Contract Documents. Alternative(s) may
           be proposed by the bidder as follows:

      .1   During the Bid period, submit proposals for alternative(s) at least 7 calendar days
           prior to Bid closing to allow for analysis and the issuance of an Addendum, should
           they be acceptable.

      .2   When an Addendum has not been issued, proposed alternative(s) are to be shown
           separately from the Bid Form, either as a appendix or in an accompanying letter so
           that the Bid may be accepted with or without the aforesaid alternative(s) or with
           preservation by the Owner of the right to accept all or any of them for a specified
           time after executing a Contract.

      .3   Submit each proposed alternative on corporate letterhead with sufficient information
           to enable Consultant to determine acceptability of alternative including as a minimum
           the following information:
           .1       Alternative is referenced to a specified Product, equipment, or system
           .2       Alternative is completely specified.
           .3       Reason for proposing the alternative.
           .4       Dollar amount of additions to or reductions from Bid Price, including cost of
                    required revision to other Work.
           .5       Differences between specified Product and proposed alternative are defined.
           .6       Required revisions to Work to accommodate proposed alternative.
           .7       Impact on schedule
           .8       Trades affected
           .9       Proposed alternatives shall be signed, dated and sealed in the same name
                    as the person who has signed and sealed the Bid Form.

8.2        The Owner will not necessarily accept alternatives proposed by the bidder.

8.3        Base Bid price must be based on specified Products, equipment or systems. Bids
           will be rejected if alternatives are included in the Bid price.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                       INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
Project No. 09031                                                                      Page 5

8.4         The Contractor shall accept full responsibility that a proposed alternative will not
            exceed dimensional requirements as indicated on the Drawings, that it is compatible
            in all ways with other specified work, that coordination and cost of installation is
            included in his price for the proposed alternative and that the Contractor will be
            responsible for additional engineering/design requirements.

9           SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

9.1         The Bidder shall furnish evidence, satisfactory to the Owner, of its ability to complete
            the Work in accordance with the Bid Documents.

9.2         With its Bid, the Bidder shall submit:

       .1   The executed Bid Bond.

       .2   The executed Agreement To Bond.

       .3   All Appendices.
            .1     The executed Homewood Health Center Policy Document No. 2-400.
            .2     The executed Homewood Health Center Procedures Document No. 2-405.
            .3     The executed Homewood Health Center Full Construction Safety Checklist.

       .4   Bar Chart Schedule showing how the Bidder proposes to meet the specified
            completion dates. The schedule shall indicate the start and finish dates for each
            phase and category of the Work.

       .5   Organization chart illustrating senior office and field staff to be assigned to this
            Contract. Identify names, titles and responsibilities.

       .6   Complete list of Subcontractors and suppliers of all major equipment, materials, and
            systems intended for use on the Contract.

       .7   Completed schedule of Labour Rates.

       .8   Completed schedule of equipment to be used for the Work and charge rate including
            operator.

10          OPENING AND ACCEPTANCE OF BIDS

10.1        The Owner reserves the right to open the sealed Bids privately.

       .1   The submission of Bids does not obligate the Owner to accept any Bid or to proceed
            further with the Project. The Owner may, in its sole discretion, elect not to proceed
            with the Project in whole or in part and may elect not to accept any or all bids for any
            reason or to cancel the Project without any obligation whatsoever to Bidders.

10.2        The Owner reserves the right to make an award on an overall basis, including
            consideration of alternative proposals and proposed substitutions which may be
            offered in writing with the Bid, without explanation.
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10.3      The Owner will issue the successful Bidder a written Bid Acceptance.

10.4      Once submitted a Bid may be withdrawn or changed only before time of closing.
          Submitted Bids shall be irrevocable for 60 or 90 calendar days after time and date
          set for Bid closing.

10.5      It shall be noted that prior to award of the Contract a meeting may be held to review
          the Bid and the Contractor’s understanding of the scope of work, the terms and
          conditions which will apply and the requirements of the schedule.

10.6      The Successful Contractor shall sign a formal Contract with the Owner based on the
          Stipulated Price Contract specified herein.

11        BID INELIGIBILITY

11.1      A Bid which is unsigned, improperly completed, signed or sealed, conditional,
          illegible, obscure, contain arithmetical errors, erasures, alterations or irregularities of
          any kind may not be considered, at the discretion of the Owner.

11.2      Bids from unsolicited Bidders will be returned unopened.

11.3      Bids shall be for a Stipulated Lump Sum without escalation clauses. Bids containing
          escalation clauses will not be considered.

12        LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS

12.1      Bids may not be considered unless the names of all Subcontractors as listed in the
          Bid Form have been identified.

12.2      If the Contractor employs more than one Subcontractor to carry out the work of a
          Section, the names of all Subcontractors shall be indicated opposite the title of the
          Section.

13        TAXES

13.1      Refer to Bid Form and General Conditions of the Contract, as amended by
          Supplementary Conditions regarding inclusion of taxes.

13.2      The Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) is not to be considered an applicable tax for the
          purpose of this Contract. Bidders shall therefore not include any amount in their Bid
          prices for the HST. The successful Contractor shall bill the Owner, upon each
          progress payment certification, the appropriate amount of HST the Owner is legally
          obliged to pay. This amount will be paid to the Contractor in addition to the amount
          certified for payment under the Contract and will therefore not affect the Contract
          Price.


                                    END OF DOCUMENT
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                                  Document 00300
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                         BID FORM
Project No. 09031                                                                         Page 1


1         NAME OF BIDDER:

          BID FOR:              PROJECT No: ________________
                                CHILLER PROJECT - GENERAL TRADES

          TO:                   Homewood Health Centre
                                150 Delhi Street
                                Guelph, ON N1E 6K9

          ATT:                  Nick Parniak
                                Manager, Materials Management
                                Manor Basement, Room 053.

2         BID PRICE

2.1       The undersigned (hereinafter referred to as “Contractor”) declares that they have
          carefully examined the Bid Documents and do hereby accept the same as part and
          parcel of the Contract and propose to provide all labour, supervision, materials,
          products, equipment and all other services for the proper completion of the Work of the
          referenced Contract, in accordance with Conditions, Drawings and Specifications
          included with the Bid Documents, for the Stipulated Contract Price (hereinafter referred
          to as “Bid Price”) of:

                                                                             Dollars

          ($                         ) in Canadian funds which includes all prime costs,
          allowances, freight, duties and government excise or sales taxes in force on this date,
          except the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) and as otherwise provided in the Bidding
          Documents.

2.2       The Contractor agrees that this Bid is open to acceptance for a period of sixty (60)
          calendar days from the Bid closing date.

2.3       The above stated Bid price includes fully for all increases, for whatever cause, in cost or
          price of labour, materials, products, equipment, or consumables. Escalation shall not
          apply for the duration of the Contract.

2.4       No allowances or extra consideration on behalf of the Contractor will be allowed by the
          Owner by reason of additional costs, damages or other difficulties incurred by the
          Contractor for failure to have fully investigated and determined conditions affecting the
          Work.
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3        SCHEDULE

3.1      The Contractor agrees that “time is of the essence” in the Contract and has examined
         the Drawings and Specifications and the site of the proposed Work and has satisfied
         themselves as to their ability and the ability of the Subcontractors and suppliers that
         they will execute and perform the Work in accordance with the Bid Documents on or
         before the dates specified in Section 01000 of Division 1.

3.2      It is understood and agreed that the Bid Price stated herein includes all costs on
         account of premium time or overtime work required in order to meet the completion
         date, whether or not such work is done by the Contractor’s own forces or by their
         Subcontractors.

4        DOCUMENTS AND ADDENDA

4.1      The Contractor submits that they have thoroughly reviewed the Instructions to Bidders,
         Bid Form, Conditions of the Contract, Specifications, Drawings, and the following
         Addenda and hereby accepts and agrees to all provisions and conditions stated therein
         and has included fully for all requirements in the Bid Price:

         Addendum No.                             Dated

         Addendum No.                             Dated

         Addendum No.                             Dated

         Addendum No.                             Dated

         Note: If no addenda have been received write in “NONE”

5        SITE EXAMINATION

5.1      Contractor warrants that:
         .1   the Contractor has visited and assessed the site prior to submitting a bid, and;
         .2   that the Contractor and the Subcontractors named by the Contractor are familiar
              with all matters discussed at any bidder's site meeting, and the Contractor and the
              subcontractors named by the Contractor are familiar with all visible, known or
              reasonably inferable site conditions.

5.2      No claims for extra payment will be allowed for extra work made necessary or
         difficulties encountered due to conditions of the site which were visible upon or
         reasonably inferable from an examination of the site, and the Contract Documents prior
         to the closing of the bids. Execution of the form of Contract shall be deemed a waiver
         of all claims for extra payment due to any visible or reasonably inferable condition of the
         site existing prior to the closing of bids.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                            BID FORM
Project No. 09031                                                                            Page 3

6           SEPARATE PRICES

6.1         The following are our prices for the items listed hereunder. The Owner may choose any
            or all prices stated, add to or deduct from the work described, and adjust the Bid Price
            by the stated amount.

6.2         The following work items and amounts are not included in our Bid Price:

      .1    Supply and installation of new cooling tower steel framing
            as shown on Drawing S2.1 by Read Jones Christoffersen:               $              (ADD)

7           LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS

7.1         The following are Subcontractors and suppliers we propose to use for the items of Work
            listed hereunder and upon which the Bid is based.

7.2         The list is subject to the approval of the Owner and no changes from this list will be
            allowed without the Owners written permission.

            Section of Work                                          Name

      .1    03301 - Concrete Work:

      .2    05500 - Metal Fabrications:

      .3    06100 - Rough Carpentry:

      .4    07200 - Thermal Insulation:

      .5    07400 - Metal Siding:

      .6    07540 - PVC Roofing:

      .7    07620 - Flashing and Sheet Metal:

      .8    07850 - Firestopping and Smoke Seals:

      .9    07900 - Sealants:

      .10   08100 - Metal Doors and Frames:

      .11   09900 - Painting:

      .12   10200 - Louvres:

      Note: If work is performed by Bidder, write in “Own Forces’.
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BID FORM                                                         Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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8          EXECUTE CONTRACT

8.1        The Contractor agrees that if this Bid is acceptable to the Owner, they will:

      .1   Accept a Letter of Award or Purchase Order as authority to commence work before
           executing a formal Contract.

      .2   If required by Owner, execute a formal Contract with the Owner in accordance with the
           conditions of the Bid Documents.

      .3   Furnish within seven (7) calendar days, certified copies of insurance policies as
           required by the Bid and Contract Documents.

      .4   Furnish within seven (7) calendar days, a Certificate of Clearance from the Workplace
           Safety and Insurance Board Workers’ Compensation Board.

      .5   Submit two weeks prior to the first application for payment, a cash flow schedule by
           month for the duration of the Contract, based on net payments.

9          ADDRESS, LEGAL STATUS, AND SIGNATURE OF BIDDER

9.1        The Contractor does hereby designate the address, given below as the legal address to
           which all notices, directions or other communication may be served or mailed:

           Street

           City                                      Province

           Postal Code                       Tel.                   Fax

9.2        Contact for questions relating to this Bid:

           Name                                             Title

9.3        The undersigned does hereby declare that the Bidder has legal status in the Province
           of Ontario.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                  BID FORM
Project No. 09031                                                                  Page 5

9.4       This Bid is submitted under the seal in the name:


               (Company Name - Typed)


                                                         Seal

          By
                      (Signature)


          Name                                           Title
                      (Typed)

          Signed and sealed this              Day of             , 2011.


                                    END OF DOCUMENT
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                             Document 00800
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                    SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS
Project No. 09031                                                                    Page 1

The Standard Construction Document for Stipulated Price Contract, 2008, consisting of the
Agreement Between Owner and Contractor, Definitions, and General Conditions of the Stipulated
Price Contract, governing same is hereby made part of these Contract Documents, with the
following amendments, additions and modifications:

1             AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR

1.1           Article A-6, Receipt and Addresses for Notices in Writing:

       .1     Delete Article 6.1 in its entirety and replace with the following:
              “Notices in Writing between the parties or between them and the Consultant shall be
              considered to have been received by the addressee on the date of receipt if
              delivered by hand or by commercial courier or if sent during normal business hours
              by fax and addressed as set out below. Such Notices in Writing will be deemed to be
              received by the addressee on the next business day if sent by fax after normal
              business hours or if sent by overnight commercial courier. Such Notices in Writing
              will be deemed to be received by the addressee on the fifth Working Day following
              the date of mailing, if sent by pre-paid registered post, when addressed as set out
              below. An address for a party may be changed by Notice in Writing to the other party
              setting out the new address in accordance with this Article.”

2             DEFINITIONS

2.1           Definition 1, Change Directive:

       .1     Delete the words “within the general scope of the Contract Documents” from the
              second line.

2.2           Definition 4, Consultant:

       .1     Delete in its entirety and replace with the following:
              “The Consultant: is the person or entity identified as such in the Agreement. The
              Consultant is the Architect, the Engineer, or entity licensed to practise in the province
              or territory of the Place of the Work. The Consultant is the duly authorized
              representative, designated from time to time by the Owner, to exercise such power,
              authority or discretion as is required under the Contract. The words “Engineer”,
              “Architect”, or “Consultant” wherever used in the documents shall be regarded as
              synonymous.”

2.3           Definition 9, Contractor:

       .1     Add the sentence “For the purpose of this contract, the words “Contractor” or
              “General Contractor” shall be regarded as synonymous” at the end of the definition.

2.4           Definition 13, Place of the Work:

       .1     Delete in its entirety and replace with the following:
              “Place of the Work or Site: is the designated site or location of the Work identified in
              the Contract Documents.”
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SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS                                      Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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2.5         Definition 16, Provide:

       .1   Add the words “or supply, install and connect as applicable, complete and in place
            including accessories, finishes, tests, and services required to render item so
            specified complete and ready for use.” to the end of the first line.

2.6         Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 27, Authorities Having Jurisdiction:
            The phrase “authorities having jurisdiction” or the term “authorities” shall mean those
            having jurisdiction under law over the Work or parts thereof.”

2.7         Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 28, Commission:
            Shall mean the procedure which includes checking, testing, adjusting and measuring
            performed by the Contractor to demonstrate and verify the installation, operation and
            performance of all components and the entire system.”

2.8         Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 29, Contract Completion:
            Shall mean when the entire Work, except those items arising from the provisions of
            GC 12.3 - Warranty has been performed to the requirements of the Contract
            Documents and is so certified by the Consultant.”

2.9         Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 30, Contract Schedule:
            Shall mean the schedule indicating the timing of major activities of the Work
            submitted by the Contractor and approved in writing by the Owner.”

2.10        Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 31, Install:
            Shall mean placement of materials, equipment, or components, including receiving,
            unloading, transporting, storage, uncrating and installing, and performance of such
            testing and finish work as is compatible with degree of installation specified.”

2.11        Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 32, Notice of Award:
            Shall mean the written notification by the Owner accepting the Bid of a Bidder for the
            Work.”
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                   SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS
Project No. 09031                                                                   Page 3

2.12        Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 33, Other Contractor:
            Shall mean the individual, firm, partnership or corporation having a separate contract
            with the Owner for work other than that required by the Contract Documents.”

2.13        Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 34, Submittals:
            “Submittals are documents or items required by the Contract Documents to be
            provided by the Contractor, such as:
               - Shop Drawings, samples, models, mock-ups to indicate details or
               characteristics, before the portion of the Work that they represent can be
               incorporated into the Work; and
               - As-built drawings and manuals to provide instructions to the operation and
               maintenance of the work.”

2.14        Add the following new definition:

       .1   “Definition 35, Supply or Furnish:
            Shall mean fabrication or procurement of materials, equipment, or components, or
            performance of services to the extent specified and shown. Where used with
            respect to materials, equipment, or components, the term includes crating and
            delivery to the Place of Work but is not intended to include installation of item, either
            temporary or final.”

3           GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE STIPULATED PRICE CONTRACT

3.1         GC 1.1,    Contract Documents:

       .1   Add the following to the end of Sentence 1.1.2.2: “Except where the Consultant shall
            be indemnified as a third party beneficiary as provided in subparagraphs 9.2.7.4,
            9.5.3.4 and in 12.1.3.”

       .2   Add the following new Sentence 1.1.7.5:
            “In case of discrepancies, noted materials and annotations shall take precedence
            over graphic indications in the Contract Documents.”

       .3   Clause 1.1.8: Replace “Sufficient” with “Six” in the Clause.

       .4   Add the following new Clause 1.1.11:
            “One set of signed and sealed Contract Documents shall be retained by each the
            Owner and the Contractor.”

3.2         GC 1.4,    Assignment:

       .1   Clause 1.4.1: Delete in its entirety and replace with the following “The Contractor
            shall not assign or transfer their interest in the Contract or any portion thereof,
            directly or indirectly, without the prior written consent of the Consultant and Owner.”.
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3.3        GC 2.2,    Role of the Consultant

      .1   Delete Clause 2.2.4 in its entirety and renumber remaining clauses.

      .2   Clause 2.2.5:
           .1     Add the word “schedules” after the word “techniques” in the second line.
           .2     Add “or to adhere to the construction schedule.” at the end of the second
                  sentence.

      .3   Clause 2.2.8: Add the following new sentence: “The Owner and the Contractor shall
           waive any claims against the Consultant arising out of the making of such
           interpretations and findings in accordance with paragraphs 2.2.7., 2.2.8. and 2.2.9.”
           after the first sentence.

      .4   Clause 2.2.9: Add the following new sentence to the end of the Clause: “The Owner
           and the Contractor shall waive any claims against the Consultant arising out of the
           making of such interpretations and findings in accordance with paragraphs 2.2.7.,
           2.2.8. and 2.2.9.” after the second sentence.

      .5   Clause 2.2.10: Add the following new sentence: “The Consultant’s obligation to make
           findings on a large claim or large number of claims is subject to the terms and
           conditions of the Owner/Consultant agreement.” after the first sentence.

      .6   Clause 2.2.14: Delete the comma after the word “submittals” and add the words
           “which are provided” before the words “in accordance” in the first line.

3.4        GC 2.3,    Review and Inspection of the Work

      .1   Clause 2.3.4: Delete the word “special” in the first and second lines.

3.5        GC 2.4,    Defective Work:

      .1   Clause 2.4.1: Add the words “,at their own expense,” after “The Contractor Shall” in
           the first line.

      .2   Clause 2.4.1: Add the words “to the satisfaction of the Consultant’ after ‘defective
           work” in the first line.

      .3   Add new Paragraph 2.4.1.1 as follows: “The Contractor shall rectify, in a manner
           acceptable to the Owner and the Consultant, all defective work and deficiencies
           throughout the Work, whether or not they are specifically identified by the
           Consultant.”

      .4   Add new Paragraph 2.4.1.2 as follows: “The Contractor shall prioritize the correction
           of any defective work which, in the sole discretion of the Owner, adversely affects
           the day to day operation of the Owner.”
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3.6         GC 3.1,    Control of the Work:

      .1    Clause 3.1.2: Add the word “schedules” after the word “techniques” in the first line.

      .2    Add the following new Clause 3.1.3:

            .1     “Prior to commencing individual procurement, fabrication and construction
                   activities, the Contractor shall verify, at the Place of the Work, all relevant
                   measurements and levels necessary for proper and complete fabrication,
                   assembly and installation of the Work and shall further carefully compare
                   such field measurements and conditions with the requirements of the
                   Contract Documents. Where dimensions are not included or contradictions
                   exist, or exact locations are not apparent, the Contractor shall immediately
                   notify the Consultant in writing and obtain written instructions from the
                   Consultant before proceeding with any part of the affected work.”

3.7         GC 3.2,    Construction by Owner or Other Contractors:

      .1    Clause 3.2.2:

            .1     Paragraph 3.2.2.2: Delete in its entirety.

      .2    Clause 3.2.3:

            .1     Add the following new paragraph 3.2.3.2 and renumber the remaining
                   paragraphs: “Co-ordinate and schedule the Work with the work of Other
                   Contractors and Owner’s own forces and connect as specified or shown in
                   the Contract Documents.”

            .2     Add the following new paragraph 3.2.3.5: “Assume responsibility for the
                   applicable health & construction safety aspects of the Project for its
                   subcontractors and their forces, as well as for any contractors engaged by
                   the Owner and their subcontractors and their respective forces, while the
                   Contractor is on site. The Owner will ensure that all of the contracts with the
                   other forces incorporates a clause whereupon that party is bound by the
                   health & safety requirements of both the Contractor and the OHSA.”

      .3    Clause 3.2.4: Delete in its entirety and renumber remaining Clauses.

3.8         GC 3.4,    Document Review:

      .1    Clause 3.4.1: Delete in its entirety and replace with the following:

            .1     “The Contractor shall review the Contract Documents and shall report
                   promptly to the Consultant any error, inconsistency or omission the
                   Contractor may discover. Such review by the Contractor shall comply with the
                   standard of care described in paragraph 3.14.1 of the Contract. Except for its
                   obligation to make such review and report the result, the Contractor does not
                   assume any responsibility to the Owner or to the Consultant for the accuracy
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                   of the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall not be liable for damage or
                   costs resulting from such errors, inconsistencies, or omissions in the Contract
                   Documents, which the Contractor could not reasonably have discovered. If
                   the Contractor does discover any error, inconsistency or omission in the
                   Contract Documents, the Contractor shall not proceed with the work affected
                   until the Contractor has received corrected or missing information from the
                   Consultant.

       .2   Add the following new Clause 3.4.2:

            .1     “Omissions from the drawings and/or specifications which do not allow for a
                   complete job shall be brought to the Consultant's attention before signing the
                   Contract. The Contractor will only be held responsible for those omissions
                   where it is obvious and where it can be shown that they should have known,
                   but did not bring the matter to the Consultants attention. Signing the Contract
                   will bind the Contractor to the intent of the foregoing.”

       .3   Add the following new Clause 3.4.3:

            .1     “Notwithstanding the foregoing, inconsistencies and omissions shall not
                   include lack of reference on the drawings or in the specifications to labour
                   and/or Products that are required or normally recognized within respective
                   trade practices/components of systems, as being necessary for the complete
                   execution of the Work.”

3.9         GC 3.6,    Supervisor

       .1   Add the following to the end of Clause 3.6.1:

            "The Contractor shall not change the supervisor (Project Manager and/or
            Superintendent) without notice to and the consent of the Owner and the Consultant,
            which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. For the purposes of
            considering the decision to consent or not to consent to a proposed change of the
            supervisor, the Contractor agrees to provide the Owner and the Consultant with
            detailed resumé and work plans related to the proposed replacement supervisor."

3.10        GC 3.7,    Subcontractors and Suppliers:

       .1   Clause 3.7.6: Delete “through the Consultant” in the first line.

3.11        GC 3.8,    Labour and Products:

       .1   Add the following new clause 3.8.4:

            .1     “The Contractor is responsible for the safe on-site storage of Products and
                   their protection (including Products supplied by the Owner and other
                   contractors to be installed under the Contract) in such ways as to avoid
                   dangerous conditions or contamination to the Products or other persons or
                   property and in locations at the Place of the Work to the satisfaction of the
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                   Owner and the Consultant. The Owner shall provide all relevant information
                   on the Products to be supplied by the Owner.”

       .2   Add the following new clause 3.8.5:

            .1     “All materials, work services and equipment used and delivered to the Place
                   of Work and intended to be used in the carrying out of this Contract shall be
                   free and clear and shall be kept free and clear of all liens, charges and
                   encumbrances. In the event of there being a lien, charge or encumbrance or
                   a claim for a lien, charge or encumbrance the Owner may retain from the
                   amount otherwise payable to the Contractor, an amount sufficient to satisfy
                   and discharge the same. If the Owner gives to the Contractor written notice of
                   their intention to satisfy and discharge any such lien, charge or encumbrance
                   or a claim for a lien, charge or encumbrance and, within 3 business days or
                   receipt of such notice, the Contractor does not show cause, satisfactory to
                   the Consultant, why such lien, charge or encumbrance should not be
                   satisfied and discharged, the Owner shall be at liberty and authorized to
                   satisfy and discharge the same and charge the costs thereof to the
                   Contractor. The Contractor agrees to indemnify and keep indemnified and
                   save harmless, the Owner from any and all claims, charges and
                   encumbrances.”

       .3   Add the following new clause 3.8.6:

            .1     “All products and materials brought onto the place of Work by the Contractor
                   shall be deemed to be the property of the Owner, but the Owner shall be
                   under no liability for loss thereof or damage thereto arising from any cause
                   whatsoever. The said Products and materials shall be at the sole risk of the
                   Contractor.”

3.12        GC 3.10, Shop Drawings:

       .1   Add the words “AND OTHER SUBMITTALS” to the Title after SHOP DRAWINGS.

       .2   Add “and Submittals” after the words “Shop Drawings” in Clauses 3.10.1, 3.10.2,
            3.10.4, 3.10.7, 3.10.8, 3.10.8.2, 3.10.9, 3.10.10, 3.10.11, and 3.10.12.

       .3   Clause 3.10.3: Delete in its entirety and replace with the following:

            .1     “One month Prior to the first application for payment, the Contractor and the
                   Consultant shall jointly prepare a schedule of the dates for submission and
                   return of Shop Drawings and any Submittals.”

       .4   Clause 3.10.9: Delete the last sentence in its entirety.

       .5   Clause 3.10.12: Delete the words “with reasonable promptness so as to cause no
            delay in the performance of the Work” and replace with “within 14 calendar days or
            such longer period as may be reasonably required” at the end of the Clause.
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       .6   Add the following new clause 3.10.13:

            .1     “Shop drawing reviews by Consultant do not authorize changes in cost or
                   time; these may only be accomplished by the appropriate Change Order
                   issued by Consultant.”

3.13        GC 3.13, Cleanup:

       .1   Add the following new clause 3.13.4:

            .1     “In the event of any dispute regarding the removal of waste products and
                   debris the Owner may remove the rubbish and debris and charge the cost to
                   the Contractor to the extent that the Consultant shall determine to be just.”

3.14        Add the following new General Condition GC 3.14, Performance by Contractor:

       .1   Add the following new Clause 3.14.1:

            .1     “In performing its services and obligations under the Contract, the Contractor
                   shall exercise a standard of care, skill and diligence that would normally be
                   provided by an experienced and prudent contractor supplying similar services
                   for similar projects. The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that throughout
                   the Contract, the Contractor’s obligations, duties and responsibilities shall be
                   interpreted in accordance with this standard. The Contractor shall exercise
                   the same standard of due care and diligence in respect of any Products,
                   personnel, or procedures which it may recommend to the Owner.”

       .2   Add the following new Clause 3.14.2:

            .1     “The Contractor further represents, covenants and warrants to the Owner
                   that:
                   .1 The personnel it assigns to the Project are appropriately experienced;
                   .2 It has a sufficient staff of qualified and competent personnel to replace its
                       designated supervisor and project manager, subject to the Owner’s
                       approval, in the event of death, incapacity, removal or resignation.

3.15        GC 5.1,    Financing Information Required of the Owner:

       .1   Clause 5.1.1: Delete the words “, and/or promptly from time to time thereafter,” from
            the first line.

       .2   Clause 5.1.2: Delete in its entirety.

3.16        GC 5.2,    Application for Progress Payment:

       .1   Clause 5.2.3: Add the following sentences “The Contractor shall review with the
            Consultant, at a scheduled time, the percentage of work completed for each item
            indicated in the schedule of values. This procedure shall be complied with for each
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            application for payment prior to submitting the formal application for payment.” at the
            end of the clause.

       .2   Add the following new clause 5.2.8:
            “Contractor shall utilize and submit 2 copies of the CCDC Statutory Declaration Form
            when submitting the formal application for payment. In addition, utilize the standard
            CCDC Forms to provide a breakdown of approved Change Orders and percentage
            of each completed. Deviation or incomplete submissions with respect to the
            approved breakdown will require resubmission of the application for payment.”

3.17        GC 5.3,    Progress Payment:

       .1   Clause 5.3.1.1: Delete in its entirety and renumber remaining Clauses.

       .2   Clause 5.3.1.2: Replace “10" with “14" in the first line.

3.18        GC 5.4,    Substantial Performance of the Work:

       .1   Delete this General Condition in its entirety

3.19        GC 5.6,    Progressive Release of Holdback:

       .1   Delete this General Condition in its entirety.

3.20        GC 5.7,    Final Payment:

       .1   Clause 5.7.4: Replace “5" with “14" in the second line.

3.21        GC 6.2,    Change Order:

       .1   Add the following new Clause 6.2.3 as follows:

            “6.2.3 For changes in the Work to be paid for under Clause 6.2.1, the combined
            percent (%) mark-up for profit and specified overhead costs, in applicable to the
            additional net value of the work and shall be based on the following scale.

             Net Value of Work =        Plus        (%) Mark-up Combined = % (overhead plus
             (Additions minus                       Profit)
             Deletions)
                                                    Performance Trade      Supervising
                                                    or Contractor (1)      Contractor(s) (2)
             0 - 10,000.00              +           10                     5
             10,000.00 - 50,000.00      +           8                      5
             50,000.00<                 +           5                      5
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            Notes:
                     1) Performing trade is considered to be the Contractor/Trade doing the
                        actual work on Site and it may be the General Contractor, a direct
                        Subcontractor of the General Contractor or a Subcontractor of the direct
                        Subcontractor to the General Contractor.
                     2) Supervising Contractors is considered to be the General Contractor and
                        the direct Subcontractor when work is performed by a Sub-subcontractor
                        or the General Contractor when work is performed by the direct
                        Subcontractor.”

       .2   Add the following new Clause 6.2.4 as follows:

            “The following shall not be included in the cost of the work but are covered by the
            allowance (mark-ups) for overhead and profit:
            .1     The Contractor’s head office and site office expenses, including stationary,
                   postage and other office supplies.
            .2     The costs of the Contractor’s Project Manager, clerical and administrative
                   personnel, and executive personnel.
            .3     Use of temporary offices, sheds, small tools, etc., including the cost of
                   telephone, light, power, water and heat used therein,
            .4     Transportation and overnight room expenses for out of town labour, if local
                   labour is available.
            .5     Insurance and bond premiums.
            .6     Licenses and permits, except when these are special for a particular item of
                   work.
            .7     Printing charges for Proposed Changes, Change Orders and Drawings for
                   Contractor’s and Subcontractors’ use in the work. Consultant will provide
                   one copy of change notice documentation and in the event of re-issue of full
                   size drawings will provide one full size print.
            .8     The cost of record drawings and shop drawings.
            .9     The cost of clean up and disposal of waste material.

       .3   Add the following new Clause 6.2.5 as follows:

            “The Contractor shall not be entitled to any additional compensation arising out of
            changes to the Work other than the amounts determined and agreed to under
            CCDC2-2008 GC 6.2.”

3.22        GC 6.4,     Concealed or Unknown Conditions

       .1   Clause 6.4.1:

            .1       Paragraph 6.4.1.1: Replace “materially” with “substantially” in the second line.

            .2       Paragraph 6.4.1.2: Replace “materially” with “substantially” in the first line.

       .2   Clause 6.4.2: Replace “materially” with “substantially” in the second line.

       .3   Clause 6.4.3: Replace “materially” with “substantially” in the first line.
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       .4   Add the following new clause 6.4.5:

            .1     “The Contractor confirms that, prior to bidding the Project, it carefully
                   investigated the Place of the Work and applied to that investigation the
                   degree of care and skill described in paragraph 3.14.1, given the amount of
                   time provided between the issue of the bid documents and the actual closing
                   of bids, the degree of access provided to the Contractor prior to submission
                   of bid, and the sufficiency and completeness of the information provided by
                   the Owner. The Contractor is not entitled to compensation or to an extension
                   of the Contract Time for conditions which could reasonably have been
                   ascertained by the Contractor by such careful investigation undertaken prior
                   to the submission of the bid.”

3.23        GC 6.5,    Delays

       .1   Clause 6.5.1: Delete the period and add the following to the end of the Clause: “, but
            excluding any consequential, indirect or special damages.”

       .2   Clause 6.5.2: Delete the period and add the following to the end of the Clause: “, but
            excluding any consequential, indirect or special damages.”

       .3   Clause 6.5.3: Delete the last Sentence and replace with the following. “The
            Contractor shall not be entitled to payment for costs incurred by such delays unless
            such delays result from action by the Owner. If such delays, in the Owner’s opinion,
            may materially affect the Contract Price or the Contract Time, the Owner may
            terminate the Contract by giving written notice to the Contractor.”

       .4   Add the following new clause 6.5.6:

            .1     “If the Contractor is delayed in the performance of the Work by an act or
                   omission of the Contractor or anyone employed or engaged by the Contractor
                   directly or indirectly, or by any cause within the Contractor’s control, then the
                   Contract Time shall be extended for such reasonable time as the Consultant
                   may decide in consultation with the Contractor. The Owner shall be
                   reimbursed by the Contractor for all reasonable costs incurred by the Owner
                   as the result of such delay, including all services required by the Owner from
                   the Consultant as a result of such delay by the Contractor and, in particular,
                   the cost of the Consultant’s services during the period between the date of
                   Substantial Performance of the Work stated in Article A-1 herein as the same
                   may be extended through the provisions of these General Conditions and any
                   later, actual date of Substantial Performance of the Work achieved by the
                   Contractor.”

3.24        GC 6.6,    Claims for a Change in Contract Price:

       .1   Clause 6.6.5: Add the following words “as noted in paragraph 6.6.3" after the words
            “of the claim” and add the words “and the consultant” at the end of paragraph.
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       .2   Add the following new clause 6.6.7:

            .1      “The Owner may make claims arising out of the costs incurred for additional
                    services provided by the Consultant resulting from the Contractor’s failure to
                    reasonably perform the Work in accordance with the terms and conditions of
                    the Contract, including the Contractor’s issuance of unnecessary Requests
                    for Information. The Consultant will notify the Owner and Contractor where it
                    has been determined that additional services will be required or have been
                    provided in order not to cause a delay. The Owner shall make claims based
                    on the Consultant’s invoices.”

3.25        GC 7.1,     Owner’s Right to Perform the Work, Stop the Work, or Terminate the
                        Contract:

       .1   Clause 7.1.1: Add the words “or if they should fail to comply substantially with the
            construction schedule” after the second “insolvency” at the end of the second line.

       .2   Clause 7.1.2: Add the words “but without affecting in any respect the liability of the
            Contractor in respect of earlier defaults.” at the end of the clause.

       .3   Clause 7.1.3:

            .1      Paragraph 7.1.3.1: Add the words “and is diligently proceeding with” after the
                    “commences” in the first line.

3.26        GC 7.2:     Contractor’s Right to Stop the Work or Terminate the Contract:

       .1   Clause 7.2.4: Add the sentence “The foregoing defaults in contractual obligations
            shall not apply to the withholding of certificates of payments, or both, in accordance
            with the General Conditions, because of the registration of liens against the Owner’s
            Property, until such claims and liens are discharged as a result of payment by the
            Contractor.” to the end of the clause

       .2   Clause 7.2.5: Add the sentence “No such payment shall become due and payable
            until certified by the Consultant as being fair and reasonable.” to the end of the
            clause.

3.27        GC8.2, Negotiation, Mediation, and Arbitration:

       .1   Revise the heading, “GC 8.2 NEGOTIATION, MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION” to
            read, “GC 8.2 NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION”.

       .2   Clause 8.2.6: Delete in it’s entirety.

       .3   Clause 8.2.7: Delete in it’s entirety.

       .4   Clause 8.2.8: Delete in it’s entirety.
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      .5    Add the following new Clause 8.2.9:

            .1     “Within 7 calendar days of receipt of the notice of arbitration by the
                   responding party under clause 8.2.6 the Owner and the Contractor shall give
                   the Consultant a written notice containing:
                   .1 A copy of the notice of arbitration.
                   .2 A copy of supplementary conditions 8.2.9 to 8.2.15 of this Contract, and;
                   .3 Any claims or issues which the Contractor or the Owner, as the case may
                       be, wishes to raise in relation to the Consultant arising out of the issue in
                       dispute in the arbitration.”

      .6    Add the following new Clause 8.2.10:

            .1      “The Owner and Contractor agree that the Consultant may elect, within 14
                   calendar days of receipt of the notice under clause 8.2.9, to become a full
                   party to the arbitration under paragraph 8.2.6 if the Consultant:
                   .1 Has a vested or contingent financial interest in the outcome of the
                       arbitration.
                   .2 Give the notice of election to the Owner and the Contractor before the
                       arbitrator is appointed.
                   .3 Agrees to be a party to the arbitration within the meaning of the rules
                       referred to in paragraph 8.2.6, and;
                   .4 Agrees to be bound by the arbitral award made in the arbitration.”

      .7    Add the following new Clause 8.2.1:

            .1     “If the Consultant is not given the written notice required under paragraph
                   8.2.9, both the Owner and the Contractor are estopped from pursuing an
                   action, counter claim or other proceeding or making an application against
                   the Consultant arising out of the issues in dispute in the arbitration between
                   the Owner and the Contractor under paragraph 8.2.6.”

      .8    Add the following new Clause 8.2.12:

            .1     “If an election is made under paragraph 8.2.10, the Consultant may
                   participate in the appointment of the arbitrator and, notwithstanding the rules
                   referred to in paragraph 8.2.6, the time period for reaching agreement on the
                   appointment of the arbitrator shall begin to run from the date the respondent
                   receives a copy of the notice of arbitration.”

      .9    Add the following new Clause 8.2.13:

            .1     “The arbitrator in the arbitration in which the Consultant has elected under
                   paragraph 8.2.10 to become a full party may:
                   .1 On application of the Owner of the Contractor, determine whether the
                      Consultant has satisfied the requirements of paragraph 8.2.10, and;
                   .2 Make any procedural order considered necessary to facilitate the addition
                      of the Consultant as a party to the arbitration.”
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       .10   Add the following new Clause 8.2.14:

             .1     “The provisions of clause 8.2.9 shall apply mutatis mutandis to written notice
                    to be given by the Consultant to any sub-consultant.”

       .11   Add the following new Clause 8.2.15:

             .1     “In the event of notice of arbitration given by a Consultant to a sub-
                    consultant, the sub-consultant is not entitled to any election with respect to
                    the proceeding as outlined in 8.2.10, and is deemed to be bound by the
                    arbitration proceeding.”

3.28         GC 9.1,    Protection of Work and Property:

       .1    Clause 9.1.1.1: Delete in its entirety and replace with the following:

             .1     “Errors in the Contract Documents which the Contractor could not have
                    discovered applying the standard of care described in paragraph 3.14.1.”

       .2    Clause 9.1.2: Delete in its entirety and replace with the following:

             .1     “Before commencing any Work, the Contractor shall determine the locations
                    of all underground utilities and structures indicated in the Contract
                    Documents, or that are discoverable by applying to an Inspection of the Place
                    of the Work exercising the degree of care and skill described in paragraph
                    3.14.1.”

3.29         GC 9.2,    Toxic and Hazardous Substances:

       .1    Clause 9.2.6: Add the following after the word “responsible”: “or whether any toxic or
             hazardous substances or materials already at the Place of the Work (and which were
             then harmless or stored, contained or otherwise dealt with in accordance with legal
             and regulatory requirements) were dealt with by the Contractor or anyone for whom
             the Contractor is responsible in a manner which does not comply with legal and
             regulatory requirements, or which threatens human health and safety or the
             environment, or material damage to the property of the Owner or others,”

       .2    Add “and the Consultant” after the word “Contractor” in paragraph 9.2.7.4.

       .3    Clause 9.2.8: Add to the following after the word "responsible”: “or that any toxic or
             hazardous substances or materials already at the Place of the Work (and which were
             then harmless or stored, contained or otherwise dealt with in accordance with legal
             and regulatory requirements) were dealt with by the Contractor or anyone for whom
             the Contractor is responsible in a manner which does not comply with legal and
             regulatory requirements, or which threatens human health and safety or the
             environment, or material damage to the property of the Owner or others,”

       .4    Add “and the Consultant” after the word “Owner” in paragraph 9.2.8.4.
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3.30          GC 9.4,    Construction Safety:

       .1     Clause 9.4.1: Delete the words “Subject to paragraph 3.2.2.2 of GC 3.2 -
              CONSTRUCTION BY OWNER OR OTHER CONTRACTORS,” From the first line.

3.31          GC 9.5,    Mould

       .1     Clause 9.5.2.4: Add “and the Consultant” after “Owner”.

       .2     Clause 9.5.3.4: Add “and the Consultant” after “Contractor”.

3.32          GC 10.1, Taxes and Duties:

       .1     Clause 10.1.1: Replace “Value Added Taxes” with “Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)” in
              the second line.

       .2     Clause 10.1.1: Add these sentences “The Contractor shall bill the Owner upon each
              payment certificate, to the appropriate amount of HST the Owner is legally obliged to
              pay. This amount for HST will be paid in addition to the amount certified for payment
              under the Contract and will therefore not affect the Contract Price.” at the end of the
              clause.

       .3     Clause 10.1.2:         Delete in its entirety and replace with the following clauses:

            “10.1.2     When an exception or recovery of government sales taxes, customs duties
                        or excise taxes is applicable to the contract, the Contractor shall at the
                        request of the Owner (or his agent) supply full particulars of all sales tax or
                        customs duty paid, assist, join in, or make application for an exemption,
                        recovery or refund of all such taxes and duties and all amounts recovered
                        or exemptions obtained shall be for the sole benefit of the Owner. The
                        Contractor agrees to endorse over to the Owner any cheques received from
                        the Federal or Provincial Governments as may be required to implement
                        the foregoing.

            10.1.3      The Contractor is not entitled to any mark-up on account of profit,
                        overhead, or otherwise due to any increase in taxes or duties. Should the
                        cost be retroactively reduced by a change in taxes and/or duties, the Owner
                        will be entitled to withhold payment to the Contractor of a sum equal to the
                        amount of the tax and/or duty reduction. Should the cost of Work be
                        increased by a change of the work, the Subcontractor shall be entitled to
                        claim for the increase in cost equal to the amount of the tax and/or duty
                        increase. No mark-up shall be permitted on the increase.

            10.1.4      The Contractor shall maintain accurate records tabulating equipment and
                        component costs showing respective taxes and customs duties or excise
                        taxes.”
Document 00800                                                  Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS                                         Homewood Health Centre Chiller
Page 16                                                                       Project No. 09031

3.33        GC 10.2,    Laws, Notices, Permits, and Fees:

       .1   Clause 10.2.3: Add the following new sentence to the end of paragraph:

            .1   “The Contractor shall notify the Chief Building Official or the registered code
                 agency where applicable, of the readiness, substantial completion, and
                 completion of the stages of construction set out in sentences 2.4.5.1.(2) and
                 2.4.5.2 of the Building Code, O.Reg.403/97 as amended. The Contractor shall be
                 present at each site inspection by an inspector or registered code agency as
                 applicable under Sentence 2.4.5.3 of the Building Code.”

       .2   Clause 10.2.5:

            .1   Delete the first “The” and replace with “Subject to paragraph 3.14.1, the” in the
                 first line.
            .2   Add the words “and no further work on such phase of the Contract shall be
                 proceeded with until instructions rectifying such discrepancy have been obtained
                 by the Contractor from the Consultant.”

       .3   Clause 10.2.6: Add the words “and shall indemnify the Owner against” after “bear” in
            the third line.

       .4   Add the following new clause 10.2.8:

            .1   “The Contractor shall comply with all applicable federal, provincial and municipal
                 statutes, by-laws and regulation regulating construction, use and maintenance of
                 any hoisting and construction equipment and tools, booms and derricks used for
                 erection, alteration or demolition and shall submit to the authorities, when
                 required, information concerning sequence and schedule of erections or Work,
                 details and the use of shoring, temporary bracing location of lifting equipment, and
                 save harmless the Owner or his agent from causes or claims for failure to comply
                 with the above.”

3.34        GC 12.1,    Indemnification

       .1   Clause 12.1.1: Add the words “and the Consultant” after “hold harmless the other” in
            the second line.

       .2   Add the following new clause 12.1.1.3:

            .1   “The Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Consultant, its agents and
                 employees from and against claims, demands, losses, costs, damages, actions,
                 suits, or proceedings by third parties that arise out of, or are attributable to, the
                 Contractor’s performance of the Contract, provided such claims are attributable to
                 bodily injury, sickness, disease, or death, or to injury to or destruction of tangible
                 property, and caused by negligent acts or omissions of the Contractor or anyone
                 for whose acts the Contractor may be liable, and made in writing within a period of
                 6 years from the date of Substantial Performance of the Work as set out in the
                 certificate of Substantial Performance of the Work, or within such shorter such
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                      SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS
Project No. 09031                                                                    Page 17

                    period as may be prescribed by any limitation statute or the province or territory of
                    the Place of Work.”

3.35        GC 12.3,      Warranty:

       .1   Clause 12.3.2: Delete the first “The” and replace with "Subject to paragraph 3.14.1,
            the…" in the first line.

3.36        Add the following new General Condition GC 13, Confidentiality:

       .1   “13.1     Contractor shall treat as confidential all data, drawings, specifications, and
                      documents related to the Project and shall not lend out to others such
                      information or documents.”

       .2   “13.2     Data or design provided by or developed under this Contract shall be for the
                      strict use and benefit of the Owner and not to be used for any other purpose.”


                                         END OF DOCUMENT
                                                                               Section
                                                                                  2

                        HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE
                                       POLICY

APPROVED BY: _______________________________                   NUMBER: 2-400
             General Manager of Hotel Services
             and Human Resources

CATEGORY:         Human Resources                        DATE: Revised 04/02/20

                                                            REF. POLICY: 2-405


                           CONTRACTED SERVICES


It is the policy of the Homewood Health Centre that:
When a contractor is engaged to perform services they shall abide by the appropriate
Acts and Regulations, as well as HHC Policies and Procedures.
Prior to commencing any work, the contractor will sign the appropriate documents as
specified by Materials Management signifying their understanding of the content of
these and their agreement to be bound by them.
Additionally, the contractor and all individual employees working on site must sign a
Pledge of Confidentiality prior to commencing work.


Revised      97/01/27
Revised      03/01/29
Reviewed     05/01/21
Reviewed     08/11/19
                                                                                     Section
                                                                                        2

                           HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE
                                       PROCEDURE

APPROVED BY: _______________________________                        NUMBER: 2-405
             General Manager of Hotel Services
             and Human Resources

CATEGORY:            Human Resources                         DATE: Revised 09/04/01

                                                              REF. POLICY:       2-400

                              CONTRACTED SERVICES


Procedure for Contracting for Services
1. Prior to Commencing work the contractor will receive the following from HHC:
      I.        an overview of HHC Health and Safety policies
      II.       an overview of HHC privacy and confidentiality policies
      III.      a review of Appendix 1 "Contractor's Health and Safety Obligations".
2. The contractor will provide to HHC a signed Pledge of Confidentiality with any
   tender or RFP response as directed in the document and prior to a purchase order
   being issued.

   Prior to commencing any work, all contractors’ workers will report to
   Environmental Services. They must sign a Pledge of Confidentiality, signifying their
   understanding of the content and their agreement to be bound by them.
3. The contractor will provide to HHC a signed copy of Appendix 1 "Contractor's
   Health and Safety Obligations" which will be affixed to the Purchase Order or
   Contract for Services.
4. The contractor agrees to:
      •      Take all reasonable measures to protect the work site such that the clients of
             HHC (psychiatric clients who may need additional protection from hazards
             than would typically be applied) are protected from being injured or using
             contractor tools or materials to harm themselves.
      •      Repair any property damage caused by his workers or subcontract workers to
             bring property back to its condition before damage.
      •    Provide all supplies, tools, and/or equipment necessary to carry out the
           contract. HHC supplies, tools, and/or equipment will not be used or
           borrowed unless negotiated by HHC as part of the contract.
4. The owner reserves the right to reject a proposed subcontractor for reasonable cause.
   The names of all subcontractors and the portions of the work they will perform must
   be provided to the owner before a contract is awarded.

Revised       97/01/27
Revised       03/01/29
Revised       04/02/20
Reviewed      05/01/21
Reviewed      08/11/19
Appendix 1 - Contractor's Health and Safety Obligations
1.      The contractor agrees to conform/abide by:
        i)        The Occupational Health & Safety Act (R.S.O. 1990)
        ii)       The Health Care Regulations (Ontario Regulation 67/93) under the O.H. &
                  S.A.
        iii)      The Construction Projects Regulations (Ontario Regulation 213/91) under the
                  O.H. & S.A.
        iv)       The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
                  Regulations (Ontario Regulation 860) under the O.H. & S.A.
        v)        The Ontario Building Code
        vi)       The Ontario Fire Code
        vii)      The Elevating Devices Act
        •      Provide a "Certificate of Standing" from the Workplace Safety & Insurance
               Board (WSIB) or other proof satisfactory to the owner, stating that the contractor
               has complied with the requirements of the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board
               and has an account in good standing with WSIB as of the date of the
               certificate/proof.
2.      The contractor agrees to provide:
        i)        Proof of adequate liability insurance
        ii)       Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS's) for all designated products used on-site
3.      The contractor agrees to provide the names of all subcontractors and the portions of
        the work they will perform must be provided to HHC before a contract is awarded.
4.      The contractor agrees that all subcontractors will complete a copy of this Appendix
        which will be filed with HHC and the contractor also agrees that he will enforce
        these provisions with the subcontractor.
5.      The contractors agree to ensure that their employees and subcontractors and the
        subcontractor's employees receive the following:
        1. Health and Safety training,
        2. Health and Safety orientation to the project,
        3. WHMIS training

I,                                    the Contractor, have read and understand the
conditions in this document. In addition, I agree to be bound by these obligations.

Date:



For the Contractor                                          For Homewood Health Centre Inc.
                         FULL CONSTRUCTION SAFETY CHECKLIST


This checklist is a general review of the contractors safety program as well as information
that identifies what HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE requires of our contractors. Where
an item requires submission by the contractor, the item will not be checked in the
affirmative until the submission is received.
1.     LIABILITY INSURANCE
       Proof of valid liability insurance must be submitted.

2.    WSIB CLEARANCE
      Work may not commence until the WSIB Clearance Certificate has been received by
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE. This certificate must be updated every 45 days.

3.    SAFETY POLICY SUBMITTED
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE as required by law, has a safety policy and a
      program to implement this policy. Each contractor must develop and review
      annually a written safety policy and a program to implement their policy. The
      contractor must submit a copy of their safety policy to HOMEWOOD HEALTH
      CENTRE.

4.    SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE
      Each trade is required to identify the safety representative to HOMEWOOD
      HEALTH CENTRE. The representative has duties as described in the Occupational
      Health & Safety Act. (Section (8).

5.    EMERGENCY PROCEDURES REVIEW
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE has an emergency/procedure manual which is
      available for review.

6.    EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION
      It is the responsibility of the contractor to orientate workers and subcontractors to
      the safety requirements of the project.

7.    SUBMIT SAFE WORK PLAN
      When conditions warrant that extra precautions be taken, the contractor and
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE will jointly develop a written safe work plan
      which assures protection against the hazard. This plan must be signed by a
      company representative and communicated to the workers involved in the task.

8.    FALL PROTECTION
      Fall restraint or fall arrest protection is required where a fall of 2.4 metres or more is
      possible.

9.    HOUSEKEEPING
      Good housekeeping practices must be followed.
10.   MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORAGE
      Contractors must be advised of storage areas and handling of materials so as not to
      endanger their workers or anyone else.

11(a) MSDS RECEIVED
      Contractors must provide HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE with all Material
      Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) which will be returned at the conclusion of the contract.

11(b) WHMIS
      Contractors must ensure all workers and subcontractors have been adequately
      trained in WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Information System) prior to coming on
      site.

12.   ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS
      All accidents involving property or injury, must be investigated and reported to
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE. In addition, any incidents investigated are to be
      reported to HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE.

13.   GUARDRAILS
      Contractors must be advised that, where temporary removal of guardrails is
      necessary, the surrounding area must be corded off with a barrier and that workers
      within the barriers wear and use fall arrest or fall restraints devices. Guardrails
      must be replaced as soon as possible or whenever the area is left unattended.

14.   SCAFFOLD/LADDERS
      Review scaffold building requirements:
      • use all braces
      • access to and egress from a work area located above or below ground level shall
        be by stairs, runway, ramp, or ladder
      • full width platform if height over ten (10) feet
      • full 36" high guardrails and 4" toeboards
      • tied in or use of outriggers if height is three (3) times least lateral dimension is
        exceeded.
      • engineered if height is over 50 feet (standard frame type)

      Review ladder requirements:
      • free from broken or loose members or other faults
      • have non-slip feet
      • be placed on a firm footing
      • if exceeds 6 metres in length and is not securely fastened or is likely to be
        endangered by traffic, it must be held in place by one or more workers while
        being used
      • when not securely fastened, by inclined so that the horizontal distance from top
        support to the foot of the ladder is not less than 1/4 and not more and 1/3 of the
        length of the ladder.
      • have side rails that extend 90 cm. above the landing refer to Occupational Health
        and Safety Act for additional requirements.
15.   EXCAVATIONS - SLOPE, SHORING AND ACCESS/EGRESS
      The contractor must abide by the requirements set out under regulations for
      construction projects under the Occupational Health & Safety Act. Certain projects,
      such as engineered support systems, require notification to the Construction Health
      & Safety Branch before commencing.

16.   ASBESTOS AND DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES
      There are numerous locations throughout HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE that
      contain friable asbestos material and each location and type is recorded. Also an
      Asbestos Management Program is in place and available from Materials
      Management. In cases where asbestos has not been documented but is suspected,
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE must be notified immediately so that appropriate
      steps can be taken.

17.   VERBAL, WRITTEN, GONE POLICY
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE recognizes and supports the need for progressive
      discipline in the area of health and safety concerns. It is expected that all contractors
      will follow progressive discipline consisting of a verbal warning, then a written
      warning and thirdly, removal of the Contractors offending employee/subcontractor
      from the site, at the discretion of the Board.

18.   VISITORS AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT
      Contractors must ensure all visitors to the site are suitably protected from hazard.
      Visitors must wear the proper protective equipment while on site.

19.    ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS
      • all boom and scissor lifts required to be CSA approved with approval on the
         machinery
      • operators manual on the machine at all times
      • maintenance record on machine at all times
      • operator must receive training in operation of equipment
      • fall protection must be used at all times on a boom lift
      • no one must be on scissors lift when it is being moved.

20.   ELECTRICAL GFCI AND ASSURED GROUNDING
      Contractors must provide ground fault circuit interrupters for all electrical tools
      when working outside or when risk of electrical shock is possible in wet areas. All
      electrical equipment should be grounded or double insulated. All electrical
      equipment is to be checked for worn insulation, exposed strands/wire and repaired
      or replaced before starting the work. All equipment must be CSA approved.

21.   LOCK OUT PROCEDURE
      In addition to meeting the requirements under the Occupational Health & Safety
      Act, contractors must receive a copy of HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE Lock Out
      Procedures and must ensure that all workers and subcontractors are aware and also
      follow HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE procedures.
22.   CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
      Contractors where required, shall have a confined space entry procedure in place
      that meets the requirements of Occupational Health & Safety Act.

23.   MINISTRY OF LABOUR - NOTIFICATION OF PROJECT
      Ministry of Labour must receive notification of projects over $50,000. Refer to the
      Occupational Health & Safety Act.

24.   HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL
      All hazardous waste must be properly disposed of as required under the
      Environmental Protection Act and Regulations.   Further assistance with
      HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE procedures for hazardous waste are available
      through Materials Management.

COMPLETED BY:                                  POSITION: _________________________


COMPANY:                                       DATE: _____________________________



RECEIVED BY:                               POSITION: ____________________________



COMPANY: HOMEWOOD HEALTH CENTRE DATE: ____________________________
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                               Section 01000
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                       GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Project No. 09031                                                                     Page 1

1           GENERAL

1.1         The requirements of the Articles of Agreement, Conditions of the Contract, Division 1
            apply to and form all Sections of the Contract Documents and the Work.

1.2         Work in this Specification is divided into descriptive sections which are not intended
            to identify absolute contractual limits between Subcontractors, nor between the
            Contractor and their Subcontractors. The Contractor is responsible for organizing
            division of labour and supply of materials essential to complete the Contract. The
            Consultant assumes no liability to act as an arbiter to establish subcontract limits
            between Sections or Divisions of Work.

1.3         It is intended that Work supplied under these Contract Documents shall be complete
            and fully operational in every detail for the purpose required. Provide all items,
            articles, materials, services and incidentals, whether or not expressly specified or
            shown on Drawings, to make finished Work complete and fully operational,
            consistent with the intent of the Contract Documents.

1.4         Specifications, Schedules and Drawings are complementary and items mentioned or
            indicated on one may not be mentioned or indicated on the others.

1.5         Mention in the specifications or indication on the drawings of materials, products,
            operations, or methods, requires that the Contractor provide each item mentioned or
            indicated of the quality or subject to the qualifications noted; perform according to the
            conditions stated in each operation prescribed; and provide labour, materials,
            Products, equipment and services to complete the Work.

1.6         Where the singular or masculine is used in the Contract Documents, it shall be read
            and construed as if the plural, feminine or neuter had been used when the context or
            the statement so requires and as required to complete the Work, and the rest of the
            sentence, clause, paragraph, or Article shall be construed as if all changes in
            grammar, gender or terminology thereby rendered necessary had been made.

1.7         Obtain and pay for all permits, licenses, deposits, and certificates of inspection as
            part of the Contract and as indicated in the Conditions of the Contract.

1.8         Conform to Owner’s Confidentiality requirements, Health and Safety policies and
            Contracted Policy & Procedure as appended to this document.

2           DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK

2.1         The Work is to construct a new chiller enclosure on the roof of an existing 4 storey
            building. The new metal enclosure, and associated service platform, will sit on a
            structural steel frame that connects to the top of existing steel columns. Minor
            demolition and structural work will be required from interior space below to connect
            the new structure to the existing via column stubs. Portions of the existing roof will be
            removed, and a new roof membrane and sloped roof insulation will be required for a
            portion of existing roof, and new roof penetrations will need to be flashed.
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3        PROGRESS AND COMPLETION

3.1      Substantial Performance of the Work shall be on or before Tuesday, May 31st, 2011.

3.2      Contract Completion of the Work shall be on Tuesday, June 21st, 2011.

4        EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS

4.1      Make a careful examination of the site, and investigate and be satisfied as to all
         matters relating to the nature of the Work to be undertaken, as to the means of
         access and egress thereto and therefrom, as to the obstacles to be met with, as to
         the extent of the Work to be performed, any limitations under which the work has to
         be executed, and any and all matters which are referred to in the Contract
         Documents. Claims for additional costs will not be entertained with respect to
         conditions which could reasonably have been ascertained by an inspection prior to
         Tender closing.

4.2      Report any inconsistencies, ambiguities, discrepancies, omissions, and errors
         between Site conditions and Contract Documents to the Consultant prior to the
         commencement of Work. If inconsistencies, ambiguities, discrepancies, omissions,
         and errors are not reported and clarified, the most stringent requirement shall
         govern, as determined by the Consultant. Ensure that each Subcontractor
         performing work related to the site conditions has examined it so that all are fully
         informed on all particulars which affect the Work thereon in order that construction
         proceeds competently and expeditiously.

4.3      Before commencing the Work of any Section or trade, carefully examine the Work of
         other Sections and trades upon which it may depend, examine substrate surfaces,
         and report in writing to the Consultant, defects which might affect new Work.
         Commencement of Work shall constitute acceptance of conditions and Work of other
         sections, trades, and Other Contractors upon which the new Work depends. If repair
         of surfaces is required after commencement of specific work it shall be included in
         the work of the trade providing the specific system or finish.

5        CONTINUITY OF EXISTING SERVICES

5.1      Shutdowns and planning of operations that may affect Owner’s use of services shall
         be coordinated with and in accordance with the Owner’s written directions. Provide
         notice for all required interruptions to utility, heating, cooling, mechanical, electrical,
         and life safety systems.

5.2      Make written requests for shutdown at least 5 working days in advance, unless
         specifically stated herein or as otherwise instructed by the Owner.

5.3      Shutdowns shall be scheduled in advance with Owner and shutdown period shall be
         minimized to Owner’s convenience. Facilities in existing adjacent areas will be
         occupied during the Work.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                         GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Project No. 09031                                                                       Page 3

5.4         Major shutdowns shall take place on weekends or at night by prior arrangement with
            and at no additional cost to the Owner.

5.5         Minimize disruption, vibration, noise and dust to the function if existing building.
            Percussion noise shall not be permitted between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 am.

5.6         These requirements are for security reasons and for the consideration of the Owner.
            Requirements shall not be construed as cause for elimination or restriction of
            Contractor’s working schedule, claims for delay or work, nor additional cost.

6           ACCESS/PROPERTY CONSTRAINTS

6.1         Provide and maintain access facilities as may be required for access to the Work.

6.2         Access to third floor shall be restricted. Work on the third floor will require additional
            supervision by to ensure that tools, the workplace and residents of the third floor are
            safe.

6.3         Minimize disruption, noise and dust to the functions of existing operational areas of
            existing buildings. Times of entry, routes of access and time required to complete
            the Work shall be arranged and scheduled in cooperation with the Owner.

6.4         Confine Work and operations of employees to limits indicated by the Contract
            Documents. Do not unreasonably encumber the premises with products.

6.5         Organize delivery of materials/equipment to and removal of debris and equipment
            from place of Work to permit continual progress of work and suitable for
            restricted site conditions.

6.6         Determine and make arrangement as required for loading and unloading of
            equipment and Products at times that will not affect public traffic flow and that will be
            permitted by the City of Guelph. Conform to City by-laws with regard to parking
            restrictions and other conditions.

6.7         Make provisions and arrangements and provide allowances if times for loading and
            unloading allowed by the City of Guelph are other than regular working hours.

6.8         All Products, materials and equipment required on Site shall be portable and/or size
            suitable for access and movement on Site and without causing damage to buildings.

6.9         Workers shall not enter existing building beyond construction areas except where
            required for connection or modification to existing services or other such work.
            Arrange such requirements with Owner prior to entering existing occupied areas.

6.10        Provide locked doors in barriers, permit access by Owner and Consultant to Work
            areas and to areas Contractor is responsible for.
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Page 4                                                                   Project No. 09031

6.11     Personnel access and material deliveries to the Site shall be only by routes
         designated by the Owner. Do not deliver Products between the hours of 8:00 am -
         6:00 p.m. except when permitted otherwise by the Owner. Owner's equipment such
         as trucks, bins, dollies, and other such equipment/facilities shall not be used by
         Contractors. Arrangements for handling items weighty or bulky enough to require
         special treatment must be made and reviewed with the Owner.

6.12     Advise the Owner 48 hours in advance of large or cumbersome item deliveries. Give
         particulars of item size and weight, protection to existing surfaces to be provided and
         safety precautions during movement.

7        SETTING OUT

7.1      Before commencing work, verify lines, levels and dimensions shown on the drawing
         and report discrepancies in levels or dimensions to the Consultant. Be responsible
         for work done prior to the receipt of the Consultant’s decision regarding reported
         discrepancies.

8        COORDINATION

8.1      Coordination of the Work of all Sections of the specifications as required to complete
         the Project is the responsibility of the Contractor.

8.2      Coordinate with removals/installations specified in other Divisions and Other
         Contracts.

8.3      Existing equipment shall remain in present locations unless designated otherwise.
         Protect from damage. Remove, store and reinstall existing fixed equipment, fixtures
         and components which interfere with construction and which are scheduled for
         relocation.

8.4      Pay particular attention to types of ceiling construction and clearances throughout,
         especially where recessed fixtures are required. Coordinate work with Other
         Contractors and Subcontractors wherever ventilation ducts or piping installations
         occur to ensure that conflicts are avoided.

8.5      Install ceiling mounted components in accordance with final ceiling plans. Inform
         Consultant of conflicting installations. Install as directed.

8.6      Install and arrange ducts, piping, tubing, conduit, equipment, fixtures, materials and
         products to conserve headroom and space with minimum interference and in neat,
         orderly and tidy arrangement. Run pipes, ducts, tubing and conduit, vertical,
         horizontal and square with building grid unless otherwise indicated. Install piping,
         ducts, and conduit as close to underside of structure as possible unless shown
         otherwise.

8.7      Make provision for unrestricted relocation of light fixtures to replace ceiling panels at
         grid spaces of the same size, without interference or restriction by items located
         within the ceiling space.
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Project No. 09031                                                                     Page 5

8.8         Where supports or openings are to be left for the installation of various parts of the
            Work furnish the necessary information to those concerned in ample time so that
            proper provision can be made for such items. Cutting, drilling and the subsequent
            patching required for failing to comply with this requirement shall be performed at a
            later date at no additional Cost to Owner.

8.9         Ensure that setting drawings, templates, and all other information necessary for the
            location and installation of materials, fixtures, equipment, holes, sleeves, inserts,
            anchors, accessories, fastenings, connections, and access panels are provided by
            each Section whose work requires cooperative location and installation by other
            Sections, and that such information is communicated to the applicable installer.
            Cutting, fixing and ‘making good’ of the work of other Contractors, Subcontractors
            and trades and making up of lost time involved in failing to comply with this
            requirement shall be performed at no additional Cost to Owner.

8.10        Be responsible for coordinating products supplied in metric (SI) and imperial units
            into the overall layout.

8.11        Properly coordinate the work of the various Sections and trades, taking into account
            the existing installations to assure the best arrangement of pipes, conduits, ducts
            and mechanical, electrical and other equipment, in the available space. Under no
            circumstances will any extra payment be allowed due to the failure by the Contractor
            to coordinate the Work. If required, in critical locations, prepare interference and/or
            installation drawings showing the work of the various Sections as well as the existing
            installation, and submit these drawings to the Consultant for review before the
            commencement of Work.

8.12        Coordinate with mechanical and electrical trades to ensure protecting, supporting,
            disconnecting, cutting off, capping, diverting, relocating or removing of existing
            services in areas of Work before commencement of alteration work.

8.13        In case of damage to active services or utilities, notify Consultant and respective
            authorities immediately and make all required repairs under direction of Consultant
            and respective authorities. Carry out repairs to such damaged services and utilities
            continuously to completion, including working beyond regular working hours.

9           CUTTING AND PATCHING

9.1         Execute Work to avoid damage to other Work.

9.2         Execute cutting, fitting and patching including excavation and fill to complete the
            Work.

9.3         Employ appropriate trades with skilled labour to perform cutting Work.

9.4         Fit Work segments together, to integrate with penetrations through surfaces and with
            other Work.

9.5         Remove and replace defective and non-conforming Work.
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9.6         Do any drilling, cutting, fitting, patching and finishing that may be required to make
            the various classes and kinds of other Work fit together in a professional and finished
            manner. Make watertight connections with adjoining structures.

9.7         Provide openings in non-structural elements of Work for penetrations of mechanical
            and electrical Work.

9.8         Execute Work by methods to avoid damage to other Work and which will provide
            proper surfaces to receive patching and finishing.

9.9         Cut Products using proper equipment and methods. On rigid materials, use a
            masonry saw or core drill.

9.10        Where new Work connects with existing structures, cut, patch and make good
            existing work to match original condition.

9.11        Be responsible for correct formation and bridging of openings in structural walls as
            required.

9.12        Ensure compatibility between installed Products and the ensure security of
            installation.

9.13        Restore Work with new Products in accordance with requirements of the Contract
            Documents.

9.14        Fit Work airtight to pipes, sleeves, ducts, conduits and other penetrations through
            surfaces.

9.15        Properly prepare surfaces to receive patching and finishing.

9.16        Refinish surfaces to match adjacent finishes; for continuous surfaces refinish to
            nearest intersection; for an assembly, refinish entire unit.

10          FIRE RATINGS

10.1        Where a material, component or assembly is required to be fire rated, the fire rating
            shall be as determined or listed by one of the following testing authorities acceptable
            to the authorities having jurisdiction:

       .1   Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada.

       .2   Underwriters' Laboratories Inc.

       .3   Factory Mutual Laboratories.

       .4   The National Research Council of Canada.

       .5   The National Board of Fire Underwriters.
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       .6   Intertek Testing Services.

10.2        Where reference is made to only one testing authority an equivalent fire rating as
            determined or listed by another of the aforementioned testing authorities is
            acceptable if approved by authorities having jurisdiction. Obtain and submit such
            approval of authorities, in writing when requesting acceptance of a proposed
            equivalent rating or test design.

11          FIRE SEPARATIONS

11.1        Conform to following requirements to maintain continuity of fire separations whether
            or not shown on the Contract Drawings.

11.2        Fire separations may be pierced by openings for electrical and similar service outlets
            provided such boxes are non-combustible and are tightly fitted and sealed with a
            ULC approved sealant for the assembly being sealed.

11.3        Construction that abuts on or is supported by a non-combustible fire separation shall
            be constructed so that its collapse under fire conditions will not cause the collapse of
            the fire separation.

11.4        At penetration through fire rated walls, ceilings or floors, completely seal voids with
            ULC approved firestopping material; full thickness of the construction element. In
            locations that require a smoke seal, provide appropriate ULC approved system
            installed in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations.

12          CODES

12.1        Reference is made to standards in the specifications to establish minimum
            acceptable standards of materials, products and workmanship. Ensure that
            materials, products and workmanship meet or exceed requirements of the reference
            standards specified.

12.2        In the event of conflict between documents specified herein, execute the Work in
            accordance with the most stringent requirements.

13          STANDARDS

13.1        Where a material or product is specified in conjunction with a referenced standard,
            do not supply the material or product if it does not meet the requirements of the
            standard. Supply another specified material or product, or an acceptable material or
            product of other approved manufacture which does meet the requirements of the
            standard, at no additional cost to the Owner.
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13.2     Where no standard is referred to, provide materials, products and workmanship
         which meet requirements of the applicable standards of the Canadian Standards
         Association, Canadian General Standards Board, Standards Council of Canada,
         Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications (OPSS), Ontario Provincial Standard
         Drawings (OPSD) and the applicable building code. References to "Measurement
         for Payment" and "Basis of Payment" in OPSS standard documents are not
         applicable to this Contract.

13.3     If there is question as to whether a material, product or system is in conformance
         with applicable standards, the Consultant reserves the right to have such materials,
         products or systems tested to prove or disprove conformance. The cost for such
         testing will be paid by the Owner in the event of conformance with contract
         Documents Or by the Contractor in the event of non-conformance.

13.4     Where application, installation and workmanship standards are cited, it is intended
         that referenced standards form the basis for minimum requirements of the specified
         item and specifications supplement the standards unless specified otherwise.

13.5     Matters may be dealt with in part by these specifications which are also dealt with,
         under the same or similar headings in cited standard. It is not intended that these
         specifications take the place of the standards but supplement them, unless specified
         otherwise.

13.6     Where reference is made to manufacturer’s directions, instructions or specifications
         they shall include full information on storing, handling, preparing, mixing, installing,
         erecting, applying, or other matters concerning the materials pertinent to their use
         and their relationship to materials with which they are incorporated.

14       PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING

14.1     Attend a pre-construction meeting, arranged and conducted by the Consultant.

14.2     Co-ordinate and organize attendance by representatives of major Subcontractors
         and parties in contract with the Contractor.

14.3     Consultant will arrange attendance of other interested parties not responsible to the
         Contractor.

14.4     Consultant will distribute copies of Agenda prior to meeting.

14.5     Be prepared to provide specific information relative to agenda items as they are
         pertinent to the Contract.

14.6     Record minutes of meeting and distribute type written copies to all participants and
         other interested parties, within one week of meeting date.
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15          PROGRESS MEETINGS

15.1        Attend regularly scheduled progress meetings to be held on Site at times and dates
            that are mutually agreed to by the Owner, Consultant, and Contractor.

15.2        Co-ordinate and organize attendance of individual Subcontractors and material
            suppliers when requested. Relationships and discussions between Subcontractor
            participants are not the responsibility of the Consultant and do not form part of the
            meetings content.

15.3        Ensure that Contractor representatives in attendance at meetings have required
            authority to commit Contractor to actions agreed upon. Assign same persons to
            attend such meetings throughout the contract period.

15.4        Inform the Consultant in advance of meetings regarding all items to be added to the
            agenda.

15.5        Contractor will distribute copies of Agenda prior to meeting.

15.6        Be prepared to provide specific information relative to agenda items at each meeting
            as they are pertinent to the Contract.

15.7        Agenda will include but not be limited to the following topics as are pertinent to the
            Contract.

       .1   Review and agreement of previous minutes.

       .2   Construction safety.

       .3   Status of submittals.

       .4   Quality control.

       .5   Co-ordination.

       .6   Contract Schedule

       .7   Work plan up to next scheduled meeting.

       .8   Requests for information/clarification.

       .9   Contemplated changes.

15.8        Record minutes of meeting and distribute type written copies to all participants and
            other interested parties, within one week of meeting date.
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16          PRODUCT DATA

16.1        Before delivery of Products to the Site, submit Product data as specified in each
            section or as requested by the Consultant.

16.2        Submit manufacturer's Product data for systems, materials, and methods of
            installation proposed for use. Such literature shall identify systems, each
            component, and shall certify compliance of each component with applicable
            standards.

17          SAMPLES

17.1        Before delivery of Products to the Site, submit samples of Products as specified or
            as requested by the Consultant. Label samples as to origin and intended use in the
            Work and in accordance with the requirements of the Specification Sections.
            Samples must represent physical examples to illustrate materials, equipment or work
            quality and to establish standards by which completed Work is judged.

17.2        Ensure samples are of sufficient size and quantity, if not already specified, to
            illustrate:

       .1   The quality and functional characteristics of Products, with integrally related parts
            and attachment devices.

       .2   Full range of colours available.

17.3        Notify the Consultant in writing, at time of submission, of any deviations in samples
            from requirements of the Contract Documents, and state the reasons for such
            deviations.

17.4        Identify samples with Project name, Contract number, date, Contractor's name,
            number and description.

17.5        If samples are not acceptable, both samples will be returned. If samples are
            acceptable, one sample will be so indicated and returned. Be responsible for the
            cost of samples that are not accepted and for resubmission of samples.

17.6        Acceptable samples shall serve as a model against which the products incorporated
            in the work shall be judged.

17.7        Each Product incorporated in the Work shall be precisely the same in all details as
            the acceptable sample.

17.8        Should there be any change from the accepted sample, submit in writing for approval
            of the revised characteristics and resubmit samples of the Product for approval if
            requested.

17.9        When samples are very large, require assembly, or require evaluation at the Site,
            they may be delivered to the Site, but only with approval and as directed.
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18          SHOP DRAWINGS

18.1        Arrange for the preparation of shop drawings as called for in the Contract
            Documents or as requested by the Consultant. The Contractor and each
            Subcontractor shall operate as experts in their respective fields and all shop
            drawings and samples shall conform to the requirements of the Contract Documents.

18.2        The term ?shop drawings” means drawings, diagrams, schematics, illustrations,
            schedules, performance charts, brochures and other data which are required to
            illustrate details of the Work.

18.3        In addition to shop drawings specified in the specification sections, submit shop
            drawings required by jurisdictional authorities in accordance with their requirements.

18.4        Shop drawings shall indicate the following minimum criteria and any additional
            criteria indicated in the individual specification sections requiring shop drawings:

       .1   Clear and obvious notes of any proposed changes from the Contract Documents.

       .2   Fabrication and erection dimension.

       .3   Provisions for allowable construction tolerances and deflections provided for live
            loading.

       .4   Details to indicate construction arrangements of the parts and their connections, and
            interconnections with other work.

       .5   Location and type of anchors and exposed fastenings.

       .6   Materials, physical dimensions including thicknesses, and finishes.

       .7   Descriptive names of equipment.

       .8   Information to verify that superimposed loads will not affect function, appearance,
            and safety of the work detailed as well as of interconnection work.

       .9   Assumed design loadings, and dimensions and material specifications for load-
            bearing members.

18.5        Include in shop drawing submissions detailed information, templates, and installation
            instructions required for incorporation and connection of the Work.
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18.6         Before submitting to the Consultant, review all shop drawings to verify that the
             Products illustrated therein conform to the Contract Documents. By this review, the
             Contractor agrees that it has determined and verified all field dimensions, field
             construction criteria, materials, catalogue numbers and similar data and that it has
             checked and coordinated each shop drawing with the requirements of the Work and
             of the Contract Documents. The Contractor's review of each shop drawing shall be
             indicated by stamp, date and signature of a qualified and responsible person
             possessing the appropriate authorization.

18.7         Be responsible for dimensions to be confirmed and correlated at the Site, for
             information that pertains solely to fabrication processes or to techniques of
             construction and installation and for coordination of the Work of all subtrades.

18.8         Submit shop drawings for the Consultant's review with reasonable promptness and
             in orderly sequence so as to cause no delay in the Work nor in the work of Other
             Contractors. At the time of submission, notify the Consultant in writing of any
             deviations in the shop drawings from the requirements of the Contract Documents.
             The Contractor will be held responsible for changes made from the Contract
             Documents which are not indicated or otherwise communicated in writing with the
             submission.

18.9         Drawings submitted by the Contractor as required herein are the property of the
             Owner who may use and duplicate such drawings where required in association with
             the Work.

18.10        Submit shop drawings, as indicated in each section of the Work, signed and sealed
             by a licensed Professional Engineer registered in the place of the Work.

18.11        Shop drawings shall have distinct, uniform letters, numerals and line thicknesses that
             will ensure the production of clear legible prints and also facilitate microfilming and
             reduced reproduction.

18.12        Submissions shall be 3 prints of each sheet folded into 216 mm x 280 mm size with
             title block appearing on outside. Where possible, provide submissions in electronic
             (PDF) format. However, in instances where catalogue items are specified, three
             clean copies of the manufacturer's catalogue may be submitted.

18.13        Shop drawings shall contain the following identification:

        .1   Project name and Contract number.

        .2   Applicable 5-digit Contract Specification number describing the item.

        .3   Location (unit, level, room number, etc.).

        .4   Name of equipment or Product.

        .5   Name of Subcontractor or supplier.
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        .6   Signature of Contractor certifying that Shop drawing is in conformance with Contract
             Documents.

        .7   On submissions subsequent to the first, the following additional identification:
             .1    The revision number.
             .2    Identification of the item(s) revised.

18.14        Dimensions and designations of elements shall be shown in the same system of
             measurement used on the applicable Contract Drawings.

18.15        The Consultant reserves the right to refuse acceptance of drawing submissions not
             meeting the above requirements.

18.16        The Consultant's review will be for conformity to the design concept and for general
             arrangement only and such review shall not relieve the Contractor of responsibility
             for errors or omissions in the shop drawings or of responsibility for meeting all
             requirements of the Contract Documents unless a deviation on the shop drawings
             has been approved in writing by the Consultant. Review does not mean that
             Consultant approves detail inherent in shop drawings, responsibility which shall
             remain with Contractor submitting same.

18.17        The Contractor shall make any changes in shop drawings which the Consultant may
             require consistent with the Contract Documents and re-submit unless otherwise
             directed by the Consultant. When re-submitting the shop drawings, the Contractor
             shall notify the Consultant in writing of any revisions other than those requested by
             the Consultant.

18.18        Only drawings noted for revision and resubmission need be resubmitted.

18.19        File one copy of each submitted shop drawing at the Site.

19           CERTIFICATES

19.1         Submit certificates that are required by authorities having jurisdiction or that are
             requested in the specification sections.

19.2         Clearly show on each certification the name and location of the Work, name and
             address of Contractor, quantity and date of shipment and delivery and name of
             certifying company.

19.3         Certificates shall verify that Products and/or methods meet the specified
             requirements and shall include test reports of acceptable testing laboratories to
             validate certificates.

19.4         Submit certificates in duplicate and signed by an authorized representative of the
             certifying company.
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20          WARRANTIES

20.1        Submit extended warranties as requested in sections of the Specifications showing
            title and address of Contract, warranty commencement date and duration of
            warranty.

20.2        Extended warranties shall commence on termination of the standard warranty
            specified in the conditions of the contract and shall be an extension of these
            provisions. Clearly indicate what is being warranted and what remedial action is to
            be taken under the warranty. Ensure warranty bears the signature and seal of the
            Contractor.

20.3        Submit each extended warranty on a form that is acceptable to the Owner and
            Consultant.

21          INSPECTION AND TEST REPORTS

21.1        Submit inspection and test reports as specified in the Sections of the specifications
            for “Source Quality Control” and “Field Quality Control” within 3 working days of
            inspection or testing. If immediate action is required by the Contractor or Consultant
            inform the Consultant immediately and submit inspection and testing report within
            one working day.

21.2        Submit 3 copies of reports submitted with certificates of compliance indicating but
            not limited to the following:

       .1   Project name and number.

       .2   Date of inspection or test and date report is issued.

       .3   Name and address of inspection and testing company.

       .4   Name and signature of inspector or tester.

       .5   Identification of Product and Specification Section covering inspected or tested work.

       .6   Specified requirements for which the inspection or testing was performed and results
            of inspections or tests.

       .7   Location of inspection or from which tested material was derived.

       .8   Overview of inspection and testing methods and procedures.

       .9   Remarks and observations on compliance with Contract Documents.

21.3        Inspection and test reports shall be signed by a responsible officer of the inspection
            and testing company.
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22          SCHEDULES

22.1        Be responsible for planning and scheduling of the Work. As a minimum, prepare
            and update the following schedules:

       .1   Contract Schedule.

       .2   Detailed Construction Schedule.

22.2        Be responsible for ensuring that Subcontractors plan and schedule their respective
            portions of the Work. Subcontractor's schedules shall form part of the above
            mentioned schedules.

22.3        Contract Schedule:

       .1   Prepare and submit the Contract Schedule within two weeks following award of
            Contract. This schedule, once it is reviewed by the Consultant and if it meets the
            Consultant's project requirements, will become contractual.

       .2   The Contract Schedule shall be developed using a logic network technique for
            planning and scheduling.

       .3   The Contract Schedule shall be submitted for approval in its optimum levelled form.
            This presentation may be in either a time scaled network or a bar chart form. It shall
            be subdivided into either work areas or systems as applicable.

       .4   The Contract Schedule shall include the following information:
            .1    Starting and ending dates of each activity including the float periods;
            .2    Manpower requirements for each activity;
            .3    Interdependency with activities of other Contractors;
            .4    Dates specified in the Contract Documents;
            .5    Dates on which specific data will be required for submittal, i.e., Vendor data,
                  drawings for review, etc.

       .5   This schedule shall be reviewed and updated monthly by the Contractor so as to
            reflect any Contract changes as well as major changes to the schedule.

22.4        Detailed Construction Schedule:

       .1   Prepare and submit a detailed construction schedule within two weeks of final review
            and acceptance of the Contract Schedule. This schedule, once it is reviewed and
            accepted by the Consultant, will be updated and submitted monthly with the Contract
            Schedule and weekly once the Contractor starts on Site.

       .2   This schedule shall cover the construction period. It will show, in detail, activities on
            a daily basis indicating durations, manpower and constraints. The activities shown
            on this schedule shall further clarify or detail the activities shown on the Contract
            Schedule.
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       .3   The detailed construction schedule shall be presented in a bar chart form.

23          CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

23.1        The Contractor will be required to use the Consultant’s web-based contract
            administration program “Rform” by Re-Form Technologies Ltd. (www.rform.ca).

23.2        The program Rform will be used for issuing RFI’s, Supplemental Instructions,
            Proposed Change Orders, Change Orders, Change Directives, Progress Claims,
            Certificates of Payment, Shop Drawing and Submittals, and other forms as may be
            required. Rform will also be used to track Contract Administration documents issued
            with automatically generated log forms.

23.3        The Contractor will be provided with a free tutorial on the access and operation of
            the system in the event they are not familiar with Rform.

23.4        Rform does not require signatures for the approval of documents. The Contractor
            and the Owner hereby agree that the Owner’s selection of the “ACCEPT” function of
            the electronic form of Change Order as issued by the Consultant on the web-based
            Rform system is equivalent to having a hard copy of the Change Order signed by the
            Owner, and that this meets the conditions of GC 6.2.2 of the CCDC2-2008 Stipulated
            Price Contract.

23.5        Rform is a free service to the Contractor, and does not require the Contractor to pay
            any setup or services fees.

24          INSPECTION AND TESTING

24.1        Be responsible for inspection and testing as required by the Contract Documents,
            statutes, regulations, by-laws, standards or codes or any other jurisdictional
            authority. Give the Consultant timely notice of the readiness for inspection, date and
            time for such inspection for attendance by the Consultant.

24.2        Verify by certification that specified products meet the requirements of reference
            standards specified in the applicable specification sections.

24.3        Conduct testing, balancing and adjusting of equipment and systems specified in
            applicable mechanical and electrical specifications sections by independent testing
            company.

24.4        Source And Field Quality Control specified in Other Sections:

       .1   This Section includes requirements for performance of inspection and testing
            specified under Source Quality Control and Field Quality Control in other Sections of
            the specifications.
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       .2   Do not include in work of this Section responsibilities and procedures that relate
            solely to an inspection and testing company's functions that are specified in another
            Section which is paid for directly by the Owner. Such information is included in this
            Section for Contractor's information only.

24.5        Do not limit responsibility for ensuring that products and execution of the work meet
            Contract requirements, and inspection and testing required to this end, to specified
            inspection and testing.

25          TOLERANCES FOR INSTALLATION OF WORK

25.1        Unless specifically indicated otherwise, Work shall be installed plumb, level, square
            and straight.

25.2        Unless acceptable tolerances are otherwise specified in specification sections or are
            otherwise required for proper functioning of equipment, site services, and
            mechanical and electrical systems:
       .1   "Plumb and level" shall mean plumb or level within 1 mm in 1 m.
       .2   "Square" shall mean not in excess of 10 seconds lesser or greater than 90 degrees.
       .3   "Straight" shall mean within 1 mm under a 1 m long straightedge.
       .4   "Flush" shall mean within:
            .1      1 mm for interior concrete and similar surfaces.
            .2      0.05 mm for other interior surfaces.

25.3        Allowable tolerances shall not be cumulative.

26          DEFECTS

26.1        Defective products, materials and workmanship found at any time prior to Contract
            Completion will be rejected regardless of previous inspections, testing, and reviews
            of the Work. Inspections, testing, and reviews shall not relieve the Contractor from
            their responsibility, but are a precaution against oversight or error. Remove and
            replace defective and rejected products, materials, systems, and workmanship. Be
            responsible for delays and expenses caused by rejection.

27          TEMPORARY CONTROLS

27.1        Provide temporary enclosures as required to protect the building in it’s entirety or in
            it’s parts, against the elements, to maintain environmental conditions required for
            work within the enclosure, and to prevent damage to materials stored within.

27.2        Prevent unauthorized entry to the Site. Barricade, guard or lock access points to the
            satisfaction of the Consultant and post "NO TRESPASSING" signs.

27.3        Install signs for movement of people around Work Site as required and directed by
            the Consultant.
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27.4        Provide secure, rigid guide rails and barricades around Open shafts, open stair
            wells, open edges of floors and roofs as required for protection of Work, workers,
            and the public.

27.5        Remove barriers, building enclosures, guide rails and barricades upon Contract
            Completion unless otherwise noted on the Contract Drawings or as directed by the
            Consultant.

28          TEMPORARY WORKS

28.1        Installation and Removal: Provide temporary utilities, facilities and controls in order
            to execute the Work expeditiously. Remove from Site all such Work after use.

28.2        Temporary Power and Lighting Systems:

       .1   Owner’s power, 120V 15 amp service can be used for the work of this Contract.
            Supply, install and maintain electrical power and necessary electrical equipment
            beyond that provided by the Owner. Extension cords shall be GFI type.

       .2   Provide temporary lighting of adequate intensity to illuminate construction activities.

       .3   Make all necessary arrangements for and pay all costs for additional electrical power
            not of sufficient capacity to supply temporary lighting, operation of power tools, and
            equipment for all construction, implementation, and inspection and testing purposes.
            Supply and install necessary temporary cables and other electrical equipment and
            make all temporary connections as required.

       .4   Temporary power distribution wiring shall comply with Ontario Hydro Electrical Safety
            Code. Obtain inspection certificates for temporary electrical work.

       .5   Maintain the lighting systems in operation during the life of the Contract. Replace
            burned or missing lamps immediately.

       .6   Upon Contract Completion, remove electrical plant and temporary lighting from the
            Site.

       .7   Pay all costs for electrical energy consumed prior to Contract Completion.

28.3        Water Supply:

       .1   Owner’s water supply can be used for the work of this Contract, Provide and
            maintain all temporary lines, extensions and hoses as required. Remove all
            temporary connections and lines on completion of the Work and make good any
            damage.

28.4        Temporary Heating:

       .1   Provide temporary heating required during construction period, including attendance,
            maintenance and fuel.
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       .2   Construction heaters used inside buildings must be vented to the outside or be flame
            less type. Solid fuel salamanders are not permitted.

       .3   Maintain temperatures of minimum 10oC in areas where construction is in progress
            unless otherwise indicated in the Contract Documents. Protect exposed and
            adjacent services from freezing. Repair at no cost to the Owner any such services,
            buildings or other utilities disrupted by freezing.

       .4   Ventilate heated areas and keep structures free from exhaust combustion gases.

       .5   The permanent heating system of the building or portions thereof may be used when
            available only upon written permission by Consultant.

28.5        Washrooms will be available in the basement of the Hamilton building. Washrooms
            must be maintained and cleaned on a daily basis.

28.6        Contractor is responsible to provide crane as required to crane equipment and
            materials as necessary.

28.7        Necessary clean up shall be completed and must provide own tools and supplies as
            required.

29          PROTECTION

29.1        Protection of Public Area: Protect surrounding private and public property from
            damage during performance of the Work.

29.2        Protection of Building Finishes and Equipment:

       .1   Provide protection for existing structure, finished and partially finished building
            finishes, waterproofing systems, and equipment during performance of the Work.

       .2   Cover Owner's equipment and plant within the Site with 6 mil PVC sheet, or equal,
            taped to make it dust-tight. Equipment and existing work moved or altered to
            facilitate construction, movement of Products or equipment shall be stored, protected
            with dust-tight covers and subsequently returned to its original location.

       .3   Obtain approval from the Consultant prior to the installation of temporary supporting
            devices into existing roof, ceiling, or wall members for the erecting of equipment or
            machinery. Repair roof, ceiling, and wall members used for this purpose to the
            satisfaction of the Consultant.

       .4   Provide necessary screens, covers and hoarding as required.

       .5   Any Products or equipment damaged while carrying out the Work shall be restored
            with new Products or equipment matching the original equipment. Damage shall
            include harm resulting from all construction work, such as falling objects, wheel and
            foot traffic, failure to remove debris, operation of machinery and equipment, and
            scaffolding and hoisting operations.
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29.3        Fire Protection:

       .1   Take precautions to prevent fires. Provide and maintain temporary fire protection
            equipment of a type appropriate to the hazard anticipated in accordance with
            authorities having jurisdiction, governing codes, regulations, by-laws and to the
            satisfaction of the Consultant and insurance authorities.

       .2   Open burning of rubbish is not permitted on the Site.

30          SUBSTITUTIONS

30.1        Requests for substitutions will not be accepted after 7 days prior to Tender Closing
            and prior to the Notification of Award. Substitutions will be considered by the
            Consultant provided that:

       .1   The proposed substitutions have been investigated and complete data are submitted
            in accordance with the Specifications.

       .2   Data relating to changes in the Contract Schedule, if any, and relation to other Work
            have been submitted.

       .3   Same warranty is given for the substitution as for the original Product specified.

       .4   All claims are waived for additional costs related to the substitution which may
            subsequently arise.

       .5   Installation of the accepted substitution is co-ordinated into the Work and that full
            responsibility is assumed when substitutions affect other work. Make any necessary
            changes required to complete the Work. Revisions to the drawings for incorporation
            of the substitutions shall be made by the Consultant and all costs associated with the
            revisions shall be borne by the Contractor.

30.2        Substitutions to methods or process described in the Specifications or drawings, may
            be proposed for the consideration of the Consultant. Ensure that such substitutions
            are in accordance with the following requirements:

       .1   Time spent by the Consultant in evaluating the substitution shall not be the basis for
            a claim by the Contractor for extensions to the Contract Time.

       .2   Clearly indicate how the proposed substitutions would be advantageous to the
            Owner or in the opinion of the Contractor would improve the operation of the
            installation.

       .3   Be responsible for substitutions to methods or processes concerning such Work and
            ensure that the warranty covering all parts of the Work will not be affected.

       .4   The cost of all changes in the work of Other Contractors, necessitated by the
            substituted methods or processes, if accepted, is borne by the Contractor.
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       .5   The substituted methods or processes fit into space allotted for the specified
            methods or processes. Revisions to the drawings for incorporation of the
            substitutions shall be made by the Consultant and all costs associated with the
            revisions shall be borne by the Contractor.

30.3        Substitutions will not be considered if:

       .1   They are indicated or implied on shop drawings or Product data without formal
            request.
       .2   Acceptance will require substantial revision of the Specifications and Drawings.

30.4        Do not substitute Products or methods or processes into the Work unless such
            substitutions have been specifically approved for the Work by the Consultant.

30.5        Approved substituted Products shall be subject to the Consultant's inspection and
            testing procedures. Approved substituted Products shall only be installed after
            receipt of the Consultant's written approval.

30.6        The Contract Price will be adjusted accordingly to any and all credits arising from the
            substitutions mentioned above.

31          APPROVAL OF PRODUCTS AND INSTALLATION METHODS

31.1        Wherever in the Specifications it is specified that Products and installation methods
            shall meet approval of Authorities having Jurisdiction, underwriters, the Consultant,
            or others, such approval shall be in writing.

32          AVAILABILITY

32.1        If delays in supply of Products are foreseeable, notify the Consultant of such, in
            order that remedial action may be authorized in ample time to prevent delay in
            performance of Work.

32.2        In the event of failure to notify the Consultant at commencement of Work and should
            it subsequently appear that Work may be delayed for such reason, the Consultant
            reserves the right to direct the Contractor to take the following measures at no
            increase in Contract Price:

       .1   Substitute more readily available Products of similar or better quality and character,
            or

       .2   Temporarily install another Product until such time as the specified Product becomes
            available, at which time the temporarily installed product shall be removed and the
            specified Product installed.
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33       DELIVERY, STORAGE, HANDLING AND PROTECTION

33.1     Be responsible for handling and delivery of Products. Protect Products from damage
         during handling, storage and installation. Deliver store and handle items in
         accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and as specified. Be responsible for all
         costs of delivery, loading and off-loading, and for transportation back to its origin for
         correction, if required, due to damage or defect. Reject materials and Products
         delivered to the Site which are damaged.

33.2     Manufacture, pack, ship, deliver, and handle Products so that no damage occurs to
         structural qualities and finish appearance, nor in any other way which is detrimental
         to their function and appearance.

33.3     Ensure that Products, while transported, are not exposed to an environment which
         would increase their moisture content beyond the maximum specified.

33.4     Organize delivery of materials, Products and equipment to, and removal of debris
         and equipment from, the site and surrounding property.

33.5     Schedule early delivery of Products to enable Work to be executed without delay.
         Before delivery, arrange for receiving at the Place of the Work.

33.6     Shop assemble work for delivery to Site in size easily handled and to ensure
         passage through building openings.

33.7     Deliver packaged Products, in original unopened wrapping or containers, with
         manufacturer's seals and labels intact.

33.8     Label packaged products to describe contents, quantity, and other information as
         specified.

33.9     Labels attesting that materials conform to specified reference standards will be
         acceptable as verification that contents meet specified requirements. In the absence
         of labels, submit affidavits to validate conformance of Product to reference
         standards, as requested by the Consultant.

33.10    Label fire-rated Products to indicate Underwriters' Laboratories approval.

33.11    Handle and store materials and products in such a manner that no damage is
         caused to the materials and products, the Work, the Site and surrounding property.

33.12    Locate products on Site in a manner to cause minimal interference with the Work
         and building activities.

33.13    Store Products off the ground, in a manner to prevent damage, adulteration,
         deterioration and soiling to the Products, other building components, assemblies,
         other products, the structure, the Site and surrounding property, and in accordance
         with manufacturer's instructions when applicable.
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33.14        Store packaged or bundled Products in original and undamaged condition complete
             with written application instructions. Keep manufacturer's seals and labels intact. Do
             not remove from packaging or bundling until required in the Work.

33.15        Do not place or store materials and Products in corridors, public areas, streets,
             lanes, passageways or similar locations.

33.16        Store Products so as not to create any overloading conditions to any part of the
             building, structure, falsework, form work and scaffolding.

33.17        Store Products subject to damage from weather in weatherproof enclosures.

33.18        Store sheet materials and lumber on flat, solid supports and keep clear of ground.
             Slope to shed moisture.

33.19        Store and handle flammable liquids and other hazardous materials in approved
             safety containers and as otherwise prescribed by safety authorities. Store no
             flammable liquids or other hazardous material in bulk within the Work.

33.20        Store and mix paints in a heated and ventilated room or area assigned for this
             purpose. Keep this room or area locked when unattended. Remove oily rags and
             other combustible debris from the Place of the Work daily. Take every precaution
             necessary to prevent spontaneous combustion.

33.21        Protect prefinished metal surfaces by protective coatings or wrappings until time of
             final cleanup. Protection shall be easily removable without damage to finishes. Do
             not permit strippable tape or coatings to become baked on surfaces which they
             protect.

33.22        Touch-up damaged factory finished surfaces to Consultant's satisfaction. Use primer
             and paint to match original.

33.23        Protect surfaces of completed work exposed to view from staining, disfigurement and
             all other damage by restriction of access or by use of physical means suitable for the
             material and surface location.

33.24        Protect finished flooring from continuing construction work and delivery of products
             with plywood panels of minimum 6 mm thickness with joints between panels sealed
             with reinforced pressure sensitive tape. Maintain protection in place until work and
             deliveries are complete.

33.25        Make good or replace damaged materials to the satisfaction of the Consultant.

33.26        Hazardous Materials Information:

        .1   Comply with requirements of Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
             (WHMIS) regarding use, handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials; and
             regarding labelling and provision of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) in
             accordance with jurisdictional authorities.
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       .2   Deliver copies of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to the Consultant on all
            Products intended for use in the Work and designated as a "controlled product."

34          MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS

34.1        Unless otherwise indicated in the Specifications, fabricate, install, apply, connect,
            install, erect, use, clean, and condition Products in accordance with manufacturer's
            instructions except where more stringent requirements are specified. Do not rely on
            labels or enclosures provided with Products. Obtain written instructions directly from
            manufacturers.

34.2        Notify the Consultant in writing, of conflicts between the Specifications and
            manufacturer's instructions, so that the Consultant may establish the course of
            action. If requested, make a copy of those instructions available at the Site.

34.3        In cases of improper installation or erection of Products, due to failure in complying
            with these requirements, the Consultant may direct removal and re-installation at no
            increase in Contract Price.

35          WORKMANSHIP

35.1        Workmanship shall be the best quality, executed by workers experienced and skilled
            in the respective duties for which they are employed. Immediately notify the
            Consultant if required Work is such as to make it impractical to produce required
            results.

35.2        Do not employ any unfit person or anyone unskilled in their required duties. The
            Consultant reserves the right to require the dismissal from the Place of the Work,
            workers deemed incompetent, careless, insubordinate or otherwise objectionable.

35.3        Decisions as to the quality or fitness of workmanship in cases of dispute rest solely
            with the Consultant, whose decision is final.

35.4        Give particular attention to finished dimensions and elevations of the Work. Make
            finished Work fit indicated spaces accurately. Make finished Work flush, plumb, true
            to lines and levels and accurate in all respects.

35.5        In finished areas, conceal pipes, ducts, conduit and wiring in floors, walls, ceilings,
            chases, or behind furring except where indicated otherwise.

35.6        Ensure that service poles, fill-pipes, vents, regulators, metres and similar service
            installations are located in inconspicuous locations. If not indicated on drawings,
            verify location of service installations with Consultant prior to commencing
            installation.

35.7        Ensure that integrity of fire separations is maintained where they are penetrated.
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35.8        Keep surfaces, on which finished materials will be applied, free from grease, oil, and
            other contamination which would be detrimental in any way to the application of
            finish materials.

35.9        Enforce fire prevention methods at site. Do not permit fires, open flame heating
            devices or accumulation or debris. Use flammable materials only if all safety
            precautions are taken. Provide and maintain in working order ULC labelled fire
            extinguishers of types suitable for fire hazard in each case, and locate them in
            prominent location and to approval of jurisdictional authorities.

35.10       Where flammable materials are being applied, ensure that adequate ventilation is
            provided, spark-proof equipment is used, and smoking and open flames are
            prohibited.

36          DIMENSIONS

36.1        Check all dimensions at the Site before fabrication and installation commences and
            report discrepancies to the Consultant.

36.2        Where dimensions are not available before fabrication commences, ensure that
            dimensions required are agreed upon between the parties concerned.

36.3        Prior to commencing work, ensure that clearances required by jurisdictional
            authorities can be maintained

36.4        Wall thicknesses and openings shown on the drawings may be nominal only;
            ascertain actual sizes at the Site.

36.5        Verify dimensions of shop fabricated portions of the Work at the Site before shop
            drawings and fabrications are commenced. The Owner will not accept claims for
            extra expense by reason of non-compliance with this requirement.

36.6        Fabricate and erect manufactured items, shop fabricated items, and items fabricated
            on or off site, to suit site dimensions and site conditions.

36.7        In areas where equipment is to be installed, check dimensional data on equipment to
            ensure that area and equipment dimensions are compatible with necessary access
            and clearance provided. Ensure that equipment supplied is dimensionally suitable
            for space provided.

36.8        Leave areas clear where space is indicated to be reserved for future equipment,
            including access to such future equipment.

36.9        Whether shown on the Drawings or not, leave adequate space and provision for
            servicing of equipment and removal and reinstallation of replaceable items such as
            motors, coils and tubes.
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37       EXPANSION, CONTRACTION, AND DEFLECTION

37.1     Conform to manufacturer’s recommended installation temperatures. If items,
         components, assemblies, systems, and finishes are installed at temperatures
         different from operation or service temperatures, make provisions for expansion and
         contraction in service as acceptable to manufacturer and consultant. Repair all
         resulting damage should expansion provisions provide inadequate.

37.2     Make provisions for expansion and contraction due to temperature changes within
         components, Products and assemblies, and between adjacent components,
         Products and assemblies, and due to building movements including but not limited to
         creep, column shortening, deflection, sway and twist. Ensure provisions for
         expansion, contraction and building movements prevent damages from occurring to
         and within components, Products and assemblies.

37.3     Make adequate allowance at wall and partition heads for deflection of the structure
         above. Determine requirements from Consultant where additional information is
         required. Where partitions butt to underside of floor assembly, or structural framing,
         the clearance shall be based on the span of the members supporting the floor or
         structural framing. In making such allowance use methods which maintain the
         integrity of the wall or partition as a sound, and/or fire barrier.

37.4     Make provisions in pipes, plenums, ducts and vessels containing air and fluids as is
         necessary to prevent damage due to fluid and air induced pressure, surges and
         vibrations, to pipes, plenums, ducts and vessels and to adjacent components,
         assemblies and construction to which pipes, ducts, plenums and vessels are
         attached or pass through.

38       DIELECTRIC SEPARATION

38.1     Ensure that a dielectric separator is provided in a permanent manner over entire
         contact surfaces to prevent electrolytic action (galvanic corrosion) between dissimilar
         materials. Similarly, prevent corrosion to aluminum in contact with alkaline materials
         such as contained in cementitious materials.

39       FASTENINGS

39.1     Include in the work of each section necessary fastenings, anchors, inserts,
         attachment accessories, and adhesives. Where installation of devices is in work or
         other sections, deliver and locate devices in ample time for installation.

39.2     Do not install fibre, plastic or wood plugs or blocking for fastenings in concrete, or
         metal construction, unless specified or indicated on drawings.

39.3     Install work with fastenings or adhesives in sufficient quantity to ensure permanent
         secure anchorage of materials, construction, components and equipment under
         static conditions, and to resist building thermal movement, creep and vibration.
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39.4        Provide metal fastenings and accessories in same material, texture, colour, sheen
            and finish as metal on which they occur, unless indicated otherwise.

39.5        Prevent electrolytic action between dissimilar metals and materials.

39.6        Use non-corrosive hot dip galvanized steel fasteners and anchors for securing
            exterior Work, and where attached to, or contained within, exterior walls and slabs,
            unless stainless steel or other material is specified. Leave steel anchors bare where
            cast in concrete.

39.7        Space anchors within their load limit or shear capacity and ensure they provide
            positive permanent anchorage. Wood, or any other organic material plugs are not
            acceptable.

39.8        Conceal fasteners where indicated. Keep exposed fastenings to a minimum, space
            evenly and in an organized symmetrical pattern.

39.9        Fastenings which cause spalling or cracking of material to which anchorage is made
            are not acceptable.

40          ADJUSTING

40.1        Ensure that all components of assemblies fit snugly, accurately and in true planes,
            and that moving parts operate positively and freely, without binding and scraping.

40.2        Verify that work functions properly and adjust it accordingly to ensure satisfactory
            operation. Lubricate Products as recommended by manufacturer.

41          DEMONSTRATION AND INSPECTION OF PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS

41.1        Arrange for a demonstration of systems and operating Products upon the 100%
            completion of their installation and prior to certification for Substantial Performance.

41.2        Include in the arrangements for the attendance of the Consultant, Owner,
            jurisdictional authorities, and personnel assigned by the Owner for the operation of
            the systems and/or Products.

41.3        Demonstrations shall be conducted by the Subcontractor responsible for the
            installation of the systems and/or Product, assisted by representatives of the
            manufacturer or supplier. All personnel conducting the demonstration shall be
            completely knowledgeable of all conditions of the operating, functioning and
            maintenance of the systems and/or Products.

41.4        Owner's representative will acknowledge the successful completion of each
            demonstration on a form provided by the Contractor. The form shall be agreed to by
            the Owner, Consultant and Contractor prior to demonstration and testing.
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41.5        Submit copies of letters from manufacturers of Systems and/or Products before
            making application for certificate of Substantial Performance to verify that the
            Products has been installed and connected correctly, and that it is operating in a
            satisfactory manner. The certification shall be based upon inspection and testing of
            the Products by competent technical personnel. Include in letter of certification the
            names of personnel conducting the testing and inspection, the methods of
            inspection utilized, and the location in the building of the Products certified.

41.6        Following submission of letters of certification and their acceptance by the Owner,
            the owner shall have the right to use the Products on a trial basis and for instructing
            their personnel in its use.

42          FINAL INSPECTIONS AND CLOSE OUT

42.1        Submit proposed closeout procedures and schedule of inspection to Consultant for
            approval before final demonstrations and inspections commence.

42.2        Arrange for, conduct and document final demonstrations, inspections, close-out and
            take-over at completion of the Work in accordance with procedures described in
            OAA/OGCA TAKE-OVER PROCEDURES, OAA/OGCA Document No. 100. Where
            "Architect" is referred to in Document No. 100 it shall mean Consultant.

43          GARBAGE DISPOSAL AND CLEANUP

43.1        The Owner will provide waste containers for general waste only. The Contractor and
            Subtrades shall be responsible for removal and disposal of redundant equipment
            and associated materials/piping/etc., and will provide their own waste containers for
            such use.

43.2        No hazardous or contaminated waste material shall be placed in Owner’s waste
            containers and Subtrades shall make their own arrangements for the disposal off site
            of any such material resulting from performance of their work.

43.3        Remove all regular waste material and debris from their work areas and deposit in
            the waste containers at the end of each working day. Any clean up work not
            performed as requested will be carried out by the Owner with all resultant costs
            being charged to the Subtrade.

44          CLEANING

44.1        Progress cleaning:

       .1   Remove from finish work, spatters, droppings, soil, labels, and debris, before they
            set up.

       .2   Ensure that only cleaning materials are used which are recommended for the
            purpose by both the manufacturer of the surface to be cleaned and of the cleaning
            material.
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       .3   Maintain building work areas "broom clean" at least on a daily basis, but cleaning
            shall also be done immediately before finishing work.

       .4   No waste material may be burned or buried at site. Remove waste as often as
            required to avoid accumulation, no less than, at the end of each working day.

       .5   Remove packaging materials and debris from the site immediately product and
            equipment is unwrapped or uncrated.

       .6   Do not allow waste material and debris to accumulate in an unsightly or hazardous
            manner. Sprinkle dusty accumulations with water. Provide containers in which to
            collect waste material and debris. Dispose of hazardous products in accordance
            with requirements of jurisdictional authorities.

       .7   Ensure that cleaning operations are scheduled to avoid deposits of dust or other
            foreign matter on surfaces during finishing work and until wet or tacky surfaces are
            cured.

       .8   Provide instructions for final cleaning of finishing work, and for inclusion in
            Maintenance and Operating Manuals.

44.2        Final cleaning:

       .1   In addition to requirements for progress cleaning, Work shall include final cleaning by
            skilled cleaning specialists on completion of construction.

       .2   Remove temporary protections and make good defects before commencement of
            final cleaning.

       .3   Final cleaning shall remove dust, stains, paint spots, soil, grease, fingerprints, and
            accumulations of construction materials, interior and exterior to the building for all
            new work throughout new and existing Building. Work shall be done in accordance
            with manufacturer's instructions for each material. This work shall include:
            .1      Vacuum cleaning of ceilings, walls and floors.
            .2      Cleaning of hardware, mechanical fixtures, lighting fixtures, cover plates, and
                    equipment.

       .4   Maintain cleaning until Owner has taken possession of building or portions thereof.

45          PROGRESS RECORDS

45.1        Maintain on site, permanent written records of daily progress of the Work. Records
            shall be open to review by Consultant and Owner at all times and a copy shall be
            furnished to Consultant on a weekly basis.

45.2        Records shall show dates of commencement, progress and completion of various
            trades and items of work. Particulars pertaining to number of employees of various
            trades and type and quantity of equipment employed daily, temperature, protection
            methods and other such data shall be noted.
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46       RECORD DRAWINGS

46.1     Authorized deviations from drawings shall be marked in red accurately on one set of
         drawing prints in a neat, legibly printed manner and shall be dated. Prior to final
         inspection, neatly transfer the recorded information to a second set of drawing prints
         of the most recent revision to the drawings and submit both sets to the Consultant.

46.2     Maintain record drawings up to date as Work progresses. Status of maintained
         record drawings may be considered as a condition for validation of applications for
         payment.

46.3     Identify each record drawing as "Contract Record Copy" and maintain the record
         drawings in good condition. Make record drawings available to the Consultant at all
         times.

46.4     Record drawings shall include accurate dimensioned record of deviations and
         changes in Work from drawings.

46.5     Record drawings shall be signed and dated by Contractor.

46.6     Submit record drawing to Consultant for review and make corrections as directed by
         Consultant.

46.7     Record accurately all deviations in the Work.

46.8     Accurately record locations of concealed structure, mechanical and electrical
         services and similar Work not clearly in view, the location of which is required for
         maintenance, alteration Work and future additions. Do not conceal such Work until
         the location has been recorded.

46.9     Accurately record locations of equipment bases, anchors, concrete pads and roof
         curbs, sleeves, piping, conduits, ducts, maintenance holes and valves, etc. located
         either below, outside or within structure.

46.10    Accurately record any components which will be in inaccessible locations for
         Consultant's review before the component is covered, or buried, or made
         inaccessible.

47       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS

47.1     Hand over to the Consultant two (2) copies of a comprehensive operations and
         maintenance manual and material suitable for the Owner's maintenance employees.
         Manuals shall cover all Products supplied and installed under the Contract.

47.2     Submit draft of the operation and maintenance manuals for the Consultant's review
         at least 15 days before testing systems and equipment. Incorporate alterations and
         additions, as found to be necessary during testing, and prepare the final version of
         the manual from the corrected draft.
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47.3        Submit final version of operation and maintenance manuals prior to Contract
            Completion.

47.4        Testing of systems and equipment will not be deemed to be complete until the
            requisite number of copies of the final version of the manuals has been handed over
            to the Consultant.

47.5        If standard literature is incorporated into the operations and maintenance manual,
            any irrelevant information shall be deleted, or suitably noted.

47.6        The manuals shall have sufficient detail in order that the Owner can totally maintain
            the equipment without outside help.

47.7        Submit all material in English.


                                      END OF SECTION
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1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for demolition and removals
            Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

      .2    Work included: Requirements for demolishing, salvaging and removing wholly or in
            part the various items designated on the drawings or required to be removed or
            partially removed for the receipt of the Work of this Contract, including not
            necessarily limited to:
            .1       Alteration and renovations to existing building.
            .2       Cutting and removing of ceilings in the existing buildings as indicated on
                     Drawings.
            .3       Patching, making good openings and chases in walls, floors, ceilings,
                     including the supply and installation of lintels, channels and finishes.
            .4       Removal of rubbish, debris, demolished fixtures, fitments and items not
                     scheduled to remain the Owner's property, resulting from the demolition and
                     preparatory work.
            .5       Remove abandoned services such as conduits, pipes, wiring, ducts, fixtures,
                     equipment, etc. where required for the work or indicated on the drawings.
            .6       Removal of all mechanical items including plumbing fixtures, services etc.
                     where required for the work or indicated on drawings and or where not
                     required to be relocated.
            .7       Removal of existing electrical items including fixtures, etc. where required for
                     the work or indicated on the drawings and not required to be relocated.
            .8       Dust control during the operations of the work of this Section.
            .9       Removal shall mean removal from site and safe disposal in a legal manner.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    CSA S350-M, Code of Practice for Safety in Demolition of Structures.

      .2    OPSS, Ontario Provincial Standard Specification.

1.3         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Where required by Authorities having jurisdiction, submit a Fire Plan to local fire
            department for review and approval.

      .2    Submit shop drawings, diagrams and details in accordance with Section 01000.

      .3    30 calendar days prior to start of demolition and removals Work, submit for review,
            drawings, diagrams or details showing sequence of disassembly Work and shoring
            of supporting structures in accordance with authorities having jurisdiction.

      .4    Submit for approval, a plan showing impacts, interruptions and delays to Owners
            operations.
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      .5   Have submissions signed and sealed by Professional Engineer licensed in Province
           of Ontario.

      .6   Submit to Consultant, details of where rubble, debris and other materials are to be
           disposed or reused. Include each disposal/reuse site location, operator's name and
           business address, type of license under which site operates, and criteria used by site
           to assess suitability of rubble, debris and other materials for disposal.

      .7   Give notice to Utility Authorities controlling services and appurtenances which will be
           affected by demolition Work.

1.4        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1   Prepare waste audits, waste reduction workplans, source separation programs and
           recycling programs as required by jurisdictional authorities and update programs and
           implement such programs as required.

      .2   Perform the work of this section in accordance with the ‘Environmental Protection
           Act’ including Ontario Regulation 102 and the ‘Environmental Assessment Act’
           including Ontario Regulation 103.

      .3   Conform to Fire Code, Regulation under the Fire Marshals Act.

      .4   The demolition contractor must engage a registered professional engineer who holds
           a certificate of authorization and an appropriate level of liability insurance to prepare
           demolition procedures.

      .5   As part of the contract requirements, the engineer for the demolition contractor
           should be required to sign the general review commitment required by city building
           departments.

1.5        SITE CONDITIONS

      .1   Interruptions to Owners operations will not be permitted.

      .2   Perform operations, machine and equipment movements, deliveries and removals at
           time or times that will permit uninterrupted operations in and around structures,
           including parking, deliveries, and Site access and egress.

      .3   Take over structures to be demolished based on condition on date that Tenders
           close.
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2           Products

2.1         MATERIALS

      .1    All materials requiring removal shall become the Contractor's property and shall be
            removed and disposed of from the site, as the work progresses, unless indicated
            otherwise.

      .2    Salvaged material: Salvage and stockpile original materials as indicated on site or
            drawings. Salvaged materials shall not be chipped, cracked, split, stained or
            damaged. Store items off of moist surfaces.


3           Execution

3.1         GENERAL

      .1    Clean up rubble and debris, resulting from Work promptly and dispose at end of day
            or place in waste disposal bins. Empty bins on regular basis.

      .2    Stockpiling of rubble, debris, and surplus Products on Site will not be permitted.

      .3    Remove, handle and transport Products indicated to be salvaged and stored for
            future use. Transport Products to storage area(s) designated by Consultant. Perform
            Work to prevent any damage to Products during removal and in storage. Products
            damaged during removal, will be inspected by Consultant. Consultant will determine
            extent of damage and accept or refuse Products.

3.2         EXAMINATION

      .1    Examine adjacent structures and other installations prior to commencement of
            demolition and removals Work.

3.3         PRESERVATION OF REFERENCES

      .1    Record location and designation of survey markers and monuments located within
            demolition area, prior to removal. Store and restore markers and monuments upon
            completion of Work or relocate as directed by Consultant.

3.4         PROTECTION

      .1    Prevent movement or damage of adjacent parts of existing structure to remain.
            Supply and install bracing, and shoring as required. Make good damage caused by
            demolition to acceptance of Consultant.

      .2    Protect adjacent structures and property against damage which might occur from
            falling debris or other causes. Repair or replace damage caused from Work of this
            Section to acceptance of Consultant.
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      .3    Do not interfere with use of adjacent structures and Work areas. Maintain free, safe
            passage to and from adjacent structures and Work areas.

      .4    Take precautions to support affected structures. If safety of structure being
            demolished, adjacent structures or services are endangered, cease demolition
            operations and take necessary action to support endangered item. Immediately
            inform Consultant. Do not resume demolition until reasons for endangering have
            been determined and corrected and action taken to prevent further endangering.

      .5    If movement or settlement occurs, install additional bracing and shoring as
            necessary and make good damage to acceptance of Consultant.

      .6    Hang tarpaulins where debris and other materials are lowered. Build in around
            openings with wood and plywood at locations used for removal of debris and
            materials.

      .7    Prevent debris from blocking surface drainage system, elevators, mechanical, and
            electrical systems which are required to remain in operation.

      .8    Pay particular attention to prevention of fire and elimination of fire hazards which
            would endanger Work or adjacent structures and premises.

      .9    Supply and install adequate protection for materials to be re-used, set on ground and
            prevent moisture pick-up. Cover stockpiles of materials with tarpaulins.

      .10   Close off access to areas where demolition is proceeding by barricades and post
            warning signs.

      .11   Supply, install and maintain legal and necessary barricades, guards, railings, lights,
            warning signs, security personnel and other safety measures, and fully protect
            persons and property.

      .12   Dust/weather partitions:
            .1    Prior to demolition Work proceeding in existing structures, temporarily
                  enclose Work areas, access and supply and install dustproof and
                  weatherproof partitions. Design partitions to prevent dust and dirt infiltration
                  into adjoining areas, prevent ingress of water, and to resist loads due to wind.
            .2    Prevent dust, dirt and water from demolition operations entering operational
                  areas.
            .3    Adjust and relocate partitions as required for various operations of Work.
            .4    Upon completion of Work, remove and dispose of partitions from Site.

      .13   Blasting is not permitted.

3.5         PREPARATION

      .1    Preliminary Survey:
            .1     Assess strength and stability of damaged or deteriorated structures.
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            .2     Assess potential effect of removal of any part or parts on the remainder of
                   structure before such part(s) are removed.
            .3     Investigation should include, but not limited to the following conditions:
                   .1      Load-bearing walls and floors.
                   .2      Structure suspended from another.
                   .3      Cantilevered construction.
                   .4      Presence of prestressed or post-tensioned elements.
                   .5      effects of water, lateral pressures on retaining or foundations walls.
                   .6      Basements, tunnels, vaults or similar underground construction.
                           extending beyond perimeter of structure to be demolished.
                   .7      Presence of tanks, wells, other piping systems.
                   .8      Presence of hazardous materials.

      .2    Disconnect and/or re-route electrical data, communication and telephone service
            lines entering structures to be demolished. Remove abandoned lines as indicated on
            Contract Drawings. Post warning signs on electrical lines and equipment which is
            required to remain energized.

      .3    Disassemble and remove mechanical equipment, ductwork and piping complete with
            supports and associated components.

      .4    Do not disrupt active or energized utilities designated to remain undisturbe].

      .5    Perform rodent and vermin control to comply with health regulations.

3.6         DEMOLITION

      .1    Perform demolition with extreme care. Confine effects of demolition to those parts
            which are to be demolished.

      .2    Perform Work and prevent inconvenience to persons outside those parts which are
            to be demolished.

      .3    Carry out demolition in accordance with the requirements of CSA S350-M.

      .4    Partially demolish structure as indicated.

      .5    Demolish parts of structure to permit construction of addition and remedial Work as
            indicated.

      .6    Demolition shall proceed safely in systematic manner from roof to grade and as
            necessary to accommodate remedial work indicated. Work on each floor level shall
            be complete before commencing work on supporting structure and safety of its
            supports are impaired. Parts of building which would otherwise collapse prematurely
            shall be securely shored. Walls and piers shall not be undermined.

      .7    Fill all equipment pits and depressions with gravel or sand.
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     .8    Do not overload floor or wall with accumulations of material or debris or by other
           loads.

     .9    Perform Work to minimize dusting. Keep Work area wetted down with fog sprays to
           prevent dust and dirt rising. Supply and install temporary water lines and connections
           that may be required. Upon completion, remove installed temporary water lines. Use
           covered chutes, water down.

     .10   Do not sell or burn materials on Site.

     .11   Remove existing equipment, services, and obstacles where required for refinishing
           or making good of existing surfaces, and replace as Work progresses.

     .12   At end of day's Work, leave Work in safe condition with no part in danger of toppling
           or falling. Protect interiors of parts not to be demolished from exterior elements.

     .13   Drainage and sewer system protection:
           .1     Ensure that no dust, debris or slurry enters drainage and sewer system on
                  Site.
           .2     Remove and dispose of debris and slurry promptly from Site.
           .3     Comply with City of Guelph Sewer Use By-Law.

     .14   Concrete:
           .1    Demolish concrete by methods which avoid impact loads on items which are
                 not to be demolished.
           .2    Where only part or parts of a concrete floor, wall, roof, foundation or other
                 items are to be demolished, use saw cuts to isolate areas which are to be
                 demolished except where existing reinforcing steel is to be left in place. Prior
                 to such isolating, install suitable support to prevent premature movement of
                 area(s) being isolated and undesirable transfer of loads as cutting
                 progresses. If necessary remove area(s) to be demolished by successively
                 isolating small sections.
           .3    Where reinforcing steel is to be left in place, use saw cuts from surface of
                 concrete reinforcing steel around perimeter(s) of area(s) to be demolished,
                 chip concrete without damaging reinforcing steel. Retouch damaged epoxy
                 coating of existing reinforcing steel.

     .15   Steel: Where only part or parts of structure is to be demolished, dismantle and
           maintain structure stable. Do not place excessive loads on components. Install
           adequate temporary guys and supports to ensure stability and to prevent excessive
           loading. Support each component being disconnected from structure, and lower, do
           not drop, component after it is disconnected.

     .16   Cut openings through existing roofs. Establish exact location of steel reinforcing
           before cutting. Be responsible for damage to existing steel reinforcing and be liable
           for structural failure. Make good surfaces disturbed with materials to match existing.
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      .17   Roofs:
            .1     Where sections of roof are removed or where new roofing are required,
                   remove gravel to expose membrane. Cut back minimum of 230 mm outside
                   line of opening or removal area to facilitate future flashing.
            .2     Remove membrane, insulation and vapour barrier over area to be
                   demolished. Cut roof decking with power tools to ensure straight edges.
                   Leave free ends 300 mm maximum in length, unless adequately supported.
            .3     Supply and install plywood catchboard immediately under areas to be cut, to
                   protect structure interior from falling debris. Install catchboard in combination
                   with dust/weather protection.

3.7         DISPOSAL OF MATERIALS

      .1    Remove from Site, rubble, debris, and other materials resulting from demolition and
            removals Work in accordance with Authorities having Jurisdiction, except where
            specified or indicated on Contract Drawings to be reused.

      .2    Conform to requirements of municipality's Works Department regarding disposal of
            waste materials.

      .3    Materials prohibited from municipality waste management facilities shall be removed
            from Site and dispose of at recycling companies specializing in recyclable materials.

3.8         RESTORATION

      .1    Where demolition removed a structure or installation, rough grade and restore area
            in accordance with Authorities having Jurisdiction.


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1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for concrete Work in
            accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM C156, Test Method For Water Retention by Concrete Curing Materials.

      .2    ASTM C260, Specification For Air-Entraining Admixtures For Concrete.

      .3    ASTM C494, Specification For Chemical Admixtures For Concrete.

      .4    CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete
            Construction/Methods of Tests For Concrete.

      .5    CAN/CSA A3000, Cementitious Materials Compendium.

      .6    CSA G30.15-M, Welded Deformed Steel Wire Fabric for Concrete Reinforcement.

      .7    CAN/CSA G30.18-M, Billet-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement.

      .8    CSA O121-M, Douglas Fir Plywood.

      .9    CAN/CSA S269.1, Falsework for Construction Purposes.

      .10   CAN/CSA S269.3-M, Concrete Formwork.

1.3         DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

      .1    Design formwork, reinforcing, and concrete in accordance with CAN/CSA
            A23.1/A23.2-M, CAN/CSA S269.3-M, and to withstand live, dead, lateral, seismic
            loads, and imposed loads.

      .2    Concrete: 32 Mpa unless otherwise indicated on drawings. Exterior concrete to have
            5-7% entrained air.

      .3    Design concrete so that material will not segregate and excessive bleeding will not
            occur.

1.4         QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1    Inspection and testing:
            .1     Materials: CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M; Inspect and test for conformance to
                   requirements of this Standard and to Specifications.
            .2     Tests will be made in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.2-M.
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           .3     Remove defective materials and completed Work which do not conform to the
                  Contract Documents.

      .2   Certificates:
           .1      Submit certification that plant, equipment, and materials to be used in
                   reinforced concrete Work comply with requirements of CAN/CSA
                   A23.1/A23.2-M.
           .2      Ready mix concrete supplier: Member in good standing of Ready Mix
                   Concrete Association of Ontario (RMCAO). Batching plant facilities are
                   required to maintain RMCAO special seal of quality.

1.5        DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      .1   Deliver and store materials on Site in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.

1.6        SITE CONDITIONS

      .1   Conform to CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.


2          Products

2.1        MATERIALS

      .1   Falsework materials: CSA S269.1.

      .2   Forms: Plywood to CSA O121-M, G1S; Douglas Fir plywood, sheets as large as
           practical, minimum 19 mm thick, seven ply, exterior grade, waterproof glue, edges
           sealed with oil based sealer.

      .3   Form release agent: Chemically active, non-staining, VOC compliant, release agents
           containing compounds that react with free lime present in concrete forming water
           insoluble soaps, preventing concrete from sticking to forms.

      .4   Reinforcing steel: CAN/CSA G30.18-M; Billet-steel bars, deformed unless indicated
           otherwise, Grade 400R.

      .5   Chairs, bolsters, supports, spacers: CAN/CSA A23.1-M with sufficient strength to
           rigidly support weight of reinforcement and construction loads. Manufactured by
           NCA/Acrow - Richmond or Dayton Superior.

      .6   Cement: CAN/CSA A3000; Portland, Type 10.

      .7   Coarse and fine aggregate: CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.

      .8   Water: CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.

      .9   Water reducing admixture: ASTM C494, Type A.
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      .10   Set retarding admixture: ASTM C494, Type D.

      .11   Set accelerating admixture: ASTM C494, Type C.

      .12   Air entraining admixture: CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M and ASTM C260.

      .13   Curing compound: ASTM C309, Type 2, Class B; Clear for interior concrete. White
            pigmented for exterior work.

2.2         CONCRETE MIXES

      .1    Provide minimum 32 Mpa concrete unless otherwise indicated on the drawings and
            in accordance with the Contract Documents.

      .2    Acceptance of any concrete mix proportion or material, does not preclude its future
            rejection if it is subsequently found to lack uniformity, or if it fails to conform to
            requirements specified, or if its field performance is found to be unacceptable.

      .3    Mix concrete and concrete proportions in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.

      .4    When combinations of Portland cement and supplementary cementing materials are
            used, prove to acceptance of Consultant that concrete will withstand exposure
            conditions outlined in Contract Documents

2.3         ADMIXTURES

      .1    Use admixtures for concrete from single manufacturer, unless otherwise acceptable
            to Consultant.

      .2    Have manufacturer certify that admixtures are compatible.

      .3    Add admixtures to concrete mix in accordance with manufacturer's
            recommendations.

      .4    Except as specified otherwise, comply with requirements of CAN/CSA
            A23.1/A23.2-M.

      .5    Use of calcium chloride or additional admixtures, other than those specified, is not
            acceptable.


3           Execution

3.1         GENERAL

      .1    Give Consultant at least 2 working days notice prior to placement of concrete to
            permit a review of placement of formwork, reinforcing steel, and associated items
            embedded in concrete for conformance to reviewed shop drawings and Contract
            Documents.
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      .2   Do not place concrete on surfaces which contain frost, water or debris.

      .3   Ensure that reinforcement and associated items embedded in concrete are not
           disturbed during placement of concrete.

      .4   Ensure concrete cover over reinforcing steel is as indicated on Contract Drawings.

3.2        FORMWORK

      .1   Construct falsework in accordance with CSA S269.1.

      .2   Construct formwork in accordance with CAN/CSA S269.3-M to produce finished
           concrete conforming to shape, dimensions, locations and elevations indicated with
           tolerances specified herein.

      .3   Take particular care in forming corners and openings. Ensure formwork is tight and
           braced so no movement occurs.

      .4   Align form joints and make watertight. Keep form joints to a minimum. Ensure no
           visible defects appear on exposed finished Work.

      .5   Apply release agent by spray in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.
           Ensure form surfaces receive a uniform coating.

3.3        REINFORCING PLACING

      .1   Place reinforcing steel as shown on reviewed shop drawings and in accordance with
           CAN/CSA A23.1-M. Make bars as long as possible.

      .2   Make splices in locations shown on Drawings. Lap lengths in accordance with CSA
           A23.3 unless otherwise shown.

      .3   Lap ends and sides of wire fabric not less than 150 mm.

3.4        PLACING OF CONCRETE

      .1   Place concrete in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.

      .2   Slope concrete to levels shown on Contract Drawings.

      .3   Do not place concrete at such a rate as to endanger formwork or to prevent proper
           compaction.

      .4   Place concrete to prevent cold joints and segregation and vibrate sufficiently to
           ensure thorough compaction, maximum density in accordance to CAN/CSA
           A23.1/A23.2-M

      .5   Check Work frequently with accurate instruments during placing of concrete.
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3.5         CONSOLIDATING

      .1    Consolidate concrete in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M

      .2    Work concrete into complete contact with forms and embedded items. Consolidate
            concrete adjacent to side forms and along entire length of forms to ensure a smooth
            surface finish after stripping of formwork.

3.6         CURING AND PROTECTION

      .1    Cure and protect concrete in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.1/A23.2-M.

      .2    Apply curing compound after finishing operations have been completed, at rate
            recommended by compound manufacturer. Ensure compound application is uniform
            and continuous over entire area being cured.

3.7         FINISHING

      .1    Treat and finish exposed formed surfaces in accordance with CAN/CSA
            A23.1/A23.2-M.

3.8         REMOVAL OF FORMS

      .1    Do not disturb forms until concrete has hardened and developed sufficient strength
            to safely support its own weight and load on it.

      .2    Strip formwork in accordance with CAN/CSA A23.1-M.


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1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Design, labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for the miscellaneous
            and metal fabrication Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM A123, Specification for Zinc (Hot Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron & Steel
            Products.

      .2    ASTM A153, Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware.

      .3    ASTM A307, Specification for Carbon Steel Bolts and Studs, 60,000 psi Tensile
            Strength.

      .4    ASTM A653/A653M, Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-
            Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvanealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.

      .5    CAN/CSA-G40.20/G40.21-M, General Requirements for Rolled or Welded Structural
            Quality Steel/ Structural Quality Steels.

      .6    CAN/CSA G164-M, Hot Dip Galvanizing of Irregularly Shaped Articles.

      .7    CAN/CSA S16.1-M, Limit States Design of Steel Structures.

      .8    CSA S136.1-M, Commentary on CAN/CSA S136-M, Cold Formed Steel Structural
            Members.

      .9    CSA W47.1, Certification of Companies for Fusion Welding of Steel Structures.

      .10   CSA W48, Filler Metal and Allied Materials for Metal Arc Welding.

      .11   CSA W59-M, Welded Steel Construction (Metal Arc Welding).

      .12   CAN/CSA W117.2-M, Safety in Welding, Cutting and Allied Processes.

      .13   CAN/CGSB 1.40-M, Primer, Structural Steel, Oil Alkyd Type.

      .14   CGSB 85-GP-16M, Painting Galvanized Steel.

      .15   Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC), Steel Structures Painting Manual, Vol. 2.

1.3         DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

      .1    Design details and connections, where not shown on Drawings, in accordance with
            CAN/CSA-S16.1 and CSA S136.1.
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1.4        SUBMITTALS

      .1   Shop drawings:
           .1    Submit shop drawings for fabrication and erection of miscellaneous and
                 metal items in accordance with Section 01000 indicating:
                 .1      Materials, core thicknesses, class of finish (AMP 555), connections,
                         joints, method of anchorage, number of anchors, supports,
                         reinforcement, details, and accessories.

1.5        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1   Retain a Professional Engineer, licensed in the Province of Ontario, with experience
           in Work of comparable complexity and scope, to perform the following services as
           part of the Work of this Section:
           .1       Design steel stairs, handrails and railings, and metal fabrication items that
                    are required to resist live, dead, lateral, wind, or seismic loads.
           .2       Review, stamp, and sign shop drawings.

      .2   Workmanship: Fabricate Work of this Section to meet the required class of
           workmanship indicated below in accordance with AMP 555, Section 8.
           .1    Class 2: for use on exposed to view (at a distance) fabricated items:
                 .1     Exposed surfaces retain mill marks and moderate irregularities not
                        visible by naked eye at 10 metres. Ensure burrs and sharp edges are
                        filed down or ground off.
                 .2     Exposed welds are ground with uniform sized cove.
                 .3     Minor distortions are permitted.
                 .4     Exposed joints have a maximum gap of 1.5 mm.

      .3   Execute welding by firms certified in accordance with CSA W47.1 Division 1 or 2.1.
           Ensure welding operators are licensed per CSA W47.1 for types of welding required
           by Work.


2          Products

2.1        MATERIALS

      .1   General:
           .1    All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, primers
                 and paints are to have low VOC content limits.
           .2    Unless detailed or specified herein, standard products will be acceptable if
                 construction details and installation meet intent of Drawings and
                 Specifications.
           .3    Include all materials, products, accessories, and supplementary parts
                 necessary to complete assembly and installation of Work of this Section.
           .4    Incorporate only metals that are free from defects which impair strength or
                 durability, or which are visible. Install only new metals of best quality, and
                 free from rust or waves and buckles, and that are clean, straight, and with
                 sharp defined profiles.
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      .2    Structural shapes, plates, and similar items: CAN/CSA-G40.20/G40.21-M, Grade
            350W. Hollow structural sections: CAN/CSA-G40.20/G40.21-M, Grade 350W, Class
            H.

      .3    Galvanized sheet steel: ASTM A653/A653M Grade A, Z275 Commercial Quality
            zinc coating, size and shape as shown.

      .4    Steel bar grating: Bearing bar sizes and spacing as indicated on drawings. Grating
            as manufactured by Borden Metal Products Ltd., Fisher & Ludlow Ltd. or McNichols
            Co.

      .5    Metal grating stair treads: Grating treads with checkered plate nosing. ‘Welded Steel
            Treads’ by Fisher & Ludlow Ltd.; Safety Steps’ by IKG Borden; or ‘Stair Treads’ by
            Amico-ISG.

      .6    Welding materials: CSA W48 and CSA W59-M.

      .7    Fasteners: Conforming to ASTM A307, Grade A, in areas not exposed to view, use
            unfinished bolts with hexagon heads and nuts. In areas exposed to view, use bolts,
            nuts, washers, rivets, lock washers, anchor bolts, machine screws and machine bolts
            Z275 zinc coated in accordance with ASTM A653/A653M. Supply bolts of lengths
            required to suit thickness of material being joined, but not projecting more than 6 mm
            beyond nut, without the use of washers.

      .8    Primer paint: CAN/CGSB-1.40-M or CPMA 1.73a.

      .9    Galvanized primer paint: Inorganic zinc rich primer. For use on galvanized
            fabrications where touch up is to remain unpainted in finished work; Carbozinc 11WB
            by Carboline Company, Catha-Coat 305 by Devoe Coatings or Zinc Clad XI by
            Sherwin Williams.

      .10   Drilled inserts: Mega by ITW Construction Products or HSL by Hilti Inc. heavy-duty
            anchors, sizes as shown.

2.2         FABRICATION

      .1    Verify dimensions of existing Work before commencing fabrications and report any
            discrepancies to the Consultant.

      .2    Fit and assemble Work in shop where possible. Execute Work in accordance with
            details and reviewed shop drawings.

      .3    Use self-tapping shake-proof screws on items requiring assembly by screws or as
            indicated. Use screws for interior metal work. Use welded connections for exterior
            metal Work unless otherwise found acceptable by the Consultant.

      .4    Ensure exposed welds are continuous for length of each joint. File or grind exposed
            welds smooth and flush. Seal exterior steel fabrications against corrosion in
            accordance with CAN/CSA S16.1-M.
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      .5   Execute shop welding to requirements specified .

      .6   Carefully make and fit details. Take special care with exposed finished Work to
           produce a neat and correct appearance to the Consultant's acceptance.

      .7   Assemble members without twists or open joints.

      .8   Correctly size holes for connecting Work of other trades where such can be
           determined prior to fabrication. Where possible, show holes on shop drawings. Place
           holes not to cause appreciable reduction in strength of member.

      .9   Draw mechanical joints to hairline tightness and seal countersunk screw and access
           holes for locking screws with metal filler where these occur on exposed surfaces.

2.3        FABRICATED ITEMS

      .1   Refer to Drawings for details of metal fabrication work and related items not
           specifically listed in this Section.

      .2   Where work is required to be built into work of other Sections supply such members
           to respective Sections.

      .3   Provide metal fabrication items indicated below and items not indicated to be
           supplied under other Sections. The following items includes miscellaneous and
           metal fabrication including but not limited to the items listed below.

      .4   Grating stairs:
           .1     Fabricate steel channel stringer of size, construction and attachment to
                  structure as shown. Close exposed ends of stringers with 3 mm thick steel
                  closure plates welded to edges of exposed flange edges.
           .2     Treads and landings: Landings to be fabricated from steel bar grating and
                  stair treads to be one piece grating with checkered plate nosing, landing
                  grating to be same grating type as tread grating.
           .3     Support treads, risers and landings as detailed on reviewed shop drawings.

      .5   Handrails, guardrails, and posts:
           .1    Design railings to withstand minimum horizontal and vertical loads as
                 required to meet requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. In no
                 instance shall load design of railings be less than 2.2 kN/m horizontally and
                 1.5 kN/m vertically.
           .2    Close open ends of steel handrails with 1.9 mm thick closure neatly welded.
                 Fabricate railings, handrails, and guardrails as shown on drawings.
           .3    Handrail bracket: Fabricate as shown. After fabrication, galvanized bracket in
                 accordance with CAN/CSA G164-M.

      .6   Gratings:
           .1     Fabricate gratings to sizes shown.
           .2     Pressure lock bars to form rigid panels of required size. Band open ends of
                  bars.
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            .3     Make jointing in built-up sections with hairline joints in least conspicuous
                   location. Assemble Work securely and reinforce where necessary with similar
                   fastenings. Countersink screws unless otherwise noted. Grind exposed
                   surfaces of rolled steel shapes or fill perfectly smooth.
            .4     Supply items that are required to be built into concrete and masonry.
            .5     Fabricate, finish and assemble items in shop where possible, consistent with
                   size and shipping. Minimize field assembly.
            .6     Mitre cut metal mouldings for angles. Butt joints will not be accepted for these
                   locations.
            .7     Provide grating access panels as indicated on drawings with heavy duty
                   hinges, latched handle, and locking hasp.

      .7    Miscellaneous steel brackets, supports and angles
            .1     Supply and install or supply for installation by trades responsible, all loose
                   steel brackets, supports and angles where indicated, except where such
                   brackets, supports and angles are specified under work of other Sections.
                   Drill for countersunk screws, expansion anchors and anchor bolts.
            .2     Unless otherwise specified, prime paint for interior installation; galvanized
                   finish for exterior installation.

2.4         ANCHORS AND FASTENING

      .1    Use weld studs of size not larger than 10 mm for attaching miscellaneous materials
            and equipment to building steel. If weight of item requires larger fasteners use clips
            or brackets and secure by welding or through bolting.

      .2    Use self drilling expansion type concrete anchors for attaching to masonry and
            concrete

      .3    Do not secure items to steel deck.

      .4    Use steel beam clamps of two bolt design to transmit load to beam web. Do not use
            C and I clamps.

2.5         WELDING

      .1    Perform welding by electric arc process.

      .2    Execute welding to avoid damage or distortion to Work. Execute welding in
            accordance with following standards:
            .1    CSA W48 - for Electrodes. If rods are used, only coated rods are allowed.
            .2    CSA W59-M and CSA W59S1-M for design of connections and
                  workmanship.
            .3    CAN/CSA W117.2-M - for safety.

      .3    Thoroughly clean welded joints and expose steel for a sufficient distance to perform
            welding operations. Finish welds smooth. Supply continuous and ground welds
            which will be exposed to view and finish paint.
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      .4   Test welds for conformance and remove Work not meeting specified standards and
           replace to Consultant's acceptance.

2.6        SHOP PAINTING

      .1   Clean steel to SSPC SP6 and remove loose mill scale, weld flux and splatter.

      .2   Shop prime steel with one coat of primer paint to dry film thickness of 0.07
           mm. Paint on dry surfaces, free from rust, scale, grease. Do not paint when
           temperature is lower than 7 deg C. Paint items under cover and leave under cover
           until primer is dry. Follow paint manufacturer's recommendations regarding
           application methods, equipment, temperature, and humidity conditions.

      .3   Shop prime galvanized steel in accordance with CGSB 85-GP-16M.

      .4   Clean but do not paint surfaces being welded in field.

      .5   Do not paint surfaces embedded in concrete, but clean as if they were to be primed.

      .6   Do not prime machine finished surfaces, but apply an effective anti-rust compound.

      .7   Take precautions to avoid damage to adjacent surfaces.

2.7        HOT DIP GALVANIZING

      .1   After fabrication, hot dip galvanize specific miscellaneous steel items as indicated.
           Plug relief vents air tight. After galvanizing, remove plugs, ream holes to proper size
           and re-tap threads. Straighten shapes and assemblies true to line and plane after
           galvanizing. Repair damaged galvanized surfaces with zinc rich primer in
           accordance with manufacturer's printed directions.

      .2   Hot-dip galvanize members in accordance with CAN/CSA G164-M and requirements
           of the following ASTM, with minimum coating weights or thicknesses as follows:
           .1      Rolled, pressed and forged steel shapes, plates, bars and strips: ASTM
                   A123; average weight of zinc coating per square/metre of actual surface, for
                   4.8 mm and less thickness members 600 g/m2 for 6 mm and heavier
                   members 640 g/m2.
           .2      Iron and steel hardware: ASTM A153; minimum weight of zinc coating, in
                   ounces per square foot of surface, in accordance with ASTM A153,Table 1
                   for the various classes of materials used in the Work.
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3           Execution

3.1         EXAMINATION

      .1    Examine previously installed Work, upon which this Section depends, verify
            dimensions and condition of existing Work, and coordinate repairs, alterations, and
            rectification if necessary. Commencement of Work of this Section is deemed to
            signify acceptance of existing, prior conditions.

      .2    Obtain Consultant's written approval prior to field cutting or altering of structural
            members.

3.2         ERECTION

      .1    Install metal fabrications in accordance with reviewed shop drawings and
            manufacturer's written instructions.

      .2    Fit joints and intersecting members accurately. Make Work in true planes with
            adequate fastenings. Build and erect Work plumb, true, square, straight, level and
            accurate to sizes detailed, free from distortion or defects detrimental to appearance
            or performance.

      .3    Perform drilling of concrete and steel as required to fasten Work of this Section.

      .4    Erect rails and handrails in true vertical and horizontal planes, rigid, and free from
            whip.

      .5    Continuously weld connections for railings, and anchor directly to steel stringers.

3.3         FIELD PAINTING

      .1    Paint bolt heads, washers, nuts, field welds and previously unpainted items. Touch
            up shop primer damaged during transit and installation, with primer to match shop
            primer.


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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                            ROUGH CARPENTRY
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1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for rough carpentry Work in
            accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM A153, Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware.

      .2    ASTM A325, Specification for Bolts Quenched/Tempered Steel Nominal Thread
            Diameter M16 - M36 For Structural Steel Joints.

      .3    ASTM A653, Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron
            Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.

      .4    ASTM F1667, Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes and Staples.

      .5    CAN/CSA O80 Series M, Wood Preservation.

      .6    CSA O121-M, Douglas Fir Plywood.

      .7    CAN/CSA O141, Softwood Lumber.

      .8    CSA O151-M, Canadian Softwood Plywood.

      .9    CAN/ULC-S102, Standard Method of Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of
            Building Materials and Assemblies.

      .10   CWC, Canadian Wood Council, Wood Reference Book.

      .11   NLGA, Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber, National Lumber Grades
            Authority

1.3         QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1    Lumber identification: Grade stamp of an agency certified by the Canadian Lumber
            Standards Accreditation Board.

      .2    Plywood identification: Grade mark in accordance with applicable CSA standards.

      .3    Lumber quality: Carefully select individual pieces so that knots and obvious defects
            will not interfere with placing bolts, proper nailing or making proper connections.

      .4    Moisture Content of wood at time of construction shall be 19% maximum.
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      .5   Each piece of pressure treated lumber and fire retardant treated lumber shall be
           shop marked with the pressure treatment brand and ULC monogram respectively, in
           accordance with CAN/CSA O80-M.

      6.   Dimensions of lumber shall conform to dressed sizes specified in CAN/CSA-0141
           unless actual dimensions are otherwise indicted or specified.

      7.   Dimensional references to lumber on Drawings and in Specifications are to nominal
           sizes unless actual dimensions are indicated. Such actual dimensions shall be dry
           size.

      .8   Lumber defects: Discard wood with defects which will render a piece unable to serve
           its intended function. Lumber will be rejected by Consultant for excessive warp,
           twist, bow, crook, mildew, fungus, or mould, as well as for improper cutting and
           fitting, whether or not it has been installed.

1.4        ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

      1.   When it is required that wood maintain dimensional stability and tolerances to ensure
           accurate installation of later work, store and install it only in dry areas, and where no
           further installation of moist materials is contemplated.

1.5        PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

      .1   Store materials in a dry area. Cover materials with tarpaulins or polyethylene sheets
           to prevent moisture absorption and impairment of structural and aesthetic properties.
           Vent to allow air movement. Tie covering to keep in place.


2          Products

2.1        MATERIALS

      .1   General: All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to,
           adhesives are to have low VOC content limits.

      .2   Lumber: Softwood, G4S, moisture content 19% or less at time of installation, in
           accordance with the following:
           .1    Lumber shall be of same species and grade, equally seasoned and shall be
                 processed and stamped at same mill.
           .2    CSA O141 and NLGA Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber.
           .3    Board quality: Construction or better.
           .4    Dimension quality:
                 .1      Structural joists, planks, and framing: No. 1 Select Structural.
                 .2      Light framing: Construction.

      .3   Plywood: CSA O121-M, G1S T & G, standard construction, laminated with
           waterproof adhesive, exterior grade, Thickness as indicated on drawings.
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      4.    Sheathing: Douglas Fir, CSA 0121-M or CSA O151-M; Select-Tight Face, exterior
            grade, T & G.

      .5    Roof lumber: NLGA, Construction grade light framing, Jack Pine, S4S, pressure
            treated to CAN/CSA-O80 series using copper based waterborne preservative
            treatment, impregnated to a net retention of 4 kg/ m3 of preservative unless
            otherwise specified by preservative manufacture.

      .6    Roof Lumber: NLGA, ‘C’ Cedar Industrial Clear or better, Western Red Cedar,
            surfaced, kiln dried.

      .7    Surface applied wood preservative: Green coloured copper napthenate or 5%
            pentachlorophenol solution, water repellant preservative or same copper based
            preservative as used for shop impregnation, in accordance with CAN/CSA O80.

      .8    Fire retardant treatment of lumber and plywood: ‘Dricon’ fire retardant treatment by J.
            A. Biewer or approved equivalent, conforming to CAN/CSA-O80.20 and CAN/CSA-
            O80.27 respectively, to provide a flame spread rating of 25 or less in accordance
            with CAN/ULC-S102.

      .9    Rough hardware: Conforming to ASTM F1667; Nails, bolts, screws, anchors,
            expansion shields, and other fastenings required to frame and fix rough carpentry as
            follows:
            .1      Nails, spikes and staples: Spiral type.
            .2      Bolts: ASTM A325; 12.7 mm diameter minimum with nuts and washers
                    unless noted otherwise.
            .3      Screws: Countersunk head, full thread type.
            .4      Proprietary fasteners: Toggle bolts, expansion shields, lag bolts, screws,
                    inorganic fibre plugs, recommended for purpose by manufacturer.
            .5      Galvanize rough hardware used in fire treated wood and hardware exposed
                    to the atmosphere.

      .10   Fasteners for use in pressure treated wood: Provide hot dipped galvanized fasteners
            complying to ASTM A153 and connectors in accordance with ASTM A653, Class
            G185 for non-structural members. Provide type 304 or 316 stainless steel fasteners
            and connectors for use in Structural, pressure treated wood.


3           Execution

3.1         GENERAL

      .1    Lay out work carefully and to accommodate work of others. Cut and fit accurately:
            erect in position indicated by Drawings.

      .2    Install rough carpentry to allow for expansion and contraction of the materials.
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      .3   Cut work into lengths as long as practicable and with square ends. Align, level,
           square, plumb, and secure work permanently in place. Brace work temporarily as
           required. Join work only over solid backing.

      .4   Bore holes true to line and to same size as bolts. Drive bolts into place for snug fit,
           and use plates or washers for bolthead and nut bearings. Turn up bolts and lag
           screws tightly when installed, and again just before concealed by other work or at
           completion of Work.

      .5   Provide anchors, bolts, and inserts required for attachment of the work of this
           Section, to those performing the work of other Sections and who are responsible for
           their installation.

      .6   Do not attach work by wood plugs or blocking in concrete or masonry. Use lead
           shields, expansion shields, or similar methods only as approved by Architect.

3.2        MISCELLANEOUS WOODWORK

      .1   Fit and install wood furring, strapping, grounds and blocking. Adequately size,
           correctly place and conceal members for finishes, fitments and for Work under other
           Sections. Do not assume that Drawings show required work exactly or completely.
           Anchor wood members securely in place.

      .2   Install rough bucks, nailing strips and linings to rough openings as required for
           backing for frames and other Work.

      .3   Except where steel supports are specifically shown, provide wood blocking and
           supports in metal stud partitions for fastening of item such as casework and other
           wall mounted accessories. Have respective trades approve the location of such
           wood blocking.

      .4   Bolt wood blocking or nailing strips to steel framing.

      .5   Align and plumb faces of furring and blocking to tolerance of 1:600.

      .6   Use fire retardant lumber for blocking/framing in ceiling\ spaces, partitions and
           bulkheads.

3.3        ROOF WOODWORK

      .1   Install continuous wood nailers around roof perimeters, curbs and roof openings
           larger than 150 x 150 mm, and at edges of insulation as detailed. Install cut cant
           strips and continuous nailers on copings and curbs as detailed.

      .2   Install wood backing, dressed, tapered and recessed slightly below top surface of
           roof insulation and roof hopper.

      .3   Fasten roof woodwork at maximum 400 mm o.c. in staggered pattern unless noted
           otherwise.
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3.4         BACKBOARDS

      .1    Install plywood backboards, primed and painted white on both sides, with fire
            retardant paint.

      .2    Use minimum 19 mm thick plywood on 19 x 38 mm furring around perimeter and at
            maximum 300 mm intermediate spacing.

3.5         FASTENERS

      .1    Frame, anchor, fasten, tie and brace members for required strength and rigidity.

      .2    Use hot dipped galvanized fasteners for exterior Work and Work below grade.

      .3    Countersink bolts and bolt heads as required for clearance of other Work.

      .4    Size fasteners to penetrate base member by half of fastener length minimum.
            Minimize splitting of wood members by staggering nails in direction of grain.

      .5    For plywood use spiral, annular or resin coated nails and staples.

3.6         SURFACE-APPLIED WOOD PRESERVATIVE

      .1    Treat raw surfaces, drilled holes and cut ends of pressure treated wood with 2 coats
            of wood preservative immediately after cutting.

      .2    Apply preservative by dipping, by brush or by pouring into plugged holes to
            completely saturate surface.


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1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Design, labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for metal siding Work
            in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ANSI B18.6.4, Screws, Tapping and Metallic Drive, Inch Series, Thread Forming and
            Cutting.

      .2    ASTM A653/A653M, Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-
            Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvanealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.

      .3    ASTM C920, Specification for Elastomeric Joint Sealants.

      .4    CAN/CGSB-1.40-M, Primer, Structural Steel, Oil Alkyd Type.

      .5    CAN/CSA-G40.20/G40.21M, General Requirements for Rolled or Welded Structural
            Quality Steel/Structural Quality Steels.

      .6    CSA S136, Cold Formed Steel Structural Members.

      .7    CSA S136.1, Commentary on CAN/CSA S136-M, Cold Formed Steel Structural
            Members.

      .8    CAN/ULC-S702, Mineral Fibre Board Thermal Insulation.

1.3         DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

      .1    Design metal siding system in accordance with CSA S136, S136.1, and to withstand
            live, dead, lateral, wind, seismic, handling, transportation, and erection loads.

      .2    General design to be based on CAN3-S157-M.

      .3    Design metal siding system in accordance with following Climatic Design Data for
            Guelph contained in Ontario Building Code.
            .1     Design Temperature: January 1%, July 2 ½%.
            .2     Wind (Hourly Wind Pressures): 1 in 50 year occurrence.
            .3     Earthquake: Seismic Data as listed.

      .4    Design metal siding system to limit deflection under design loads, to L/240.

      .5    Design metal siding system to prevent restriction of thermal induced movement
            which would induce deformation such as warping, buckling, and failure of joint seals
            and fasteners. Design metal siding system to prevent vibration when subject to the
            effects of wind.
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      .6   Design miscellaneous, additional structural framing members and sag rods, required
           to complete metal siding system, where not indicated on Contract Drawings.

1.4        SUBMITTALS

      .1   Product data:
           .1    Submit copies of manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section
                 01000 indicating:
                 .1      Performance criteria, compliance with appropriate reference standard,
                         characteristics, limitations.
                 .2      Product transportation, storage, handling and installation
                         requirements.

      .2   Shop drawings: Submit shop drawings indicating dimensions, profiles, Products, wall
           elevations, details, arrangements of sheets and joints, thicknesses, dimensions,
           locations of supports and fasteners and special shapes in accordance with Section
           01000.

      .3   Samples: Submit 600 x 600 mm samples of siding system showing fully assembled
           components including face sheets, sub-girts, insulation, liner panel, and concealed
           sealant. Sample to be fabricated using exact colour and gauges specified in
           accordance with Section 01000.

      .4   Reports: Submit written field inspection and test report results after each inspection.

1.5        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1   Retain a licensed Professional Engineer, registered in Province of Ontario, to
           perform following services for metal siding Work:
           .1     Design of metal siding Work.
           .2     Review, stamp, and sign shop drawings.
           .3     Conduct shop and field inspections and prepare and submit inspection
                  reports.

      .2   Mock-up:
           .1    Fabricate, deliver, and erect one full scale 1200 mm wide x 1800 mm high
                 mock-up panel of metal siding construction, in location acceptable to
                 Consultant.
           .2    Demonstrate finish, colours, and quality of workmanship.
           .3    Mock-up may form part of final Work, if acceptable to Consultant. Remove
                 and dispose of mock-ups which do not form part of Work.

      .3   Pre-installation meeting: Arrange with manufacturer's representative, Contractor,
           and Consultant to inspect substrates, and to review installation procedures 48 hours
           in advance of installation.
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1.6         DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      .1    Stockpile panels tilted to provide water run-off, free from ground contact on firm,
            level, non-staining supports extending full width of sheet and spaced not more than
            450 mm apart. Cover components with opaque polyethylene sheet. Vent to allow air
            movement.

1.7         EXTENDED WARRANTY

      .1    Submit warranty for metal siding Work in accordance with General Conditions,
            except that warranty period is extended to 2 years.
            .1     Against warping, twisting, joint, finish failure and water penetration.
            .2     Coverage: Complete replacement including affected adjacent parts.


2           Products

2.1         MATERIALS

      .1    All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, paints and
            sealants are to have low VOC content limits.

      .2    Metal siding: ASTM A653/A653M, Grade 230 structural steel, 0.46 mm minimum
            base metal thickness.
            .1     ‘HPC4' by Roll From Group, 25.4 mm deep.
            .2     ‘S-175-SB/SH' by Roll From Group, nominal 44.5 mm deep.
            .3     Or approved alternative by Agway Metals Inc., or VicWest Steel.

      .3    Metal siding: ASTM A653/A653M, Z275 galvanized steel, 0.76 mm minimum base
            metal thickness.
            .1     ‘7/8" Corrugated' by VicWest Steel, nominal 22 mm deep.
            .2     Or approved alternative by Agway Metals Inc., or Roll From Group.

      .4    Metal siding finish: Perspectra Series coating system by U.S. Steel Canada, or
            Colourite WeatherX by Vicwest Steel. Colour to match existing siding finish.

      .5    Airseal liner panel: ASTM A653/A653M; 0.70 mm minimum base metal, Z275
            galvanized steel, with interlocked male and female edge lips, factory caulked with
            liner sealant.
            .1      V-Rib Liner by Canadian Metal Rolling Mills.
            .2      L-800FR by Flynn Canada Ltd.
            .3      L-800 Liner by Vic West Steel.

      .6    Structural shapes, plates, sag rods, and similar items: CAN/CSA-G40.20-G40.21-M,
            Grade 300W.

      .7    Hollow structural sections: CAN/CSA-G40.20/G40.21-M Grade 350W, Class H.

      .8    Liner sealant: Type as recommended by liner manufacturer.
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      .9    Airseal transition membrane: Blueskin SA by Bakor Inc., ‘Sopraseal Stick 1100' by
            Soprema, ‘Air-Shield by W. R. Meadows or approved alternative. Primer as
            recommended by membrane manufacturer.

      .10   Z girts and C channels: CAN/CSA S136-M; Minimum 1.2 mm thick, Z275 galvanized.
            Depth as indicated on Contract Drawings.

      .11   Insulation: CAN/ULC-S702; Semi-rigid glass fibre. Thickness as indicated on
            Contract Drawings. Temporary adhesive: Bakor 830-05 by Monsey Bakor Inc.
            .1      Type 703 by Owens-Corning.
            .2      RockBoard 40 by Roxul Inc.

      .12   Fascia, trim, closures, and flashings: Material, finish, colour, and fasteners to match
            siding material, 0.76 mm minimum base metal thickness minimum.

      .13   Screw fasteners: ANSI B18.6.4, stainless steel Type 304. Exposed locations: With
            coloured nylon heads to match metal siding.

      .14   Primer paint: CAN/CGSB-1.40-M.

      .15   Isolation coating: Black bituminous coating, acid and alkali resistant material. ‘410-
            02' by Bakor Inc. or approved alternative.

      .16   Joint backing: Product as recommended by siding sealant manufacturer.

      .17   Siding sealant: ASTM C920, Type S, Grade NS; One-part, ultra-low modulus,
            moisture curing silicone sealant, 790 Silicone by Dow Corning or Spectrem 1 by
            Tremco Ltd. Colour: As selected by Consultant.

      .18   Thermal Separation: Continuous 3 mm thick x 38 mm wide self adhering cork.


3           Execution

3.1         EXAMINATION

      .1    Verify condition and dimensions of previously installed Work upon which this Section
            depends. Report defects to Consultant. Commencement of Work means
            acceptance of existing conditions.

3.2         STRUCTURAL FRAMING

      .1    Supply and install miscellaneous, additional structural framing members, required to
            complete metal siding system, where not indicated on Contract Drawings.

3.3         AIRSEAL LINER PANEL

      .1    Apply isolation coating to supporting structural framing to isolate airseal liner panel
            and to prevent galvanic corrosion.
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      .2    Apply continuous beads of liner sealant on face of top and bottom supports of siding
            liner sheet to provide a complete seal. Ensure a complete seal is obtained between
            all components from back of liner panel to face of supporting members.

      .3    Prior to installing liner sheets, install flexible through wall flashing membrane in sizes
            and locations shown. Lap end joints of flashing membrane 100 mm. Perform
            flashing-to-flashing connections using hot air welding methods in accordance with
            manufacturer’s written instructions.

      .4    Install airseal liner panel to achieve continuous airseal, rigidly secured to resist
            design wind loading. Where possible, liner sheets to be one piece full height. Seal
            liner panel laps airtight with sealant.

      .5    Coordinate airseal transition to adjacent parts of Work.

3.4         AIRSEAL TRANSITION MEMBRANE

      .1    Install primer and airseal transition membrane with 150 mm overlap of metal airseal,
            continuously onto entire head, jamb, and sill surfaces of openings such as doors,
            windows, louvres and similar items, and metal siding system perimeter.

      .2    Install additional layer of airseal transition membrane to serve as flashing over
            openings in, and at bottom side termination of metal siding panel system.

      .3    Overlap airseal transition membrane 50 mm along sidelaps and 75 mm on end laps
            and lap in direction of waterflow.

      .4    Coordinate airseal transition to adjacent parts of Work.

3.5         GIRTS AND CHANNELS

      .1    Notch Z girts and C channels as required to accommodate airseal liner panel ribs
            and fins and to allow drainage of cavity.

      .2    Provide thermal break between sub-girts and liner sheets. Direct metal-to-metal
            contact between liner sheet and exterior sheets will not be accepted.

      .3    Install Z girts, fastened through airseal liner, and into structural framing beneath.
            Orient Z girts to drain water from cavity.

      .4    Install C channels to frame openings such as doors, windows, and louvre openings,
            and orient channel webs to form heads, jambs and sills of openings.

3.6         SIDING INSULATION

      .1    Install siding insulation in continuous contact with airseal liner and neatly fitted
            between Z girts and C channels. Adhere insulation with temporary adhesive.
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3.7         FASCIA, TRIM, CLOSURES, AND FLASHINGS

       .1   Install fascia and trim including inside and outside corners, flashing, edgings, cap
            strips, drips, under-sill trim, fillers, closure strips, starter strips, and window or door
            trim, carefully formed and profiled.

3.8         METAL SIDING

       .1   Install metal siding in accordance with reviewed shop drawings and manufacturer's
            written instructions.

       .2   Install metal siding in one piece, full height, except as indicated otherwise.

       .3   Maintain joints in exterior siding, plumb, true to line, tight fitting, hairline joints.

       .4   Attach metal siding system components to prevent warping, buckling, and
            deformation induced by restriction of thermal induced movement .

       .5   Install corner pieces, closures, flashings, etc, where shown and where required.
            Provide formed steel closures around opening.

       .6   Bed flashings, closures, and corner pieces in sealant to provide a weathertight
            installation.

3.9         JOINT BACKING AND SIDING SEALANT

       .1   Prepare substrate surface and mask as recommended by sealant manufacturer.

       .2   Install joint backing and sealant at siding system joints and perimeter for weathertight
            installation. Tool sealant to concave profile.

3.10        EXPANSION JOINT

       .1   Install insulating flexible expansion joint within wall construction, as indicated.
            Coordinate all interfacing of expansion joint work with other contractors.

       .2   Fasten expansion joint boot at 300 mm o.c. providing a minimum of 100 mm lap. Hot
            air weld expansion joint boot to roofing membrane. Fill ‘U’ shaped expansion joint
            boot with loose insulation.

       .3   Fasten wings of insulated expansion joint unit at 300 mm o.c. Overlay PVC wings
            with integral flashing overcover and hot air weld to flashing below.

       .4   Install ‘U’ shaped expansion joint flashings and overcovers as described herein and
            shown. Heat weld joints between expansion joint material and base flashing
            providing minimum 100 mm lap. Lap end joints minimum 64 mm and heat weld
            together.
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3.11        TOUCH UP

       .1   Touch up marred surfaces with air dry formulation to match pre-finished siding if
            approved by Consultant, otherwise remove and replace damaged metal siding.

       .2   Clean and touch up marred galvanized surfaces after installation, with zinc rich
            primer.


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1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for PVC roofing Work in
            accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM C1177/1177M, Standard Specification for Glass Mat Gypsum Substrate for
            Use as Sheathing.

      .2    ASTM C1278/1278M, Standard Specification for Fiber-Reinforced Gypsum Panel.

      .3    ASTM E96, Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials.

      .4    CSA A101, Mineral Fibre Thermal Building Insulation.

      .5    CSA A247, Insulating Fibreboard.

      .6    CAN/CGSB 37.54M, Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane.

      .7    CAN/ULC-S701, Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Boards and Pipe Covering.

      .8    CAN/ULC-S704, Thermal Insulation, Polyurethane and Polyisocyanurate, Boards,
            Faced.

      .9    Canadian Roofing Contractors Association Roofing Specifications.

1.3         SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

      .1    Provide 1.2 mm single ply PVC sheet roofing work, including but not limited to
            following:
            .1      Vapour barrier.
            .2      Base insulation.
            .3      Tapered insulation.
            .4      PVC roof membrane, fully adhered.
            .5      Membrane flashings.
            .6      Roof accessories.
            .7      Roof walkways.

1.4         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data:
            .1    Submit copies of manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section
                  01000 indicating:
                  .1      Systems, materials, and methods of installation proposed for use.
                          Include critical environmental requirements.
                  .2      Identify systems and component.
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                   .3      Certify compliance of each component with applicable standards.
                   .4      Systems, materials, and methods of installation proposed for use.
                           Include critical environmental requirements.
                   .5      Flash point temperature of adhesive.
                   .6      Submit manufacturer's installation instructions.
                   .7      Submit cold weather construction procedures and methods of
                           protection, initiated, installed and maintained when ambient
                           temperature falls below 0º C.

      .2    Shop drawings:
            .1    Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01000 indicating:
                  .1     Construction details: membrane layout, flashings, and roof
                         accessories.
                  .2     Layout of tapered insulation.
                  .3     Layout details of roof walkway system.

      .3    Samples:
            .1    Submit following samples in accordance with Section 01000.
                  .1     Vapour barrier.
                  .2     Base insulation board.
                  .3     Tapered insulation board.
                  .4     Roofing membrane and flashings.
                  .5     Roof accessories.

      .4    Reports:
            .1     Submit copy of membership in good standing of Canadian Roofing
                   Contractors Association (CRCA) or Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors
                   Association (OIRCA).
            .2     Submit written inspection reports from manufacturer, stating that materials
                   proposed for use on this project meet criteria specified and are compatible
                   with each other.

      .5    Close-out submittals: Manufacturer must provide the Owner with maintenance
            manual in accordance with Section 01000 in order to schedule and carry out
            preventative maintenance on roof system.

1.5         QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1    Perform Work of this Section by company that is member in good standing with
            CRCA or OIRC and minimum of 5 years roofing experience on installations of similar
            complexity and scope. Submit proof of experience upon request.

      .2    Perform roofing Work in accordance with CRCA Roofing Specifications Manual,
            except where indicated otherwise in the Contract Documents.

      .3    Regulatory Requirements:
            .1    Comply with ULC Class A roof.
            .2    Capable of withstanding an uplift force of 2.87 kPa (1-60) without failure to
                  meet Factory Mutual guidelines.
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            .3     Conforms to Factory Mutual Research Corporation requirements for Class 1
                   Fire Rating.

      .4    Apply membranes by mechanics skilled in this trade in accordance with membrane
            manufacturers specifications.

      .5    Perform heat welding of membranes only by skilled welders who have successfully
            completed a course of instruction provided by membrane manufacturer.

      .6    A minimum of two members of the Roofing Contractor's crew shall have proof of
            completion (Certificate of Training) of membrane manufacturer's contractor course.
            There shall be a minimum of two certified men on the project at all times during the
            installation.

      .7    Membrane Manufacturer's Technical Service Representative will be present to
            supervise the commencement of the roofing portion of the project. It will be the
            responsibility of the Roofing Contractor to inform the Membrane Manufacturer as to
            when they are scheduled to start the project.

      .8    It will be the responsibility of the Manufacturer's Technical Service Representative to
            provide assistance to the owner's representative regarding the technical issues that
            may arise during the roofing application.

      .9    Pre-installation meetings: Arrange with manufacturer's representative to inspect
            substrates, and to review installation procedures and coordination required with
            related work 48 hours in advance of installation.

      .10   Post-installation meeting: The Owner, Consultant, roofing contractor, and membrane
            manufacturer will review any deficiencies that may exist. These deficiencies will be
            corrected before the Roofing Contractor leaves the job site. A warranty will then be
            issued promptly to the building owner.

1.6         DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      .1    Store roofing products in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

      .2    Indicate on containers or wrappings of materials:
            .1      Manufacturer's name and brand.
            .2      Compliance with applicable standard.
            .3      Mass where applicable.

      .3    Adequately protect products from weather and keep dry all times. Do not use plastic
            wrapping installed at factory as outside storage cover. Emulsions must be
            maintained at temperatures above freezing. Ensure shelf life of materials has not
            expired.

      .4    Keep insulation dry. Do not store insulation, membranes, wood or gravel on roof
            ahead of demand. Remove from storage and bring to roof surface, only as much
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            material as can be applied, made weathertight, and covered with roofing in same
            day.

      .5    Do not install materials which are damp at time of installation or show evidence of
            having been damp or exposed to moisture.

1.7         SITE CONDITIONS

      .1    Apply roofing only when air and surface temperatures are above 4ºC, have been so
            for at least 48 hours and are not likely to go below 4ºC, until Work is completed.

      .2    Proceed with Work when temperatures are below 4ºC only with mutual documented
            agreement between Contractor and Consultant.

      .3    Dispose of rainwater off roof and away from face of building until roof drains or
            hoppers are installed and connected.

      .4    Environmental Requirements:
            .1     Install roofing on dry deck, free of snow and ice, use only dry materials and
                   apply only during weather that will not introduce moisture into roofing system.
            .2     Apply roofing only when air and surface temperature are in accordance with
                   manufacturer's installation instructions.

      .5    Safety Requirements:
            .1     Use warning signs and barriers. Maintain in good order until completion of
                   Work.
            .2     Fire protection: Have minimum 9 kg. dry chemical fire extinguisher fully
                   charged and in operable condition at every location where open flames are
                   used.

      .6    Protection:
            .1     Protect Work of other Sections from damage while doing this Work. Provide
                   tarpaulins and other coverings, as required, to protect adjacent wall finishes
                   and surfaces.
            .2     Adequate care should be taken by all trades and end users to protect
                   completed membranes from mechanical damage during and after
                   construction.
            .3     Protect membranes from contact with bituminous and other incompatible
                   materials.
            .4     Seal exposed edges of membrane to prevent water infiltration into the system
                   at end of each day's work.
            .5     Protect completed portions of roofs from damage by placing 19 mm plywood
                   on 25 mm extruded polystyrene to serve as runways for movement of
                   materials and other traffic.
            .6     Protect partially completed work of this section left exposed longer than eight
                   (8) hours.
            .7     Take every precaution to protect the interior of the building from water
                   damage and will not expose the interior to adverse atmospheric conditions,
                   which may cause such damage
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            .8     Repair or replace damaged areas to satisfaction of Consultant.

      .7    Fastenings:
            .1     Fastenings which cause spalling or cracking of Products to which anchorage
                   being made, not permitted.
            .2     Do not use powder-actuated fastening devices. Only low velocity
                   plunger-type devices are permitted.
            .3     Overloading
                   .1     Load no part of structure greater than safe allowable live load in
                          accordance with O.B.C.
                   .2     Do not store any material on roof.
                   .3     Groups of maximum 2 persons standing on wooden portion of roof
                          structure to be at least 4 metres apart.

1.8         CRCA OR OIRCA CONTRACTOR'S WARRANTY

      .1    Concurrent with general warranty, submit signed CRCA or OIRCA contractor
            warranty for period of 2 years certifying built-up roofing Work installed in accordance
            with CRCA recommendations and will remain watertight and free of defects, which
            can cause degradation to roof system other than normal weathering.

1.9         EXTENDED WARRANTY

      .1    Provide a written warranty from the roofing membrane manufacturer stating that the
            roof will remain watertight and that they will warranty to repair at its own expense any
            leaks in the roofing membrane, seams, or flashing membrane resulting from defects
            in the manufacture of the roofing membrane or from faulty workmanship for a period
            of 10 years from the date of Contract Completion.


2           Products

2.1         MEMBRANE, INSULATION AND ACCESSORIES

      .1    Thermal Barrier: A fibreglass mat faced panel with a specially treated gypsum core
            that resists moisture, surface primed. Panel size to be 1220 mm x 2440 mm with
            minimum thickness of 13 mm, complies to ASTM C1177/1177M or ASTM
            C1278/1278M. Accepted products: "Dens-Deck" by Georgia Pacific.

      .2    Thermal Barrier Securement:
            .1    FM Class I approved screws and galvanized metal plate type fasteners with
                  No. 14 coated screws, which are supplied or approved by thermal barrier and
                  membrane manufacturer. Fasteners to be of sufficient length to penetrate the
                  upper rib of the steel deck 20 mm +/- 5 mm. Approved manufacturers:
                  .1      Dekfast, Olympic or approved by the thermal barrier/insulation panel
                          manufacturer.
            .2    Alternative - One-part moisture cure polyurethane foam adhesive approved
                  under ULI 1897 for Wind Uplift Resistance on Steel Decks. Approved
                  products:
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                   .1     "Insta-Stik Quikset Commercial Roofing Adhesive" by The Dow
                          Chemical Co. as distributed by Lexcor.
                   .2     "Fas-N-Free Adhesive" by Tremco.

      .3    Air Barrier:
            .1      Self-adhesive SBS modified bituminous membrane with a cross-laminated
                    polyethylene film, minimum one (1) mm thickness that is compatible with
                    bitumen. Accepted products:
                    .1     "MB Base SA" by Firestone Building Products
                    .2     "ArmourGard Ice and Water Protector" by IKO Industries.
                    .3     "Lastobond 195" by Soprema.
                    .4     "Vapor-Bloc SA" by Bakor.

      .4    Vapour Retarder:
            .1    Self-adhesive application, SBS modified bitumen membrane, 3.0 mm thick
                  with minimum 180g/sq.m², composite or non-woven polyester reinforcement,
                  sanded surface, silicone release film underface. Conform to ASTM E96.
                  Accepted products:
                  .1     "MB Base SA" by Firestone Building Products.
                  .2     "Sopralene Stick Adhesive" by Soprema.

      .5    Polyisocyanurate Insulation:
            .1     Conform to CAN/ULC-S704. CFC and HCFC free, 1220 mm x 1220 mm
                   maximum board size, thickness as indicated on drawings and Summary of
                   Work. Closed cell polyisocyanurate foam with integrally formed organic black
                   perforated paper mat. Material selected must be supported by membrane
                   manufacturer's warranty. Accepted products:
                   .1     "Sarnatherm" by Sarnafil.
                   .2     "IKOTherm" by IKO Industries.
                   .3     "ISO 95+GL" by Firestone Building Products.
                   .4     "ACFoam II" by Atlas Roofing Corporation.
                   .5     "Colgrip B" by Soprema.

      .6    Tapered Polyisocyanurate Insulation (Drain Sumps):
            .1    Conform to CAN/ULC-S704. 1220 mm x 1220 mm maximum board size.
                  Tapered as per drawings and details. Uniform slope and all
                  panels/corners/hips to be factory cut and labelled for ease of installation.
                  Material to be from same manufacturer as base insulation or approved for
                  use by membrane manufacturer. Acceptable material from one of the
                  following tapered insulation suppliers:
                  .1      "Tapered Sarnatherm" by Sarnafil.
                  .2      Accu-Plane Enterprises Inc.
                  .3      Posi-Slope Enterprises Inc.
                  .4      Beacon Roofing Supply Inc.
                  .5      Everest Supply Inc.

      .7    Tapered Fibreboard (Backslopes/Crickets):
            .1    High Density minimum 45psi. Conform to CSA A-247-M86. 610 mm x 1220
                  mm maximum board size. Tapered as per drawings and details. Uniform
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                   slope and all panels/corners/hips to be factory cut and labelled for ease of
                   installation. Material to be from same manufacturer as base insulation or
                   approved for use by membrane manufacturer. Acceptable material from one
                   of the following tapered insulation suppliers:
                   .1       Accu-Plane Enterprises Inc.
                   .2       Posi-Slope Enterprises Inc.
                   .3       Beacon Roofing Supply Inc.
                   .4       Everest Supply Inc.

      .8    Membrane Support Panels: A fibreglass mat faced panel with a specially treated
            gypsum core that resists moisture, surface primed. Panel size to be 1220 mm x 2440
            mm with minimum thickness of 6 mm, complies to ASTM C1177/1177M or ASTM
            C1278/1278M. Accepted products: "Dens-Deck Prime" by Georgia Pacific.

      .9    Insulation/Membrane Support Panel Adhesive:
            .1      Cold applied insulation adhesive. Accepted products:
                    .1     "Sarnacol 2163" by Sarnafil.
                    .2     "Coltack or Duotack" by Soprema.
                    .3     "Cold Gold Adhesive" by IKO.
                    .4     "ISO Twin Pack Adhesive" by Firestone.
                    .5     "Fas-n-Free" by Tremco.

      .10   PVC Membrane and Flashing Membrane: Polyvinyl chloride, non-woven fibreglass
            reinforced membrane with acrylic coating. Conform to CAN/CGSB 37.54M.
            Thickness of membrane to be nominal 1.2 mm (0.48 mil), surface colour to be white
            unless otherwise specified. Accepted products: "Sarnafil G410-12" by Sarnafil.

      .11   PVC Membrane Bonding Adhesive: Solvent based adhesive for adhering PVC
            membrane at any pitch. "Sarnacol 2170" by Sarnafil.

      .12   Sealer: Water cut-off mastic and sealant as recommended by manufacturer

      .13   Cleaner: Weathered membrane cleaner for lap splices as recommended by
            membrane manufacturer.

      .14   Batt Insulation:
            .1      Type 1 Mineral-Fibre Insulation conforming to CSA A101-M1983.
                    .1      Unfaced Metal Building Insulation by Manson Insulation Inc.
                    .2      Graham Fiber Glass Insulation by Graham Fiber Glass Limited.
                    .3      Manville Fiberglass Batt Insulation by Johns Manville.

      .15   Extruded Polystyrene Insulation:
            .1     Type IV rigid extruded polystyrene foam board, conforming to CAN/ULC
                   S701-97. 610 mm x 2440 mm maximum size. Butt edge or ship-lapped as per
                   drawings.
            .2     Material to be used under pavers to have 13 mm x 13 mm underscored
                   pattern as per details
            .3     Material to be from one of the following manufacturers:
                   .1      Celfort 300 by Celfortec Inc.
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                   .2     SM or Roofmate by Dow Chemical Inc.

2.2         MISCELLANEOUS

      .1    Fasteners:
            .1    No. 10 galvanized ardox roofing nails of length to penetrate base 25 mm.
                  Incorporate 25 mm min. nailing disc for backnailing or nails with solid caps.
            .2    Use copper, aluminium or stainless nails as most compatible with materials
                  being secured.
            .3    Screws, hex head with neoprene washers. Provide lead shields as required
                  for anchoring. Atlas Bolt or approved equal

      .2    Aluminum Sleeves and Collars:
            .1    1.295 mm pre-spun aluminum as required. Accepted manufacturers:
                  .1     National Roofing Supply.
                  .2     Lexcor Canada.
                  .3     Thaler Metal Industries.
                  .4     Altra Metal Specialties Inc.

      .3    Vent Stack Flashings:
            .1     Prefabricated from PVC, complete with wide base flange, adjustable size to
                   fit most pipe diameters, complete with stainless steel clamping ring. As per
                   manufacturers recommendation.
            .2     Where prefabricated units are not available to suit situation, use PVC
                   membrane with stainless steel clamping ring and sealant, as per
                   manufacturers recommended details.

      .4    Insert Drains:
            .1      Copper together with "U-Flow" seal, cast aluminum metal strainer dome with
                    hinged access gate and Allen key type access screw.
                    .1     "CD-200 Dome Series Drain" by National Roofing Supply.
                    .2     "Flash-Tite RR" by Lexcor.
                    .3     "CBD-FB Roof Drain" by Altra Metal Industries.
                    .4     "RD-14C-RR" by Thaler Metal Industries.

      .5    New Drains:
            .1    Copper together with "M.J. Coupling" connection, flow control, under-deck
                  clamp, cast aluminum metal strainer dome with hinged access gate and allen
                  key type access screw. Accepted products:
                  .1     "RD-14C" by Thaler Metal Industries Ltd.
                  .2     Approved alternate.

      .6    Termination Bar/ Perimeter Securement Bar: 25 mm x 2 mm thick aluminium bar
            pre-punched holes, with integral caulk ledge for termination bar. "SarnaBar" by
            Sarnafil.

      .7    Concrete Pavers:
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            .1     Precast concrete pavers to be 610 mm x 610 mm x 38 mm for access ladders
                   and doors. Precast pavers to be 406 mm x 406 mm x 38 mm for splash pads
                   at downspout locations.
            .2     Pavers to be set on 560 mm x 560 mm x 38 mm or 381 mm x 381 mm x 38
                   mm Type IV extruded polystyrene insulation pads. Underside of extruded
                   polystyrene pads to have 13 mm x 13 mm saw-cut channelled at 152 mm o.c.
                   Insulation pads to be 52 mm smaller on all sides than the overlying concrete
                   paver to ensure protection for U.V. degradation.

      .8    Walkway Treads: Polyester reinforced PVC membrane 2.4 mm thick for traffic areas.
            Contrasting colour to be as selected by owner or consultant. "SarnaTred" by Sarnafil.


3           Execution

3.1         GENERAL

      .1    Apply roofing in accordance with drawings, specifications and requirements of
            jurisdictional authorities and the Canadian Roofing Contractor's Association Roofing
            Manual.

      .2    Regard manufacturer's printed recommendations and specifications as minimum
            requirement for materials, methods and quality of work not otherwise specified
            herein.

      .3    Make adjustments to specified roofing procedures caused by weather and site
            conditions only with the Owner's approval.

      .4    Disconnect, relocate and reinstall mechanical and electrical systems as required.

      .5    Ensure watertight junctions of roof drains, vents and other items passing through the
            roof.

      .6    Maintain equipment in good working order to ensure control of roofing operations
            and protection of work. Roofing equipment and laying techniques to meet the
            approval of the Consultant.

      .7    Install vapour retarder and all field membrane beginning at low point and at right
            angles to the slope or from roof drain.

      .8    At manufacturer's recommended rate, prime all existing surfaces that are to receive
            new membrane.

      .9    When using cold applied adhesive, apply adhesive according to manufacturer's
            instructions/recommendations for the materials and surfaces receiving adhesive.

      .10   Use only manufacturer approved application equipment and follow manufacturer's
            recommendations for application.
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3.2         MECHANICAL SECUREMENT TO DECK

      .1    When mechanically securing thermal barrier/insulation to deck, secure as follows:
            .1   Provide one (1) fastener per 0.30m2 maximum contributory area of insulation
                 board with a minimum of five (5) fasteners per full 1220 mm x 1220 mm sized
                 board. If 1220 mm x 2440 mm insulation boards are used, double the
                 specified number of fasteners.
            .2   Provide 50% more fasteners at roof perimeters, than in field, for a width of
                 2440 mm and around mechanical equipment and penetrations for a width of
                 1220 mm.
            .3   Provide 75% more fasteners than in field, at roof area corners for a radius of
                 2440 mm.
            .4   Provide a minimum of two (2) fasteners per partial insulation boards.
            .5   Install fasteners in accordance with manufacturer's printed instructions.
            .6   Fastener length must be of sufficient length to penetrate the steel deck 19
                 mm minimum.
            .7   Take caution not to penetrate any under deck services.

      .2    Prior to fastening thermal barrier/insulation, contractor is to inspect the underside of
            the deck for conduit locations and other potential hazards. If the deck is concealed or
            fastening is otherwise not acceptable, utilize the specified insulation adhesive.
            Where adhesive is not specified, utilize adhesive as recommended by the
            manufacturer of the material being adhered.

3.3         DEMOLITION

      .1    The Contractor must provide the Owner's representatives with name and location of
            an approved dumpsite for waste disposal before roofing begins. Place all waste in
            proper disposal bins. All waste must be removed from the job site and disposed at
            an authorized dump.

      .2    The Contractor must provide completed waste transportation manifests from the
            disposal firm when requested by the Owner's representatives.

3.4         PREPARATION

      .1    Leave membrane free of ballast, clean and undamaged. Dispose of chipping and
            debris. Sweep back loose ballast to avoid contamination. Clean existing membrane
            as required.

      .2    As specified, remove existing roofing to expose the existing gypsum board at any
            area shown to be re-roofed.

      .3    Roofing Contractor must provide the owner or their representative with name and
            location of an approved dump site for disposal before roofing begins.

      .4    Place all waste in proper disposal bins. All waste must be removed from the job site
            and disposed at an authorized dump.
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      .5    The Contractor must provide completed waste transportation manifests from the
            disposal firm when requested by the owner or their representative.

      .6    Repair all defects in existing deck or gypsum board substrate that will impair the
            performance of the new roof system.

      .7    As directed by Consultant, replace damaged or otherwise unsuitable gypsum panels.
            Work to be completed under Cash Allowance terms.

      .8    Prepare perimeters, penetrations and other roof details as required per drawings.
            Install required wood blocking, metal support panels and densdeck panels in
            locations required and to good trade practices.

3.5         THERMAL BARRIER

      .1    On new roof deck only:
            .1    Ensure that metal deck is clean and free of rust, moisture and debris.
            .2    Lay thermal barrier board perpendicular to the flutes of the metal deck.
                  Structurally support all edges and stagger end joints. Butt joints with
                  moderate contact. No gaps.
            .3    Use largest pieces possible but no piece shall be smaller than 305 mm x 305
                  mm. Fill in voids between boards larger than 6 mm.
            .4    Loosely lay thermal barrier boards and mechanically fasten panels to deck
                  flutes with coated screws and metal plates as specified or in accordance with
                  FM 1-90 wind uplift fastening pattern, whichever is more stringent.
                  Alternatively, utilize specified adhesive to secure thermal barrier.
            .5    Tape all end joints with kraft laminate paper.

3.6         AIR BARRIER

      .1    At all locations identified on drawings, apply self-adhering air barrier membrane to
            clean and dry surface.

      .2    Prime surfaces to receive membrane.

      .3    Seal to surfaces as shown.

      .4    Ensure continuity of air barrier to vapour retarder.

3.7         VAPOUR RETARDER

      .1    Over exposed substrate and without adhering, unroll modified bitumen membrane to
            relax and for alignment.

      .2    Once relaxed and aligned, reroll membrane from both ends. Peel back one end of
            the silicone release sheet and adhere this part of the membrane to the substrate.
            Peel back the remaining release sheet at a 45º angle to avoid wrinkles in the
            membrane.
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       .3   If the membrane is not properly aligned, do not try to adjust it. Instead, cut the roll
            and start again, making sure that it is properly aligned and that it overlaps the end of
            the misaligned piece by 150 mm.

       .4   Use a 34 kg roller to press down along each membrane strip, including the laps.
            Finish by aligning the edge of the roller with the lower end of the side laps and rolling
            up the membrane. Do not cut the membrane to remove air bubbles trapped under
            the laps, but rather push the roller to the edge of the joint to squeeze them out.

       .5   Overlap each preceding sheet by 75 mm lengthwise following the reference line and
            by 150 mm at each end. Stagger end laps by at least 300 mm.

3.8         INSULATION LAYER(S)

       .1   Install base, secondary and tapered layers of insulation boards in cold applied
            adhesive as specified and as per adhesive manufacturer's instructions. Walk-in to
            ensure 100% of surface is adhered.

       .2   Stagger joints of insulation boards both horizontally and vertically. Stagger end
            joints. Butt joints with moderate contact. Leave no gaps or broken boards. Cut and fit
            neatly at projections and wood blocking.

3.9         MEMBRANE SUPPORT PANELS

       .1   Over tapered and/or base layer of insulation, install overlay board in cold applied
            adhesive as specified. Walk-in to ensure 100% of surface is adhered.

       .2   Stagger joints of boards both horizontally and vertically. Stagger end joints. Butt
            joints with moderate contact. Leave no gaps or broken boards. Cut and fit neatly at
            projections and wood blocking.

3.10        TEMPORARY PROTECTION

       .1   On phased roofing, when the completion of flashings and terminations is not
            achieved by the end of the workday, a daily seal must be performed to temporarily
            close the membrane to prevent water infiltration.

       .2   Complete an acceptable membrane seal in accordance with the manufacturer's
            requirements.

3.11        PVC MEMBRANE

       .1   Apply bonding adhesive in accordance with the manufacturer's published
            instructions, to the substrate area. Substrate shall be clean and free of debris. Apply
            only as much adhesive as can be covered in one day. Allow the adhesive to dry
            completely.

       .2   Place membrane over the substrate in its final position and allow to relax one half
            hour prior to any seaming or flashing.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                    PVC ROOFING
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       .3   Fold membrane sheet back lengthwise (onto itself) so half the underside of the
            membrane is exposed.

       .4   Apply bonding adhesive in accordance with the manufacturer's published
            instructions, to the exposed underside of the membrane. Do not apply bonding
            adhesive along the splice edge of the membrane to be hot air welded over the
            adjoining sheet.
            .1      While the adhesive is still active (produces strings when touched by a dry
                    finger) carefully roll the coated membrane into the coated substrate while
                    avoiding wrinkles. The applied membrane shall be pressed firmly into place
                    by use of a weighted foam cover lawn roller, or other approved method.
            .2      Fold back the unbonded half of the sheet lengthwise and repeat the bonding
                    procedures.

       .5   Position adjoining sheets to allow a minimum overlap of 75 mm.

       .6   Hot air weld the membrane sheets using in accordance with the manufacturer's hot
            air welding procedures.

       .7   Pull the membrane back along the welded splice so the entire underside of the
            membrane is exposed once the hot air weld has been completed. Complete bonding
            procedure as indicated above.

3.12        MEMBRANE SPLICING/HOT AIR WELDING PROCEDURES

       .1   Hot air weld the membrane using an automatic hot air welding machine or hot air
            hand welder in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. At all splice
            intersections, roll the seam with a silicone roller to ensure a continuous hot air
            welded seam. All splice intersections shall be overlaid with non-reinforced flashing
            membrane.

       .2   Probe all seams once the hot air welds have thoroughly cooled (approximately 30
            minutes).

       .3   Repair all seam deficiencies the same day they are discovered.

       .4   Apply cut edge sealant on all cut edges of reinforced membrane (where the scrim
            reinforcement is exposed) after seam probing is complete. Cut edge sealant is not
            required on vertical splices.

3.13        MEMBRANE PERIMETER FIXATION

       .1   Fasten perimeter securement bars at 305 mm o.c. directly to the deck using
            approved fasteners.

3.14        MEMBRANE FLASHING

       .1   Flashing of parapets, curbs, expansion joints and other parts of the roof must be
            performed using membrane flashing of same material as membrane.
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PVC ROOFING                                                    Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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       .2   Use pre-molded accessories for flashing pipe penetrations, Sealant Pockets, and
            scuppers, as well as inside and outside corners. Non-reinforced membrane can be
            used when the use of pre-molded accessories is not feasible.

       .3   Follow manufacturer's typical flashing procedures for all wall, curb, and penetration
            flashing including metal edging/coping and roof drain applications.

       .4   Extend membrane base flashings vertically as per drawings and details.

3.15        INSERT DRAINS

       .1   Before proceeding with insert drain installation, ensure all rain water leaders are
            properly secured. Inspect underside of deck as required.

       .2   Neatly cut down top of existing drain bowl to below top of new insulation as required
            to ensure new drain insert sits at the lowest point possible.

       .3   Make opening water and vapour tight at vapour retarder. Apply spray foam
            insulation to fill voids between existing drain bowl and new insulation. Fill voids
            within existing drain bowl with mineral wool batt insulation.

       .4   Install new drains and seals in accordance with the manufacturer's printed
            instructions.

       .5   Flash with 2 ply bitumen membrane. Extend first ply 152 mm, second ply 305 mm
            beyond flange.

       .6   Stop membrane flashing 25 mm from strainer ensuring drainage openings at base of
            strainer are kept clear of asphalt, gravel, etc.

       .7   Ensure strainer dome is in place and secure.

3.16        WALKWAYS

       .1   Concrete Pavers
            .1    Install minimum of two (2) pavers at base of each door or access ladder
                  location.
            .2    Install full concrete paver coverage within the cooling tower location. Cut and
                  trim concrete pavers around roof projects allowing a clearance of 25 mm.
            .3    Concrete pavers to be placed on underscored rigid insulation. Provide
                  levellers are required to ensure concrete pavers do not rock or sit askew.

       .2   Sarnatred Walkways
            .1     Layout of walkways may be modified on site, as directed by the owner or their
                   representative.
            .2     Install the walks with a full bond to the membrane following membrane
                   manufacturers recommendations.
            .3     Walk to have a 75 mm gap at a maximum distance of 2440 mm apart.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                      PVC ROOFING
Project No. 09031                                                                         Page 15

3.17        FINISH

       .1   Perform daily clean up to collect all wrappings, empty containers, and other debris
            from the project site.

       .2   Upon completion, all debris must be disposed of in a legally acceptable manner.

       .3   Prior to the final inspection, the contractor must perform a pre-inspection to review all
            work and to verify all flashing has been completed as well as the application of all
            caulking.

       .4   Leave roof clean of debris, spills, etc.


                                       END OF SECTION
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                               Section 07620
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                   FLASHING AND SHEET METAL
Project No. 09031                                                                     Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for flashing and sheet metal
            Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM A653/A653M, Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or
            Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvanealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.

      .2    ASTM C920, Specification for Elastomeric Joint Sealants.

      .3    CRCA Roofing Manual, Canadian Roofing Contractors Association.

1.3         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Shop drawings:
            .1    Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01000 indicating:
                  .1     Proposed method of shaping, forming, jointing.
                  .2     Fastening, and application of flashing and sheet metal Work.

      .2    Samples:
            .1    Submit following samples in accordance with Section 01000:
                  .1     50 x 50 mm samples of sheet metal material, colour and finish.
                  .2     Representative sample section of prepainted metal flashing illustrating
                         S locking jointing method, minimum 600 mm long.


2           Products

2.1         MATERIALS

      .1    All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, sealants and
            paints are to have low VOC content limits.

      .2    Prepainted sheet steel: ASTM A653/A653M; Classification LFQ, Grade A, Z275 zinc
            coating designation, 0.60 mm minimum base steel thickness, commercial quality,
            prefinished with Perspectra Series coating system by U.S. Steel Canada, or
            Colourite WeatherX by Vicwest Steel. Colour to match existing flashing finish.

      .3    Plastic cement: Trowel grade asphalt mastic.

      .4    Sealant: ASTM C920, Type S, Grade NS, Class 25; High-performance,
            medium-modulus, one-part, neutral-cure silicone sealant. ‘CWS’ by Dow Corning or
            approved alternative.
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FLASHING AND SHEET METAL                                      Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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      .5   Starter strips: Starter strips to be continuous, of same material as flashing used, 1.2
           mm thick.

      .6   Fasteners: Flat head roofing nails of length, type and thickness suitable for metal
           flashing application.

      .7   Washers: of same material as sheet metal, 1 mm thick with rubber packings.

      .8   Touch-up paint: Same colour and material as prepainted sheet steel, as
           recommended by prefinished coating manufacturer.

2.2        FABRICATION

      .1   Fabricate copings, flashings, curb counter flashings, starter strips and miscellaneous
           flashings in accordance with CRCA and to details shown.

      .2   Breakform prepainted sheet material to shapes shown. Make end joints where
           adjacent lengths of metal flashing meet, in accordance with jointing method
           specified.

      .3   Form pieces in 2400 mm maximum lengths. Make allowance for expansion at joints.

      .4   Hem exposed edges 13 mm minimum on underside for appearance and stiffness.
           Mitre and seal corners with sealant.

      .5   Reglets and Cap flashing: Form flashings of as detailed and in accordance with
           CRCA. Provide slotted fixing holes and steel/plastic washer fasteners.


3          Execution

3.1        EXAMINATION

      .1   Verify condition and dimensions of previously installed Work upon which this Section
           depends. Report defects to Consultant. Commencement of Work means
           acceptance of existing conditions.

3.2        INSTALLATION

      .1   Install coping flashings, curb counter flashings, starter strips and miscellaneous
           flashings to details shown on the Contract Drawings and in accordance with CRCA .

      .2   Use concealed fasteners. Exposed fasteners such as pop rivets are not allowed.

      .3   Install continuous starter strips to present a true, non-waving, leading edge. Anchor
           to back-up for a rigid, secure installation.

      .4   Counterflash bituminous flashings at intersections of roof with vertical surfaces and
           curbs. Flash joints using S-lock forming tight fit over hook strips.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                  FLASHING AND SHEET METAL
Project No. 09031                                                                    Page 3

      .5    Make end joints using an S lock joint. Execute by inserting end coping length in 25
            mm deep S lock formed in end of adjacent length. Extend concealed portion of S
            lock 25 mm outwards and nail to substrate. Face nailing of joints will not be
            permitted.

      .6    Seal where necessary to form weathertight seal between flashing and adjoining
            surfaces and between flashing and other Work. Sealing Work consists of bedding
            between members where possible. Tool sealant to concave profile where exposed.

      .7    Insert metal flashing under cap flashing to form weathertight junction.

      .8    Caulk flashing at cap flashing with sealant.


                                      END OF SECTION
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                          Section 07850
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                          FIRESTOPPING AND SMOKE SEALS
Project No. 09031                                                                Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for firestopping and smoke
            seals Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM E814, Test Method for Fire Tests of Through-Penetration Fire Stops.

      .2    CAN/CGSB 19.13, Sealing Compound, One Component, Elastomeric, Chemical
            Curing.

      .3    CAN/ULC S102, Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and
            Assemblies.

      .4    CAN/ULC S115, Standard Method of Fire Tests of Firestop Systems.

      .5    CAN/ULC S702, Thermal Insulation, Mineral Fibre for Buildings.

1.3         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data:
            .1    Submit copies of manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section
                  01000 indicating:
                  .1      Performance criteria, compliance with appropriate reference standard,
                          characteristics, limitations.
                  .2      Product transportation, storage, handling and installation
                          requirements.
                  .3      Submit firestop and smoke seal manufacturer's Product data for
                          materials and prefabricated devices, including manufacturer's printed
                          installation instructions.

      .2    Shop drawings:
            .1    Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01000 indicating:
                  .1     Fire rated and smoke sealed systems for each typical application.
                  .2     Construction details, accurately reflecting actual job conditions.
                  .3     ULC or Intertek Testing assembly listing.

      .3    Certification:
            .1      Submit certified documentation from manufacturer for each worker
                    performing Work of this Section.
            .2      Submit installer's and Product manufacturer's certification verifying
                    compliance with the Contract Documents and conformance with ASTM E814
                    and CAN/ULC S115.
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FIRESTOPPING AND SMOKE SEALS                                 Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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1.4        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1   Perform Work of this Section by manufacturer-approved, skilled, qualified, and
           experienced workers trained in installation of Work of this Section.

1.5        SITE CONDITIONS

      .1   Conform to manufacturer's requirements and maintain a minimum temperature of 50
           C for a minimum period of 24 h before application, during, and until application is
           fully cured.

      .2   Maintain sealant at a minimum 18° C for best workability.


2          Products

2.1        ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS

      .1   Acceptable manufacturers of rated systems include:
           .1    AD Fire Protection Systems Inc.
           .2    Hilti Canada Corporation.
           .3    3M Canada Inc.
           .4    Tremco Ltd.

2.2        MATERIALS

      .1   All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, primers and
           sealants are to have low VOC content limits.

      .2   Firestop sealant: single component, low modulus, silicone rubber, moisture curing,
           ULC labelled to CAN/CGSB 19.13-M and CAN/ULC S115.

      .3   Firestop insulation: to CAN/ULC-S702, Type 2; mineral fibre manufactured from rock
           or slag, suitable for manual application.
           .1      Density: 81 kg/m3 when tested to ASTM C303.
           .2      Combustibility: Noncombustible to CAN/ULC S114.
           .3      Melt temperature: >1175 degrees C.
           .4      Surface burning characteristics: to CAN/ULC S102, maximum flame spread
                   of 0, smoke developed of 0.
           .5      Moisture Absorption: 0.04 percent when tested to ASTM C1104.
           .6      Smoulder Resistance: 0.01 percent when tested to CAN/ULC S129.

      .4   Damming, back-up, supports, and anchorage: In accordance with manufacturer's fire
           rated systems and to acceptance of authorities having jurisdiction.

      .5   Primer: As recommended by firestop sealant manufacturer.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                            FIRESTOPPING AND SMOKE SEALS
Project No. 09031                                                                  Page 3

2.3         SYSTEMS

      .1    Firestopping and smoke seals: ULC or Intertek Testing Services listed Products and
            systems in accordance with CAN/ULC S115 suitable to actual application and
            installation conditions.

      .2    Do not use Products containing asbestos.

      .3    Firestopping components shall not contain volatile solvents or require special
            application to protect plastic pipe from firestopping compound.


3           Execution

3.1         EXAMINATION

      .1    Verify condition and dimensions of previously installed Work upon which this Section
            depends. Report defects to Consultant. Commencement of Work means
            acceptance of existing conditions.

      .2    Verify that substrates and surfaces to receive firestopping and smoke seals are
            clean, dry, and frost free.

3.2         FIRESTOP AND SMOKE SEAL LOCATIONS AND RATINGS

      .1    Install ULC firestop and smoke seal systems rated to match fire resistance design
            rating of assemblies into which they are installed.

      .2    Install firestop and smoke seal systems. Use systems with required ratings at
            following typical locations, including but not limited to:
            .1       Gaps at intersections of fire-resistance rated partitions.
            .2       Control and sway joints in fire-resistance rated walls and partitions.
            .3       Gaps at top of fire-resistance rated partitions.
            .4       Penetrations through fire-resistance rated walls and partitions including
                     mechanical and electrical services and openings and sleeves for future use.
            .5       Penetrations through fire-resistance rated floor slabs, ceilings, and roofs.
            .6       Perimeter of retaining angles on rigid ducts greater than 0.012 m2,
                     firestopping material between retaining angle and fire separation and
                     between retaining angle and duct, on each side of fire separation.

3.3         PREPARATION

      .1    Prepare, modify, and adjust void sizes, proportions, and conditions to conform to fire
            rated and smoke sealed assembly requirements such as assembly opening size and
            dimensional restrictions.

      .2    Mask adjacent surfaces to avoid spillage and over-coating of adjacent surfaces.
            Remove stains from adjacent surfaces.
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FIRESTOPPING AND SMOKE SEALS                                   Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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3.4         INSTALLATION

      .1    Install firestopping and smoke seal systems in accordance with manufacturer's
            instructions and fire rated assembly to establish continuity and integrity of fire
            separations.

      .2    Install firestop insulation in compacted thicknesses required by ULC design.
            Compress insulation approximately 50 percent.

      .3    Install primers as recommended by firestop and smoke seal Product manufacturers.

      .4    Install temporary forming, damming, back-up as required, remove after materials
            have achieved initial cure and will resist displacement.

      .5    Install firestop and smoke seal filler in horizontal joints providing 25% compression
            fit.

      .6    Use resilient, elastomeric firestopping and smoke seal systems in following locations:
            .1     Openings and sleeves for future use.
            .2     Penetration systems subject to vibration or thermal movement.
            .3     Penetration systems in acoustical containment enclosures.

      .7    Trowel and tool exposed firestop and smoke seal Product surfaces to uniform,
            smooth finish.

      .8    Repair damaged firestopped and smoke sealed surfaces to acceptance of
            Consultant.

      .9    Identify each firestop and smoke seal penetration assembly with permanent label
            listing following:
            .1       Assembly and rating in hours.
            .2       Date of installation.
            .3       Installing company's name and telephone number.

      .10   Do not cover materials until full cure has taken place.

3.5         CLEAN-UP

      .1    Remove excess materials and debris and clean adjacent surfaces immediately after
            application.


                                      END OF SECTION
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                                   Section 07900
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                       SEALANTS
Project No. 09031                                                                         Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for sealant Work in
            accordance with the Contract Documents.

      .2    Work of this Section does not include sealants in firestopping and smoke sealed
            assemblies.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM C920, Specification for Elastomeric Joint Sealants.

      .2    ASTM C1330, Specification for Cylindrical Sealant Backing for Use with Cold Liquid
            Applied Sealants.

1.3         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data: Submit copies of Product data in accordance with Section 01000
            describing type, composition and recommendations or directions for surface
            preparation, material preparation and material installation.

      .2    Samples:
            .1    Submit following samples in accordance with Section 01000.
                  .1     Two samples of sealant/caulking, for colour selection.
                  .2     Two samples of back-up material and primer for physical
                         characteristics.

1.4         QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1    Qualifications: Work of this Section shall be executed by trained applicators
            approved by sealant manufacturer and having a minimum of 5 years proven
            experience.

1.5         SITE CONDITIONS

      .1    Do not install materials when ambient air temperature is less than 5°C, when
            recesses are wet or damp, or to manufacturer's recommendations.

1.6         DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

      .1    Arrange delivery of materials in original, unopened packages with labels intact,
            including batch number, and ensure that on-site storage is kept to a minimum. Do
            not store materials on site where there exists any danger of damage from moisture,
            direct sunlight, freezing and other contaminants.
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SEALANTS                                                      Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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1.7         WARRANTY

      .1    Submit a warranty for Sealant Work in accordance with General Conditions, except
            that warranty period is extended to 2 years. Warrant against leakage, cracking,
            crumbling, melting, shrinkage, running, loss of adhesion and staining adjacent
            surfaces. Warranty shall be for complete replacement including affected adjacent
            Work.


2           Products

2.1         MATERIALS

      .1    General:
            .1    All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, primers
                  and sealants are to have low VOC content limits.
            .2    Use materials as received from manufacturers, without additives or
                  adulterations. Use one manufacturer's Product for each kind of Product
                  specified.

      .2    Sealant Type A: ASTM C920, Type M, Grade NS, Class 25; Two-part, Polyurethane
            non-sag type, in standard colours selected.
            .1     Sikaflex 2C-NS by Sika Canada Inc.
            .2     Dymeric 240 by Tremco Ltd.

2.2         ACCESSORIES

      .1    Primers: Type recommended by material manufacturers for various substrates,
            primers to prevent staining of adjacent surfaces encountered on project.

      .2    Joint backing: ASTM C1330; Round, solid section, closed cell, skinned surface, soft
            polyethylene foam gasket stock, compatible with primer and sealant materials, 30 to
            50% oversized, Shore A hardness of 20, tensile strength 140 to 200 kPa. Bond
            breaker type surface.

      .3    Bond breaker: Type recommended by material manufacturers.

      .4    Void filler around the window frames to be one part expanding polyurethane foam.

      .5    Cleaning agents: As recommended by material manufacturer, non-staining,
            harmless to substrates and adjacent finished surfaces.

2.3         MIXING

      .1    Follow manufacturers instructions on mixing, shelf and pot life.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                          SEALANTS
Project No. 09031                                                                            Page 3

3           Execution

3.1         PREPARATION

      .1    Prepare joints to receive sealants to manufacturer's instructions. Ensure that joints
            are clean and dry and ferrous surfaces are free from rust and oil.

      .2    Clean recesses to receive sealant, to be free of dirt, dust, loose material, oil, grease,
            form release agents and other substances detrimental to sealant's performance.
            .1     Remove lacquer or other protective coatings from metal surfaces, without
                   damaging metal finish, using oil-free solvents. Remove rust, mill scale and
                   coatings from ferrous metals by wire brush, grinding or sand blasting.
            .2     Enure recess is dry.
            .3     Do not apply sealants to joint surfaces treated with sealer, curing compound,
                   water repellent, or other coatings. Remove incompatible coatings as
                   required.

      .3    Ensure that all materials in contact with sealant are compatible. Test substrate for
            adhesion.

      .4    Depth of recess: Maintain depth to ½ joint width up to a maximum of 13 mm and not
            less than 6 mm at centre of joint. For greater depth, use joint backing under. Where
            recess is less than specified depth, cut back surface of recess to specified recess
            depth.

      .5    Install polyethylene backing rod in joints 6 mm or more in width. Roll backing rod
            into joint. Do not stretch or bend backing rod. Install bond breaker to back of
            recess.

      .6    Prime sides of recess, in accordance with sealant manufacturer's instructions.

      .7    Condition products for use in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.

3.2         INSTALLATION

      .1    Apply sealant immediately after adjoining Work is in condition to receive such Work.
            Apply sealant in continuous bead using gun with correctly sized nozzle. Use
            sufficient pressure to evenly fill joint.

      .2    Ensure sealant has full uniform contact with, and adhesion to, side surfaces of
            recess. Superficial painting with skin bead is not acceptable. Tool sealant to smooth
            surface, free from ridges, wrinkles, sags, air pockets, embedded impurities, dirt,
            stains or other defects.
            .1      At recesses in angular surfaces, finish sealant with flat profile, flush with face
                    of material at each side.
            .2      At recesses in flush surfaces, finish compound with concave face, flush with
                    face of material at each side.

      .3    Make sealant bead uniform in colour.
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SEALANTS                                                       Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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      .4    Cure sealants in accordance with sealant manufacturer's instructions. Do not cover
            up sealants until proper curing has taken place.

      .5    Immediately remove excess compound or droppings which would set up or become
            difficult to remove from adjacent finished surfaces, using recommended cleaners, as
            work progresses. Do not use scrapers, chemicals or other tools which could
            damage finished surfaces. Remove defective sealant.

      .6    Clean recesses and re-apply sealant.

      .7    Remove masking tape immediately after joints have been sealed and tooled.

3.3         CLEANING

      .1    Clean surfaces adjacent to joints, remove sealant smears or other soiling resulting
            from application of sealants. At metal surfaces, remove residue. Do not mar or
            damage finishes on materials adjacent to joints. Repair or replace marred or
            damaged materials.

3.4         SCHEDULE OF LOCATIONS

      .1    Following sealant location schedule is included for convenience and may not be
            complete. Examine Contract Drawings and other specification sections and
            determine entire extent of Work of this Section. Generally seal following locations:
            .1     Concrete and wood to metal.
            .2     Wood to concrete.
            .3     Metal to metal.
            .4     All dissimilar materials.

      .2    Sealant Type A:
            .1     Exterior joints between steel and concrete.
            .2     Interior and exterior control joints, except in floors .
            .3     Door frames, louvre frames, interior and exterior side.
            .4     Protrusions through interior and exterior walls and floors, interior and exterior
                   side, except where fire rated seals are required.
            .5     Seal thresholds.


                                      END OF SECTION
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                           Section 08100
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                 METAL DOORS AND FRAMES
Project No. 09031                                                                 Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for the metal doors and frames
            Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    ASTM A653/A653M, Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-
            Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvanealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.

      .2    ASTM A568/A568M, Specification for General Requirements for Steel, Carbon and
            High-Strength Low-Alloy, Hot-Rolled Sheet and Cold-Rolled Sheet.

      .3    CAN/CGSB-1.198, Cementitious Primer, (for Galvanized Surfaces).

      .4    CGSB 41-GP-19Ma, Rigid Vinyl Extrusions for Windows and Doors.

      .5    CSA W47.1, Certification of Companies for Fusion Welding of Steel Structures.

      .6    CSA W59-M, Welded Steel Construction (Metal Arc Welding).

1.3         DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

      .1    Design exterior frame assemblies to accommodate expansion and contraction when
            subjected to minimum and maximum surface temperature of -35°C to 35°C.

1.4         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data: Submit manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section
            01000 indicating door and frame construction.

      .2    Shop drawings:
            .1    Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01000 for each type of
                  door and frame indicating:
                  .1     Thickness and type of steel.
                  .2     Thickness and type of core.
                  .3     Thickness and type of steel stiffeners and location of them within the
                         door.
                  .4     Thickness and type of metal facing on edges of door and method of
                         fastening.
                  .5     Location of mortises, reinforcement, anchorages, joining, welding,
                         sleeving, exposed fasteners, openings and arrangement for hardware.
            .2    Include schedule identifying each unit with door marks and numbers relating
                  to numbering on Contract Drawings and in door schedule.
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METAL DOORS AND FRAMES                                       Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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1.5        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1   Perform Work in accordance with requirements by a member of the Canadian Steel
           Door and Frame Manufacturers Association.


2          Products

2.1        ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS

      .1   Baron Metal Industries Inc.

      .2   Daybar Industries Limited

      .3   Fleming Steel Doors and Frames.

2.2        MATERIALS

      .1   General: All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, primers
           are to have low VOC content limits.

      .2   Steel: ASTM A568/A568M, Class 1; Commercial grade steel, hot dip galvanized to
           ASTM A653/A653M, ZF075 satin coat finish.

      .3   Minimum base steel thickness:
           .1    Frames                                 1.6 mm
           .2    Typical doors                          1.2 mm
           .3    Interior stiffeners                    0.9 mm
           .4    Lock/strike reinforcements             1.6 mm
           .5    Hinge reinforcements                   2.7 mm
           .6    All other reinforcement                1.6 mm
           .7    Top and bottom channels                1.2 mm
           .8    Guard boxes                            0.9 mm
           .9    Jamb spreaders                         0.9 mm

      .4   Top caps and thermal breaks: CGSB 41-GP-19Ma; Rigid PVC extrusions.

      .5   Primer: CAN/CGSB 1.198.

      .6   Core material: Rigid poly/isocyanuate, closed cell insulation, 32 kg/m3, thermal value:
           RSI 1.9.

      .7   Screws: Stainless steel screws with countersunk flat head.

      .8   Door silencers: Type 6-180, black neoprene.

      .9   Frame anchors:
           .1    Frames in steel stud partitions: 0.9 mm minimum steel anchors of suitable
                 design securely welded inside each jamb.
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            .2     Labeled frames: In accordance with ULC requirements.

      .10   Floor anchors: 1.6 mm minimum adjustable floor clip angles with 2 holes for
            anchorage to floor.

2.3         FABRICATION

      .1    General
            .1    Fabricate doors and frames in accordance with reviewed shop drawings.
            .2    Welding: CSA W59-M to produce a finished unit with no visible seams or
                  joints, square, true and free of distortion.
            .3    Welding: Continuous unless specified otherwise. Execute welding by a firm
                  fully acceptable to the Canadian Welding Bureau to requirements of CSA
                  W47.1.
            .4    Form profiles accurately to details shown on Contract Drawings.
            .5    Ream and remove burrs from drilled and punched holes.
            .6    Grind welded corners and joints to a flat plane and fill with metallic filler and
                  sand to a uniform smooth finish. Apply one coat of primer.

      .2    Frames:
            .1    Fabricate frames of welded construction. Cut mitres and joints accurately
                  and weld continuously on inside of frame profile. Exterior frames to be
                  thermally broken.
            .2    Construct large frame sections with provision for on Site assembly to suit Site
                  conditions.
            .3    Blank, reinforce, drill and tap frames for mortised, templated hardware.
                  Protect mortised cut-outs with guard boxes.
            .4    Reinforce frames where required for surface mounted hardware.
            .5    Reinforce frames over 1200 mm wide with roll formed steel channels or
                  hollow structural sections specified in Section 05500 and as indicated on
                  drawings.
            .6    Furnish exterior door frames with a continuously welded integral steel
                  weather drip at head of frame.
            .7    Prepare each door opening for single stud rubber door silencers, 3 for single
                  door openings located in strike jamb, and 2 for double door openings located
                  in head.
            .8    Install 2 channel or angle spreaders per frame, to ensure correct frame
                  alignment. Install stiffener plates or spreaders between frame trim where
                  required, to prevent bending of trim and to maintain alignment when setting in
                  place.

      .3    Anchorage:
            .1    Anchor units to floor and wall construction. Locate each wall anchor
                  immediately above or below each hinge reinforcement on hinge jamb and
                  directly opposite on strike jamb, minimum number of anchors for each jamb:
                  .1      Frames up to 2285 mm                         3 anchors.
                  .2      Frames from 2285 mm to 2440 mm               4 anchors.
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           .2     Fabricate frames for installation in steel stud partitions with steel anchors of
                  suitable design, minimum number of anchors for each jamb :
                  .1      Frames up to 2285 mm height                     4 anchors.
                  .2      Frames 2285 mm to 2440 mm                       5 anchors.

      .4   General Door Requirements:
           .1    Hollow steel construction, flush swing type, of sizes to conform to details,
                 schedules and reviewed shop drawings.
           .2    Blank, reinforce, drill and tap doors for mortised, templated hardware. Where
                 required, reinforce doors for surface mounted hardware and door closers.
           .3    Reinforce oversized doors with steel channels and plates specified in Section
                 05500 and as indicated on drawings.
           .4    Bevel both stiles of single doors 1 in 16.

      .5   Exterior Doors:
           .1     Supply and install inverted, recessed, mechanically interlocked with tack
                  welded channels at top and bottom of doors. Supply and install PVC top
                  caps.
           .2     Fabricate doors with joints between front and back panels meeting on stile
                  edges. Make joints continuously welded for entire height of door. After
                  welding has been completed, grind joints smooth to match metal. Ensure
                  that no filler is used in joints.
           .3     Fill hollow space within door from top to bottom with rigid polyisocyanuate
                  insulation.


3          Execution

3.1        EXAMINATION

      .1   Verify condition and dimensions of previously installed Work upon which this Section
           depends. Report defects to Consultant. Commencement of Work means
           acceptance of existing conditions.

3.2        HOLLOW METAL DOOR AND FRAME INSTALLATION

      .1   Install hollow metal doors and frames plumb, square, level, secure, and at correct
           elevation.

      .2   Install doors clear of floor finishes, and with the correct rebate opening for the door
           installation. Install door silencers.

      .3   Secure anchorages and connections to adjacent construction. Brace frames rigidly in
           position while building-in. Remove temporary steel shipping jamb spreaders. Install
           wood spreaders at third points of frame rebate height to maintain frame width.
           Supply and install vertical supports as indicated on drawings for openings over
           1200 mm in width. Remove wood spreaders after frames have been built-in.
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      .4    Allow for structural deflection and prevent structural loads from being transmitted to
            hollow metal frames.

      .5    Touch-up areas where galvanized coating has been removed or damaged with
            primer.

3.3         ADJUSTING AND CLEANING

      .1    Adjust doors for smooth and balanced door movement.

      .2    Clean doors and frames.


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Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                              Section 08700
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                           FINISH HARDWARE
Project No. 09031                                                                    Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for finish hardware Work in
            accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    BHMA, Builders Hardware Manufacturing Association.

1.3         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data: Submit manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section 01001
            indicating compliance with reference standards, transportation, storage, handling
            and installation requirements.

      .2    Shop drawings:
            .1    Submit shop drawings and 3 complete hardware lists in accordance with
                  Section 01001 indicating:
                  .1      Door locations, sizes, hardware manufacturer's catalogue numbers,
                          finish symbols and quantities required.
                  .2      Locations and mounting heights of each type of hardware.
            .2    Supply templates and required information to door and frame manufacturer to
                  enable accurate sizes, locations of cut-outs and reinforcement for hardware.
            .3    Submit templates to required trade to arrange for provisions for accurate
                  setting and fitting of hardware.

      .3    Samples:
            .1    Submit 2 samples in accordance with Section 01001 of each item that is
                  different from hardware specified and include manufacturer's parts lists and
                  installation instructions.
            .2    Submit hardware component samples illustrating style, colour and finish. Tag
                  samples identifying applicable Specification article number, brand name and
                  number, finish, building location, date and catalogue number.
            .3    Do not order hardware until samples have been accepted. Submit new
                  samples to replace rejected samples. Supply hardware and finishes identical
                  to each accepted sample.

      .4    Closeout submittals:
            .1    Submit the following in accordance with Section 01001 for each Product for
                  incorporation into Operation and Maintenance Manual:
                  .1     Maintenance data.
                  .2     Operating instructions and safety precautions.
                  .3     Parts list with name and address of supplier.
                  .4     Lubrication schedule and type of lubricant recommended.
                  .5     Keys, tools and special devices.
                  .6     Inspection procedures related to preventive maintenance.
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1.4        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1   General:
           .1    Manufacturers: Companies specializing in manufacturing door hardware and
                 registered with BHMA.
           .2    Hardware supplier: Company specializing in supplying commercial door
                 hardware and acceptable to manufacturer.

      .2   Certifications:
           .1      Employ an Architectural Hardware Consultant to inspect completed
                   installation and certify that hardware has been supplied and installed in
                   accordance with manufacturer's printed instructions and as specified.
           .2      Submit manufacturer's certificate that finish hardware and fire rated hardware
                   meets specified requirements.

1.5        DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      .1   Be responsible for packaging of hardware, on a set by set basis. As material is
           received from various manufacturers identify it to correspond to Hardware List
           symbols.

      .2   Label packages legibly, indicating manufacturer's number, types, sizes, opening
           number and Hardware List reference number. Wrap hardware and include in
           package, screws, bolts and fastening necessary for correct installation. If hardware
           package is not complete, pay additional charges incurred by installer.

      .3   Deliver hardware to Site packaged, labelled and cross-referenced to hardware list for
           each item and it's scheduled installation location.

      .4   Accept Products of this Section on Site and that each item is undamaged.

      .5   Catalogue and store hardware in secure area.


2          Products

2.1        GENERAL

      .1   Provide hardware schedule to Consultant for approval indicating products, materials
           and finishes. Do not order products until schedule has been approved by
           Consultant.

      .2   Carefully check and verify Hardware List against Contract Drawings to ensure that
           hardware listed can be used as specified. Inform Consultant of concerns regarding
           quality, quantity, operation or function of hardware selected:
           .1      Verify hand of doors, examine details on Contract Drawings and at Site to
                   ensure hardware supplied can be correctly installed and is correct for Work
                   as constructed.
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            .2     Select hardware in accordance with applicable codes and regulations and to
                   approval of local Fire Marshall.
            .3     Replace and pay for defective hardware including hardware which was
                   incorrectly selected, and remedial and installation costs.

      .3    Ensure that hardware selected will function correctly, meets Contract requirements
            and Ontario Building Code and authorities having jurisdiction.

      .4    Ensure that each hardware item is of same type, design and by same manufacturer.

      .5    Manufacturer's names or trade marks are not permitted on exposed surfaces of
            hardware.

      .6    Include in packing slip a list of parts, name of supplier and door number in which lock
            is to be installed.

      .7    Hardware for fire rated and labelled door and frame assemblies: ULC listed or as
            accepted by authorities having jurisdiction.

      .8    Fire rated assemblies:
            .1      Hardware: Selected and installed in accordance with applicable codes and
                    regulations, NFPA-80 and to approval of Ontario Fire Marshall.
            .2      Fire rated doors: ULC labelled hardware. Submit written certification of
                    conformance to ULC requirements for each type of hardware prior to delivery.
            .3      Locksets and latchsets on fire rated doors: 19 mm throw minimum.

2.2         ACCESSORIES

      .1    Items to be attached to masonry or concrete with expandable shields, lag screws,
            bolts or other fastening devices as required. Exposed screws: Stainless steel,
            Phillips or Robertson heads.

2.3         FINISHES

      .1    Metal finishes: Free from defects, clean, unstained and of a uniform colour for each
            type of finish required. Exposed surfaces and anchors: Specified finish symbol of
            item.


3           Execution

3.1         INSTALLATION

      .1    Install hardware in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions and
            applicable codes and regulations.

      .2    Remove existing mortise hardware on reused doors and install new lever mortise
            hardware.
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      .3   Install hardware in accordance with hardware templates.

      .4   Adjust fixed and operable hardware for correct clearances and function.

      .5   Mount hardware measured from finished floor to centre of hardware, unless
           indicated otherwise:
           .1      Top hinge: 250 mm from head of door to top.
           .2      Bottom hinge: 265 mm from finished floor to bottom of hinge.
           .3      Intermediate hinge: Equal distance between top and bottom hinge.
           .4      Locksets, latchsets: 1000 mm.
           .5      Panic device crossbar: 1000 mm.
           .6      Push plates: 1100 mm to bottom of plates.
           .7      Guard bars: 1100 mm.
           .8      Door pulls: 1100 mm to bottom of pulls.
           .9      Blank strike: 1450 mm.
           .10     Blank fronts: 1450 mm.

3.2        FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

      .1   Have hardware inspected after installation by hardware supplier's representative,
           obtain certification in writing that hardware has been supplied and installed in
           accordance with Specifications and hardware manufacturer's instructions and is
           functioning correctly.

3.3        HARDWARE GROUPS

      .1   Hardware groups to follow.


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Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                             Section 09677
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                       WATERPROOF FLOORING
Project No. 09031                                                                   Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Design, labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for waterproof flooring
            Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data:
            .1    Submit manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section 01000
                  indicating:
                  .1      Performance criteria, characteristics, limitations, preparation, and
                          installation requirements and techniques.
                  .2      Product transportation, storage, handling and installation
                          requirements.

      .2    Shop drawings: Submit shop drawings indicating sections, details, materials,
            thicknesses, finishes, joint layout and locations, and coating terminations in
            accordance with Section 01000.

      .3    Samples: Submit two 300 x 300 mm samples, on cement board, of waterproof
            flooring in accordance with Section 01000.

      .4    Reports/Certificates:
            .1     Submit manufacturer's written acceptance of substrate prior to installation.
                   Submit verification of moisture content of floor prior to installation.
            .2     Submit applicator’s current certificate of approval, for installation of
                   waterproof flooring, by the material manufacturer as proof of compliance.
            .3     Submit letter certifying that materials proposed for use on this project meet
                   criteria specified, are compatible with each other, and that the manufacturer
                   recommended the product for it’s intended end use.
            .4     Submit certification from waterproofing flooring manufacturer that installation
                   meets specified and manufacturer’s requirements.

      .5    Closeout submittals: Submit maintenance data for incorporation into Operations and
            Maintenance Manuals in accordance with Section 01000.

1.3         QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1    Installers qualifications: Perform Work of this Section by a company that has a
            minimum of five years proven experience in waterproof flooring installations of a
            similar size and nature and that is approved by manufacturer.

      .2    Mock-up:
            .1    Construct 10 m2 mock-up of waterproof flooring in location acceptable to
                  Consultant.
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           .2     Mock-up shall demonstrate the minimum standard for workmanship, material
                  thicknesses, surface profile, flashing, and juncture details, slip resistance,
                  and finished appearance.
           .3     Arrange for Consultant's review and acceptance, allow 48 hours after
                  acceptance before proceeding with Work.
           .4     Mock-up may remain as part of Work if accepted by Consultant. Remove
                  and dispose of mock-ups which do not form part of Work.
           .5     Upon acceptance, mock-up shall serve as a minimum standard of quality for
                  the balance of the work of this Section.

      .3   Pre-installation meetings: Arrange with Consultant, manufacturer's representative,
           and waterproof flooring applicator to inspect substrates, and to review installation
           procedures 48 hours in advance of installation.

1.4        DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      .1   Deliver products in original factory packaging bearing identification of product,
           manufacturer, and batch number. Provide Material Safety Data Sheets for each
           product.

      .2   Store product in location protected from freezing, damage, construction activity,
           precipitation, and direct sunlight, in strict accordance with manufacturer's
           recommendations.

      .3   Prior to application, condition products in accordance with manufacturer's
           recommendations.

      .4   Handle all products with appropriate precautions and care as stated on Material
           Safety Data Sheet.

1.5        SITE CONDITIONS

      .1   Do not install Work of this Section outside of following environmental ranges without
           Consultant's and Product manufacturer's written acceptance:
           .1     Ambient air and surface temperature: 100C to 320C
           .2     Relative Humidity: 80%.
           .3     Moisture content of concrete is above 4% by weight of concrete.

      .2   Supply and install temporary protection and facilities to maintain Product
           manufacturer's, and above specified environmental requirements for 48 hours
           before, during, and 72 hours after installation.

1.6        EXTENDED WARRANTY

      .1   Submit a warranty for Work of this Section in accordance with General Conditions,
           except that warranty period is extended to 2 years for the following:
           .1     Warrant against leaking, failure to stay in place, deformation, and breaking of
                  watertight seals.
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            .2     Coverage: Complete replacement including affected adjacent Work at no cost
                   to Owner.


2           Products

2.1         MATERIALS

      .1    Waterproof Flooring: As manufactured by Stonhard or approved alternative, finish to
            match existing flooring.


3           Execution

3.1         EXAMINATION

      .1    Verify condition and dimensions of previously installed Work upon which this Section
            depends. Report defects to Consultant. Commencement of Work means acceptance
            of existing conditions.

      .2    Verify substrate surfaces are solid, free from surface water, frozen matter, dust, oil,
            grease, scaling or laitance, projections and any other foreign matter detrimental to
            performance.

      .3    Verify that specified environmental conditions are ensured before commencing work.

      .4    Test substrate surfaces to ensure that moisture level and acid-alkali balance does
            not exceed limits recommended manufacturer. Provide one copy of tests results to
            Consultant prior to installation.

3.2         PREPARATION

      .1    Supply and install temporary protection to adjacent surfaces to prevent damage
            resulting from Work of this Section.

      .2    Thoroughly clean all surfaces to receive coating by steel shotblasting or other
            method in accordance with manufacturer’s written instructions.

      .3    Remove projections and other conditions that may affect the installation of the
            coating.

      .4    Fill open control joints, and other cracks and voids with material compatible with
            waterproof floor treatment materials.

      .5    Clean prime and seal surfaces as recommended by waterproof flooring
            manufacturer.
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3.3        INSTALLATION

      .1   Install waterproof flooring in accordance with reviewed shop drawings and
           manufacturer's written instructions.

      .2   Stop waterproofing flooring in a straight line on each side of control/expansion joints.

      .3   Apply waterproof flooring with care to ensure that no laps, voids, or other marks or
           irregularities are visible, and with an appearance of uniform colour, sheen and
           texture, all within limitations of materials and areas concerned.

      .4   Make clean true junctions with no visible overlap between adjoining applications of
           waterproof flooring.

      .5   Chase edge of adjacent floor systems so that waterproof flooring finishes flush with
           adjacent floor systems.

      .6   At projections through floor post, pipes, vents and similar locations of potential
           movement, install a sealant bead and tool to form a cove and allow to cure prior to
           application of waterproof flooring.

      .7   Apply waterproof flooring over entire floor areas and extend up vertical surfaces such
           as walls, columns and curbs to a height of 100 mm. Reinforce joint at floor with
           fibreglass scrim.

3.4        REPAIR

      .1   Touch-up and refinish minor defective work. Refinish entire coated surface areas
           where finish is damaged or otherwise unacceptable.

3.5        PROTECTION

      .1   Erect barriers to prevent the entry and presence of personnel not performing work of
           this Section during application of waterproof flooring, and for 48 hours following
           completion of application.


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Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                                  Section 09900
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                       PAINTING
Project No. 09031                                                                        Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for painting Work in accordance
            with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    CAN/CGSB 85.10, Protective Coatings for Metals.

      .2    CAN/CGSB-85.100, Painting.

      .3    Master Painters Institute (MPI), Painting Specification Manual.

      .4    SSPC Steel Structures Painting Council, Standards.

1.3         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Product data:
            .1    Submit copies of manufacturer's Product data in accordance with Section 01000
                  indicating:
                  .1      Performance criteria, compliance with appropriate reference standard,
                          characteristics, limitations.
                  .2      Product transportation, storage, handling and installation requirements.
            .2    Submit listing of manufacturer's Product types, Product codes, and Product
                  names, number of coats, and dry film thicknesses, corresponding to each
                  Painting Schedule code; submit listing minimum of 8 weeks before materials are
                  required.

      .2    Samples:
            .1    Submit following samples in accordance with Section 01000.
                  .1     Three 300 x 150 mm draw downs of each colour minimum 4 weeks
                         before paints are required.
                  .2     Identify each sample with Contract number and title, colour reference,
                         sheen, date, and name of applicator.

      .3    Certificates:
            .1      Submit certified documentation to confirm each airless spray painter has
                    minimum of 5 years experience on applications of similar complexity and scope.
            .2      Submit certified documentation to confirm each worker has Provincial
                    Tradesman Qualification certificate of proficiency.

      .4    Reports:
            .1     Submit written field inspection and test report results after each inspection.
            .2     Submit Field Quality Control test result reports for alkali content, substrate
                   moisture, and dry film thickness.
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            .3     Submit electronic moisture meter manufacturer's specifications including
                   tolerances. Submit record of latest meter calibration to meet manufacturer's
                   recommendations.

1.4         QUALITY ASSURANCE

      .1    Finishing Work: Perform work to MPI requirements for premium grade.

      .2    Installers qualifications: Perform Work of this Section by a company that is a member
            in good standing of MPI.

      .3    Supervision: Have Work supervised by a full-time qualified foreperson who has 10 years
            minimum experience on Contracts of similar complexity and scope.

      .4    Mock-up:
            .1    Construct three 10 m2 mock-ups of different Paint Schedule code systems,
                  selected by Consultant, in locations acceptable to Consultant to demonstrate
                  installation workmanship, colour, and hiding power of Products.
            .2    Obtain Consultant's acceptance in writing before proceeding with the Work of
                  this Section.
            .3    Mock-ups may remain as part of the Work if acceptable to Consultant and will
                  serve as a standard for similar code systems.
            .4    Repaint over mock-ups which do not form part of the Work.

1.5         DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      .1    Install correct, safe temporary storage for paint, thinner, solvents, and other volatile,
            corrosive, hazardous, and explosive materials in accordance with requirements of
            authorities having jurisdiction.

      .2    Post hazard warning signage in areas of storage and mixing. Install and maintain
            sufficient CO2 fire extinguishers of minimum 9 kg capacity, accessible in each storage
            mixing and storage areas.

      .3    Maintain storage enclosures at minimum 10oC ambient temperature and to
            manufacturer's instructions.

1.6         SITE CONDITIONS

      .1    Apply coatings under the following conditions:
            .1     Exterior coatings (except Latex): 5o C minimum.
            .2     Exterior latex coatings: 10oC minimum.
            .3     24 hours minimum after rain, frost, condensation, or dew.
            .4     When no condensation is possible (unless specifically formulated against
                   condensation).
            .5     Interior coatings: 7oC minimum.
            .6     Relative humidity: 85% maximum.
            .7     Not in direct exposure to sun light.
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      .2    Maintain temperature conditions indicated above for 24 hours before, during and 24
            hours after painting.

      .3    Install clean plywood sheets to protect floors and walls in storage and mixing areas,
            from paint drips, spatters, and spills.

      .4    Apply sufficient masking, clean drop cloths, and protective coverings for full protection
            of Work not being painted including, but not limited to, the following:
            .1     Light fixtures, fire and smoke detectors.
            .2     Sprinkler heads.
            .3     Prepainted diffusers and registers.
            .4     Prepainted equipment.
            .5     Fire rating labels and equipment specification plates.
            .6     Finished surfaces.

1.7         ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

      1.    Provide paint products meeting MPI "Green Performance Standard GPS-1-05".

1.8         MAINTENANCE

      1.    Deliver to Owner's place of storage on completion of work, sealed containers of each
            finish painting material applied, and in each colour. Label each container as for original,
            including mixing formula. Provide the following:
            .1      1 L of extra materials when less than 50 L are used for Project;
            .2      3.78 L of extra stock when 50 to 200 L are used;
            .3      7.57 L of extra stock when over 200 L are used.


2           Products

2.1         MATERIALS

      .1    Paint:
            .1     All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, primers,
                   stains, and paints are to have low VOC content limits.
            .2     Products in accordance with the MPI Painting Specification Manual, Exterior and
                   Interior Systems;
                   .1       Manufacture's premium grade, first line Products.
                   .2       Uniform dispersion of pigment in a homogeneous mixture.
                   .3       Ready-mixed and tinted whenever possible.
            .3     Products within each MPI paint system code: From single manufacturer.
            .4     Acceptable manufacturers:
                   .1       Benjamin Moore.
                   .2       ICI Paints, (Glidden ) Company Limited.
                   .3       Para Painting & Coatings.
                   .4       PPG Canada Industries Limited.
                   .5       Sherwin Williams.
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2.2         COLOUR SCHEDULE

      .1    Consultant will select choice of colours and gloss when compiling a Colour Schedule
            after award of Contract; allow for colour selection beyond paint manufacturer's standard
            colour range.

      .2    Refer to Colour Schedule for selected colour references.

      .3    Conform to gloss reflectance definitions listed in MPI Specification Manual.

2.3         PAINTING AND FINISHING SCHEDULE

      .1    Refer to Table 1, MPI Painting and Finishing Schedule coded systems, comply with MPI
            Painting Specification Manual.


       Table 1: Painting and
       Finishing Schedule

       EXTERIOR                 Typical substrates       MPI        MPI        Topcoat
       SUBSTRATES               (Including but not       Manual     Finish
                                limited to)              Ref.       System
                                                                    Code
       Structural steel and                              EXT        EXT        Alkyd
       metal fabrications                                5.1        5.1D
       Galvanized steel         HM doors & frames,       EXT        EXT        Alkyd
                                handrails                5.3        5.3B
       INTERIOR                 Typical substrates       MPI        MPI        Topcoat
       SUBSTRATES               (Including but not       Manual     Finish
                                limited to)              Ref.       System
                                                                    Code

       Structural steel         Columns, beams,          INT        INT        Acrylic
       (Factory primed)         joists                   5.1        5.1R


3           Execution

3.1         EXAMINATION

      .1    Verify condition of previously installed Work upon which this Section depends. Report
            defects to Consultant. Commencement of Work means acceptance of existing
            conditions.
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3.2         PREPARATION

      .1    General:
            .1    Clean substrate surfaces free from, dust, grease, soiling, or extraneous matter,
                  which are detrimental to finish.
            .2    Patch, repair, and smoothen minor substrate defects and deficiencies e.g.
                  machine, tool and sand paper marks, shallow gouges, marks, and nibs.
            .3    Clean, sweep, and vacuum floors and surfaces to be painted, debris and dust-
                  free prior to painting.
            .4    Refer to MPI Painting Specification Manual             for surface preparation
                  requirements of substrates not listed here.

      .2    Where finish hardware has been installed remove, store, re-install finish hardware, to
            accommodate painting. Do not clean hardware with solvent that will remove permanent
            lacquer finishes.

      .3    Alkali Content tests and neutralization:
            .1      Test for ph level using litmus paper on dampened substrate.
            .2      Neutralize surfaces over 8.5 ph with 4% solution of Zinc Sulphate for solvent
                    based systems and tetrapotassium pyrophosphate for latex based systems, to
                    below 8.0 ph, and allow to dry.
            .3      Brush-off any residual Zinc Sulphate crystals.
            .4      Coordinate paint system primer / sealer to be alkali-resistant.

      .4    Substrate moisture tests:
            .1     Test for moisture content over entire surface to be painted, minimum one test/
                   2 m2 in field areas and one test/600 mm along inside corners including at ceiling
                   to wall juncture.
            .2     If any test registers above 10% allow entire substrate surfaces, within the plane,
                   to dry further before paint system application. Install temporary drying fans if
                   necessary.
            .3     Re-test employing same criteria.

      .5    Mildew removal: Scrub with solution of trisodium phosphate and sodium hypochlorite
            (Javex) bleach, rinse with water, and allow to dry completely.

      .6    Galvanized steel sheet:
            .1    Z275 (Satin & Spangled Sheet): SSPC SP7 brush blast.
            .2    ZF075 (Wiped Coat): Remove contamination, wash with Xylene solvent.
            .3    Touch-up damaged galvanized areas with organic zinc rich primer.

      .7    Galvanized iron and steel: Prepare galvanized and ungalvanized metal surfaces
            according to CAN/CGSB-85.10.
            .1     Unpassivated, unweathered and weathered: Remove contamination, wash with
                   Xylene or Toluol solvent, allow to dry thoroughly. Make paint system
                   primer/sealer an etching type primer.
            .2     Manufacturer pre-treated (including passivated): SSPC SP7.
            .3     Touch-up damaged galvanized areas with organic zinc rich primer.
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      .8    Structural steel and miscellaneous metal fabrications:
            .1     Coordinate the following with the responsible trades:
                   .1      Rust, mars, mill scale, and weld-burn touch-ups.
                   .2      Oil, grease, weld flux and other residue removal.
            .2     Prime paint items, not otherwise indicated to be primed as part of another
                   Section.
            .3     Touch-up damaged galvanized areas with organic zinc rich primer.

      .9    Factory primed surfaces:
            .1     Touch up damaged areas.
            .2     Clean as required for top coat.

      .10   Coordinate with other trades to prevent:
            .1     Damage, and inadvertent activation of fire and smoke detectors.
            .2     Odour and dust distribution by permanent HVAC systems including fouling of
                   ducts and filters.

      .11   Field-mix Products in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions.

3.3         APPLICATION

      .1    Apply painting systems in accordance with the MPI Painting Specification Manual. Apply
            each Product to manufacturer's recommended dry film thickness.

      .2    Painting systems listed are required minima, apply additional coats if necessary to
            obtain substrate hiding acceptable to the Consultant.

      .3    Tint prime and intermediate coats lighter than final top coats for identification of each
            succeeding coat and to facilitate inspections. Include only manufacturer's recommended
            reducing and tinting accessories. Do not add adulterants.

      .4    Sand lightly between coats to achieve a tooth or anchor for subsequent coats.

      .5    Apply paint uniformly in thickness, colour, texture, and gloss, as determined by the
            Consultant under adequate illumination and viewed at a distance of 1500 mm. Apply
            finishes free of defects in materials and application which, in the opinion of the
            Consultant, affect appearance and performance. Defects include, but are not limited to:
            .1      Improper cleaning and preparation of surfaces.
            .2      Entrapped dust, dirt, rust.
            .3      Alligatoring, blisters, peeling.
            .4      Scratches, blemishes.
            .5      Uneven coverage, misses, drips, runs, and poor cutting in.

      .6    Do not apply coatings on substrates which are not sufficiently dry. Unless indicated
            otherwise, allow each painting system coat to cure dry and hard before following coats
            are applied.

      .7    Repaint entire areas of damaged or incompletely covered surfaces, to the nearest inside
            or outside corner; patching will not be permitted.
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Project No. 09031                                                                            Page 7

      .8    Miscellaneous painting requirements:
            .1     Paint projecting ledges, and tops, bottoms and sides of doors both above and
                   below sight lines to match adjacent surfaces.
            .2     Paint door frames, access doors and frames, door grilles, prime coated butts,
                   and prime coated door closers to match surface in which they occur.
            .3     Finish closets and alcoves as specified for adjoining rooms.
            .4     Paint light coves white whether a light lense is installed or not, unless otherwise
                   indicated.
            .5     Paint interior columns to match walls of room.
            .6     Allow for:
                   .1       2 wall colours per room, one ceiling colour per room.
                   .2       Different door colours in each functionally different area.
                   .3       Different colours on both sides of same door.

      .9    Mechanical, electrical and other painting coordination:
            .1   Paint mechanical services in accordance with Mechanical Identification Division
                 15.
            .2   Coordinate painting of pipes, ducts, and coverings with the Work of Division 15
                 to precede pipe colour banding, flow arrows, and other pipe identification
                 labeling installation.
            .3   Paint exposed conduit, pipes, hangers, ductwork, grilles, gratings, louvres,
                 access panels, fire hose cabinets, registers, convector and radiator covers,
                 enclosures, and other mechanical and electrical equipment including services
                 concealed inside cupboard and cabinet Work; apply colour and sheen to match
                 adjacent surfaces, except as noted otherwise.
            .4   Paint portions of surfaces such as duct interiors, piping, ductwork, hangers,
                 insulation, walls, and similar items, visible through grilles, louvres, convector
                 covers etc., matte black in colour.
            .5   Remove the following to accommodate painting, carefully store, clean, then re-
                 install on completion of each area and when dry:
                 .1       Switch and receptacle plates, fittings and fastenings, grilles, gratings,
                          louvres, access panels, convector covers, and enclosures .

3.4         FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

      .1    Dry film thickness tests:
            .1      Test for film thickness over entire surface to be painted, minimum one test/2 m2
                    in field areas and one test/600 mm along inside corners including at ceiling to
                    wall juncture.
            .2      If any test registers below specified thickness, re-apply paint to entire surface
                    to nearest inside and outside corners.
            .3      If test registers more than 50% above specified thickness, consult with paint
                    manufacturer, determine if problem exists, offer solutions to Consultant, and
                    repair as directed.
            .4      Re-test employing same criteria after repair.
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PAINTING                                                     Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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3.5         CLEANING

      .1    Remove spilled, splashed, and spattered paint promptly as Work proceeds and on
            completion of Work. Clean surfaces soiled by paint spillage and paint spatters. Repair
            or replace damaged Work, as directed by Consultant.

3.6         PROTECTION

      .1    Post Wet Paint signs during drying and restrict or prevent traffic where necessary.

      .2    Post sign, after Consultant's inspection and acceptance of each room, reading:
            PAINTING COMPLETE - NO ADMITTANCE WITHOUT CONTRACTOR'S
            PERMISSION.


                                     END OF SECTION
Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.                                                  Section 10200
Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                       LOUVRES
Project No. 09031                                                                        Page 1

1           General

1.1         SECTION INCLUDES

      .1    Design, labour, Products, equipment and services necessary for louvres Work in
            accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.2         REFERENCES

      .1    American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Aluminum Association
            Designation System for Aluminum Finishes.

      .2    ASTM B209M Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Sheet and Plate.

      .3    ASTM B211M Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Bar, Rod and Wire.

      .4    ASTM C920, Specification for Elastomeric Joint Sealants.

      .5    CAN/CGSB-1.108-M, Bituminous Solvent Type Paint.

1.3         DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

      .1    Design louvre Work in accordance with OBC and to withstand live, dead, lateral.
            wind, seismic, handling, transportation and erection loads.

      .2    Aerodynamic performance: 48% free area minimum.

      .3    Limit deflection of louver members to not more than 1/180 of span between supports
            when subjected to wind load of 1 Kpa applied horizontally to louvre face.

      .4    Design louvers to accommodate expansion and contraction of components due to
            temperature changes.

1.4         SUBMITTALS

      .1    Shop drawings: Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01000 indicating
            fabrication and erection details, including anchorage, accessories, thicknesses,
            profiles, finishes, pressure drop, face area, and free area.

      .2    Samples: Submit duplicate 600 x 600 mm samples of louvres in accordance with
            Section 01000 indicating frame and reinforcing, insect screens finished in selected
            colours.

      .3    Certification: Submit certified data from independent laboratory substantiating
            aerodynamic performance.

      .4    Close-out submittals: Submit operation and maintenance data for incorporation into
            Operations and Maintenance Manual in accordance with Section 01000.
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LOUVRES                                                         Homewood Health Centre Chiller
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2           Products

2.1         MANUFACTURED UNITS

      .1    Fixed aluminum louvre:
            .1     Acceptable products and manufacturers: Model A4115 by Construction
                   Specialties Inc., Model SP445 by MW McGill Ltd. Or approved alternative.
            .2     Aluminum sheet: ASTM B209M.
            .3     Depth: 100 mm.
            .4     Frame and mullion: ASTM B211M; Extruded aluminum alloy Aluminum
                   Association alloy 6063-T5 assembled with fastenings. 3 mm thickness
                   minimum for head, sill, and jamb. Mullions: Concealed at 1500 mm
                   maximum centres.
            .5     Blade: Stormproof with centre watershed in blade, 3.2 mm thick minimum;
                   maximum blade length: 1500 mm.
            .6     Finish: Clear anodized to AAMA 611 per Aluminum Association Designation
                   System for Aluminum Finishes AA-M12C22A31.
            .7     Colour: As selected by Consultant.
            .8     Options:
                   .1      Duct collars.
                   .2      Extended sill, finished to match louvre.

2.2         ACCESSORIES

      .1    All materials under Work of this Section, including but not limited to, sealants are to
            have low VOC content limits.

      .2    Isolation coating: CAN/CGSB-1.108-M; Bituminous solvent type paint.

      .3    Insect screen: Aluminum wire cloth secured to 3 mm minimum thick extruded
            aluminum U frame mitred at corners. Mesh size: 18 x 14 mesh count.

      .4    Anchors and fasteners: AISI Type 304 stainless steel.

      .5    Sealant: ASTM C920, Type M, Grade NS, Class 25; Two-part, Polyurethane non-
            sag type. Dymeric by Tremco Ltd., Sikaflex 2C-NS by Sika Inc., colour as selected
            by Consultant. Primer and joint backing as recommended by sealant manufacturer.


3           Execution

3.1         INSTALLATION

      .1    Coordinate framing and anchorage for louvres with other parts of the Work.

      .2    Install insect screen to inside face of louvres.

      .3    Install louvres in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and accepted shop
            drawings. Securely anchor into opening.
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Homewood Health Centre Chiller                                                         LOUVRES
Project No. 09031                                                                          Page 3

      .4    Apply isolation coating to separate dissimilar metals, and metals and masonry or
            concrete unless neoprene washers are shown.

      .5    Install duct collars as required and extended sills as indicated.

      .6    Seal louvre perimeter with sealant and joint backing for weather tight seal in
            accordance with requirements of Section 07900.


                                      END OF SECTION

				
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