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PART 1              GENERAL

   1.1               COMMISSIONING INTENT
          .1        Undertake commissioning to bring the facility to a fully operational state and free of
                    deficiencies in the most effective and timely manner available.

          .2        Commissioning incorporates inspection and quality assurance activities as construction
                    progresses, including start up and demonstration, performance verification, fine tuning,
                    and operator training.

          .3        Bear all costs associated with the required personnel and test equipment as outlined in
                    specification sections and all costs with organizing and managing the activities of the
                    applicable subtrades as identified in this section.

          .4        Fully document all tests and inspections performed during the construction, at start up,
                    and during performance verification and fine tuning. Incorporate into final
                    commissioning documentation.

          .5        Provide direct training to designated staff responsible for the operation and maintenance
                    of the building equipment and systems.

   1.2               RELATED SECTIONS
          .1        Section 01 45 00 - Quality Control.

          .2        Section 01 74 11 - Cleaning.

          .3        Section 01 77 00 - Closeout Procedures.

          .4        Section 01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals.

          .5        Section 01 91 33 - Commissioning (Cx) Forms.

          .6        Section 01 91 41 - Commissioning (Cx) Training.

          .7        Divisions 2-14

          .8        Division 21 - Fire Suppression.

          .9        Division 22 - Plumbing.

          .10       Division 23 - Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC).

          .11       Division 25 - Integrated Automation.

          .12       Division 26 - Electrical.

          .13       Division 27 - Communications.
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           .14    Division 28 - Electronic Safety and Security.

         .15    Division 33 - Utilities.

  1.3               COMMISSIONING OVERVIEW
         .1     Cx activities supplement field quality and testing procedures described in relevant
                technical sections.

         .2     Cx is conducted in concert with activities performed during stage of project delivery.
                Cx identifies issues in Planning and Design stages which are addressed during
                Construction and Cx stages to ensure the built facility is constructed and proven to
                operate satisfactorily under weather, environmental and occupancy conditions to meet
                functional and operational requirements. Cx activities include transfer of critical
                knowledge to facility operational personnel.

         .3     Complete inspection and verification activities as required by the specifications as
                construction progresses. This includes those activities that are necessary to ensure that
                the project is substantially complete to permit the execution of the commissioning
                process for the project.

         .4     Take responsibility to:
               .1      Review the documentation manuals with the commissioning team.
               .2      Complete all items as identified in these manuals. This includes work by
                       subcontractors, test agencies, equipment representatives and manufacturer agents.
               .3      Review Contract Documents and inspect the Work to ensure completeness of the
                       Work and compliance with the Contract Documents.
               .4      Correct contract deficiencies and execute change orders as directed by the
                       Owner’s Representative.
               .5      Test, adjust and balance equipment and systems identified in Divisions 2-16.
               .6      Submit the completed manuals and project record documents as specified.
               .7      Update the documentation manuals prior to each project meeting.
         .5     The Substantial Completion Certificate will not be issued until the commissioning
                process is completed and the final reports and commissioning documentation are
                received.

  1.4               COMMISSIONING TEAM
         .1     The commissioning team shall consist of: (as applicable to project)
               .1      Commissioning Coordinator (Consultant Team Leader)
               .2      Department Representative(s)
               .3      User Representatives/Owner.
               .4      General Contractor
               .5      Contractor’s Commissioning Agent
               .6      Mechanical Contractor
               .7      Fire Protection Contractor
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                    .8       Controls Contractor
                    .9       Electrical Contractor
                    .10      Fire Alarm Contractor
                    .11      Security Systems Contractor
                    .12      Communications Systems Contractor
                    .13      Manufacturer’s Technicians.
                    .14      Testing Agencies.

   1.5                    NON-CONFORMANCE TO PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION
                          REQUIREMENTS
          .1         Should equipment, system components, and associated controls be incorrectly installed
                     or malfunction during Cx, correct deficiencies, re-verify equipment and components
                     within the unfunctional system, including related systems as deemed required by
                     Owner’s Representative, to ensure effective performance.

          .2         Costs for corrective work, additional tests, inspections, to determine acceptability and
                     proper performance of such items to be borne by Contractor.

   1.6                    PRE-CX REVIEW
          .1         Before Construction:
                    .1       Review contract documents, confirm in writing to Owner’s Representative.
                              .1     Adequacy of provisions for Cx.
                              .2     Aspects of design and installation pertinent to success of Cx.
          .2         During Construction:
                    .1       Co-ordinate provision, location and installation of provisions for Cx.
          .3         Before start of Cx:
                    .1       Have completed Cx Plan up-to-date.
                    .2       Ensure installation of related components, equipment, sub-systems, systems is
                             complete.
                    .3       Fully understand Cx requirements and procedures.
                    .4       Have Cx documentation ready.
                    .5       Understand completely design criteria and intent and special features.
                    .6       Submit complete start-up documentation to Owner’s Representative.
                    .7       Have Cx schedules up-to-date.
                    .8       Ensure systems have been cleaned thoroughly.
                    .9       Complete testing, adjusting and balancing procedures on systems, submit testing,
                             adjusting and balancing reports to Owner’s Representative for review and
                             approval.
                    .10      Ensure "As-Built" system schematics are available.
          .4         Inform Owner’s Representative in writing of discrepancies and deficiencies on finished
                     works.
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   1.7                   CONFLICTS
          .1         Report conflicts between requirements of this section and other sections to
                     Commissioning Coordinator before start-up and obtain clarification.

          .2         Failure to report conflict and obtain clarification will result in application of most
                     stringent requirement.

   1.8                   SUBMITTALS
          .1         Submit no later than 4 weeks after award of Contract:
                    .1       Name of Contractor's Cx agent.
                    .2       Preliminary Cx schedule.
          .2         Ensure certified trades persons, certified testing agencies and/or factory authorized
                     personnel participate in commissioning tasks.

          .3         Submit the names of all personnel for approval by the Commissioning Coordinator.
                     Designate who has managerial responsibilities for coordination of entire testing,
                     adjusting and balancing.

          .4         Submit documentation to confirm personnel compliance with quality assurance
                     provision.

          .5         Fifteen days prior to application for Substantial Completion, submit 3 copies of final
                     commissioning manuals on applicable forms.

          .6         Submit reports of testing, adjusting and balancing postponed due to seasonal, climatic,
                     occupancy, or other reasons beyond the Contractor’s control, promptly after execution
                     of those services.

          .7         Ensure each form bears signature of recorder and that of the Supervisor of the reporting
                     organization.

   1.9                   COMMISSIONING DOCUMENTATION
          .1         Refer to Section 01 91 33 - Commissioning (Cx) Forms for requirements and
                     instructions for use.

          .2         Complete commissioning documentation manuals. Manuals will be provided to the
                     Contractor by the Owner’s Representative during the construction stage.

          .3         Commissioning Coordinator to review and approve Cx documentation.

          .4         Provide completed and approved Cx documentation to Commissioning Coordinator.

          .5         Final Commissioning documents to be submitted in electronic form.
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   1.10                  COMMISSIONING SCHEDULE
          .1         Provide adequate time for Cx activities prescribed in technical sections and
                     commissioning sections including:
                    .1       Approval of Cx reports.
                    .2       Verification of reported results.
                    .3       Repairs, retesting, re-commissioning, re-verification.
                    .4       Training.

   1.11                  COMMISSIONING MEETINGS
          .1         Convene Cx meetings following project meetings and as specified herein.

          .2         Purpose: to resolve issues, monitor progress, identify deficiencies, relating to Cx.

          .3         Continue Cx meetings on regular basis until commissioning deliverables have been
                     addressed.

          .4         At 60% construction completion stage Commissioning Coordinator to call a separate Cx
                     scope meeting to review progress, discuss schedule of equipment start-up activities and
                     prepare for Cx. Issues at meeting to include:
                    .1       Review duties and responsibilities of Contractor and subcontractors, addressing
                             delays and potential problems.
                    .2       Determine the degree of involvement of trades and manufacturer's
                             representatives in the commissioning process.
          .5         Thereafter Cx meetings to be held until project completion and as required during
                     equipment start-up and functional testing period.

          .6         Meeting will be chaired by Commissioning Coordinator. Contractor will record minutes
                     and submit to Departmental Representative for review and approval. Approved minutes
                     will be returned for approval.

          .7         Ensure subcontractors and relevant manufacturer representatives are present at 60% and
                     subsequent Cx meetings and as required.

   1.12                  STARTING AND TESTING
          .1         Contractor assumes liabilities and costs for inspections, including disassembly and re-
                     assembly after approval, starting, testing and adjusting, and supply of testing
                     equipment.

   1.13                  WITNESSING OF STARTING AND TESTING
          .1         Provide 21 days notice prior to commencement.

          .2         Departmental Representative and Commissioning Coordinator to witness start-up and
                     testing.
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           .3     Contractor's Cx Agent to be present at tests performed and documented by sub-trades,
                  suppliers and equipment manufacturers.

   1.14             MANUFACTURER'S INVOLVEMENT
          .1     Obtain manufacturers installation, start-up and operations instructions prior to start-up
                 of components, equipment and systems and review with Departmental Representative
                 and Owner’s Representative
               .1      Compare completed installation with manufacturer's published data, record
                       discrepancies, and review with manufacturer.
               .2      Modify procedures detrimental to equipment performance and review same with
                       manufacturer before start-up.
          .2     Integrity of warranties:
               .1      Use manufacturer's trained start-up personnel where specified elsewhere in other
                       divisions or required to maintain integrity of warranty.
               .2      Verify with manufacturer that testing as specified will not void warranties.
          .3     Qualifications of manufacturer's personnel:
               .1      Experienced in design, installation and operation of equipment and systems.
               .2      Ability to interpret test results accurately.
               .3      To report results in clear, concise, logical manner.

   1.15             PROCEDURES
          .1     Verify that equipment and systems are complete, clean, and operating in normal and
                 safe manner prior to conducting start-up, testing and Cx.

          .2     Conduct start-up and testing in following distinct phases:
               .1      Included in delivery and installation:
                        .1       Verification of conformity to specification, approved shop drawings
                                 and completion of product information report forms.
                        .2       Visual inspection of quality of installation.
               .2      Start-up: follow accepted start-up procedures.
               .3      Operational testing: document equipment performance.
               .4      System Performance Verification: include repetition of tests after correcting
                       deficiencies.
               .5      Post-substantial performance verification: to include fine-tuning.
          .3     Correct deficiencies and obtain approval from Commissioning Coordinator after distinct
                 phases have been completed and before commencing next phase.

          .4     Document required tests on approved performance verification forms.

          .5     Failure to follow accepted start-up procedures will result in re-evaluation of equipment
                 by an independent testing agency selected by Commissioning Coordinator. If results
                 reveal that equipment start-up was not in accordance with requirements, and resulted in
                 damage to equipment, implement following:
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                    .1      Minor equipment/systems: implement corrective measures approved by
                            Commissioning Coordinator.
                    .2      Major equipment/systems: if evaluation report concludes that damage is minor,
                            implement corrective measures approved by Commissioning Coordinator.
                    .3      If evaluation report concludes that major damage has occurred, Commissioning
                            Coordinator shall reject equipment.
                              .1      Rejected equipment to be removed from site and replaced with new.
                    .4      Subject new equipment/systems to specified start-up procedures.

   1.16                  START-UP DOCUMENTATION
          .1         Assemble start-up documentation and submit to Commissioning Coordinator for
                     approval before commencement of commissioning.

          .2         Start-up documentation to include:
                    .1      Factory and on-site test certificates for specified equipment.
                    .2      Pre-start-up inspection reports.
                    .3      Signed installation/start-up check lists.
                    .4      Start-up reports,
                    .5      Step-by-step description of complete start-up procedures, to permit
                            Commissioning Coordinator to repeat start-up at any time.

   1.17                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS
          .1         After start-up, operate and maintain equipment and systems as directed by
                     equipment/system manufacturer.

          .2         With assistance of manufacturer develop written maintenance program and submit to
                     Commissioning Coordinator for approval before implementation.

          .3         Operate and maintain systems for minimum 21 days for commissioning to be
                     completed.

          .4         After completion of commissioning, operate and maintain systems until issuance of
                     Substantial Completion

   1.18                  TEST RESULTS
          .1         If start-up, testing and/or performance verification produce unacceptable results, repair,
                     replace or repeat specified starting and/or performance verification procedures until
                     acceptable results are achieved.

          .2         Provide personnel, resources and materials, assume all costs for re-commissioning.

   1.19                  START OF COMMISSIONING
          .1         Notify Commissioning Coordinator at least 21 days prior to start of Cx.
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           .2     Start Cx after elements of building affecting start-up and performance verification of
                  systems have been completed.

   1.20              INSTRUMENTS / EQUIPMENT
          .1     Submit to Commissioning Coordinator for review and approval:
                .1      Complete list of instruments proposed to be used.
                .2      Listed data including, serial number, current calibration certificate, calibration
                        date, calibration expiry date and calibration accuracy.
          .2     Provide all required equipment to complete commissioning.

   1.21              COMMISSIONING PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION
          .1     Conduct commissioning once identified pre-requisite activities are completed for a
                 system and approved by the Commissioning Coordinator.

          .2     Commissioning Coordinator to issue a commissioning plan based on the complexity of
                 building systems. Contractor to develop and implement a detailed schedule of
                 commissioning related activities.

          .3     Test all building systems including architectural, structural, civil, mechanical and
                 electrical components and operating procedures by challenging these systems to
                 realistic operating conditions and train operational staff.

          .4     Notwithstanding all-inclusive requirements specified in this section, additional separate
                 commissioning may be required at a later date for equipment and systems whose full
                 operation is dependent on seasonal conditions. Job conditions for Peak Performance
                 Verification are as follows: (1) Summer sequence commissioning to take place between
                 June 1 and September 15 when outside ambient temperatures are at least 22°C; (2)
                 Winter sequence commissioning to take place between November 1 and March 31 when
                 outside ambient temperature is no greater than minus 10°C.

          .5     Carry out Cx:
                .1      Under actual operating conditions, over entire operating range, in all modes.
                .2      On independent systems and interacting systems.
          .6     Cx procedures to be repeatable and reported results are to be verifiable.

          .7     Follow equipment manufacturer's operating instructions.

          .8     EMCS trending to be available as supporting documentation for performance
                 verification.

          .9     At completion of commissioning, scan completed manuals to electronic format on
                 CD(s) in PDF format as required and submit to Commissioning Coordinator.
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    1.22             WITNESSING COMMISSIONING
                  .1    Commissioning Coordinator along with designated representatives to witness
                        activities and verify results.

   1.23             AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION
          .1     Where specified start-up, testing or commissioning procedures duplicate verification
                 requirements of authority having jurisdiction, arrange for authority to witness
                 procedures so as to avoid duplication of tests and to facilitate expedient acceptance of
                 facility.

          .2     Obtain certificates of approval, acceptance and compliance with rules and regulation of
                 authority having jurisdiction.

          .3     Provide copies to Commissioning Coordinator and Owner’s Representative within 5
                 days of test and with Cx report.

   1.24             REPEAT VERIFICATIONS
          .1     Assume costs incurred by Owner’s Commissioning representative for third and
                 subsequent verifications where:
               .1      Verification of reported results fail to receive Commissioning Coordinator 's
                       approval.
               .2      Repetition of second verification again fails to receive approval.
               .3      Commissioning Coordinator deems Contractor's request for second verification
                       was premature.

   1.25             DEFICIENCIES, FAULTS, DEFECTS
          .1     Correct deficiencies found during start-up and Cx to satisfaction of Commissioning
                 Coordinator.

          .2     Report problems, faults or defects affecting Cx to Commissioning Coordinator in
                 writing. Stop Cx until problems are rectified. Proceed with written approval from
                 Commissioning Coordinator.

   1.26             COMPLETION OF COMMISSIONING
          .1     Upon completion of Cx leave systems in normal operating mode.

          .2     Except for warranty and seasonal verification activities specified in Cx specifications,
                 complete Cx prior to application for Substantial Completion.

          .3     Cx to be considered complete when contract Cx deliverables have been submitted and
                 accepted by Commissioning Coordinator.

   1.27             ACTIVITIES UPON COMPLETION OF COMMISSIONING
          .1     When changes are made to baseline components or system settings established during
                 Cx process, provide updated Cx form for affected item.
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   1.28                  TRAINING
          .1         In accordance with Section 01 91 41 - Commissioning (Cx) – Training.

   1.29                  MAINTENANCE MATERIALS, SPARE PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS
          .1         Supply, deliver, and document maintenance materials, spare parts, and special tools as
                     specified in contract.

   1.30                  OCCUPANCY
          .1         Cooperate fully with Commissioning Coordinator during stages of acceptance and
                     occupancy of facility.

   1.31                  PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION TOLERANCES
          .1         Application tolerances:
                    .1       Specified range of acceptable deviations of measured values from specified
                             values or specified design criteria. Except for special areas, to be within +/- 5 %
                             of specified values.
          .2         Instrument accuracy tolerances:
                    .1       To be of higher order of magnitude than equipment or system being tested.
          .3         Measurement tolerances during verification:
                    .1       Unless otherwise specified actual values to be within +/- 2 % of recorded values.

   1.32                  OWNER'S PERFORMANCE TESTING
          .1         Performance testing of equipment or system by Commissioning Coordinator will not
                     relieve Contractor from compliance with specified start-up and testing procedures.


PART 2              PRODUCTS (NOT APPLICABLE)


PART 3              EXECUTION

   3.1                   SCHEDULE
          .1         Provide a detailed schedule for on-site verification activity by the commissioning team
                     based on the commissioning plan provided by the Owner’s Representative. Be
                     responsible for resource allocation respecting the exact number and duration for
                     personnel required to perform the tasks required.

   3.2                   COMMISSIONING TASKS
          .1         The following section summarizes the tasks to be conducted for the commissioning
                     process with further specifics being provided within applicable specification sections
                     and installations checks, verification activities and performance checks given within the
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                  manuals provided by the Owner’s Representative. (Note: Edit to suit specific project
                  requirements)

   3.3            DISCIPLINE: CIVIL
               Systems to be Commissioned
         .1      Site Earth Works
               .1      Confirm removal of all unsuitable materials.
               .2      Confirm compliance with Geo-technical Report.
               .3      Confirm construction of engineered rock mattresses.
               .4      Ensure backfilling is compacted in lifts equally, inside and outside foundation
                       walls.
               .5      Ensure site grading is done in lifts and compacted to meet contract documents.
               .6      Ensure materials quality compliance of sub-grade and bedding materials,
                       supported by laboratory test reports.
               .7      Ensure site sloped away from building
               .8      Ensure site sloped to drainage system components.
               .9      Provide reports on compaction testing results.
         .2      Water Mains
               .1      Confirm pipe size and materials.
               .2      Confirm proper jointing of pipes.
               .3      Confirm gate valves and appurtenances meet contract requirements.
               .4      Confirm and record location of valve boxes.
               .5      Confirm fire hydrants meet municipal requirements.
               .6      Confirm water piping has been swabbed (cleaned), flushed, and disinfected.
               .7      Provide results of water quality laboratory testing.
               .8      Confirm placement of concrete thrust blocks prior to back filling.
               .9      Confirm placement of sub-grade warning devices (e.g. tape, plank, concrete).
               .10     Confirm pressure testing prior to backfilling and provide test records.
               .11     Instruct operating staff on location, operation, and maintenance of water line
                       valves and fire hydrants.
         .3      Sanitary Sewer Mains
               .1      Confirm pipe size and materials.
               .2      Confirm proper jointing of pipes.
               .3      Confirm and record location and elevation of sewer inverts.
               .4      Provide results of infiltration and exfiltration testing.
               .5      Confirm cleaning of sanitary sewers.
               .6      Provide reports of television and photographic inspections
               .7      Review system with facility operator.
         .4      Site Storm Drainage
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                    .1     Confirm pipe size and materials
                    .2     Confirm and record location and elevation of pipe/culvert inverts.
                    .3     Confirm proper pipe bedding installation and inspection prior to backfilling.
                    .4     Provide results of infiltration and exfiltration testing for piped storm sewers.
                    .5     Confirm cleaning of storm sewers.
                    .6     Confirm culvert headwall and gratings are properly installed.
                    .7     Verify slopes of drainage channels at culvert locations.
                    .8     Review system with facility operator.
          .5         Manholes and Catchbasins
                    .1     Confirm concrete meets quality requirement and incorporate test results.
                    .2     Confirm location and elevation of manholes and catchbasins, including invert
                           elevations.
                    .3     Provide results of leakage testing.
          .6         Foundation/Underslab Drainage
                    .1     Confirm weeping tiles operational prior to backfilling.
                    .2     Confirm pipe size and materials.
                    .3     Confirm proper grade for piping and proper bedding/filter fabric placed prior to
                           backfilling.
                    .4     Confirm location of all clean outs and end plugs.
                    .5     Clean all piping prior to use.
          .7         Guide Rails and Posts
                    .1     Confirm guide rails, posts and materials meet contract requirements.
                    .2     Verify cable guides and hardware meet contract requirements.
                    .3     Confirm placement of timber posts.
          .8         Hard Landscaping - Asphalt/Concrete
                    .1     Confirm subbase, base granulars, asphalt, and concrete meet specification
                           requirements.
                    .2     Provide records of acceptable compaction results for subbase and base granulars.
                    .3     Provide record of concrete strength, mix design, and temperature at time of
                           placement.
                    .4     Provide records of asphalt testing results.
                    .5     Verify placement of control joints in concrete walkways, curbs and other exterior
                           on grade concrete slabs.
                    .6     Confirm placement of concrete reinforcements.
                    .7     Ensure no ponding on asphalt areas.
                    .8     Ensure proper slope to drainage.
                    .9     Ensure all permanent markings are installed for parking stalls, handicap
                           accessibility and directional signage.
          .9         Soft Landscaping
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                    .1       Mowable grassed areas
                              .1      Confirm topsoil meets contract requirements.
                              .2      Confirm sodding/hydroseeding meets contract requirements.
                              .3      Confirm fertilizer application.
                              .4      Verify maintenance of grass in accordance with contract requirements.
                              .5      Provide training on fertilizing and weed control.
                    .2       Shrubs/Evergreen Trees/Deciduous Trees
                              .1      Confirm plants, trees and shrubs meet contract requirements
                              .2      Provide pruning and shaping schedule of various plant types.
                              .3      Demonstrate winter protection.
                              .4      Provide training for watering/fertilizing new plants.

   3.4                    DISCIPLINE: STRUCTURAL

                    Systems to be Commissioned
          .1         Foundations
                    .1       Confirm footing and top of wall elevations meet contract requirements.
                    .2       Confirm footings, concrete piers and walls have required reinforcement installed.
                    .3       Confirm proper placement and construction of concrete/ piers and walls.
                    .4       Confirm concrete meets quality requirements and incorporate test results.
          .2         Structural Steel Frame
                    .1       Provide copy of erector’s certification before construction begins.
                    .2       Confirm base plates are shimmed, level, grouted, and anchor bolts are correctly
                             aligned.
                    .3       Confirm steel is properly primed and painted
                    .4       Confirm structural steel is properly welded to meet contract requirements.
                    .5       Confirm structural bracing is in place in accordance with erection drawings.
                    .6       Confirm all welds are primed and painted.
                    .7       Confirm metal deck is correctly welded.
                    .8       Confirm structural third party inspection has been completed satisfactorily.
                    .9       Record all on site test results and project record information prior to structural
                             steel being covered by other trades.
                    .10      Provide certification of quality compliance from fabricator.
          .3         Concrete Slabs on Grade
                    .1       Confirm concrete meets quality requirements and incorporate test results.
                    .2       Confirm location and installation of thickened slabs meet contract requirements.
                    .3       Confirm location and installation of control joints.
                    .4       Confirm concrete floor curing (and sealer) applied as per manufacturer’s
                             instructions and compatible with finish flooring materials.
                    .5       Confirm reinforcement is correctly placed in slab.
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                    .6      Provide records of curing conditions for the first 14 days of the initial placement.
                    .7      Provide survey of finished floor elevations to confirm compliance with required
                            “Level” tolerance.

   3.5                   DISCIPLINE: ARCHITECTURAL

         Systems to be Commissioned
          .1         Thermal and Moisture Protection
                    .1      Provide records of compliance regarding moisture content of building materials.
                    .2      Confirm insulation types and values meet contract requirements.
                    .3      Confirm rigid insulation is adhered as per manufacturer’s instructions.
                    .4      Ensure mechanical protection is provided for exposed insulation.
                    .5      Certify continuity of air barriers and vapour retarders.
                    .6      Provide records of independent leakage testing for air barrier assembly.
                    .7      Provide certificate of product quality compliance for insulation, air barriers,
                            vapor retarders, etc.
          .2         Roof Assembly
                    .1      Confirm integrity of roof installation.
                    .2      Perform flood testing if required by the specifications.
                    .3      Verify slopes of roof provide positive water flow to roof drains. Ensure no
                            ponding of water on roof.
                    .4      Confirm all flashing is in place and sealing is complete.
                    .5      Ensure the installation of all roofing accessories.
                    .6      Ensure the installation and weather tightness of roof access hatches.
                    .7      Include inspection reports from manufacturer representative as specified
                            indicating all warranties are in place.
                    .8      Ensure that walkway traffic provisions are in place.
          .3         Exterior Wall Assemblies
                    .1      Verify continuity of air/vapour retarders.
                    .2      Ensure weep and vent holes are open and clear of debris.
                    .3      Verify insect blocks are installed.
          .4         Exterior Cladding (Note: Develop to suit materials incorporated in project.)

          .5         Doors and Windows
                    .1      Doors:
                             .1      Confirm operation of all mechanical door hardware.
                             .2      Confirm operation of all electrical/electronic door hardware including
                                     safety features.
                             .3      Ensure tightness and continuity of smoke/sound stripping and
                                     accessories.
                             .4      Ensure keying in place and properly recorded.
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                          .5      Confirm sign over to Client for use.
                          .6      Provide training and warranties.
                    .2   Windows and Skylights:
                          .1      Check all window glazing seals.
                          .2      Confirm all sealant in place around frames.
                          .3      Check operation of operable sections (if applicable).
                          .4      Check operation of window latches (if applicable).
                          .5      Check for water and air leakage.
                          .6      Check performances of acoustically rated windows.
                          .7      Provide training and warranties.
                          .8      Door Operators
                          .9      Confirm correct door operators installed.
                          .10     Check for smooth operation, time for operator to act, hold open time
                                  and closure time.
                          .11     Check switch integrity. Observe how switch operates.
                          .12     Ensure proper operation of safety edges and of the safety features.
                          .13     Provide training and warranties.
                    .3   Entrances and Exits
                          .1      Confirm correct operation of all doors.
                          .2      Confirm lock assembly operates as required.
                          .3      Verify door closers operate correctly. Provide verification from
                                  manufacturer of proper operation of electronic closure.
                          .4      Confirm if doors are/can be affected by wind conditions.
                          .5      Confirm door entrance grilles free of debris and secure.
                          .6      Confirm all weatherstripping in place and properly secured.
                          .7      Confirm accessibility compliance for wheelchair users.
                          .8      Demonstrate maintenance required.
                          .9      Provide warranties.
                    .4   Acoustical Performance
                          .1      Conduct thorough review of integrity of walls where specific STC
                                  ratings are required.
                          .2      Confirm suitable application of caulking, infill material and sealing to
                                  prevent sound leakage.
                          .3      Conduct sample sound transmission test on walls.
                          .4      Provide Technical Support Inspector’s report of compliance for
                                  acoustical separations.
                    .5   Elevating Docks
                          .1      Observe operation of elevating dock.
                          .2      Demonstrate operation using typical trucks which will access site.
                          .3      Confirm operation of safety features.
                          .4      Provide training and warranties.
                    .6   Equipment – Kitchen
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                           .1      Check operation of all kitchen equipment.
                           .2      Demonstrate operation of equipment.
                           .3      Check for tight seals on doors and latches.
                           .4      Provide training and warranties.
                    .7    Folding Panel Partitions
                           .1      Ensure smooth operation.
                           .2      Ensure operation of sound seals.
                           .3      Check acoustical operation.
                           .4      Provide maintenance requirements.
                           .5      Provide warranty.
                    .8    Pre-fabricated Walk-in Coolers
                           .1      Verify operation of cold storage equipment. Ensure systems are fully
                                   operational.
                           .2      Measure storage temperatures and compare with control setpoints.
                           .3      Simulate alarm conditions, observe and record actions resulting from
                                   exceeding temperature conditions. Observe and record alarm reactions.
                           .4      Review all maintenance procedures.
                           .5      Provide warranties.
                    .9    Room Fit-up & Finishes
                           .1      Confirm all ceiling systems installed as per manufacturer’s
                                   requirements.
                           .2      Confirm ceiling integrity.
                           .3      Verify spare products provided and signed off by operating staff.
                           .4      Confirm wall finishes. Include paint type, number and colour chip each
                                   location.
                           .5      Confirm flooring used. Provide information on type of flooring,
                                   location, colour.
                           .6      Provide and review all cleaning processes for ceiling, walls, flooring.
                                   Verify application processes of sealants, waxes, etc. as applicable.
                           .7      Demonstrate maintenance required.
                           .8      Provide Technical Support Inspector’s inspection report verifying
                                   finishes have met contract requirements.
                    .10   Occupant Safety and Accessibility
                           .1      Fire Separations
                                  .1       Verify fire stopping and smoke seals in place.
                                  .2       Verify sleeves in hollow walls around piping.
                                  .3       Verify installation of angle iron around duct work installed as
                                           specified.
                                  .4       Verify fire dampers electrically wired into the F.A. P. installed
                                           as specified
                                  .5       Verify continuity and ratings of fire separations.
                                  .6       Verify proper fire separations at firewalls, including parapets.
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                           .7      Confirm fire ratings for door assemblies complies with door
                                   schedule.
                           .8      Confirm door closures, smoke sweeps, hardware complies with
                                   hardware schedule.
                           .9      Ensure positive pressure test to insure no infiltration to area of
                                   safe refuge.
                           .10     Confirm power to area of safe refuge to be dedicated only to this
                                   area for 2 hours.
                    .2      Escape Routes Within Facility
                           .1      Confirm Fire walls as per fire ratings and plan location.
                           .2      Verify length of travel meets design requirements.
                           .3      Verify panic hardware installed as per section/specification.
                           .4      Confirm fire rated doors/closures meet design requirement.
                           .5      Confirm visual markers for visually impaired.
                           .6      Test emergency lighting.
                    .3      Doors in Fire Separations
                           .1      Verify smoke sweeps/seals installed properly.
                           .2      Verify door closures/hardware hinges installed properly and
                                   operating.
                           .3      Verify door closure installed properly and operating
                           .4      Verify hinges as per specification installed properly.
                           .5      Verify doors closures meet Code requirements.
                           .6      Verify ULC labels attached to door and frame.
                    .4      Barrier-free Path of Travel, Exterior and Interior
                           .1      Confirm exit doors meet contract requirements.
                           .2      Confirm occupancy approval received from Government
                                   Services and Lands (GSL).
                           .3      Verify service counters have barrier free sections
                           .4      Verify displays, shelving, and fire extinguishers are installed in a
                                   manner which ensures barrier-free path of travel.
                           .5      Confirm all ramps to and from area of refuge wheelchair
                                   accessible.
                           .6      Confirm handicap parking is provided.
                           .7      Verify dimensions of ramps. landings, and handrail heights meet
                                   contract requirements.
                           .8      Confirm service counters to be maximum height of 865 mm.
                           .9      Confirm all counters serving public have 1 area barrier free.
                           .10     Verify operation of stair lifts.
                           .11     Confirm travel to handicap washrooms not to exceed 45 m.
                           .12     Confirm handrails in stairs and ramps meet NBC.
                           .13     Confirm handrails have returns and finished to wall.
                    .5      Barrier- free Washroom and Shower
                           .1      Confirm toilets set at heights specified.
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                                  .2       Confirm barrier free washroom fixtures/vanities set at heights
                                           specified.
                                  .3       Confirm door to washroom stalls are proper dimensions and
                                           equipped with specified hardware.
                                  .4       Confirm shower stalls equipped with handicap shower
                                           attachments/folding stools.
                                  .5       Verify shower threshold 12 mm or less in height.
                                  .6       Verify shower base sloped to floor drain (approximately 1%
                                           grade).
                                  .7       Confirm shower curtains meet specification.
                                  .8       Ensure washroom accessories meet accessibility requirements
                                           (e.g. dimensions, size, placement, mounting heights of grab
                                           bars).
                    .11   Telephones
                          .1      Confirm telephone installation meets accessibility code
                          .2      Confirm assisted hearing available on phones.
                    .12   Overhead Doors, Coiling Doors and Coiling Grilles
                          .1      Confirm operation of mechanical door hardware.
                          .2      Confirm operation of electrical/electronic hardware.
                          .3      Confirm continuity and tightness of weatherstripping, smoke seals, and
                                  accessories.
                          .4      Ensure operation of safety features on overhead doors, and overhead
                                  coiling doors.
                          .5      Confirm operation of fire safety features.
                          .6      Ensure keying in place and properly recorded.
                          .7      Provide training and warranties.
                    .13   Millwork
                          .1      Ensure all dimensions and materials meet contract requirements.
                          .2      Confirm installation and proper operation of all hardware.
                          .3      Verify all systems installed level, plumb, and square.
                          .4      Ensure proper fasteners are used to attach mill work to walls, floors, and
                                  ceilings.
                          .5      Confirm proper types of glazing used for trophy cases.
                          .6      Ensure all hinges have proper number of screws.
                          .7      Ensure all bumpers are installed.
                          .8      Ensure shelf supports and clips for shelves are installed.
                          .9      Ensure all locks are keyed the same.
                          .10     Ensure all toe kicks are finished
                          .11     Ensure counter tops meet contract requirements, back splash caulked,
                                  and matched end caps.
                           .12     Provide instruction to operating staff as required.
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   3.6                    DISCIPLINE: MECHANICAL

                    Systems to be Commissioned

          .1         Sprinkler System Devices
                    .1        Verify connection to fire alarm system.
                    .2        Confirm signal to fire alarm system all devices.
                    .3        Confirm location on as-built drawings.
                    .4        Verify operation of all devices.
                    .5        Verify drain test location and demonstrate. Observe how water flows from
                              outlets.
                    .6        Verify identification used for all devices.
                    .7        Demonstrate maintenance required and training.
                    .8        Provide Certification Certificate for total system.
          .2         Plumbing Fixtures
                    .1        Confirm fixture installed matches contract documents.
                    .2        Verify fixture trim operation.
                    .3        Record flush time for all flush valves
                    .4        Confirm operation of hands free powered trim in normal and emergency power
                              situations.
                    .5        Verify fixtures properly accessible and meet requirements for handicapped
                              accessibility.
                    .6        Demonstrate maintenance operations for all fixtures and trim types.
                    .7        Verify cleaning methods for all fixtures. Demonstrate correct methods as
                              required.
                    .8        Provide Certificate of Compliance for Accessibility.
          .3         Domestic Water System
                    .1        Confirm operation of recirculation pump.
                    .2        Confirm domestic water booster pump operation.
                    .3        Verify and record hot water temperature at each plumbing fixture.
                    .4        Verify and record setpoints of domestic hot water supply.
                    .5        Confirm pressure reducing valve operation.
                    .6        Confirm water meter operation.
                    .7        Confirm and record setpoints of tempered water devices. Measure and record
                              outlet temperatures.
                    .8        Test recovery time for tanks. Drain tank, refill cold water, record time to reheat
                              tank to setpoint.
                    .9        Provide copy of water test results
                    .10       Sterilize complete system prior to use.
                    .11       Instruct owner on the operation of shut-off valves
                    .12       Demonstrate maintenance required.
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           .4     Domestic Water Filtration
               .1     Review operation procedures.
               .2     Demonstrate operation.
               .3     Simulate replacement and maintenance of filter system.
               .4     Confirm alarm setpoints (if applicable).
               .5     Provide copy of water test results
               .6     Sterilize complete system prior to use.
               .7     Instruct owner on the operation of shut-off valves
        .5      Medical Gas System
               .1     Confirm system verification by medical gas testing agency.
               .2     Confirm interface of alarm system to the master alarm panels. Verify operation.
               .3     Demonstrate alarm tests at all remote alarm and master alarm panels.
               .4     Demonstrate maintenance requirements.
               .5     Provide Certificate of Compliance issued by medical gas testing agency.
        .6      Steam Generators – Boilers
               .1     Verify installation meets design requirements.
               .2     Confirm Government Services Centre staff have witnessed and passed all
                      required testing.
               .3     Confirm operation of safety relief devices.
               .4     Confirm operation of central control panels.
               .5     Verify integrity of control device installation in control panels.
               .6     Verify low/high cut off devices operation.
               .7     Simulate start up of boilers. Simulate normal shut down.
               .8     Verify sequencing of boilers in response to load changes and variable steam
                      demand.
               .9     Confirm firing rates of boilers.
               .10    Confirm feed water pump operation.
               .11    Simulate power loss/power return and confirm restart automatically of plant.
               .12    Simulate all alarm functions. Verify interface with Building Automation System
                      (BAS).
               .13    Record start/stop cycling times. Confirm relays and other devices are rated for
                      operation cycling to be experienced especially light loading situations.
               .14    Confirm results of combustion tests on boilers. Record all information.
               .15    Verify manufacturer’s data.
               .16    Verify operation of blow down system (automatic).
               .17    Demonstrate manual blow down operation.
               .18    Demonstrate maintenance required and training
               .19    Verify proper installation of breeching
               .20    Verify fresh air intake system
               .21    Verify steam pressure venting.
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                    .22    Provide warranties.
          .7         Chilled Water System – Chillers
                    .1     Verify operation of chillers. Perform during peak cooling season.
                    .2     Confirm interface with Building Automation System. Verify readings of chiller
                           controls and readings obtained on the BAS.
                    .3     Observe operation of system capacity control.
                    .4     Verify sequencing of chillers and condenser fan system.
                    .5     Confirm operating pressures of refrigerant system.
                    .6     Simulate system shutdown upon alarm detection. Confirm signals sent to BAS
                           and response observed.
                    .7     Measure operating range of the chilled water loop
                    .8     Simulate loss of chilled water flow.
                    .9     Simulate loss of electrical power supply.
                    .10    Simulate high head pressure situation. Observe control reaction.
                    .11    Demonstrate maintenance requirements for chiller.
                    .12    Confirm sufficient space present for maintenance procedures.
                    .13    Confirm presence of safety relief devices.
                    .14    Verify performance of refrigerant gas detection system. Simulate using
                           procedures required by the manufacturer.
                    .15    Provide maintenance requirements and training
                    .16    Provide warranties
          .8         Hot Water Heating System
                    .1     Confirm operation of all circulation pumps.
                    .2     Demonstrate normal power failure/emergency power start of all circulation
                           pumps.
                    .3     Confirm interface of temperature, flow pressure and status points with BAS.
                    .4     Confirm operation of all heating valves, reheat coil valves, etc.
                    .5     Verify operation of bypass valves used for end of loop circulation.
                    .6     Confirm all balancing completed.
                    .7     Verify pump direction. Confirm inlet/outlet pressures. Measure motor amperage.
                           Calculate flow rate. Verify across flow metering devices.
                    .8     Confirm all devices labeled.
                    .9     Confirm proper flow direction.
                    .10    Confirm flow in radiant in floor heating system.
                    .11    Verify loop temperatures. Record inlets and outlet temperatures.
                    .12    Demonstrate pump maintenance procedures and training.
                    .13    Provide GSL Inspection certificates.
          .9         Chilled Water System
                    .1     Confirm circulation pump operation. Verify rotation direction, inlet/outlet
                           pressures, flow rates, motor electrical power.
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                    .2     Confirm all balancing completed.
                    .3     Measure and record inlet/outlet temperatures.
                    .4     Confirm all devices labeled.
                    .5     Demonstrate normal/emergency/normal power sequence and verify system
                           function after normal power returned. Perform while system fully operational.
                    .6     Confirm interface of devices with BAS.
                    .7     Measure and record all temperatures and pressures and groups provided. Confirm
                           ranges are acceptable for ease of use.
                    .8     Provide maintenance training.
          .10        Humidification System
                    .1     Confirm all devices installed.
                    .2     Verify flow to units and ducts.
                    .3     Measure inlet/outlet air humidity level, across each humidifier.
                    .4     Verify control operation. Confirm setpoint of relative humidity sensing devices.
                    .5     Confirm interface with BAS.
                    .6     Insure all condensate drain lines are installed properly.
                    .7     Provide maintenance training.
          .11        Air Handling Systems (Applicable for each system)
                    .1     Confirm interface of all devices with BAS.
                    .2     Verify balancing report
                    .3     Check filter status. Install clean filters.
                    .4     Confirm damper operation. Ensure dampers operate freely and sufficient damper
                           motors are provided.
                    .5     Verify dampers seal tight when closed.
                    .6     Ensure units are clean and washed down prior to final acceptance.
                    .7     Verify fan systems capacity control. Measure static pressures at various flow
                           settings of fan. Confirm system is stable when operating.
                    .8     Confirm heating and cooling coil operation. Measure inlet/outlet temperatures.
                    .9     Verify humidifier control operation.
                    .10    Confirm suitable drain traps provided. Verify trap height and system static
                           pressures.
                    .11    Confirm fire alarm devices in place and fully functional.
                    .12    Confirm operation of all interior lights for the unit.
                    .13    Measure for belt tension and confirm it is within manufacturer’s
                           recommendation.
                    .14    Verify fan balance and confirm within tolerance.
                    .15    Verify bearing lubrication works correctly. Record bearing lubrication activities
                           from start up to final turn over to Owner.
                    .16    Verify filters fit tight with minimal air leakage.
                    .17    Verify ease of accessibility for maintenance.
                    .18    Confirm capacity control for fan operation.
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                    .19     Demonstrate maintenance required and training
          .12        Fans
                    .1      Confirm correct installation as per manufacturer’s instructions.
                    .2      Confirm correct rotation.
                    .3      Measure and record motor amperage.
                    .4      Verify (if applicable) belt tension.
                    .5      Verify bearings are lubricated. Record lubrication from start-up to final turn over
                            to Owner.
                    .6      Verify no vibration exists.
                    .7      Confirm balancing completed. Verify results.
          .13        Isolation Room Systems
                    .1      Confirm systems have been checked by manufacturer. Provide inspection
                            certificates
                    .2      Demonstrate positive/negative/neutral operation. Record operations and verify
                            space pressurization achieved.
                    .3      Verify alarm operation.
                    .4      Verify interface with BAS.
                    .5      Confirm operation during emergency power
                    .6      Review maintenance procedures with manufacturer’s representative and training.
                    .7      Provide Technical Services Inspector’s Report on Room Construction verifying
                            installation contractual requirements.
          .14        Pressurization/Smoke Control
                    .1      Confirm systems have been checked by manufacturer. Provide documents.
                    .2      Demonstrate positive/negative/neutral operation. Record operations and verify
                            space pressurization achieved
                    .3      Verify alarm operation.
                    .4      Verify interface with BAS.
                    .5      Confirm operation during emergency power
                    .6      Review maintenance procedures with manufacturer’s representative.
                    .7      Provide Technical Services Inspector’s Report on wall assembly construction
                            verifying installation of wall assemblies meet contractual requirements.
          .15        Reheat Coils
                    .1      Confirm correct heating coil installed.
                    .2      Confirm CV number on coil control valve.
                    .3      Confirm and record discharge temperature.
          .16        Space Pressure
                    .1      Confirm systems have been checked by manufacturer’s representative. Provide
                            inspection certificates.
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                    .2       Demonstrate positive/negative/neutral operation. Record operations and verify
                             space pressurization achieved.
                    .3       Verify alarm operation.
                    .4       Verify interface with BAS.
                    .5       Confirm operation during emergency power situation.
                    .6       Review maintenance procedures with manufacturer’s representative and provide
                             training.
                    .7       Provide Technical Services Inspector’s Report on construction of room to verify
                             installation meets contractual requirements.
          .17        DDC Controls
                    .1       Confirm all DDC points are connected and operating.
                    .2       Confirm all equipment controlled by the DDC system is functioning properly.
                    .3       Confirm all sensors are calibrated and installed correctly.
                    .4       Verify all building automation sequences. (Provide all necessary additional
                             programming required to achieve a fully functional system)
                    .5       Verify all DDC alarms.
                    .6       Verify all graphical representations.
                    .7       Confirm all DDC systems and components are fully BACNET compatible.
                    .8       Confirm software is installed and operational on owner and DTW sites as
                             directed. Confirm validity of password information for access to system.
                    .9        Confirm wiring method conforms to wire size and type, and is installed in
                             accordance with specification.
                    .10      Review maintenance procedures with manufacturer’s representative and provide
                             training.

   3.7                    DISCIPLINE: ELECTRICAL

         Systems to be Commissioned
          .1         Padmount Switchgear
                    .1       Check all connections for tightness
                    .2       Inspect all insulators.
                    .3       Check fuses for correctness and type.
                    .4       Training of staff by factory representative.
                    .5       Commissioning and start-up to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .2         Exterior Load Break Switches:
                    .1       Check operation over eight (8) hour period at least ten (10) times
                    .2       Check all connections.
                    .3       Demonstrate maintenance requirements.
          .3         Interior Switchgear:
                    .1       Check all factory made connections
                    .2       Remove all dirt and debris from inside enclosures.
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                    .3     Check fuse size and breaker settings.
                    .4     Check door operation.
                    .5     Confirm connection to Building Automation System (BAS).
                    .6     Demonstrate alarm connection to Building Automation System.
                    .7     Perform load tests.
                    .8     Confirm information received from digital meters, transfer controls, air circuit
                           breaker and molded case breakers to BAS.
          .4         Air Circuit Breakers:
                    .1     Check all factory made connections
                    .2     Remove all dirt and debris from inside enclosures.
                    .3     Check fuse size and breaker settings.
                    .4     Check door operation.
                    .5     Perform load tests
          .5         Conductors:
                    .1     Confirm installation in cable tray.
                    .2     Confirm cables are undamaged.
                    .3     Confirm type of cold shrink termination
                    .4     Confirm integrity of fire wrap for exposed 5 kV cabling system.
                    .5     Megger all conductors.
          .6         Interior Feeders
                    .1     Confirm wire gauge, type & quantity.
                    .2     Install strap and box connectors.
                    .3     Confirm routing and support.
                    .4     Confirm bonding conductor.
                    .5     Megger all conductors.
          .7         Energy Management System:
                    .1     Conduct tests of measurement devices accuracy.
                    .2     Confirm factory tests of all equipment.
                    .3     Confirm software developed matches National Energy Code of Canada
                           requirements.
                    .4     Confirm operating ranges of transducers for current and potential match building
                           operating range.
                    .5     Verify by field tests complete system including hardware, software and
                           communication devices.
                    .6     Obtain manufacturer’s certification verifying correct installation
                    .7     Perform training
                    .8     Demonstrate maintenance procedures.
                    .9     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .8         Pad Mount Distribution Transformers.
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                    .1     Megger all cables.
                    .2     Confirm cables undamaged.
                    .3     Measure and record amperage and voltage on primary and secondary of
                           transformer under normal load.
                    .4     Confirm conduits properly installed.
                    .5     Confirm concrete as per detail.
                    .6     Confirm rebar installed as pre detail.
                    .7     Confirm crushed stone installed.
                    .8     Confirm routing of primary and secondary conduits.
                    .9     Confirm proper grounding.
                    .10    Confirm transformer not damaged.
          .9         Dry Type Transformers Indoors.
                    .1     Megger all cables.
                    .2     Confirm cables not damaged.
                    .3     Measure and record amperage and voltage on primary and secondary of
                           transformer under normal load.
                    .4     Confirm proper grounding.
                    .5     Confirm flexible connections to transformer.
                    .6     Confirm transformer housing not damaged.
                    .7     Confirm installation of sprinkler guards
                    .8     Confirm installation of identification.
          .10        Lightning Arrestor.
                    .1     Confirm all electrical connections.
                    .2     Confirm conductor installation.
          .11        Overhead Service.
                    .1     Megger all conductors.
                    .2     Confirm attachment height.
                    .3     Inspect all conduits and supports.
                    .4     Drain and seal all LB fittings.
                    .5     Verify attachment method and support systems.
          .12        Underground Services.
                    .1     Megger all conductors.
                    .2     Inspect trenches for foreign materials and sharp obstacles.
                    .3     Confirm proper conduit bedding and installation. (i.e. glue, support)
                    .4     Confirm conduit sizes, spare conduit and pull rope.
                    .5     Confirm trench/conduit depth.
                    .6     Confirm marking system installed.
                    .7     Confirm proper backfill procedure.
          .13        Power Factor Capacitors.
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                    .1     Confirm proper operation.
                    .2     Record resulting pf under normal load conditions.
                    .3     Confirm rating of capacitors.
                    .4     Confirm operation of switching system.
                    .5     Confirm all connections torqued.
                    .6     Confirm identification installed.
          .14        Service Entrance Equipment.
                    .1     Megger all cables.
                    .2     Measure and record voltage and amperage on all conductors under normal load.
                    .3     Confirm grounding and bonding.
                    .4     Confirm all connections properly torqued.
                    .5     Confirm identification installed.
                    .6     Confirm final cleaning.
                    .7     Confirm rating of OCP devices and adjustments as per specifications.
          .15        Motor Control Centres.
                    .1     Megger all feeder and load conductors.
                    .2     Measure and record voltage and amperage on all feeder and load conductors
                           under2 normal load.
                    .3     Confirm grounding and bonding.
                    .4     Confirm all connections properly torqued.
                    .5     Confirm identification installed.
                    .6     Confirm final cleaning.
                    .7     Confirm operation of all starters/contactors.
                    .8     Confirm proper overloads installed and MCP devices adjusted to suit loads.
          .16        Snow Melt Cables.
                    .1     Megger all cables.
                    .2     Confirm conductor size correct.
                    .3     Measure amperage and voltage of conductor on normal loads and as per
                           manufacturers recommendations. Record results.
                    .4     Confirm size and type of overcurrent protection.[GFCI as appropriate]
                    .5     Confirm operation of control system.
                    .6     Confirm identification installed.
                    .7     Train all designated personnel in proper operation of system.
                    .8     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .17        Distribution and Lighting Panelboards.
                    .1     Megger all feeder conductors.
                    .2     Measure and record voltage and amperage on all feeder conductors under normal
                           load.
                    .3     Confirm grounding and bonding.
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                    .4     Confirm all connections properly torqued.
                    .5     Confirm panel identification installed.
                    .6     Confirm final cleaning.
                    .7     Confirm panel directory correct.
          .18        Disconnect/Safety Switches.
                    .1     Megger all conductors.
                    .2     Measure and record voltage and amperage on all conductors under normal load.
                    .3     Confirm grounding and bonding.
                    .4     Confirm all connections properly torqued.
                    .5     Confirm identification installed.
                    .6     Confirm final cleaning.
                    .7     Confirm proper rating of overcurrent devices installed.
          .19        Equipment Enclosures, Splitters, Junction Boxes.
                    .1     Confirm all conduit and cable connections seated properly in enclosure.
                    .2     Confirm locknuts and bushings on all conduit connections. Double locknuts on
                           RGS.
                    .3     Confirm proper grounding and bonding.
                    .4     Confirm proper support.
                    .5     Confirm identification installed.
          .20        Wiring Devices.
                    .1     Confirm devices installed in proper location.
                    .2     Confirm switches installed on latch side of doors.
                    .3     Confirm proper voltage/amperage rating.
                    .4     Confirm proper polarity.
                    .5     Confirm cover plate installed flush on wall.
                    .6     Confirm identification completed.
          .21        Circuit Breakers.
                    .1     Confirm breaker size as specified.
                    .2     Confirm breaker properly torqued to panel bus.
                    .3     Confirm load conductors properly torqued to breakers.
                    .4     Confirm GFCI breakers operate properly.
                    .5     Confirm AFCI breakers operate properly.
                    .6     Confirm voltage and amperage load on all circuit breakers. Record results.
          .22        Electric Heating.
                    .1     Confirm heater wattage and voltage are correct.
                    .2     Confirm heater connected to circuit indicated.
                    .3     Confirm heater controls operate properly.
                    .4     Confirm heater fastened securely to building.
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                    .5      Confirm radiant heating panel electrical connections as per manufacturer’s
                           recommendations.
                    .6     Confirm in-floor radiant heating sets installed and connected as per
                           manufacturers recommendations.
                    .7     Measure voltage and amperage at heaters. Record results.
          .23        Heating Control Panels.
                    .1     Confirm relays proper voltage and ampacity as specified.
                    .2     Confirm spare relays installed where indicated.
                    .3     Confirm relay enclosure ventilated.
                    .4     Confirm voltage and load on each relay. Record results.
                    .5     Confirm all electrical connections properly torqued.
                    .6     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .7     Confirm identification is installed.
          .24        Patient Care Areas.
                    .1     Test all electrical receptacles to CSA-Z32.2-M89. Megger all conductors within
                           patient care area back to source.
                    .2     Test all breakers supplying equipment in patient care areas to CSA-2.2-M89.
                    .3      Test all grounded systems within patient care areas for voltage drop in
                           accordance with CSA-Z32.2-M89.
                    .4     Test voltage difference between ground points in patient care areas to CSA-
                           Z32.2-M89.
                    .5     Test receptacle retentive face and polarity to CSA-Z32.2-M89.
                    .6     Test ground return path voltage rise to CSA-Z32.2-M89.
                    .7     Provide test equipment and certified test personnel for all procedures noted
                           above.
                    .8     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .25        Conduits.
                    .1     Confirm all conduits proper size and type.
                    .2     Confirm all conduits properly supported.
                    .3     Confirm conduit fill not exceeded.
                    .4     Confirm all in slab conduits noted on as-builts.
                    .5     Confirm pull ropes installed in all spare conduits.
                    .6     Confirm bonding conductor installed in all conduits.
          .26        Emergency Power Generation.
                    .1     Confirm proper installation of generator.
                    .2     Verify installation of ventilation system.
                    .3     Confirm muffler drained to floor drain.
                    .4     Confirm exhaust is installed as per specification.
                    .5     Confirm wiring interconnections complete.
                    .6     Check system performance after startup. Run for 1 hour.
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                    .7     Verify battery charging system operating correctly.
                    .8     Confirm generator neutral properly grounded.
                    .9     Confirm connections to generator switchboard.
                    .10    Demonstrate operation of unit.
                    .11    Demonstrate maintenance procedures and training.
                    .12    Perform test of all safety devices.
                    .13    Ensure all fuel controls are operational and monitored.
                    .14    Provide certification from manufacturer that system is operational and meets the
                           specification.
                    .15    Megger all cables.
                    .16    Measure and record voltage and amperage on all conductors under normal load.
                    .17    Confirm grounding.
                    .18    Confirm all connections properly torqued.
                    .19    Confirm nameplate installed.
                    .20    Confirm final cleaning.
                    .21    Confirm fuel supply installation.
                    .22    Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .27        Transfer Switches
                    .1     Check installation of relays and solid state monitors.
                    .2     Check operation in “Test”, “Manual” and “Engine Start Positions”. Verify
                           operation in each mode.
                    .3     Perform tests.
                    .4     Demonstrate all maintenance procedures.
                    .5     Megger all cables.
                    .6     Measure and record voltage and amperage on all cables, on normal load.
                    .7     Confirm grounding.
                    .8     Confirm all cables properly torqued.
                    .9     Confirm nameplate installed.
                    .10    Confirm final cleaning.
                    .11    Generator Switchboard.
                    .12    Perform all performance checks as identified in Section 16443.
                    .13    Demonstrate all maintenance procedures.
                    .14    Confirm meters operate and verify readings.
                    .15    Perform verification and performance tests as recommended by manufacturer
                    .16    Confirm synchronization of system as per specifications and manufacturer’s
                           recommendations.
                    .17    Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .28        Motor Starters
                    .1     Confirm motor starters securely mounted.
                    .2     Verify all field power and control connections properly torqued...
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                    .3     Confirm overload heaters installed.
                    .4     Verify operation of all units.
                    .5     Verify lubrication of all moving parts.
                    .6     Operate starters in sequence to confirm satisfactory performance.
                    .7     Perform start/stop functions and verify sequencing actions.
                    .8     Provide manufacturer’s representative for commissioning.
                    .9     Demonstrate maintenance procedures and training.
                    .10    Provide certification from manufacturer of installation.
          .29        Grounding
                    .1     Confirm all grounding system installed and connections made are secure.
                           (Primary and secondary grounds.)
                    .2     Verify connections and conductors protected from mechanical injury.
                    .3     Ensure compliance with the specification.
                    .4     Confirm bonding wire used in all conduit systems.
                    .5     Confirm all grounding buses installed correctly.
                    .6     Perform continuity and resistance tests.
                    .7     Verify hospital OR suite ground system.
                    .8     Demonstrate normal maintenance requirements for grounding system.
                    .9     Confirm building steel grounded.
                    .10    Check main systems ground.
                    .11    Check data system ground.
                    .12    Check telephone system ground.
          .30        Contactors
                    .1     Verify installation of contactors and components.
                    .2     Verify installation of secondary control devices.
                    .3     Confirm operation of all devices.
                    .4     Demonstrate maintenance requirements.
          .31        Electrical Outlets
                    .1     Verify lamcoid labels are correct.
                    .2     Test receptacles to CSA Z32.2-M89 as applicable for health care facilities.
                    .3     Verify test results report meets CSA requirements.
                    .4     Confirm installation meets specification.
                    .5     Provide copy of test results.
          .32        Lighting
                    .1     Confirm all lighting systems are properly supported
                    .2     Confirm all fixture alignments.
                    .3     Perform light level testing in all rooms at night (2 readings per room).
                    .4     Confirm operation of all fixtures.
                    .5     Demonstrate maintenance procedures.
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                    .6     Confirm spare parts are provided as specified.
                    .7     Verify outside lighting foundations are true and plumb.
                    .8     Verify operation of all exterior lighting.
                    .9     Provide copy of test results.
                    .10    Provide copy of warranties.
          .33        Fire Alarm
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Verify all wiring connections completed.
                    .3     Verify operation of all devices.
                    .4     Coordinate interconnection with Building Automation System.
                    .5     Test alarm operations for all areas and devices.
                    .6     Confirm graphic display mounted.
                    .7     Confirm location of Certificate of Compliance from manufacturer.
                    .8     . Simulate grounds and breaks with the system.
                    .9     Check and verify communication panels operate correctly.
                    .10    Verify system maintenance procedures.
                    .11    System verified
                    .12    Confirm all remote annunciators working.
                    .13    Confirm all interior and exterior audible devices working.
                    .14    Confirm all pull stations installed
                    .15    Confirm all visual signal devices operational.
                    .16    Check panel flush and level
                    .17    Training provided
                    .18    Warranties supplied
                    .19    Maintenance materials supplied
                    .20    Check tags for fire department, phone numbers at all pull stations
                    .21    Confirm sprinkler system connections operational.
                    .22    Confirm interconnections to mechanical systems operable
                    .23    Confirm interconnections to door closures operable
                    .24    Confirm interconnections to fire suppression system operable
                    .25    Confirm auto phone dialer installed and operational
                    .26    Confirm exterior strobe installed
                    .27    Check all acoustic signal devices are audible from all locations.
                    .28    Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .34        Uninterruptible Power Supply
                    .1     Verify UPS performance meets specification.
                    .2     Provide factory representative testing of this system.
                    .3     Verify system maintenance procedures and demonstrate training.
                    .4     Provide copy of test results and Certification Certificate.
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                    .5     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .6     Provide copy of warranty.
          .35        Intercom System
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Conduct intelligibility and performance test.
                    .3     Provide manufacturer’s representative for testing.
                    .4     Demonstrate maintenance procedures and training.
                    .5     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .6     Provide copy of warranty.
          .36        Public Address System.
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Verify operation of voice paging, CD player and AM/FM tuner.
                    .3     Verify microphone override for all microphone locations.
                    .4     Demonstrate all maintenance procedures.
                    .5     Verify and record sound levels throughout facility.
                    .6     Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
                    .7     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .8     Provide copy of warranty.
          .37        Nurse Call System
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Demonstrate maintenance procedures for all system components.
                    .3     Provide Manufacturer’s representative for testing of system.
                    .4     Demonstrate by operation all devices for the nurse call system.
                    .5     Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
                    .6     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .7     Provide copy of warranty.
          .38        Central Clock System
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Demonstrate operation of system.
                    .3     Verify resetting capability and operation for normal and emergency power.
                    .4     Demonstrate maintenance procedures.
                    .5     Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
                    .6     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
          .39        Central Dictation
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                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Verify equipment installation.
                    .3     Conduct performance checks.
                    .4     Demonstrate maintenance procedures.
                    .5     Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
                    .6     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .7     Provide copy of warranty.
          .40        Television System
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Confirm equipment installation.
                    .3     Demonstrate signal strength throughout system.
                    .4     Provide certification indicating installation meets specification.
                    .5     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .6     Demonstrate use of local channel for owners use.
          .41        Security System Card Access:
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Demonstrate operation of all system components as required.
                    .3     Verify operation of system in normal and emergency power modes.
                    .4     Demonstrate all maintenance procedures as required.
                    .5     Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
                    .6     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .7     Provide copy of warranty.
          .42        Security System – CCTV
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
                    .3     Confirm signal received from each camera meets specifications.
                    .4     Review operation procedures of central monitoring and control system.
                    .5     Verify low light operation of system.
                    .6     Confirm motion detection operation of system.
                    .7     Verify operation of weatherproof housing heater and blower.
                    .8     Demonstrate motorized lens function.
                    .9     Demonstrate time lapse recorder system.
                    .10    Perform user orientation as specified.
                    .11    Demonstrate maintenance procedures and training.
                    .12    Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .13    Provide copy of warranty.
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           .43    Security System
               .1      Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                       with the contract documents.
               .2      Demonstrate equipment installed.
               .3      Confirm performance requirements meet specifications.
               .4      Demonstrate maintenance procedures and training.
               .5      Provide certification indicating system is installed as per specification.
               .6      Confirm connection to remote monitoring agency and receipt of applicable
                       contact numbers by the monitoring agency.
               .7      Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
               .8      Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
               .9      Provide copy of warranty.
         .44    Telephone Systems
               .1      Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                       with the contract documents.
               .2      Confirm all testing as required completed and documented.
               .3      Verify receipt of final certification documentation.
               .4      Confirm handicap accessibility requirements are met.
               .5      Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
               .6      Provide copy of warranty.
         .45    Assistive Listening System
               .1      Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                       with the contract documents.
               .2      Verify operation of amplifier, receiver, transmitter, microphone and earbuds.
               .3      Confirm operation of battery charger.
               .4      Verify and record sound levels to earbuds.
               .5      Confirm quantity of spare batteries.
               .6      Train all designated staff in proper operation of system.
               .7      Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
               .8      Demonstrate all maintenance procedures.
               .9      Provide copy of warranty.
         .46    Stage Performance Lighting Systems
               .1      Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                       with the contract documents.
               .2      Confirm conduit and conductor size as specified.
               .3      Confirm types and quantity of lighting fixtures.
               .4      Confirm spare lamps turned over to owner.
               .5      Confirm master and remote dimming controls operational.
               .6      Confirm twist-lock receptacle and wire cages installed on fixtures.
               .7      Confirm fixture color gels turned over to owner.
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                    .8     Confirm power boosters installed where indicated.
                    .9     Orientate light fixtures to suit owner requirements.
                    .10    Demonstrate maintenance procedures and training.
                    .11    Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .12    Provide copy of warranty.
          .47        Data Cable Systems
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Confirm all testing as required completed and documented.
                    .3     Verify receipt of final certification documentation.
                    .4     Commissioning to be conducted by factory trained technician.
                    .5     Provide copies of data cable test results.
                    .6     Provide copy of warranty.
          .48        Exit Lighting Systems
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Verify all exit lights installed correctly and are operational.
                    .3     Confirm breaker for exit lights locked in on position.
                    .4     Confirm operation of integral batteries.
                    .5     Confirm integral emergency lighting heads are aimed properly.
                    .6     Demonstrate maintenance procedures.
                    .7     Confirm spare parts are provided as specified.
          .49        Emergency Lighting Systems
                    .1     Verify that system components have been located and installed in accordance
                           with the contract documents.
                    .2     Verify all emergency lighting units installed correctly and are operational.
                    .3     Confirm breaker for emergency lighting units locked in on position.
                    .4     Confirm batteries are fully charged.
                    .5     Confirm remote heads operational.
                    .6     Confirm conductor size to remote heads.
                    .7     Demonstrate maintenance procedures.
                    .8     Confirm spare parts are provided as specified.
          .50        Electric Load Bank
                    .1     Confirm proper operation.
                    .2     Record resulting amperage under normal load conditions.
                    .3     Confirm rating of resistive load.
                    .4     Confirm operation of test switching system.
                    .5     Confirm all connections torqued.
                    .6     Confirm identification installed.
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           .51    Cable Tray Systems
               .1     Confirm all cable tray proper size and type.
               .2     Confirm all cable tray supported in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
               .3     Confirm cable tray fill not exceeded.
               .4     Confirm all system dividers in place where applicable.
               .5     Confirm identification installed on all cables at intervals as specified.
               .6     Confirm bonding conductor installed in all tray and connecting all tray sections.
         .52    Control Wiring
               .1     Confirm conductor size and type in accordance with specification.
               .2     Confirm cable shields grounded at source end only.
               .3     Confirm wiring installed in accordance with specification.

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