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					                                                  CSI SECTION 13121

PART 1            GENERAL

1.01        SUMMARY

       A.   Section Includes:

            These specifications describe the design and materials used for the fabrication of metal buildings by
            PHOENIX BUILDING SYSTEMS, L.L.C. The buildings are designed to be weathertight, durable, and
            easily erected. The materials furnished shall include the structural framing, roof panels, wall panels,
            bracing, flashings, fasteners, sealants, and all other component parts required for the metal building
            1. In case of discrepancy between drawings and proposal specifications, the provisions of the proposal
                 specifications shall govern.
            2. Because of continuing efforts to improve our products, PHOENIX BUILDING SYSTEMS, L.L.C.
                 reserves the right to substitute structural shapes and materials with equivalent properties without
                 prior notice and without incurring liability.

       B.   Material Not Included:

            Unless specifically called for in the proposal documents, PHOENIX BUILDING SYSTEMS, L.L.C. shall
            not supply the following material.
            1. Anchor bolts, leveling plates, shims, and all other metals to be embedded in concrete.
            2. Insulation.

1.02        REFERENCES

       A.   American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC):

            1.    "Manual of Steel Construction Allowable Stress Design", ninth edition including the 2001 Supplement No.
            2.    "Serviceability Design Considerations for Low-Rise Buildings", Design Guide Series, 1990 edition.

       B.   American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI): "Cold-Formed Steel Design Manual", 2001 North American

       C.   American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM), current edition:

             1.     A307        Specification for Carbon Steel Bolts and Studs. 60000 psi Tensile Strength
             2.     A325        Specification for Structural Bolts, Steel, Heat Treated, 120/105 ksi Minimum Tensile
             3.     A563        Specification for Carbon and Alloy Steel Nuts.
             4.     A653        Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated
                                (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.
             5.     A792        Specification for Steel Sheet, 55% Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Coated by the Hot-Dip
             6.     A1011       Specification for Steel, Sheet and Strip, Hot-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength
                                Low-Alloy and High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability.
             7.     B117        Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus.
             8.     C267        Test Methods for Chemical Resistance of Mortars, Grouts, and Monolithic Surfacings
                                and Polymer Concretes.
             9.     D523        Test Method for Specular Gloss.
            10.     D822        Practice for Filtered Open-Flame Carbon Arc Exposures of Paint and Related Coatings.
            11.     D968        Test Methods for Abrasion Resistance of Organic Coatings by Falling Abrasive.
            12.     D1308       Test Method for Effect of Household Chemicals on Clear and Pigmented Organic
            13.     D2244       Practice for Calculation of Color Tolerances and Color Differences from Instrumentally
                                Measured Color Coordinates.
            14.     D2247       Practice for Testing Water Resistance of Coatings in 100% Relative Humidity.
            15.     D2248       Standard Practice for Detergent Resistance of Organic Finishes.
            16.     D2794       Test Method for Resistance of Organic Coatings to the Effects of Rapid Deformation

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            17.     D2822      Specification for Asphalt Roof Cement.
            18.     D3359      Test Methods for Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test.
            19.     D3363      Test Method for Film Hardness by Pencil Test.
            20.     D4145      Test Method for Coating Flexibility of Prepainted Sheet.
            21.     D4214      Test Methods for Evaluating Degree of Chalking of Exterior Paint Films.

       D.   American Welding Society (AWS),

            1.    AWS D2.4 “Standard Welding Symbols”, current edition.
            2.    AWS D1.1 "Structural Welding Code - Steel", current edition.
            3.    AWS D1.3 "Structural Welding Code - Sheet Steel", current edition.

       E.   Building Code: Governing document establishing minimum design loads and their application.

1.03        DEFINITIONS

       A.   Building Orientation:

            1.    Front Side Sidewall A (SWA):     The side of building which is the low slope end of the building where
                                                   gutter or fascia is located.
            2.    Back Side Sidewall C (SWC):      The side of the building which is the high side of the building slope.
            3.    Left End Endwall D (EWD):        The endwall to the viewer's left when facing the front sidewall A.
            4.    Right Endwall B (EWB):           The endwall to the viewer's right when facing the front sidewall A

       B.   Building Dimensions:

            1.    Width: Distance from the outside face of wall panel on one side to the outside face of wall panel on
                  the opposite side. Width shall be constructed by a dimension divisible by 16” module.
            2.    Length: Distance from the outside face of wall panel at one end to the outside face of wall panel at
                  the other end. Length shall be constructed by a dimension divisible by 16” module.
            3.    Height: Distance from floor elevation to the top of the wall panels.
            4.    Buildings shall be free of interior columns. Any wind bents required shall be single span nominally
                  equal to the building height and width. All accessories including wind bents, doors, & windows shall
                  fit as an integral part of the wall system.

       C.   Design Loads:

            1.    Building Dead Load: Weight of the building components such as primary and secondary framing,
                  bracing and covering systems.
            2.    Live Loads: Vertical loads produced by maintenance workers, equipment, and materials during the
                  life of the structure by movable objects but does not include wind, snow, seismic or dead loads.
            3.    Snow Loads: Vertical load induced by the weight of snow, assumed to act on the horizontal
                  projection on the roof of the structure.
            4.    Wind Loads: The loads caused by the wind from any horizontal direction.
            5.    Seismic Load: Lateral load acting in any horizontal direction on a structural system due to the action
                  of an earthquake.
            6.    Collateral Dead Loads: Additional permanent materials other than the building system, such as
                  sprinklers, mechanical systems, electrical systems, etc.


       A.   Building Dimensions:
            1. The building shall be [____ ft __ in. wide], [5’4” Min ; 6’-8”, 8’-0”, 9’-4”; 10’-8”, or 12’-0” Max]
            2. [____ ft __ in.] high nominally. [8’-0” ; 10’-0”]
            3. [____ ft __ in.] long. [5’-4” Min – Unlimited length provided dimension is divisible by 16”]
            4. Slope: 1 ½” inch roof slope in the buildng width.
            2. Vertical exterior and interior clearances shall be as described in the building manufacturers’
                 literature. This is a product of building height and any included accessories such as wind bents and
                 optional ceiling.

       B.   Primary Framing:

            1.    The roof panels that shall span between the front and rear walls shall support roof loads.

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            2.   The front and rear wall panels shall provide vertical support. Panel rib reinforcers shall be provided
                 as required.

       C.   Secondary Framing:

            1.   Wall top plate shall be an angle with one stiffened leg and structurally join the roof and walls. Top
                 plates shall be structurally joined to each other to serve as flanges for the roof diaphragm. All
                 connection points for the roof to the wall top plate shall be in such a manner that the fasteners are
                 outside the building wall envelope. Wall top plate shall be factory pre-punched for alignment of wall
                 panels and to ensure proper roof slope.
            2.   Base channel shall be a structural member connecting wall panels to the foundation. Base channel
                 shall provide support for the outer face of the panel and also locking wink to support interior
                 trapezoidal sculpture of wall panel. Base channel shall be pre-punched for bolt attachment to panel
                 and pre-punched for 3/8” drill in type anchors @ 16” O.C. (Anchors not supplied by PHOENIX)

       D.   Lateral Bracing:

            1.   Roof bracing shall be provided by the diaphragm strength of the roof and designed to resist lateral
                 wind and seismic loads.
            2.   Wall bracing shall be provided by the racking strength of the wall panels and designed to support the
                 reactions from the roof diaphragm.
            3.   Wind bents shall be clear span rigid frames between the front and rear walls and shall be provided
                 when the building length exceeds either the roof diaphragm capacity or the endwall racking strength.
                 Wind bents shall fit as an integral part of the wall system and shall not protract into the interior
                 footprint of the building. Wind bents shall be constructed so that they are completely hidden when
                 optional ceiling is installed.

       E.   Building Covering:

            1.   Roof covering shall be the PHOENIX Roof System per roof system specification Section 2.04 A.
            2.   Wall covering shall be CFW Wall System per wall system specification Section 2.04 B.
            3.   The building manufacturer shall supply trim, flashing, fasteners and sealant necessary for a complete
                 weather-tight building.
            4.   Color scheme shall be as follows:
                 a. Roof color:       Galvanized.
                 b. Wall color:       [___________] .     [Cougar Tan] ; [Parchment]; [Village Green]
                 c. Trim color:       [___________] .     [Bone White] ; [Dark Bronze]
                 d. Accessory color: Neutral Tan (Primer).
                 e. Ceiling: Bone White.
                 f. Liner Panel: Polar White.


       A.   Governing Code:

            1.   Structural steel design shall conform to the applicable allowable stress design sections of latest
                 edition of the AISC and AISI Codes referenced by the IBC 2003.
            2.   If the building code specified by the buyer does not specifically address any of the design
                 considerations identified below, those conditions shall be designed in accordance with ASCE 7-98.

       B.   Site Conditions:

            1.   Building is [ ____ ] feet above surrounding terrain.
            2.   Building is [ ____ ]feet away from a [ ____ ] ft wide x [ ____ ] ft long x [ ____ ] ft high adjacent
                 building, as shown on the drawings.

       C.   Loads shall be applied in accordance with the 2003 IBC Building Code. Live and roof snow loads shall be
            applied to the horizontal projection of the roof and wind loads applied perpendicular to the loaded

            1.   Roof live load shall be [ ____ ] psf.
            2.   Collateral dead load shall be [ ____] psf.
                 [Concentrated dead loads shall be as shown on contract drawings.]

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            3.   Snow Load:
                 a. Roof snow load shall be calculated as follows:
                    1) Roof Snow: (Pf) = [ _____ ] psf.
                 b. Snow drift loads shall be applied to all appropriate roof areas as defined by the building
                    configuration and the governing building code.
            4.   Wind Loads shall be calculated in accordance with the governing Building Code and the following items:
                 a. Basic Wind Speed: = [ _____ ] mph.
                 b. Exposure Category = [ _____ ] .

       D.   Load combinations as specified in the governing Building Code.

       E.   Wind loads for deflection calculations shall be based on a ten year mean recurrence. Unless otherwise
            specified [below] [in the governing Building Code], AISC "Serviceability Design Considerations for Low-
            Rise Buildings" deflection criteria will be used.

1.06        SUBMITTALS

            Prior to [commencement of construction] [release for construction], the building manufacturer shall submit
            the following:

            A.   Product data for the [PHOENIX TL roof system] , [CFW wall system] , [Ceiling Panels] , [Liner Panels] ,
                 [Walk Doors] , [Windows] , [Louvers] , [Service Door Openings] , [and] , [Partition Walls]
            B.   Material Samples as follows:
                 1. Color chips of [roof],[wall] [accessories] [trim].
            C.   Erection Instructions:
                 1. Detailed erection instructions referencing the building and accessory component part numbers,
                     assembly sequence and connection details.
                 2. These drawings shall be signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer licensed to practice in
                     the state of Colorado.
            D.   Material Certification:
                 1. MSDS sheets applicable to the building manufacturers [paint and sealant], products.
            E.   Shop Drawings:
                 1. Site Specific Shop Drawings: Manufacturers’ shop drawings showing specific building in plan, &
                     section. Drawings shall locate all accessories, and dimension builidng limits, accessories, and
            F.   Structural Certification:
                 1. Letter of Certification: Formal letter verifying the design loads, building code and design code for
                     which this building [will be] [has been] designed. This letter shall be signed and sealed by a
                     Professional Engineer licensed to practice in the state of Colorado.
                 2. Structural Analysis: Calculations showing the derivation of design loads, their application to
                     specific structural members, member sizes and actual/allowable member stresses. This
                     document shall be signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer licensed to practice in the
                     state of Colorado .


       A.   The manufacturer shall be regularly engaged in the fabrication and design of metal building systems.

       B.   All materials shall be new, unused, and fabricated in a workmanlike manner.

       C.   All structural design work shall be done by or under the supervision of a Licensed Professional Engineer.


       A.   Package, ship, handle and store all structural, sheets, panels, hardware, cartons and other building
            material so that it will not be damaged or deformed.

       B.   Stack material on platforms, dunnage or pallets, and cover with tarpaulins or other approved weathertight
            ventilated covering.

       C.   Store structural members so that they will drain freely. Avoid contact between materials that may cause

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       D.   Store material so that part numbers, carton numbers, packing lists and other identification markings are

1.09        WARRANTY

       A.   General Warranty: The metal building manufacturer shall warrant that the material shall be of good
            quality and in conformance with these specifications. The manufacturers’ liability under this warranty
            shall be to repair or provide replacement material, at the manufacturers’ option, for material proven to be
            defective. This warranty shall be in effect for a period of one year from the date of shipment from the
            manufacturer unless otherwise expressly stated for roof and wall panel warranties.

       B.   Limited Material and Coatings Warranties:

            1.   Galvanized durability - 20 years.
            2.   Painted CFW wall panel finish - 20 years.
            3.   Painted Trim finish- - 20 years.

PART 2           PRODUCTS


       A.   Roof support shall be provided by the roof panels and shall conform to Section 2.04 A of this
            specification. Panel rib reinforcers shall be cold formed nominal 10 gage galvanized steel conforming to
            ASTM A1011 Grade 55.

       B.   Vertical support shall be provided by the wall panels and shall conform to Section 2.04 B of this
            specification. Panel rib reinforcers shall be cold formed nominal 10 gage galvanized steel conforming to
            ASTM A653 SS Grade 37.


       A.   Top plates shall be cold formed angles with one stiffened leg and formed from nominal 16 gage 37,000-min.
            psi galvanized steel conforming to ASTM A653 SS Grade 37.

       B.   Base channel shall be cold formed from nominal 14 gage 37,000-min. psi painted galvanized steel
            conforming to ASTM A653 SS Grade 37. Anchor bolts shall be 3/8” supplied (by others)


       A.   Roof bracing shall be provided by roof panels and shall conform to Section 2.04 A of this specification.
            Perimeter members shall conform to Section 2.02 A of this specification.

       B.   Wall bracing shall be provided by wall panels and shall conform to Section 2.04 B of this specification.
            Top and bottom components shall conform to Sections 2.02 A & B of this specification.

       C.   Wind bents shall be rigid frames with parallel columns and rafters. Rafters shall be cold-formed stiffened
            Cee with tube steel sections made from nominal 11 gage 37,000-min. psi steel conforming to ASTM A653
            SS Grade 37. Columns shall be formed from nominal 10 gage 37,000-min. psi galvanized steel
            conforming to ASTM A653 SS Grade 37.


       A.   Roof Covering:

            1.   The roof panels shall be formed on a CNC press brake to ensure close dimensional tolerances. The
                 substrate shall be 50,000-min. psi galvanized steel conforming to physical characteristics of ASTM

            2.   The roof panel shall have a virtually flat face 16” wide with locking 3” vertical ribs and be of nominal
                 18-gage steel. The panel shall provide net 16” covering width and extend from eave to eave.

       B.   Wall Covering:

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            The wall panels shall be formed on a continuous rolling mill to ensure close dimensional tolerances. The
            substrate shall be 50,000-min. psi GALVALUME® steel conforming to physical characteristics of ASTM
            A653 or A792.
            1. The trapezoidal-faced panel shall be 16" wide with interlocking 3" ribs and be of nominal 24-gage
                steel. The panel shall provide net 16" coverage. The panels shall have an embossed finish.
            2. The panel shall extend from the base to eave or rake line except when interrupted for wall
                accessories such as windows, doors and louvers.
            3. The wall panels shall be attached to framing with the interlocking ribs toward the interior, eliminating
                fasteners exposed to the exterior.
            4. Panels shall be factory pre-punched for proper bolt on attachment to base channel and wall top
                plate. Pre-punched holes shall also align with any accessory being installed within the wall system
                (door, window, louver, etc.)
            5. The corner panel shall be specifically formed to interlock directly with the starting panel on the
                adjacent wall to eliminate the need for any surface mounted corner trim.
            6. Optional Flat CFW panels may be used for ease of installation of pipe flashings etc providing that no
                more than 2 flat panels are used in any wall face. A flat panel may not be used in the corner panel

       C.   Ceiling:

            The ceiling panels shall be formed on a CNC press brake to ensure close dimensional tolerances. The
            substrate shall be 50,000-min. psi prepainted GALVALUME® steel conforming to physical characteristics
            of ASTM A653 or A792.
            1. The panel shall be 16" wide with interlocking 2" ribs and be of nominal 24-gage steel. The panel
                shall provide net 16" coverage. The panels shall have an embossed finish.
            2. Ceiling panels shall be installed as a suspended type from a perimeter mounted track and center
                support from roof panel clip.
            3. Ceiling shall completely cover wind bent framing if necessary.
            4. No external furnishings shall be installed directly from the ceiling as to induce additional load upon
                roof panel system.

       D.   Covering Finish Material:

            1.   Flashing: All flashing and trim shall be fabricated from not less than 24 gage prepainted steel.
            2.   Fasteners:
                 a. PHOENIX Roof Panels: All exposed fasteners for covering shall be self-drilling sheet metal
                     screws of carbon steel shank with zinc aluminum-alloy head with an integral weather seal
                 b. Blind fasteners shall be a minimum 1/8" diameter high strength rivets, painted to match wall or
                     trim colors.
            3.   Sealants:
                 a. For field applied tape sealant for fascia, top plates, wall cap and eave plates, the tape sealant
                     shall be extruded butyl material conforming to Federal Specification TT-C -1796A Type II Class
                     B and AAMA Specification 804.1.
                 b. For field applied sealant for base of wall at base channel, the extrudable sealant shall be an
                     asphalt base bituminous plastic cement conforming to the performance requirements of Federal
                     Specification SS-C-153C Type 1 and ASTM D2822.
                 c. For field applied sealant for roof and wall accessories where the sealant is not exposed, the
                     extrudable sealant shall be a non-migratory, non-drying and nonskinning synthetic elastomer
                     base conforming to the performance requirements of Federal Specification TT-C-1796A, Type 1,
                     Class A.
                 d. For field applied sealant for exposed seams at roof accessories and around doors and windows
                     when the sealant is exposed, the extrudable sealant shall be a flexible non-drying (but skinning),
                     non-migratory synthetic polyurethane based elastomeric material conforming to the performance
                     requirements of Federal Specification TT-S-00230C, Type II, Class A.

2.05        ACCESSORIES

       A.   Windows:

            1.   Operable windows shall be aluminum self-framing and self-flashing. They shall be furnished
                 complete with glass, hardware and screens. If insulating sashes are included, they shall be
                 furnished completely assembled with glazed panels, weather stripping, hardware in place, and

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              attached to the window unit. They shall satisfy all requirements of ANSI/AAMA 101-85 Optional
              Performance Class HS-R25.
        2.    Fixed glass windows shall be framed with not less than 16 gage G-90 galvanized steel components
              designed specifically for the PHOENIX wall system. Glazing beads shall be included for the
              installation of ¼” glass.

   B.   Personnel Doors:

        1.    Standard Door Rough Openings.
              a. Rough openings shall include jamb reinforcing members fabricated out of 16- gage galvanized
                  G-90 steel members prepunched to bolt to framed opening members.
              b. Lintels shall be made or 16-Gage electo -galvanized steel that is pre-primed neutral tan.
              c. Rough openings shall bolt directly to CFW wall sysem through factory prepunched holes for
                  ease of installation and structural integrity.
              d. Any exposed jamb reinforcers shall be covered by 24 gage material to match CFW wall system
                  color specified above.

        2.    Standard Door Framed Openings. Out Swing (Reverse Style) only.
              a. All door frames shall be prime coated Neutral Tan (NT), 16 gage G-90 galvanealed steel, and
                  with 4 3/4" wide jamb KD style. Jambs shall be specifically designed to bolt in directly to rough
                  opening framing through both side jambs and header member via factory welded clip attachment
                  method. Hinges shall be constructed to match STEELCRAFT® Brand Hinge Spacing.
              b. Jambs shall be fastened at base by interior mounting bracket with pre-punched holes for 3/8”
                  diameter drill in type anchors. The bracket and fasteners shall be completely concealed by
                  threshold upon final installation.
              c. Hinges for each door leaf shall have 1-1/2 pairs of 4-1/2" X 4-1/2" full mortise and concealed
                  template ball bearing hinges of the fixed pin, non-removable type and shall meet ANSI/BHMA
                  A156.18. Hinges are to be chromium plated.
              d. Thresholds shall be extruded aluminum with a vinyl door seal. Fasteners shall be countersunk.
              e. Weather stripping: jamb up type vinyl insert weather stripping in extruded aluminum shall be
                  supplied for field application to door stops.

        3.    Standard (Stock) Door Leaf:
              a. Personnel door leaves shall be G-90 galvanealed steel, 18 gage. They shall receive one coat of
                  Neutral Tan prime paint.
              b. Doors shall be flush with vertical seams on both hinged and lock edges. The top and bottom-
                  reinforcing channel shall be 14 gage steel nominal and spot-welded within the door. Doors shall
                  be stiffened with a Kraft honeycomb core laminated to the inside door.
              c. Doors shall be mortised and reinforced for hinges and locks. Door frames shall be double-
                  rabbet style made of 16-gage steel. All door leaves are provided with [Cylindrical ANSI A115.2 ,
                  Mortise ANSI A115.1] preparation.
              d. Door leaves shall be [solid] , [prepared with ½ glass that is safety laminated type or wire clear].

        4.    Standard (Stock) Door Hardware:
              a. [Cylindrical (Grade 2) , Mortise (Grade 1)] [Latchsets, Locksets] shall meet the criteria as
                  detailed in ANSI A156.13, 1994 and subsequent revisions. The latch bolt projection shall be
                  3/4" and/or a 1" projection dead bolt with a BHMA-626 dull chrome finish.
              b. Closure: Closures shall be full rack and pinion universal mounting surface closure and shall
                  conform to ANSI/BHMA A156.4 Grade 1. Closers shall be of [Regular paralell arm , Hold Open
                  paralell arm] type. Closures shall be provided on [active leafs only., all leafs]

   C.   Gutter & Downspouts:

        1.    All gutter and trim shall be fabricated from not less than 24-gage prepainted steel. Fascia corner trim
              shall be fabricated from .040” prepainted aluminum to match trim color.
        2.    Downspouts shall be fabricated from not less than 26-gage prepainted aluminum or prepainted steel.
              Downspout color shall match that of trim color. Downspouts shall be corrugated 3” x 4” in size.

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       D.   Service Door Opening framing shall be designed to resist the applicable dead, live, snow, wind, and
            seismic loads. Door framing shall be minimum 14 gage stiffened flange channels. SDO shall be painted
            Neutral Tan (Primer) color.

       E.    Roof jacks shall be made of EPDM rubber compounded with carbon black and other additives to give
             maximum weatherability and resistance to ozone and ultraviolet light. Life expectancy under normal use
             with a temperature range of -65° F to +250° F shall not be less than 20 years.

       F.    Liner panels shall be constructed of 26 ga. corrugated through fastened panel with 36” coverage, color
             to be Polar White (PW). Liner panels must include a ceiling as an optoin. Liner panels are to be
             mounted to 25 ga. metal furring strips at 24” O,C. All appropriate trim shall be provided at corners,
             accessories, and ceiling locations. There shall be no base trim installed.

2.06        FINISHES

       A.   The substrate shall be thoroughly cleaned and pre-treated prior to applying the paint system.

       B.    Structural Components:
            1. All uncoated structural steel and light gauge steel components shall be cleaned of foreign matter and
                 loose scale in accordance with SSPC SP2 and given one coat of rust inhibitive neutral tan primer
                 formulated to equal or exceed the performance requirements of Federal Specification TT-P-636 or
                 TT-P-664. The applied dry film thickness shall be a nominal 1 mil. The prime coat is intended to
                 protect the steel-framing members for only a short period under normal atmospheric conditions and
                 is not intended to be a finish coat.
            2. Structural bolts shall not be prime painted.

       C.   Covering: A thermosetting coating shall be factory applied to the exposed face to a total dry film thickness
            of 1 mil minimum and oven baked under quality controlled conditions. The paint system shall meet the
            following test criteria:

            FLUOROCARBON (70% KYNAR 500®/HYLAR 5000®) Finish on all covering systems:

                Property Value                            ASTM Test                       Performance
                Physical Properties and Durability
                    Specular Gloss                          D523                          20 - 30
                    Pencil Hardness                         D3363                         HB-H
                    Flexibility, T-Bend Mandrel             D4145                         no paint fracture @ 2-T
                                                                                          no pickoff @ 2-T
                   Adhesion                                 D3359                         no adhesion loss
                   Reverse Impact                           D2794                         no cracking or loss of
                   Abrasion, Falling Sand                   D968                          65 - 85 litres/mil
                   Mortar Resistance                        C267                          no effect
                   Detergent Resistance                     D2248                         no effect
                Atmospheric and Pollutant Resistance
                   Acid Pollutants                   D1308
                                                     10% Muriatic Acid, (15 min.)         no effect
                                                     20% Muriatic Acid, (15 min.)         no effect
                                                     AAMA 605.2                           < 5 units color change
                   Salt Spray Resistance (5% @ 95F) B117                                 passes @ 1000 hrs.
                   Humidity Resistance (100% @ 95F) D2247                                passes @ 1000 hrs.
                   Chalk Resistance                  D4214                                rating of 8 min.
                   UVB (313 Bulbs)                   D822                                 passes @ 3000 hrs.
                   South Florida Exposure            D2244                                < 5 NBS units change



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       A.   The building erector shall be regularly engaged in the installation of building systems of same or equal
            construction to the system specified [for a minimum of _____ years].


       A.   Before receiving material, verify that the site is properly prepared with adequate safe storage and shake
            out areas.

       B.   Prior to starting erection, field check foundation, dimensions and elevations for conformity to the following
            1. Building width and length ± 1/4”.
            2. Building diagonals ± 1/2”.
            3. Out of level tolerance for concrete piers and walls ± 1/8” in 20’-0” and ± 1/4" over all.

3.03        ERECTION

       A.   General:

            1.   Erection Drawings: Detailed erection drawings referencing the building component part numbers
                 shall be provided by the building manufacturer. All component parts or bundles of identified parts
                 shall be marked with a part number for easy reference to the erection drawings. A Design Manual
                 will be provided and will show the proper way to locate wall accessories.
                       a. One erection instruction booklet & design manual shall be included with the building
                           material shipped.
            2.   Erection of all metal building components and accessories shall conform to the building
                 manufacturers’ erection instructions and the manufacturers’ design manual.
            3.   Erector shall be responsible for construction site safety and conformity to all applicable
                 environmental and safety laws, regulations and ordinances covered by this section.
            4.   All Work shall be performed in a neat and workman like manner.
            5.   Provide access to the work as scheduled for owner provided inspections, if required. The cost of any
                 required inspections is the responsibility of the owner.

       B.   Structural Framing: Erect load bearing walls and other structural material true, plumb and square as
            shown in the building manufacturers’ erection instructions. The erector shall furnish temporary falsework,
            cribbing, guys and bracing where needed for squaring, plumbing, and securing the structural members
            against loads, such as wind loads acting on the exposed framing and seismic forces, as well as loads
            due to erection equipment and erection operations. Install framing in accordance with MBMA Low Rise
            Building Systems Manual, Common Industry Practices.

       C.   Covering:

            1.   Coated material shall not be cut with flame or abrasive cutters.
            2.   Erect roof and wall covering and flashing true, plumb and square according to the building
                 manufacturers’ erection instructions. Give special attention to caulking details.

       D.   Accessories:

            1.   Follow all manufacturers’ detail drawings and instructions for installing manufacturer supplied
            2.   For builder supplied accessories, use only manufacturer approved details for the installation of
                 materials used to penetrate material.


       A.   Touch up abrasions, marks, skips or other defects in shop-primed or factory finished painted surfaces
            with the same coating material used by the building manufacturer.

       B.   Alterations made by a customer, designer, builder, contractor, or builder's agent affecting the basic
            PHOENIX BUILDING SYSTEMS, L.L.C. structural design, without the specific investigation and approval
            of PHOENIX BUILDING SYSTEMS, L.L.C., will be the responsibility of those making such alterations or

3.05        CLEANING

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   A.   Clean excess sealant from roof and other areas as work progresses to prevent tracking and maintain a
        good quality appearance.

   B.   Remove all metal shavings from roof, wall and trim areas daily to prevent rust streaks.

   C.   Remove from the site all scraps and debris left or caused by the work of this section.

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