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Tenant Criteria Manual




General Growth Properties, Inc.
        DEERBROOK MALL
          Humble, Texas




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            November 4th, 2003
       General Growth Properties, Inc.
         www.generalgrowth.com



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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

     Letter of Introduction                           5
     Directory                                        6
             Project Directory
             City of Humble Permitting Officials
             Local Utility Agencies
     Center Plans                                     7-9
             Location Plan
             Lower Level Plan
             Upper Level Plan

TENANT SUBMISSIONS AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

     Landlord’s address for document submission       10
     Document submission                              10
     Required permits and inspections                 11
     Building code information                        12
     Permit requirements                              13
     Contractor’s guidelines                          14

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA

     All Tenants                                      15-18
              Architectural drawing requirements
              Signage drawing requirements
              Landlord provided notes
              Landlord supplied architectural items
              General Tenant Design Constrains
     In-line Tenants                                  19-25
              Storefront design criteria
              Storefront Requirements
              Storefront Entry Criteria
              Control zone criteria
              Store interior design criteria
     Food court Tenants                               26-28
              Food court design criteria
              Control zone criteria
              Signage design criteria

ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                                 29-36




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MECHANICAL DESIGN CRITERIA

     All Tenants                                                                37-40
            HVAC drawing requirements
            Design parameters
            General requirements
            Variable volume control

MECHANICAL DETAILS                                                              41-44

ELECTRICAL DESIGN CRITERIA

     All Tenants                                                                45-48
            Electrical drawing requirements
            Landlord supplied electrical and voice/data service (all tenants)
            Power service Landlord Design parameters
            Voice/data service (telephone) service
            Tenant responsibility
            General requirements

TENANT ELECTRICAL SERVICE DIAGRAM                                               49

ELECTRIC DETAILS                                                                50-51

ELECTRIC PANEL SCHEDULE                                                         52

PLUMBING DESIGN CRITERIA

     All Tenants                                                                53-55
            Plumbing drawing requirements
            Landlord supplied domestic water, sanitary, vent, grease and gas
            Tenant responsibility

PLUMBING DETAILS                                                                56-57

FIRE PROTECTION                                                                 58

     Fire protection sysytem

TENANT NOTES                                                                    59-60




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INTRODUCTION
This manual has been prepared to assist the Tenant’s architect and engineer(s) prepare drawings and
specifications that will meet the Deerbrook Center design criteria. Our objective is to allow the maximum
expression of a store’s individual personality and character while maintaining a cohesive design theme
throughout the center.

The criteria herein is not intended to contradict any Code requirements that may govern this project. It is
the responsibility of the Tenant’s architect, engineers and contractors to comply with all applicable Codes.
Any questions concerning the information presented in this manual should be brought to the Tenant
Coordinator’s attention as soon as possible to minimize design revisions.


The Tenant Print Package (“Print Package”) consists of :

   Tenant Design Criteria Manual
   Tenant Lease Outline Drawing (LOD)
   Base Building Construction Documents (if necessary)

The lease agreement requires that all Tenant plans be prepared by an architect and engineer(s) licensed
by the State of Texas.

Please submit the following information :

Send to :      General Growth Properties Inc.
               110 North Wacker Drive
               Chicago, IL 60606
               Attn :        Tenant Coordination Department

               Phone :        312-960-5000
               Fax   :        312-960-5064

Store Name : ______________________________
Space No : __________________________________

Architectural Firm : _____________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________

Contact Name and Title:
__________________________________________________________________________________

Address:_____________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________

Email:______________________________________________________________________
Phone : (____)_____________________________
Fax :(____)_________________________________




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INTRODUCTION                              PROJECT DIRECTORY
Center Address:

Deerbrook Mall                        Phone :   281-446-6628
20131 Highway 59 North                Fax   :   281-446-1921
Humble, TX 77338

Landlord’s Tenant Coordination :

General Growth Properties, Inc.       Phone :   312-960-5000
110 N. Wacker Drive                   Fax   :   312-960-5064
Chicago, IL 60606
www.generalgrowth.com


CITY OF HUMBLE PERMITTING OFFICIALS

Department of Inspections:

Humble City Hall
Rick Martinez
114 W. Higgins
Humble, TX 77338

Fire Marshall

Clint Johnson
108 W. Main Street
Humble, TX 77338

LOCAL UTILITY AGENCIES

Gas Utility:

Center Point Entex                    Phone:    713-659-2111

Electrical Utility:

ReliantEnergy                         Phone:    866-660-4900




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INTRODUCTION               LOCATION PLAN




               SITE PLAN


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INTRODUCTION                                                               LOWER LEVEL PLAN




                                                        LOWER LEVEL PLAN
Certain of the elements shown on this plan are future
or proposed. The Landlord makes no representation
that the future or proposed development will occur
as shown.




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INTRODUCTION                                                               UPPER LEVEL PLAN




                                                        UPPER LEVEL PLAN
Certain of the elements shown on this plan are future
or proposed. The Landlord makes no representation
that the future or proposed development will occur
as shown.




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TENANT SUBMISSIONS AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS                                                   ALL TENANTS

LANDLORD’S ADDRESS FOR DOCUMENT SUBMISSION

        General Growth Properties, Inc.
        110 North Wacker Drive
        Chicago, IL 60606

        Attn    :       Tenant Coordination Department

        Phone :         312-960-5000
        Fax   :         312-960-5064


DOCUMENT SUBMISSION

Please keep in mind that submission of plans must be in accordance with the time schedule specified in
the Tenant’s lease. Sufficient time must be allowed for the Landlord’s and the City of Humble Department
of Inspections’ review and approval process. Preliminary Landlord plan approval will take approximately
10 working days or less. Final Landlord plan approval will take approximately 15
 working days or less.

The Humble Department of Inspections review will take approximately 15 working days. The City of
Humble Department of Inspections may not review final plans unless they have been stamped/approved
by the Landlord.

Preliminary Documents :

Two (2) sets of prints including the following:

•    Key plan
•    Floor plan
•    Storefront elevation
•    Reflected ceiling plan
•    Material sample board (labeled and keyed to plan)
•    Color rendering or photograph of storefront prototype

Final Construction Documents :

•    Two (2) sets of prints of construction documents to scale (containing Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical
     and Plumbing drawings)
•    Drawings must be wet sealed by Texas licensed architect and engineer(s)
•    Refer to appropriate section in this manual for drawing requirements

Note    :       After the Landlord’s approval, any changes or modifications to the construction documents
                or the Tenant’s interior improvements must be approved by the Landlord in writing.




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TENANT SUBMISSIONS AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS                                                  ALL TENANTS

Hood Documents:

•   Three sets of hood specification plans (for food related tenants)

Signage Documents:

•   One set of reproducible signage shop drawings
•   One set of reproducible blade sign shop drawings (excluding food court tenants)


REQUIRED PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS

Permits required by the City of Humble must be presented to the Landlord’s on-site representative prior
to work start. It is the responsibility of the Tenant to obtain the approved construction documents from the
Department of Inspections, the Fire Department and the Health Department etc., and to pay for and
secure all applicable permits.

Permits:

•   Building construction
•   Fire
•   Health
•   Sprinkler
    (Ada by TDLR)

Note   :       All interior Tenant store signage must be submitted to the Landlord for approval. Exterior
               building store signage will require both the Landlord’s and the City of Humble Department
               of Inspections approval. A separate permit will be required for exterior signs only.

Inspections:

It is the Tenant’s architects or contractor’s responsibility to verify the field inspections required by the
City of Humble.




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TENANT SUBMISSIONS AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS                                                ALL TENANTS

BUILDING CODE INFORMATION

The following is a general reference list of applicable Codes. It is the sole responsibility of the Tenant’s
architect, engineer(s) and contractor(s) to comply with all applicable federal, state, local Codes and
ordinances for their occupancy type.

Building Type (excludes Anchor Stores) :

       Height                         2-story

       Gross Leasable Area            Approximately 360,000 square feet

       Type of Construction           No restriction, however, Type II-N construction is proposed for the
                                      retail portion of this covered mall building
                                      The area of individual accessory uses within a covered mall building
                                      is limited to three times the basic allowable area for a construction
                                      type.
                                      In order to accommodate the large food court , Type II-F.R. will be
                                      used in those areas

       Required Side Yards            The covered mall building, attached anchor buildings and parking
                                      garages are required to be adjoined by at least 60 feet wide public
                                      ways, streets or yards along all exterior walls


       Primary Occupation Classification              Covered Mall                          -       M

       Accessory Occupancy Classification Office                                            -       B
                                                      Food Court                            -       A-2.1
                                                      Restaurants (Occupants < 300)         -       A-3
                                                      Storage                               -       S-1
                                                      Kitchen/Mechanical/Electrical         -       F-1




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TENANT SUBMISSIONS AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS                                                  ALL TENANTS

Applicable Codes:

       Building                        2000 International Building Code (IBC)
       Mechanical                      2000 International Mechanical Code (IMC)
       Plumbing                        2000 International Plumbing Code (IPC)
       Electrical                      2002 National Electrical Code (NEC) - NFPA 70
       Fire                            2000 International Fire Code (UCF) with local amendments


       Building Permit
       Requirements                    4 sets of Plans (all M.E.P. information must be included)
                                       4 sets of Specifications

                                       The Fire Department to receive 1 set of the above documents.

                                       All documents are to be signed and sealed with cover sheet
                                       embossed.

The Tenant shall cause its general contractor to deposit with the Landlord without liability for interest, the
sum of $5,000.00. This sum shall be applied towards any costs incurred by the Landlord or the Landlord’s
contractor to complete any part of the Tenant’s work which the Tenant or the Tenant’s contractor fails to
complete within the time period required by the lease.

The Tenant’s contractor shall erect at the Landlord’s option, an 13’-0" high (minimum) barricade to serve
the Tenant’s area. This barricade can extend into the mall area 3’-0" only when working on the storefront
(2 weeks maximum).

All material must be kept within the leased area. No storage of equipment or material is to be kept in
unoccupied spaces, mall property and parking lot areas.

The loading space is from access corridors, not through the storefront.




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TENANT SUBMISSIONS AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS                             CONTRACTOR’S GUIDELINES

CONTRACTOR’S GUIDELINES

The following is a brief description of required items/procedures for Tenant construction. Note that this is
not a complete description of all requirements and limitations for Tenant construction. The Tenant’s
contractor shall obtain a “Tenant’s Contractor Manual” at the site from an authorized GGP Inc. representative
for further guidelines.

Quality Standards:

All work by the Tenant’s contractor, including repair work, shall be performed in a first-class workmanlike
manner and shall be in a good and usable condition at completion. The Tenant shall require any person
performing work to guarantee that the work is free from any and all defects in workmanship and materials
for 1 year from the date of completion. The Tenant shall also require any such person to be responsible
for the replacement or repair without additional charge of work done or furnished by or through such
person which shall become defective within 1 year after substantial completion of the work. The correction
of work shall include, without additional charge, all expenses and damages in connection with the removal,
replacement or repair of any part of work which may be damaged or disturbed. All warranties or guarantees
for materials or workmanship on or regarding the Tenant’s work shall be contained in the contract or
subcontract. The contract shall be written so that all warranties and guarantees shall insure to the benefit
of both the Landlord and the Tenant, as their respective interests appear, and so that the contract can be
directly enforced by either party.

Coordination:

The Tenant’s work shall be coordinated with the Landlord’s work as well as with the work of other Tenants
in the shopping center, so that the Tenant’s work will not interfere with or delay the completion of other
construction in the shopping center.

Insurance:

The Tenant’s contractor must fulfill the following insurance requirements, and shall maintain at no expense
to the Landlord :

•    Workers’ Compensation Insurance with statutory limits and Employer’s Liability Insurance with limits
     of not less than $100,000

•    General Liability Insurance with limits of not less than $2,000,000 combined single limit for bodily
     injury and property damage, including personal injury, Contractual Liability Coverage specifically
     endorsed to cover the indemnity provisions contained herein and Contractor’s Protective Liability
     Coverage if the contractor uses subcontractors

•    Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance in the contractor’s name, including owned, non-owned, leased and
     hired car coverage with limits of not less than $2,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for
     bodily injury and property damage




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                            ALL TENANTS
The following is a list of minimum design information required to expedite plan approval by the Landlord.
It is not intended to be a complete listing of all requirements, but should serve as a minimum checklist to
be used by the Tenant’s design consultants to complete the construction documents.

We urge you to read this manual in its entirety in order to fully understand the requirements needed to
generate an acceptable set of construction documents.


ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING REQUIREMENTS

Cover Sheet:

•   Tenant name with Project directory
•   Location plan with space number and square footage
•   Architectural symbols and drawing lists
•   Building Code information
•   Occupancy load
•   Building data, use and construction type
•   Flame spread ratings of materials (as per Code)
•   Landlord provided notes

Floor Plans (1/4” minimum scale):

•   Demising and interior partition wall locations dimensioned
•   Base building column centerlines with designations
•   Restroom facilities
•   Location of fixtures and equipment
•   Recessed service door (if applicable)
•   Location of access panels in floor (if applicable)
•   Identification of waterproof membrane locations
•   ADA path of egress indicated
•   Door and room finishes schedules
•   Typical wall sections

Storefront, Interior Elevations and Details:

•   Storefront entry elevation (1/2” minimum scale)
•   Interior store elevations
•   Vertical storefront sections (1” = 1’-0” minimum scale)
•   Identification of all finishes and colors
•   Longitudinal and typical section through storefront from slab to roof
•   Typical section through demising walls
•   Storefront signage
•   Bulkhead details
•   Floor transition details
•   Enlarged storefront details (1 1/2” = 1’-0”)



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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                              ALL TENANTS

Reflected Ceiling Plan (1/4" minimum scale):

     •   Ceiling heights
     •   Identification of ceiling materials
     •   Exit lights
     •   Emergency lights
     •   Light fixtures (specify all) & light fixture schedule
     •   Sprinkler heads
     •   Air diffusers and grilles
     •   Access panels


SIGNAGE DRAWING REQUIREMENTS

     •   Incorporate signage into storefront elevation
     •   Indicate letter height
     •   Provide typical letter section
     •   Method of wiring and mounting
     •   Indicate color and materials
     •   Blade sign (if applicable)

LANDLORD PROVIDED NOTES

The following Landlord notes must appear on the cover sheet of all Tenants’ final construction docu-
ments:

     •   The Tenant’s general contractor must conduct a pre-construction meeting with the Landlord’s on-
         site representative prior to work start.
     •   The Tenant’s contractor will repaint and/or repair the Landlord’s property (bulkheads, rear corridor
         etc.) damaged during Tenant improvement.
     •   The ceiling systems are to be constructed using materials with a class “A” Fire Rating..
     •   Support wires for lay-in-ceiling grid, lights and HVAC equipment etc. must not be connected to
         any of the Landlord’s electrical & plumbing & fire protection piping, mechanical equipment or roof.
     •   All support wires may only be connected to the top cord of joist and/or structural members.
     •   All materials used in the construction of this space must be asbestos free.
     •   The water meter (purchased from the City of Humble) must be easily readable by a person
         standing on the main floor. If the mounting position is not accessible, a remote display must be
         used. If either is concealed, the location must be labeled.
     •   Any penetration or modifications to structural steel or concrete must be coordinated and ap
         proved by the General Growth Properties Inc. on-site representative and the Landlord’s struc
         tural engineer.




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                          ALL TENANTS

LANDLORD SUPPLIED ARCHITECTURAL ITEMS

Control Zone :

       3/4” black metal neutral strip between adjacent Tenants, at Tenant’s expense

Demising Wall Studs :

       6” 22 gauge metal studs @ 16” on center to deck, provided at the centerline of all demising and
       corridor walls

Roof Structure :

       Built up roofing system on R-20 rigid insulation on 1-1/2” 22 gauge metal deck on structural steel
       beams, girders and joists

Exterior Walls :

       EIFS on 5/8” gypsum sheathing
       on 8” 18 gauge metal studs with
       R-19 thermal batt insulation




Note   :      It is the Tenant’s responsibility to maintain the
               integrity of the Landlord’s demising walls,
              floor slab and roof structure.




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                       DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
The following criterion is provided to give the Tenant maximum design flexibility while maintaining a
consistent and high quality retail environment at Deerbrook Mall. This criteria will guide the Tenant’s
designer to create a store design compatible with overall intent of the center.

All storefront, interior designs and materials are subject to the Landlord’s approval. It should be under-
stood that the Landlord will review a Tenant design concept with neighboring Tenants and make judg-
ments that will benefit the entire center.

General Tenant Design Constrains:

     •   The landlord has provided a 12’-0" high bulkhead on the first floor and 13’-6” on the second floor
         throughout most in-line Tenant areas. It is the Tenant’s architect’s responsibility to verify in field.
     •   The Tenant’s storefront must be self supported (storefronts shall not be suspended form center
         soffit)
     •   Wood blocking, decking and framing may be permitted (subject to building review/approval)
         below the ceiling line and must be stamped fire retardant ( all raised platforms shall be con-
         structed of noncombustible, materials)
     •   No combustible materials are allowed above ceiling (i.e. transformer, water heaters etc.)
     •   Provide 2" high black vinyl store space number and name, locate at rear exit door.
     •   Waterproof membrane is required for all food related tenants and bathrooms.
     •   All floor penetrations must be sleeved and sealed liquid tight.
     •   Tenants are required to have at least one handicapped accessible toilet; exceptions or devia-
         tions may be determined by the building department of small Tenant spaces.
     •   Support wires for lay-in-ceiling grid, lights and HVAC equipment etc. must not be connected to
         any of the Landlord’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing or fire protection piping, equipment or
         roof.
     •   Any penetrations or modifications to structural steel or concrete must be coordinated and
         approved with the local General Growth Properties Inc. on-site representative.
     •   It is the responsibility of the Tenant’s Architect to field check all dimensions, utilities, locations
         and conditions prior to and during construction.
     •   A second exit is required if exit travel distance exceeds 75’ within the space or if the occupancy
         exceeds 50 people, or if the space is greater than 1500 square feet (as per Code)
     •   Tenants that are adjacent to service corridors must provide an alcove so that as exit door is
         fully recessed behind the lease line when in the open position. The Tenant must match service
         corridor finishes established by the Landlord throughout the corridor side of the alcove and
         provide sprinkler coverage.
     •   Tenants with second exits (i.e. through stockrooms) are required to mark a path of egress and
         provide fixed barriers to meet requirements of NFPA 101.




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                          IN-LINE TENANTS

STOREFRONT DESIGN CRITERIA

Storefronts shall be designed, fabricated and installed by the Tenant at the Tenant’s sole expense. The
design objective is to create an intimate streetscape character that expresses a sense of scale, featuring
display windows and recessed front doors. Storefronts are perceived as complete architectural facades
that stand apart from the surrounding mall construction.

STOREFRONT REQUIREMENTS:

   •   Storefront openings cannot exceed 50% of the total storefront width. Maximum opening width is
       9’ - 0". One (1) opening is permitted for each storefront elevation.
   •   Wide-open entries or rolling grilles are not permitted.
   •   All storefronts are to be self-supported. Attachment to Landlord’s structure shall be for lateral
       bracing only.
   •   Storefronts height should be 6” below HVAC grills.
   •   The undersides of soffit entry portals must be of the same storefront material (not gypsum board).
   •   Flooring at the recessed entry is to be a continuation of the mall’s flooring material extended to the
       centerline of the opening. Full pieces of LL’s flooring material should be used to the greatest
       extent possible (no unnecessary partial pieces).
   •   Storefront glazing systems (glass) shall be top and bottom supported. Side mullions and anodized
       aluminum storefront systems are not permitted.
   •   Storefront glass and glazing shall be ½” thick (minimum) and be tempered with beveled, polished
       edges and set with 1/8" (max.) open butt joints between panes. Silicon joint fillers are not permitted.
   •   Architectural glazing clips are required for glass 10’ or higher. Glazing clips must be metallic in
       nature and unique to the storefront. Creatively designed clips of a decorative, unique
       and/or colorful nature are required. Plastic or Lucite clips are not permitted.
   •   Freestanding security pedestals or visible devices are not allowed. Security and theft detection
       systems must be integrated into the storefront system and be concealed from public view.




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                          IN-LINE TENANTS

STOREFRONT MATERIALS:

     •   Natural hardwoods, solid or veneer, must be of the highest grade (select). Rich, visually
         dramatic Maple, Mahogany and Cherry hardwoods are acceptable. Plywood, particleboard
         and simulated (plastic laminate) products are not acceptable. All wood and wood panels must
         be book and color matched. For Landlord approval, submit an actual sample (9"x 9"or larger)
         of the intended material and finish for review as part of the required material sample board.
     •   Natural stones that are rich, elegant and/or visually dramatic are preferred. All stone material
         (including marbles, granites and tiles) must be book and color matched. All edges and corners
         must be mitered; no unfinished corners or edges are allowed. Tile may be used as a decorative
         feature and non-glossy tiles or intricate mosaic tiles may be used as accents and in limited field
         applications. Glazed finishes and 4" x 4" ceramic tile is not permitted.
     •   Plaster may be used in applications where it has a rich color and smooth finish. No heavily
         patterned or skip trowlled finishes are permitted. Use of plaster is limited to use in a creative
         application and of professional quality; “Venetian Plaster” is highly recommended. Tenants must
         submit an actual sample (6" x 6" minimum) of the intended material and finish for review as part of
         the required material sample board.
     •   GFRC and similar products can add unique shapes and detail to a storefront design. A wide
         variety of standard and custom architectural forms, details and embellishments are available.
         Tenants must submit actual samples of the intended material and finish for review as part of the
         required material sample board.

Tenants should not use primary materials or finishes that match or are similar to the Landlord’s surrounding
construction as a substantial portion of their storefronts. Individual storefronts must be unique and distinct
from adjacent tenants and the mall’s surrounding construction.




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                  IN-LINE TENANTS

Acceptable Storefront Materials:                  Unacceptable Storefront Materials :

Glass:                                            Glass:

•   Clear 1/2” tempered with polished and         •   Mirror
    beveled edges                                 •   Plexiglass
•   Glass block
•   Sandblasted or stained glass                  Laminates:
•   Exterior glazing: U=0.42, SC=0.44 or better
                                                  •   Simulated materials : brick, stone, wood etc.
Laminates (limited to 10%of storefront area):     •   Wood veneer laminates

•   Corian or equal                               Metals:
•   Solid core
•   Matrix or pattern finishes                    •   Antique
•   Matt, and textured finishes                   •   Unfinished
                                                  •   Anodized aluminum
Metals:
                                                  Tile:
•   Brass
•   Bronze                                        •   4”X4” Ceramic Tile
•   Copper                                        •   Clay shingles
•   Electrostatic colors                          •   Simulated masonry and stone
•   Stainless steel                               •   Vinyl or quarry tile
•   Polished, brushed or textured
                                                  Wood:
Tile:
                                                  •   Distressed wood
•   Natural stone tiles.                          •   Masonite
•   Ceramic, mosaic tile                          •   Plywood paneling
•   Polished or honed cut stone : marble,
    granite, terracotta etc.
•   Terrazzo
•   Decorative, hand painted or crafted tiles.

Wood:

•   Finish grade hard woods, painted or stained


Other materials:
• Venetian Plaster
• GFRC




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                         IN-LINE TENANTS

STOREFRONT ENTRY CRITERIA
Storefront Entry Opening

For stores which have a store facade width of 30’ - 0” or less, the total entry opening width shall not
exceed 6’ - 0”.

For stores which have a store facade width greater than 30’ - 0”, the total entry opening width shall not
exceed 13’ - 0”. The entry door openings must be divided so that no single opening exceeds 8’ - 0” in
width.

For stores with more than one facade elevation facing the Mall, one entry will be allowed for each distinct
store facade elevation which is 20 feet or greater in width. The general opening width restrictions noted
above shall apply for each individual elevation. The total combined opening width for all openings shall
not exceed 24 feet.

Door Closure Requirements:

Regardless of the direction of door swing, the door shall be recessed a minimum of 1’ - 6”. Outward
swinging door must be recessed so that door swings do not project past lease line.

As an alternate, sliding glass doors may also be used. Where utilized, door framing, mullions and jambs
shall align when the doors are opened, and the storefront shall be designed to minimize the appearance
of such doors.

     •   Doors shall be fully recessed behind the lease line when in the open position
     •   Door stops must be flush floor mounted
     •   Single track, narrow style sliding glass doors shall be enclosed in a door pocket or partition when
         in the open position
     •   Door tracks are to be recessed flush with the finish floor




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                     IN-LINE TENANTS
CONTROL ZONE CRITERIA

The front 3’-0" area from the storefront lease line has been designated as a control zone area. All
Tenants must comply with these requirements.

Floors:
   • Provide a smooth and level transition from the Tenant’s space to the common area
   • The Tenant must match mall border tile from the lease line to the Tenant’s storefront line and/or
       closure line
   • Provide 3’-0" minimum of hard surface transition flooring material past the point of entry
   • The Tenant’s contractor shall purchase mall tile at the site from the Landlord’s on-site
       representative.

Ceilings:
   • Ceiling elevations should be full height within the control zone
   • Locate exit sign behind ceiling soffit so as not to be seen from the center’s common area
   • Recessed incandescent down lights shall be used in the control zone
   • Track type lighting is prohibited unless concealed (fully recessed) or low voltage heads are used
   • Sprinkler heads in the ceiling must be flushed or fully recessed, and the cover plates to be chrome
       or to match ceiling color
   • Acoustical tile will not be allowed in control zone area




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                    IN-LINE TENANTS

STORE INTERIOR DESIGN CRITERIA

Tenants are encouraged to provide a high quality, well detailed and unique interior environment. The
interior and storefront design should reflect and complement one another. The use of quality materials
for flooring, walls, ceiling and lighting will accomplish this task.

Floors:
   • The Tenant is responsible for installing all finished floor coverings
   • Provide metal terrazzo edging or butt jointing between all floor material changes
   • Provide waterproof membrane to base height where water is present (i.e. restrooms) all food
   Tenants

Ceilings:
   • Furnish and install a ceiling through the entire space
   • Ceiling heights in the Tenant’s space shall be a minimum of 11’-0”
   • All sprinkler heads must be recessed type (with white metal cover plates) throughout the sales
       area




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                              IN-LINE TENANTS

Lighting:

•   The Tenant shall provide lighting for the entire leased premises
•   All store cases shall be adequately illuminated and vented
•   Display window to be illuminated during center hours, controlled by a time clock
•   All store lighting shall be glare free


Walls:

•   All Tenants shall provide the required rated gypsum wallboard for their side of the demising wall
•   All interior wall surfaces accessible or visible to the public must be finished in an appropriate manner
    using quality materials and finishes
•   All music, video and pet shops require a minimum 2” sound insulation

Acceptable Store Interior Elements :                          Unacceptable Store Interior Elements :

•   Hardwoods                                                 •   Vinyl flooring and base not allowed in sales
•   Ceramic tile                                                  area
•   Natural stones                                            •   Vinyl stripping between material floor changes
•   Metals                                                    •   Unfinished concrete in sales area
•   Corian etc.                                               •   Slat wall
•   Carpet (commercial grade)                                 •   Indoor/outdoor carpeting
•   Gypsum wall board                                         •   Unfinished metals
•   Concealed spleen                                          •   2’-0" x 4’-0" fluorescent fixtures
•   2’-0" x 2’-0" acoustical ceiling tile system              •   Prismatic acrylic lenses
•   Painted gypsum                                            •   Exposed lighting in sales area
•   2’-0" x 2’-0" fluorescent fixtures (deep cell parabolic   •   Strobe, spinner, chase or moving type of light-
    type)                                                         ing
•   H.I.D. lighting, with the Landlord’s approval (must       •   2’-0" x 4’-0" acoustical ceiling system in sales
    provide glare shields)                                        area
•   Track lighting, fixture head, not to exceed 5" in         •       Mirrored ceiling
    length




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                FOOD COURT TENANTS

FOOD COURT DESIGN CRITERIA

The food court featuring specialty food Tenants is located on the second level. The Tenants surround the
common eating area where tables and seating for approximately 900 people is provided. Skylights
above allow natural light to create an open attractive atmosphere. Tenants are encouraged to develop a
unique and innovative design and not a traditional franchise look. It is the Landlord’s intent that the food
court Tenants conveys an open market atmosphere and therefore it is important that the Tenant’s design
shall be compatible with neighboring Tenants.

Note    :       All food court Tenants must comply with all health regulations and applicable ordinances
                of local governing authorities.

CONTROL ZONE CRITERIA

The front 10’-0" area from the food court lease line has been designated as a control zone area. All food
court Tenants must comply with this criteria.

Countertop:
• The front counter shall have a 2" radius bull nose and be constructed of solid core surfacing
  material
• Recesses in the top counter surfaces (for cash registers, food trays, drink dispensers etc.) must
  be set back a minimum of 8" from the front edge of the counter
• Beverage machines and all other miscellaneous equipment on the front counter are subject to
  design review (equipment must be screened and recessed into the countertop, not to exceed
  18’-0" in height)
• Sneeze guards shall be architecturally compatible with counter design and in accordance with Code
• Provide concealed lighting in counter designs where appropriate

Countertop Materials:

•    Brushed stainless steel
•    Natural stone (i.e. marble, granite, slate)
•    Glazed ceramic tile
•    Solid surface (i.e. Corian, Avonite)
•    Wood with clear finish
•    Laminate countertops are not acceptable

Menu Board:

•    Menu boards must be professionally designed and integrated into the overall storefront design
•    Menu boards shall be recessed or surface mounted onto the preparation screen wall
•    Menu boards must be illuminated either internally or externally, whichever is best in keeping with the
     design theme of the store, at the Landlord’s sole discretion




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                               FOOD COURT TENANTS
Ceiling:

•   The Tenant shall provide a nonporous washable ceiling
•   Painted gypsum wall board shall be used in the control zone area
•   Ceiling height in the control zone area must be at 10’-0"
•   Drop in panel ceilings is not acceptable in the control zone area

Lighting:

•   Provide accent lighting at the countertop using recessed incandescent
    or pendant type fixtures
•   Provide recessed incandescent fixtures and flush/recessed sprinkler
    heads within the control zone
•   2’-0" x 4’-0" fluorescent lighting is acceptable in the control zone
    area only with the Landlord’s approval

Note     : All Tenants must comply with ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1989,
           1993 Edition for lighting requirements.

Floors:

•   Provide a ceramic or quarry tile floor with waterproof membrane underlayment and base within the
    control zone area

Walls:

•   All wall materials shall be washable and nonporous (i.e. epoxy paint, ceramic tile, stainless steel)
•   Provide a food preparation screen wall with service door separating the service and food preparation
    areas
•   The preparation screen wall must be located 10’-0" from the Tenant’s lease line
•   Service door shall be self-closing to shield the back room from public view
•   Mirrored walls are not acceptable within the control zone area




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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                             FOOD COURT TENANTS

SIGNAGE DESIGN CRITERIA

Signage is a major visual element to be designed and provided by the Tenant. Particular attention should
be given to signage and graphics as they are an important part of the overall design theme. All signage
is subject to the Landlord’s approval. The Landlord reserves the right to disapprove any signage that
does not comply with the Landlord’s criteria.

The Landlord will design and provide the structure and background to which the storefront signage can
be attached. This background and structure will consist of an aluminum signboard with metallic brass
finish.

Signage Requirements :

•    One sign centered top to bottom on allotted
     Landlord’s panel
•    Limited to the Tenant’s trade name as defined
     in the lease
•    Maximum letter height shall not exceed 16”
•    Maximum length cannot exceed 16’-0”
•    Provide PK housing
•    Provide clear plastic standoff posts
•    All signage must be installed as per Code
•    To be clock timer controlled and illuminated during
     center hours

Acceptable Sign Types :

•    Exposed double stroke neon
•    Graphic signage is encouraged and shall be located
     at the food preparation screen wall

Unacceptable Sign types :

•    Animated
•    Can signs
•    Box signs

Note    :        Exposed raceways, ballast boxes,
                 electrical transformer and/or
                 sign company names are not permitted.




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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                                                                                                                     TYPICAL WALL SELECTION



                                                                                                                                      TENANT LEASE LINE
                                                                                                                                      (OUTSIDE FACE OF
                                                                                                                                      TENANT'S WALL).




                                                                                                                                      DEFLECTION JOINT
                                                                                                                                      FIRE SEAL ALL
                                                                                                                                      VOIDS AND GAPS
        MAX. CEILING CLEARANCE HEIGHT VARIES BASED ON EXIST. CONDITIONS.




                                                                                       SUSPENDED CEILING
                                                                                       BY TENANT.

                                                                                                                                      5/8" TYPE 'X' FIRECODE
                                                                                                                                      G.W.B. FULL HEIGHT.
                                                                            (13'-0")




                                                                                        5/8" TYPE 'X'
                                                                                        FIRECODE G.W.B.
                                                                                        FULL HEIGHT TO DECK
                                                                                        AND SEALED AIR TIGHT                          6" METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C.
                                                                                        BY TENANT.




                                                                               FINISH FLOOR BY TENANT.

                                                                                                                                      FINISH FLOOR
                                                                                       CONCRETE SLAB
                                                                                       BY TENANT IF
                                                                                       NOT EXITING




                                                                           NOTE: TENANT PENETRATIONS IN WALL MUST BE SEALED BY TENANT (IF APPLICABLE).




                                                                                                       CORRIDOR WALL - TYPICAL (V.I.F.)




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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                                                                                                                       TYPICAL WALL SELECTION


                                                                                                                     WALL



                                                                                                                                            ROOF STRUCTURE
                                                                                                                                            BY LANDLORD




                                                                                                                                       TENANT LEASE LINE
                                                                                                                                       (CENTER LINE OF DEMISING WALL)
          MAX. CEILING CLEARANCE HEIGHT VARIES BASED ON EXIST. CONDITIONS.




                                                                                         SUSPENDED CEILING
                                                                                         BY TENANT.




                                                                                                                                      6" METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C.
                                                                              (13'-0")




                                                                                          5/8" TYPE 'X'
                                                                                          FIRECODE G.W.B.
                                                                                          FULL HEIGHT TO DECK
                                                                                          AND SEALED AIR TIGHT
                                                                                          BY TENANT.




                                                                                                                                      CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB
                                                                                         FINISHED FLOOR                               BY TENTANT IF NOT EXISITNG
                                                                                         BY TENANT




                                                                             NOTE: TENANT PENETRATIONS IN WALL MUST BE SEALED BY TENANT (IF APPLICABLE).




                                                                                                     TYPICAL DEMISING PARTITION (V.I.F.)




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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                                         JOINT DETAILS




                 FLOOR CONSTRUCTION JOINT AT MALL CONCOURSE




                                                                         31
ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS   TYPICAL SOUND DEMISING PARTITION




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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                                                   TENANT’S REAR ALCOVE
                                                                        TENANT TO PROVIDE
                                                                        PENDANT SPRINKLER
                                                                        HEAD AND
       TENANT TO PROVIDE 1                                              CONNECTIONS TO FEED
       HOUR RATED CEILING                                               FROM TENANT'S OWN
       AT RATED CORRIDORS                                               SPRINKLER SYSTEM AT
                                                                        ENTRANCE VESTIBULE

                                                                        ILLUMINATED EXIT
                                                                        SIGN BY TENANT
       ALL FRAMING AND
       G.W.B. FOR DOOR
       RECESS BY TENANT


       SERVICE CORRIDOR                                                  TENANT SPACE


       6 X 6 X 16GA. METAL                                              DOOR, FRAME, AND CODE
       ANGLE CORNER GUARD                                               APPROVED HARDWARE
       BY TENANT.                                                       BY TENANT (AT 1 HR.
                                                                        RATED CORRIDOR DOOR)


       MUST MATCH BASE IN                                               NOTE:
       LANDLORDS CORRIDOR.                                              1. ALL RECESSED WALL
                                                                        SURFACES MUST BE
                                                                        PAINTED BY TENANT.

                                                                        2. TENANT TO SEAL ALL
                                                                        EXPOSED CONCRETE
                                                                        FLOORS.

               5/8" G.W.B. AND
               METAL STUD
               FRAMING BY                                         METAL STUD
               LANDLORD                                           FRAMING BY TENANT

                                                                  5/8" G.W.B. BY TENANT
                                                     2'-0" MIN.




                                 4'-6" MINIMUM
               SERVICE
               CORRIDOR



               DEMOLITION                                         TENANT SPACE
               FOR DOOR
               RECESS BY
               TENANT
                                                                  TENANT TO SEAL
                                                                  FLOOR


                                                                  TENANT TO
               NOTE:                                              PROVIDE A 1 HOUR
               REAR DOOR                                          RATED PARTITION
               MUST INCLUDE                                       WHEN VESITBULE
               THE TENANT'S                                       OCCURS AT A
               NAME AND                                           RATED EGRESS
               SPACE NUMBER                                       CORRIDOR TYP.
               IN BLACK 4"
               HIGH LETTERS.
                                    PLAN & SECTION




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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                           TYPICAL FLOOR TRANSITION




TENANT FINISH           BRASS TERAZZO             FLASH PATCH AS REQUIRED TO
IE: TILE, VCT, CARPET   DIVIDER STRIP             PROVIDE A GRADUAL SLOPE (1:20
                                                  MAX) DOWN TO CONCRETE FLOOR.




                                 THIN SET BED   CONCRETE FLOOR




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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS   TYPICAL TOILET LAYOUT




                                           35
ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS                                         CONSTRUCTION BARRICADE




ALL DELIVERIES TO SPACE SHALL BE THROUGH SECONDARY EXIT (EXTERIOR OR SERVICE CORRIDOR EXITS).
TENANTS WITHOUT A SECONDARY EXIT SHALL PROVIDE AN ENTRANCE AT THE BARRICADE. CONTRACTOR MUST
PROVIDE LOCAL GGP AUTHORITY WITH A 24 HOUR ACCESS TO THE SPACE.

ANY DAMAGE TO LANDLORD’S FLOORING MATERIAL SHALL BE REPAIRED, AT THE TENANT’S EXPENSE

TENANT SHALL NOT DISMANTLE BARRICADE UNTIL APPROVED BY LANDLORD.

FOR POST GRAND OPENING TENANTS, VERIFY ADDITIONAL BARRICADE REQUIREMENTS




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MECHANICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                ALL TENANTS
The following is a list of minimum design information required to expedite plan approval by the Landlord.
It is not intended to be a complete listing of all requirements, but should serve as a minimum check list to
be used by the Tenant’s design consultants to complete the construction documents.

We urge you to read this manual in its entirety in order to fully understand the requirements needed to
generate an approvable set of construction documents.


HVAC DRAWING REQUIREMENTS

   •   All mechanical drawings must be prepared and wet sealed be Texas lincensed engineer.
   •   Mechanical plan with the space number and column centerline designations.
   •   Location of HVAC equipment
   •   Mechanical symbol and equipment list
   •   Duct sizes
   •   Heights above finished floor
   •   Diffuser and grille schedule
   •   Damper locations
   •   Type of insulation
   •   Typical hanger detail from top chords of structure only
   •   Thermostat locations
   •   Control wiring diagram
   •   Toilet exhaust detail
   •   Notes and specifications
   •   Heat gain & heat loss calculation sheets (incorporate in plans). Also complete MEP Load Data sheet
       included in the Plumbing Section of this manual.
   •   Condensate collection with P-trap
   •   Exhaust fans and ductwork




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MECHANICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                              ALL TENANTS

DESIGN PARAMETERS

HVAC Specifications :
     •      Outdoor Temperature             94 FDB/77 FWB Summer (ASHRAE 1%)
                                            31 FDB           Winter (ASHRAE 99%)
       •       Indoor Temperature           76 FDB Summer
                                            70 FDB Winter
       •       Outside Air                  0.2 CFM /sq.ft.
       •       U-Factor                     Roof                   - 0.10
                                            Exterior Wall          - 0.15
                                            (refer to the Tenant’s plan for quantity and location)
       •       Flex duct must not exceed 5’-0”

Note   :       Tenants must comply with ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1989, 1993 Edition.


GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

       •       Flex duct must not exceed 5’-0”
       •       All roof top units must be fitted with C02 sensor demand controlled ventilation.
       •       Tenants must use the area above the ceiling for a return air plenum.
       •       No insulation may be used on top of suspended ceiling
       •       Special attention should be given to the ventilation requirements of food, beauty salons,
               photo processing stores, pet stores etc. where odors need to be isolated or vented. The
               HVAC units are to be balanced whereby the introduction of outside air is a fixed amount
               (90%) of the exhaust air. Tenants using large quantities of exhaust air shall provide
               separate make-up air units as required to produce the needed quantity of outside air.
               Any make-up air unit shall be a Tenant’s expense.
       •       The design must meet all applicable Codes, rules and safety procedures. The
               system’s design must incorporate a distribution system to all areas of the Tenant’s
               store.
           •   Ductwork shall be galvanized steel-fabricated in accordance with SMACNA standards.




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MECHANICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                               ALL TENANTS

ALL TENANTS

The tenant shall furnish and install all HVAC equipment.

HVAC Equipment shall consist of:

   •    Variable Air Volume control box with electric actuators.
   •    Digital programmable thermostat
   •    Check-out, start up and system tests of VAV control box
   •    Power wiring and disconnects
   •    Ductwork with all air distribution and final ail balance
   •    For indoor air quality purposes internally insulated ductwork will not be allowed.

VARIABLE AIR VOLUME CONTROL BOXES

The Tenants on both upper and lower levels shall be served by the Mall’s central air system. The mall
system is designed to deliver the following:

        CFM            Upper Level                   1.7CFM/s.f.
                       Lower Level                   1.2CFM/s.f.
                       Air Temperature               60F (average)

NOTE:          Should any tenant desire or require airflow in excess of the stated design, Tenant shall
               make written request to Landlord to determine if additional CFM is available. Any re-
               quired revisions to existing ductwork shall be a tenant’s expense.

Variable Air Volume control boxes shall be single duct pressure independent type and furnished with
electrical actuators and DDC room thermostat. Components shall be factory mounted, UL listed and
designed for single point electrical connection.

Control boxes shall be capable of delivering constant air delivery within 10% of rated flow regardless of
variation in inlet static pressure. Damper leakage at full-shut-off-shall not exceed 2% of rated flow at
1.5 inches w.g. inlet pressure.

Control boxes shall be constructed of galvanized steel with 1.5 pound density coated fiberglass insula-
tion, meeting NFPA Standard 181 and NFPA 90-A requirements for flame spread and smoke devel-
oped ratings.




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MECHANICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                  ALL TENANTS

FOOD SERVICE TENANTS

All food tenants shall comply with all provisions in this criteria in addition to these special provisions.

Food service tenants are served by the Landlord’s central air system. The VAV control boxes shall be
as previously described and limited to 1.7 CFM/s.f. maximum air delivery.

Additional Food Service Tenant Requirements:

     •   Make-up air unit details and specifications
     •   Specifications of exhaust equipment
     •   Cooking hood details and equipment. Hoods and exhaust systems shall be UL listed and
         conform to NFPA 96
     •   Automatic fire extinguishing equipment shall be UL approved wet chemical pre-engineered
         systems and installed per NFPA 96.
     •   Control/fire alarm wiring interface diagram utilizing the monitor module provided in each
         Tenant’s space by owner
     •   Roof top exhaust hoods must have an approved “grease guard” filter system
     •   Exhaust air quantity shall exceed outdoor air by 10% of 200 CFM minimum.




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MECHANICAL DETAILS                                 EXHAUST HOOD




              TENANT SUPPLY AIR DUCT CONNECTIONS



                                                             41
MECHANICAL DETAILS                                                    EXHAUST HOOD




                            EXHAUST FAN
                            BY TENANT




                                          1'-6"   VARIES   VARIES

                                       NEOPRENE
                                       FLASHING                          DUCT
     GREASE GUARD                                                        BY TENANT
                                   CANT
     FILTER SYSTEM                 STRIP




     COMPOSITION FLASHING
                                                      CARRIER ANGLE
                                                      BY TENANT
     ROOF MEMBRANE

     RIGID INSULATION

     METAL DECK




                                  GREASE EXHAUST FAN



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MECHANICAL DETAILS   HEAT GAIN CALCULATION TABLE




                                              43
MECHANICAL DETAILS                                            ROOF TOP CONDITIONING UNIT




     •   Utilize National Electrical Code Demand Factors for this column.

     Note:      This sheet must be included in final plans.



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ELECTRICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                 ALL TENANTS
The following is a list of minimum design information required to expedite plan approval by Landlord. It is
not intended to be a complete listing of all requirements, but should serve as a minimum checklist to be
used by Tenant’s design consultants to complete the construction documents. Tenant’s electrical service
is metered. Some services are above ceiling and some are below floor. Verify at site.

We urge you to read this manual in its entirety in order to fully understand the requirements needed to
generate an approvable set of construction documents.

ELECTRICAL DRAWING REQUIREMENTS

All electrical drawings must be prepared by and wet sealed by Washington State licensed engineers.
Electrical drawings shall contain the following information as a minimum:

       • Floor and wall receptacles – location and type
       • Fans, motors and all electrical equipment – location and type
       • Floor and wall voice/data outlets – location and type
       • POS outlets (voice/data outlets and isolated ground receptacles) – show location and type
       • Lighting fixture layout (including lamp type and voltage)
       • Lighting fixture schedule (including fixture manufacturer, model number and lamp type)
       • Emergency, exit and night lighting fixture layout (all with battery backup)
       • Branch circuit conduit layout and wire sizes.
       • Feeder conduit and wire sizing
       • Electrical room layout (i.e., panel(s), time clock, etc.); plan must be to 1/4" = 1'-0" scale
       • Conduit and wire sizing for HVAC equipment indicating over current protective device and
         size.
       • Complete electrical panel schedule(s) and MEP tabulation sheet. Show on drawing plans.
       • Notes and specifications on drawings
       • Transformers, if required, are to be floor mounted and grounded to building steel.
       • Tie-in to the mall’s fire alarm system-show location, type and manufacturer of devices. Tenant
         devices must be compatible with Landlord’s mall system. Refer to Fire Alarm Criteria herein.

LANDLORD SUPPLIED ELECTRICAL AND VOICE/DATA SERVICES (ALL TENANTS)

The Landlord has installed Tenant electrical distribution system(s) at several electrical area located thought
the mall. Each mall Tenant will receive utility company metered electric power from one of these electric
rooms. An empty Tenant electrical service conduit originating from a Landlord electric service area has
been installed and is terminated within each Tenant space by the Landlord. The Landlord will provide
each Tenant with a fusible service switch, meter base and pull box at Tenant’s expense-electrical service
area.




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ELECTRICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                  ALL TENANTS

POWER SERVICE DESING CRITERIA


     •         Electrical service                              480Y/227V-3Φ4W60Hz

     •         Typical Tenant service size                     1 1/4” empty conduit based on 10 watts per
                                                               square foot of Tenant space. See note
                                                               below.

     •         Food court Tenant service size                  1 1/4” empty cinduit based on 60 watts per
                                                               square foot of Tenant space. See note
                                                               below.
     •         Restaurant Tenant service size                  Contact Mall for available conduit sizes based
                                                               on 60 watts per square foot with current trans
                                                               former metering. See note below.

     •         Typical RMU Tenant service size                 20 Amp, 120V circuit


NOTE:          Landlord has sized that portion of the mall’s electrical distribution system dedicated to
               Tenant lease area sufficient to accommodate electrical installations equating to the
               Tenant watts per square foot mentioned above. Loads in excess of Tenant allowances,
               which could require bigger conduit and larger service switches will require special
               review and written permission of the Landlord. Any required revisions to the Landlord’s
               electrical distribution system to accommodate the increased Tenant electrical load will
               be at Tenant’s expense.

LANDLORD SUPPLIED VOICE/DATA (TELEPHONE) SERVICE

The Landlord has installed Mall/Tenant telephone backboards throughout the mall.Telephone
backboards have cable pairs available for mall services and typical Tenants. Tenants requiring cable
pairs in addition to the typical single 4-pair cable shall verify the availability of such extra pairs with
the Landlord.




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ELECTRICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                 ALL TENANTS
TENANT RESPONSIBILITY

The Tenant shall provide a complete electrical system originating from the Landlord’s main electric power
service area. Conduit from the Landlord’s metering switchgear up to an electrical service stub into the
Tenant’s space has been furnished and installed by the Landlord. Extension of this stub-in conduit to its
final desired location within the space and all necessary power conductors from the Landlord’s Tenant
metering switchgear to each Tenant’s main power panel is by the Tenant. Additionally, all necessary
labor, main and branch circuit breakers, panels , transformers, branch conduit and wire, etc. necessary
for the satisfactory installation and operation of the Tenant electrical system is furnished and installed by
the Tenant. Individual Tenant electric meters within Tenant spaces are not permitted. Additional Tenant
responsibilities include the following:

   •   Providing and installing conductors from the Landlord’s electrical service area to the leased pre-
       mises through Landlord’s empty designated conduit.
   •   Making final termination of Tenant’s conductors at the Landlord’s tenant metering switchgear
       shall be by the Tenant and done under the direct supervision of the Landlord’s electrical contrac-
       tor.
   •   Providing new electrical equipment and material in accordance with the National
       Electrical Code and local Codes. Materials shall bear the Underwriter’s Laboratory label.
   •   Providing time clock to control storefront signage and show window lighting.
   •   Providing electrical panel(s) with bolt-on circuit breakers and copper bus bars.
       Tenant’s engineer shall verify available fault current level and provide properly rated breakers to
       interrupt such fault current.
   •   Providing lighting circuits branch breakers which are rated for switching duty.
   •   Complying with ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1989, 1993 Edition
   •   Balancing panelboard phases to with +/- 10% of each other.
   •   Providing a single electrical disconnecting means, which will shutdown all Tenant space power.
   •   Furnishing and installing only copper power conductors and using a local code approved wiring
       method.
   •   Furnishing and installing only T8 fluorescent lamps and solid state, electronic ballast with a maxi-
       mum of 20% total harmonic distortion.
   •   Installing drytype step-down transformer(s) only as follows:
            1. Floor mounted with proper code clearances
            2. Suspended in exposed construction areas with project’s structural engineer approval.
            3. Suspended below Tenant finished ceiling with project’s structural engineer approval.




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ELECTRICAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                        ALL TENANTS

     PP     -   480Y/277V 3Φ4W main electrical panel (when used) with main breaker by the
                Tenant. The Tenant’s electrical engineer shall complete a panel schedule for each
                panel installed.

     TR     -   480V-208Y/120V 3Φ4W floor mounted drytype step-down transformer by the
                Tenant. Refer to paragraphs above for alternate mountings.

     LP     -   208Y/120V 3Φ4W lighting and power panel with the main breaker by the Tenant
                The Tenant’s electrical engineer shall complete a panel schedule for each panel
                installed.

     TC     -   Time clock by the Tenant to control store sign and show window lighting
                circuits is by Tenant (as required)

     EC     -   Empty power conduit from Landlord’s main electrical power service area to the
                leased premises. Conduit provided and installed by the Landlord and conductors
                furnished and installed by the Tenant.Final terminations in the main electrical
                servicearea shall be by the Tanant under supervision of mall electrical contractor.

     TS     -   Extension of the Tenant’s electrical service from “EC” (stub-in-location) to the
                Tenant’s main power panel is be by the Tenant

     BC -       Extension of the Tenant’s branch circuit to VAV unit is by the Tenant.

     TE     -   Empty telephone conduit by the Landlord to the leased premises.
                Telephone signal cable from the Landlord’s electrical service area to the leased
                premises by theTenant and/or the telephone company at the Tenant’s expense.

     PS     -   Telephone system (switch, control unit, punchdown, block(s), etc.) within the leased
                premises by the Tenant and the local telephone company at the Tenant’s expense.
                Extension of “TE” conduit to Tenant’s desired location is by Tenant.

     MS     -   Landlord’s metering switchgear with Tenant service switches and meters located
                in the Landlord’s main electrical service area by the Landlord’s electrical
                contractor.

     TB     -   Landlord’s telephone backboard.

     VAV    -   Variable Air Volume unit. Refer to Mechanical Design Criteria.




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TENANT ELECTRICAL SERVICE DIAGRAM                  ALL TENANTS




              TYPICAL TENANT LEASE SPACE RISER DIAGRAM




                                                            49
ELECTRICAL DETAILS                                   ALL TENANTS




             METER & DISCONNECT MOUNTING- DETAIL A
                       Please reference page 50.




50
ELECTRICAL DETAILS                                   ALL TENANTS




                METER & DISCONNECT MOUNTING- DETAIL B
                         Please reference page 50.




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ELECTRIC PANEL SCHEDULE   ALL TENANTS




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PLUMBING DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                  ALL TENANTS

The following is a list of minimum design information required to expedite plan approval by the Landlord.
It is not intended to be a complete listing of all requirements, but should serve as a minimum check list to
be used by the Tenant’s design consultants to complete the construction documents.

We urge you to read this manual in its entirety in order to fully understand the requirements needed to
generate an approvable set of construction documents. Special attention is called to the MEP Key Zone
Plan for specific criteria herein.


PLUMBING DRAWING REQUIREMENTS

   •   All plumbing drawings must be prepared and wet sealed by Texas licensed Engineer
   •   Location of fixtures
   •   Clean-out and floor drain locations
   •   Domestic water distribution
   •   Water heater detail with relief valve and piping to floor drain location of sewer and vent connection
   •   Location of sewer and vent connection
   •   MEP load tabulation sheet (incorporate in plans)
   •   Water, waste and vent riser diagrams

Additional Food Related Tenant Requirements:

   •   Line sizes
   •   Control valves
   •   Grease waste connection
   •   Trap primers will be required on all floor drains




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PLUMBING DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                  ALL TENANTS

LANDLORD SUPPLIED DOMESTIC WATER, SANITARY, VENT, GREASE AND GAS

The Landlord has designed and installed the following utilities to each leased premises.

Domestic Water:

The Landlord has installed a master Meter Water Distribution System for all Tenants. All Tenants shall
furnish and install, at the Tenant’s expense, a water meter to determine the Tenant’s usage for water
service in accordance with the Tenant print package. The Landlord shall read the Tenant’s meter and will
bill the Tenant for such charges. The Tenant’s water and sewer charges shall include but not be limited
to taxes, assessments, charges, fees and surcharges.

The water supply is as follows:
•     Typical Tenants                 3/4" cold water stub-out       -valved and capped

Sanitary Sewer:

Sanitary sewer stub-out in slab block out area for lower level Tenants, and below floor slab for upper level
Tenants.

Upper level tenants in all zones will route their under floor sanitary, waste of grease lines in the ceiling
plenum of the space below. Tenant shall be responsible for all floor openings required for their installa-
tion.

•      All Tenants                            4" capped sanitary sewer stub-out

Sanitary Vent Piping:

•      All Tenants                            2" capped vent connection

Grease waste:

•      Food court and restaurant Tenants 4" capped grease line stub-out




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PLUMBING DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                 ALL TENANTS

TENANT RESPONSIBILITY

The Tenant shall provide a complete plumbing system from the Landlord’s distribution point (supply stub-
out) within the leased premises, including but not limited to, all necessary labor, connections to supply
stubs, piping, clean-outs, fixtures etc. necessary for the satisfactory operation of a plumbing system.

   •   Connection to the Landlord’s point of service and extend service according to the Tenant’s re-
       quirements, and applicable and local Codes
   •   Provide handicapped toilet facilities in accordance with Title III of American with Disabilities Act
       and local Codes
   •   All toilets must be flush tank operated
   •   Provide waterproof membrane in water areas for all upper level Tenants (i.e. toilet rooms and sink
       areas) in two story area
   •   Provide relief valve from water heater to the nearest floor drain
   •   Domestic water piping to be insulated with a minimum of 1" thick fiberglass insulation
   •   At least one floor drain and cleanout in each toilet room, kitchen and/or wet areas (min. 3")

   •   Sanitary piping shall be cast iron. Domestic water (hot and cold) shall be Type L copper.
   •   Combustible piping (PVC) shall not be permitted.
   •   Water heaters shall be equipped with relief and tank drains piped to floor drain.
Additional Food Related Tenant Responsibility:

   •   Connect to the Landlord’s point of service and extend service according to the Tenant’s re-
       quirements, and applicable and local Codes
   •   The Tenant must coordinate with the local health department, as required, to provide a hand
       sink and three compartments sink (mop sinks are suggested)




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PLUMBING DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                   ALL TENANTS


     SEE "TENANT PLAN"
     FOR SIZE                                                        4" COMMON VENT THROUGH ROOF
                                                                     BY LANDLORD




     VALVE AND CAP
     BY LANDLORD (P.O.C.)
                                                                     2" CAPPED VENT STUB
                                                                     BY LANDLORD
                                                                     TENANT TO PROVIDE 2" CAPPED TEE
                                                                     FOR FUTURE TENANT
     4" WASTE LINE                                  LAV
     BY LANDLORD                                                     VENT BY TENANT


     4" CAPPED
     BY LANDLORD (P.O.C.)
                                                          C.O.
                                      F.D.   W.C.                    INSIDE TENANT'S LEASE LINE
                                                                     (ALL WORK DONE BY TENANT)



                                                                     4' GREASE WASTE STUB
                                                                     BY LANDLORD
                                                                     (FOR FOOD TENANTS ONLY)


                         TYPICAL TENANT PLUMBING RISER . NO SCALE

Notes:

         All domestic hot and cold water piping within Tenant space to be insulated with 1" thick fiber-
         glass all service jacket type wrap around insulation.

         All sanitary pipes to be cast iron, or PVC. If PVC is used above ceilings it must be installed with
         ½” fiberglass light density pipe insulation with all service jacket with flame spread and smoke
         developed rating per UL of 25/50.

         All domestics water piping to be type “L” copper tubing

         All tenants located above other lower level spaces must provide a waterproof membrane under
         finish floor and turn up 4" on each wall at plumbing areas within space.

         Tenant is to provide and install a backflow preventer.

         All Tenant water heaters shall have relief and tank drain piped to floor drain.

         All toilets must be flush tank operated.
         Provide remote water meters to be reading gallons.




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PLUMBING DETAILS                                  TYPICAL TENANT PLUMBING DETAIL


            SEAL AROUND SLEEVE WITH
            WATER TIGHT SEALANT
                                                         CAULK WITH FIREPROOF
            WELDED RETENTION CLIPS, 2                    NON-ASBESTOS ROPE AND
            MINIMUM (BY TENANT)                          FIRESTOP (BY TENANT PER
                                                         CODE)
            FINISH FLOOR (BY TENANT).
            PROVIDE LIQUID WATER
            PROOFING 2'-0" DIA. MIN.
            REQUIRED AROUND OPENING
            (BY TENANT)




                                                         EXISTING FLOOR SLAB

                                                         SCHEDULE 40 STEEL SLEEVE
                                                         (BY TENANT)

                                                         PIPE (BY TENANT)




                             FLOOR PIPE PENETRATION . NO SCALE

                                                             FLOOR DRAIN (BY TENANT)


                                                             GROUT (BY TENANT)
       CERAMIC TILE OR QUARRY
       TILE WITH THINSET GROUT
       (BY TENANT)                                           MEMBRANE WATER PROOFING
                                                             (BY TENANT)




                                                             EXISTING FLOOR SLAB
       CORE HOLE THROUGH EXISTING
       SLAB. PROVIDE RECESS FOR                              LEAD OR MEMBRANE
       FLANGE AND GROUT IN PLACE                             FLASHING (BY TENANT)
       (BY TENANT)
       (SUPPORT FRAMING BY TENANT)                           CAULK AROUND DRAIN WITH
                                                             WATER PROOF SEALANT (BY
                                                             TENANT)


                            FLOOR DRAIN PENETRATION . NO SCALE




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FIRE PROTECTION                                                                           ALL TENANTS

The following is a list of minimum design information required to expedite plan approval by the Landlord.
It is not intended to be a complete listing of all requirements, but should serve as a minimum check list to
be used by the Tenant’s design consultants to complete the construction documents.

We urge you to read this manual in its entirety in order to fully understand the requirements needed to
generate your construction documents.

Consult the lease agreement for further information regarding changes to the sprinkler system.

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

The Landlord has designed and installed a fire protection system (sprinkler system). Provided at each
leased premises is a blind flange. All Tenants must comply with NFPA guidelines, the Texas State and
Local Codes and Landlord’s insurance underwriters.

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Tenants Responsibilities:

Tenant shall provide a complete sprinkler system from the landlord’s blind flange (supply stub-out)
within the lease premises, including but not limited to, all necessary labor, piping, sprinkler heads,
cover, etc. for the satisfactory operation of a sprinkler system. In most cases sprinkler system exists,
Tenant to field verify this condition. Any modifications to an existing sprinkler grid system are the
responsibility of the Tenant.

     •   Tenant must provide the approved insurance plans to the Mall Operations Manager prior to
         making any sprinkler modifications.
     •   Sprinkler plans must be signed and sealed by registered Fire Protection Engineer.
     •   Provide sprinkler coverage at exit alcove and storefront entry.
     •   Sprinkler heads is gypsum board or hard ceilings are to be concealed type with cover to match.
         Sprinkler heads in acoustical ceilings are to be semi recessed of concealed type only.
     •   In MEP zone A, no combustible materials are allowed above the Tenant ceiling.
     •   In MEP zone A, all Tenants are required to provide a ceiling in their stockrooms due to smoke
         evacuation system.
     •   Tenant Architect shall contact the Mall Operation Manager for additional requirements.




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