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									   00000000                                                                                                                   Project Name


                                             PROJECT DATA
                  Mark all that apply:    Fill in any blanks:___  Select any options: ie., Rubber / Vinyl Base
Keep a copy of this form in the Project Handbook, and return this completed form and a copy of the Project's Players
List to Patsy Gallup. Revise as changes are made, and submit changes to Patsy.
                                                                             ASAP                              BEFORE ______________
Please submit an Architectural Check Set of the Drawings to Patsy Gallup no later than two (2) weeks prior to
"Document Date."
Provided courtesy of PSA-Dewberry                                                www.psadewberry.com

                 LEGAL Name of Project:
                                                         (Project Name as shown on Drawings)

              Project Location/ADDRESS:

                                                     PSAD Project Number:

                                                           Document Date:                                      (date printed on Drawings)

                                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                          OWNER INFORMATION & PROJECT TEAM INFORMATION
                                             (ATTACH THE TEAM PLAYER'S LIST)
                                             ADMINISTRATIVE DOCUMENTS INFORMATION
                                                      PROJECT BID INFORMATION
                                                         GENERAL DESIGN DATA
                                                             CODE ANALYSIS
                                                  PROJECT MANUAL SPECIFICATIONS
                                          Organized according to CSI Masterformat 2004, as follows
                                                                 Division 1 - General Requirements
                                                                 Division 2 - Existing Conditions
                                                                 Division 3 - Concrete
                                                                 Division 4 - Masonry
                                                                 Division 5 - Metals
                                                                 Division 6 - Wood, Plastic, and Composites
                                                                 Division 7 - Thermal and Moisture Protection
                                                                 Division 8 - Openings
                                                                 Division 9 - Finishes
                                                                Division 10 - Specialties
                                                                Division 11 - Equipment
                                                                Division 12 - Furnishings
                                                                Division 13 - Special Construction
                                                                Division 14 - Conveying Systems
                                                                Division 21 - Fire Suppression
                                                                Division 22 - Plumbing
                                                                Division 23 - Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
                                                                Division 26 - Electrical
                                                                Division 27 - Communications
                                                                Division 28 - Electronic Safety and Security
                                                                Division 31 - Earthwork
                                                                Division 32 - Exterior Improvements
                                                                Division 33 - Utilities

          PREPARED BY:

          REVIEWED BY:

          DATE PREPARED:                                                       DATE DISTRIBUTED:

          DISTRIBUTED TO:




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         00000000                                                                                                                            Project Name


                             ADMINISTRATIVE DOCUMENTS
                                    INFORMATION
r   Administrative (Front End) Documents:            PSAD provided                      Owner provided                       
r              If Owner provided, will PSAD assist in development of docs.?              Yes                                   No
                PSA-Dewberry docs.                  TCC docs.                          Tulsa Public Schools docs.            Union Public Schools docs.
                OK Central Services docs.           Tulsa Parks Dept. docs.            OSU docs.                            
r              Governing Laws and Regulations:                                           Oklahoma ____________________________________

r   Owner is a Public / Private Organization.        Construction Management            Design/Build                          Owner is own contractor
                Open (Public) Bid                   Negotiated Contract                Invited (Private) Bid

            Instructions to Bidders:                Select Contractor List             Select Subcontractor List            

    Remarks:




r Verify the following with Owner:
r   CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT:
                General Conditions:                 AIA A201, 1997                     AIA A201, 2007                       
                Supplementary Conditions:           Sales Tax Exempt                   Wage Rates required                              (Document 00 7301.97)
r   Application for payment submittal date:          16th day of the month, or         
r              Property Insurance (Builders' Risk):
                Owner does not carry; Contractor provides. (00 7301.97)
                Owner carries; $ ____________ deductible (Typical on existing buildings). (00 7301.97)
r              Quality Assurance (Testing Services):                                                                                                  (Division 1)
                Owner shall employ and pay for services of an Independent Testing Laboratory (ICC required).                   By Allowance
                Contractor shall employ and pay for services of an Independent Testing Laboratory (Typical).

r   GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
                Stipulated Sum Contract (Lump Sum)                                      Multiple Bid Contracts (Construction Management)
                Multiple Bid Packages (Fast-Track/Design-Build)                         Owner Furnished Products (list below or attach)
                Owner Occupancy                                                         Designed for Future Expansion
                Testing Lab: Costs paid by Owner / Contractor                           Unit Prices (list below or attach)

    Remarks:




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         00000000                                                                                                                      Project Name


                                 PROJECT BID INFORMATION
r BIDDING REQUIREMENTS (Return this page to Specifier, toward end of document production):
r   Issue Date (Documents Available):                   Date: _______________             Time: _______________

r                                       Address:

r   Pre-Bid Meeting:                                    Date: _______________             Time: _______________

r                                       Address:

r   Receive Bids: Public / Private                      Date: _______________             Time: _______________

r                                       Address:

r                               Bids received by:

r   Construction Completion Date:
              or
r   Construction Completion Days:

r   Liquidated Damages:                             $                                                           Bonus:   $

r   Plan Deposit:                                   $                                     Per # ___________ Set(s)

r   Pre-Qualified Bidders: Yes / No                     5% Bid Security (Bid Bond): Yes / No

r   Documents to Plan Rooms: Yes / No                   Dodge Reports / SW Const. News / Bid News / other

r
r   Advertisement for Bids:                          DDG Issue                         Owner Issue
               Issue 21 days prior to bid           Issue 14 days prior to bid        Issue to Tulsa Daily Comm.       Issue to Tulsa World

r   Contract Documents to be furnished to Contractor: 5 sets / 10 sets / 25 sets / _______ sets (00 7301.97)




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         00000000                                                                                                                     Project Name


                                         GENERAL DESIGN DATA
r   SCOPE OF WORK (Insert Brief Description):



r   EXISTING (SPECIAL) CONDITIONS:



r   ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST:                    $

r   BUDGET:  Tight, seek out opportunities to reduce costs.
               Adequate for scope and quality required.
               Quality and scope not limited by available funds.

r   ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONING:                     Heating required.                Cooling required.                  LEEDS required.

r   WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS:                              Heating _________ years.          Cooling _________ years.
                                                        All other work: One year.

r   DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: The following documents have been prepared for this project:
            Program:                      In Project Handbook             Available from _____________________
            Soils Report:                 In Project Handbook             On Order.                     PSAD / Owner to obtain.
            Photographs:                  On Server                       Available from _____________________
            Exist. Const. Drawings        In File Drawer __________       Available from _____________________
            Schematic Design Dwgs.        In File Drawer __________       Available from _____________________
            Design Development Dwgs.      In File Drawer __________       Available from _____________________

r   SPECIAL TECHNICAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIRMENTS:



r   COLOR SELECTIONS:                               Include in Project Manual        Issue / Select after execution of Contract.
                                                    Include Exterior colors          Include Interior colors

r   LIFE EXPECTANCY OF BUILDING:                    permanent (50+years)             long term (20+years)              
                                                    short term (-10 years)           temporary (-5 years)

r   LIFE EXPECTANCY OF INTERIORS:                   permanent (50+years)             long term (20+years)              
                                                    short term (-10 years)           temporary (-5 years)




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             00000000                                                                                                                             Project Name


                                                            CODE ANALYSIS
                                                                 (Date and Initial each Item upon Completion)


    Initial/Date


r                  Building Codes:                         2006 IBC                          2003 IBC                              
                                                           2006 ICC Mechanical               2003 ICC Mechanical                    _____ ICC Plumbing
                                                           2006 ICC Electrical               2003 ICC Electrical                    _____ NFPA Life Safety

                                                                                                Initial/Date


r                  Zoning Ordinance:                                                            _______ Area of Site:

r                  Zoning District:                                                             _______ Seismic Zone:

r                  Construction Type:                                                           _______ Use Group:

r                  Other Agency Standards or Approvals Required:



                                                            Maximum Allowable                   Actual

r                  Gross Building Area:

r                  Building Floor Ratio (FAR):

r                  Coverage:

r                  Height:

r                  Fire-Resistance Rating Requirements for Building Elements: Table 601, I.C.C.

r                                     Structural Frame:                                                 Nonbearing Interior Walls:

r                  Bearing Walls: Interior (Exterior)                                                          Floor Construction:

r                        Nonbearing Exterior Walls:                                                            Roof Construction:

r                  Parking Requirements:

r                  Design Population:                       Total: _____________                Percent Male to Female:

r                  Age and Special Considerations:

    Remarks:

r   STRUCTURAL DESIGN LOADS (Check with Structural Engineer) - Date and Initial each item upon completion:

r                  Dead Loads (as determined by construction):

r                  Live Loads (as required by building code):

r                  Wind Load:

r                  Roof Load:

r                  Special Load Considerations:




                                                                               Page 5 of 21
        00000000                                                                                                                            Project Name


                                                       PROJECT MANUAL
                                                          DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
r   01 0000    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

r              Contractor's use of job site:            Complete and exclusive          Limited                            Future work
                                                        Phased construction: ___ shown on Drawings, or ___ defined in Project Manual

r              Submittals:                              Substitutions prior to bid.      NO Substitutions after bid.      Substitutions after bid, ONLY
                                                        NO SUBSTITUTIONS.                 (Not Recommended)                 (Not Recommended)

r              Construction Facilities and Temporary Controls.

r                 Temporary Utilities:                  Available at Site                Contractor to provide.
                                                         Cost Paid by:                    Owner                            Contractor

r                 Traffic Regulations:
                                                        Yes                              No
                  Project Identification and
r                 other construction Signs:             Standard PSA-Dewberry sign       Other __________________

r              SPECIAL PROJECT PROCEDURES
                Airport project procedures   Detention project procedures               Hazardous material project procedures
                Hospital project procedures  Industrial project procedures              Other __________________

r   01 2100    ALLOWANCES

r              Cash Allowances For:                     products                         inspection/testing               contingency
                                                        lump sum                         unit price                      

                                         List items:

r   01 2300    ALTERNATES (Write below or attach alternate descriptions separately)

r                  Alternate #1 (ADD / DEDUCT):

r                  Alternate #2 (ADD / DEDUCT):

r                  Alternate #3 (ADD / DEDUCT):

r                  Alternate #4 (ADD / DEDUCT):

r   01 2200    UNIT PRICES (Write below or attach alternates)
                drilled piers                   pier casings                            rock excavation                 




                                                             DIVISION 2 - EXISTING CONDITIONS
r   02 4116    DEMOLITION

                Complete Building Demolition:
                Minor Demolition for Remodeling (01 7329)                                Selective Structural Demolition  Shoring and Underpinning

                Salvage items (retained by Owner):
                Concrete Removal:

                Asbestos / Lead Paint Removal:

    Remarks:




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        00000000                                                                                                                         Project Name

r                                                                 DIVISION 3 - CONCRETE
r   03 0130   CONCRETE REHABILITATION / RESURFACING _____________________________________________________________________

r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r   03 3000   CONCRETE WORK                       BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER              (Forward this part to engineer)

r             Locations:                             floors                             shear walls                       foundation walls
                                                     building frame                     slabs on grade                    supported slabs
                                                     curbs                              steel pan stairs                  footings
                                                     equipment pads                     reinforced masonry             
r             Type:                                  structural:                        normal weight                     lightweight roof deck (03521)
                                                     architectural:                     normal weight                     lightweight
r             Concrete Materials:                    Portland cement
r             Cement Type:                           I-normal                           II-moderate                     III-high early strength
                                                     V-sulfate resistant
r             Aggregates:                            normal weight                      lightweight
r             Admixtures:                            air entraining                     water-reducing                  retarding
                                                     accelerating                       high range water-reducing
r             Concrete Mix:                          4000 psi 28-day compressive strength                                normal weight
                                                     3000 psi 28-day compressive strength                                lightweight
                                                     2500 psi 28-day compressive strength
                                                     95-110 pcf 28-day dry unit weight

r             Concrete Finishing:
               Slabs:                               float                               trowel                         non-slip broom
                                                     slip resistant coating              clear sealer                   color sealer
                                                     scratch                             chemical hardener              stained / integral color
               Formed Surfaces:                     rough form                          grout cleaned
                                                     smooth form                         smooth rubbed                 
               Curing:                              wet curing                          curing compound
               Special Finishes:                    abrasive blast                      bushhammer                     scrubbed
                                                     grooved                             exposed aggregate             

r             Related Materials:
               Anchors and Inserts:                 dovetail anchor slots             flashing reglets                 sleeves
               Expansion and Contraction Joints:
               Waterstops:                          rubber                            flat                             centerbulb
                                                     bentonite                         PVC                              dumbbell
               Bonding Agent
               Vapor Retarder below slab:           30-mil reinforced membrane        15-mil geomembrane               10-mil reinforced poly
               Non-shrink Grout                     Concrete Topping                  Specially Placed Concrete
               Post-Tensioned Concrete:             snap-off ties                     removable ties

r   03 3200   CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT                 BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER           (Forward this part to engineer)
               Reinforcing Steel:                   Grade 40                           deformed                        billet steel bars
                                                     Grade 60                           plain
                                                     plain finish                       galvanized                      epoxy coated
               Welded Wire Fabric:                  2x2                                4x4                             6x6
                                                     plain finish                       galvanized                      epoxy coated

r   03 4100   PRECAST CONCRETE                    BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER              (Forward this part to engineer)
r             Structural Precast Concrete:        hollow core planks                    double-T slabs                  single-T slabs
                                                  framing members                       lift-slab                      
r             Architectural Precast Concrete:     plant-cast units                      wall panels / tilt-up panels
                 Cement:                          white                                 Buff
                                                  gray                                  pigment                        
                                                   Aggregate:                            normal weight                   lightweight
                 Surface:                         abrasive blast                        bushhammer                      smooth
                 Finish:                          textured surface                      exposed aggregate              

r             Precast Specialties:                parking bumpers                      pavers                           manholes
               columns (GFRC / GFRG)                                                  splash blocks                    vaults

r   03 4713   TILT-UP CONCRETE                    BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER              (Forward this part to engineer)


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        00000000                                                                                                                           Project Name

r   03 5113    CEMENTITIOUS DECKS
               Types:                              wood-fiber deck (03 5113)       lightweight insulating concrete (03 5216)
                                                   floor toppings (03 5300)        cement-based underlayment (03 5416)

    Remarks:




r                                                                DIVISION 4 - MASONRY
r   04 0100    MASONRY/STONE RESTORATION AND CLEANING
                Cleaning:                detergent                                high pressure steam             sand blasting
                                          high pressure cold water                 chemical and high pressure steam
                Restoration:             cleaning                                 rebuilding                      tuck-pointing

r   04 2000    UNIT MASONRY                          BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER (Forward this part to engineer for load-bearing masonry)
                Brick:                              veneer                              single wythe          multiple wythe
                                                     cavity wall
                  Size:                              standard modular size               Oversize (King)       non-modular size ________
                  Type:                              FSB - normal size and color variation
                                                     FBX - minimum range of size and color variations
                                                     FAB - wide range of size and color variations
                  Manufactured By:
                  Texture and color:

                Concrete Brick:
                 Size, Type and Manufacturer:

                Concrete Masonry Units:             cavity wall                      single wythe                      multiple wythe
                                                     hollow core                      solid core                        loadbearing
                                                     standard                         lightweight
                  Nominal thickness:                 4 inches                         6 inches                          8 inches
                                                     10 inches                        12 inches
                 Face Size:                          8 x 16 inches                    8 x 8 inches                      Special shapes
                 Type and Manufacturer:                                            by
                Decorative CMU: Type and
                 Manufacturer:                                                     by
                Prefaced CMU: Type and
                 Manufacturer:                                                     by
                Shop Drawings:                    re-bar shops
                Samples:                          Brick                           CMU

r              Mortar Color:                     gray (natural)                       white                              
                 Mortar type:                    Type M                               Type S
                                                 Type N                               Type O                                Pointing
                Concrete for Bond beams and engineered masonry:                       3000 psi                           
                Reinforcement and Anchorages:                                         Re-Bar                                Horizontal Joint Reinforcing
                                                                                       Individual Wire                       Dovetail Slots
                Horizontal Reinforcing:             truss                            ladder (for reinforced cavity walls)
                Anchors and Ties:                   Bolts                            Rods
                                                     straps                           bars
                Insulation:                         Loose Granular                   Extruded Polystyrene Board         
                Thru-Wall Flashing:                 Plastic                          Copper/Kraft paper                    Copper
                                                     Stainless                        Lead/Kraft                         

                Glass Block (04 2300):
r              Accessories:                          Control Joints                   Joint filler                      Cavity Vents
                                                     Expansion Joints             
                Laying Brick:                       Running Bond                     Stacked Bond                   
                 Joints:                             Tooled                           Raked                           Flush
                Laying Block:                       Running Bond                     Stacked Bond                   
                 Joints:                             Tooled                           Raked                           Flush
                Lintels:                            Steel angle                      Bond-beam type                 
                Reinforcing Steel for               Bond Beams                       Lintels                         Reinforced masonry walls
                Dampproofing (Cavity Parging):      Mortar parging                   Dampproofing parging (07 1113)



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r   04 4300    STONE
                Cast Stone (04 7200):
                Marble (04 4300): Color/type:                                                                            Thickness: _________ inch
                Limestone (04 4300): Color:         Grey                                 buff
                 Grade:                              Standard                             select
                 Finish:                             Smooth                               textured                      Thickness: _________ inch
                Granite (04 4300): Finish:          polished                             honed                          thermal
                 Color/type:                                                                                              Thickness: _________ inch
                Stone Veneer (04 4200):
                Slate (04 4300):                  sand rubbed                          honed                            natural cleft
                                                                                                                          Thickness: _________ inch

    Remarks:




r                                                                   DIVISION 5 - METALS

r              Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                   Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r   05 1200    STRUCTURAL METAL FRAMING            BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER              (Forward this part to engineer)

                Structural Steel (05120):           36 ksi yield stress                  50 ksi yield stress
                                                     anchors                              bases                            bearing plates
                                                     beams                                purlins                          girders
                                                     girts                                trusses                          bracing
                                                     brackets                             columns                          struts
                                                     hangers                              tie, hanger and sag rods

                Steel Joists (05 2100):           Floor                                Roof
                 Type:                             open web steel joists                longspan steel joists            deep longspan steel joists
                                                     - H series                            - LH series                       - DLH series

                Steel Floor Deck (05 3100):       18 gage                              16 gage                         ________ inch deep profile
                                                   for composite construction           cellular type
                  Finish:                          Primer                               Galvanized                       Oiled

                Steel Roof Decking (05 3100):     22 gage                              20 gage
                                                   18 gage                              16 gage                         ________ inch deep profile
                  Finish:                          Primed                               Painted                          Galvanized

                Form Deck (05 3100):               26 gage                             ________ gage                   ________ inch deep profile
                Submittals: Shops for deck layout
                Fireproofing required by Code:      If Yes, see Section 07250           Yes                              No

                PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDING (See Division 13)

r   05 4000    COLD-FORM METAL FRAMING             BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER              (Forward this part to engineer)
                Loadbearing Metal Studs           Metal Joists                          Metal Trusses

r   05 5000    METAL FABRICATIONS
                ladders                             lintels                          shelf angles                       floor plate
                thresholds                          nosings                          stairs                             treads
                pipe railings                       gratings                         wheel guards                       bollards
                Sheet Metal Enclosures              Heating-Cooling Unit Enclosures

r   05 7000    DECORATIVE METAL
                spiral stairs                     handrails and railings
                 Material:                         stainless steel                      Bronze                           Glass
                                                   steel                                aluminum                        

    Remarks:




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        00000000                                                                                                                          Project Name

r                                                 DIVISION 6 - WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES
r   06 1053    MISCELLANEOUS CARPENTRY

                WOOD FRAMING (06 1000)              HEAVY TIMBER FRAMING (06 1323)
                wood furring                        sleepers                   wood grounds, nailers, and blocking
                wood sheathing ( roof / wall )      subflooring                underlayment

r   06 1753    PREFABRICATED STRUCTURAL WOOD
                Glued - Laminated Construction (06 1800):                              columns                          arches
                Prefabricated Wood Beams and Joists                                    beams                            decking (06 1500)
                Wood Trusses (06 1753)

r   06 2000    FINISH CARPENTRY (For small projects w/no cabinets)                      Exterior                         Interior
                Countertops/Vanities               cabinets (Section 06 4013)         wall shelving                    closet hanger bars
                Paneling:
                stairs                             balustrades                        handrails
                Exterior Standing and running trim:

r   06 2023    INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK
                 Shop-Built Cabinets:                 wood cabinets                   plastic laminate cabinets        wood grain plam
                 site-finished (Section 09 9123)      shop-finished                   plastic laminate countertops     solid surface countertops
                 Paneling:
                 Shop-Built:                          wood stairs                     balustrades                      wood handrails
                 Interior Standing and running trim:                                   wood bases                       moldings
                 Fabric-wrapped tackboards            Other accessories:
                 Cabinet hardware finish:                                              window sills                     wood door frames

    Remarks:




r                                              DIVISION 7 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION
r   07 1113    DAMPPROOFING:
                Bituminous                           Locations:                        Foundation Walls                 Retaining Walls
                Protection Board                    Drainage Board

                Water Repellent Coatings for the following (07 1900):                  exterior                         interior
                 Surfaces:                          concrete                           aggregate
                                                    unit masonry                       stone

r   07 1353    WATERPROOFING:
                 Locations:                            Below Grade Walls                   Floors                       Elevator Pit
                Sheet Membrane:                       elastomeric                         bituminous
                Fluid Applied:                        hot rubberized-asphalt              elastomeric 1 component      elastomeric 2 component
                Bentonite (CETCO)                     Drainage Board (Aquadrain)          Protection Board

r   07 1800    TRAFFIC COATINGS

r   07 2100    INSULATION
                  R-Value, Walls:                      19                                  13                           11
                  R-Value, Ceiling/Roof:               20                                  30                           11
                  R-Value, Foundation wall:            5                                   8                            10
                 Batt / Blanket:                      fire-rated                          non-fire rated               unfaced
                                                       kraft paper facing                  reflective vapor barrier     poly-encapsulated
                Board:                                perimeter; _____ inches             Cavity Wall; _____ inches     Perimeter; _____ inches
                                                       extruded polystyrene                expanded polystyrene         glass fiber
                                                       polyisocyanurate               
                  Foamed / Blown-In-Place:
                  Loose Fill (CMU):               mineral fiber                       perlite                          vermiculite; R = ______
                  Roof Deck Insulation (See Roofing Section):
                  Acoustical Insulation:          Sound Blankets (09 2900)                 STC: _________
                                                   Fire Blankets (09 2900)

r   07 2400    EXTERIOR INSULATION AND FINISH SYSTEM (EIFS)                             Class PB (07 2413)               Class PM (07 2416)
                air barrier over sheathing  drip screeds                              drainable system                 channeled insulation


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r   07 2726   VAPOR AND AIR RETARDERS             wall                                 floor                             roof

r   07 3113   SHINGLES AND ROOFING TILES
               Shingles:                         asphalt (07 3113)                    fiberglass (07 3113)              metal (07 3116)
                                                  mineral fiber-cement                 slate (07 3126)                   wood (07 3129)
               Roofing Tiles (07 3200):          clay / mineral fiber-cement          concrete                          metal

r   07 4600   PREFORMED ROOFING AND SIDING
               Preformed roof panels (07 4113):    Preformed wall panels (07 4213)      insulated                         metal faced
               Preformed Metal Roofing:            copper                               prefinished galvanized steel      galvanized steel
                                                    terne coated steel                   aluminum                          stainless steel
                Seam Type:                          flat                                 standing                          batten
                Snow Guards:                        pyramid clear type                   seam mounted rods                 seam mounted color bar

               Composite building panels:        aggregate coated                     porcelain enameled               

               Siding (07 4600):                 aluminum                             composition                       mineral fiber-cement
                                                  plastic                              plywood                           vinyl

r   07 5300   MEMBRANE ROOFING
               Built-Up Bituminous Roofing:        asphalt (07 5113)                    coal tar (07 5116)              pedestal roof pavers
                Felts:                              organic                              glass-fiber
                                                    3 ply                                4 ply
                 Substrate:                         insulation                           lightweight fill
                                                    nailable                             non-nailable
                 Surfacing:                         smooth                               gravel

               Elastomeric Sheet Roofing:        fully adhered                        loose laid / ballasted            mechanically attached
                                                  EPDM (07 5323)                       butyl                             PVC (07 5419)
                                                  neoprene                             synthetic rubber

               Protected Membrane Roofing:                                             bituminous                        elastomeric

               SBS - Modified Bitumen System:                                            SBS (07 5216)                     APP (07 5213)
               Insulation:                         extruded polystyrene                 expanded polystyrene              polyisocyanurate
                                                    rigid glass-fiber                    expanded perlite board            tapered insulation
                                                    cellular glass                       urethane                          composite boards
               Bond (years):                       2                                    5                                 10
               Warranty:                           5 Years                              10 Years                          15 Years
                                                    20 Years                             No Dollar Limit (NDL)

r   07 6200   SHEET METAL FLASHING AND TRIM
               Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim:      galvanized steel                     aluminum                        lead-coated copper
                                                    stainless steel                      copper                          lead
                Finish:                             prefinished (Kynar)                  shop prime & field paint       
                Types:                              counterflashing                      base flashing                   thru-wall flashing
               expansion joint flashing            valley flashing                      gutters
               trim                                scuppers                             downspouts                      fascias
               diverters                           pitch pans                           roof splash pans                gravel stops
                                                    shower pans                                                         
               Flexible Flashing:                  laminated sheet                      membrane                       

r   07 7100   ROOF SPECIALTIES AND ACCESSORIES
               Manuf. Roof Special's (07 7129):  expansion joints                     gravel stops and fascias          copings

               Roof Accessories (07 7200):       prefabricated curbs                  Roof Scuttle with Safety Post
                                                  gravity ventilators                  smoke vents
                 Finish:                          prefinished (Kynar)                  shop prime & field paint         

r   07 8100   FIREPROOFING
               Sprayed-on Type:                  cementitious                         mineral fiber                     intumescent coating

               Through-penetration firestop systems (07 8413):                         Fire-resistive joint systems (07 8446)

r   07 9200   JOINT SEALANTS
               Sealant and Calking:              silicone                             polysulfide 2 part                polyurethane 2 part
                                                  acrylic                              polysulfide 1 part                polyurethane 1 part
                                                  butyl                                oil and resin based calking       bituminous calking



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r   07 9500    EXPANSION CONTROL
                Expansion Joint Covers:             floor-to-floor                   floor-to-wall                        wall-to-wall
                                                     wall-to-ceiling                  wall-to-roof                         roof-to-roof
                                                     ceiling-to-ceiling               exterior wall-to-wall

    Remarks:




r                                                                   DIVISION 8 - OPENINGS
r   08 1113    STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES                  Custom Doors (08 1114)
                Exterior Doors                        Interior Doors                     Steel Doors: flush; 1-3/4 inch thick; typical
                galvanized                            fire-rated                         thermal                            sound rated
                Steel Frames:                         welded                             knockdown                          drywall type
                Borrowed lites / side lites           Fire-rated                         thermal                            sound rated

r   08 1416    WOOD AND PLASTIC DOORS
                Exterior Doors                      Interior Doors                   Special Custom Doors                 Sliding Glass Doors (08 3219)
                Wood Doors:                           flush (08 1416)                    1-3/4 inch thick                 Stained: factory / field
                                                       stile and rail (08212)             1-3/8 inch thick                 Painted: factory / field
                  Core:                                solid                              hollow                           fire-rated
                                                       thermal                            sound rated _____ STC

                Face veneer:

                Plastic Laminated Doors:

r   08 3113    SPECIAL DOORS
                Access Doors (08 3113):             fire-rated                       non-fire-rated                       lockable

                Coiling Doors / Grilles :             overhead coiling                   side coiling
                 (08 3323 / 08 3326)                   galvanized steel                   aluminum
                                                       cylinder lock                      thumbturn
                  Operation:                           manual                             electric                         fire-rated (fusible link)

                Coiling Counter Doors (08 3323):    overhead coiling                 side coiling
                                                     galvanized steel                 aluminum
                                                     slide bolt                       thumbturn                            cylinder lock
                  Operation:                         manual                           electric                             fire-rated (fusible link)

                Folding Doors (08351):              fabric                           vinyl                                wood
                                                     acoustical                       STC: __________

                Sectional OHD Doors (08361):          manual: chain / crank              electric
                 Construction:                         flush wood                         ribbed steel                     flush steel
                                                       aluminum panel                     translucent fiberglass           wood panel
                weather-stripped                      insulated                          cylinder lock                    thumbturn

r   08 4113    ENTRANCES AND STOREFRONTS

r               Aluminum Entrances and Storefronts (08 4113):
                 System:                                                              by
                                                       flush                          applied stop                         thermal-break
                 Door stile and rail:                  narrow                         medium                               wide
                single glazing for storefronts; single for doors                        Glazing: Tempered
                double glazing for storefronts; single for doors
                 Finish:                               clear                          bronze                               color_____________

                All Glass Entrances (08 4126):

                Automatic Entrance Doors (08 4229):                                   sliding                              swinging

                Revolving Entrance Doors (08 4233):

r   08 4413    GLAZED CURTAIN WALLS
                steel                               aluminum                         translucent plastic                  structural glass
                Sloped Glazing Systems:


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r   08 5000    WINDOWS
                Steel Windows (08 5123):              thermal-break                        weather-stripped
                           roll-formed                 fixed                                sliding                    pivoted
                                                       casement                             hopper                     awning
                                                       single-hung                          double-hung
                                                       combination of                                                  and
               Glazing:                                single                             double                       Low-E
               Finish:                                 galvanized                         primed                       baked enamel

                Alum. Windows (08 5113):              thermal-break                        weather-stripped
                           extruded                    fixed                                sliding                    pivoted
                                                       casement                             hopper                     awning
                                                       single-hung                          double-hung
                                                       combination of                                                  and
               Glazing:                                single                             double                       Low-E
               Finish:                                 clear                              bronze                       color anodized ________

r   08 5200    WOOD AND PLASTIC WINDOWS                Wood Windows (08 5200)               Vinyl Windows (08 5313)
                                                       operable                             fixed
                double-hung                           casement                             sliding                    pivoted
                single-hung                           hopper                               awning

                                                       combination of                                                  and
               Glazing:                                single                               double                     Low-E
               Finish:                                 clear                                primed                     plastic clad
                                                       metal clad exterior; clear interior

r   08 6200    SKYLIGHTS
                Unit Skylights (08 6200):           domed                                pyramid                      vaulted

                Metal-Frame Skylights (08 6300):    lean-to                              operable                     ridge
                Translucent Sandwich Panels (Kalwall):

r   08 7100    DOOR HARDWARE                           BY HARDWARE CONSULTANT (forward this information to consultant)
               Keying:                                 masterkey                       grandmaster key to existing
                                                       key control system and cabinet
               Hinges:                                 Pivot Hinges                    Butt Hinges
                Lock/Latch Sets:                      bored                           mortise                      integral
                                                       levers                          knobs                        pre-assembled
                Bolts
                Exit Devices:                         rim                                  mortise                    vertical rod
                Push/Pull Units:                      Closers                              Holders                    Magnetic Hold-opens
                Stops:                                wall                                 floor
                Mop/Kick Plates:                      metal                                plastic
               Finish:                                 satin chromium plated                bright stainless steel     satin stainless steel
                bright brass                          oil rubbed bronze                    satin brass                bright chromium plated

r   08 8000    GLAZING (Issue glazing types as indicated on Drawings to Specifier)
                Wired:                           Diamond mesh                     square mesh                         Fire-lite
                Tempered and Heat-strengthened:                                    clear                               bronze / gray tinted
                Coated Glasses:
                Spandrel: Color:                                                                                        with laminated insulation
                Metallic Coated:                 two-way mirrors                  solar glass                         reflective
                High Performance Glass:          Low E
                Laminated glass:
                Insulating glass:
                Mirror glass (08 8300):
                Glazing Plastics:

r   08 9000    LOUVERS AND VENTS                     BY MECHANICAL CONSULTANT
                Metal Wall Louvers:
                Equipment Enclosures:
                Door Louvers (Door Sections)
                Metal Vents:                        wall                                 soffit

    Remarks:


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r                                                                  DIVISION 9 - FINISHES
r   09 2300   PLASTERING                            ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Lathing:                            gypsum                      metal
               Plaster:                            gypsum (09 2300)            Portland cement (09 2400)  Gypsum Veneer (09 2613)

r   09 2900   GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES                 ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Metal Studs (09 2216):                1-5/8 inch                  2-1/2 inches               3-1/2 inches
               C-H Studs (09 2116.23)                3-5/8 inches                4 inches                   6 inches
               Gypsum Board:                         1/2 inch                    5/8 inch                   1 inch shaft wallbd (09 2116.23)
               fire rated ( 2hr / 1hr assembly)      moisture-resistant          cement backerboard         sheathing (glass-mat)
               Acoustical Insulation

r   09 3000   TILING                                  ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Ceramic Tile:                         wall                        base                       wainscot ________ height
               4-1/4 x 4-1/4                         2x2                         6x6                        12 x 12
               glazed                                unglazed                    Marble thresholds          18 x 18
               Exterior Accent Tile:
               Ceramic Mosaic:                       1x1                                2x2                            
                                                      floor                              base                           
               Quarry Tile:                          6x6                                8x8                            
                                                      floor                              base                           
               Porcelain Tile:
               Setting Method:                       Floors:                            thinset                         mortar bed
                                                      Walls:                             thinset                         thickset
               Shower Walls / Tub Surround:          thinset ceramic tile               Prefab. Fiberglass / shower compartment (10 2116)
               Shower Floors:                        mortar bed ceramic tile w/ shower pan / membrane                    Prefab.Fiberglass / terazzo
               Stone Tiling (09 3033)                Marble Threshold                   Granite Threshold               Polymer Threshold

r   09 6600   TERRAZZO                              ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               cementitious (09 6613)              epoxy (09 6623)             precast tile               special design

r   09 5113   ACOUSTICAL TREATMENT              ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Acoustical Ceilings w/concealed grid (09 5123):
               Suspension System:              exposed (09 5113)           concealed                  fire-rated
                                                15/16                       9/16                      

               Acoust. Lay-In Panels (09 5113):    24 x 48                            24 x 24                           fire-rated
                                                    square edge                        tegular edge                     
               Acoust. Tiles (09 5123): 12 x 12    fire-rated                         match existing                    glued-down

               Metal Linear Ceilings (09 5423):

               Acoustical Wall Treatments (09 8413):
               Acoustical Insulation (09 2900)  above ceiling                         in walls

r   09 6400   WOOD FLOORING                           ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Wood:                                 strip                       stage                      gymnasium
                                                      parquet                     block
               Resilient wood flooring:              strip                       stage
                                                      parquet                     gymnasium

r   09 6340   STONE FLOORING                        ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               flagstone                           marble                      granite                    slate
               unit masonry (brick) flooring:                                   interior                   exterior

r   09 6500   RESILIENT FLOORING                    ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Vinyl Composition Tile (09 6519): 12 x 12

               Sheet Vinyl flooring (09 6516):
               Rubber flooring:
               Stair Treads                     Risers                                  Stringers                         Nosings
               Base: coved / straight           rubber                                  vinyl                             site-formed corners
                                                 4 inches                                6 inches                          factory-formed corners
               Accessories:                     rubber                                  vinyl                             metal

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r   09 6816    CARPETING                         ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                 Pile Fiber: Broadloom           wool                        nylon                      acrylic
                 Pile Face Weight: ________ oz.
                 Installation:                   glue down                   underlay                   carpet pad

                Carpet Tiles (09 6813):

                Wall carpet (09 6816):

r   09 9100    PAINTING                              ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
               Type: Except as otherwise required, typical paint finishes shall be the following:
                latex (P)                           alkyd (P)                               epoxy (EP)     Wood Stain (S)
                multi-color (Zolatone)



r   09 7200    WALLCOVERING                        ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Vinyl Wall Covering:              light                       medium                     heavy duty
                Wall Fabric / Carpet:
                Prefinished panels:

r   09 9600    SPECIAL COATINGS                    ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Glazed Coatings:
                Textured Coatings:
                High Performance Coatings:

    Remarks:




r                                                            DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES
r   10 1100    VISUAL DISPLAY BOARDS               ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Chalkboards                       Markerboards                Tackboards                 Full-wall Tack Surface

r   10 1400    SIGNAGE                             ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Interior / Exterior Signs         Post / Panel Signs (10 1426)  Directories (10 1300)    Display Cases (10 1200)



r   10 1700    TELEPHONE SPECIALTIES               enclosures                    

r   10 2113    COMPARTMENTS AND CUBICLES             ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Toilet Compartments:                headrail braced             floor mounted              ceiling hung
                Urinal screens:                     wall hung                   floor mounted              wedge type
                 Material/Finish:                    porcelain enamel steel      stainless steel            plastic laminate
                                                     solid plastic (HDPE)        marble                     phenolic core
                Shower / dressing compartments

r   10 2213    PARTITIONS
                wire mesh (10 2213)               folding gates                  portable panel - free-standing
                demountable gypsum board          demountable metal              portable panel - floor-to-ceiling

r   10 2226    OPERABLE PARTITIONS                 folding panel (10 2226)        fire-rated panel (10 2226)           accordion folding (10 2226.13)
                electric operation                manual operation               single / paired panels               Acoustically rated _______




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r   10 2800    TOILET AND BATH ACCESSORIES (Issue accessory types as indicated on Drawings to Specifier)
               Types: R is recessed, SR is semi-recessed, PM is partition mounted, SM is surface mounted
                Paper Towel Dispensers: R / SR / SM                                                     Model:
                Waste Receptacles: R / SR / SM                                                          Model:
                Comb. Paper Towel Dispenser/Waste Recept.: R / SR / SM                                  Model:
                Sanitary Napkin Dispenser: R / SR / PM / SM                                             Model:
                Sanitary Napkin Disposal Unit: R / SR / PM / SM                                         Model:
                Toilet Tissue Dispensers: R / SR / PM / SM                                              Model:
                                                  double roll                     single roll                      reserve roll
                Toilet Seat Cover Dispensers: R / SR / PM / SM                                            Model:
                Grab Bars:                       36" length                      42" length                      
                Soap Dispensers: R / SR / PM / SM                                                         Model:
                                                  Recessed                            Surface Mounted                Lav/counter mounted
                Miscellaneous:                   mop holder w/ shelf                 ash urn                        soap dish
                                                  towel bar                           utility hook                   shower seat
                                                  shower rod with…                    hooks                          curtains
                Metal framed mirrors                                                                                  Un-framed mirrors (08814)

r   10 4400    FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES  Cabinets                              Wall mounts                      Hose Cabinets

r   10 5113    LOCKERS                            Metal Lockers                   Wood Lockers                     Benches

r   10 5500    POSTAL SPECIALTIES                 Mail boxes                      Mail chute

r   10 7500    FLAGPOLES                          aluminum                        _____ length                     internal / external halyard

    Remarks:




r                                                             DIVISION 11 - EQUIPMENT
r   11 1200    PARKING CONTROL EQUIPMENT
                parking gates            ticket dispensers                       key and card control units       cashier's booths

r   11 1300    LOADING DOCK EQUIPMENT
                full / edge dock levelers        dock scissor lifts              portable ramps                   shelters
                seals                            dock bumpers                    truck restraints                 strip door curtains

r   11 4000    FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT             BY FOOD SERVICE CONSULT.  Waste Compactors (11 8226)
                Food Storage Equipment:
                Food Preparation Equipment
                Food Cooking Equipment:
                Hood and Ventilation System:
                Food Dispensing Equipment:
                Cleaning and Disposal Equipment:
                Bar and Soda Fountain Equipment:

r   11 3100    RESIDENTIAL APPLIANCES (Issue cut sheets of appliances to Specifier)
                Refrigerator / Freezer       Stove/Range                        Microwave                         Dishwasher

r   11 4700    DARKROOM EQUIPMENT                 BY PHOTOGRAPHIC LAB. CONSULTANT

r   11 5210    PROJECTION SCREENS AND TV MOUNTS
                manual ( wall / ceiling )  electric ( surface / recessed )       front projection screen          rear projection screen
                conference unit            TV mounts ( wall / ceiling )          LCD mounts ( wall / ceiling )

r   11 6140    THEATER AND STAGE EQUIPMENT
                Folding / Port. Stage (11 6123)  Risers (11 6123)                Acoustical Shell Systems
                Stage Curtains (11 6143)         Rigging Systems

r   11 6623    GYMNASIUM AND THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT (Issue cut sheets of equipment to Specifier)
                scoreboards               backstops                      gym dividers                             gymnasium equipment
                Therapy Equipment        




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r   11 7000    HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT

    Remarks:




r                                                                DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS
r   12 3200    MANUFACTURED CASEWORK                    ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                medical                                laboratory                  residential                pharmacy
                educational                            kitchen                     dormitory                  library
                 Face of Cabinets:                      metal                       wood; _________ species    plastic laminate
                 Countertops:                           Stainless steel             Epoxy resin / epoxy sinks  plastic laminate / chem.resist.
                                                        Solid surfacing                                       

r   12 4800    ENTRY MATS                             ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS

                Roll-up Mats:                        Surface / recess mount               Metal Frame             Rubber Frame

                Floor Mats and Frames (12 4813):

                Foot Grilles (12 4816):

r   12 2500    WINDOW TREATMENT                       ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS

                Louvered Blinds:                     horizontal (12 2113)                 1 inch slats            wood
                                                      vertical (12 2116)                   2 inch vanes            3 inch vanes

                Shades (12 2413):                    insulating                           light proof             Solar activated
                                                      Manual operation                     Motor operation        

                Solar Control Film:

                Window Treatment Hardware:

                Draperies and Curtains (12 2200):

r   12 9300    FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES              ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Landscape Partitions and Components:
                Furniture:                           medical                              laboratory              hospital
                                                      dormitory                            pharmacy                educational
                                                      restaurant                           library
                Furniture systems:
                Furniture accessories:               ash receptacles                      desk accessories        lamps
                                                      wall clocks                          waste receptacles       planters

r   12 6100    MULTIPLE SEATING                       ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                Chairs:                              interlocking                stacking                   portable folding

                Auditorium Seating (12 6100):

                Telescoping Stands (12 6600):

    Remarks:




r                                                        DIVISION 13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION

r              Dewberry will be expected to:          Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.          Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                      Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r   13 1100    POOLS
                Swimming Pools                       Hot Tubs                             Aquariums / Ponds       Therapeutic Pools

r   13 2416    SAUNAS



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r   13 2700    VAULTS
                Vault Doors                     Safes                                Security and emergency systems

r   13 3419    METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
                Pre-engineered Buildings        Grandstands and Bleachers            Observatories                 Cable Supported Structures
                Metal Building Systems          Fabric Structures                    Greenhouses                   Portable and Mobile Buildings

r   13 4800    SOUND, VIBRATION AND SEISMIC CONTROL

r   13 4900    RADIATION PROTECTION

    Remarks:




r                                                     DIVISION 14 - CONVEYING SYSTEMS
r   14 1200    DUMBWAITERS                       manually operated                    electric                      hydraulic

r   14 2000    ELEVATORS                         ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS

r               Electric Traction (14 2100):
                 Type:                           passenger                            service                       freight
                 Capacity: _______ lbs.
                 Speed: ______ fpm.
                 Machine:                        geared                               gearless
                 Control:
                 Car Enclosures:                   Size: ________________                finishes: _______________________________________
                 Hoistway Entrances:               Size: ________________                finishes: _______________________________________

                Hydraulic (14 2400):
                 Type:                           passenger                            service                       freight
                 Capacity: _______ lbs.
                 Speed: ______ fpm.
                 Machine:                        geared                               gearless
                 Control:
                 Car Enclosures:                   Size: ________________                finishes: _______________________________________
                 Hoistway Entrances:               Size: ________________                finishes: _______________________________________
                Signal Equipment:

r   14 3000    MOVING STAIRS AND WALKS

                Escalators (14 3100):           24 inches wide                       32 inches wide                 ________ fpm speed
                Heavy-duty                      opaque balustrades                   Transparent balustrades       Exterior
                Moving walks:

r   14 4000    LIFTS                             ISSUE THIS PART TO INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR FINISH SELECTIONS
                People Lifts                    Platform Lifts
                Wheelchair Lifts                Vehicle Lifts

r   14 9100    CHUTES

    Remarks:




r              Dewberry will be expected to:     Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                 Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                                       DIVISION 21 - FIRE SUPPRESSION
           FIRE PROTECTION TYPE
             wet-pipe sprinkler                 dry-pipe sprinkler                   halon sprinkler               standpipe and hose systems




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r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                                              DIVISION 22 - PLUMBING
           PLUMBING TYPE




r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                     DIVISION 23 - HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING
           HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING TYPE



           CONTROLS TYPE




r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                                             DIVISION 26 - ELECTRICAL
           SERVICE AND DISTRIBUTION TYPE



           LIGHTING TYPE




r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                                        DIVISION 27 - COMMUNICATIONS
           COMMUNICATIONS TYPE



           CONTROLS TYPE




r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                             DIVISION 28 - ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
           SECURITY TYPE



           ACCESS CONTROLS




r             Dewberry will be expected to:       Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                   Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                  Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                                            DIVISION 31 - EARTHWORK
r   31 1000   SITE PREPARATION                    BY CIVIL ENGINEER                   (Forward this part to engineer)

               Site Clearing (31 1000)
               Protection of Existing Trees (01 5639)                                  Removal of Trees and Other Vegetation
               Topsoil                             Stripping                          Stockpiling                    Disposal
                                                    Clearing and grubbing
               Remove Above Grade Improvements                                         Remove Below Grade Improvements



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r   31 2000    EARTH MOVING                        BY CIVIL ENGINEER                   (Forward this part to engineer)
                Rough Grading                     Excavation and Backfill               Soil/Lime Stabilization
                Finish Grading                    provide topsoil                       rock removal
                remove surplus material           provide additional fill materials
                Compacting for                    structures                             utilities                       pavement
                Base Course:                      Gravel / pea gravel                    sand                            subsoil
                Slope Protection and Erosion      filter fabrics                         gabions                        
                 Control:                          riprap                                 pavers                         

r   31 3116    TERMITE CONTROL                   Around new construction                Around existing building          Around both

r   31 6200    PIERS / PILES                        BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER             (Forward this part to engineer)
                Cast-In-Place, Reinf. Concrete Piers:                                    Side Friction                    End Bearing
                                                    Belled                               Shaft Liners                     Casings
                Driven Piles                       Conc.Filled Steel Piles              Prestressed Conc. Piles          Steel H Piles

    Remarks:




r              Dewberry will be expected to:     Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                      Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                 Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.

r                                                   DIVISION 32 - EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS
r   32 1313    PAVING AND SURFACING                BY CIVIL ENGINEER                   (Forward this part to engineer)
                Roads and Drives                  Asphalt                               Cement Concrete                  Parking for _________ cars
                Parking                           Pavement Repairs                      Temporary pavement              
                Curb and Gutter                   Pavement Marking                      Wheel Stops                     
                Sidewalks:                        Patterned Concrete                    Stained / Natural Concrete      
                Unit Pavers:                      brick                                concrete                          stone

r   32 3110    SITE IMPROVEMENTS                 BY LANDSCAPE CONSULTANT                   (Forward this part to consultant)
                Irrigation System:
                Fences and Gates:                chain link                              wood                               ornamental metal
                Site Furnishings:                shelters / gazebos                      seating                            tables
                                                  planters                                trash and litter receptors         tree grates
                Walk, Road, and Parking Appurtenances:                                    bicycle racks                      guardrails
                                                                                           parking barriers                   parking bumpers
                Playfields and Equipment:       playground equipment                     play structures                    recreational facilities
                Fountains Type:

r   32 9000    LANDSCAPING                         BY LANDSCAPE CONSULTANT   (Forward this part to consultant)
                Lawns and Grasses:                seeding / hydroseeding   sodding                         plugging
                Trees, Plants, Ground Cover:      aggregate                ground cover                    wood chips
                Interior Plants                   Trees                    Bulbs                           Shrubs

    Remarks:




r              Dewberry will be expected to:     Review consultants’ specifications for coordination.                      Provide specifications, inhouse
                                                 Provide specification sections for consultant to edit.




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r                                                             DIVISION 33 - UTILITIES
r   33 0000   UTILITIES                            BY CIVIL ENGINEER             (Forward this part to engineer)
               Water: __________________          Gas / Fuel Oil: ___________     Electricity: ______________
               Lighting Poles (___ Provided by Electrical Engineer)                Other: __________________

r   33 4100   SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE              BY CIVIL ENGINEER               (Forward this part to engineer)
               Subdrainage:                     Foundation                        Under-Slab                      Perimeter French Drains

               Storm Drainage System Type:

               Sanitary Sewage System Type:

               Septic Tank Type:

               Ponds / Reservoirs:




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