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					                    Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam
                                Existing Facility Expansion and Renovations

                                              637 Randolph Street
                                              Dayton, Ohio 45408

                                              Commission No. 0825

                                             Addendum No. 1
                                               September 21, 2010

This addendum is a modification of the Contract Documents for this project. It is to be considered in the
Proposals and covers additions to or changes in the Contract Documents as follows:

This addendum includes these (3) three sheets plus attachments of the Pre- Bid sign in sheet and meeting
minutes, revised proposal form, additional spec. sections, and bidders qualifications form as noted below:

General:

    1.      See Attached Pre-Bid Sign Sheet and Pre-Bid Meeting Minutes.

    2.      See Attached Bidders Qualifications Form.

    3.      See Attached Revised Section 000311 “Proposal Form”.

    4.      Contractor shall be responsible for paying for and picking up Building Construction Permit
            Costs. General Building Construction permit fee = $2,584.80. (At this time building permit
            has not been submitted for until additional parking lot requirements are finalized between
            owner and the City of Dayton).


Drawings:

    •       See Attached 24” x 36” Finish Plan Sheets F1.0 and F1.1 in PDF format for interior finishes.

    •       Sheet L1.1 Modify as follows:
                    Plant List:
                        •    Key #PA – Modify Quantity from 10 units to 2 units.
                        •    Key #TB – Modify Quantity from 65 units to 40 units. (Location for 15 units
                             shown – others to be located at later date.
                    Plant List:
                        •    Key #TB – Modify Common Name to “Taxus”.

    •       Sheet A1.1 Women’s Restroom #009 – Baby changing station noted to be “Koala” #KB100.

    •       Site Utility / Civil Drawing –New site plan notes “Proposed Walls (by others)”- This is to
            denote that these retaining walls infill sections are not part of the civil work but rather to be
            constructed by another trade on this project and shall be constructed as part of and included
            in this project.

    •       Sheet AS1.2 – Noted Bike Rack indicated on Site plan to be “Thunderbolt” (TB) style by
            Creative Pipe, Inc.

    •       Sheet A5.3. Section #1 - Modify Blow up detail marker 11/A5.3 to read as 6/A5.4




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    •       Sheet A4.1 Section #1 – Note indicates new flexicore to be 8” with 2” topping. Please modify
            this note to read “10” precast concrete planks with 2” topping per structural drawings”.

    •       Sheet A5.2 Section #3 – Note indicates a $4,000.00 allowance for steel lintel work for the
            entry doors. Please delete reference to an allowance for this work. This reworking of the
            lintel and patching of brickwork to be done as part of base bid project.

    •       Sheet A6.1 Detail #17 – This detail is to be used at the cutting of the new opening within the
            new mechanical room #006. Please modify this detail to delete the 3/8” steel plate and insert
            (2) 4”x4”x 3/8” thick steel angles (1 on each side of CMU). Angles to have minimum 4”
            bearing each end.

    •       Sheet T1.1 – Add Alternates list – Please Modify #A-12 to read as follows:
                    “A-12 - Add elevated curb steel structure / framing, exterior walls, and dome
                    windows as shown”.


Specifications:

    •       See Attached Specification Section #087100 “Door Hardware”

    •       See Attached Specification Section #084113 “Aluminum Framed Entrances and Storefronts.

    •       Delete original Bid Form in its entirety and Insert Attached Modified Bid Form.

    •       Section 102226 “Operable Partitions” Please change Section 2.2B to read as follows:
                    “Panel Operation: Manually Operated, Pair Panel folding partition.”

    •       Section 102226 “Operable Partitions” Pass doors are required (1 per partition) final location
            within partition to be determined at later date.

    •       Delete Section 102116 “Shower and Dressing Compartments” in its entirety.

    •       Section 012100 “Allowances” Please change Section 1.6B to read as follows:
            “…..shall be included as part of the Allowance and not part of the Contract Sum”

    •       Section 012300 “Alternates” Subsection 3.1B Please modify as follows:
                1.      Base Bid: No dumbwaiter unit. Shaft to be constructed as shown.
                2.      Alternate: Supply and install new dumbwaiter unit, motor, trolley, etc within
                        provided shaft.

    •       Section 012100 “Allowances” Subsection 3.3 Schedule of Allowances. Please Modify and
            add additional allowances per the following:

            A.   Allowance No. 1: Lump-Sum Allowance: Include the sum of $10,000 for Asbestos
                 Abatement, testing, and cleanup.

            B. Allowance No. 2: Testing and Inspection Allowance: Include the sum of $2,500.00 for
               testing concrete to be provided by the Owner as specified in Division 03 Section "Cast-
               in-Place Concrete”.

            C. Allowance No. 3: Aid to Construction Allowance: Include the sum of $25,000.00 for any
               required utilities or tap in fees that may be required for this project.

            D. Allowance No. 4: Residential Appliance Allowance: Include the sum of $4,000.00 for
               owner selected residential appliances.

            E.   Allowance No. 5: Brickwork Allowance: Include the sum of $2,500.00 for any required
                 brick façade patching and repair work that may be required outside of the noted tuck
                 pointing and cleaning.




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Clarifications and RFI Questions / Responses:

    •       This project is funded in total by the National Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam Branch out of
            Washington D.C. Once bids are received and low bidder is selected the funds will be
            released from the National branch to this local branch. ASA will be reviewing all applications
            for payment made by the contractor and advising the owner of approvals and amounts of
            funds to be released from these local funds on a monthly basis.

    •       Soil borings were not done on the existing site where expansion is to take place. Structural
            engineer based all designs on worst case scenarios per OBC minimum requirements.

    •       Fire Extinguisher’s and Semi-recessed Fire Extinguisher Cabinets to be provided at each exit
            door from the building. (4) Total locations. Final location to be determined at later date.

    •       Flag Pole shall be 24’-0” tall.

    •       Contractor to provide Allowance of $4,000.00 for owner selected Residential grade Kitchen
            equipment / appliances per Specification Section #113100 Subsection 1.3A. See Modified
            Section #012100 “Allowances” note above under Specifications section.

    •       Contractor to provide Allowance of $25,000.00 for Utility Aid to Construction Costs. See
            Modified Section #012100 “Allowances” note above under Specifications section.

    •       22 Ga. Metal studs framing is acceptable in lieu of wood stud interior framing.

    •       Windows are to be based on Pella – Aluminum Clad with insulated glazing.

    •       Alternate #9: If there are no prebuilt wood unit sized that are stock items then contractor
            must provide a custom built unit to match the other prebuilt units where required. Any
            reputable manufacturer of residential grade casework is acceptable as long as they can meet
            the AWI standards.

    •       All existing face brick shall be cleaned and mortar joints to be cleaned, tooled, and re-tuck
            pointed. Repair and / or replacement of existing damaged brick in specific areas shall be
            under done under allowance. See Modified Section #012100 “Allowances” note above under
            Specifications section.

    •       If alternate #A-2 is accepted it will require steel angle support spanning perpendicular across
            a minimum of (2) flexicore planks to each side of the opening for support. Angles to be
            anchored to underside of flexicore and be braced with 4” tube steel columns at each corner
            of shaft framing. Final details and sizing of steel members to be determined.

    •       Radial Minaret foundation wall to be have rubbed out finish and will have to be constructed
            with custom built radial forms – Parged concrete applications on segmented walls to create
            the radius will be accepted.

    •       Specification Section #101400 “Signage” pertains to Alternate #A-4.

    •       Clove Molding shown on drawings around perimeter edge of dome openings is drawn as part
            of the fiberglass dome unit but can be a separate molding made of like materials in a similar
            profile if desired.

    •       Decorative Exterior concrete walls at bench seating area are to have a rubbed finish.

    •       Alternate A-15 pertains to EFIS only on the straight exterior CMU walls. EFIS for minarets is
            still required.

    •       All Exterior site fencing is to be based on “Superior” Aluminum Assembled Series 7000 as
            basis of design. Other manufacturers of similar product will be acceptable as well.

                                              End of Addendum No. 1



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                  Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam
                               Existing Facility Expansion and Renovations

                                            637 Randolph Street
                                            Dayton, Ohio 45408

                                            Commission No. 0825

                                       Pre-Bid Meeting Notes
                                             September 14, 2010

                              Attendees: See separate attached sign-in sheet.

The below represents a written interpretation of the significant issues discussed. If there are any questions or
comments concerning the below please send fax to Alan Scherr Associates requesting clarification.


1.1    Delivery of Bids – ASA noted to all that bids are due @ 2:00 pm September 28, 2010 to ASA (Clock
       time will be per ASA’s clock. Give yourself time to find a parking spot. ASA’s address is 33
       West First Street Suite 440 Dayton, Ohio 45402) - Any bids turned in after this time will not be
       accepted.

1.2    Please submit in the bid envelope two (2) copies of bid forms and also include Bidder Qualifications
       sheet (See Attached), company profiles, Company history, and past project experience and photos.
       The bid form must be properly filled out and signed or they will not be accepted.

1.3    Bid Envelopes will be –properly noted with the project name and include the contractor’s name. Bids
       will be in private by ASA and the Mosque staff. Upon review of the bids and contractor qualifications
       documents the low bidder will be contacted for a sit down meeting with the Mosque staff to review the
       submitted bid. Bids faxed to our offices WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

1.4    THIS IS NOT A PREVAILING WAGE PROJECT but is TAX EXEMPT (IRS Code #EIN.52-6054158 –
       Sales Exempt Certificate will be released to the successful bidder for records).

1.5    This is a single lump sum bid by the General Trades Contractor. Sub-contractors will be by the GC.

1.6    Responsibility to thoroughly review the plans and specifications including the onsite investigation will
       be the responsibility of every contractor who bids this project and is awarded the contract.

1.7    After the bids are received and opened ASA will prepare a detailed bid form breakdown.              This
       document will be used in the evaluation of the received bids.

1.8    Bid Guarantee / Contract Bond, and Performance bond are required on this project and should be
       included in the bid packages.

1.9    All questions are to be submitted to Ryan Meeds @ ASA via fax (937)222-4520 and are to be
       received by Thursday September 23, 2010 before 12:00 p.m. This is so ASA can release and final
       addendums prior to 72-hours before the bid due date which is 2:00 p.m. September 28, 2010. ASA
       will respond by fax or include information in an addendum as needed.

1.10   Notice of Award of the project is anticipated by October 15, 2010. Project would then commence
       on this date with the processing of shop drawings and mobilization. Substantial completion of the
       project is scheduled for 180 days from the Notice of Award date pending weather conditions.

1.11   Daily clean up and security of all areas will be required. All egress walk-ways and adjacent staging
       areas are to be kept clean and clear to the public. Building and equipment security is a responsibility
       of the contractor. Daily securing of the facility is required.

1.12   Contractor to park on the street to access the construction zone.



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1.13   No smoking, chewing, spitting, is permitted on site. No alcoholic beverages are permitted on the site.

1.14   Work hours are standard from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. but longer hours and weekend working hours on
       site will be allowed with prior notification to the owner.

1.15   Progress meetings once construction has started are to be conducted on a weekly basis at the site.
       General contractor will be responsible for weekly meetings and scheduling.

1.16   If the contractors wish to revisit the project areas contact Mr. Aminullah Ahmad @ 937-657-
       3832(Mobile) between 8:00AM-4:30PM. Please provide Mr. Ahmad with a few hours notice of
       requested visit time.

1.17   The Owner will empty the premises of all equipment and furniture prior to the start of construction in
       effected interior areas. Contractor to provide a weeks notice prior to interior work requiring the moving
       of furniture for access.

1.18   KLH noted that the contractor will be responsible for coordination. Areas of ceiling are going to be
       very tight and coordination between trades is a must.




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SECTION 084113 - ALUMINUM-FRAMED ENTRANCES AND STOREFRONTS


PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
           Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.


1.2        SUMMARY

      A.   Section Includes:

           1.     Exterior storefront framing.
           2.     Storefront framing for punched openings.
           3.     Exterior manual-swing entrance doors and door-frame units.


1.3        DEFINITIONS

      A.   ADA/ABA Accessibility Guidelines: U.S. Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance
           Board's "Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and Architectural Barriers Act (ABA)
           Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities."


1.4        PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

      A.   General Performance: Aluminum-framed systems shall withstand the effects of the following
           performance requirements without exceeding performance criteria or failure due to defective
           manufacture, fabrication, installation, or other defects in construction:

           1.     Movements of supporting structure indicated on Drawings including, but not limited to,
                  story drift and deflection from uniformly distributed and concentrated live loads.
           2.     Dimensional tolerances of building frame and other adjacent construction.
           3.     See Structural Drawing Sheet S1.1 for in-plane movement design requirements due to
                  wind and seismic forces acting parallel to the glazing surface
           4.     Failure includes the following:

                  a.     Deflection exceeding specified limits.
                  b.     Thermal stresses transferring to building structure.
                  c.     Framing members transferring stresses, including those caused by thermal and
                         structural movements to glazing.
                  d.     Glazing-to-glazing contact.
                  e.     Noise or vibration created by wind and by thermal and structural movements.
                  f.     Loosening or weakening of fasteners, attachments, and other components.
                  g.     Sealant failure.
                  h.     Failure of operating units.

      B.   Delegated Design: Design aluminum-framed systems, including comprehensive engineering
           analysis by a qualified professional engineer, using performance requirements and design criteria
           indicated.


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C.   Deflection of Framing Members:
     1.     Deflection Normal to Wall Plane: Limited to 1/175 of clear span for spans up to 13 feet 6
            inches and to 1/240 of clear span plus 1/4 inch for spans greater than 13 feet 6 inches or
            an amount that restricts edge deflection of individual glazing lites to 3/4 inch, whichever
            is less.
     2.     See Structural Drawing Sheet S1.1 for in-plane movement design requirements due to
            wind and seismic forces acting parallel to the glazing surface.
     3.     Deflection Parallel to Glazing Plane: Limited to amount not exceeding that which
            reduces glazing bite to less than 75 percent of design dimension and that which reduces
            edge clearance between framing members and glazing or other fixed components directly
            below them to less than 1/8 inch and clearance between members and operable units
            directly below them to less than 1/16 inch.


D.   Structural-Test Performance:       Provide aluminum-framed systems tested according to
     ASTM E 330 as follows:

     1.     When tested at positive and negative wind-load design pressures, systems do not
            evidence deflection exceeding specified limits.
     2.     When tested at 150 percent of positive and negative wind-load design pressures, systems,
            including anchorage, do not evidence material failures, structural distress, and permanent
            deformation of main framing members exceeding 0.2 percent of span.
     3.     Test Durations: As required by design wind velocity, but not fewer than 10 seconds.

E.   Windborne-Debris-Impact-Resistance Performance: Provide aluminum-framed systems that
     pass cyclic-pressure tests when tested according to ASTM E 1886 and testing information in
     ASTM E 1996 or AAMA 506.

F.   Story Drift: Provide aluminum-framed systems that accommodate design displacement of
     adjacent stories indicated.

     1.     Design Displacement: As indicated on Drawings. See Structural Drawing Sheet S1.1 for
            in-plane movement design requirements due to wind and seismic forces acting parallel to
            the glazing surface
     2.     Test Performance: Meet criteria for passing, based on building occupancy type, when
            tested according to AAMA 501.4 at design displacement and 1.5 times design
            displacement.

G.   Air Infiltration: Provide aluminum-framed systems with maximum air leakage through fixed
     glazing and framing areas of 0.06 cfm/sq. ft. of fixed wall area when tested according to
     ASTM E 283 at a minimum static-air-pressure difference of 1.57 lbf/sq. ft..

H.   Water Penetration under Static Pressure: Provide aluminum-framed systems that do not
     evidence water penetration through fixed glazing and framing areas when tested according to
     ASTM E 331 at a minimum static-air-pressure difference of 20 percent of positive wind-load
     design pressure, but not less than 6.24 lbf/sq. ft..

I.   Water Penetration under Dynamic Pressure: Provide aluminum-framed systems that do not
     evidence water leakage through fixed glazing and framing areas when tested according to
     AAMA 501.1 under dynamic pressure equal to 20 percent of positive wind-load design pressure,
     but not less than 6.24 lbf/sq. ft..

     1.     Maximum Water Leakage: No uncontrolled water penetrating aluminum-framed systems
            or water appearing on systems' normally exposed interior surfaces from sources other
            than condensation. Water leakage does not include water controlled by flashing and



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                  gutters that is drained to exterior and water that cannot damage adjacent materials or
                  finishes.

      J.   Thermal Movements: Provide aluminum-framed systems that allow for thermal movements
           resulting from the following maximum change (range) in ambient and surface temperatures.
           Base engineering calculation on surface temperatures of materials due to both solar heat gain and
           nighttime-sky heat loss.

           1.     Temperature Change (Range): 120 deg F, ambient; 180 deg F, material surfaces.
           2.     Test Performance: No buckling; stress on glass; sealant failure; excess stress on framing,
                  anchors, and fasteners; or reduction of performance when tested according to
                  AAMA 501.5.

                  a.     High Exterior Ambient-Air Temperature: That which produces an exterior metal-
                         surface temperature of 180 deg F.
                  b.     Low Exterior Ambient-Air Temperature: 0 deg F.

           3.     Interior Ambient-Air Temperature: 75 deg F.

      K.   Condensation Resistance: Provide aluminum-framed systems with fixed glazing and framing
           areas having condensation-resistance factor (CRF) of not less than 53 when tested according to
           AAMA 1503.

      L.   Thermal Conductance: Provide aluminum-framed systems with fixed glazing and framing areas
           having an average U-factor of not more than 0.57 Btu/sq. ft. x h x deg F when tested according
           to AAMA 1503.

      M.   Sound Transmission: Provide aluminum-framed systems with fixed glazing and framing areas
           having the following sound-transmission characteristics:

           1.     Sound Transmission Class (STC): Minimum 35 STC when tested for laboratory sound
                  transmission loss according to ASTM E 90 and determined by ASTM E 413.
           2.     Outdoor-Indoor Transmission Class (OITC): Minimum 34 OITC when tested for
                  laboratory sound transmission loss according to ASTM E 90 and determined by ASTM E
                  1332.

      N.   Structural Sealant: Capable of withstanding tensile and shear stresses imposed by aluminum-
           framed systems without failing adhesively or cohesively. When tested for preconstruction
           adhesion and compatibility, cohesive failure of sealant shall occur before adhesive failure.

           1.     Adhesive failure occurs when sealant pulls away from substrate cleanly, leaving no
                  sealant material behind.
           2.     Cohesive failure occurs when sealant breaks or tears within itself but does not separate
                  from each substrate because sealant-to-substrate bond strength exceeds sealant's internal
                  strength.

      O.   Structural-Sealant Joints: Designed to produce tensile or shear stress of less than 20 psi .


1.5        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product Data: For each type of product indicated. Include construction details, material
           descriptions, dimensions of individual components and profiles, and finishes for aluminum-
           framed systems.




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B.   Shop Drawings: For aluminum-framed systems. Include plans, elevations, sections, details, and
     attachments to other work.

     1.     Include details of provisions for system expansion and contraction and for drainage of
            moisture in the system to the exterior.

C.   Samples for Initial Selection: For units with factory-applied color finishes.

D.   Samples for Verification: For each type of exposed finish required, in manufacturer's standard
     sizes.

E.   Fabrication Sample: Of each vertical-to-horizontal intersection of aluminum-framed systems,
     made from 12-inch lengths of full-size components and showing details of the following:

     1.     Joinery, including concealed welds.
     2.     Anchorage.
     3.     Expansion provisions.
     4.     Glazing.
     5.     Flashing and drainage.

F.   Other Action Submittals:

     1.     Entrance Door Hardware Schedule: Prepared by or under the supervision of supplier,
            detailing fabrication and assembly of entrance door hardware, as well as procedures and
            diagrams. Coordinate final entrance door hardware schedule with doors, frames, and
            related work to ensure proper size, thickness, hand, function, and finish of entrance door
            hardware.

G.   Delegated-Design Submittal: For aluminum-framed systems indicated to comply with
     performance requirements and design criteria, including analysis data signed and sealed by the
     qualified professional engineer responsible for their preparation.

     1.     Detail fabrication and assembly of aluminum-framed systems.
     2.     Include design calculations.

H.   Qualification Data: For qualified Installer and testing agency.

I.   Seismic Qualification Certificates: For aluminum-framed systems, accessories, and components,
     from manufacturer.

     1.     Basis for Certification: Indicate whether withstand certification is based on actual test of
            assembled components or on calculation.

J.   Preconstruction Test Reports: For sealant.

K.   Product Test Reports: Based on evaluation of comprehensive tests performed by a qualified
     testing agency, for aluminum-framed systems, indicating compliance with performance
     requirements.

L.   Source quality-control reports.

M.   Quality-Control Program for Structural-Sealant-Glazed System: Include reports.

N.   Field quality-control reports.




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      O.   Maintenance Data: For aluminum-framed systems to include in maintenance manuals.

      P.   Warranties: Sample of special warranties.


1.6        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      A.   Installer Qualifications: Manufacturer's authorized representative who is trained and approved
           for installation of units required for this Project.

      B.   Testing Agency Qualifications: Qualified according to ASTM E 699 for testing indicated.

      C.   Engineering Responsibility: Prepare data for aluminum-framed systems, including Shop
           Drawings, based on testing and engineering analysis of manufacturer's standard units in systems
           similar to those indicated for this Project.

      D.   Quality-Control Program for Structural-Sealant-Glazed System: Develop quality control
           program specifically for Project. Document quality-control procedures and verify results for
           aluminum-framed systems. Comply with ASTM C 1401 recommendations including, but not
           limited to, system material-qualification procedures, preconstruction sealant-testing program,
           procedures for system fabrication and installation, and intervals of reviews and checks.

      E.   Product Options: Information on Drawings and in Specifications establishes requirements for
           systems' aesthetic effects and performance characteristics. Aesthetic effects are indicated by
           dimensions, arrangements, alignment, and profiles of components and assemblies as they relate
           to sightlines, to one another, and to adjoining construction. Performance characteristics are
           indicated by criteria subject to verification by one or more methods including preconstruction
           testing, field testing, and in-service performance.

           1.     Do not revise intended aesthetic effects, as judged solely by Architect, except with
                  Architect's approval. If revisions are proposed, submit comprehensive explanatory data
                  to Architect for review.

      F.   Preconstruction Sealant Testing: For structural-sealant-glazed systems, perform sealant
           manufacturer's standard tests for compatibility with and adhesion of each material that will come
           in contact with sealants and each condition required by aluminum-framed systems.

           1.     Test a minimum five samples each of metal, glazing, and other material.
           2.     Prepare samples using techniques and primers required for installed systems.
           3.     For materials that fail tests, determine corrective measures necessary to prepare each
                  material to ensure compatibility with and adhesion of sealants including, but not limited
                  to, specially formulated primers. After performing these corrective measures on the
                  minimum number of samples required for each material, retest materials.

      G.   Accessible Entrances: Comply with applicable provisions in the U.S. Architectural &
           Transportation Barriers Compliance Board's ADA-ABA Accessibility Guidelines and
           ICC/ANSI A117.1.

      H.   Source Limitations for Aluminum-Framed Systems: Obtain from single source from single
           manufacturer.

      I.   Structural-Sealant Glazing: Comply with ASTM C 1401, "Guide for Structural Sealant Glazing"
           for design and installation of structural-sealant-glazed systems.

      J.   Structural-Sealant Joints: Design reviewed and approved by structural-sealant manufacturer.



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      K.   Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and personnel according to AWS D1.2, "Structural
           Welding Code - Aluminum."

      L.   Mockups: Build mockups to verify selections made under sample submittals and to demonstrate
           aesthetic effects and set quality standards for fabrication and installation.

           1.    Build mockup of typical wall area as shown on Drawings.
           2.    Field testing shall be performed on mockups according to manufacturer standards.
           3.    Approval of mockups does not constitute approval of deviations from the Contract
                 Documents contained in mockups unless Architect specifically approves such deviations
                 in writing.
           4.    Approved mockups may become part of the completed Work if undisturbed at time of
                 Substantial Completion.


1.7        PROJECT CONDITIONS

      A.   Field Measurements: Verify actual locations of structural supports for aluminum-framed
           systems by field measurements before fabrication and indicate measurements on Shop Drawings.


1.8        WARRANTY

      A.   Special Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or
           replace components of aluminum-framed systems that do not comply with requirements or that
           fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period.

           1.    Failures include, but are not limited to, the following:

                 a.     Structural failures including, but not limited to, excessive deflection.
                 b.     Noise or vibration caused by thermal movements.
                 c.     Deterioration of metals, metal finishes, and other materials beyond normal
                        weathering.
                 d.     Adhesive or cohesive sealant failures.
                 e.     Water leakage through fixed glazing and framing areas.
                 f.     Failure of operating components.

           2.    Warranty Period: 10 years from date of Substantial Completion.

      B.   Special Finish Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair
           or replace components on which finishes do not comply with requirements or that fail in
           materials or workmanship within specified warranty period. Warranty does not include normal
           weathering.

           1.    Warranty Period: 20 years from date of Substantial Completion.


1.9        MAINTENANCE SERVICE

      A.   Entrance Door Hardware:

           1.    Maintenance Tools and Instructions: Furnish a complete set of specialized tools and
                 maintenance instructions as needed for Owner's continued adjustment, maintenance, and
                 removal and replacement of entrance door hardware.




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           2.     Initial Maintenance Service: Beginning at Substantial Completion, provide six months'
                  full maintenance by skilled employees of entrance door hardware Installer. Include
                  quarterly preventive maintenance, repair or replacement of worn or defective
                  components, lubrication, cleaning, and adjusting as required for proper entrance door
                  hardware operation at rated speed and capacity. Provide parts and supplies the same as
                  those used in the manufacture and installation of original equipment.

      B.   Structural-Sealant-Glazed Systems:

           1.     Initial Maintenance Service: Beginning at Substantial Completion, provide 12 months'
                  full maintenance by skilled employees of structural-sealant-glazed system Installer.
                  Include quarterly preventive maintenance, repair or replacement to ensure long-term
                  performance and durability of structural-sealant-glazed system as required for proper
                  entrance door hardware operation at rated speed and capacity. Provide parts and supplies
                  the same as those used in the manufacture and installation of original system.
           2.     Continuing Maintenance Proposal: From Installer to Owner, in the form of a standard
                  yearly (or other period) maintenance agreement, starting on date initial maintenance
                  service is concluded. State services, obligations, conditions, and terms for agreement
                  period and for future renewal options.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        MANUFACTURERS

      A.   Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers offering
           products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to, the following:

           1.     VistaWall Inc.
           2.     Kawneer North America; an Alcoa company – BASIS OF DESIGN –
                         VG 451T Trifab (thermally broken) for exterior storefront openings
           3.     TRACO.


2.2        MATERIALS

      A.   Aluminum:    Alloy and temper recommended by manufacturer for type of use and finish
           indicated.

           1.     Sheet and Plate: ASTM B 209 .
           2.     Extruded Bars, Rods, Profiles, and Tubes: ASTM B 221 .
           3.     Extruded Structural Pipe and Tubes: ASTM B 429.
           4.     Structural Profiles: ASTM B 308/B 308M.
           5.     Welding Rods and Bare Electrodes: AWS A5.10/A5.10M.

      B.   Steel Reinforcement: Manufacturer's standard zinc-rich, corrosion-resistant primer, complying
           with SSPC-PS Guide No. 12.00; applied immediately after surface preparation and pretreatment.
           Select surface preparation methods according to recommendations in SSPC-SP COM and
           prepare surfaces according to applicable SSPC standard.

           1.     Structural Shapes, Plates, and Bars: ASTM A 36/A 36M.
           2.     Cold-Rolled Sheet and Strip: ASTM A 1008/A 1008M.
           3.     Hot-Rolled Sheet and Strip: ASTM A 1011/A 1011M.




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2.3        FRAMING SYSTEMS

      A.   Framing Members: Manufacturer's standard extruded-aluminum framing members of thickness
           required and reinforced as required to support imposed loads.

           1.    Construction: Thermally broken.
           2.    Glazing System: Retained by structural sealant at vertical edges and mechanically with
                 gaskets at horizontal edges.
           3.    Glazing Plane: As indicated.

      B.   Brackets and Reinforcements:         Manufacturer's standard high-strength aluminum with
           nonstaining, nonferrous shims for aligning system components.

      C.   Fasteners and Accessories:        Manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant, nonstaining,
           nonbleeding fasteners and accessories compatible with adjacent materials.

           1.    Use self-locking devices where fasteners are subject to loosening or turning out from
                 thermal and structural movements, wind loads, or vibration.
           2.    Reinforce members as required to receive fastener threads.
           3.    Use exposed fasteners with countersunk Phillips screw heads, finished to match framing
                 system.

      D.   Concrete and Masonry Inserts: Hot-dip galvanized cast-iron, malleable-iron, or steel inserts,
           complying with ASTM A 123/A 123M or ASTM A 153/A 153M.

      E.   Concealed Flashing: Manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant, nonstaining, nonbleeding
           flashing compatible with adjacent materials.

      F.   Framing System Gaskets and Sealants: Manufacturer's standard, recommended by manufacturer
           for joint type.

           1.    Provide sealants for use inside of the weatherproofing system that have a VOC content of
                 250 g/L or less when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D (EPA Method 24).


2.4        GLAZING SYSTEMS

      A.   Glazing: 1” Insulated glazing (¼” Outside Lite, ½” Airspace, ¼” Inside Lite – color to be
           selected at later date.

      B.   Glazing Gaskets: Manufacturer's standard compression types; replaceable, molded or extruded,
           of profile and hardness required to maintain watertight seal.

      C.   Spacers and Setting Blocks: Manufacturer's standard elastomeric type.

      D.   Bond-Breaker Tape: Manufacturer's standard TFE-fluorocarbon or polyethylene material to
           which sealants will not develop adhesion.

      E.   Glazing Sealants: For structural-sealant-glazed systems, as recommended by manufacturer for
           joint type, and as follows:

           1.    Structural Sealant: ASTM C 1184, single-component neutral-curing silicone formulation
                 that is compatible with system components with which it comes in contact, specifically
                 formulated and tested for use as structural sealant and approved by a structural-sealant
                 manufacturer for use in aluminum-framed systems indicated.



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                 a.     Provide sealants for use inside of the weatherproofing system that have a VOC
                        content of 100 g/L or less when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D
                        (EPA Method 24).
                 b.     Color: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range of colors.

           2.    Weatherseal Sealant: ASTM C 920 for Type S, Grade NS, Class 25, Uses NT, G, A, and
                 O; single-component neutral-curing formulation that is compatible with structural sealant
                 and other system components with which it comes in contact; recommended by
                 structural-sealant, weatherseal-sealant, and aluminum-framed-system manufacturers for
                 this use.

                 a.     Provide sealants for use inside of the weatherproofing system that have a VOC
                        content of 250 g/L or less when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D
                        (EPA Method 24).
                 b.     Color: Matching structural sealant.


2.5        ENTRANCE DOOR SYSTEMS

      A.   Entrance Doors: Manufacturer's standard glazed entrance doors for manual-swing operation.

           1.    Door Construction: 1-3/4-inch overall thickness, with minimum 0.125-inch- thick,
                 extruded-aluminum tubular rail and stile members. Mechanically fasten corners with
                 reinforcing brackets that are deeply penetrated and fillet welded or that incorporate
                 concealed tie rods.

                 a.     Thermal Construction: High-performance plastic connectors separate aluminum
                        members exposed to the exterior from members exposed to the interior.

           2.    Door Design: As indicated.

                 a.     Accessible Doors: Smooth surfaced for width of door in area within 10 inches
                        above floor or ground plane.

           3.    Glazing Stops and Gaskets: Square, snap-on, extruded-aluminum stops and preformed
                 gaskets.

                 a.     Provide nonremovable glazing stops on outside of door.

      B.   Entrance Door Hardware: As specified in Division 08 Section "Door Hardware."


2.6        ACCESSORY MATERIALS

      A.   Joint Sealants: For installation at perimeter of aluminum-framed systems, as specified in
           Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants."

           1.    Provide sealants for use inside of the weatherproofing system that have a VOC content of
                 250 g/L or less when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D (EPA Method 24).


2.7        FABRICATION

      A.   Form or extrude aluminum shapes before finishing.




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      B.   Weld in concealed locations to greatest extent possible to minimize distortion or discoloration of
           finish. Remove weld spatter and welding oxides from exposed surfaces by descaling or
           grinding.

      C.   Framing Members, General: Fabricate components that, when assembled, have the following
           characteristics:

           1.     Profiles that are sharp, straight, and free of defects or deformations.
           2.     Accurately fitted joints with ends coped or mitered.
           3.     Means to drain water passing joints, condensation within framing members, and moisture
                  migrating within the system to exterior.
           4.     Physical and thermal isolation of glazing from framing members.
           5.     Accommodations for thermal and mechanical movements of glazing and framing to
                  maintain required glazing edge clearances.
           6.     Provisions for field replacement of glazing from interior for vision glass and exterior for
                  spandrel glazing or metal panels.
           7.     Fasteners, anchors, and connection devices that are concealed from view to greatest
                  extent possible.

      D.   Mechanically Glazed Framing Members: Fabricate for flush glazing without projecting stops.

      E.   Structural-Sealant-Glazed Framing Members: Include accommodations for using temporary
           support device to retain glazing in place while structural sealant cures.

      F.   Storefront Framing: Fabricate components for assembly using head-and-sill-receptor system
           with shear blocks at intermediate horizontal members.

      G.   Entrance Door Frames: Reinforce as required to support loads imposed by door operation and
           for installing entrance door hardware.

      H.   Entrance Doors: Reinforce doors as required for installing entrance door hardware.

      I.   Entrance Door Hardware Installation: Factory install entrance door hardware to the greatest
           extent possible. Cut, drill, and tap for factory-installed entrance door hardware before applying
           finishes.

      J.   After fabrication, clearly mark components to identify their locations in Project according to
           Shop Drawings.


2.8        ALUMINUM FINISHES

      A.   High-Performance Organic Finish: 3-coat fluoropolymer finish complying with AAMA 2605
           and containing not less than 70 percent PVDF resin by weight in both color coat and clear
           topcoat. Prepare, pretreat, and apply coating to exposed metal surfaces to comply with coating
           and resin manufacturers' written instructions.

           1.     Color and Gloss: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range.


2.9        SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL

      A.   Testing Agency:     Engage a qualified testing agency to evaluate structural-sealant-glazed
           systems.




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      B.   Structural-Sealant-Glazed Systems: Perform quality-control procedures complying with
           ASTM C 1401 recommendations, including, but not limited to, system material-qualification
           procedures, sealant testing, and system fabrication reviews and checks.

      C.   Structural-sealant-glazed system will be considered defective if it does not pass tests and
           inspections.

      D.   Prepare test and inspection reports.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        EXAMINATION

      A.   Examine areas and conditions, with Installer present, for compliance with requirements for
           installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of the Work.

      B.   Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.


3.2        INSTALLATION

      A.   General:

           1.     Comply with manufacturer's written instructions.
           2.     Do not install damaged components.
           3.     Fit joints to produce hairline joints free of burrs and distortion.
           4.     Rigidly secure nonmovement joints.
           5.     Install anchors with separators and isolators to prevent metal corrosion and electrolytic
                  deterioration.
           6.     Seal joints watertight unless otherwise indicated.

      B.   Metal Protection:

           1.     Where aluminum will contact dissimilar metals, protect against galvanic action by
                  painting contact surfaces with primer or applying sealant or tape, or by installing
                  nonconductive spacers as recommended by manufacturer for this purpose.
           2.     Where aluminum will contact concrete or masonry, protect against corrosion by painting
                  contact surfaces with bituminous paint.

      C.   Install components to drain water passing joints, condensation occurring within framing
           members, and moisture migrating within the system to exterior.

      D.   Set continuous sill members and flashing in full sealant bed as specified in Division 07 Section
           "Joint Sealants" to produce weathertight installation.

      E.   Install components plumb and true in alignment with established lines and grades, and without
           warp or rack.

      F.   Install glazing as:

           1.     Structural-Sealant Glazing:




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                  a.     Prepare surfaces that will contact structural sealant according to sealant
                         manufacturer's written instructions to ensure compatibility and adhesion.
                         Preparation includes, but is not limited to, cleaning and priming surfaces.
                  b.     Install weatherseal sealant according to Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants" and
                         according to sealant manufacturer's written instructions to produce weatherproof
                         joints. Install joint filler behind sealant as recommended by sealant manufacturer.

      G.   Entrance Doors: Install doors to produce smooth operation and tight fit at contact points.

           1.     Field-Installed Entrance Door Hardware: Install surface-mounted entrance door
                  hardware according to entrance door hardware manufacturers' written instructions using
                  concealed fasteners to greatest extent possible.

      H.   Install perimeter joint sealants as specified in Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants" to produce
           weathertight installation.


3.3        ERECTION TOLERANCES

      A.   Install aluminum-framed systems to comply with the following maximum erection tolerances:

           1.     Location and Plane: Limit variation from true location and plane to 1/8 inch in 12 feet ;
                  1/4 inch over total length.
           2.     Alignment:

                  a.     Where surfaces abut in line, limit offset from true alignment to 1/16 inch .
                  b.     Where surfaces meet at corners, limit offset from true alignment to 1/32 inch .

      B.   Diagonal Measurements: Limit difference between diagonal measurements to 1/8 inch .


3.4        FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

      A.   Testing Agency: Engage a qualified independent testing and inspecting agency to perform field
           tests and inspections.

      B.   Testing Services: Testing and inspecting of representative areas to determine compliance of
           installed systems with specified requirements shall take place as follows. Do not proceed with
           installation of the next area until test results for previously completed areas show compliance
           with requirements.

           1.     Structural-Sealant Compatibility and Adhesion:        Structural sealant shall be tested
                  according to recommendations in ASTM C 1401.

                  a.     Destructive Test Method A, "Hand Pull Tab (Destructive)," in ASTM C 1401,
                         Appendix X2, shall be used.

                         1)     A minimum of two areas on each building face shall be tested.
                         2)     Repair installation areas damaged by testing.

           2.     Structural-Sealant Glazing Inspection: After installation of aluminum-framed systems is
                  complete, structural-sealant glazing shall be inspected and evaluated according to
                  recommendations in ASTM C 1401.
           3.     Air Infiltration: Areas shall be tested for air leakage of 1.5 times the rate specified for
                  laboratory testing under "Performance Requirements" Article, but not more than 0.09



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                  cfm/sq. ft. , of fixed wall area when tested according to ASTM E 783 at a minimum
                  static-air-pressure difference of 6.24 lbf/sq. ft..

                  a.     Test Area: One bay wide, but not less than 30 feet, by 1 story of aluminum-
                         framed systems.
                  b.     Perform tests in each test area as directed by Architect. Perform at least three
                         tests, prior to 10 percent, 35 percent, and 70 percent completion.

           4.     Water Penetration: Areas shall be tested according to ASTM E 1105 at a minimum
                  uniform and cyclic static-air-pressure difference of 0.67 times the static-air-pressure
                  difference specified for laboratory testing under "Performance Requirements" Article, but
                  not less than 4.18 lbf/sq. ft., and shall not evidence water penetration.

                  a.     Test Area: One bay wide, but less than 30 feet , by 1 story of aluminum-framed
                         systems.
                  b.     Perform tests in each test area as directed by Architect. Perform at least three
                         tests, prior to 10 percent, 35 percent, and 70 percent completion.

           5.     Water Spray Test: Before installation of interior finishes has begun, areas designated by
                  Architect shall be tested according to AAMA 501.2 and shall not evidence water
                  penetration.

                  a.     Test Area: A minimum area of 75 feet by 1 story of aluminum-framed systems.

      C.   Repair or remove work if test results and inspections indicate that it does not comply with
           specified requirements.

      D.   Additional testing and inspecting, at Contractor's expense, will be performed to determine
           compliance of replaced or additional work with specified requirements.

      E.   Aluminum-framed assemblies will be considered defective if they do not pass tests and
           inspections.

      F.   Prepare test and inspection reports.


3.5        ADJUSTING

      A.   Adjust operating entrance door hardware to function smoothly as recommended by
           manufacturer.

           1.     For entrance doors accessible to people with disabilities, adjust closers to provide a 3-
                  second closer sweep period for doors to move from a 70-degree open position to 3 inches
                  from the latch, measured to the leading door edge.


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SECTION 087100 - DOOR HARDWARE


PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
           Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.


1.2        SUMMARY

      A.   Section includes:

           1.     Mechanical door hardware for the following:

                  a.     Swinging doors.

           2.     Cylinders for door hardware specified in other Sections.

      B.   Related Sections:

           1.     Division 06 Section "Interior Architectural Woodwork" for cabinet door hardware
                  provided as part of architectural woodwork.
           2.     Division 08 Section "Hollow Metal Doors and Frames" for door silencers provided as
                  part of hollow-metal frames.
           3.     Division 08 Section "Aluminum-Framed Entrances and Storefronts" for installation of
                  entrance door hardware, except cylinders.


      C.   Products furnished, but not installed, under this Section include the products listed below.
           Coordinating and scheduling the purchase and delivery of these products remain requirements of
           this Section.

           1.     Permanent lock cores to be provided by contractor based upon keying instructions.


1.3        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product Data: For each type of product indicated. Include construction and installation details,
           material descriptions, dimensions of individual components and profiles, and finishes.

      B.   Shop Drawings: Details of each door hardware part and operation of each.

      C.   Samples for Verification: For exposed door hardware of each type required, in each finish
           specified. Tag Samples with full description for coordination with the door hardware schedule.
           Submit Samples before, or concurrent with, submission of door hardware schedule.

                  1.     Full-size Samples will be returned to Contractor. Units that are acceptable and
                         remain undamaged through submittal, review, and field comparison process may,
                         after final check of operation, be incorporated into the Work, within limitations of
                         keying requirements.


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      D.   Other Action Submittals:

           1.     Keying Schedule: Prepared by or under the supervision of Installer, detailing Owner's
                  final keying instructions for locks. Include schematic keying diagram and index each key
                  set to unique door designations that are coordinated with the Contract Documents.

      E.   Product Certificates: For electrified door hardware, from the manufacturer.

           1.     Certify that door hardware approved for use on types and sizes of labeled fire-rated doors
                  complies with listed fire-rated door assemblies.

      F.   Product Test Reports: For compliance with accessibility requirements, based on evaluation of
           comprehensive tests performed by manufacturer and witnessed by a qualified testing agency, for
           door hardware on doors located in accessible routes.

      G.   Maintenance Data: For each type of door hardware to include in maintenance manuals. Include
           final hardware and keying schedule.

      H.   Warranty: Special warranty specified in this Section.


1.4        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      A.   Installer / Supplier Qualifications: Supplier of products and an employer of workers trained and
           approved by product manufacturers and an Architectural Hardware Consultant who is available
           during the course of the Work to consult with Contractor, Architect, and Owner about door
           hardware and keying.

           1.     Warehousing Facilities: In Project's vicinity.
           2.     Scheduling Responsibility: Preparation of door hardware and keying schedules.
           3.     Engineering Responsibility: Preparation of data for electrified door hardware, including
                  Shop Drawings, to be furnished based on this section for this Project.

      B.   Source Limitations: Obtain each type of door hardware from a single manufacturer.

           1.     Provide electrified door hardware from same manufacturer as mechanical door hardware,
                  unless otherwise indicated. Manufacturers that perform electrical modifications and that
                  are listed by a testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction
                  are acceptable.

      C.   Means of Egress Doors: Latches do not require more than 15 lbf to release the latch. Locks do
           not require use of a key, tool, or special knowledge for operation.

      D.   Accessibility Requirements: For door hardware on doors in an accessible route, comply with the
           U.S. Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board's ADA-ABA Accessibility
           Guidelines.

           1.     Provide operating devices that do not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the
                  wrist and that operate with a force of not more than 5 lbf .
           2.     Comply with the following maximum opening-force requirements:

                  a.     Interior, Non-Fire-Rated Hinged Doors: 5 lbf applied perpendicular to door.
                  b.     Fire Doors: Minimum opening force allowable by authorities having jurisdiction.




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           3.     Bevel raised thresholds with a slope of not more than 1:2. Provide thresholds not more
                  than 1/2 inch high and 3/4 inch high for exterior sliding doors.
           4.     Adjust door closer sweep periods so that, from an open position of 70 degrees, the door
                  will take at least 3 seconds to move to a point 3 inches from the latch, measured to the
                  leading edge of the door.


1.5        DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      A.   Inventory door hardware on receipt and provide secure lock-up for door hardware delivered to
           Project site.

      B.   Tag each item or package separately with identification coordinated with the final door hardware
           schedule, and include installation instructions, templates, and necessary fasteners with each item
           or package.

      C.   Deliver keys and permanent cores to Owner by registered mail or overnight package service.


1.6        COORDINATION

      A.   Coordinate layout and installation of floor-recessed door hardware with floor construction. Cast
           anchoring inserts into concrete. Concrete, reinforcement, and formwork requirements are
           specified in Division 03.

      B.   Installation Templates: Distribute for doors, frames, and other work specified to be factory
           prepared. Check Shop Drawings of other work to confirm that adequate provisions are made for
           locating and installing door hardware to comply with indicated requirements.

      C.   Security: Coordinate installation of door hardware, keying, and access control with Owner and
           security system(s) vendor(s).

      D.   Electrical System Roughing-In: Coordinate layout and installation of electrified door hardware
           with connections to power supplies and building safety and security systems.


1.7        WARRANTY

      A.   Special Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or
           replace components of door hardware that fail in materials or workmanship within specified
           warranty period.

           1.     Failures include, but are not limited to, the following:

                  a.     Structural failures including excessive deflection, cracking, or breakage.
                  b.     Faulty operation of doors and door hardware.
                  c.     Deterioration of metals, metal finishes, and other materials beyond normal
                         weathering and use.

           2.     Warranty Period: Three years from date of Substantial Completion, unless otherwise
                  indicated.

                  a.     Manual Closers: 20 years from date of Substantial Completion.
                  b.     Exit Devices: Three years for Mechanical units and One year for Electrical units
                         from date of Substantial Completion.



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1.8        MAINTENANCE SERVICE

      A.   Maintenance Tools and Instructions: Furnish a complete set of specialized tools and
           maintenance instructions for Owner's continued adjustment, maintenance, and removal and
           replacement of door hardware.

      B.   Maintenance Service: Beginning at Substantial Completion, provide six months' full
           maintenance by skilled employees of door hardware Installer. Include quarterly preventive
           maintenance, repair or replacement of worn or defective components, lubrication, cleaning, and
           adjusting as required for proper door and door hardware operation. Provide parts and supplies
           that are the same as those used in the manufacture and installation of original products.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        SCHEDULED DOOR HARDWARE

      A.   Provide door hardware for each door as scheduled on Drawings to comply with requirements in
           this Section.

           1.    Door Hardware Sets: Provide quantity, item, size, finish or color indicated, and products
                 equivalent in function and comparable in quality to named products.
           2.    Sequence of Operation: Provide electrified door hardware function, sequence of
                 operation, and interface with other building control systems indicated.

      B.   Designations: Requirements for design, grade, function, finish, size, and other distinctive
           qualities of each type of door hardware are indicated in Part 3 "Door Hardware Schedule"
           Article. Products are identified by using door hardware designations, as follows:

           1.    Named Manufacturers' Products: Manufacturer and product designation are listed for
                 each door hardware type required for the purpose of establishing minimum requirements.
                 Manufacturers' names are abbreviated in Part 3 "Door Hardware Schedule" Article.


2.2        HINGES

      A.   Hinges: BHMA A156.1. Provide template-produced hinges for hinges installed on hollow-
           metal doors and hollow-metal frames. NOTE: All hinges to be of bearing design, US26D finish.
           All Exterior exposed Hinges to be with Non-removable Pin feature. All Exterior and wet
           location hinges to be of non-ferrous metal.

           1.    Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                 offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                 the following:

                 a.     Bommer Hardware Corporation.
                 b.     Hager Companies – BASIS OF DESIGN –SIMILAR TO #BB1279
                 c.     McKinney Products Company; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
                 d.     Stanley Commercial Hardware; Div. of The Stanley Works.


2.3        CONTINUOUS HINGES




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      A.   Continuous Hinges: BHMA A156.26; minimum 0.120-inch- thick, hinge leaves with minimum
           overall width of 4 inches ; fabricated to full height of door and frame and to template screw
           locations; with components finished after milling and drilling are complete.

           1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                  offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                  the following:

                  a.     Hager Companies.
                  b.     IVES Hardware; an Ingersoll-Rand company.
                  c.     Select Products Limited.
                  d.     McKinney Products Company; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.


2.4        MECHANICAL LOCKS AND LATCHES

      A.   Lock Functions: As indicated in door hardware schedule.

      B.   Lock Throw: Comply with testing requirements for length of bolts required for labeled fire
           doors, and as follows:

           1.     Bored Locks: Minimum 1/2-inch latchbolt throw.
           2.     Mortise Locks: Minimum 3/4-inch latchbolt throw.
           3.     Deadbolts: Minimum 1.25-inchbolt throw.

      C.   Lock Backset: 2-3/4 inches , unless otherwise indicated.

      D.   Lock Trim:

           1.     Levers: Cast.

                  a.     Schlage “ND Series – SPA” 626 finish– BASIS OF DESIGN.

           3.     Operating Device: Lever
           4.     Escutcheons (Roses): Cast.
           5.     Dummy Trim: Match lever lock trim and escutcheons.

      E.   Strikes: Provide manufacturer's standard strike for each lock bolt or latchbolt complying with
           requirements indicated for applicable lock or latch and with strike box and curved lip extended
           to protect frame; finished to match lock or latch.

           1.     Flat-Lip Strikes: For locks with three-piece antifriction latchbolts, as recommended by
                  manufacturer.
           2.     Aluminum-Frame Strike Box: Manufacturer's special strike box fabricated for aluminum
                  framing.
           3.     Rabbet Front and Strike: Provide on locksets for rabbeted meeting stiles.

      F.   Bored Locks: BHMA A156.2; Grade 1; Series 4000.

           1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                  offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                  the following:

                  a.     Best Access Systems; Div. of Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.
                  b.     Sargent Architectural Hardware; an ASSA ABLOY Group company .



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                  c.     Medeco Security Locks, Inc.; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
                  d.     Schlage Commercial Lock Division; an Ingersoll-Rand company.
                  e.     Corbin Russwin Architectural Hardware; an ASSA ABLOY Group company .


      G.   Mortise Locks: BHMA A156.13; Security Grade 1; stamped steel case with steel or brass parts;
           Series 1000.

           1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                  offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                  the following:

                  a.     Accurate Lock & Hardware Co.
                  b.     Marks USA.
                  c.     Best Access Systems; Div. of Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.
                  d.     Sargent Architectural Hardware; an ASSA ABLOY Group company .
                  e.     Medeco Security Locks, Inc.; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
                  f.     Schlage Commercial Lock Division; an Ingersoll-Rand company.
                  g.     Corbin Russwin Architectural Hardware; an ASSA ABLOY Group company .


2.5        EXIT DEVICES AND AUXILIARY ITEMS

      A.   Exit Devices and Auxiliary Items: BHMA A156.3.

           1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                  offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                  the following:

                  a.     Corbin Russwin Architectural Hardware; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
                  b.     DORMA Architectural Hardware; Member of The DORMA Group North
                         America.
                  c.     Monarch Exit Devices & Panic Hardware; an Ingersoll-Rand company.
                  d.     Von Duprin Inc.; an Ingersoll-Rand company.


2.6        LOCK CYLINDERS

      A.   Lock Cylinders: Tumbler type, constructed from brass or bronze, stainless steel, or nickel silver.

           1.     Manufacturer: Same manufacturer as for locking devices.

      B.   Standard Lock Cylinders: BHMA A156.5; Grade 1; permanent cores that are interchangeable
           and removable; face finished to match lockset.

      C.   Construction Cores: Provide construction cores that are replaceable by permanent cores.
           Provide 10 construction master keys.


2.7        KEYING

      A.   Keying System:     Factory registered, complying with guidelines in BHMA A156.28,
           Appendix A. Incorporate decisions made in keying conference.




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           1.     Grand Master Key System: Change keys, a master key, a grand master key operate
                  cylinders.
           2.     Key all cylinders as required by key system defined in keying meeting.

      B.   Keys: Nickel silver.

           1.     Stamping: Permanently inscribe each key with a visual key control number as assigned
                  by system.

                  2.     Provide one extra key blank for each lock, and three copies of each master and
                         grand master.


2.8        SURFACE CLOSERS

      A.   Surface Closers: BHMA A156.4; rack-and-pinion hydraulic type with adjustable sweep and
           latch speeds controlled by key-operated valves and forged-steel main arm. Comply with
           manufacturer's written recommendations for size of door closers depending on size of door,
           exposure to weather, and anticipated frequency of use. Provide factory-sized closers, adjustable
           to meet field conditions and requirements for opening force.

           1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                  offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                  the following:

                  a.     Corbin Russwin; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
                  b.     DORMA Architectural Hardware; Member of The DORMA Group North
                         America.
                  c.     LCN Closers; an Ingersoll-Rand company.


2.9        MECHANICAL STOPS AND HOLDERS

      A.   Wall- and Floor-Mounted Stops: BHMA A156.16; polished cast brass, bronze, or aluminum
           base metal.

           1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
                  offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
                  the following:

                  a.     Architectural Builders Hardware Mfg., Inc.
                  b.     Rockwood Mfg., Co.
                  c.     IVES Hardware; an Ingersoll-Rand company.
                  d.     Stanley Commercial Hardware; Div. of The Stanley Works.


2.10       DOOR GASKETING

      A.   Door Gasketing: BHMA A156.22; air leakage not to exceed 0.50 cfm per foot of crack length
           for gasketing other than for smoke control, as tested according to ASTM E 283; with resilient or
           flexible seal strips that are easily replaceable and readily available from stocks maintained by
           manufacturer.




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        1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
               offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
               the following:

               a.     National Guard Products.
               b.     Pemko Manufacturing Co.; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
               c.     Sealeze; a unit of Jason Incorporated.


2.11    THRESHOLDS

   A.   Thresholds: BHMA A156.21; fabricated to full width of opening indicated.
        1.    Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
              offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,

               a.     National Guard Products.
               b.     Pemko Manufacturing Co.; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
               c.     Rixson Specialty Door Controls; an ASSA ABLOY Group company.
               d.     Sealeze; a unit of Jason Incorporated.


2.12    METAL PROTECTIVE TRIM UNITS

   A.   Metal Protective Trim Units: BHMA A156.6; fabricated from 0.050-inch- thick stainless steel;
        with manufacturer's standard machine or self-tapping screw fasteners.

        1.     Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers
               offering products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to,
               the following:

               a.     Baldwin Hardware Corporation.
               b.     Ives Hardware, an Ingersoll Rand Company.
               c.     Rockwood Manufacturing Company.


2.13    FABRICATION

   A.   Manufacturer's Nameplate: Do not provide products that have manufacturer's name or trade
        name displayed in a visible location except in conjunction with required fire-rated labels and as
        otherwise approved by Architect.

        1.     Manufacturer's identification is permitted on rim of lock cylinders only.

   B.   Base Metals: Produce door hardware units of base metal indicated, fabricated by forming
        method indicated, using manufacturer's standard metal alloy, composition, temper, and hardness.
        Furnish metals of a quality equal to or greater than that of specified door hardware units and
        BHMA A156.18.

   C.   Fasteners: Provide door hardware manufactured to comply with published templates prepared
        for machine, wood, and sheet metal screws. Provide screws that comply with commercially
        recognized industry standards for application intended, except aluminum fasteners are not
        permitted. Provide Phillips flat-head screws with finished heads to match surface of door
        hardware, unless otherwise indicated.




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2.14       FINISHES

      A.   Provide finishes complying with BHMA A156.18 as indicated in door hardware schedule.
           US26D Hinges and Locksets.

      B.   Protect mechanical finishes on exposed surfaces from damage by applying a strippable,
           temporary protective covering before shipping.

      C.   Appearance of Finished Work: Variations in appearance of abutting or adjacent pieces are
           acceptable if they are within one-half of the range of approved Samples. Noticeable variations
           in the same piece are not acceptable. Variations in appearance of other components are
           acceptable if they are within the range of approved Samples and are assembled or installed to
           minimize contrast.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        EXAMINATION

      A.   Examine doors and frames, with Installer present, for compliance with requirements for
           installation tolerances, labeled fire-rated door assembly construction, wall and floor
           construction, and other conditions affecting performance.

      B.   Examine roughing-in for electrical power systems to verify actual locations of wiring
           connections before electrified door hardware installation.

      C.   Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.


3.2        PREPARATION

      A.   Steel Doors and Frames: For surface applied door hardware, drill and tap doors and frames
           according to ANSI/SDI A250.6.


3.3        INSTALLATION

      A.   Mounting Heights: Mount door hardware units at heights to comply with the following unless
           otherwise indicated or required to comply with governing regulations.

           1.     Standard Steel Doors and Frames: ANSI/SDI A250.8.
           2.     Custom Steel Doors and Frames: HMMA 831.
           3.     Wood Doors: DHI WDHS.3, "Recommended Locations for Architectural Hardware for
                  Wood Flush Doors."

      B.   Install each door hardware item to comply with manufacturer's written instructions. Where
           cutting and fitting are required to install door hardware onto or into surfaces that are later to be
           painted or finished in another way, coordinate removal, storage, and reinstallation of surface
           protective trim units with finishing work specified in Division 09 Sections. Do not install
           surface-mounted items until finishes have been completed on substrates involved.

           1.     Set units level, plumb, and true to line and location. Adjust and reinforce attachment
                  substrates as necessary for proper installation and operation.




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           2.     Drill and countersink units that are not factory prepared for anchorage fasteners. Space
                  fasteners and anchors according to industry standards.

      C.   Hinges: Install types and in quantities indicated in door hardware schedule but not fewer than
           the number recommended by manufacturer for application indicated or one hinge for every 30
           inches of door height, whichever is more stringent, unless other equivalent means of support for
           door, such as spring hinges or pivots, are provided.

      D.   Intermediate Offset Pivots: Where offset pivots are indicated, provide intermediate offset pivots
           in quantities indicated in door hardware schedule but not fewer than one intermediate offset
           pivot per door and one additional intermediate offset pivot for every 30 inches of door height
           greater than 90 inches .

      E.   Lock Cylinders: Install construction cores to secure building and areas during construction
           period.

           1.     Replace construction cores with permanent cores as directed by Owner.
           2.     Furnish permanent cores to Owner for installation.

      F.   Thresholds: Set thresholds for exterior doors and other doors indicated in full bed of sealant
           complying with requirements specified in Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants."

      G.   Stops: Provide floor stops for doors unless wall or other type stops are indicated in door
           hardware schedule. Do not mount floor stops where they will impede traffic.

      H.   Perimeter Gasketing: Apply to head and jamb, forming seal between door and frame.

      I.   Meeting Stile Gasketing: Fasten to meeting stiles, forming seal when doors are closed.

      J.   Door Bottoms: Apply to bottom of door, forming seal with threshold when door is closed.


3.4        ADJUSTING

      A.   Initial Adjustment: Adjust and check each operating item of door hardware and each door to
           ensure proper operation or function of every unit. Replace units that cannot be adjusted to
           operate as intended. Adjust door control devices to compensate for final operation of heating
           and ventilating equipment and to comply with referenced accessibility requirements.

           1.     Spring Hinges: Adjust to achieve positive latching when door is allowed to close freely
                  from an open position of 30 degrees.
           2.     Electric Strikes: Adjust horizontal and vertical alignment of keeper to properly engage
                  lock bolt.
           3.     Door Closers: Adjust sweep period to comply with accessibility requirements and
                  requirements of authorities having jurisdiction.

      B.   Occupancy Adjustment: Approximately six months after date of Substantial Completion,
           Installer's Architectural Hardware Consultant shall examine and readjust each item of door
           hardware, including adjusting operating forces, as necessary to ensure function of doors, door
           hardware, and electrified door hardware.


3.5        CLEANING AND PROTECTION

      A.   Clean adjacent surfaces soiled by door hardware installation.



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      B.   Clean operating items as necessary to restore proper function and finish.

      C.   Provide final protection and maintain conditions that ensure that door hardware is without
           damage or deterioration at time of Substantial Completion.


3.6        DEMONSTRATION

      A.   Engage a factory-authorized service representative to train Owner's maintenance personnel to
           adjust, operate, and maintain door hardware and door hardware finishes. Refer to Division 01
           Section "Demonstration and Training."


END OF SECTION 087100




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