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					SPECIFICATION




MENTAL HEALTH
ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT
for

SOUTHERN DISTRICT
HEALTH BOARD

WAKARI HOSPITAL
DUNEDIN


PROJECT NO: 5068


29 JULY 2010



FOR TENDER
MENTAL HEALTH ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT                                                                        JOB NO. 5068
WAKARI HOSPITAL, DUNEDIN                                                                           Updated: 29 July 2010
for SOUTHERN DISTRICT HEALTH BOARD

PROJECT TEAM
CLIENT:                SOUTHERN DISTRICT HEALTH BOARD             Contact:       Mr Warren Taylor
                        201 Great King Street                                     Manager Building & Property Services
                        Private Bag 1921, DUNEDIN                                 Mobile: 027 220 4629
                        Tel: (03) 474 0999       Fax: (03) 474 7623               Email: warren.taylor@southerndhb.govt.nz
                                                                                 Mr Dave Williams
                                                                                  Project Administration
                                                                                  Mobile: 027 433 6271
                                                                                  Email:david.williams@southerndhb.govt.nz
                                                                                 Mr Mike Restall
                                                                                  Project Co-ordinator
                                                                                  DDI: (03) 470 9187      Extn: 9187
                                                                                  Mobile: 027 432 1670
                                                                                  Email: mike.restall@southerndhb.govt.nz


ARCHITECT:             MASON & WALES/ARCHITECTS LIMITED           Contact:       Mr Ashley Muir
                        46 York Place                                             Mobile: 021 333 077
                        P O Box 5455, DUNEDIN                                     Email: amuir@masonandwales.com
                        Tel: (03) 477 1096       Fax: (03) 477 7675              Mr Steve Gilbertson
                        Email: architects@masonandwales.com                       Email:sgilbertson@masonandwales.com


STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: HANLON AND PARTNERS LTD                      Contact:       Mr Bruce Chisholm
                      219 High Street, DUNEDIN                                    Email: bruce@hanlons.co.nz
                      Ph: (03) 477 7475          Fax: (03) 479 2597
                      Email: office@hanlons.co.nz

FIRE DESIGN            ASBIC CONSULTANTS LTD                        Contact:     Mr Bruce Collins
ENGINEER:               229 Flag Swamp Road, RD2                                  Mobile: 027 270 5885
                        Waikouaiti, DUNEDIN 9472
                        Ph: (03) 465 8255          Fax: (03) 465 8256
                        Email: office @asbic.co.nz

MECHANICAL PLUMBING AIRCOMM CONSULTANTS LTD                Contact:              Mr Glenn Hill
AND DRAINAGE         57 Leith Street                                              Email: glenn@aircomm.co.nz
ENGINEER:            PO Box 5326, DUNEDIN
                     Ph: (03) 471 9032    Fax: (03) 471 9036

ELECTRICAL SERVICES    PEDERSEN READ LTD                             Contact:    Mr Johathon Algie
ENGINEERS:              1st Floor, 121 Crawford Street                            Mobile: 021 396 030
                        PO Box 5258, DUNEDIN                                      Email: dnoffice@pedersen.co.nz
                        Ph: (03) 477 2333           Fax: (03) 479 0523           Mr Tony Ross
                        Email: dnoffice@pedersen.co.nz                            Email: tr.pedersen@ihug.co.nz

FIRE PROTECTION        FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERS LTD                  Contact:   Mr Graham Wyatt
SERVICES:                Ground Floor, 57 Leith Street
                         PO Box 5168, DUNEDIN
                         Ph: (03) 479 0799           Fax: (03) 479 0788
                         Email: fpe@xtra.co.nz

QUANTITY SURVEYOR:     To be advised

CONTRACTOR:            To be advised
SPECIFICATION
of
WORK AND MATERIALS
required in the
CONSTRUCTION
of
MENTAL HEALTH
ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT
for
SOUTHERN DISTRICT HEALTH BOARD
at
WAKARI HOSPITAL , DUNEDIN
in accordance with
this Specification and the Drawings

INDEX
PROJECT TEAM
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
NZS 3910: Conditions of Contract
for Building and Civil Engineering Construction

SPECIFICATION
 1. PRELIMINARY AND GENERAL
      refer Separate Document prepared by
      Southern District Health Board
  2. DEMOLITION
  3. EXCAVATION
      prepared by Hanlon and Partners Ltd.
 4. CONCRETE WORK
      prepared by Hanlon and Partners Ltd.
 5. STRUCTURAL STEELWORK
      prepared by Hanlon and Partners Ltd.
 10. REINFORCED CONCRETE MASONRY
       prepared by Hanlon and Partners Ltd.
 12. METAL WORK
 13. METAL WINDOWS AND DOORS
 14. CARPENTRY
 15. JOINERY
 16. ROOFING
 17. PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SERVICES
       prepared by AirComm Consultants Ltd.
 21. ELECTRICAL SERVICES
       prepared by Pederson Read Ltd.
 22. MECHANICAL SERVICES
       prepared by AirComm Consultants Ltd.
 23. FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES
       prepared by Fire Protection Engineers Ltd.
 24. SOLID PLASTER
 25. FIBROUS PLASTER
 29. FLOOR COVERINGS
 30. PAINTING
 34. GUARANTEES
 35. FIRE DESIGN REPORT
       prepared by Asbic Consultants Ltd.
 38. PRODUCER STATEMENTS
SCHEDULES
S1 SCHEDULE OF EXTERIOR MATERIALS,
    FINISHES AND COLOURS
S2 SCHEDULE OF INTERIOR MATERIALS,
    FINISHES AND COLOURS
S3 SCHEDULE OF DOOR HARDWARE


APPENDICES

APPENDIX A – SPACE LABEL ON DOOR FRAME
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SECTION 2 - DEMOLITION

2.1    GENERAL

2.1.1 General: Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General
and the General Conditions of Contract.

2.1.2 Standards: All demolition or removal work shall be carried out in accordance with
current Department of Labour Regulations, Local Body Requirements, the Construction Act
and Regulations, The N.Z. Building Code and the Health and Safety in Employment Act.

It is the Contractors sole responsibility to comply with all of these regulations and all other
relevant regulations.


2.2    EXTENT OF THE WORK

Demolition works in this contract includes the demolition and removal from the site of all
existing constructions and materials not required in the new work and necessary to make way
for the construction of the new work as drawn and specified.


2.3    SERVICES

The Contractor shall determine the location of all services on the site and services to adjoining
buildings and to other properties.

The Contractor shall protect and maintain the services to adjoining buildings and to other
properties.

The existing foul sewer, stormwater, gas and water services shall be sealed in accordance with
the Local Authority and Service Provider requirements, clearly marked and the ground surface
shall be reinstated to the same condition as existed before the work commenced.

All other services shall be stopped, sealed and demolished as necessary, in accordance with
Local Authority and Service Provider requirements.


2.4    PROTECTION

All adjoining footpaths and roadways shall be protected from damage and shall be cleaned
down regularly and as necessary to maintain the areas free for convenient access by Others
and to maintain a tidy appearance.

All existing buildings, materials and constructions to be retained shall be protected from
damage and kept watertight and secure during the course of the work and at completion of the
work.

The Contractor shall provide all necessary shores, struts, screens and other safety devices
which may be necessary to ensure safety. Any damage to buildings shall be made good by the
Contractor, by qualified tradesmen to standards approved by the Engineer.

The Contractor shall be liable for all costs associated with the reinstatement of damage to all
adjoining footpaths and roadways.




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                1 of 4
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2.5    DEMOLITION OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Refer to Hanlon & Partners Ltd Drawing Numbers 11658 Sheets S1-S3 for details of the extent
of demolition of the existing reinforced concrete.

The existing concrete is heavily reinforced. The Structural Drawings of the building, which was
built in 1956, are available for perusal at the Office of Hanlon & Partners Ltd.

Allow for all falsework necessary to support sections of the existing building which may be
undermined by demolition work. This falsework shall be maintained until the new structure
provides permanent support.

Falsework shall also be installed as necessary to prevent cut and broken sections of concrete
from falling on to structures below.

Cutting and breaking out methods shall ensure there is no damage to any part of the building
which is to remain.


2.6    AVOIDANCE OF NUISANCE

The Contract shall be carried out in such a manner as to cause the least possible
inconvenience to the Employer, the public and neighbouring property owners.

All demolition work shall be carried out by approved methods to ensure the maximum reduction
of the amount of dust and flying particles and the protection of the building work to be retained
on the site, the neighbouring buildings and the public.

All demolition work shall be carried out by approved methods to ensure the maximum reduction
of the amount of noise from the work to avoid nuisance.

The contractor shall take note of the types of activities in the adjoining area and shall stop work
or change the methods of work at the request of the Engineer.

No burning of rubbish or material will be permitted on site.


2.7    NOISE

All demolition work shall be carried out by approved methods to ensure the maximum reduction
of the amount of noise from the work to avoid nuisance.

The Contractor shall take note of the types of activities in the Plant and adjoining areas and
shall stop work or change the methods or work at the request of the Engineer.


2.8    SAFETY GUIDELINES

It is the Contractor’s responsibility to ensure that all work on site shall be carried out in
accordance with the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992.

The Contractor shall prepare a Health and Safety Plan for the site as well as Hazard
Identification for operations on site.


2.9    DUST

All demolition work shall be carried out by approved methods to ensure the maximum reduction
of the amount of dust from the work and to ensure that the dust is not transferred to the
existing building.
MENTAL HEALTH ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT                                                   DEMOLITION
WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  2 of 4
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If dust is likely to be generated due to the construction work, the Contractor shall prevent dust
generation by wetting the surface or by other approved methods.


2.10   ASBESTOS REMOVAL

All asbestos based insulation and materials in the area of work is to be identified. A written
report is to be submitted to the Architect on the results of the inspection.

All asbestos based materials are to be labelled as such and warning signs placed on doors into
areas where asbestos based materials are present.

All asbestos based materials shall be removed by approved Contractors experienced in the
removal of asbestos products using procedures which comply with the Department of Labour
Occupational Safety and Health Requirements.


2.11   WORKING HOURS

All work shall be carried out during periods which are acceptable to the Employer, the
occupiers of the adjoining buildings and the public. The hours of machinery operation for
undertaking the works shall be between 8.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Saturday and shall
exclude Sundays and public holidays. The working hours may be varied at the instruction of the
Architect at no cost variation if the work activities on the site cause nuisance and
inconvenience.


2.12   EXISTING FLOOR COVERINGS

Lift and remove the existing floor coverings to the rooms involved in the work, unless otherwise
noted. To all remaining rooms, protect the existing floor coverings from damage.


2.13   OWNERSHIP OF MATERIALS

All furniture and equipment in the building shall remain the property of the Employer.

All demolished building materials and items which are not required in the new work shall
become the property of the Contractor and shall be removed from the site unless otherwise
noted.

All loose furniture shall be removed from the Site by the Employer.


2.14   SALVAGED MATERIALS

The following materials, where not required in the new work, shall be salvaged and handed to
the Employer:


       Radiators
       Copper pipes
       Brass fittings and fixtures
       Stainless steel

The following materials shall be salvaged for reuse in the new work:

       Existing interior solid core doors and frames, and door hardware.
       Existing exterior hardwood decking and balustrades
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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                3 of 4
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All surplus salvaged materials not required in the new work shall become the property of the
Contractor and shall be removed from the site.


2.15   COMPLETION

At completion, demolished structures, including all walls, shall be removed down to existing
concrete floor slab with all projections cut off below the top surface of the slab.




MENTAL HEALTH ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT                                             DEMOLITION
WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                           4 of 4
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SECTION 12 - METAL WORK

12.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

The scope of the work in this Section includes the supply, fabrication, delivery to site and
erection of all metalwork and the supply and fitting of all bolts, nuts, washers and other fittings.


12.2   MATERIALS

12.2.1 General: All metals shall be of the best grades and qualities, suitable for the intended
purpose, free from defects, true to size and form and shall comply with the requirements of the
relevant New Zealand or British Standard.

12.2.2 Bolts: Bolts, nuts and washers shall be of the same material as that fastened. Bolts
shall be of sufficient length to provide a full length of threaded portion in the nut without
excessive projection beyond.

12.2.3 Proprietary Materials: All proprietary fittings and materials etc shall be of approved
manufacture and design.


12.3   FABRICATION

12.3.1 General: The dimensions of all metalwork shall be established by site measurement in
conjunction with the Drawings. Any difference in measurements as shown on the Drawings
shall be checked with the Engineer before proceeding.

All metalwork shall be assembled strictly in accordance with the Drawings and the
specifications. The accuracy shall be such that all parts shall fit together when erected without
straining or forcing. All sections shall be quite straight and shall be cut to correct length by
flame cutting and grinding, sawing or cropping. All lengths shall have ends finished flat and
square to the longitudinal centre line and all cuts shall be free from burrs.

As far as possible all work shall be completed in the workshop, only connections shown on the
drawings shall be done on the site.

12.3.2 Welding: All welding shall be carried out by skilled tradesmen and shall comply with BS
5135 Welding, Metal-arc, Carbon Steels. All welds shall be ground off where exposed.

All welds and metal surfaces of steelwork shall be ground smooth to provide perfectly smooth
surfaces as judged by running a finger over the surfaces of the metal and/or weld.


12.4   GALVANISING

All ferrous metal components where specified or where exposed to the atmosphere and water
penetration shall be heavily hot dip galvanised after manufacture. Where galvanising is
damaged during erection and in any other way, the damaged portion shall be thoroughly
cleaned to bare metal and well coated with zinc rich paint to approval. Welds to galvanised
materials shall be similarly treated.




MENTAL HEALTH ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT                                                   METAL WORK
WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                   1 of 2
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12.5   ERECTION

All metalwork shall be erected strictly in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications. The
accuracy shall be such that all parts fit together when erected without straining or forcing. All
sections shall be quite straight and securely fixed to remain free of movement.


12.6   PAINTING

All metalwork, unless encased in concrete or galvanised or chrome plated, shall after
fabrication, but before erection, be painted with one coat of approved inorganic zinc rich paint
to a dry film build of 65-75 microns by this contractor (See Specification, Section 30, Painting).
Before paint is applied metalwork shall be cleaned of all dust, rust and welding scale. After
erection make good any damage to priming. Finish painting where required will be done by
Painter.


12.7   DESK FRAMES

Construct welded frames to desks to Patient Areas 1-16 inclusive, Phone 1 and Phone 2, using
40 x 40 x 1.6 EW welded mild steel sections complete with all connectors. Welded frame to
Reception desk G07 Staff Hub shall be constructed using 25 x 25 x 1.6 EW welded mild steel
sections. Confirm sizes and positions of all frames before manufacture. Desk frames shall be
powdercoat finished in selected colour. Fix to wall framing with countersunk socket head coach
bolts powdercoated in colour to match frames.

Construct frame to Reception desk with proprietary adjustable feet, as shown.


12.8   EXTERIOR PIPE HANDRAILS

Construct welded mild steel pipe handrails to match existing adjoining pipe handrails and
galvanised after manufacture and fix in positions show and as detailed on the Drawings.




MENTAL HEALTH ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT                                                 METAL WORK
WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                 2 of 2
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SECTION 13 - METAL WINDOWS AND DOORS

13.1   GENERAL

13.1.1 General: Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General
and the General Conditions of Contract.

13.1.2 Scope: The work in this Section includes the design, supply, fabrication and installation
of aluminium framed exterior and interior windows and doors complete with glazing.

13.1.3 Performance: The Metal Window Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that the
work described in this Specification carried out to meet the terms of the Specification and to be
completed in every detail for the purpose designed. The lodging of a Tender by the Metal
Window Contractor carries with it the responsibility to finish all work which is reasonable and
necessary for completion of the installation notwithstanding any omission in the Specification.

13.1.4 Certificate: The Metal Window Contractor shall provide a certificate to the Architect
before the manufacturer of the exterior glazing systems certifying compliance with the
Performance Standards as specified in Clause 13.2, Standards below.

13.1.5 Site: The Metal Window Contractor shall inspect the site of the building and its
surroundings and ascertain the nature and extent of the work involved, the rights and interests
that may be interfered with and any other matter or thing which may influence the carrying out
of the work in its entirety and shall be deemed to have based the tender on such an inspection.

13.1.6 Shop Drawings: The Metal Window Contractor shall provide the Architect with prints of
shop drawings of the proposed windows and doors based on the following Schedule of Window
and Door sizes and measurements taken on site, for approval before the work proceeds.
Approvals shall not reduce the responsibility of the Metal Window Contractor to provide
windows and doors of the required performance and dimensions.

13.1.7 Compliance with Specification: The lodging of a Tender for the supply and fixing of the
windows and doors confirms that the complete window and door system is designed and
installed to meet the requirements of this Specification in all respects.


13.2   STANDARDS

All windows and doors shall be designed and manufactured in strict accordance with NZS
3504, Specification for Aluminium Windows; NZS 4203, General Structural Design and Design
Loadings for buildings; and NZS 4211, Performance of Windows and Amendments.
(a)    Design Wind Pressure – the Metal Window Contractor shall be responsible for the
       calculation of the Design Wind Pressure at the installation site but, in any case, the
       Design Wind Pressure shall not be less than 1100 Pa, the Ultimate Wind Pressure shall
       not be less than 1200 Pa and the Serviceability Wind Pressure shall not be less than
       460 Pa.

(b)    Overall Strength and Deflection – all windows and doors shall comply with the
       requirements of NZS 4211, Clause 10, Overall Strength and Deflection, with respect to
       positive and negative test pressures and the maximum deflection of the windows and
       doors.

(c)    Air Leakage – all windows and doors shall comply with the requirements of NZS 4211
       Clause 11, Air Leakage, with respect to air leakage. Air leakage performance shall be
       to Level 8 Standard.
MENTAL HEALTH ACUTE INPATIENT UNIT                                   METAL WINDOWS AND DOORS
WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                               1 of 13
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(d)    Water Leakage – all windows and doors shall comply with the requirements of NZS
       4211, Clause 12, Water Leakage.


13.3   MATERIALS

13.3.1 Aluminium: Aluminium sections shall be manufactured from HE 9 EP alloy conforming
to BS 1474, Aluminium, wrought, bars, sections.

All aluminium shall have Class 2 colour, powdercoat finish in selected colour.

13.3.2 Fastenings: Screws and lugs for assembly and fixing of metal windows shall be of
stainless steel. All accessible screw fixings shall be square drive or tamper resistant security
type.

13.3.3 Glazing Strip: Glass shall be held in metal frames with neoprene resilient glazing strip
and slip-in aluminium beads to match window frames.

13.3.4 Draught Strip: Draught strips shall be continuous mohair pattern fitted into extrusion
channel.

13.3.5 Flashings: Jamb, external and internal mullions trims, post trims and sill flashings shall
be formed as shown and shall be attached to the frame. Flashings shall be 0.6mm aluminium
in finish to match window and door frames. The flashings shall be supplied by the Metal
Window Manufacturer.


13.4   WINDOWS

13.4.1 Window Frames: The windows shall be constructed using Altherm 40mm Series or
Oakley Universal Commercial or equal approved aluminium frames suitable for double glazing
and shall be glazed with sloped glazing beads.

The aluminium frame sections shall be selected to meet the standards specified above and to
match, as closely as possible, the profile of the sections to adjoining existing windows and
doors, where applicable.

The mullions shall be of the least possible width compatible with the requirement to provide
sufficient strength for the window frame and shall be equally spaced unless otherwise noted.

The heads shall line with adjoining heads to windows and doors unless otherwise specified.

The sills shall incorporate a condensation channel with drains to the exterior.

13.4.2 Sliding Windows: Sliding windows shall be constructed using Altherm Slide master or
Oakley 40mm Commercial Universal or equal approved aluminium frames suitable for double
glazing and shall be glazed with sloped glazing beads.

The window frames shall be fitted continuous neoprene draught strips to jambs, head and
meeting stiles and an approved weather seal to sills.

The mullions shall be of the least possible width compatible with the requirement to provide
sufficient strength for the window frame and shall be equally spaced unless otherwise noted.

The heads shall line with adjoining heads to windows and doors unless otherwise specified.



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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                               2 of 13
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13.4.3 Security Access Windows: Opening sashes to security access windows shall be
constructed with mesh screens fixed within aluminium frames fixed to the inside face of the
window to completely cover the whole area of the opening and fitted with window winders.

Mesh screens shall be Richardson Pacific Ltd Code No. P166 (4.0mm diameter holes at
5.59mm centres), or equal approved, 3mm thick aluminium mesh, conceal fixed within 50 x 25
aluminium rectangular hollow section frames, as shown on the Drawings. The aluminium RHS
frame shall be conceal fixed.

The window winder shall be Lockwood Code No.877, or equal approved, Slimline window
winder with purpose-made tapered knob (in place of standard winder handle). All exposed
fixings shall be tamper resistant security-type.

All components shall be Powdercoat finished in colour to match aluminium window frame.

Construct sample security access window for approval, before ordering materials.

13.4.4 Window Liners:

The window frames shall be fitted with ex 25 H3 treated clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata
liners, unless otherwise noted, ready for the fixing of architraves and sill nosings by Others.

Windows W33 and W34 (with deep reveals) shall be fitted with 25mm thick BD Grade Pinus
Radiata plywood liners.

Windows W4, W14, W20, W20A, W21, W22 and W23 shall be fitted with ex40 H3 treated
clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata liners grooved for wall linings and mitred at corners.


13.5   DOORS

13.5.1 General: The top surface of the sills to the doors shall finish flush with the top surface
of the adjoining floor coverings.

Doors shall be fitted with continuous mohair draught strip to jambs, head and meeting stiles
and an approved weather seal to sills.

The transoms, unless otherwise noted, shall be 62mm high fixed with the top edge at height to
match existing adjoining transoms.

The heads and transoms to the doors shall be of exactly the same height and line with the
heads and transoms to the adjacent doors, unless otherwise specified.

13.5.2 Sliding Doors: Sliding doors shall be constructed using Oakley 39mm Commercial
Universal aluminium frames with 100mm head and sill sections and 62mm jamb sections
suitable for double glazing and shall be glazed.

Sliding doors shall incorporate concealed brush draft seal to bottom edge of door.

Automatic sliding doors shall be constructed with Fletcher Aluminium Atlantic Series aluminium
frames with 120mm head and sill sections and 86mm jamb sections suitable for double glazing
and shall be glazed.

The door frames, unless otherwise notes, shall be fitted with ex 25 H3 treated clear Dressing
Grade Pinus Radiata liners ready for the fixing of architraves by Others.

Supply and fix 0.6mm thick aluminium flashings and trims in powdercoat finish to match the
colour of the frames, heads, sills and jambs as shown and as necessary.

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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                               3 of 13
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13.5.3 Hinged Doors: Doors D29 and D46 shall be constructed with commercial grade
aluminium frames and fitted with ex 40 H3 treated clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata linings
grooved for wall linings and mitred at corners.

Refer to Specification Section 15 – Joinery for specification of door leafs.


13.6   EXTERIOR WINDOWS AND DOOR FRAMES AND INTERIOR SLIDING DOOR
       FRAMES TO G01 ENTRY

The Exterior Window and Door Frames and Interior Sliding Door Frames to G01 Entry shall be
constructed with aluminium frames and glazed.

The mullions shall be 100 x 50 Shopfront sections and shall be equally spaced unless
otherwise noted.

The transoms shall be 100 x 50 Shopfront and shall be equally spaced unless otherwise noted.
All transoms shall line with transoms to adjacent windows and doors.

The heads shall line with adjoining heads to windows and doors unless otherwise specified.

Supply and fix 0.8mm thick aluminium flashings and trims in powdercoat finish to heads, sills
and jambs as shown and as necessary.


13.7   INTERIOR GLAZED WALLS

Construct interior glazed walls using Ullrich Designer 1000 or „Sapphire‟ „Monz Suite‟ Partition
Systems complete with standard sill, side jamb and head sections to suit wall lining
specification all set out as shown on the Drawings.

Aluminium to interior glazed walls to G25 O.T./Lounge shall be heavy duty sections.

All sections shall be in powdercoat finish in selected colour, and shall be fitted up strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions and as detailed.

The walls shall be glazed with the glass types as scheduled and fixed in the frames with
neoprene gaskets.


13.8   INTERIOR GLAZED SLIDING DOORS

Door D27 to G25 O.T./Lounge shall be constructed with 60mm wide box-section aluminium
stiles and 100mm box section aluminium door head and sill section and shall be glazed with
10mm thick clear toughened safety glass.

Doors shall be fitted with continuous mohair draught strip to jambs, heads and meeting stiles.

The heads and transoms to the doors shall be of the same height as and line with the heads
and transoms to the adjacent windows.

The doors shall be mounted on Henderson, Pacer or equal approved, sliding door track
system, as detailed.

The doors shall be fitted on concealed heavy duty-roller guide system, without floor channel.

All sections and components exposed to view shall be powdercoat finished in selected colour.

Fit up strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions and leave in perfect
working order.
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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                               4 of 13
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13.9   FABRICATION AND ASSEMBLY

13.9.1 General: Windows and doors shall be constructed with complete aluminium frames and
shall be glazed.

13.9.2 Standards: Fabrication shall be carried out in the best workmanlike manner. Assembly
shall, as far as practical, be carried out under factory supervision and control. Members shall
be of sufficient strength for their purpose, they shall be neatly cut and accurately assembled in
such a way as to develop full strength requirements in all joints. All cut edges shall be
concealed.

13.9.3 Sizes: Finished frames shall be produced within a dimension tolerance not more than
plus or minus 2mm on outside dimensions of height and width. Frames shall be square and
without twists.

13.9.4 Assembly: Corners and joints shall be mechanically cut to mitre or butt together and be
screw fixed in keyways incorporated into the sections. All corner joints in frames shall be
perfectly square sealed with butyl mastic.

13.9.5 Fixing Brackets: Fixing brackets shall be in concealed positions and shall be attached
by concealed fastenings to frames. Brackets shall be located at 900mm maximum centres and
shall be of minimum section 25 x 2mm stainless steel.

13.9.6 Contact of Materials: Aluminium surfaces which will be placed in contact with dissimilar
metals (other than stainless steel) concrete, mortars or plastic shall be painted with a coating of
heavy bodied bituminous paint. Care shall be taken to ensure that no paint appears on the face
of the frames.

13.9.7 Fixings: All fixings shall be concealed.


13.10 FITTINGS AND HARDWARE

13.10.1 General: All fittings shall be removable for replacement or adjustment without
damaging frames. Plated or coated fittings not compatible with aluminium shall be insulated
with a suitable material.

13.10.2 Auto Sliding Doors: Auto sliding doors shall be fitted on sliding door gear including
tracks, rollers, guides, removable pelmets in matching finish and fixings designed for the size
and weight of the doors.

Doors D1 and D2 shall be fitted with Dorma Horizon or equal approved automatic door opener,
complete with microwave directional sensor activating control units fitted to both sides of the
doors to activate the doors, recessed into the ceiling or soffit, and removable aluminium
pelmets all in colour to match aluminium doors, as detailed and approved.

The sliding door gear shall be fitted strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed
instructions and the doors left in perfect working order.

The detectors shall permit activation in an adjustable range from 1M to 3M from the door.

Automatic self-opening doors shall incorporate a battery pack-up mechanism to operate the
doors for minimum of 8 operations in the event of a power failure.

Automatic self-opening sliding doors shall incorporate magnetic clamp locking mechanisms
concealed from view in pelmets and with controls interfaced with Security and Fire Alarm
systems. Refer to Specification Section 21, Electrical Services and Section 23, Fire Protection
Services.
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Doors as scheduled shall be fitted with fail safe facility to open in the event of a fire alarm and
in the event of a power failure.

All auto opening sliding doors shall be fitted with a push-button switch to open and then close
the doors fitted in an approved position to the interior side of the door and card reader access
to the exterior side of each door to activate the door.

Electrical outlets and connections shall be concealed from view in walls or in the aluminium
frame sections or in the pelmet to the door.

Refer to Specification, Section 21 – Electrical Services, Clause 21.44 Security Services. Allow
to co-ordinate with the work of the Security Services Subcontractor.

13.10.3 Window Stays: All opening sashes shall be fitted with Interlock 4-bar friction stays
selected and sized to suit the size and weight of each window sash, unless otherwise noted.

Stays to security access windows shall be selected to suit operation of window winder controls.

13.10.4 Window Fasteners: All hinged opening sashes, unless otherwise noted, shall be
fitted with “Black” wedgeless fasteners.

At top hung sashes handles of fasteners shall point towards the centre of the sash.

At casement sashes handles of fasteners shall point towards the floor. The top fastener shall
be fitted not more than 1.8M above the floor.

Where required by Regulation opening sashes to windows shall be fitted with - Interlock
Stainless Steel Restrictor Safety Stays (two per sash) screw fixed.

There shall be no window fasteners fitted to security access windows.

13.10.5 Sliding Door and Window Locks: All manual sliding doors and windows shall be
fitted with recessed flush bolts finished in the same colour as the frames to catch in sill track.

13.10.6 Door Hinges: Hinged doors shall be fitted on, four fixed pin 100mm 3-leaf aluminium
hinges in colour to match door frame per door. All screw fixings shall be square drive or tamper
resistant security type.

13.10.7 Door Handles and Lock Sets: All sliding doors unless otherwise noted, shall be fitted
with selected recessed door pulls to both sides of the door and purpose designed colour
matched locks and latches fitted at 900mm above the floor. Supply two keys per door lock.

Refer to Schedule S3, Schedule of Doors and Door Hardware.


13.11 GLAZING

13.11.1   General: Glass shall comply with NZS 4223, Parts 1, 2 and 3, Glazing in Buildings.

13.11.2 Glazing: All glass shall be weight-for-size or as specified and shall be fixed with
neoprene gaskets or tape and clip-in aluminium beads. All gaskets shall extend the full length
of all frames, be securely fixed and provide an air tight seal.

The supply and fixing of glass and glazing shall be carried out by skilled glaziers under the
control of the Metal Window Contractor who shall accept responsibility for this part of the work.

13.11.3 Double Glazing: Supply and fit Glass Tech, Insulating Glass clear glazed, sealed,
double glazing units to the windows and doors scheduled incorporating toughened glass
(weight for size) to both interior and exterior faces of double glazing units. The double glazing

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units shall be fitted strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions and shall
carry a 10 year printed guarantee against all construction and performance defects.

13.11.4   Glass:

(a) Clear Glass:               shall be clear float glass - weight for size.

    Schedule of Windows:       W64 – F01 Lobby
                               W65 – F20 Library/Resource/Students
                               W70 – F15 Charge Nurse Manager (new opening sash)

(b) Safety Glass:              shall be clear toughened float glass – weight for size, unless
                               otherwise noted. Glass to W8, W15, W19, W37 and D27 and
                               sidelights shall be 10mm thick clear toughed safety glass.

    Schedule of Windows:       W1 – G01 Entry
                               W2 – G04 Privacy
                               W6 – G11 Patient Area 1
                               W7 – G14 Patient Area 2
                               W8 – Phone 1 (Interior) – single glazing
                               W10 – G18 Staff/Nurses
                               W12 – G18 Staff/Nurses (excluding Armourclad spandrel panels)
                               W13 – G18 Staff/Nurses (excluding Armourclad spandrel panels)
                               W14 – G18 Staff/Nurses (excluding Armourclad spandrel panels)
                               W15 – G18 Staff/Nurses (Interior) – single glazing
                               W16 – G19 Office
                               W17 – G21 Patient Area 3
                               W18 – G24 Patient Area 4
                               W19 – G25 O.T. Lounge (Interior) – single glazing
                               W20 – G26 Lounge
                               W20A – G26 Lounge
                               W21 – G26 Lounge
                               W22 – G27 Whanau Lounge
                               W23 – G27 Whanau Lounge
                               W24 – G28 Whanau Flat/Patient Area 5
                               W25 – G31 Patient Area 6
                               W26 – G31 Patient Area 6
                               W27 – G32 Patient Area 7
                               W28 – G35 Patient Area 8
                               W29 – G35 Patient Area 8
                               W32 – G41 Client Laundry
                               W33 – G46 Patient Area 9
                               W34 – G49 Patient Area 10
                               W35 – G52 Patient Area 10
                               W36 – G56 Patient Area 12
                               W37 – Phone 2 (Interior) – single glazing
                               W38 – G58 Patient Area 13
                               W39 – G61 Patient Area 14
                               W40 – G62 Patient Area 15
                               W41 – G66 Patient Area 16
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    Schedule of Doors
    and Sidelights             D1 – G01 Entry
                               D2 – G01 Entry
                               D10 – G10 Dining/Lounge – single glazing
                               D27 – G27 O.T./Lounge (Interior) – single glazing

(d) Reflective Glass:          shall be 10mm thick Pilkington Grey Eclipse toughened

    Schedule of Windows:       Windows W9 – G16 Drug (with the reflective side to face G07
                               Staff Hub) – single glazing

(e) Obscure Glass:             shall be Glass Tech Double Glazing Insulating Glass units
                               incorporating Metro Glass Tech Milk white laminated safety glass
                               to inner plane and clear toughened glass to exterior pane, unless
                               otherwise noted.

    Schedule of Windows:       W25 – G30 Ensuite only
                               W28 – G33 Ensuite only
                               W30 – G37 Bathroom – single obscure glazing
                               W31 – G38 WC – single obscure glazing

(e) Double Glazing:            shall be Glass Tech Insulating Glass units incorporating clear
                               toughened safety glass unless otherwise noted.

    Schedule:                  all windows and doors to Ground Floor Level, unless otherwise
                               noted.

(f) (f) Spandrel Panels:       shall be Glass Tech Double Glazing Insulating Glass units
                               incorporating Pilkington Armourclad 6mm thick toughened safety
                               glass in selected colour to outer pane and clear toughened glass
                               to inner pane.

    Schedule of Windows:       W1 – G01 Entry (horizontal band)
                               W12 – G18 Staff/Nurses (spandrel panels)
                               W13 – G 18 Staff/Nurses (spandrel panels)
                               W14 – G 18 Staff/Nurses (spandrel panels)

    Schedule of Doors:         D1 – G01 Entry (horizontal band at door pelmet)
                               D2 – G01 Entry (horizontal band at door pelmet)


13.12 VISION LINES

Allow the Provisional Sum of $1,000.00 for the supply and fixing of adhesive film vision lines in
selected pattern to the following doors and windows:

Schedule of Windows:           W1 – G01 Entry
                               W8 – Phone1 (Interior)
                               W19 – G25 O.T./Lounge (Interior)
                               W37 – Phone2 (Interior)

Schedule of Doors:             D1 – G01 Entry (including sidelights)
                               D2 – G01 Entry (including sidelights)
                               D27 – G25 O.T./Lounge (including sidelights)


13.13 SCHEDULE OF WINDOWS AND DOORS

The sizes of windows and doors are scheduled below.
The width of windows marked * shall be calculated as a multiple of panes showing equal width
of clear glass measured between the aluminium sections.
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The width of each window and door is measured between the inside faces of the jamb
liners.

Head height is measured from the floor to the underside of the head liner.

Sill height is measured from the floor to the top surface of the sill.

Transom height is measured from the floor to the top edge of the transom section.

Mullion spacing is measured from the inside face of the jamb liner to the centreline of the
mullion section. Mullions shall be equally spaced or centred in frames unless otherwise
noted.

Where “Max” is noted, frames shall be constructed to the maximum possible size to
completely fill the available opening.

Where “Rebate” is noted, frames shall be set into a rebate in the concrete structure concrete
blockwork.

All dimensions shall be checked on the site and any variations shall be approved by the
Architect before the manufacture of the frames.

The heads of all adjacent windows and doors shall line up throughout the job unless otherwise
noted.

13.13.1 Schedule of Windows

* NOTE: Allow for width of aluminium sections to frames and mullions is calculation of width of
panes.

Window                               Sill    Width        Head      Notes
Ground Floor Level
W1 – G01 Entry                        –       Max         2.950     Shopfront. Vision line.
W2 – G04 Privacy                     600      800         2.200     Rebate. 200 high security sash
W3 – G10 Dining/Lounge                –        –            –       Existing
W4 – G10 Dining/Lounge                –        –            –       Existing
W5 – G10 Dining/Lounge                –        –            –       Existing
*W6 – G11 Patient Area 1             750     1.750        2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                    toplights. Security sash.
*W7 – G14 Patient Area 2             750     1.750        2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                    toplights. Security sash.
W8 – Phone 1 (Interior)               –       Max         2.200     Vision line.
W9 – G16 Drug (Interior)             930     1.100        2.200     Mirrored Glass
*W10 – G17 Admin                     750      850         2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                    toplights. Opening sash.
W11                                   –        –            –       –
W12 – G18 Staff/Nurses                –        –            –       Existing window frame. New
                                                                    glazing. Armourclad spandrels.
W13 – G18 Staff/Nurses                –        –            –       Existing window frame. New
                                                                    glazing. Armourclad spandrels.
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Window                               Sill    Width         Head       Notes
W14 – G18 Staff/Nurses                –       Max          Max        Transom to match existing.
                                                                      Equally spaced mullions.
                                                                      Armourclad spandrels.
W15 – G17 Admin                      930      Max         2.200
 (Interior)
*W16 – G19 Office                    750     1.750        2.600       Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                      toplights. Security sash.
*W17 – G21 Patient Area 3            750     1.750        2.600       Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                      toplights. Security sash.
*W18 – G24 Patient Area 4            750     1.750        2.600       Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                      toplights. Security sash.
W19 – G25 O.T./Lounge                 –       Max          Max        Vision line.
 (Interior)
W20 – G26 Lounge                      –       Max          Max        Transom at 850. 400 wide
                                                                      opening security sashes.
                                                                      Equally spaced mullions.
W20A – G26 Lounge                     –       Max          Max        Transom at 850. 400 wide
                                                                      opening security sash.
                                                                      Equally spaced mullions.

W21 – G26 Lounge                      –       Max          Max        Transom at 850. 400 wide
                                                                      opening security sash.
                                                                      Equally spaced mullions.
W22 – G27 Whanau                      –       Max          Max        Transom at 850. 400 wide
 Lounge                                                               opening security sashes.
                                                                      Equally spaced mullions.
W23 – G27 Whanau                      –       Max          Max        Transom at 850. 400 wide
 Lounge                                                               opening security sashes.
                                                                      Equally spaced mullions.
*W24 – G28 Whanau Flat               750      1.550        2.500      Rebate. Perfect square
                                            (Existing)   (Existing)   toplights. Security sash.
*W25 – G30/G31 Patient               750      1.550        2.500      Rebate. Perfect square
  Area 6                                    (Existing)   (Existing)   toplights. Central mullion.
*W26 – G31 Patient Area 6            750     1.550        2.500       Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                      toplights. Security sash.
*W27 – G32 Patient Area 7            750      1.550        2.500      Rebate. Perfect square
                                            (Existing)   (Existing)   toplights. Security sash.
*W28 – G33/G35 Patient               750      1.550        2.500      Rebate. Perfect square
  Area 8                                    (Existing)   (Existing)   toplights. Central mullion.
*W29 – G35 Patient Area 8            750      1.550        2.500      Rebate. Perfect square
                                            (Existing)   (Existing)   toplights. Security sash.
W30 – G37 Bathroom                    –         –            –        Existing window. Fix opening
                                                                      sash (closed). New glazing.
W31 – G38 W.C.                        –         –            –        Existing window – new glazing.
W32 – G41 Laundry                    900       850        2.275       Rebate. 200 high security sash.

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Window                               Sill    Width      Head      Notes
*W33 – G46 Patient Area 9            750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                  toplights. Security sash.
*W34 – G49 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  10                                                              toplights. Security sash.
*W35 – G52 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  11                                                              toplights. Security sash.
*W36 – G56 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  12                                                              toplights. Security sash.
W37 – Phone 2 (Interior)             ─       Max        2.200     Vision line.
*W38 – G58 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  13                                                              toplights. Security sash.
*W39 – G61 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  14                                                              toplights. Security sash.
*W40 – G62 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  15                                                              toplights. Security sash.
*W41 – G66 Patient Area              750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
  16                                                              toplights. Security sash.
W42 – G68 Large Interview            750     1.750      2.600     Rebate. Perfect square
                                                                  toplights. Security sash.
W43 – W54 Link                        –        –          –

First Floor Level
W55 – F01 Lobby                       –        –          –       Existing
W56 – F08 Nursing                     –        –          –       Existing
W57 – F09 Staff                       –        –          –       Existing
W58 – F09 Staff                       –        –          –       Existing
W59 – F10 Registrar                   –        –          –       Existing
W60 – F06 Male W.C.                   –        –          –       Existing
W61 – F05 Female W.C.                 –        –          –       Existing
W62 – F04 Shower                      –        –          –       Existing
W63 – F04 Shower                      –        –          –       Existing
W64 – F01 Lobby                  1.000       1.400      2.150     Central mullion. Opening sash.
W65 – F20 Library                1.150      Existing   Existing   New window. Equally spaced
                               (Confirm)                          mullions. Opening sashes.
W66 – F20 Library                     –        –          –       Existing
W67 – F18 Consultant                  –        –          –       Existing
W68 – F17 Consultant                  –        –          –       Existing
W69 – F16 Clinical                    –        –          –       Existing
W70 – F15 Charge                      –        –          –       Construct new opening sash
                                                                  within existing steel window
                                                                  frame.

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Window                               Sill    Width         Head       Notes
W71 – F13 Clinical                    –         –            –        Existing
W72 – F12 Social Worker               –         –            –        Existing
W73 – F12 Social Worker               –         –            –        Existing
W74 – F11 Store                       –         –            –        Existing

13.13.2 Schedule of Doors:
Door                             Width        Head       Notes
D1 – G01                             Max      Max        2 x equal width auto sliding doors
                                                         (2.2M high x 1.4M width opening)
                                                         incorporates glazed toplights and sidelight
                                                         panels. Armourclad to front of auto door
                                                         unit. Vision line.
D2 – G01 Entry (Interior)            Max      Max        2 x equal width auto sliding doors
                                                         (2.2M high x 1.4M width opening)
                                                         incorporates glazed toplights and sidelight
                                                         panels. Armourclad to front of auto door
                                                         unit. Vision line.
D9 – G10 Dining/Living                –         –        Existing sliding door and sidelights. Make
                                                         good to existing joinery.
D10 – G10 Dining/Living              Max      Max        2 x equal width manual sliding doors (2.0M
                                                         width opening). Incorporates equal width
                                                         glazed sidelight panels. Transom at height
                                                         to match existing.
D27 – G25 O.T./Lounge                Max      Max        2 x equal width manual sliding doors (2.1M
(Interior)                                               width opening). Incorporates equal width
                                                         glazed sidelight panels. Vision line.
D29 – G27 Whanau                     860      Max        Door frame only. Refer to Specification
Lounge                                                   Section 15 for door.
D46 – Dirty Laundry/Clinical     2/700        2.000      Door frame only. Refer to Specification
Waste                                                    Section 15 for door.


13.14 FIXING

The Metal Window Contractor shall sort windows and frames and carry to their respective
positions, assemble composites, place in position, bed frames with Silaflex MS and securely fix
in position as detailed.

All windows and doors shall be fitted up to the dimensions scheduled. Packing space at ends
of frames shall be of minimum possible size and no greater than 6mm or as shown to allow
frames to be constructed to maximum possible width.

Frames shall be set straight, plumb and level. Care shall be taken to ensure that frames are
not distorted during fixing.

Frames shall not be fixed into openings which are out of square or too small. The Contractor
shall be responsible for making good all tolerances. Joints between building openings and
frames shall be tightly caulked with butyl mastic.

Frames shall be fitted to line up throughout the work.
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13.15 EXISTING DOORS AND WINDOWS

Make good to existing metal windows and doors to remain as required by the alteration work,
and as scheduled below;

a) Repair existing sliding Door D9 and sidelights to G10 Dining/Lounge. Rectify damage to
existing door frame. Fit new track and rollers to sliding door. Remove existing door handles and
fit new approved recessed flush pulls.

b) Remove existing window lever handles to existing window W30 in G37 Bathroom. Fit flush
plugs to screw holes in white colour, and securely fix opening sash (closed). All fixings shall be
concealed or flush, tamper-proof security type.

c)   Construct new opening sash to existing steel-framed window W70 in F15 Charge Nurse.

(d) Remove existing door pull handles to interior face of the exisiting doors D44 in G40
Passage. Fit flush plugs to screw holes in colour to match door frames.

(e) Allow to retrofit existing windows W12 and W13 with double glazed window units or
construct new window frames incorporating double glazed window units.


13.16 PROTECTION

The Metal Window Contractor shall be responsible for the adequate protection of frames during
transit, storage on site and installation and until approved and accepted by the Contractor. The
Contractor shall be responsible for protection from approval to completion of the Contract.


13.17 CLEANING

The Metal Window Contractor shall be responsible for cleaning all glass and frames at the time
of acceptance by the Contractor.

The Contractor shall be responsible for final cleaning at completion of the Contract.


13.18 GUARANTEES

a) Window and Door Frames and Fittings

The Metal Window Contractor shall provide a printed guarantee for the Window and Door
Frames and Fittings for a period of five (5) years to the Contractor in accordance with the
General Conditions of Contract.

The guarantee comes into effect on the date of Practical Completion of the building and shall
provide a guarantee against defects in materials, workmanship, construction and performance
and shall include for the making good of resulting damage to structure and finishes caused by
the loss of weather tightness and the entry of wind or water.

b) Double Glazing

The Metal Window Contractor shall provide a printed guarantee for the double glazing units for
a period of ten (10) years to the Contractor in accordance with the General Conditions of
Contract.

The guarantee comes into effect on the date of Practical Completions of the building and shall
provide a guarantee against defects in materials, workmanship, construction and performance
and shall include for the making good of resulting damage to structure and finishes caused by
the loss of weather tightness and the entry of wind or water.
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SECTION 14 - CARPENTRY

14.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

All work shall be done in a workmanlike and the best and most approved trade manner in
accordance with The N.Z. Building Code and NZS 3604, Light Timber Framed Buildings.

Co-ordinate the work of all trades, cut or bore timber, provide and fix blocks and supports etc
all as necessary.


14.2   TIMBER

All timber shall be of the qualities and grades specified and shall conform to the requirements
of NZS 3631, National Grading Rules and NZS 3602:2003, Timber and Wood-based Products
for Use in Building.

Treated timbers shall be treated in conformity with NZ Timber Preservation Council
requirements and comply with MP3640. External and other timbers shall be pressure treated to
the appropriate NZ TPC Standards.

All framing timber shall be reduced to a moisture content not greater than 18%, dressed four
sides and eased.

All framing timbers shall be sized using the tables provided in NZS 3604:1999 amendment 2
for Pinus Radiata No. 1 framing/MSG 6 timber, Pinus Radiata VSG 8/MSG 8 timber, or Pinus
Radiata VSG 10/MSG 10 timber.

All finishing timbers shall be reduced to a moisture content not greater than 18% for exterior
use and 14% for interior use based on oven dry weight and machine dressed on four faces.
Internal timbers shall, in addition, be machine glass-papered to a smooth surface. Remove all
accessible defects to the satisfaction of the Architect.


14.3   SCHEDULE OF TIMBERS

All framing timbers shall be Pinus Radiata No. 1 Framing MSG 6, Pinus Radiata VSG 8/MSG 8
or Pinus Radiata VSG 10/MSG 10 timber unless otherwise specified treated in accordance with
NZS 3602:2003, Timber and Wood-based Products for Use in Building.

Alternative timber species may be considered if approved in writing by the local Territorial
Authority.

Location of                                                       Treatment       Durability
Timber                                                            Level           Performance

Floor Framing

Timber piles in ground:
       Pinus Radiata                                              H5              50 years
Deck timber framing (not protected from the weather):
       Pinus Radiata                                              H3.2            50 years
Ground Floor timber framing (not protected from the weather):
       Pinus Radiata                                              H3.2            50 years
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Location of                                                       Treatment   Durability
Timber                                                            Level       Performance

Floor Framing continued

Deck joists/posts:
       Pinus Radiata                                              H3.2        50 years

Decking

Unroofed decking:                                                 H3.2        15 years

Wall Framing

Timber wall framing in exterior walls:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H1.2        50 years
           Oregon Structural Grade                                H1.2        50 years
Timber wall framing in exterior walls with Hardiflex cladding:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H.3.1       50 years
Timber battens behind cladding to form cavity:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H3.1        50 years
Timber wall framing in enclosed decks/balconies:
       Pinus Radiata                                              H3.1        50 years
Timber wall framing in internal walls – load bearing:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H1.1        50 years
           Oregon Structural Grade                                –           50 years
Timber wall framing in internal walls – non-load bearing:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H1.1        15 years
           Oregon Structural Grade                                –           15 years
           Kiln dried Radiata Pine                                –           15 years

Roof Framing

Timber roof framing/roof trusses/purlins > 10˚ roof slope:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H1.1        50 years
           Oregon Structural Grade                                –           50 years
Timber enclosed flat roof framing/purlins < 10˚ roof slope
            Pinus Radiata                                         H3.1        50 years
Timber enclosed skillion roof framing/purlins > 10˚ roof slope:
           Pinus Radiata                                          H1.2        50 years
           Oregon Structural Grade                                H1.2        50 years
Timber enclosed skillion roof framing/purlins < 10˚ roof slope
           Pinus Radiata                                          H3.1        50 years
Timber valley boards/box gutters/flashing supports
           Pinus Radiata                                          H3.1        50 years
Timber supporting roof penetration flashings
           Pinus Radiata                                          H3.1        50 years
Timber upstands to roof decks
           Pinus Radiata                                          H3.1        50 years
Timber rafters/purlins to roofs with plywood sarking to
           Butynol                                                H3.1        50 years

Roof Sarking

Plywood roof sarking below Butynol roofing                        H3          50 years

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Location of                                                         Treatment       Durability
Timber                                                              Level           Performance

Ceiling Framing

Timber Ceiling Framing:
           Pinus Radiata                                            H1.1            50 years
           Oregon Structural Grade                                  –               50 years

Exterior Wall Linings/Finishing Timbers

Fascia/barge/coverboards/facings:
           Pinus Radiata                                            H3.1            15 years
External posts
           Pinus Radiata                                            H4              15 years

Interior Wall Linings

Plywood sheet bracing                                               –               50 years

Interior Finishing Timbers

All interior finishing timbers:
               Pinus Radiata                                        –               5 years
Timber reveals to Aluminium Windows and Doors:
               Pinus Radiata                                        H3.1            15 years


The Contractor shall ensure that all fixings, nails, screws, bolts, glues etc are compatible with
the treated timber or other timbers scheduled.


14.4   PRIMING

The painter shall prime all exterior timbers to be painted including external face, ends and butts
of finishing timbers, backs of frames and backs of any exterior finishing timbers which come in
contact with concrete or concrete block.


14.5   DAMP PROOF COURSE

Between all faces of framing timbers in contact with concrete or masonry work place a full
length and width damp proof course of 3-ply bituminous fabric.


14.6   EXISTING FLOOR FRAMING AND FLOORING

Make good to the existing floor framing and flooring as required by the alteration work to
ensure perfectly level surfaces ready for the fixing of flooring. Only new timber treated in
accordance with the timber schedule shall be used in any new work.


14.7   TIMBER WALL FRAMING

14.7.1 Existing Wall Framing: Make good to existing wall framing as required by the alteration
work to provide perfectly flat and true surfaces ready for the fixing of wall linings. Only new
timber treated in accordance with the timber schedule shall be used in any new work.

14.7.2 Wall Plates: Under all walls lay full width wall plates treated as scheduled in long
lengths, securely fixed with nail plates at junctions and joints, packed level and securely bolted

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down with 12mm diameter bolts at 900mm maximum centres. Top plates shall be securely
fixed with nail plates at joints and junctions and securely spiked to studs.

14.7.3 Framing: Set out and frame up walls as shown on the Drawings to provide rigid walls
true to line and plane. Wall framing shall be carried out using 100 x 50 timbers treated as
scheduled with 150 x 50 timbers treated as scheduled for walls over 3.6M high unless
otherwise noted, in conformity with NZS 3604, Light Timber Framed Buildings, a copy of which
will form part of this Specification.

Note: Framing shall be set out to suit thickness of wall linings to ensure that adjoining wall
surfaces finish in one plane.

At framed walls over 9M long, form control joints in the wall framing (double studs spaced
20mm apart) and wall lining (sheets spaced 15mm apart) using Rondo P35 control joints all
constructed and fitted strictly in accordance with the printed instructions included in the Gib Site
Guide.

Studs shall be spaced at 400mm maximum centres to suit set out of wall linings and fittings.

Provide blocking and support for sanitary fittings, joinery, window and door drapes, window
blinds, stair handrails etc as required.

14.7.4 Lintels: Lintels not otherwise noted shall be of the size required for the various spans in
accordance with NZS 3604, Light Timber Framed Buildings. Provide positive connection
between lintels and studs using 190mm Pryda Strapbrace fixed strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer's printed instructions.

14.7.5 Dwangs: Dwangs shall be the full depth of the studwork by 50mm thick and spaced at
1.0 M maximum centres and to suit wall linings and fittings.

14.7.6 Posts and Beams:        All concealed posts and beams shall be fixed with approved
proprietary nail plates.

All exposed posts and shall be in timber treated as scheduled and as shown and shall be fixed
with approved concealed proprietary galvanised mild steel brackets and plates cut into
concealed portions in the timberwork and fixed with galvanised mild steel flush fitted bolts,
washers and nuts.

14.7.7 Bracing: Bracing shall be 100 x 50mm timber treated as scheduled on edge or
proprietary galvanised steel angle bracing fixed diagonally across each partition between the
studs to provide rigid walls in accordance with NZS 3604, Light Timber Framed Buildings.

14.7.8 Straightening: All framing shall be straightened to finish true to line and plane before
linings are fixed.

14.7.9 Strapping: Strapping shall be ex 50 x 50, unless otherwise noted, No. 1 Framing Pinus
Radiata treated as scheduled, spaced from concrete and concrete masonry surfaces as
necessary with approved DPC, and in all cases packed level and securely fixed at centres to
suit wall linings.

Strapping to all exterior walls to the Ground Floor level shall be ex 75 x 75.

14.7.10 Cavity Battens: Cavity battens shall be H3.1 treated, 50 x 25 merchantable grade
Pinus Radiata fixed at centres to suit wall cladding.


14.8   ROOF FRAMING

Make good to existing roof framing as required in the area of the alteration work to provide
perfectly flat and true surfaces for the fixing of roofing.
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Frame up the roofs as shown on the Drawings and in accordance with NZS 3604, Light Timber
Framed Buildings for a 'Very High Wind Exposure', all securely fixed, notched, bolted and
braced to form perfectly flat and true planes ready for the fixing of roof coverings.

Roof trusses and the connections to their supports shall be designed by the Roof Truss
Manufacturer to NZS 4203 and NZS 3603. Details of the trusses and their connections along
with a Producer Statement signed by a Registered Structural Engineer shall be submitted to
the Engineer for approval prior to the commencement of manufacture of the trusses. In
applying NZS 4203 the truss designer shall use a Category 1 Building Classification and shall
increase the specified snow load by 20%.

Roof trusses shall be at 900 maximum centres.

Frame up around all openings in the roof as necessary. Cut diagonal 100 x 50 braces in
between rafters to each roof plane.

Roof framing to support plywood sarking to Butynol roofing shall be at 400mm centres
maximum with solid blocking at 400mm centres.


14.9    CEILING FRAMING

Make good to existing ceiling framing as required by the alteration work to provide perfectly flat
and true surfaces ready for the fixing of ceiling linings.

Frame up ceilings and bulkheads at heights shown on the Drawings with 100 x 50 ceiling joists
at 450mm max centres (or as necessary to provide free access above ceilings and fixing for
ceiling linings). All framing shall be fixed to plates securely fixed to the structure. Fix 100 x 50
droppers and runners as necessary to provide a rigid, flat structure.

Note: Framing shall be set out to suit thickness of ceiling linings to ensure that adjoining
ceiling surfaces finish in one plane.

At framed ceilings over 9M long, form control joints in the ceiling framing (double studs spaced
20mm apart) and ceiling lining (sheets spaced 15mm apart) using Rondo P35 control joints all
constructed and fitted strictly in accordance with the printed instructions included in the Gib Site
Guide.

Strap ceiling framing with Gib Ceiling Battens at 450mm max centres packed as necessary to
provide a perfectly flat and rigid surface ready for fixing ceiling linings.

Construct ceilings at heights shown on the Drawings using Gib Board suspended ceiling
system fixed to provide a perfectly flat and rigid surface ready for fixing ceiling linings, strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

Provide fixing in ceiling framing for recessed and pendant light fittings in positions shown.
Confirm exact position and type of fitting on site with the Architect before proceeding.


14.10 30/30/30 FIRE RATED WALL CONSTRUCTION

Construct walls, ceilings, floors where shown in Gib Board Fire Rated System Specification No
GBTL30b strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

Note: The walls shall be framed and lined full height from the floor to the underside of the slab
or roof over as applicable.

All penetrations in fire rated framed construction shall be constructed in accordance with the
Gib Publication “Penetrations and Closures in Gib Fire Rated Systems”.

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14.11 ACOUSTIC RATED WALL CONSTRUCTION

Construct acoustic rated walls in timber framing.

All penetrations in acoustic rated framed construction shall be constructed in accordance with
the Gib Publication “Penetrations and Closures in Gib Fire Rated Systems”.


14.12 EXTERIOR FINISHINGS

14.12.1 General:

Investigate and make good and/or replace any rotten finishing timbers, soffits, posts, beams
and decorative timbers in the existing building as required to provide sound weathertight
surfaces ready for painting.

Replace existing exterior finishing timbers as necessary to match size and profile of existing
finishings exactly. Only new timber treated in accordance with the timber schedule shall be
used in any new work.

Fix all exterior finishing timbers as necessary for the weatherproof, neat and satisfactory
completion of the work. All timber shall be treated as scheduled.

14.12.2 Fascia Boards: Fascia Boards shall be Pinus Radiata treated as scheduled to the
sizes shown, fixed in long lengths, mitred at corners and bevel cut at longitudinal joints and
securely nailed in position. Prime all cut ends immediately after installation.


14.13 EXTERIOR LININGS

14.13.1 General: Make good to all existing exterior walls where affected by the alteration work
and finish to match existing adjoining surfaces.

14.13.2 Building Paper: Fix Gib Framegard II, Tyvek or similar approved building paper to
cover the whole exterior surface of the timber framed walls. The building paper shall be lapped
300mm at sheet joins, be securely fixed and left free from tears.

The building paper shall return the full depth of the framing at all external door and window
openings and shall have self adhesive corner and sill membrane flashings all fitted strictly in
accordance with the New Zealand Building Code E2/ASI.

14.13.3 Hardiflex: Line the external wall areas where shown with 6mm Hardiflex sheet fixed
strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

The joints between the Hardiflex sheet wall lining shall be set out to as shown.

14.13.4 Hardibacker Sarking: Cover the whole of the exterior timber frame to be plastered
with 4.5mm Hardibacker fixed on H3.1 treated 50 x 25 merchantable grade Pinus Radiata
battens. The Hardibacker shall be set out in large sheets, nail fixed strictly in accordance with
the manufacturer's printed instructions.

Sheet joints shall be set out to the same layout on the control joints for the plasterwork.

Control joints shall be formed in approved positions at 4M max centres horizontally and
vertically to ensure 10 square metre max of wall area.

A control joint shall be formed on at least one side of every opening, at each floor level and at
changes in direction of the supporting framework. Ensure that the sheet joints are in line with
the control joints to the plaster.
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Fix Duroid Heavyweight Greenwrap or similar approved building paper to cover the whole
exterior surface of the sarked walls. The building paper shall be lapped 300mm at sheet joins,
be securely fixed and left free from tears.

14.13.5 Soffit Lining: Line soffit to Entry Porch with 12mm clear face grade CHH Clearline
TuffPly Elite-Line Soffit Lining showing even spaced V-grooves across the surface in full length
sheets fixed parallel to the spouting and centred across the soffit with all end joints covered
with 40 x 12 battens to setout shown and with V-grooves lining through.

14.13.6 Plywood: To roof areas to receive Butynol roofing, fix 19mm thick H3 CAA waterborne
preservative treated CPD construction plywood laid with the ply face grain at right angles to the
supports with 3mm gaps between sheets. Fix with No. 10 x 45 stainless steel screws at 100mm
centres to sheet edges and 150mm centres across the face of the sheets. Fix 50mm high
tanalised Pinus Radiata fillets at all internal corners and from 20mm radius edge at external
corners. Leave all surfaces ready for fixing Butynol roofing by Others. Refer Specification,
Section 16, Roofing.

The plywood sarking shall be laid to a minimum pitch of 1.5 degrees across the whole area to
comply with the NZBC E2/A1.

The plywood sarking shall be fixed strictly in accordance with the Butynol roofing
manufacturers written instructions to comply with all warranty conditions.


14.14 WINDOWS AND DOORS

14.14.1 General: Take delivery of all exterior windows and interior and exterior doors and fix
in position with flashings at head, jambs and sill all as detailed and in accordance with best
trade practice. Seal all round exterior of frame and as necessary with Silaflex MS sealant in
colour to match wall finish and leave weathertight.

The heads of adjacent exterior windows and doors and interior doors shall line up unless
otherwise noted.

All fixings shall be concealed. Nail fixing of timber window and door reveals shall not be
permitted.

The top edge of the sills to exterior doors shall finish flush with the adjoining floor coverings.

14.14.2 Cavity Sliding Doors: Fit up the following scheduled Doors on Timberform CS Cavity
Slider concealed door gear, as manufactured by Cavity Sliders Ltd, strictly in accordance with
the manufacturer‟s printed instructions and leave in perfect working order.

       Schedule of Cavity Sliding Doors

       Door No.        Room
       D8              G09 Kitchen/Servery
       D13             G12 Ensuite
       D14             G13 Ensuite
       D23             G22 Ensuite
       D24             G23 Ensuite
       D30             G28 Whanau Flat
       D31             G29 Ensuite
       D33             G30 Ensuite
       D36             G34 Ensuite
       D37             G33 Ensuite
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       Door No.       Room
       D47            G41 Client Laundry
       D48            G43 Sluice
       D52            G47 Ensuite
       D53            G48 Ensuite
       D57            G53 Ensuite
       D60            G55 Ensuite
       D63            G59 Ensuite
       D68            G60 Ensuite
       D70            G63 Ensuite
       D72            G67 Ensuite

Refer to Specification, Section 15 Joinery, Clause 15.9.7 Solid Core Flush Doors – Melteca
Finish – Cavity Sliding.

14.14.3 Acoustic Bifold Door: Supply and fit up Transpace Spaceseal 503 STC 47 acoustic
rated bifold single stack bifold screen, with lead panel fixed by trolley, to Door D28 between
G26 Lounge and G27 Whanau Lounge, on Space System II recessed track.

Panels shall be faced with 12mm thick MDF Board with Melteca veneer in selected colour and
finish. Aluminium trim shall be powdercoat finished in selected colour.

Install bifold screen strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions and leave
in perfect working order.


14.15 FLASHINGS

All flashings shall be constructed to the sizes and falls as described in NZBC E2 Table 7.

All flashings shall be constructed in materials to comply with NZBC E2 Table 20 “Materials
Selection” and Table 21 “Compatibility of Materials subject to Runoff”.

Supply and fix 0.6mm aluminium flashings to aluminium framed doors and windows in
powdercoat finish to match door and window colours.

Supply and fix 0.6mm Colorsteel Endura flashings in selected colour at all other locations.

All flashings shall be neatly fitted as detailed and in accordance with best trade practice, true to
line, and watertight.

The flashings to the roof are specified in Specification, Section 16, Roofing.


14.16 SKYLIGHTS

Supply Velux Model FCM Code no. 4646, 1289 x 1289 low pitch skylights complete with Velux
EDW (metal roofs) flashings, frames, glazing and hardware. Fix strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer‟s printed instructions and leave in perfect working order.


                Model                    - FCM
                                         - Fixed – low pitch skylights
                Size                     - 1289 x 1289
                Glazing                  - Double glazed, clear


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Location         Model          Control          Glass                             No.

G08 – Lounge/    FCM            Fixed            Clear – double glazed             20
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The reveals to the skylights shall be formed with Gib Board linings with heads and jambs
constructed perpendicular to the roof plane and sills constructed to a vertical plane.


14.17 INSULATION

14.17.1 Walls: Insulate all external timber framed walls, to the ground floor with R2.8
fibreglass insulation Batts fixed tightly between the timber framing members to completely
cover the whole exterior wall surface of the building.

Where walls to be insulated with fibreglass batts are unlined on one side, fit lacing wires at
500mm centres to provide support.

14.17.2 Roofs and Ceilings: Insulate all external timber framed roof and/or ceiling areas with
R3.6 fibreglass insulation Batts fixed tightly between the timber framing members to completely
cover the whole roof and/or ceiling area of the building.

Insulation to rooms with acoustic partitions shall be fitted to completely cover the whole ceiling
area.

14.17.3 Sound Control Insulation – Walls: Insulate the whole area of the acoustic partitions
shown on the Drawings with 100mm thick „Silencer‟ fibreglass insulation Batts fixed tightly
between the timber framing members to completely cover the whole wall surface.

14.17.4 Sound Control Insulation – Ceilings: Insulate the whole area of the ceilings extending
2.0M either side of the wall between G26 Lounge and G27 Whanau Lounge with 100mm thick
„Silencer‟ fibreglass insulation Batts fixed tightly between the timber framing members to
completely cover the whole ceiling surface.

14.17.5 Blockwork/Concrete Walls: Insulate the whole interior face of all exterior concrete
walls to the Ground Floor level with 75mm thick R1.8 fibreglass Batts cut to fit tightly between
timber wall strapping member to completely cover the whole exterior wall surface of the
building.


14.18 INTERIOR WALL LININGS

14.18.1 General: All wall surfaces to the existing rooms involved in the work shall be relined,
or made good all as necessary to provide perfectly flat surfaces ready for painting.

14.18.2 Demolition: Remove all existing wall linings, trim, etc as necessary ready for the
application of new wall linings and/or make good to existing wall linings ready for painting.

14.18.3 Sequence of Work: Line all exterior walls which are to be plastered on the exterior
face with the interior wall linings before commencing the application of exterior plaster
surfaces.

14.18.4 Fibrous Plaster: Refer to Specification, Section 25, Fibrous Plaster.

14.18.5 Gib Board: Line all internal walls, unless otherwise specified, with 13mm Gib Board
glue and screw fixed and jointed strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed
instructions.

Fit Rondo P35 Control Joint to all Gib Board lined walls equally spaced at 9M max centre along
the length of the wall strictly in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

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External and internal corners at wall/ceiling junctions shall be formed, stopped up and finished
to perfectly straight lines.

There shall be no mouldings at the internal wall or ceiling junctions otherwise otherwise noted.

Fit perforated metal angles in single lengths at all external corners.

Stop up and finish all Gib Board to Gib Board Finish Level 5.

14.18.6 Gib Aqualine: Line all internal walls scheduled with 13mm Gib Aqualine glue and
screw fixed and jointed strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.

External and internal corners at wall/ceiling junctions shall be formed, stopped up and finished
to perfectly straight lines.

There shall be no mouldings at the internal wall or ceiling junctions otherwise otherwise noted.

Fit perforated metal angles in single lengths at all external corners.

Stop up and finish all Gib Aqualine to Gib Board Finish Level 5.

14.18.7 30/30/30 Fire Resistance Rated Walls: Line walls shown on the Drawings with one
layer of 13mm Gib Board both sides of framing fixed and jointed strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer's printed instructions to provide one hour fire resistance rating in accordance with
Winstones Specification GBT30b and Penetrations and Closures in Gib Fire Rated Systems
Specification.

To Fire Rated Walls to be finished with 12.5mm Ecoply gooved plywood dado or 12.5mm
Fibrous Plaster lining, substitute the 13mm Gib Board lining specified above with:

      (a)      12.0mm Plygroove dado fixed over 10mm Gib Fyreline; and
      (b)      12.5mm Fibrous Plaster fixed over 9mm Plywood

Fit perforated metal angles in single lengths at all external corners.

External and internal corners at wall/ceiling junctions shall be formed, stopped up and finished
to perfectly straight lines.

Stop up and finish all Gib Board Fyreline to Gib Board Finish Level 5.

Fire Rated Walls shall be lined full height to the underside of the slab or roof over as
applicable.

14.18.8 Sound Control Walls: Acoustic sound control walls show on the Drawings shall be
lined as scheduled, with linings glued and screwed strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer‟s printed instructions and sealed in accordance with Gib Noise Control Systems
Specification for Penetrations in Noise Control Systems.

Sound Rated Walls shall be lined full height to the underside of the slab or roof over as
applicable.

14.18.9 Plygroove Dado: Line walls scheduled with 12mm thick CHH Ecoply “Plygroove”
grooved plywood in full sheets showing even spaced V-grooves across the surface of the
sheets including at joins, nail and glue fixed vertically showing surface of the wall, strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

Plygroove linings to dados shall be fixed continuous 9mm thick Plywood packing strips glue
and nail fixed to wall framing members across the whole surface of the wall.


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14.18.10 9mm Plywood: Line walls scheduled with 9mm thick 5-ply Plywood, unless otherwise
noted, glue and nail fixed in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions across the
whole surface at the wall as a substrate for Fibrous Plaster wall linings.

All walls with high impact cavity sliding doors shall be lined with 12mm thick 5-ply Plywood as a
substrate for 12.5mm Fibrous Plaster linings.

14.18.11 12mm MDF/12mm Plywood: Line walls scheduled with 12mm thick MDF Board on
12mm thick 5-ply Plywood, glue and nail fixed in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed
instructions across the whole surface of the wall, and leave ready for fixing of vinyl wall
coverings.

14.18.12 4mm MDF Thinline/12mm Plywood: Line walls as scheduled with 4mm thick Thinline
MDF Board on 12mm thick 5-ply Plywood, glue and nail fixed in accordance with the
manufacturer‟s printed instructions across the whole surface of the wall, and leave ready for
fixing of vinyl wall coverings.

14.18.13 MDF Board: Line walls to Dirty Laundry/Clinical Waste Store with 9mm MDF Board
sheets set out in large sheets to approval with 2mm gap and light V-joints at sheet junctions, all
fixed in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.


14.19 INTERIOR CEILING LININGS

14.19.1 General: All ceiling surfaces to the rooms involved in the work shall be relined, or
made good all as necessary to provide perfectly flat surfaces ready for painting.

14.19.2 Demolition: Remove all existing ceiling linings, trim, etc as necessary ready for the
application of new ceiling linings and/or make good to existing ceiling linings ready for painting.

14.19.3 Gib Board: Line all ceilings unless otherwise specified, with 13mm Gib Board glue
and screw fixed and jointed strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.

Line ceilings to G26 Lounge and G27 Whanau Lounge with two layers of 13mm Gib Noiseline

Internal and external corners at wall/ceiling and ceiling/ceiling junctions shall be formed,
stopped up and finished to perfectly straight lines.

There shall be no mouldings at the internal wall/ceiling junctions unless otherwise noted.

Fit perforated metal angles in single lengths at all external corners.

Stop up and finish all Gib Board to Gib Board Finish Level 5.

14.19.4 Gib Aqualine: Line all ceilings to the following scheduled rooms with 13mm Gib
Aqualine glue and screw fixed and jointed strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed
instructions.

Internal and external corners at wall/ceiling and ceiling/ceiling junctions shall be formed,
stopped up and finished to perfectly straight lines.

There shall be no mouldings at the internal wall/ceiling junctions unless otherwise noted.

Fix perforated steel angles in single lengths to all external corners.

Stop up and finish all Gib Aqualine to Gib Board Finish Level 5.

       Schedule of Gib Aqualine Ceilings
       G12            Ensuite
       G13            Ensuite
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       Schedule of Gib Aqualine Ceilings
       G22            Ensuite
       G23            Ensuite
       G29            Ensuite
       G30            Ensuite
       G33            Ensuite
       G37            Bathroom
       G41            Client Laundry
       G43            Sluice
       G44            Cleaner
       G47            Ensuite
       G48            Ensuite
       G53            Ensuite
       G55            Ensuite
       G59            Ensuite
       G60            Ensuite
       G63            Ensuite
       G67            Ensuite

14.19.5 MDF Board: Line ceilings to Dirty Laundry/Clinical Waste Store with 9mm MDF Board
sheets set out in large sheets to approval with 2mm gap and light V-joints at sheet junctions, all
fixed in accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.


14.20 SUSPENDED CEILINGS

Supply and fix suspended ceilings to the rooms shown.

The ceiling grid shall be a seismic resistant, exposed rail two-way grid pre-finished off-white to
match existing, as supplied by Donn Pacific Ltd and shall be erected in accordance with the
requirements of NZ Building Code, C/AS1, NZS 4203, and PW 81/10/1 Code of Practice and
with the manufacturer's printed instructions to form a neatly finished perfectly flat and true
plane.

The tiles shall be 1200 x 600, 15mm thick, mineral fibre white prefinished infill panels, to match
existing.

Allow to make good to all suspended ceiling grids to remain.

Replace all stained or otherwise damaged ceiling tiles with new tiles to match existing.


14.21 INTERIOR FINISHINGS

14.21.1 Cornices: Supply and fix at all Ground Floor Level wall/ceiling junctions (unless
otherwise noted) 50 x 15 Fibrous Plaster cornice moulding all tightly fitted at corners and joints
and all true to line.

Fix ex 50x20 H3.1 treated clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata cornice batten to the following
scheduled rooms.




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       Schedule of Timber Cornices
       All Ensuites
       G41 Client Laundry
       G43 Sluice
       G44 Cleaner

There shall be no cornices fitted to storage cupboards including Patient Store, Store, OT Store,
Clinic Store and Cleaner Store.

Refer to Specification, Sections 25 Fibrous Plaster, Clause 25.6 Cornice Moulding.

14.21.2 Skirtings: Supply and securely screw fix 85mm x 12mm bevel edged clear Dressing
Grade Pinus Radiata skirtings to the profile shown in long lengths, bevel cut at joints, mitred at
corners and scribed at internal corners to all wall/floor junctions.

       Schedule of Rooms

       Patient Store
       O.T. Store
       Clinic Store
       Linen 1
       Linen 2
       Store

14.21.3 Skirting Batten: Supply and securely screw fix ex 50 x 12 clear Dressing Grade Pinus
Radiata batten with bottom edge 150mm above the floor ready for the fixing of vinyl or carpet
flooring by Others to the following scheduled rooms.

       Schedule of Rooms
       G02             Waiting
       G04             Privacy
       G08             Lounge/Activities
       G09             Kitchen Servery
       G10             Dining/Lounge
       G11             Patient Area 1
       G14             Patient Area 2
       G15             Copy
       G16             Drug
       G17             Admin
       G18             Staff/Nurses
       G19             Office
       G20             Tea
       G21             Patient Area 3
       G24             Patient Area 4
       G25             O.T./Lounge
       G26             Lounge
       G27             Whanau Lounge
       G28             Whanau Flat/Patient Area 5
       G31             Patient Area 6
       G32             Patient Area 7
       G35             Patient Area 8
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       Schedule of Rooms
       G36            Quiet/Interview
       G38            WC
       G39            Passage
       G40            Passage
       G46            Patient Area 9
       G49            Patient Area 10
       G50            Treatment
       G51            Lobby 3
       G52            Patient Area 11
       G54            Interview
       G56            Patient Area 12
       G57            Lobby 4
       G58            Patient Area 13
       G61            Patient Area 14
       G62            Patient Area 15
       G65            Lobby
       G66            Patient Area 16
       G68            Large Interview
       G69            Lobby 7
       ─              Phone 1
       ─              Phone 2

14.21.4 Architraves: Supply and securely screw fix clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata
window architraves to the profiles shown and as detailed neatly fitted to all window and door
openings. Architraves shall be in single lengths, mitred at corners and fixed securely to the
following scheduled rooms.

       Schedule of Rooms
       G04            Privacy
       G11            Patient Area 1
       G14            Patient Area 2
       G17            Administration
       G19            Office
       G21            Patient Area 3
       G24            Patient Area 4
       G28            Whanau Flat/Patient Area 5
       G30            Ensuite
       G31            Patient Area 6
       G32            Patient Area 7
       G33            Ensuite
       G35            Patient Area 8
       G37            Bathroom
       G38            WC
       G41            Client Laundry
       G46            Patient Area 9


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       Schedule of Rooms
       G49            Patient Area 10
       G52            Patient Area 11
       G56            Patient Area 12
       G58            Patient Area 13
       G61            Patient Area 14
       G62            Patient Area 15
       G66            Patient Area 16
       G68            Large Interview

14.21.5 Sill Nosings: Supply and securely screw fix clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata
window sill nosings to the profile shown and as detailed to all window openings. Nosings shall
be in single lengths, mitred at corners, returned at ends and fixed neatly and securely.

14.21.6 Dado Rails: Supply and securely screw fix ex 50 x 12 clear Dressing Grade Pinus
Radiata dado rails to the profile shown with bottom edge 1.2M above the floor, in long lengths,
bevel cut to joints, mitred at corners and fixed securely all true to line to all rooms with ground
plywood dados:

       Schedule of Rooms
       G02            Waiting
       G04            Privacy
       G08            Lounge/Activities
       G09            Kitchen Servery
       G10            Dining/Lounge
       G11            Patient Area 1
       G14            Patient Area 2
       G15            Copy
       G16            Drug
       G17            Admin
       G18            Staff/Nurses
       G19            Office
       G20            Tea
       G21            Patient Area 3
       G24            Patient Area 4
       G25            O.T./Lounge
       G26            Lounge
       G27            Whanau Lounge
       G28            Whanau Flat/Patient Area 5
       G31            Patient Area 6
       G32            Patient Area 7
       G35            Patient Area 8
       G36            Quiet/Interview
       G38            WC
       G39            Passage
       G40            Passage
       G46            Patient Area 9
       G49            Patient Area 10

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       Schedule of Rooms
       G50            Treatment
       G51            Lobby 3
       G52            Patient Area 11
       G54            Interview
       G56            Patient Area 12
       G57            Lobby 4
       G58            Patient Area 13
       G61            Patient Area 14
       G62            Patient Area 15
       G65            Lobby
       G66            Patient Area 16
       G68            Large Interview
       G69            Lobby
       ─              Phone 1
       ─              Phone 2


14.22 JOINERY

Take delivery of all joinery cabinets, benches, shelving, etc and fix neatly, secretly and securely
into position.

Benches shall be fitted up on site tight against wall linings with clear neoprene bead fitted at
wall junction.


14.23 HARDWARE

(a)    General Hardware

Allow the Net Sum of $5,000.00 for the supply only of selected hardware, for example, joinery
furniture, toilet paper holders, soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers, towel hooks, rubbish
bag holders, etc.

Take delivery of the hardware and fit up on the job as instructed.

(b)    Door Hardware

Refer to Specification, Schedule S3, Schedule of Door Hardware

Provide Master Key System for the whole building.

The lock cylinders and keys shall be supplied by the Employer.

Take delivery of the hardware and fit up on the job as instructed.

All locks to fire exit doors or doors on a fire egress route shall comply with New Zealand
Building Code Section C/AS1, Clause 3.17.2.


14.24 TELEPHONES

Refer to Specification, Section 21 – Electrical Services.


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Supply and install conduits and drawer wires through floors and walls as required by the
installer for the wiring. All wiring and conduits shall be concealed.

Advise installer when the building is ready to install cabling.


14.25 SECURITY AND SMOKE ALARM SYSTEM

Refer to Specification, Section 21 – Electrical Services.

Allow to co-operate with a Separate Contractor regarding the installation of a Security and
Smoke Alarm System.

Supply and install conduits and draw wires through floor and walls as required for the
installation of the cabling. All wiring and conduits shall be concealed.


14.26 CAVITY BEHIND APPLIANCES

Construct cavity in wall framing thickness behind all sanitary fittings and appliances for the
installation of pipes etc to enable appliances to be fitted with the front face flush with the
adjoining wall or joinery surfaces.


14.27 CONCEALED CEILING ACCESS HATCHES

Supply Rondo Concealed Standard Ceiling Access Hatches as scheduled and fit up strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

     Schedule of Ceiling Access Hatches

     Room              Size                   Type                Number

     G08               450 x 450              Standard            2
     G41               450 x 450              Standard            1


14.28 DECKS

Frame up decks as drawn with evenly spaced H3.2 treated Pinus Radiata floor joists at 400mm
max centres.

Construct new decking where shown using salvaged Hardwood decking, to match existing
adjoining deck.

Decking shall be fitted n single lengths except at long decks where boarding shall be in 3M
min. long lengths with end joints tightly butted and irregularly staggered. Decking shall be fixed
with 65mm x 10g galvanised steel annular grooved jolt head (Rose head) nails to finish flush
with the decking.

Balustrades shall be constructed where shown using salvaged Hardwood timber, to match
existing adjoining balustrade.


14.29 MIRRORS

Supply 1.0mm thick Corus New Zealand Ltd, or equal approved, 304 Grade “Super Mirror”
polished stainless steel mirrors of the sizes shown with all edges ground and polished. Fix
mirrors to wall with approved adhesive.

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14.30 APPLIANCES

Take delivery of all appliances scheduled as supplied by the Employer and install in
accordance with the manufacturers printed instructions.

Room No.     Room Name               Appliance                           Supplied By
G08          Lounge/Activities       Water Cooler                        Employer

G09          Kitchen/Servery         Microwave                           Employer
                                     Dishwasher                          Employer
                                     Fridge                              Employer
                                     Fridge (with integrated door kit)   Employer
                                     Boiling Water Unit                  Contractor/Plumber

G11          Patient Area 7          Fridge                              Employer
                                     Microwave                           Employer


G14          Patient Area 2          Fridge                              Employer
                                     Microwave                           Employer

G16          Drug                    Fridge                              Employer

G20          Tea                     Fridge                              Employer
                                     Boiling Water Unit                  Contractor/Plumber

G25          O.T./Lounge             Fridge (with integrated door kit)   Employer
                                     Range                               Employer
                                     Rangehood                           Employer

G26          Lounge                  Flatscreen TV                       Employer

G27          Whanau Lounge           Fridge (with integrated door kit)   Employer
                                     Range                               Employer
                                     Rangehood                           Employer

G41          Client Laundry          Tub                                 Employer
                                     Washing Machine (with detergent     Employer
                                     dispenser)
                                     Clothes Dryer                       Employer

G50          Treatment`              Fridge                              Employer

F09          Staff Room              Fridge                              Employer
                                     Boiling Water Unit                  Contractor/Plumber
                                     Range                               Employer
                                     Range Hood                          Employer


Allow to connect up all appliances with concealed pipe runs fixed within the wall framing to
enable appliances to be fixed flush with the finished wall surface and leave in perfect working
order.


14.31 GRAB RAILS

Supply and fix 32mm diameter grab rails with circular flange fixing plates and flange covers in
satin stainless steel finish to rooms scheduled and as detailed.


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       Schedule of Rooms

       G03     WC
       G12     Ensuite
       G37     Bathroom
       G63     Ensuite


14.32 IRONING BOARD

Supply and fix one Robinhood ICBRD retractable Ironing Board and ICCON console unit, or
equal approved, to G41 Client Laundry as shown and leave in perfect working order.


14.33 HAND RAILS

Supply Warner Futura “Edinburgh” fences including handrails and balustrades and all fittings in
powdercoat finish in selected colour and fit to new exterior steps and Landing at Whanau
Lounge in the position shown on the Drawings.


14.34 CONCRETE PAVING AT ENTRY

The concrete paving outside the Entry shall be constructed to the levels and falls as shown on
the Drawings.

The concrete paving shall have an exposed aggregate finish.

These slabs shall be formed and finished using the integral mixing method to give an exposed
river gravel finish.

The Contractor shall supply details of the mix to be used and submit a sample of the finished
surface to the Architect for prior approval.

The concrete shall be placed, vibrated, screeded and bullfloated to leave approximately 2mm
of cement paste over the aggregates.

After partial curing this paste shall be washed off to expose the aggregate.

The slabs shall then be cured by laying Hessian sheets lapped and well fixed down at the
edges, and retained in place for 48 hours in saturated condition.

After curing a mild acid wash (50% hydrochloric acid) may be applied to remove any remaining
cement paste.

The surface shall be thoroughly washed.


14.35 PAVING

Allow to make good to all footpaths and paved areas as affected by the work.


14.36 DRUG SAFE

Allow to take delivery of Drug Safe from the Employer and install in G16 Drug Room in position
shown.

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14.37 LOCKERS

Supply and fix steel lockers as manufactured by Europlan Industries Limited, or similar
approved, finished in Dulux Duralloy 9022 White colour to F09 Staff Room, as shown.

Lockers shall be 1.8M high (450mm high stacked four high), 450 deep and 300 wide and shall
be supplied complete with interior shelf and hanging rail, camlock and two keys per locker.

Lockers shall be fitted with name tag holders to each door in powdercoat finish and colour to
match the lockers.


14.38 BEDSCREEN CURTAIN AND TRACK

Supply and install Mactrac Pro SC2, or equal approved, aluminium ceiling mounted bed screen
track in White powdercoat finish, to G50 Treatment in position shown.

Neatly cut through bottom edge of every second nylon ring guide, to approval.


Curtain shall be supplied by Others as arranged by the Employer.


14.39 CURTAINS AND BLINDS

14.39.1 Curtains – Patient Bedrooms: Supply and install curtains to the rooms scheduled
below and to the following specification:

     Item                      Specification

     Curtain Fabric            James Dunlop Textiles “FR-One Secure” in selected colour.
     Liner Fabric              100% Polyester (low flammability)
     Track                     Mactrac Set 10 Model C71B in White colour

Curtain tracks shall be face fixed with square-drive tamper-proof screw fixings.

Neatly cut through the bottom edge of every second nylon ring guide, to approval.

Curtains shall be fabricated with pencil pleat heading, triple pocket tape with separate tape to
polyester lining, with plastic hooks spaced 150mm apart, flat sewn using cotton thread (not
nylon)) to 80% fullness width and extending to 100mm below top edge of window sill.

     Schedule of Rooms

     Room No.         Room Name

        G11           Patient Area 1
        G14           Patient Area 2
        G19           Office
        G21           Patient Area 3
        G24           Patient Area 4
        G26           Lounge
        G27           Whanau Lounge
        G28           Whanau Flat/Patient Area 5
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     Room No.         Room Name

     G31              Patient Area 6
     G32              Patient Area 7
     G35              Patient Area 8
     G46              Patient Area 9
     G49              Patient Area 10
     G52              Patient Area 11
     G56              Patient Area 12
     G58              Patient Area 13
     G61              Patient Area 14
     G62              Patient Area 15
     G66              Patient Area16

14.39.2 Curtains – All Other Patient Areas:        Supply and install curtains to the following
specification:

     Item                      Specification

     Curtain Fabric            James Dunlop Textiles “FR-One Luna” in selected colour.
     Liner Fabric              100% Polyester (low flammability)
     Track                     Mactrac Set 10 Model C71B in white colour

Curtain tracks shall be face fixed with square-drive tamper-proof screw fixings.

Neatly cut through the bottom edge of every second nylon ring guide, to approval.

Curtains shall be fabricated with pencil pleat heading, triple pocket tape with separate tape to
polyester lining, with plastic hooks spaced 150mm apart, flat sewn using cotton thread (not
nylon)) to 80% fullness width and to 100mm below top edge of window sill.

     Schedule of Rooms

     Room No.         Room Name

     G04              Privacy
     G68              Large Interview

14.39.3 Window Blinds: Supply and install Luxaflex “Rollershade” blinds, or equal approved
roller blinds, in “Black” colour complete with stainless steel operating chains, to the following
glazed windows and doors to the following scheduled rooms:

     Schedule of Window Blinds

     Room No.         Room Name                       Notes

     G04              Privacy
     G10              Dining/Lounge
     G16              Drug                            Interior window W9
     G18              Staff / Nurses                  Including Interior window W15


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      Room No.         Room Name                         Notes

      G26              Lounge
      F08              Nursing
      F09              Staff Room
      F10              Registrar
      F12              Social Worker
      F13              Clinical Nursing Specialist
      F15              Charge Nurse
      F16              Clinical Psychologist
      F17              Consultant Psychiatrist 1
      F18              Consultant Psychiatrist 2
      F20              Library/Resources/Students

14.39.4     Existing Curtain Rails: Remove existing curtain rails to First Floor Level rooms.


14.40 SIGNAGE

Allow the Provisional Sum Allowance of $2,000.00 for interior signage.

Provide all fixings for fixed signage as necessary.

Allow to supply and fix all other signage, including signs for fire egress complying with F8 of the
New Zealand Building Code, as required for the issue of Code Compliance Certificate.


14.41 WHITE BOARDS

Take delivery of Whiteboards as specified in Specification, Section 15, Joinery and fit in
positions shown on the Drawings.

Schedule of Whiteboards

Room      Room Name             Wall         Height to       Height to     Width       Notes
No.                                          Bottom          Top
G07       Staff Hub             East         900             2.200         1.400
G16       Drug                  North        1.100           2.000         1.000       Pen Shelf
G17       Admin                 West         ―               ―             ―           By Employer
G17       Admin                 North        ―               ―             ―           By Employer
G18       Staff/Nurses          South        1.000           1.900         1.350
G19       Office                South        1.000           1.900         1.350
G50       Treatment             West         1.000           1.900         700         Pen Shelf
G68       Large Interview       South        1.000           1.900         1.350       Pen Shelf
F08       Nursing               South        1.000           1.900         1.350       Pen Shelf
F10       Registrar             West         1.000           1.900         1.350       Pen Shelf
F12       Social Worker         East         1.000           1.900         700
F16       Clinical              North        1.000           1.900         700
          Psychologist
F17       Consultant 1          North        1.000           1.900         700
F18       Consultant 2          North        1.000           1.900         700
F20       Library               South        1.000           1.900         1.350



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14.42 PINBOARDS – TYPES A AND B

Take delivery of Pinboards as specified in Specification, Section 15, Joinery and fix in positions
shown on the Drawings.

Schedule of Pinboards – Type A

Room      Room Name            Wall          Height to       Height to     Width       Notes
No.                                          Bottom          Top
G02       Waiting              East          900             2.200         2 x 700     Perspex front
                                                                                         panels
G08       Lounge/Activities    West          900             2.200         3 x700      Perspex front
                                                                                         panels
G08       Lounge/Activities    West          900             2.200         2 x 700     Perspex front
                                                                                         panels
G08       Lounge/Activities    North         900             2.200         5 x 700     Perspex front
                                                                                         panels

Schedule of Pinboards – Type B

Room      Room Name            Wall          Height to       Height to     Width       Notes
No.                                          Bottom          Top
G11       Patient Area 1       North         900             1.900         900
G14       Patient Area 2       North         900             1.900         900
G21       Patient Area 3       South         900             1.900         900
G24       Patient Area 4       West          900             1.900         900
G28       Patient Area 5       North         900             1.900         900
G31       Patient Area 6       North         900             1.900         900
G32       Patient Area 7       North         900             1.900         900
G35       Patient Area 8       North         900             1.900         900
G46       Patient Area 9       East          900             1.900         900
G49       Patient Area 10      East          900             1.900         900
G52       Patient Area 11      North         900             1.900         900
G56       Patient Area 12      East          900             1.900         900
G58       Patient Area 13      East          900             1.900         900
G61       Patient Area 14      East          900             1.900         900
G62       Patient Area 15      North         900             1.900         900
G66       Patient Area 16      North         900             1.900         900
F20       Library/Seminar      South         1.000           1.900         1.350


14.43 VERTIFACE PIN BOARD

Supply and fix Autex Composition, or equal approved, 10mm thick pin board with Vertiface
acoustic wall covering in fine velour finish and in selected colour, bonded to south wall of G25
OT/Lounge as shown on the Drawings.


14.44 WORKSTATIONS AND FURNITURE

Workstations and furniture shall be supplied by Others, as arranged by the Employer.

Allow to co-operate with the supplier for the installation of the Workstations and furniture.



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14.45 DISPLAY SHELF RAIL

Supply and install Hamilton Perry display shelving wall channel in baked enamel finish to North
wall of G16 Drug, in selected colour and in position shown on the Drawings. Plastic storage
bins shall be supplied by others.


14.46 NEW PAVILIONS

Allow the Provisional Sum Allowance of $50,000.00 for the construction of a new Smoker‟s
Pavilion, Non – Smoker‟s Pavilion and BBQ area.


14.47 FIRE HOSE REEL CABINET

Fit up proprietary recessed fire hose reel cabinet in G51 Lobby 3 as shown. Proprietary fire
hose reel cabinet shall be supplied with fire hose reel and cabinet only (no door).

Construct cabinet doors and frames.

The door frames shall be ex 150 x 50 clear Dressing grade Pinus Radiata grooved for linings,
constructed with mitred corners and fitted with ex 40 x 12 planted stops, with bottom edge of
frame at 900mm above floor level.

The doors shall be a 38mm thick solid core flush panel 600 x 600mm approximate size doors,
to suit fire hose reel cabinet, faced with selected Melteca veneer to all faces.

Hang doors on one pair of aluminium heavy duty fast fix hinges in satin silver anodised finish.

Fix 50mm high computer cut self-adhesive vinyl lettering in selected colour and in Helvetica
Medium typeface reading “FIRE HOSE REEL”, centred on front face of the fire hose reel
cabinet door and Door D7.

The installation of the fire hose reels shall be in accordance with NZS 4503.


14.48 DOOR LABELS

Supply and install engraved laminated plastic door labels to top of door frame jamb to each
new and existing door, as shown. Refer to Appendix A – Space Label on Door Frame.

Schedule of Space numbers for labels is to be confirmed by the Employer.




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SECTION 15 - JOINERY

15.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.


15.2   STANDARDS

Joinery shall be soundly constructed in accordance with best trade practice.

All timber shall be of the qualities and grades specified and shall conform to the requirements
of NZS 3631, National Grading Rules and NZS 3602:2003 Timber and Wood-based Products
for Use in Building.

All timber shall be selected to match the colour of the adjoining timber.

All timber shall be machine dressed on four faces and all surfaces exposed to view shall be
machine glasspapered to a smooth finish. Remove all accessible arises, all rough or uneven
patches and other surface defects to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

All timber shall be seasoned and reduced to a moisture content of 14% based on oven dry
weight.


15.3   MATERIALS

15.3.1 Timbers: All joinery timbers shall be as specified of the qualities and grades specified
and, where applicable, shall conform with NZS 3631, National Grading Rules.

All adjoining timbers to be natural finished shall be exactly grain and colour matched.

15.3.2 Particle Board: Shall be Customwood MDF Board, or similar approved, of the thickness
specified.

15.3.3 Fastenings: Nails, screws, bolts and other fastenings shall be the best of their
respective kinds, be galvanised for exterior work or as otherwise specified or detailed. Lengths
and gauges shall be in accordance with sound trade practice. Wood screws shall comply with
NZS 841, Wood Screws. Corrugated fasteners shall not be used.

15.3.4 Glue: Wood glue shall comply with BS 4071, Adhesives - polyvinyl acetate for wood.
Glues for laminated plastic shall be ICI synthetic resin syrup and hardener for large areas and
ICI synthetic resin and gap filler powder for edges. Glues shall be used strictly in accordance
with the manufacturer's printed instructions.


15.4   PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT

Treated timbers shall be treated and branded in accordance with NZS 3602:2003, Timber and
Wood-Based Products for Use in Building.

All Pinus Radiata timber used in the work shall be preservative treated.


15.5   FINISH

All timber shall be machine dressed on four faces and all surfaces exposed to view shall be
machine glasspapered to smooth finish. Remove all accessible arrises, all rough or uneven
patches and other surface defects to the satisfaction of the Engineer.
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Stopping shall be coloured to match where not covered by paint. Exposed knots, twists, checks
and woolly grain will not be permitted.


15.6   MOISTURE CONTENT

All timber shall be seasoned either in the open air or in an approved kiln by approved
processes and shall be reduced to a moisture content of 14% based on oven dry weight. Kiln
dried timber shall be treated in conformity with NZS 632, Kiln Drying of Timber. Joinery shall be
adequately stored and protected so as to be retained at the prescribed moisture content after
delivery to the site. Where considered necessary, moisture tests shall be carried out prior to
manufacture prior to delivery and before fitting on the site. The cost of such tests shall be
borne by the material supplier or the Joiner as the case may be.


15.7   DOOR FRAMES

15.7.1 Exterior Door Frames: The exterior door frames are specified in Specification, Section
13, Metal Windows and Doors.

15.7.2 Interior Door Frames - Timber: Construct interior door and tall cupboard door frames,
unless otherwise noted, from ex 150 x 50 clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata grooved for
linings and fitted with ex 40 x 12 planted stops.

Door frames to the First Floor Level shall be ex 150 x 40 clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata.

15.7.3 Security Door Frames – Steel: Refer to Specification, Section 15, Joinery, Clauses
15.9.3, 15.9.4 and 15.9.5 Security Doors.

15.7.4 Cavity Sliding Door Frames – Aluminium: Refer to Specification, Section 15, Joinery,
Clause 15.9.7 Cavity Sliding Doors.

15.7.5 Fire Rated Door Frames: Refer to Specification, Section 15, Joinery Clause 15.9.6 Fire
Rated Doors.


15.8   EXTERIOR DOORS

15.8.1 Flush Door: Doors D29 and D46 shall be 38mm thick solid core flush panel door with
exterior grade paint grade facing and fitted with 9mm solid timber clashing strips glued to both
vertical edges.

15.8.2 Door Hinges: Hang Doors D29 and D46 on 1 1/2 pairs of Ingersol Rand 100 x 75
button tip ball bearing butt fixed pin hinges.


15.9   INTERIOR DOORS

15.9.1 Solid Core Flush Doors – Timber Veneer: Doors shall be 38mm thick standard solid
core flush panel doors faced with clear Dressing Grade Pinus Radiata ply facings and fitted
with two clashing strips.

Hang doors on 1½ pairs of 90mm Satin Chrome loose pin butt hinges.

15.9.2 Solid Core Flush Doors – Melteca finish: Doors shall be 38mm thick solid core flush
panel doors faced both sides with selected Melteca veneer and edged with selected silver
anodised aluminium edge trip showing 10mm wide to both vertical edges of door and finishing
flush with Melteca face of the door.

Hang doors on 1½ pairs of Ingersol Rand HJSS75FP 100 x 75 button tip satin stainless steel
fixed pin butt hinges.
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15.9.3 Security Doors – Solid Core Flush Doors – Melteca Finish: Interior doors shall be
Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or equal approved, 40mm minimum thickness, solid core flush panel
doors faced both sides with selected Melteca veneer and edged with selected silver anodised
aluminium edge trim showing 10mm wide to both vertical edges of door and finishing flush with
the Melteca face of the door.

All other edges to the doors shall be faced with Melteca.

The doors shall be fixed in Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or equal approved, J4 type 2-part 1.6mm
thick electroglavanised pressed steel frame in selected powder coat finish incorporating R2
softened corner to frame and recessed Euroseal SM/Acoustic seals all round, unless otherwise
noted, fixed to wall structure with countersunk, tamper-proof security type screw fixings in
powdercoat finish to match door frame.

Hang doors on two pairs of Ingersol Rand HJSS75FP 100 x 75 button tip satin stainless steel
fixed pin butt hinges.

15.9.4 Security Doors – Solid Core Flush Doors – Melteca Finish – Vision Panels: Interior
doors shall be Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or equal approved, 40mm minimum thickness, solid
core flush panel doors faced both sides with selected Melteca veneer and edged with selected
silver anodised aluminium edge trim showing 10mm wide to both vertical edges of door and
finishing flush with the Melteca face of the door.

All other edges to the door shall be faced with Melteca.

The door shall be fixed in Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or equal approved, J4 type 2-part 1.6mm
thick electrogalvanised pressed steel frame in selected powdercoat finish incorporated R2
softened corner to frame and recessed Euroseal SM/Acoustic seals all round, unless otherwise
noted.

Doors, where scheduled, shall incorporate Pacific Door Systems Ltd Vision Panels to the sizes
detailed and as specified below.

Vision panels shall be constructed with two layers of 5mm thick clear toughened safety glass,
with cavity between and with electrogalvanised steel frames with radiussed corners, in selected
powdercoat finish and fixed with counter-sunk tamper-proof security type screws in powdercoat
finish to match frame.

Vision panels shall incorporate internal Luxaflex slimline blinds in selected colour, positioned
between the two layers of glass to completely cover the whole area of the Vision panel,
operated with purpose-made toggle-controls to both sides of the door. The toggle-control to
G08 Lounge/Activities side of each door shall incorporate a key-lock override, where
scheduled, to prevent the operation of the blind from G08 Lounge/Activities side of the door. All
locks shall be master-keyed. Supply 10 No. keys.

The toggle-control to the Bedroom side of the door shall remain operational at all times.

Refer to Ground Floor Plan, Sheet No. 5 for Schedule of doors with lock function to blinds to
vision panels.

Hang doors on two pairs of Ingersol Rand HJSS75FP 100 x 75 button tip satin stainless steel
fixed pin butt hinges.

15.9.5 Security Doors – Solid Core Flush Doors – Melteca Finish – Glazed Panels: Interior
doors shall be Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or equal approved, 40mm minimum thickness, sold
core flush panel doors faced both sides with selected Melteca veneer and edged with selected
silver anodised aluminium edge trim showing 10mm wide to both vertical edges of door and
finishing flush with the Melteca face of the door.

All other edges of the door shall be faced with Melteca.

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The doors shall be fixed in Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or equal approved, J4 type 2 part 1.6mm
thick electrogalvanised pressed steel frame in selected powdercoat finish incorporating R2
softened corner to frame and recessed Euroseal SM/acoustic door seals all around, unless
otherwise noted, fixed to wall structure with counter sunk tamper-proof security type screw
fixings in powdercoat finish to match door frame.

Doors where scheduled shall incorporate 5mm thick clear safety glass vision panels to the
sizes detailed fixed with electrogalvanised steel glazing frames with radiussed corners, in
selected powercoat finish and fixed with countersunk tamper-proof security type screws in
powdercoat finish to match frame.

Hang door on two pairs of Ingersol Rand HJSS75FP 100 x 75 button tip fixed pin stainless
steel butt hinges.

15.9.6 -/30/30 Sm FRR Fire Rated Doors: Doors shall be Pacific Door Systems Ltd, or similar
approved, certified fire door sets with steel frame, Melteca veneer facings and approved
hardware and hinges to provide a fire resistance rating of -/30/30 Sm FRR.

Door D76 shall incorporate a 1.000 m x 400mm wide clear insulated glass vision panel.

15.9.7 Solid Core Flush Door – Melteca Finish – Cavity Sliding: Doors shall be 38mm thick
solid core flush panel doors faced both sides with selected Melteca veneer and edged with
selected silver anodised aluminium edge trim showing 10mm wide to exposed vertical edge
and finishing flush with the Melteca face of the door.

The doors shall be fitted on Timberform CS Cavity Sliders concealed door gear with high
impact aluminium jambs in selected powdercoat finish, as manufactured by Cavity Sliders Ltd.

15.9.8 Smoke Control Doors (-/-/-sm): Doors D12,D15, D21, D22, D32, D34, D35, D38, D51,
D54, D56, D61, D62, D67, D69 and D71 shall be fitted with smoke seals at the head and
vertical edges in accordance with NZS 4232.

15.9.9 Undercuts: Doors D12,D15, D21,D22,D26, D32, D34, D35, D38, D51, D54, D56, D61,
D62, D67, D69 and D71 shall be undercut to provide an air gap to the underside of the full
width of the door.

The height of the undercut shall be 15mm measured from finished floor level to the bottom
edge of the door.

15.9.10 Door Actuators: Actuator door closers to Doors D40, D44, D73 and D76 shall be
supplied by the Electrical Services Sub Contractor. Allow to fit the actuator door closers.


15.10 SCHEDULE OF DOORS

Door       Width           Height      Type                      Spec      Notes
                                                                 Section
D1         1.400           2.200       Aluminium                 13        Auto Sliding,
           (2 x equal)                                                     clear glass
D2         1.400           2.200       Aluminium                 13        Auto Sliding,
           (2 x equal)                                                     clear glass
D3         860             2.200       Security, solid core,     15        Steel frame
                                         flush Melteca
D4         810             2.200       Security solid core       15        Vision panel,
                                        flush Melteca                        steel frame
D5         900             2.200       Fire rated, solid core,   15        Actuator door
                                         flush Melteca                       closer. -/30/30
                                                                             Sm FRR


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Door Schedule continued

Door       Width           Height      Type                      Spec      Notes
                                                                 Section
D6         Max             Max         Fire rated, Solid core,   15        Door closer,
                                         flush Melteca                      steel frame,
                                                                             -/30/30 Sm
                                                                            FRR
D7                 -             -     Existing
D8         Max                 2.200   Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
                                         Melteca
D9                 -             -     Existing aluminium        13        Sliding
D10        Max             Max         Aluminium                 13        Sliding, clear
                                                                             glass
D11        2 x Equal       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Timber frame
             Max                        Melteca
D12        1.140           2.200       Security, solid core      15        Vision panel,
                                        flush Melteca                        steel frame
D13        860 clear       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
            opening                     Melteca
D14        860 clear       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
            opening                      Melteca
D15        1.140           2.200       Security, solid core      15        Vision panel
                                         flush Melteca
D16        2 x 800         2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Timber frame
                                         Melteca
D17        810             2.200       Security, solid core      15        Clear glazed
                                        flush Melteca                        panels, steel
                                                                             frame
D18        ―               ―           ―                         ―         Deleted
D19        810             2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Timber frame
                                         Melteca
D20        2 x 800         2.200       Security, solid core      15        Clear glazed
                                         flush Melteca                      panels, steel
                                                                            frame
D21        860             2.200       Security, solid core      15        Steel frame
                                         flush Melteca
D22        1.140           2.200       Security, solid core      15        Vision panel,
                                         flush Melteca                       steel frame
D23        860 clear       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
            opening                      Melteca
D23a       2 x Equal       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Timber frame
            Max                          Melteca
D24        860 clear       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
            opening                      Melteca
D25        2 x Equal       2.200       Solid core, flush         15        Timber frame
            Max                          Melteca
D26        1.140           2.200       Security, solid core      15        Vision panel,
                                         flush Melteca                      steel frame
D27        2.100 (2 x      Max         Aluminium                 13        Sliding, clear
            equal)                                                           glass
D28        Max             Max         Acoustic Bifold           14        Acoustic Bifold
D29        860             Max         Solid core, flush         13, 15    Aluminium frame
                                        Melteca



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Door Schedule, continued

Door       Width           Height    Type                    Spec      Notes
                                                             Section
D30        Max             2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
                                       Melteca
D31        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D32        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame
D33        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D34        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame
D35        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame
D36        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D37        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D38        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame
D39        900             2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame
D40        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame.
                                                                         Actuator door
                                                                         closer
D41        900             2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Steel frame
                                       flush Melteca
D42        2 x equal       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Timber frame
             Max                       Melteca
D43        760             2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Timber frame
                                       Melteca
D44        760             2.200     Existing, aluminium     13        Actuator door
                                                                         closer
D45              -              -                -                -             -
D46        2 x 700         2.000     Solid core flush        13, 15    Aluminium frame
D47        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D48        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D49        860             2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Steel frame
                                       flush Melteca
D50                -            -    Existing                     -             -
D51        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                     steel frame
D52        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D53        860 Clear       2.200     Solid core, flush       15        Cavity sliding
             opening                  Melteca
D54        1.140           2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Vision panel,
                                      flush Melteca                      steel frame
D55        900             2.200     Security, solid core,   15        Steel frame
                                      flush Melteca



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Door Schedule, continued

Door       Width           Height    Type                      Spec      Notes
                                                               Section
D56        1.140           2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                      flush Melteca                        steel frame
D57        860 Clear       2.200     Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
             opening                  Melteca
D58        900             2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                      flush Melteca                        steel frame
D59        810             2.200     Security ,solid core      15        Clear glazed
                                      flush Melteca                        panel, steel
                                                                           frame
D60        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D61        1.140           2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                       steel frame
D62        1.140           2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                       steel frame
D63        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D64        2 x Equal       2.200     Solid core flush          15        Timber frame
             Max                       Melteca
D65        2 x Equal       2.200     Solid core flush          15        Timber frame
             Max                       Melteca
D66        2 x Equal       2.200     Solid core flush          15        Timber frame
             Max                       Melteca
D67        1.140           2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                       steel frame
D68        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D69        1.140           2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                       steel frame
D70        860 clear       2.200     Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D71        1.140           2.200     Security ,solid core,     15        Vision panel,
                                       flush Melteca                       steel frame
D72        860 Clear       2.200     Solid core, flush         15        Cavity sliding
             opening                   Melteca
D73        1.140           2.200     Fire rated, solid core,   15        Actuator door
                                       flush Melteca                        closer. Steel
                                                                            frame. -/30/30
                                                                            Sm FRR
D74        1.140           2.200     Fire rated, security,     15        Vision panel,
                                       solid core,flush                     steel frame.
                                     Melteca                                 /30/30 Sm
                                                                            FRR
D75        900             2.200     Fire rated, solid core,   15        Steel frame.
                                       flush Melteca                        -/30/30 Sm
                                                                            FRR
D76        1.140           2.200     Fire rated, solid core,   15        Actuator door
                                       flush Melteca                     closer. Vision
                                                                         panel, steel
                                                                         frame.
                                                                         -/30/30 Sm
                                                                            FRR


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Door Schedule, continued

Door          Width            Height    Type                       Spec        Notes
                                                                    Section
D77                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D78                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D79                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D80                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D81                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D82                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D83                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D84                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D85                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D86                   -            -                 -                   -      Existing
D87                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D88                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D89                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D90                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D91                   -            -                 -                          Existing.
D92                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D93                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D94                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.
D95                   -            -     Solid core, flush timber      15       Salvaged door.
                                          veneer.                                Timber frame.

Basement Level

Door      Width            Height       Type                        Spec       Notes
                                                                    Section
D96       -                -            -                                -     -
D97              860            2.000   Solid core, flush              15      Salvaged door,
                                                                                 timber frame
D98              860            2.000   Solid core, flush              15      Salvaged door,
                                                                                 timber frame

15.11 JOINERY FITTINGS

15.11.1 General: Construct joinery fittings as shown on the Drawings in accordance with best
trade practice. A complete schedule of on-site measurements shall be made and checked with
the Contractor before the units are constructed.

Where equipment and/or appliance selections have been made or where dimensions have
been given for equipment and/or appliances, the Contractor or Sub-Contractor shall verify any
special requirements for that product prior to fabrication and/or installation of the joinery. Any
errors shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.


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15.11.2 Carcase Work:

      (a)   Melteca

All cabinets unless otherwise specified shall be built up in carcase work with 18mm thick white
FWP Melteca Board to bottom, ends, haffitts and shelves and 12mm thick white Melamine
coated MDF backs.

All shelving shall be fitted on approved adjustable shelving gear.

All fixings shall be concealed. Top rails shall be grooved as required for fixing tops. Fix resilient
bumpers between all doors and drawers and the carcase work.

Allow to incorporate all appliances and equipment including cabling in concealed positions.

      (b)   Plywood

Units in the following scheduled rooms shall be built up in carcase work with 19mm thick
Plytech A/A Grade Hoop Pine to bottom, ends, haffitts and shelves and 12mm thick Plywood
backs.

All shelving shall be fixed, unless otherwise shown.

All fixings shall be concealed. Top rails shall be grooved as required for fixing tops. Fix resilient
bumpers between all doors and drawers and the carcase work.

All screw fixings shall be square drive, tamper-resistant, type.

      Schedule of Rooms
      G07      Staff Hub
      G09      Kitchen/Servery
      G11      Patient Area 1
      G14      Patient Area 2
      G25      O.T./Lounge
      G27      Whanau Lounge
      G41      Client Laundry

Supply and fix Robinhood Tilterhood Model No. TH26WH 600mm wide rangehood in white
finish where shown and leave in perfect working order.

Allow to incorporate all appliances and equipment including cabling in concealed positions.

      (c)   MDF Board

Carcase work to Reception Desk to G07 Staff Hub shall be 18mm thick MDF high moisture
resistance (HMR) Board with selected coating system as specified.

Allow to incorporate all equipment including cabling in concealed positions.

All shelving shall be fixed, unless otherwise shown.

All fixings shall be concealed. Top rails shall be grooved as required for fixing tops. Fix resilient
bumpers between all doors and drawers and the carcase work.

All screw fixings shall be square drive, tamper-resistant, type.




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15.11.3 Doors:

      (a)     Melteca

All doors, unless otherwise specified, shall be 18mm thick FWP Melteca in selected colour and
finish with matching 1.8mm Melteca solid ABS edging strips all round.

The doors, unless otherwise specified, shall be hung on Kienzle, or similar approved flush
overall hinges – one pair for doors up to 900mm high, two pairs for doors up to 2.0M high. The
gap between all doors shall be 2mm.

Bifold doors to Patient Valuables cupboard to G50 Patient Treatment shall be fitted on
proprietary bifold door gear.

Bifold cupboard doors shall be fitted with Lockwood 692 Series cupboard deadbolts.

      (b)     Plywood

All doors shall be 19mm Plytech A/A Grade Hoop Pine set out to match across the face of
each cabinet. Refer to Specification, Clause 11.15.2 (b) for Schedule of plywood joinery units.

The door to the detergent cupboard in G41 Laundry shall be rebated for 5mm thick clear
toughened safety glass panel, as detailed.

The doors shall be hung on approved continuous 38mm x 1.2mm thick 304 grade stainless
steel piano hinges. The gap between all doors shall be 2mm.

The doors to the refrigerators in G09 Kitchen/Dining, G25 O.T./Lounge and G27 Whanau
Lounge shall be fixed on a proprietary integrated fixing system, where shown on the Drawings.

All screw fixings shall be square drive, tamper-resistant type.

All cupboard doors, unless otherwise noted, shall be fitted with Lockwood 692 Series cupboard
deadbolts.

All locks shall be master-keyed.

Wardrobe doors shall not be fitted with locks.

      (c)     MDF Board

All doors to Reception Desk to G07 Staff Hub shall be 18mm thick MDF high moisture
resistance (HMR) Board with selected coating system as specified.

The doors shall be hung on approved continuous 38mm x 1.2mm thick 304 grade stainless
steel piano hinges. The gap between all doors shall be 2mm.

15.11.4 Drawers:

   (a)      Melteca

Drawer fronts shall be 18mm thick FWP Melteca in selected colour and finish with matching
1.8mm Melteca solid ABS edging strips all round.

Drawers shall be constructed with 12mm thick white FWP Melteca front, back and side panels
and 4.75mm thick white Melamine coated MDF bottoms. All fixings shall be concealed.

The small drawers shall be fitted on Henderson DS 600 (500mm travel) drawer slides and
close on the face of the carcase to show a 2mm gap between adjacent doors and drawers.


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The large drawers shall be fitted on Grass Model 4011 single extension drawer slides and
close on the face of the carcase to show a 2mm gap between adjacent doors and drawers.

Construct four drawers to G17 Admin Office with Grass suspended file system, Product No.
7115686 as supplied by Scott Panel and Hardware Limited.

      (b)   Plywood

Drawer fronts shall be 19mm Plytech A/A Grade Hoop Pine with veneer set out to match
across the face of each cabinet.

Drawers shall be constructed with 12mm thick white FWP Melteca front, back and side panels
and 4.75mm thick white Melamine coated MDF bottoms. All fixings shall be concealed.

The small drawers shall be fitted on Henderson DS600 (500mm travel) drawer slides and close
on the face of the carcase to show a 2mm gap between adjacent doors and drawers.

All drawers, unless otherwise noted, shall be fitted with Lockwood 692 series drawer dead
bolts.

All locks shall be master-keyed.

15.11.5 Open Shelving

(a)     Melteca

Open shelving shall be constructed in 18mm thick FWP Melteca in selected colour and finish
with matching 1.8mm Melteca solid ABS edging strips to front exposed edges of tops, bottoms,
haffits, ends and shelves, 9mm thick Melteca backs and 18mm thick Melteca shelves fitted on
Schlage No. 130 colour matched shelf supports with holes drilled at 25mm centres vertically, to
the full height of the haffits.

(b)     Plywood

Open shelving shall be constructed in 19mm thick Plytech A/A Grade Hoop Pine plywood to
tops, bottoms, haffits and ends and shelves, 9mm thick MDF Board backs. Adjustable shelves
shall be fitted library strip, or similar approved, adjustable shelving gear fitted flush with haffits
and end panels and fitted the full height of the haffits.

15.11.6 Joinery Finish: All cupboard doors and carcase work to Reception Desk in G07 Staff
Hub shall be finished with PPG Industrial Coatings Caprithane 579 2K Acrylic Urethane
sprayed coating system in selected colour in satin finish, all applied strictly in accordance with
the manufacturer‟s printed instructions.

15.11.7 Tops:

(a) Bench top to bench in pantry in G25 O.T./Lounge shall be 20mm thick high density particle
board covered with selected laminated plastic veneer with 40mm high square front edge.

Laminated plastic veneer shall be fitted in a single length sheet.

(b) Bench tops where shown shall be 20mm thick high density particle board covered with
selected laminated plastic veneer with 40mm high semi-circular front edge, anti-spill lip at front
edge and ends to „wet‟ benches and coved upstand at ends and back as applicable.

The laminated plastic veneer shall be fitted in a single length sheet. Where benches are longer
than the standard veneer sheet size joints shall be set out for approval by the Architect before
manufacture.
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(c) Bench tops where shown shall be 20mm thick high density particle board covered with
selected laminated plastic veneer with 40mm high selected clear Dressing Grade Pinus
Radiata timber semi-circular front edge, and ends, anti-spill lip at front edge and ends to „wet‟
benches and coved upstand at ends and back as applicable.

The laminated plastic veneer shall be fitted in a single length sheet. Where benches are longer
than the standard veneer sheet size, joints shall be set out for approval by the Architect before
manufacture.

(d) Stainless Steel - Bench tops where shown. shall be Mercer, or similar approved, fabricated
in 1.2mm thick Specification Grade 304 satin finish stainless steel incorporating sinks as
scheduled mounted with the front surface of the sink bowl 75mm back from the front edge of
the bench and supplied complete with timber frame and softboard base, square downturn at
front edge and upstands to rear and ends fixed with Mercer Diamond bead edging. Supply and
fix chrome plated waste plug and chrome plated chain for each sink.

Refer to Specification, Section 17, Plumbing and Drainage Services.

(e) Plywood - Bench tops where shown shall be constructed of 40mm Plytech A/A Grade Hoop
Pine Plywood with radiused front edge and exposed ends as detailed.

15.11.8 Sinks and Basins: The sinks and basins are specified under Specification, Section 17,
Plumbing and Drainage Services.

Allow to take delivery and bond in position shown all in accordance with the manufacturer's
printed instructions. The sinks shall be bonded to the underside of the laminated plastic veneer
tops with the front surface of the sink bowl 75mm back from the front edge of the bench.

The stainless steel laundry tub to G25 O.T./Lounge shall be bonded to the underside of the
laminated plastic veneer top and supported by two galvanised steel straps slung under the tub
and securely fixed to provide support to the tub.


15.12 WASTE BINS

Supply and fix Hettich Classic Bin, or similar approved, pull-out 13 litre round waste bins with
white housing and white lid in the positions shown and leave in perfect working order.

       Schedule of Waste Bins
       G09     Kitchen Servery
       G11     Patient Area 1
       G14     Patient Area 2
       G20     Tea
       G25     O.T./Lounge
       G27     Whanau Lounge


15.13 WARDROBE UNITS

Construct wardrobe units as detailed with 19mm Plytech A/A Grade Hoop Pine haffitts, tops,
bases, shelves and doors, 12mm Plywood backs and 12mm Plywood kick boards. Hang each
door on approved 30mm x 1.2mm, thick 304 grade stainless steel piano hinges.


15.14 WHITEBOARDS

Supply vitreous enamel whiteboards to the size scheduled and shown on the Drawings as
manufactured by Visual Presentation Solutions Ltd on 12mm M.D.F core, edged round with
10mm wide (front edge) aluminium angle in Satin Silver anodised finish, mitred at corners, and
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fitted with pen shelf, where scheduled. Refer to Specification, Section 14 Carpentry, Clause
14.41.

Supply one set of pens, one magnetic penholder and one eraser for each Whiteboard.


15.15 PINBOARDS

15.15.1   Pinboards – Type A

Construct Type A Pinboards where shown on the Drawings and of the sized scheduled with
Instyle “Esquire” fabric in selected colour on 12.5mm thick Pinex Softboard, edged all around
with Ullrich UA 1090 12mm aluminium angle in satin silver anodised finish. Wrap fabric neatly
around edges and securely fix to the back face.

Notch the rear face of the Pinex Softboard to accommodated the aluminium edging and allow
the Pinex Softbard to finish flat with the wall.

Pinboards shall be constructed with removable 5mm thick clear Perspex front panels with
Ullrich UA 1092 20 x 20mm aluminium angle frames in satin silver anodised finish mitred at
corners and screw fixed with approved stainless steel socket head cap screws at 300mm
centres, set out to approval.

Adjoining panels shall be fixed with vertical 20mm wide x 1.6mm thick aluminium flats, in satin
silver anodised finish. Provide aluminium fixing rail behind pinboard for threaded screw fixings.

15.15.2   Pinboards – Type B

Construct Type B Pinboards where shown on the Drawings and of the sizes scheduled using
Skellerup Forbo “Bulletin Board” in selected colour, bonded directly onto the wall surface and
edged all round with Ullrich UA 2071 10mm aluminium angle in Satin Silver anodised finish.
The edging shall be neatly mitred at corners. Cut rear face off Bulletin Board to accommodate
edging and allow Bulletin Board to finish flat with wall.

Refer to Specification, Section 14 Carpentry, Clause 14.42


15.16 SPLASHBACKS TO BASINS

Splashbacks to wash hand basins shall be 2mm thick capped acrylic ABS laminate in White
colour glue fixed to wall surface with Showerbond adhesive.

       Schedule of Splashbacks
       G16     Drug
       G30     WC
       G50     Treatment
       F09     Staff Room


15.17 FIRE HOSE REEL CABINET

Refer to Specification Section 14 – Carpentry, Clause 14.47, Fire Hose Reel Cabinet.




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SECTION 16 – ROOFING

16.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

Supply all roofing complete with all necessary battens, underlays and flashings.

Fix all roofing gutters and flashings to ensure perfect weathertightness.

Refer to the Drawings for location and extent of each roofing type.


16.2   GUTTERS

Boxed gutters shall be formed with Butynol as specified below.

Allow to supply and fix all necessary droppers, flashings etc for connection to adjoining
structures and the stormwater system.


16.3   FLASHINGS

16.3.1 Roof Flashings: The Roofing Contractor shall be responsible for the fitting of flashings
to all roof penetrations and to all roof edges, for example, parapets, adjoining walls, ridges,
cappings, etc,


16.4   DIAMOND 400 COLORSTEEL STEEL ROOFING

16.4.1 Roofing: shall be Diamond 400 0.55mm BMT Colorsteel in Endura, finish or similar
approved, in selected colour cut to single lengths extending from ridge to spouting or valley as
applicable. The profile of the new roofing to G10 Dining/Lounge shall match the existing
adjoining roofing profile.

16.4.2 Ridging: shall be standard Diamond 0.55mm BMT Colorsteel in continuous ridging,
Endura, finish in same colour as roofing.

16.4.3 Barge Flashings: shall be purpose made in 0.55mm BMT Colorsteel Endura, finish in
the same colour as the roofing in long lengths.

16.4.4 Underlay: shall be Duroid Greencap flameproof self supporting roofing underlay.

16.4.5 Purlins: shall be 75 x 50 No. 1 Framing grade H1.1 treated Pinus Radiata.

16.4.6 Fixing: All roofing components shall be carefully handled to prevent damage in transit
and installation. Damaged roof components will not be accepted.

Fix purlins in long lengths at 900mm centres with joints staggered and secured with 2 skewed
100 x 3.75 flat head nails at every rafter.

Fix underlay over purlins lapped 200mm at joins, drawn tight and securely fixed. Turn underlay
down into gutters. The underlay shall be free from tears and watertight.

Fix roofing in single lengths with stopped ends at ridges and lipped at gutters.
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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                1 of 5
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Form stopped ends in each tray of the roofing using the purpose-made tool. Take care to avoid
tearing the metal and all sheets so damaged shall be replaced.

Carry roofing 50mm over all gutters and the ends of all trays and lip with the purpose-made
tool.

At parapets, walls and ridges and any other position where restriction of movement could take
place a gap of 25mm minimum shall be left.

The roofing shall be fixed strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions with
standard double clip fastenings at every purlin for each pan. The clips shall be fixed at the
purlins with fasteners supplied for the purpose by the roofing manufacturer.

Fix ridging at ridges and hips and barge flashing at gables in accordance with the
manufacturer’s printed instructions.

16.4.7 Birdproofing: Supply and fix Ecofoam Profiled Foam Strip to match roofing profile as
manufactured by Tetral Industries Ltd, Christchurch, concealed from view to provide bird and
vermin proofing at sheets ends, ridges and eaves and as detailed.

16.4.8 Workmanship: All of the work shall be carried out by skilled tradesmen strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions and shall be left neatly finished with all
parts true to line and perfectly watertight.

Remove all metal swarf, including metal offcuts, drillings, filings, etc, and all other waste
construction materials from the roof, gutters and spoutings.

16.4.9 Warranty: Provide a written warranty from the roofing rollformer/supplier and fully
supported by the Steel Supplier which shall guarantee the roof watertight and free from defects
in materials and workmanship for

15 years covering the paint surface against flaking, peeling and excessive fade, and

30 years against perforation as a result of corrosion in a Moderate Environment.

The warranty shall be provided by the rollformer in accordance with the requirements of the
Steel Supplier. A draft warranty, if different from the periods stated above, shall be provided
with the Tender. In the absence of an alternative draft warranty, the warranty periods as stated
above shall apply.


16.5   BUTYL RUBBER ROOFING

16.5.1 Roofing: shall be 1.0mm thick Butynol rubber sheeting –grey colour.

16.5.2 Adhesive: shall be an approved adhesive applied strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer’s printed instructions.

16.5.3 Fixing: Surfaces to be covered shall be clean, smooth, dry and free from dust, grit or
sharp objects. In no circumstances shall butyl be adhered to joints or cracks.

Install one one-way substrate ventilator per 90 square metres of roof area. Ventilators shall be
set out in straight lines, both ways and located at the intersection of the ply underlay fixed
strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions and as shown on the
Drawings.

Prepare adjoining structures as necessary and bond on butyl rubber to provide watertight
construction.
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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                   2 of 5
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Butynol rubber shall be unrolled and allowed to relax for 20 minutes before fixing.

Fix and finish the roofing including the use of seam tapes at all sheet joints, strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions.

16.5.4 Workmanship: All of the work shall be carried out by skilled tradesmen strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions and shall be left neatly finished with all
parts true to line and perfectly watertight.

16.5.5 Guarantees: Provide a written guarantee which guarantees the Butynol rubber sheeting
watertight and free from defects in materials and workmanship for twenty (20) years.


16.6   COLORSTEEL LONGRUN STEEL ROOFING

16.6.1 Roofing: shall be BB900 0.55mm BMT in Colorsteel in Endura, or similar approved, in
finish in selected colour cut to single lengths extending from ridge to spouting or valley as
applicable.

16.6.2 Ridging: shall be purpose-made continuous ridging in 0.55mm BMT Colorsteel in same
Colorsteel finish and colour as roofing in lengths.

16.6.3 Barge Flashing: shall be purpose-made in 0.55mm BMT Colorsteel in same Colorsteel
finish and colour as roofing in single lengths.

16.6.4 Underlay: shall be Duroid Greencap flameproof self-supporting roofing underlay.

16.6.5 Purlins: shall be 75 x 50 No. Framing grade H1.1 treated Pinus Radiata.

16.6.6 Fixing: All roofing components shall be carefully handled to prevent damage in transit
and installation. Damaged roof components will not be accepted.

Cut edges to cladding shall be finished with Courtaulds Coatings, Coilon Cut Edge Protection
Lacquer.

Fix purlins in long lengths at 900mm centres with joints staggered and secured with 2 skewed
100 x 3.75 flat head nails at every truss.

Fix underlay lapped 150mm at joints turned down into gutters and 300mm over ridges and
leave free from tears and watertight.

Fix roofing in single lengths with stopped ends at ridge and lipped at gutters.

Form stopped ends in each tray of the roofing using the purpose-made tool. Care shall be
taken to avoid tearing the metal and all sheets so damaged shall be replaced.

Carry roofing 50mm over all gutters and the ends of all trays shall be lipped with the purpose-
made tool.

At parapets, walls and ridges and any other position where restriction of movement could take
place a gap of approximately 25mm shall be left.

The roofing shall be solid fixed with standard round washer at every crest at every purlin with
65mm x 12g Buildex Climaseal self drilling screws, prepainted in colour to match roofing, all
strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.



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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  3 of 5
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Fix ridging at ridges and barge flashing at gables in accordance with the manufacturer's printed
instructions.

16.6.7 Flashings: The Roofer shall be responsible for the fitting of flashings to all roof
penetrations and to all roof edges, for example, parapets, adjoining walls, ridges, cappings etc.
All flashings shall be neatly and securely fitted and finished all true to line and weather tight.

Supply and fix 0.55mm BMT Colorsteel in Endura, finish flashings in colour to match roofing,
with lead edging neatly trimmed around roof penetrations as necessary.

16.6.8 Bird proofing: Fix purpose made, galvanised trim cut to match roofing profile or
Compriband strip to provide bird and vermin proofing at sheets ends, ridges and eaves and as
detailed.

16.6.9 Workmanship: All of the work shall be carried out by skilled tradesmen strictly in
accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions and shall be left neatly finished with all
parts true to line and perfectly watertight.

Remove all metal swarf, including metal off cuts, drillings, filings, etc, and all other waste
construction materials from the roof, gutters and spouting’s.

16.6.10 Warranty: Provide a written warranty from the Endura roofing roll former/supplier and
fully supported by the Steel Supplier which shall guarantee the roof watertight and free from
defects in the materials and workmanship for the Colorsteel Endura roofing

15 years covering the paint surface against flaking, peeling and excessive fade, and

30 years against perforation as a result of corrosion in a Moderate Environment.

The warranty shall be provided by the roll former in accordance with the requirements of the
Steel Supplier. A draft warranty, if different from the periods stated above, shall be provided
with the Tender. In the absence of an alternative draft warranty, the warranty periods as stated
above shall apply.


16.7   RAINWATER HEADS

Supply and fix 0.55mm gauge Colorsteel Endura rainwater heads in selected colour complete
with droppers and overflows in position shown.


16.8   SPOUTINGS

Supply and fix 0.55mm gauge Colorsteel Endura spouting to match existing profile, unless
otherwise in selected colour complete with all accessories returned ends, stopped ends at walls
droppers etc. Spouting shall be fixed at 650mm centres in long lengths with fall to outlets not
exceeding 3mm to 3M length in perfectly straight sections.

Supply and fix Calder Stewart 200mm half round 0.55mm gauge Colorsteel Endura spouting in
selected colour to new Entry Canopy, on No. 2 brackets at 600 crs complete with all
accessories, beaded stopped ends stopped ends at walls, droppers etc. Spouting shall be in
long lengths with fall to outlets not exceeding 3mm to 3M length in perfectly straight sections.

Provide a written warranty from the rollformer/supplier and fully supported by BHP New
Zealand Steel Limited which shall guarantee the spoutings watertight and free from defects in
materials and workmanship for 10 years against perforation as a result of corrosion.



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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  4 of 5
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Supply and fix Nylex Gutter Guard to the full length of all spouting.


16.9   DOWNPIPES

Supply and fix 0.55mm gauge Colorsteel Endura downpipes in selected colour on galvanised
holder batts at 900 mm centres to perfectly vertical lines.

Provide a written warranty from the rollformer/supplier and fully supported by BHP New
Zealand Steel Limited which shall guarantee the downpipes watertight and free from defects in
materials and workmanship for 10 years against perforation as a result of corrosion.

Carry the foot of each downpipe inside the socket of the drain outlet and seal in place with
cement mortar haunching finishing below floor level.

Fit PVC domed leaf baskets to top of each downpipe.




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                              5 of 5
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SECTION 24 - SOLID PLASTER

24.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

All work shall be carried out in accordance with NZS 4251, Code of Practice for Solid
Plastering.

All dressed woodwork, finished surfaces, windows, glass etc shall be effectively protected
against droppings or damage.

All undercoats shall be cross hatched. Where pipes are brought through floors, walls, beams,
etc finish to sleeves provided and not against pipes and, where necessary, make good after
other trades. The Plasterer shall mark the position of all fixings etc built into concrete. The
whole of the work shall be plumb and be left in perfect order without cracks, all arrises and
angles shall be sharp and true.


24.2   SCOPE

The work includes the application of plaster to:

       All new exterior walls including foundation walls.
       Smooth plaster bands to new and existing walls, as noted on the Drawings.
       All existing walls affected by the new work.
       Floors to showers
       New concrete steps and landing


24.3   MATERIALS

24.3.1 Cement: shall be an approved brand of grey cement conforming to NZS 3122, Portland
Cement.

24.3.2 Sand: shall be river or pit sand, coarse grained, sharp and free from saline, vegetable
or earthy matter to pass a 3mm sieve for bond coat and flanking coat. Sand for top coat shall
be sieved to provide required finished surface.

24.3.3 Lime: shall be mild hydrated 'McDonalds' or similar approved.


24.4   PROPORTIONS AND MIXING

24.4.1 Proportions: Proportions specified may be varied to suit the gradings of sand available,
where approved.

24.4.2 Mixing: All plaster shall be thoroughly machine mixed and no more than can be used
before the initial set has taken place shall be mixed at any one time. Retempering or remixing
of plaster after the initial set will not be allowed.




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                              1 of 3
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24.5   PREPARATION OF CONCRETE SURFACES

Where wire ties have been used for supporting form work they shall be cut off back from the
exposed concrete faces to be plastered. Surfaces to be plastered shall be well wire brushed to
remove laitance.

All surfaces shall be thoroughly wetted with a hose half an hour before each coat is applied.

The Plasterer shall inspect all surfaces to be plastered and shall report any defects to the
General Contractor. Work shall not proceed until unsatisfactory surfaces have been made
good.


24.6   CURING OF CONCRETE SURFACES

Concrete work must be allowed to thoroughly dry before any plaster is applied.

At least seven days must be allowed between each coat of plaster and each coat must be
allowed to dry thoroughly and so substantially complete its drying shrinkage before the
following coat is applied.


24.7   PROTECTION OF FINISHED SURFACES

Before any application of plaster, mask and cover all finished surfaces including window
frames, glass, doors, prefinished materials and materials to be left unfinished.


24.8   PLASTER ON CONCRETE MASONRY WALLS

At bottom edge of plaster, fix purpose-made continuous galvanised steel angle trim to provide
support for plaster.

Apply coat of 1:1:6 cement:lime:sand applied with force to obtain good adhesion then finish
coat of 1:1:6 grey cement:lime:sand mixed in uniformly gauged batches.

Ensure perfectly even colour matching.

Finish plaster surfaces all true to line and as detailed to a selected wood float finish in the same
plane as the walls above.

Allow to prepare sample panel at least 1M square and other, necessary sample panels, to
show finished texture for approval by the Engineer before proceeding.

Construct grey cement plaster plinths, margins around door and window openings and
decorative detailing all true to line and as detailed to an approved wood float finish.


24.9   PLASTER ON TIMBER FRAMED WALLS

24.9.1 Backing: The backing and building paper to all timber framed walls to be plastered are
specified in Specification, Section 14, Carpentry.

At bottom edge of plaster, fix purpose-made continuous galvanised steel angle trim to provide
support for plaster.

24.9.2 Reinforcing: Fix 20mm x 19 gauge crimped, galvanised steel hexagon mesh netting
with 40mm x 2.8mm galvanised flat head nails to each stud at 300mm centres. Overlap netting
100mm at joins to 100mm to both sides of internal and external corners and fix 900mm x
300mm pieces of netting diagonally across corners to windows and doors.

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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                   2 of 3
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24.9.3 Sequence of Work: Before any application of plaster to timber framed walls, all interior
linings to the exterior walls shall be fixed.

24.9.4 First Coat of Plaster: All timber framed walls to be plastered shall be given a coat of
1:1:6 cement:lime:sand thoroughly bedded into lath to a minimum thickness of 10mm.

Construct control joints in approved positions at 4M max centres horizontally and vertically to
ensure 10 square metre max wall areas.

Form a control joint on at least one side of every opening, at each floor level and at changes in
direction of the supporting framework. Ensure that control joints are in line with joints to the
plaster backing.

The control joints shall be formed by gouging a 10mm gap in the bondcoat down to the metal
lath. After the plaster has cured, fill the gap and junctions with fixed building components with
an approved polysulphide sealant.

24.9.5 Second Coat of Plaster: Apply second coat of 1:1:6 cement:lime:sand to a minimum
thickness of 9mm.

24.9.6 Third Coat of Plaster: Apply coat of 1:2:9 grey cement:lime:sand mixed in to completely
fill the lath and uniformly gauged batches to a minimum thickness of 3mm. The finish coat shall
extend over the control joints.

Finish surface to an approved wood float finish.

Allow to prepare sample panel at least 1M square and other, necessary sample panels, to
show finished texture for approval by the Engineer before proceeding.

Allow to construct grey cement plaster plinths, margins around door and window openings and
decorative detailing true to line and as detailed to an approved wood float finish.

Seal around all perforations in exterior plaster walls e.g. pipes, vents, downpipes, brackets, etc
with approved silicone sealant to provide perfect weather tightness.


24.10 FLOORS TO SHOWERS

Plaster floors to shower to perfectly even gradients with falls to floor waste outlets and leave
ready for the application of vinyl flooring.




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  3 of 3
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SECTION 25 - FIBROUS PLASTER

25.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

The work shall be carried out by a specialist firm in accordance with the NZ Fibrous Plaster
Manufacturers' Code of Recommended Practice and to conform to NZS 4221, Fibrous Plaster
Sheet.


25.2   FIBROUS PLASTER

The fibrous plaster sheets to all locations shall be 12.5mm thick Plasterglass.

Fibrous plaster sheets shall be cast with a perfectly smooth surface with surface hardening
incorporated. Stopping shall similarly incorporate hardening compound.


25.3   WORKMANSHIP

All fibrous plaster sheet shall be neatly and securely fixed and finished completely free of
irregularities, cracks and chips and left ready for painting. Only the highest standard of
workmanship shall be accepted.

Joints at changes in direction to wall and ceiling linings shall be finished to a perfectly straight
line.


25.4   FIXING

Fix sheets with approved adhesive and 32 x 1.5 mm galvanised clouts at 120 mm maximum
centres at edges and 450 mm centres across the sheet.

Stopping shall be densely packed and be of the same composition, density and strength as the
sheet material.


25.5   EDGE PROTECTIONS

Supply and fix to all exposed corners, edges and abutments 0.6 mm thick preformed
perforated galvanised metal edge trim fixed to timber work with 32 mm flat head galvanised
nails at 200 mm maximum centres.


25.6   CORNICE MOULDING

Fit up at all Ground Floor wall/ceiling junctions (unless otherwise noted) 50x15 Fibrous Plaster
cornice moulding tightly fitted to a perfectly straight line.

Timber cornice battens shall be fitted to the following scheduled rooms by Others:

               Schedule of Timber Cornices:

               All Ensuites
               G41 Client Laundry
               G43 Sluice
               G44 Cleaner
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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  1 of 2
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There shall be no cornices fitted to storage cupboards including, Patient Store, Store, O.T
Store, Clinic Store and Cleaner Store.

Refer to Specification, Section 14 Carpentry, Clause 14.25.1 Cornices.


25.7   SCHEDULE OF WORK

Fix cornices and line all walls to the rooms scheduled with fibrous plaster sheet.

Refer to Specification, Schedule S2, Schedule of Interior Materials, Finishes and Colours for
schedule of walls to be lined with fibrous plaster sheet.




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                2 of 2
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SECTION 29 – FLOOR COVERINGS

29.1   GENERAL

29.1.1 General: Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General
and the General Conditions of Contract.

29.1.2 Standards: The work shall be carried out by specialist firms employing trained and
experienced staff who shall carry out the work in accordance with the manufacturer's printed
instructions, best trade practice and to the satisfaction of the Employer and the Engineer.

29.1.3 Preparation: The Contractor shall inspect the floors to be covered. All floors shall be
cleaned down, patched as necessary and made good ready for the application of the floor
coverings. There shall be no extra charge for floor preparation.

29.1.4 Completion: At completion of the work all floors shall be left thoroughly cleaned and
all surplus material shall be removed from the site.


29.2   SCOPE OF THE WORK

The work includes the supply and fixing of carpet to floors and walls, and vinyl wall coverings
as specified and scheduled.

Refer to the Drawings and Specification, Schedule S2, Schedule of Interior Materials, Finishes
and Colours.

The floor plan is a guide only – accurate measurements shall be made on the site by the
Contractor.


29.3   CARPET

29.3.1 Schedule of Work: Refer to the Floor Finishes Plans and Schedule S2, Schedule of
Interior Materials and Finishes.

29.3.2 Carpet: The carpet to the Ground Floor level shall be Edwardstown Studio 100% Pure
NZ Wool, tufted level loop pile 1490g/m² 3/16" gauge 366cm wide carpet as supplied by
Jacobsen Creative Surfaces Limited, in selected colour.
.
The carpet to the First Floor level and Lift shall be Robert Malcolm Lynchberg nylon synthetic
broadloom carpet in selected colour.

29.3.3 Inlay: The carpet to G07 Staff Hub and G08 Lounge/Activities shall incorporate inlay
borders in a contrasting colour.

The exact pattern and set out of the inlays shall be confirmed before ordering carpet floor
coverings.

29.3.4 Fixing: The carpet shall be set out in parallel lengths throughout the work and fixed with
direct-stick carpet fixing method. At joins, the carpet shall be sewn or heat jointed. End joints
and narrow strips will not be permitted.

At completion all carpet shall be vacuumed clean to approval.


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29.3.5 Binder Bars:

(a) Interior Doorways. Binder bars at the junction of carpet and vinyl flooring shall be Tredsafe
DT 036 transition. Note: Allow to feather backing to floor vinyl so that the top of the vinyl finishes
flush with the top of the transition at doorways, the binder bars shall be fitted under the door so
that they can not be seen when the door is closed.

(b) Exterior Doorways. Binder bars at edge of carpet shall be Roberts Fluted Naplock bars in
Aluminium colour.

All binder bars shall be fitted in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.

29.3.6 Skirtings: Skirtings shall be carpet, where scheduled and shown on the Drawings.

Timber skirtings shall be fitted by the Carpenter.

Refer to Specification, Schedule S2, Schedule of Interior Materials, Finishes and Colours.

29.3.7 Dados:    Dados shall be carpet, where scheduled and shown on the shown on the
Drawings.

Refer to Specification, Schedule S2, Schedule of Interior Materials, Finishes and Colours.


29.4   VINYL FLOORING AND WALL LININGS

29.4.1 Schedule of Work: Refer to Specification S2 Schedule of Interior Materials, Finishes
and Colours and the Drawings.

29.4.2 Materials:
(a) Vinyl Flooring: The vinyl to floors and coved up stands unless otherwise specified shall be
2mm Tarkett Eminent vinyl in selected colour to the areas scheduled extending from floor to
150mm or 200mm up the wall, as detailed on the Drawings

(b) Non-slip Safety Floor Vinyl: Vinyl to floors and coved upstands as scheduled shall be
2.0mm thick Tarkett Safe-T floor vinyl in selected colour extending from floor to 200mm above
the floor.

(c) Wall Vinyl: Vinyl to walls in rooms scheduled shall be 2mm Tarkett Eminent vinyl in
selected colour with different colour banding at the skirting, as detailed.

29.4.3 Binder Bars: Binder bars at the junction of carpet and vinyl flooring shall be Tredsafe
DT 036 transition. Note: Allow to feather backing to floor vinyl so that the top of the vinyl
finishes flush with the top of the transition. At doorways, the binder bars shall be fitted under
the door so that they can not be seen when the door is closed.

29.4.4 Skirtings: Fix 20mm radius tantalised pine coving to floor/wall junction and cove vinyl
150mm or 200mm up wall surface as detailed on the Drawings. Finish at top edge of vinyl with
timber skirting batten, where shown on the Drawings, fixed in single lengths mitred at external
corners strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.

At sloping floors, the 200mm high upstand shall be set out from the highest point of the floor to
a horizontal line.

29.4.5 Vinyl Fixing: Vinyl shall be set out in single, parallel lengths throughout the work to
provide a balanced pattern and appearance.


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Vinyl shall be cut around all permanent fixtures, walls etc. Flooring shall be laid before WC
pans are installed.

Vinyl shall be direct adhesive fixed with an adhesive approved by the vinyl flooring
manufacturer and shall be rolled both ways with a 50 kilo or heavier roller.

At Tredsafe DT036 carpet/vinyl transitions the vinyl flooring shall be feathered up over a width
of 400mm so that the top surface of the vinyl flooring finishes flush with the top of the
transition.

All seams and joints to vinyl shall be hot welded in colour to match vinyl to provide a neat,
perfectly sealed, watertight system.

All work shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.

Only the highest standard of finish shall be accepted.

29.4.6 Completion: At completion, all vinyl shall be washed clean with warm soapy water and
polished to an approved finish.


29.5   ENTRANCE MAT

Supply recessed Pedigrid Entrance Grid Mat supplied by C.S. Group in frame with infill panels
in materials and colours as specified to G01 Entry, and as shown on the Drawings, and install
strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s printed instructions.

The Entrance Mat shall be Pedimat fitted with Carpet Tread infills in selected colour

The frames shall be in satin silver anodised aluminium to the perimeter of the mat.

The mats shall be installed to finish flush with the adjoining floor coverings.


29.6   EXTERIOR MARINE CARPET

Supply and fix Autex Carpets “Reef” marine grade flooring in selected colour to the whole area
of the new Deck and existing Deck to remain, fixed strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer’s printed instructions.

Allow to prepare the decking surface ready for the application of the carpet flooring. Refer to
Specification, Section 30 Painting, Clause 30.11.14, Clean Hardwood Timber.

Fix Treadsafe 030,or equal approved aluminium binder bar in satin silver anodised finish to all
exposed edges of the carpet.


29.7   SCHEDULE OF WORK

Refer to the Floor Finishes Plans and Specification Schedule S1, Schedule of Exterior
Materials, Finishes and Colours, and Schedule S2, Schedule of Interior Materials, Finishes and
Colours.




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SECTION 30 - PAINTING

30.1      GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

All work shall be carried out in accordance with NZS 2311, Guide to the Painting of Buildings.


30.2      SCOPE

The following scheduled surfaces shall not be painted or will be finished by Others. Allow
finishing of all other surfaces including areas of existing work affected by the new work.

Surfaces, which shall not be painted:
          a    Coloursteel roofing, spouting, downpipes and flashings
          b    Powder coated metal window and door frames


30.3      PAINT AND MATERIALS

Only paint manufactured by Resene Paints Ltd or Dulux New Zealand shall be used. The paint
shall be delivered to the site in unbroken packages bearing the manufacturers name and brand.

All paint colours shall be mixed and tinted by the paint manufacturer.

All other materials shall be of the types specified being delivered to the site in unbroken
packages bearing the manufacturer‟s name and brand. Materials (other than paint) may be
substituted where approved by the Engineer.


30.4      WORKMANSHIP

All materials shall be applied strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.
Competent tradesmen in accordance with sound trade practice using tools and equipment, which
will ensure a first class finish, shall carry out all work. All locks bolts, fittings etc shall be removed
before the preparatory processes are commenced and secured in position on completion of the
work. All exposed surfaces including the inside of cupboards, inside faces and edges of doors,
top and returns of dovetails of drawer fronts to fittings, and the top and bottom edges of all
facings etc shall be painted the same number of coats. At completion clean off all marks, clean
both sides of glass, remove all debris and leave clean and tidy.


30.5      INSPECTION OF SURFACES

The Painter shall inspect all surfaces to be finished and report any defects to the Contractor.
Work shall not proceed until unsatisfactory surfaces have been made good. Surfaces to be
finished shall be clean and smooth, rubbed down before painting and between coats. Any work
damaged by dust, rain or any other cause shall be made good by rubbing down and recoating.


30.6      PROTECTION

Provide all necessary coverings, guards, warning notices etc necessary for the proper protection
of adjoining surfaces. All marks on adjoining surfaces shall be removed completely.


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30.7     PRIMING, SEALING AND STOPPING

The priming coat shall be brushed thoroughly in to completely cover the entire surface and shall
not be flowed on. After priming or sealing has set all screw holes, nail holes, cracks, shrinkage or
other cavities shall be neatly filled and stopped with putty. For stained or clear finished work
stopping shall be stained to match surface.


30.8     SANDING

All individual coats of paint or polyurethane shall be thoroughly sanded to remove nibs and other
imperfections prior to the application of subsequent coats.


30.9     VARIATIONS IN COLOUR

The Architect shall prepare a Colour Scheme for all painting work throughout the building. The
paint colours shall be approved before the work proceeds from samples placed in relevant
positions on the site by the Painting Sub-Contractor.

All paint colours shall be mixed and tinted by the paint manufacturer.


30.10    PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

All painting work included in this Section shall be covered by a paint manufacturer‟s
„Performance Guarantee‟ and will directly involve site assistance and technical support provided
by Paint manufacturers throughout the entire preparation and painting periods of this Sub-
Contract.

The Painting Sub-Contractor shall arrange for inspections to be carried out by Paint
manufacturer prior to commencing and during each stage of the paint coating system specified
as required by Paint manufacturer.

Products, preparation and dry film build thickness shall be checked for conformation with the
requirements of this Specification and the manufacturer‟s instructions.

The Resene Paints Ltd contact shall be Mr Nelson Dickson, Phone (03) 477 6566


30.11    EXTERIOR WORK

30.11.1 Schedule of Work All new work and all existing surfaces affected by the work shall be
                         painted as specified or to match existing adjoining surfaces.

30.11.2 Preparation of         All existing surfaces shall be cleaned off and filled to provide clean,
        Existing Surfaces      smooth, perfectly flat surfaces ready for refinishing.

30.11.3 Paint on Timber:

         Schedule of Work Timber post and Plygroove Soffit to Entry.

         Specification         Apply one coat of Resene Wood Primer in accordance with Resene
                               Data Sheet D40.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Lumbersider low sheen acrylic in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D34.



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30.11.4 Paint on Timber:

         Schedule of Work Finishing timbers, fascia and bargeboards, Door D29 and D46.

         Specification         Apply one coat of Resene Quick Dry exterior acrylic primer in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D45.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Acrylic Undercoat in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D404.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Super Gloss Enamel in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D32.

30.11.5 Paint on Existing Painted Steel:

         Schedule of Work Existing Steel fire escape stair and roof-top railings.

        Condition:             Previously painted in an enamel system with most treads back to
                               bare rusting steel. Generally all steelwork is in poor condition.

         Specification:        Notes

                               1. Power tool cleaning should be seen as a compromise method of
                                  surface preparation which will only hold rust for a short term
                                  period. This period depends on exposure conditions, the degree
                                  of initial corrosion, the local microclimate and the success of the
                                  surface preparation process.

                               2. Wind blown salt deposits should be thoroughly washed off with
                                  copious amounts of water and the surfaces allowed to dry before
                                  painting commences and at the beginning of each day‟s painting.
                                  Any contaminants such as airborne pollutants, greases, oils, dirt,
                                  dust, which would affect the integrity of the applied coating must
                                  be removed prior to application of paint coatings.

                               Preparation

                               1. Remove as much loosely adhering rust etc. as is practical to
                                  allow greater effectiveness of the water-blasting stage.

                               2. Water-blast at 3000psi at a minimum flow rate of at least 20 litres
                                  per minute to remove all salts, loose or flaking coatings, dirt,
                                  grease, dust and any other contaminants.

                               3. Thoroughly degrease, where needed, by scrubbing or brushing
                                  down with Resene Devprep 88. Rinse clean with copious
                                  quantities of clean water and test surface is degreased by wiping
                                  with clean cotton wool. Repeat process if necessary.

                               4. All sharp edges are to be removed by grinding to provide a 2mm
                                  minimum radiused edge.

                               5. Power tool clean to SSPC-SP3 standard. This is a method of
                                  preparing steel surfaces by use of power assisted hand tools.
                                  Power tool cleaning removes all loose mill scale, loose rust,
                                  loose paint, and other loose detrimental foreign matter. It is not


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                                 intended that adherent mill scale, rust and paint be removed by
                                 this process. Mill scale, rust and paint are considered adherent if
                                 they cannot be removed by lifting with a dull putty knife. Power
                                 wire brushing, power abrading, power impact or other power
                                 rotary tools are acceptable means for removal of loose mill scale,
                                 all loose or non-adherent rust, and all loose paint. Do not burnish
                                 the surface. Use rotary or impact power tools to remove stratified
                                 rust (rust scale). Operate power tools in a manner that prevents
                                 the formation of burrs, sharp ridges and sharp cuts. Regardless
                                 of the method used, feather edges of remaining old paint so that
                                 the repainted surface can have a reasonably smooth
                                 appearance. All areas of old paint should be thoroughly abraded
                                 to achieve a good key for adhesion.

                               6. Immediately apply the specified primer to prevent further cor-
                                  rosion or contamination.

                               Painting

                               Spot prime all bare steel areas only with Resene Armourzinc 120 to
                               achieve a dry film thickness of 75 microns, in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet RA22. Ensure an overlap onto sound existing
                               coatings of 10mm. Take care to achieve a uniform finish.

                               Notes

                               1. If the old paint system is epoxy or urethane type then an
                                  adhesion coat of Resene Vinyl Etch Primer will be needed in
                                  accordance with Resene Data Sheet RA31.

                               2. Any edges, bolts and welds shall have a stripe coat of each
                                  specified coating applied to them, to ensure correct film build is
                                  achieved, and to maximise the potential of the paint system.

                               Coat all primed and damaged areas with Resene Armourcote 510 to
                               achieve a dry film thickness of 150 microns in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet RA40. Ensure an overlap onto sound existing
                               coatings of 10mm.Take care to achieve a uniform finish.

                               To all areas apply two coats of Resene Uracryl 403 in accordance
                               with Resene Data Sheet RA56.

                               Note: On completion of painting seal, all crevices with an approved
                               silicon or mastic sealant applied into them in accordance with
                               manufacturer‟s written instructions, to aid in corrosion prevention.

             Attention         The OSH „Approved Code of Practice for the Safe Use of
         Isocyanates:          Isocyanates‟ should be read and followed if Uracryl 403 is to be
                               spray applied.




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30.11.6 Paint on Galvanised Steel Handrails:

         Schedule of Work New and existing galvanised steel handrails.

         Specification         Preparation

                               1. Thoroughly scrape to remove as much old paint as practical. To
                                  areas of remaining paint, apply a full coat of Resene Strip-Off
                                  Paint Stripper and leave for 1-2 hours to soften the paint. Taking
                                  care not to damage the substrate, remove as much of the
                                  softened old paint as possible using a suitable scraper. Repeat
                                  the process if any paint remains. Refer to Resene Data Sheet
                                  D81.

                               2. Mix one part of Resene Roof Wash & Paint Cleaner with three
                                  parts of fresh water, in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D88.
                                  Apply a liberal wash of this mixture to the surface with a nylon
                                  bristle brush or broom. Thoroughly scrub the surface to ensure
                                  complete removal of all grease, moss and mould residue, and
                                  other contaminants.

                               3. Water-blast at 3000psi to remove all salts, grease, dirt, dust and
                                  other contaminants. Allow the surface to dry.

                               4. Thoroughly wire brush or sand with Wet & Dry paper to remove
                                  all areas of white corrosion material and as much red rust as is
                                  practicable. Power wire brushing may be used to remove the red
                                  rust corrosion, but care must be taken not to damage sound zinc
                                  coated areas. It is strongly recommended that any badly rusted
                                  sections of galvanised steel be replaced.

                               Note: The performance of the subsequent paint systems will be
                               largely dependent on the thoroughness of these surface preparation
                               stages.

                               5. Treat any areas of shiny galvanised rails with Dupont 5717S
                                  Metal Conditioner in accordance with label directions. Ensure all
                                  treated surfaces are thoroughly rinsed with copious quantities of
                                  fresh water after treatment.

                               Painting

                               Apply Resene Armourcote 221 Primer to achieve a dry film
                               thickness of 50 microns in accordance with Resene Data Sheet
                               RA36.

                               Note: For areas that will not be naturally washed by rain and where
                               dirt & salts may accumulate (for example the underside of canopies)
                               we apply two full coats of primer.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Uracryl 403 in accordance with Resene
                               Data sheet RA56.


             Attention         The OSH „Approved Code of Practice for the Safe Use of
         Isocyanates:          Isocyanates‟ should be read and followed if Uracryl 403 is to be
                               spray applied.

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30.11.7 Paint on Previously Painted Galvanised Steelwork:

         Schedule of Work All existing previously painted galvanised steelwork, unless
                          otherwise noted.

         Specification         Note: Wind blown salt deposits should be thoroughly washed off
                               with copious amounts of water and the surfaces allowed to dry
                               before painting commences and at the beginning of each day‟s
                               painting. Any contaminants such as airborne pollutants, greases,
                               oils, dirt, dust, which would effect the integrity of the applied coating
                               must be removed prior to application of paint coatings.

                               Preparation

                               1. If any areas of moss or mould infestation exist then treat them
                                  with Resene Moss & Mould Killer, diluted at the rate of 200
                                  grams to 1litre of clean water in accordance with Resene
                                  DataSheet D80. Leave for up to 48 hours to achieve full kill. For
                                  heavy infestations more applications may be needed.

                               2. Mix one part of Resene Roof Wash & Paint Cleaner with three
                                  parts of fresh water in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D88.
                                  Apply a liberal wash of this mixture to the surface with a nylon
                                  bristle brush or broom. Thoroughly scrub the surface to ensure
                                  complete removal of all grease, moss and mould residue, and
                                  any other contaminants.

                               3. Water blast at 3000psi @ 20 litres/minute minimum to remove all
                                  loose and flaking material and all salts, grease, dirt, surface
                                  chalk, dust and any other contaminants. Allow the surface to dry.

                               4. Where under-film corrosion is taking place the existing paint must
                                  first be removed by scraping, use of paint stripper, or other
                                  suitable means. Thoroughly wire brush or sand with Wet & Dry
                                  paper to remove all areas of white corrosion material and as
                                  much red rust as is practicable. Power wire brushing may be
                                  used to remove the red rust corrosion, but care must be taken
                                  not to damage sound zinc coated areas. All paint edges must be
                                  feathered to a smooth finish and the sound paint coating
                                  thoroughly sanded to give a good key for adhesion of the newly
                                  applied coating system. It is strongly recommended that any
                                  badly rusted sections of galvanised steel be replaced.

                               Note: The performance of the subsequent paint systems will be
                               largely dependent on the thoroughness of these surface preparation
                               stages.

                               Painting

                               Prime all damaged and repaired areas only with Resene
                               Armourcote 221 to achieve a dry film thickness of 50 microns, in
                               accordance to Resene Data Sheet RA36.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Uracryl 403 in accordance with Resene
                               Data Sheet RA56.


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             Attention         The OSH „Approved Code of Practice for the Safe Use of
         Isocyanates:          Isocyanates‟ should be read and followed if Uracryl 403 is to be
                               spray applied.

30.11.8 Paint on Galvanised Steel Windows:

        Schedule of Work       All existing steel window frames


         Condition             Previously painted in an enamel system. Minor areas of
                               delamination back to galvanising. Chalked with dirt and mould
                               evident in areas.

         Specification         Preparation

                               1. If any areas of moss or mould infestation exist then treat them
                                  with Resene Moss & Mould Killer, diluted at the rate of 200
                                  grams to 1 litre of clean water in accordance with Resene Data
                                  Sheet D80. Leave for up to 48 hours to achieve full kill. For
                                  heavy infestations more applications may be needed.

                               2. Mix one part of Resene Roof Wash & Paint Cleaner with three
                                  parts of fresh water, in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D88.
                                  Apply a liberal wash of this mixture to the surface with a nylon
                                  bristle brush or broom. Thoroughly scrub the surface to ensure
                                  complete removal of all grease, moss and mould residue, and
                                  any other contaminants.

                               3. Low pressure water-blast or thoroughly hose down to remove all
                                  salts dirt, grease, moss and mould residue, surface chalk, dust,
                                  and other cleaning residues.

                               4. Any cracking putty on windows should be scraped out and a
                                  clean sound substrate prepared. Treat for mould if necessary
                                  and wash thoroughly afterwards.

                               5. Where under-film corrosion is taking place the existing paint must
                                  first be removed by scraping, use of paint stripper, or other
                                  suitable means. Thoroughly wire brush or sand with Wet & Dry
                                  paper to remove all areas of white corrosion material and as
                                  much red rust as is practicable. Power wire brushing may be
                                  used to remove the red rust corrosion, but care must be taken
                                  not to damage sound zinc coated areas. All paint edges must be
                                  feathered to a smooth finish and the sound paint coating slightly
                                  roughened to assist in adhesion of the newly applied coating
                                  system. It is strongly recommended that any badly rusted
                                  sections of galvanised steel be replaced.

                               Note: The performance of the subsequent paint systems will be
                               largely dependent on the thoroughness of this surface preparation
                               stage.

                               6. Immediately spot prime all cleaned red rust areas only with one
                                  coat of Resene Galvo-One Primer, in accordance with Resene
                                  Data Sheet D41. Allow to dry for 24 hours.



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                               7. Ensure all edges of damaged paint are sound and immediately
                                  prime all remaining bare surfaces, and also the primed red rust
                                  areas, with Resene Galvo-One Primer in accordance with
                                  Resene Data Sheet D41. Allow 24 hours dry time.

                               8. Reglaze where necessary using a suitable Steel Frame Putty.
                                  Allow putty to dry for 2-4 weeks before priming with Resene
                                  Galvo-One Primer.

                               Painting

                               Apply two coats of Resene Enamacryl in accordance with Resene
                               Data Sheet D309.

30.11.9 Paint on Metalwork:

         Schedule of Work All metalwork, unless otherwise noted.

         Preparation of     Thoroughly wire brush to remove all loose material and spot prime
         Existing Metalwork with Dulux Quit Rust Primer or Resene Galvo-One primer.

         Specification         Thoroughly wash down all surfaces to be painted with Resene Roof
                               Wash in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D89.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Galvo-One primer, in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D41.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Enamel undercoat in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D44.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Enamacryl high-gloss acrylic enamel in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D309.

30.11.10 Paint on Fibrous Cement:

         Schedule of Work All fibrous cement soffits.

         Specification         Preparation

                               Ensure all nail heads are flush with the surface. Spot prime nail
                               heads with Resene Galvo-Prime in accordance with Resene Data
                               Sheet D402.

                               Painting

                               Apply one coat of Resene Quick Dry Acrylic Primer Undercoat in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D45.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Sonyx 101 semi-gloss acrylic in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D30.

30.11.11 Paint on Hardiflex:

         Schedule of Work All Hardiflex wall cladding.




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         Specification         Preparation

                               Ensure all nail heads are flush with the surface. Spot prime nail
                               heads with Resene Galvo-Prime in accordance with Resene Data
                               Sheet D402.

                               Painting

                               Apply one coat of Resene Quick Dry Acrylic Primer Undercoat in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D45.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Sonyx 101 semi-gloss acrylic in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D30.

30.11.12 Paint on Existing Plaster:

         Schedule of Work All exterior existing plaster surfaces.

         Condition             Previously painted in a waterproofing Acrylic which is delaminating
                               in areas back to a bituminous coating. Some cracks allowing
                               moisture ingress. Mould and tree sap are also evident.

                               Note: Where it is known that there is a bituminous type base coat
                               the use of any solvent based top coats shall be avoided.

                               Preparation

                               1. Treat areas of moss or mould infestation with Resene Moss &
                                  Mould Killer, diluted at the rate of 200 grams to 1 litre of clean
                                  water in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D80. Leave for up
                                  to 48 hours to achieve full kill. For heavy infestations more
                                  applications may be needed.

                               2. Thoroughly wash down with a 25 % solution of Resene Paint
                                  Prep and House wash and water to remove all dirt, dust, grease,
                                  moss and mould residue, chalk, cobwebs and other
                                  contaminants in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D812.

                               3. Water blast at 3000psi to remove all loose and flaking material,
                                  and all dirt, grease, moss and mould residue, surface chalk,
                                  dust, and other contaminants. Allow the surface to dry
                                  thoroughly.

                               4. Seal any areas of exposed bitumen type coating with Resene
                                  Membrane Roofing Primer in accordance with Resene Data
                                  Sheet D49.

                               5. Cracks greater than 1 millimetre wide, and any damaged areas
                                  should be thoroughly raked out to remove all loosely bound
                                  material and any contaminants. These areas and any other bare
                                  concrete should then be primed with Resene Concrete Primer
                                  prior to filling as outlined in the next clause. Refer to Resene
                                  Data Sheet D405.

                               6. Cracks and holes less than 5mm deep can be filled using Selley‟s
                                  Permafill or similar product in accordance with the label
                                  directions. Allow 24 hours dry before coating. Otherwise mix

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                                 Resene Rockcote Multistop FRP bedding compound powder with
                                 water at the rate of 125 mls of water per kg of powder. Mixing is
                                 best achieved by mechanical drill mixer. Use minimal quantities
                                 of water to obtain a workable paste. Trowel the filling compound
                                 into the „prepared cracks‟ and finish flush to surrounding
                                 concrete. Seal all repairs as soon as practicable with Resene
                                 Limelock.

                               7. Any construction joints requiring repair should be thoroughly
                                  raked out and cleaned then filled with a suitable sealant as per
                                  sealant manufacturer‟s directions. The sealant should not be
                                  painted. Paints will not be as flexible as sealants and some
                                  sealants may also exude plasticiser into paint and create a tacky
                                  surface. Ensure flashings and cappings have been installed
                                  where needed, are of adequate size, suitably primed and well
                                  fixed. Ensure all edges around windows, doors etc., are
                                  thoroughly weather tight.

                               8. Cracks measuring less than 1mm should have Resene Brushable
                                  Crack Filler brushed into them in accordance with Resene Data
                                  Sheet D811. Allow 3 hours before recoating.

                               Painting

                               Apply two full coats of Resene X-200 by brush or roller (not spray)
                               to provide a watertight surface in accordance with Resene Data
                               Sheet D62.

                               Note: Good access to the surface must be provided. The use of
                               rollers with extension handles longer than 1.3 metres is not an
                               adequate means of application for X-200 waterproofing system.

                               Allow to apply a different colour paint to the plaster margins at wall
                               openings and plinth.

         Guarantee             Provide a 10 year Waterproofing Guarantee for the finished work.

                               Contact the Paint manufacturer before the application of the paint to
                               confirm the requirements for the issue of the Waterproofing
                               Guarantee.

30.11.13 Paint on New Plaster:

         Schedule of Work All exterior new plastered surfaces.

         Specification         Preparation

                               All surfaces should be clean and free from dirt, grease, mould and
                               any other contaminants.

                               Any damage and cracks measuring more than 1mm wide shall be
                               reported to the Main Contractor for repair by others.




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                               Painting

                               Apply one coat of Resene Limelock or Resene Quick Dry Primer in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D809 and D45A.

                               Brush Resene X-200 or Thixalon 5 into all cracks measuring less
                               than 1mm in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D63.

                               Apply two coats of Resene X-200 by brush or roller (not spray) to
                               provide a watertight surface in accordance with Resene Data Sheet
                               D62.

         Guarantee             Provide a 10 year Waterproofing Guarantee for the finished work.

                               Contact the Paint manufacturer before the application of the paint to
                               confirm the requirements for the issue of the Waterproofing
                               Guarantee.

                               Allow to apply a different colour paint to the plaster margins at wall
                               openings and plinth.

30.11.14 Clean Hardwood Timber work:

         Schedule of work      Existing exterior Hardwood timber decking and balustrades.

         Condition             Aged and weathered timber with Lichen, mould, tree saps and
                               dirt.

         Specification         Notes: Total removal of all mould and dirt is essential.

                               The following treatment of moss/lichen infested areas shall be
                               carried out prior to the main work on this contract commencing.

                               Preparation

                               1. Treat all moss and lichen infested surfaces and any other very
                                  dirty or mouldy surfaces with a saturation coat of Resene Deep
                                  Clean, diluted at the rate of 330 grams to 1 litre of clean water.
                                  Do not wash off. After about a week visible signs of cleansing
                                  should become apparent. Resene Deep Clean is a slow release
                                  cleaning/mould agent. For heavy infestations more applications
                                  may be needed. Apply in accordance with label directions.

                               2. If any areas of moss or mould infestation exist then treat them
                                  with Resene Moss & Mould Killer, diluted at the rate of 200
                                  grams to 1 litre of clean water in accordance with Data Sheet
                                  D80. Leave for up to 48 hours to achieve full kill. For heavy
                                  infestations more applications may be needed. 5.2Thoroughly
                                  scrub down with a 25% solution of Resene Paint Prep and House
                                  wash and water to remove all dirt, dust, grease, moss and mould
                                  residue, cobwebs and other contaminants. Rinse thoroughly with
                                  clean water in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D812.

                               3. Remove or punch in any rusty nails and replace with galvanised
                                  or stainless steel nails as required.


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30.12    INTERIOR WORK

30.12.1 Schedule of Work All new work and all existing surfaces affected by the work shall be
                         painted as specified or to match existing adjoining surfaces.

30.12.2 Preparation of         All existing surfaces to the rooms scheduled shall be cleaned off
        Existing Surfaces      and filled to provide clean, smooth, perfectly flat surfaces ready for
                               refinishing.

30.12.3 Paint on Gib Board:

         Schedule of Work All Gib Board walls and ceilings unless otherwise noted.

         Specification         Apply one coat of Resene Sureseal in accordance with Resene
                               Data Sheet D42.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Zylone Sheen paint to walls in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D302 and Resene Zylone 20
                               paint to ceilings in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D37.

                               All paint shall be applied by roller.

30.12.4 Paint on Fibrous Plaster:

         Schedule of Work All fibrous plaster walls and cornices.

         Specification         Apply one coat of Resene Sureseal sealer in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D42.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Zylone Sheen paint in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D302.

                               All paint shall be applied by roller.

30.12.5 Paint on MDF Board

         Schedule of Work MDF Board walls and ceilings to all Dirty Laundry/Clinical Waste
                          Store.

         Specification         To cut edges, lightly sand, apply one coat of Resene Acrylic
                               Wallboard Sealer, sand, apply a second coat of Resene Acrylic
                               Wallboard Sealer then apply two coats of alkyd satin finish paint.

                               Apply one coat of sealer and two coats of alkyd satin finish paint to
                               face of sheet.

30.12.6 Paint on Timberwork:

         Schedule of Work Paint grade doors and finishing timbers, including timber door
                          frames, cornice, skirting rail, dado rail, window architraves and sill
                          nosings.

         Specification         Apply one coat of Resene Quick Dry primer in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D45.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Acrylic Undercoat in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D404.



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                               Apply one coat of Resene Lusta-Glo semi-gloss enamel in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D33.

30.12.7 Stain on Timber:

         Schedule of Work All interior Plygroove dados and plywood wardrobes.

         Specification         Apply three coats of selected Sikkens Interior oil-based stain.

                               Apply three coats of Resene Qristal Clear polyurethane satin finish
                               in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D52.

                               Sand thoroughly between coats.

30.12.8 Paint on Existing Varnished Timbers

         Schedule of Work All existing varnished timber work to the First Floor level.

                               Preparation

                               1. If any areas of moss or mould infestation exist then treat them
                                  with Resene Moss & Mould Killer, diluted at the rate of 200
                                  grams to 1 litre of clean water in accordance with Resene Data
                                  Sheet D80. Leave for up to 48 hours to achieve full kill.

                               2. Thoroughly wash down with a 25 % solution of Resene Paint
                                  Prep & House wash and water to remove all dirt, dust, grease,
                                  moss and mould residue, cobwebs and any other contaminants
                                  in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D812. Rinse thoroughly
                                  with clean water. Allow to dry.

                               3. Thoroughly scrape and sand to remove any loose and flaking old
                                  varnish. Ensure all areas of damaged varnish are thoroughly
                                  sanded to a feathered edge. Thoroughly sand with fine
                                  sandpaper to provide a good key for subsequent coatings.
                                  Remove dust.

                               4. Seal all remaining varnished areas only with Resene Waterborne
                                  Smooth Surface Sealer in accordance with Data Sheet D47a.

                               5. Spot prime any bare timber with Resene Quick Dry Acrylic Primer
                                  Undercoat in accordance with Data Sheet D45.

                               6. Fill all holes and cracks with Selleys No More Cracks Interior or
                                  equivalent product applied in accordance with manufacturer‟s
                                  directions. When dry spot prime with Resene Quick Dry Acrylic
                                  Primer Undercoat.

                               Painting

                               Apply two coats of Resene Lustacryl at the spreading rate of 12
                               square metres per litre, per coat, in accordance with Resene Data
                               Sheet D310.




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30.12.9 Paint on Metalwork:

         Schedule of Work All exposed metalwork and exposed pipework.

         Specification         Preparation

                               Prepare all surfaces to be painted in             accordance    with
                               manufacturer‟s specification for exposed steel.

                               Painting

                               Apply two coats of Resene Rust-Arrest in accordance with Resene
                               Data Sheet RA30.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Enamel Undercoat in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheets D44.

                               Apply one coat of Resene Super Gloss enamel in accordance with
                               Resene Data Sheet D32.

30.12.10 Paint on Concrete:

         Schedule of Work All exposed concrete walls and ceiling to Switchboard Room in
                          Basement.

         Specification         Apply one coat of Resene Sureseal oil-based sealer in accordance
                               with Resene Data Sheet D42.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Lumbersider acrylic satin finish paint in
                               accordance with Resene Data Sheet D34.

30.12.11 Paint on Concrete:

         Schedule of Work Floor to Switchboard Room in Basement.

         Specification         Ensure that the relative humidity of the Concrete Floor is less than
                               75% RH.

                               Apply two coats of Resene Uracryl 403 in Resene 'Raven' 4GR50
                               colour.

30.12.12 Paint on Steel Windows

Schedule of Work               All existing steel window frames.

         Condition             Previously painted in an enamel system. Minor areas of de-
                               lamination back to galvanising. Chalked with dirt and mould evident
                               in areas.

         Specification         Preparation

                               1. If any areas of moss or mould infestation exist then treat them
                                  with Resene Moss & Mould Killer, diluted at the rate of 200
                                  grams to 1 litre of clean water in accordance with Resene Data
                                  Sheet D80. Leave for up to 48 hours to achieve full kill. For
                                  heavy infestations more applications may be needed.



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                               2. Mix one part of Resene Roof Wash & Paint Cleaner with three
                                  parts of fresh water, in accordance with Resene Data Sheet D88.
                                  Apply a liberal wash of this mixture to the surface with a nylon
                                  bristle brush or broom. Thoroughly scrub the surface to ensure
                                  complete removal of all grease, moss and mould residue, and
                                  any other contaminants.

                               3. Low pressure water-blast or thoroughly hose down to remove all
                                  salts dirt, grease, moss and mould residue, surface chalk, dust,
                                  and other cleaning residues.

                               4. Any cracking putty on windows should be scraped out and a
                                  clean sound substrate prepared. Treat for mould if necessary
                                  and wash thoroughly afterwards.

                               5. Where under-film corrosion is taking place the existing paint must
                                  first be removed by scraping, use of paint stripper, or other
                                  suitable means. Thoroughly wire brush or sand with Wet & Dry
                                  paper to remove all areas of white corrosion material and as
                                  much red rust as is practicable. Power wire brushing may be
                                  used to remove the red rust corrosion, but care must be taken
                                  not to damage sound zinc coated areas. All paint edges must be
                                  feathered to a smooth finish and the sound paint coating slightly
                                  roughened to assist in adhesion of the newly applied coating
                                  system. It is strongly recommended that any badly rusted
                                  sections of galvanised steel be replaced.

                               Note: The performance of the subsequent paint systems will be
                               largely dependent on the thoroughness of this surface preparation
                               stage.

                               6. Immediately spot prime all cleaned red rust areas only with one
                                  coat of Resene Galvo-One Primer, in accordance with Resene
                                  Data Sheet D41. Allow to dry for 24 hours.

                               7. Ensure all edges of damaged paint are sound and immediately
                                  prime all remaining bare surfaces, and also the primed red rust
                                  areas, with Resene Galvo-One Primer in accordance with
                                  Resene Data Sheet D41. Allow 24 hours dry time.

                               8. Reglaze where necessary using a suitable Steel Frame Putty.
                                  Allow putty to dry for 2-4 weeks before priming with Resene
                                  Galvo-One Primer.

                               Painting

                               Apply two coats of Resene Enamacryl in accordance with Resene
                               Data Sheet D309.




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30.13       REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERIOR SURFACE FINISHES TO INHIBIT FIRE SPREAD

All paint finishes shall meet the requirements of the N.Z. Building Code 1992, Section C, Fire
Safety, regarding the Spread of Flame Index, the Smoke Developed Index and the Flammability
Index.

Building Elements             Purpose Group or Location                  Maximum Permitted Index
                              (Refer Note 1)

Key:                          SFI – Spread of Flame Index
                              SDI – Smoke Developed Index
                              FI – Flammability Index
                                                                            SFI        SDI           FI

Walls, ceilings               Exitways in all Purpose Groups                 0           3           -

                              Sleeping areas in Purpose Group SC             0           3           -

                              Passageways, corridors and stairways           7           5           -
                              not being part of an exitway


                              Minimum requirement for all occupied           5          10           -
                              spaces

                                                                          or, 9          8           -

Flooring                      Exitways.                                   Non-combustible or have low
(coverings)                                                               radius of effects of ignition in
                              All occupied space in Purpose Group SC        accordance with BS 5287

Ducts for HVAC                Internal surfaces.                             0           3           -
Systems
                              External surfaces.                             7           5           -

Acoustic                      Within air-handling plenum in Purpose
Treatments and                Group SC                                       7           5           -
Pipe insulation

Suspended Flexible            Exitways serving Purpose Group SC              -           -          12
Fabrics

                              Underlay to exterior cladding or roofing       -           -          12
                              when exposed to view in occupied
                              spaces in Purpose Group SC and WL

Membrane Structures           Purpose Group SC                               Pass the standard test of
                                                                            flammability of membrane
                                                                                    structures

Notes:

1.     For the purpose of this Table the term “occupied spaces” means a space that can be expected to be occupied
       during normal use of the building by its intended occupants. It does not include concealed spaces or ceiling
       cavities which may be accessed only through a hatch, or plant rooms and the like occupied only for maintenance
       purposes.
2.     Purpose Group of Mental Health Acute Inpatient Unit Ground Floor Level is SC with a Fire Hazard Category = 1.
3.     Purpose Group for First Floor Level is WL with a Fire Hazard Category = 2.




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SECTION 34 - GUARANTEES

34.1   GENERAL

Read in conjunction with Specification, Section 1, Preliminary and General and the General
Conditions of Contract.

The Contractor shall obtain all guarantees and warranties in writing and submit to the
Architects.

The guarantees and warranties come into effect on the date of Practical Completion of the
building and shall provide a guarantee or warranty against defects in materials and
workmanship and shall include for the making good of resulting damage to structure and
finishes.


34.2   SCHEDULE OF GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES

Section        Clause          Item                                  Period


13             13.18(a)        Metal Windows                         Five (5) years

13             13.18(b)        Double Glazing                        Ten (10) years

16             16.4.9,         Roofing
               16.6.10         Colorsteel Roofing
                                     - flaking, peeling, fading      Fifteen (15) years
                                     - perforation                   Thirty (30) years

16             16.5.5          Butynol Roofing                       Twenty (20) years

16             16.7            Colorsteel Rainwater Heads            Ten (10) years

16             16.8            Colorsteel Spouting                   Ten (10) years

16             16.9            Colorsteel Downpipes                  Ten (10) years

17             17.1.20         Plumbing and Drainage Services        Twelve (12) months

22             22.1.21         Mechanical Services                   Twelve (12) months

30             30.11.12,       Resene X-200 Paint System             Ten (10) years
               30.11.13




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SECTION 35 – FIRE REPORT

35.1   FIRE REPORT

The Fire Engineering Design Report prepared by Asbic Consultants Ltd, Fire Engineers, is
attached.




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SECTION 38 - PRODUCER STATEMENTS

38.1   PRODUCER STATEMENTS

The following Producer Statements are attached:

Structural Design - prepared by Hanlon and Partners Ltd

Mechanical Services - prepared by AirComm Consultants Ltd

Fire Protection Services – prepared by Fire Protection Engineers Ltd




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SCHEDULE S1: SCHEDULE OF EXTERIOR MATERIALS,
             FINISHES AND COLOURS


S1.1      GENERAL

S1.1      For all paint colours, sample panels shall be prepared and approved by the Engineer before
          proceeding with the work.

S1.2      Read in conjunction with the Specification and the Drawings.

          This Schedule takes priority over the Specification.

S1.3      The surfaces shall be finished as scheduled below.

S1.2      KEY TO SCHEDULE

          The following abbreviations are used in this Schedule:

          Abbreviation                     Product                      Specification Reference
          Sonyx 101                        Resene Sonyx 101             Painting, Clauses 30.11.10
                                                                           and 30.11.11
          Lumbersider                      Resene Lumbersider           Painting, Clause 30.11.3
          Super Gloss                      Resene Super Gloss           Painting, Clause 30.11.4
          Uracryl 403                      Resene Uracryl 403           Painting, Clauses 30.11.5,
                                                                           30.11.6 and 30.11.7
          Enamacryl                        Resene Enamacryl             Painting, Clause 30.11.8
                                                                           and 30.11.9
          X-200                            Resene X-200                 Painting, Clauses 30.11.12
                                                                            and 30.11.13
          Autex Reef                       Autex Reef                   Floorcoverings Clause 29.6


S1.3 SCHEDULE
Surface                         Material          Finish         Type          Colour
Roofing
- Existing Metal Roofing        Metal             Paint                        To match Colorsteel Roofing
- Metal Roofing includes        0.5 mm BB900/     Colorsteel     ZR8
    Ridging, barge, flashings   BB400
    etc.
- Butynol                       1.0 mm Butynol                                 “Light Grey”
Soffits
- Existing Fibrous Cement       Fibrous Cement    Paint          Sonyx 101
- Grooved Plywood               12 mm             Paint          Lumbersider
                                     Plygroove
Spoutings
- Existing Metal                Metal             Paint          Enamacryl
- Colorsteel                    0.55 metal        Colorsteel     ZR8
Downpipes                       0.55 metal        Colorsteel     ZR8


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Surface                        Material           Finish       Type          Colour

Walls
- Existing Plastered Walls     Plaster            Paint        X-200
- New Plastered Walls          Plaster            Paint        X-200
- Smooth plaster reveals       Plaster            Paint        X-200
- Fibrous Cement               Hardiflex          Paint        Sonyx 101
Window and Door Frames
- Existing                     Aluminium          Powdercoat   ─
- Existing                     Steel              Paint        Enamacryl
Doors
-   Existing                   Aluminium          Powdercoat   ─
- New                          Aluminium          Powdercoat   ─
- New                          Timber             Paint        SuperGloss


Roof Fans                      Steel              Powdercoat   ─
Decking                        Hardwood           Marine       Autex Reef
                                                  Carpet
Handrails
- Existing                     Steel              Paint        Uracryl 403
- New                          Steel              Paint        Uracryl 403
                                                               ─             ─
Concrete Kerbs, Steps and      Concrete/Plaster   Unfinished
Ramps
Posts and Entry Canopy         Timber             Paint        Lumbersider




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SCHEDULE S2: SCHEDULE OF INTERIOR MATERIALS,
             FINISHES AND COLOURS


S2.1    GENERAL

S2.1    For all paint colours, sample panels shall be prepared and approved by the Engineer
        before proceeding with the work.

S2.2    Read in conjunction with the Specification and the Drawings.

        This Schedule takes priority over the Specification.

S2.3    The surfaces shall be finished as scheduled below.

S2.4    Where the new work affects part of an existing wall or ceiling surface, allow to paint the
        whole area of the wall or ceiling, as applicable.

S2.2    KEY TO SCHEDULE

        The following abbreviations are used in this Schedule:

       Abbreviation              Product                           Specification Reference
       Floor
       Tarkett “Eminent”         Tarkett “Eminent”                 2mm thick Sheet Vinyl
       Tarkett “Safe-T”          Tarkett “Safe-T”                  2mm thick non-slip Sheet Vinyl
       Carpet – Wool             Jacobsen’s Studioneutrals         Carpet
       Carpet – Nylon            Robert Malcolm Lynchberg          Carpet

       Walls
       Zylone SpaceCote          Resene Zylone SpaceCote           Painting
       Lumbersider               Resene Lumbersider                Painting
       Tarkett “Eminent”         Tarkett “Eminent”                 2mm thick Sheet Vinyl

       Ceiling
       Zylone SpaceCote          Resene Zylone SpaceCote           Painting
       Lumbersider               Lumbersider                       Painting




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S2.3      ALL AREAS

Surface                  Material                  Finish                     Colour
Window and Sliding       Aluminium                 Powdercoat
   Door Frames
Interior Door Frames –   Steel                     Powdercoat
   Fringed
Interior Door Frames –   Aluminium                 Powdercoat
   Cavity Sliding
Interior Doors           Melteca                   Prefinish
Interior Doors and       Timber                    Polyurethane               Clear, Satin
   Frames
Blinds to Door Vision    Luxaflex
   Panels
Acoustic Bifold Door     Transpace Spaceseal       Melteca
Ceiling Grilles          Metal                     Baked Enamel
Bench Tops
   - Laminated Plastic
Joinery                  Plywood                   Stain and Polyurethane
Joinery                  Melteca                   Prefinish
Bench Frames             Metal                     Powdercoat
Wash Hand Basin          Laminated Plastic
   Splashbacks
Pin Boards               Skellerup Forbo           Bulletin Board
Distribution Boards      Metal                     Baked Enamel
Curtains                 James Dunlop              FR-One Secure
Curtains                 James Dunlop              FR-One Luna
Roller Blinds            Luxaflex Rollershade      Prefinished                Black

S2.4      GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

Surface                     Material                  Finish              Type                Colour
G01 ENTRY
Floor                       Recessed Mat              Carpet              Pedigrid
Skirting                    ─                         ─                   ─
Walls                       Aluminium Windows         Prefinish
Ceiling                     13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                     Fibrous Plaster           Paint

G02 WAITING
Floor                       Carpet – Wool             Prefinish           Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                    Carpet – Wool             Prefinish           Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                       12mm Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                     13mm Grib Board           Paint
Cornice                     Fibrous Plaster           Paint

G03 WC
Floor                       Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish           Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                    Vinyl                     Prefinish           Tarkett Eminent
Walls                       Sheet Vinyl on 4mm        Prefinish           Tarkett Eminent
                              Thinline MDF Board
                              on 9mm Plywood
Wall Constrasting Band      Sheet Vinyl on 4mm        Prefinish           Tarkett Eminent
                              Thinline MDF Board
                              on 9mm Plywood
Ceiling                     13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                     Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish            Type                Colour

G04 PRIVACY
Floor                      Carpet – Wood             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Wool                      Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                      12mm Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Bard             Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint

G05 STAIR
Floor                      Concrete                  Unfinished
Walls                      Concrete                  Unfinished
Ceiling                    Concrete                  Unfinished

G06 LOBBY 1
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm     Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12mm Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timbers          Timber                    Paint

G07 STAFF HUB
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Stain and
                                                       Polyurethane

G08 LOUNGE/ACTIVITIES
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyeurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G09 KITCHEN SERVERY
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish         Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Vinyl                     Prefinish         Tarkett Eminent
Walls – dado to 900mm      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G10 DINING/LOUNGE
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G11 PATIENT AREA 1
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G12 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G13 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G14 PATIENT AREA 2
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish            Type                Colour

G15 COPY
―                          ―                         ―                 ―                   ―

G16 DRUG
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish         Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish         Tarkett Eminent
Walls                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G17 ADMIN
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G18 STAFF/NURSES
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G19 OFFICE
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G20 TEA
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G21 PATIENT AREA 3
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish         Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G22 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G23 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G24 PATIENT AREA 4
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G25 O.T. LOUNGE
Floors                     Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G26 LOUNGE
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    2 x layers 13mm Gib       Paint
                             Noiseline
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G27 WHANAU LOUNGE
Floor - part               Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting – part            Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Floor – part               Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting – part            Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    2 x layers 13mm Gib       Paint
                             Noiseline
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G28 WHANAU FLAT/PATIENT AREA 5
Floor                 Carpet – Wool                  Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting              Carpet – Wool                  Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado 12mm Plygroove on              Stain and
                        9mm packing                    Polyurethane
Walls – above dado    12.5 Fibrous Plaster on        Paint
                        9mm Plywood
Ceiling               13mm Gib Board                 Paint
Cornice               Fibrous Plaster                Paint
Finishing Timber      Timber                         Paint

G29 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G30 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G31 PATIENT AREA 6
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint



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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour
G32 PATIENT AREA 7
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G33 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G34 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G35 PATIENT AREA 8
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G36 QUIET/INTERVIEW
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                      Material                  Finish           Type              Colour

G37 BATHROOM
Floor                        Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                     Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                        Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                               MDF Board on
                               12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band       Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                               MDF Board on
                               12mm Plywood
Ceiling                      13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                      Timber                    Paint
Finishing Timber             Timber                    Paint

G38 WC
Floor                        Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                     Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls                        13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                      Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber             Timber                    Paint

G39 PASSAGE
Floor                        Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                     Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls – to 900mm dado        12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                               9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado           12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                               9mm Plywood
Ceiling                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                      Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber             Timber                    Paint

G40 PASSAGE
Floor                        Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                     Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls – to 900mm dado        12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                               9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado           12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                               9mm Plywood
Ceiling                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                      Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber             Timber                    Paint

G41 CLIENT LAUNDRY
Floor                        Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                     Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls                        Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                               MDF Board on
                               12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band       Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                               MDF Board on
                               12mm Plywood
Ceiling                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                      Timber                    Paint

G42 SPRINKLER VALVE ROOM                                        -               -             -
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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G43 SLUICE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Packing
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Packing
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G44 CLEANER
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G45 LOBBY 2
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm     Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G46 PATIENT AREA 9
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G47 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  10 of 18
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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G48 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G49 PATIENT AREA 10
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G50 TREATMENT
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls                      12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G51 LOBBY 3
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm     Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G52 PATIENT AREA 11
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G53 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G54 INTERVIEW
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G55 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G56 PATIENT AREA 12
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Stain and
                                                       Polyurethane

G57 LOBBY 4
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm     Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G58 PATIENT AREA 13
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G59 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G60 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G61 PATIENT AREA 14
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G62 PATIENT AREA 15
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint




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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G63 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint

G64 LOBBY 5
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm     Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G65 LOBBY 6
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls – dado to 900mm      Carpet – Wool on 12mm
                             Plywood
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G66 PATIENT AREA 16
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls – to 900mm dado      12mm Plygroove on         Stain and
                             9mm packing               Polyurethane
Walls – above dado         12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G67 ENSUITE
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Walls Contrasting Band     Sheet Vinyl on 12mm       Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
                             MDF Board on
                             12mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Aqualine         Paint
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                  14 of 18
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Surface                    Material                  Finish           Type                Colour

G68 LARGE INTERVIEW
Floor                      Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Skirting                   Carpet – Wool             Prefinish        Jacobsen’s Studio
Walls                      12.5mm Fibrous Plaster    Paint
                             on 9mm Plywood
Ceiling                    13mm Gib Board            Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G69 LOBBY
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish
Walls – New                12.5 Fibrous Plaster on   Paint
                             9mm Plywood
Walls – Existing           Existing                  Paint
Ceiling                    Existing                  Paint
Cornice                    Fibrous Plaster           Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

G70 STAIR
Floor                      Existing                  ─                ─                   ─
Skirting                   Existing                  ─                ─                   ─
Walls                      Existing                  Paint
Ceiling                    Existing                  Paint
Balustrade                 Existing                  Paint
Handrail                   Existing                  Paint

G71 LIFT
Floor                      Carpet                    Prefinish
Walls                      Carpet                    Prefinish

G72 LINK
Floor – Existing           Existing                  ─                ─
Floor – New                Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting – Existing        Existing                  ─                ─
Skirting – New             Sheet Vinyl               Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Walls – Existing           Existing                  Unfinished       ─                   ─
Walls – New                12mm Fibrous Plaster      Paint
Ceiling                    Existing                  Unfinished       ─                   ─
Cornice                    Timber                    Paint
Finishing Timber           Timber                    Paint

S2.5      FIRST FLOOR LEVEL

F01 LOBBY
Floor                      Carpet                    Prefinish
Skirting
- Existing                 Timber                    Paint
- New                      Timber                    Paint
Walls
- Existing                 Plaster/MDF Board         Paint
- New                      13mm Gib Board            Paint
Ceiling
- Existing                 Suspended Grid            Prefinish        ─                   ─
- New                      13mm Gib Board            Paint                                White
Cornice
- Existing                 Timber                    Paint                                White




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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                     15 of 18
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Surface                    Material                 Finish            Type                Colour

F02 LIFT
Floor                      Carpet                   Prefinish
Walls                      Carpet                   Prefinish

F03 STAIR
Floor                      Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Skirting                   Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Walls                      Existing                 Paint
Ceiling                    Existing                 Paint
Balustrade                 Existing                 Paint
Handrail                   Existing                 Paint

F04 SHOWER
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl              Prefinish         Tarkett Safe-T
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl              Prefinish         Tarkett Safe-T
Walls                      Sheet Vinyl              Prefinish         Tarkett Aquarelle
Ceiling                    Existing                 Prefinish         ─                   ─

F05 FEMALE WC
Floor                      Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Skirting                   Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Walls                      Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Ceiling                    Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─

F06 MALE WC
Floor                      Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Skirting                   Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Walls                      Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─
Ceiling                    Existing                 ─                 ─                   ─

F07 PASSAGE
Floor                      Carpet                   Prefinish
Skirting - Existing        Timber                   Paint
Walls – Existing           Plaster                  Paint
Ceiling – Existing         Suspended Grid           Prefinish
Cornice – Existing         Timber                   Paint

F08 NURSING
Floor                      Carpet                   Prefinish
Skirting                   Carpet                   Prefinish
Walls
- Existing                 (a) MDF Board/ Plaster   Paint
                           (b) Frontrunner
- New                      MDF Board/ 13mm Gib      Paint
                           Board
Ceiling – Existing         Suspended Grid           Prefinish         ─                   ─
Cornice – Existing         Timber                   Paint             ─                   White

F09 STAFF ROOM
Floor                      Carpet                   Prefinish
Skirting                   Carpet                   Prefinish
Floor                      Sheet Vinyl              Prefinish         Tarkett Eminent
Skirting                   Sheet Vinyl              Prefinish         Tarkett Eminent
Walls – Existing           (a) MDF Board            Paint
                           (b) Frontrunner          Prefinish
Walls – New                (a)13mm Gib Board        Paint
                           (b)Gib/Frontrunner       Prefinish
Ceiling – Existing         Suspended Grid           Prefinish         ─                   ─
Cornice Batten             Timber                   Paint                                 White



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WAKARI HOSPITAL - DUNEDIN                                                                     16 of 18
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Surface                     Material             Finish           Type                Colour
F10 REGISTRAR/HOUSE SURGEON/TRAINEE INTERN
Floor                 Carpet              Prefinish
Skirting              Carpet              Prefinish
Walls – Existing      Plaster             Paint
Ceiling – Existing    Suspended Grid      Prefinish
Cornice Batten        Timber              Unfinished

F11 STORE
Floor                       Sheet Vinyl          Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting - Existing         Timber               Paint
Skirting – New              Timber               Paint
Walls – Existing            MDF Board/ Plaster   Paint
Walls – New                 13mm Gib Board       Paint
Ceiling                     Suspended Grid       Prefinish
Cornice Batten – Existing   Timber               Paint

F12 SOCIAL WORKER
Floor                       Carpet               Prefinish
Skirting – Existing         Timber               Paint
Skirting – New              Timber               Paint
Walls – Existing            MDF Board/ Plaster   Paint
Walls – New                 13mm Gib Board       Paint
Ceiling – Existing          Suspended Grid       Prefinish        ─                   ─
Ceiling – New               13mm Gib Board       Paint                                White
Cornice Batten – Existing   Timber               Paint                                White

F13 CLINICAL NURSING SPECIALIST
Floor                     Carpet                 Prefinish
Skirting – Existing       Timber                 Paint
Skirting – New            Timber                 Paint
Walls – Existing          MDF Board/ Plaster     Paint
Walls – New               13mm Gib Board         Paint
Ceiling – Existing        Suspended Grid         Prefinish        ─                   ─
Ceiling – New             13mm Gib Board         Paint                                White
Cornice Batten – Existing Timber                 Paint                                White

F14 BABIES STORE
Floor                       Sheet Vinyl          Prefinish        Tarkett Eminent
Skirting - Existing         Timber               Paint
Skirting – New              Timber               Paint
Walls – Existing            MDF Board/ Plaster   Paint
Walls – New                 13mm Gib Board       Paint
Ceiling                     Suspended Grid       Prefinish
Cornice Batten – Existing   Timber               Paint

F15 CHARGE NURSE MANAGER
Floor                Carpet                      Prefinish
Skirting – Existing  Timber                      Paint
Skirting – New       Timber                      Paint
Wall – Existing      MDF Board/ Plaster          Paint
Walls – New          13mm Gib Board              Paint
Ceiling – New        Suspended Grid              Prefinish        To match existing   White
Cornice Batten – New Timber                      Paint                                White




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Surface                     Material             Finish           Type              Colour

F16 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
Floor                     Carpet                 Prefinish
Skirting – Existing       Timber                 Paint
Skirting – New            Timber                 Paint
Walls – Existing          MDF Board/ Plaster     Paint
Walls – New               13mm Gib Board         Paint
Ceiling – Existing        Suspended Grid         Prefinish        ─                 ─
Ceiling – New             13mm Gib Board         Paint                              White
Cornice Batten – Existing Timber                 Paint                              White

F17 CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST 1
Floor                     Carpet                 Prefinish
Skirting – Existing       Timber                 Paint
Skirting – New            Timber                 Paint
Walls – Existing          MDF Board/ Plaster     Paint
Walls – New               13mm Gib Board         Paint
Ceiling – Existing        Suspended Grid         Prefinish        ─                 ─
Ceiling – New             13mm Gib Board         Paint                              White
Cornice Batten – Existing Timber                 Paint                              White

F18 CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST 2
Floor                     Carpet                 Prefinish
Skirting – Existing       Timber                 Paint
Skirting – New            Timber                 Paint
Walls – Existing          MDF Board/ Plaster     Paint
Walls – New               13mm Gib Board         Paint
Ceiling – Existing        Suspended Grid         Prefinish        ─                 ─
Ceiling – New             13mm Gib Board         Paint                              White
Cornice Batten – Existing Timber                 Paint                              White

F19 PASSAGE 1
Floor                       Carpet               Prefinish
Skirting – Existing         Timber               Paint
Skirting – New              Timber               Paint
Walls – Existing            MDF Board/ Plaster   Paint
Walls – New                 13mm Gib Board       Paint
Ceiling – Existing          Suspended Grid       Prefinish        ─                 ─
Ceiling – New               13mm Gib Board       Paint                              White
Cornice Batten – Existing   Timber               Paint                              White

F20 LIBRARY/RESOURCE/STUDENTS
Floor                 Carpet                     Prefinish
Skirting – Existing   Timber                     Paint
Skirting – New        Timber                     Paint
Walls – Existing      MDF Board/ Plaster         Paint
Walls – New           Plaster                    Paint
Ceiling – Existing    Suspended Grid             Prefinish        ─                 ─
Cornice Batten        Timber                     Paint                              White

S2.6      BASEMENT FLOOR LEVEL

G05 STAIR
Skirting – New              Timber               Paint
Walls – New                 13mm Gib Board       Paint
Finishing Timber            Timber               Paint

SWITCH BOARD ROOM
Floor                       Concrete             Paint
Walls                       Concrete             Paint
Ceiling                     Concrete             Paint


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SCHEDULE S3 : SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE
S3.1     GENERAL
         Read in conjunction with:
               Architectural Drawings and Specification
               Security Services Drawings and Specification
               Fire Report

S3.2     SCHEDULE OF DOOR TYPES

         Type                Description                                          Specification
                                                                                     Section
         A                   Aluminium framed, glazed, bi-parting                       13
         B                   Aluminium framed, glazed, sliding                          13
         C                   Solid core, flush door – polyurethane finish – interior    15
         D                   Solid core, flush door – Melteca finish                    15
         E                   Solid core, flush door – Melteca finish – cavity sliding   15
         F                   Security, flush door – Melteca finish                      15
         G                   Security, flush door – Melteca finish – vision panel       15
         H                   Fire door – Melteca finish                                 15

S3.3     SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE
S3.3.1   LEGEND

 Electronic Lock      -

 Furniture            -    Legge Alpha 700 Series

 Lock Set             -    Lockwood 3572 Series

 Privacy Lock         -

 Latchset             -

 Door Closer          -

 Door Stop            -
 Door Retainers       -

 Flush Bolts          -

 Kick Plates          -

 Door Ventilation     -
  Grilles

 Push Plate           -

 Pull Handle          -

 Master Keying        -    Refer to Specification, Section 14, Carpentry, Clause: Door Hardware. All Keys
                            shall be ‘security’ type.


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 Automatic             -   Refer to Specification, Section 13, Metal Windows and Doors.
  Sliding Doors

 Panic Bolts           -

 Acoustic Seals        -   Refer to Specification, Section 15, Joinery.

 Smoke Seals           -   Refer to Specification, Section 15, Joinery.

 Security Access       -   Refer to Specification Sections – Electrical Services, Security Services.

 Fire Egress           -   Door hardware shall comply with Fire Egress requirements where required.

 Finish                -   All hardware shall be Satin Chrome finish.



S3.3.2 SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE

Notes:

1.   The height of the doors in lined walls shall be the same as the height of doors in adjoining glazed
     walls, unless otherwise noted.

2.   Check the dimensions of all doors before manufacture.

3.   All door strikes shall be fitted complete with strike boxes.

4.   Length of tongue of door strides shall be to suit door and frame.

5.   Backset to door hardware shall be selected to suit door.

6.   Door closers shall be fitted to pull side of door, unless otherwise noted.

7.   Door hardware to all fire doors shall be approved by the fire door manufacturer, before
     commencing manufacture of the doors.

8.   Allow to sort all hardware salvaged from the existing building and reuse in the new work, where
     approved by the Engineer.

9.   All locks shall be master-keyed. Lock cylinders shall be Abbloy 570 Series. All lock cylinders and
     keys shall be supplied by the Employer.

10. Read Schedule of Doors in conjunction with Schedule S3.2, Schedule of Door Types above and
    Specification, Section 13 Metal Windows and Doors, Clause 13.13.2 Schedule of Doors, Section
    14 Carpentry, Clause 14.23 Hardware, Section 15 Joinery, Clause 15.10 Schedule of Doors, and
    Section 21 Electrical Services, Clause 21.44 Security Services.




DOOR HARDWARE TO BE SCHEDULED.




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SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE

Door    Room      Room Name           Notes
        No.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Security Access
No.




                                                                           Electronic Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Acoustic Seals

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Master Keying
                                                                                                                                                                        Door Retainer
                                                                                                                                             Door Closers
                                                                                                                   Privacy Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Smoke Seals
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Pull Handles
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Push Plates
                                                                                                                                                                                        Flush Bolts
                                                               Door Type




                                                                                                                                                            Door Stop
                                                                                             Furniture




                                                                                                                                  Latchset
                                                                                                         Lockset
GROUND FLOOR LEVEL
D1      G01       Entry               Controlled access door   A
D2      G01       Entry               Controlled access door   A
D3      G03       WC                  Accessible WC
D4      G04       Privacy
D5      G02       Waiting             Controlled access door
D6      G05       Stair
D7      ―         FHR
D8      G09       Servery
D9      G10       Dining/Lounge
D10     G10       Dining/Lounge
D11     ―         Patient Store
D12     G11       Patient Area 1
D13     G12       Ensuite             Accessible Bathroom
D14     G13       Ensuite
D15     G14       Patient Area 2
D16     ―         Store
D17     ―         Phone 1
D18     ―         ―                   ―
D19     G16       Drug




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SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE Continued

Door    Room      Room Name           Notes
No.     No.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Security Access
                                                                           Electronic Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Acoustic Seals

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Master Keying
                                                                                                                                                                        Door Retainer
                                                                                                                                             Door Closers
                                                                                                                   Privacy Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Smoke Seals
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Pull Handles
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Push Plates
                                                                                                                                                                                        Flush Bolts
                                                               Door Type




                                                                                                                                                            Door Stop
                                                                                             Furniture




                                                                                                                                  Latchset
                                                                                                         Lockset
D20     G17       Admin
D21     G19       Office
D22     G21       Patient Area 3
D23     G22       Ensuite
D24     G23       Ensuite
D25     ―         Clinic Store
D26     G24       Patient Area 4
D27     G25       O.T./ Lounge
D28     G26       Lounge              Bifold acoustic door     ―
D29     G27       Whanau Lounge       Controlled access door
D30     G28       Whanau Flat
D31     G29       Ensuite
D32     G28       Whanau Flat
D33     G30       Ensuite
D34     G31       Patient Area 6
D35     G32       Patient Area 7
D36     G34       Ensuite
D37     G33       Ensuite
D38     G35       Patient Area 8
D39     G36       Quiet / Interview
D40     G45       Lobby 2
D41     G37       Bathroom            Accessible Bathroom

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SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE Continued

Door    Room      Room Name           Notes
No.     No.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Security Access
                                                                           Electronic Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Acoustic Seals

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Master Keying
                                                                                                                                                                        Door Retainer
                                                                                                                                             Door Closers
                                                                                                                   Privacy Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Smoke Seals
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Pull Handles
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Push Plates
                                                                                                                                                                                        Flush Bolts
                                                               Door Type




                                                                                                                                                            Door Stop
                                                                                             Furniture




                                                                                                                                  Latchset
                                                                                                         Lockset
D42     ―         Cleaner Store
D43     G38       WC
D44     G40       Passage             Controlled access door
D45     ―         Fire Escape         Controlled access gate   ―
D46     ―         Dirty Laundry
D47     G41       Client Laundry
D48     G43       Sluice
D49     G44       Cleaner
D50     G42       Sprinkler Valve
D51     G46       Patient Area 9
D52     G47       Ensuite
D53     G43       Ensuite
D54     G49       Patient Area 10
D55     G50       Treatment
D56     G52       Patient Area 11
D57     G53       Ensuite
D58     G54       Interview
D59     ―         Phone 2
D60     G55       Ensuite
D61     G56       Patient Area 12
D62     G58       Patient Area 13
D63     G59       Ensuite

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SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE Continued

Door    Room      Room Name           Notes
No.     No.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Security Access
                                                                           Electronic Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Acoustic Seals

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Master Keying
                                                                                                                                                                        Door Retainer
                                                                                                                                             Door Closers
                                                                                                                   Privacy Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Smoke Seals
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Pull Handles
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Push Plates
                                                                                                                                                                                        Flush Bolts
                                                               Door Type




                                                                                                                                                            Door Stop
                                                                                             Furniture




                                                                                                                                  Latchset
                                                                                                         Lockset
D64     ―         Linen
D65     ―         Store
D66     ―         Linen 2
D67     G61       Patient Area 14
D68     G60       Ensuite
D69     G62       Patient Area 15
D70     G63       Ensuite             Accessible Bathroom
D71     G66       Patient Area 16
D72     G67       Ensuite
D73     G69       Lobby 7             Controlled access door
D74     G68       Large Interview
D75     G68       Large Interview
D76     G72       Lobby 7             Controlled access door   H
D77     G72       Link 2
FIRST FLOOR LEVEL
D78     F03       Stair
D79     F01       Lobby
D80     F08       Nursing
D81     F09       Staff Room
D82     F10       Registrar
D83     F06       Male WC
D84     F05       Female WC

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SCHEDULE OF DOORS AND DOOR HARDWARE Continued

Door    Room      Room Name           Notes
No.     No.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Security Access
                                                            Electronic Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Acoustic Seals

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Master Keying
                                                                                                                                                         Door Retainer
                                                                                                                              Door Closers
                                                                                                    Privacy Lock




                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Smoke Seals
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pull Handles
                                                                                                                                                                                       Push Plates
                                                                                                                                                                         Flush Bolts
                                                Door Type




                                                                                                                                             Door Stop
                                                                              Furniture




                                                                                                                   Latchset
                                                                                          Lockset
D85     F04       Shower
D86     F19       Passage 1
D87     F15       Charge Nurse
D88     F16       Clinical Psych.
D89     F17       Consultant
                  Psych.
D90     F18       Consultant
                  Psych.
D91     F20       Library
D92     F14       Babies Store
D93     F13       Clinical Nursing
D94     F12       Social Worker
D95     F11       Store
BASEMENT LEVEL
D96     ―         ―                   ―
D97               Switchboard
        ―
                  Room
D98               Switchboard
        ―
                  Room




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