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  • KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM

    INTERIOR RENOVATION TRCA CONTRACT NO. 10006491

    FOR

    TORONTO AND REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY

    9550 PINE VALLEY DRIVE, VAUGHAN, Ontario

    ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL and ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

    Project Manual

    ward99 Architects

    Prime Consultant

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    INDEX TO PROJECT MANUAL KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM INTERIOR RENOVATION

    PROJECT MANUAL ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

    Project Information Page

    Professional Qualifications

    List of Drawings

    DIVISION 00 - PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS Refer to Toronto and Region Conservation Authoritys Front End Documents.

    DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Section 01 10 00 General Instructions

    Section 01 31 00 Project Management and Coordination

    Section 01 32 00 Construction Progress Documentation

    Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures

    Section 01 33 23 Shop Drawings, Product Data and Samples

    Section 01 35 20 Safety Requirements

    Section 01 35 43 Hazardous Materials

    Report prepared by Stantec: Designated Substances and Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

    Section 01 41 00 Regulatory Requirements

    Section 01 42 13 Abbreviations and Acronyms

    Section 01 43 00 Quality Assurance

    Section 01 51 00 Temporary Utilities

    Section 01 52 00 Construction Facilities

    Section 01 56 00 Temporary Barriers and Controls

    Section 01 73 00 Execution

    Section 01 74 00 Cleaning and Waste Management

    Section 01 77 00 Closeout Procedures

    Section 01 78 00 Closeout Submittals

    Section 01 82 19 Fire Rating and Assemblies

    DIVISION 02 - EXISTING CONDITIONS Section 02 40 00 Demolition

    Section 02 82 00 Hazardous Removals Standard Requirements Prepared by Stantec

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    INDEX TO PROJECT MANUAL KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM

    INTERIOR RENOVATION

    DIVISION 03 - CONCRETE Section 03 35 00 Concrete Floor Finishing

    DIVISION 04 - MASONRY NOT USED

    DIVISION 05 - METALS Section 05 52 00 Metal Fabrications

    DIVISION 06 - WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES Section 06 10 00 Rough Carpentry

    Section 06 20 00 Finish Carpentry

    Section 06 41 13 Architectural Wood Casework, Glazing and Cabinetry Hardware

    Section 06 41 19 Plastic Laminate

    Section 06 61 16 Solid Surface Fabrications

    DIVISION 07 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION Section 07 21 16 Batt and Blanket Insulation

    Section 07 92 00 Sealants

    DIVISION 08 - OPENINGS Section 08 11 13 Hollow Metal Doors and Frame

    Section 08 71 00 Door Hardware

    DIVISION 09 - FINISHES Section 09 29 00 Gypsum Board

    Section 09 30 13 Ceramic Tiling

    Section 09 65 00 Resilient Flooring

    Section 09 90 00 Painting and Coating

    DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES Section 10 11 00 Visual Display Boards

    Section 10 21 13 Solid Plastic Toilet and Urinal Compartments

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    INDEX TO PROJECT MANUAL KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM INTERIOR RENOVATION

    Section 10 28 13 Toilet Accessories

    Section 10 28 14 Baby Changing Stations

    DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS NOT USED

    DIVISION 20 DIVISION 28 REFER TO MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS IN THE PROJECT MANUAL

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    PROJECT INFORMATION PAGE KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM INTERIOR RENOVATION

    OWNER: Toronto and Region Conservation Authority 101 Exchange Avenue, Woodbridge Ontario L4K 5R6 Contact Person: Mr. Aaron J. DSousa, Senior Project Manager, Contracts, Project Management Office. Tel: 416 661 6600 x5775 CONSULTANT: ward99 architects, 2053 Williams Parkway, Unit 49A, Brampton ON L6S 5T4 Contact Person: Ms. Tina Ranieri-DOvidio, Principal, Tel: 416-613-5880 MECHANICAL SUB-CONSULTANT: WSP|MMM Group Limited 600 Cochrane Drive, Markham, Ontario L3R 5K3 Contact Person: Craig Watson, Project Manager, T +1 905-475-8727 #18841 ELECTRICAL SUB-CONSULTANT: WSP|MMM Group Limited 600 Cochrane Drive, Markham, Ontario L3R 5K3 Contact Person: Carl Wagstaff, Project Coordinator, Tel: 1 905-475-8727 #18845

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    PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

    ward99 Architects

    2053 Williams Parkway, Unit 49A, Brampton, Ontario L6S 5T4

    Certificate of Practice Number 5227

    I reviewed and take responsibility for

    the design work on behalf of a firm

    registered under subsection 2.1 7.4

    of the Ontario Building Code.

    WSP / MMM Group Limited.

    100 Commerce Valley Drive West

    Thornhill Ontario L3T 0A1

    Tel: 905-882-1100

    Mechanical:

    I reviewed and take responsibility for

    the design work on behalf of a firm

    registered under subsection 2.1 7.4

    of the Ontario Building Code.

    WSP / MMM Group Limited.

    100 Commerce Valley Drive West

    Thornhill Ontario L3T 0A1

    Tel: 905-882-1100

    Electrical:

    I reviewed and take responsibility for

    the design work on behalf of a firm

    registered under subsection 2.1 7.4

    of the Ontario Building Code.

    COMPANY

    COMPANY

    COMPANY

    2016-01-14

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    LIST OF DRAWINGS KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM INTERIOR RENOVATION

    LIST OF DRAWINGS Architectural: A0 PROJECT TITLE AND LIST OF DRAWINGS A1 PROJECT INFORMATION, LEGEND, NOTES AND SITE ACCESS PLAN A2 EXISTING DEMOLITION PLANS AND NOTES A3 PROPOSED PLANS AND NOTES A4 PROPOSED INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND DETAILS A5 DOOR AND HARDWARE SCHEDULE, TYPICAL DOOR DETAILS, FINISH SCHEDULE AND

    GENERAL NOTES Mechanical:

    M1 DRAWING LIST, SYMBOL LIST, DETAILS & SCHEDULES M2 BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING - DEMOLITION & NEW WORK M3 GROUND FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING - DEMOLITION & NEW WORK M4 BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN - HVAC - DEMOLITION & NEW WORK M5 GROUND FLOOR PLAN - VENTILATION - DEMOLITION & NEW WORK Electrical: E1 SYMBOL LIST, DRAWING LIST, KEY PLANS & SCHEDULES - ELECTRICAL E2 BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN - DEMOLITION WORK - LIGHTING E3 BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN - NEW WORK - LIGHTING E4 GROUND FLOOR WASHROOM PLAN - DEMOLITION WORK - ELECTRICAL E5 GROUND FLOOR WASHROOM PLAN - NEW WORK - ELECTRICAL

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    DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    01 10 00 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

    KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM INTERIOR RENOVATION

    1.1 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

    Contract documents for work under this contract consists of the following:

    .1 Toronto and Region Conservation Authoritys Front End Documents; Contract #10006491, Request for Tender Documents

    .2 Standard Construction Document CCDC-2, 2008. Supplementary Conditions, as outlined in the Toronto and Region Conservation Authoritys Front End Documents; Contract #10006491, Request for Tender Documents

    .3 Specifications as listed in Index to Project Manual for Architectural, Mechanical and Electrical Specifications.

    .4 Drawings as listed in List of Drawings.

    .5 All Addenda issued prior to Bid Closing Time.

    .6 Amendments incorporated prior to the signing of the Contract, as agreed to between the signing parties.

    1.2 SCOPE OF WORK AND CONSTRUCTION TIMELINES

    .1 The scope of work and the construction timelines described in the contract documents

    consist of the following: .1 Interior renovation to the existing ground floor of the building which includes the

    following: .1 Interior renovation to the existing Mens Public Washroom. .2 Interior renovation to the existing Womens Public Washroom. .3 Renovation to the existing interior and exterior doors at the two main

    entry vestibules, including renovation to eight doors and to the existing door frames. Renovation includes removal of existing hardware and replacement with new hardware. Supply and installation of power door operators at the interior and exterior existing doors at one main entry vestibule.

    .4 Complete abatement of existing gypsum board finished walls and ceilings in the existing Public Washrooms with provision for new gypsum board finish at all washroom walls.

    .5 Replacement of light fixtures and mechanical plumbing and HVAC work.

    .2 Interior renovation to the existing lower level/basement of the building which includes the following: .1 Painting and replacement of existing flooring and wall base at

    classrooms, storage room and bridal suite. .2 Replacement of existing doors and frames to existing classrooms. Refer

    to description regarding Separate Prices. .3 Supply and installation of whiteboards, tackboards and millwork. Refer

    to description of Separate Prices regarding millwork closets. .4 Replacement of light fixtures.

    .3 The interior renovation work may begin sooner but no later than December 26,

    2017 and must be substantially completed by January 22, 2018. Refer to Architectural Drawing A1 for details regarding the project timelines and the scope of work. The building will be closed to the public from December 26, 2017 to January 22, 2018. The building will reopen to the public starting on January 23,

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    DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    01 10 00 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

    KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM

    INTERIOR RENOVATION

    2018. When the building is open to the public, certain work must occur after building hours of operation as follows:

    .1 Alarms to go off in the building, .2 Building testing, .3 Shut off of water in the building, .4 Work involving new and alteration to the building fire alarm

    system and sprinkler system. .5 Work that results in excessive noise, vibration, dust or odour. . Note: The General Contractor is to become familiar with and

    strictly adhere to City of Vaughan Noise By-Laws. .6 Work that occurs in areas of the building outside of the

    construction zones, including the public corridors, public washrooms and service rooms. Refer to the drawings.

    The work noted above must occur before or after the building hours of operation listed above and the timing of this work must be co-ordinated with the Owner.

    1.3 PRODUCTS SUPPLIED BY OWNER

    Products, including appliances and accessories, indicated on the drawings as N.I.C., or so noted in specifications and/or on the drawings, are not included in the Contract but will be supplied by the Owner. These are to be put in place and connected to services by the Contractor.

    The Owner will provide manufacturer's installation instructions for each such product, when available.

    The Contractor's duties with respect to products supplied by the Owner include:

    .1 Unload and handle at site.

    .2 Remove and dispose of packaging. Inspect delivered products and notify the Owner and the Consultant of any damage or missing components.

    .3 Temporarily store products in secure and suitable storage, if they are not to be installed immediately.

    .4 Install and connect to services as applicable.

    .5 Coordinate with millwork subcontractor to provide trim at items installed in cabinetry.

    1.4 EXAMINATION OF SITE

    .1 A mandatory site visit is scheduled at the KORTRIGHT VISITORS CENTRE on Friday November 17, 2017 at 2:00pm. Meet at the buildings Main Entrance, as indicated on the site plan drawing on architectural drawing 1/A1. It is the Contractors responsibility to review the site conditions and make note of any circumstances and limitations of the site and to provide the appropriate pricing accordingly. Additional costs after bid closing will not be entertained due to the Contractors failure to acknowledge the site conditions.

    .2 Examine the site immediately prior to commencing Work to confirm that site as received

    by the Contractor, conform to information on tender documents.

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    DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    01 10 00 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

    KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM INTERIOR RENOVATION

    Notify Consultant immediately if site conditions are not acceptable. Commencement of the Work of this Contract will be taken as acceptance of site conditions. No extras will be considered unless accepted in advance of performance of the work, in writing, by Owner and Consultant.

    Contractor must make himself familiar with conditions on the roadway which may affect construction ie site access, etc.

    1.5 ACCEPTANCE OF WORK IN PLACE

    An on-site Pre-construction Assessment Meeting between the Contractor and the Owner is to occur whereby the existing building and site conditions are visually reviewed and noted and photographs are taken to document the existing conditions, prior to the Contractor occupying part of the site and the building. At the time of construction completion, a final on-site Post-construction Assessment Meeting between the Contractor and the Owner is to occur to ensure that no damage has occurred to the existing building and site resulting from the construction work. The Consultant will be present at both meetings to document the findings and agreements between the Owner and the Contractor.

    Before starting his work and from time to time as the work progresses, each subcontractor shall examine the work and materials installed by the other subcontractors insofar as it affects his own work, and shall promptly notify the Consultant IN WRITING, if any condition exists that will prevent him from giving a satisfactory result in his own work.

    Should the subcontractor start his own work without such notification, it shall be construed as an acceptance by him of all preceding work and as a waiver of all claims or questions as to its suitability for receiving his work.

    1.6 RELATION OF TRADES

    These specifications have been divided generally into sections conforming to Construction Specifications Canada Master Format 2004 for the purpose of ready reference. They must be read as a whole. The responsibility for apportioning the work or of settling disputes related to same shall rest entirely with the Contractor.

    The Contractor is responsible for coordinating all trades. He is solely responsible for determining the lines of demarcation between Contractor and/or trades. Neither the Consultant nor the Owner assume any responsibility for any such determination or for any dispute arising concerning it. No extras will be considered due to any such dispute concerning either labour or materials.

    Specifications and drawings form an integral part of the Contract Documents. Any

    subject or item omitted from one but which is mentioned or reasonably implied in the other, shall be considered properly and sufficiently specified and will be part to the work.

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    DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    01 10 00 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

    KORTRIGHT VISITOR'S CENTRE WASHROOM AND CLASSROOM

    INTERIOR RENOVATION

    1.7 MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP

    All materials shall be new and the best of their respective kinds. Pre-packaged materials shall be delivered and stored in unopened containers.

    All work performed under this Contract shall be done by mechanics skilled in their respective trades. They shall make use of such templates, jigs or special tools as may be required for the operation involved.

    The Contractor is responsible for maintaining quality of workmanship. He s...