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  • PROJECT MANUAL For

    METROPOLITAN FOUNDARY THEATRE Foundry Center 285 East 3rd Street Loveland, Colorado 80537 May 25, 2018

    Thorp Associates, P.C. Architects and Planners 131 Stanley Avenue, Suite 100 PO Box 129 Estes Park, Colorado 80517 970.586.9528 970.586.4145 Fax www.thorpassoc.com

  • PROJECT MANUAL

    FOR

    METROPOLITAN FOUNDARY THEATRE

    Foundry Center

    285 East 3rd Street Loveland, Colorado 80537

    THORP ASSOCIATES, P.C. ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS

    May 25, 2018

  • PROJECT DIRECTORY METROPOLITAN FOUNDARY THEATRE - FOUNDRY CENTER, Loveland, Colorado P# 1709

    Metropolitan Theatres Corporation Client/Tenant 8727 W 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA 90048 Brinkman Partners Developer/Landlord 3528 Precision Dr, Ste 100 Fort Collins, CO 80528 970.267.0954 Thorp Associates, P.C., Architects and Planners Architect Roger M. Thorp, AIA, LEED AP, Architect of Record Joseph E. Calvin, AIA, Project Architect 131 Stanley Ave, Ste 100; PO Box 129 Estes Park, CO 80517 970.586.9528 KL&A, Inc. Structural Engineer Heath Stein, P.E. 421 E 4th St Loveland, CO 80537 970.776.4823 Pivotal Engineering LLC Mechanical, Plumbing

    James Amodeo, PE 1515 Poydras St., Ste 1875 New Orleans, LA 70112

    516.547.5714

    Electricon Electrical Engineering, LLC Electrical Larry Smith, P.E. 37127 Cullison Ridge Rd Windsor, CO 80550 970.310.0775 BHA Design Inc. Landscape Design Mike McBride 1603 Oakridge Dr Fort Collins, CO 80525 970.223.7577 Interwest Consulting Group, Inc. Civil Engineer Robert Almirall, P.E. 1218 W. Ash, Suite C Windsor, CO 80550 970.460.8487 Trapp Associates, Ltd. Interior Designer Tim Trapp, President 965 Linden Ave Boulder, CO 80304 303.415.0036 Kamran and Company Kitchen Designer Kamran Amiri 411 East Montecito St Santa Barbara, CA 93101 805.963.3016 Northern Colorado Geotech Inc. Geotechnical Engineer 2956 29th St #21 Greeley, CO, 80631 970.506.9244 Ranack Corporation General Contractor Doug Shirack 652 S. County Rd. 9E Loveland, CO 80537 970.667.3698 Refer all questions during bidding and construction to: Roger M. Thorp, AIA, LEED AP, Architect of Record Joseph E. Calvin, AIA, Project Architect 131 Stanley Ave, Ste 100 PO Box 129 Estes Park, CO 80517 970.586.9528V; 970.586.4145F roger@thorpassoc.com joe@thorpassoc.com

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR

    METROLPOLITAN FOUNDRY THEATRE

    FOUNDRY CENTER 285 East 3rd Street

    LOVELAND, COLORADO May 25, 2018

    SPECIFICATIONS TA P#1709

    TITLE PAGE PROJECT DIRECTORY

    TABLE OF CONTENTS DIVISION 00 PROCUREMENT/ISSUES 00 43 25 Procurement Procedures for Substitutions 00 43 25 Substitution Request Form 00 65 13 COMcheck Code Compliance Certificates

    Building Envelope COMcheck Compliance Certificate Mechanical COMcheck Compliance Certificate Lighting COMcheck Compliance Certificate

    DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    01 00 06 Matrix of Responsibility 01 10 00 Administrative Provisions

    01 33 00 Submittals 01 40 00 Quality Control 01 50 00 Construction Facilities and Temporary Controls 01 66 00 Material and Equipment 01 70 00 Contract Closeout

    DIVISION 02 EXISTING CONDITIONS 02 32 00 Geotechnical Subsurface Exploration Report Earth Engineering Consultants,

    LLC, 4396 Greenfield Drive, Windsor, Colorado 80550; Project No. 1162092, dated November 1, 2016.

    DIVISION 03 CONCRETE 03 30 00 Cast-In-Place Concrete

    DIVISION 04 MASONRY 04 21 13 Surface-Bonded Brick Masonry 04 22 00 Concrete Unit Masonry

    DIVISION 05 METALS

    05 12 00 Structural Steel Framing 05 21 00 Steel Joist Framing 05 31 00 Steel Decking 05 40 00 Cold Formed Metal Framing 05 50 00 Metal Fabrications

    DIVISION 07 THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION 07 11 00 Asphaltic Dampproofing 07 19 00 Liquid Water Repellant 07 21 00 Building Insulation 07 25 00 Air Barriers 07 54 00 Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing 07 60 00 Flashing and Sheet Metal 07 72 33 Roof Hatches 07 84 00 Firestopping 07 84 56 Construction Firesafing 07 92 00 Joint Sealers

  • DIVISION 08 OPENINGS 08 11 00 Steel Doors and Hollow Metal Frames 08 14 00 Wood Doors and Frames 08 31 13 Access Doors 08 33 13 Coiling Counter Doors 08 33 23 Overhead Coiling Doors 08 36 13 Glass Overhead Sectional Doors 08 41 13 Aluminum Entrances and Storefronts 08 56 00 Special Function Windows 08 70 00 Finish Hardware 08 81 00 Glass and Glazing

    DIVISION 09 FINISHES 09 20 00 Gypsum Wall Board and Ceiling Systems 09 21 13 Portland Cement Plaster 09 30 10 Ceramic Tile 09 50 00 Acoustical Ceilings 09 65 00 Resilient Flooring and Base 09 68 13 Carpet Glue-Down 09 90 00 Painting and Staining 09 98 13 Fiberglass Reinforced Wall Panel System

    DIVISION 10 SPECIALTIES 10 06 10 Interior Plastic Signs 10 21 16 Solid Plastic Toilet Compartments 10 28 13 Toilet Accessories 10 44 16 Fire Extinguishers and Cabinets 10 51 13 Metal Lockers

    DIVISION 11 LOCK BOX(ES)

    11 90 00 Lock Box(es) DIVISION 13 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION

    13 48 13 Manufactured Sound and Vibration Control Components DIVISION 21 FIRE SUPRESSION (See Mechanical Drawings) DIVISION 22 PLUMBING

    22 10 00 Plumbing Piping and Pumps DIVISION 23 HVAC

    23 05 00 Common Work Results for HVAC 23 07 00 HVAC Insulation 23 08 00 Commissioning of HVAC 23 11 00 Facility Fuel Piping 23 30 00 HVAC Air Distribution 23 74 13 Packaged, Outdoor, Central-Station Air Handling Units

    DIVISION 26 ELECTRICAL 26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical 26 05 13 Conductors and Cables 26 05 26 Grounding and Bonding 26 05 29 Electric Supports and Seismic Restraints 26 05 33 Raceways and Boxes 26 05 53 Electrical Identification 26 24 16 Panelboards 26 27 26 Wiring Devices 26 28 13 Fuses 26 28 16 Enclosed Switches and Circuit Breakers 26 51 00 Interior Lighting 26 56 00 Exterior Lighting DIVISION 31 EARTHWORK

    31 23 00 Excavation and Fill 31 23 23 Structural Foam Block System 31 63 29 Drilled Concrete Piers and Shafts

  • PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE FOR SUBSTITUTIONS 00 43 25 - 1

    DIVISION 00 PROCUREMENT/ISSUES Metropolitan Foundry Theatre P#1709 SECTION 00 43 25 PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE FOR SUBSTITUTIONS PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 INTENT

    A. In order to provide the opportunity for alternate materials, equipment or processes to be introduced into the scope of construction work, outside the strict scope of these Specifications, as separate Substitution Request Form is provided with these Specifications. This form is intended to allow the Client and Architect to thoroughly evaluate advantages or disadvantages that a substitute product or process may bring to the Project. Contractors have the option of submitting this Substitute Request Form 00 43 25 for consideration by the Architect. If approved, Ranack Corporation shall have the option of including the substitute product, material, or process in its Final Contract Negotiations with Metropolitan Theatres Corporation.

    1.02 SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 00 43 25 A. Follows immediately.

    END OF SECTION 00 43 25 - PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE FOR SUBSTITUTIONS

  • 00 43 25 SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM Thorp Associates, P.C. Architects and Planners

    131 Stanley Ave, Ste 100; PO Box 129 970.586.9528 Estes Park, CO 80517 roger@thorpassoc.com Project: Metropolitan Foundry Theatre, Loveland, Colorado P#1709 Date: Specification Section: Submitted by: Name: Company: Address: Telephone: E-mail: Product Name: Manufacturer: Model/Product #: Address: Telephone: Website: Product Description: Supporting Data Attached:

    Drawings Product Data Samples Tests Reports Other

    Describe the reason for the proposed substitution: Describe what benefits the Client will receive from the proposed substitution: Describe all differences between the proposed and specified product (attach separate sheet if needed): Describe differences in dimensions and clearances that are affected by the proposed substitution: Indicate if the proposed product is available in the specified grade and finish, etc. If not, submit finish samples for selection: Describe differences if any in warranty between the proposed and specified products: Describe differences if any in maintenance, service and availability of parts: Describe what affect if any the proposed substitution will have on other trades: Describe what affect if any the proposed substitution will make to the project schedule: Describe what affect if any the proposed substitution will have to project cost: List local projects where the proposed substitute product is installed:

    1. 3. 2. 4.

    Approval if given will be in the form of a written Addendum.

  • COMCHECK CODE COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATES 00 65 13 - 1

    DIVISION 00 PROCUREMENT/ISSUES Metropolitan Foundry Theatre P#1709 SECTION 00 65 13 COMCHECK CODE COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATES PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 COMcheck Compliance Certificates are found following this page.

    A. Building Envelope COMcheck Compliance Certificate B. Mechanical COMcheck Compliance Certificate C. Lighting COMcheck Compliance Certificate

    END OF SECTION 00 65 13 - COMCHECK CODE COMPLAINCE

    END OF DIVISION 00 - PROCU