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d.

No alpha
-
pinene, d
-
limonene or other unsaturated carbon double bond
alkalines are permitted in cleaning agents.


C.

Cert
ificates:


1.

Environmental Issues Certifications:


a.

Submit documentation certifying accuracy of post
-
industrial and post
-
consumer recycled content, and recyclability.


b.

Prior to Final Completion, submit certificate signed by corporate office
holder (i.e. Chai
rman of the Board, President, Vice President, Secretary,
or similar position of authority) of contractor, subcontractor, supplier,
vendor, installer or manufacturer, provided they are primarily responsible
for manufacture of product, indicating:


Post
-
indu
strial and post
-
consumer recycled content of materials installed
are same as those required by Project requirements.


Product recyclability of materials installed are same as those required by
Project requirements.


Indoor air quality requirements. Certifi
cation shall state products and
materials provided are essentially same, and contain essentially
same components as products and materials tested.


c.

Comply with requirements specified in Section 01770


Project Closeout.


D.

Closeout Submittals: Submit data re
lating to environmental issues.


1.

Submit environmental product certifications, in two forms:


a.

Two CD
-
ROMs

organized by CSI 16 Division Format.


b.

Four three
-
ring binders

organized by CSI 16 Division Format with Table
of Contents and with dividers for each di
vision.


1.4

QUALITY ASSURANCE


A.

Environmental Project Management and Coordination: Contractor to
identify one person
on Contractor’s staff to be responsible for environmental issues compliance

and
coordination.


1.

Experience: Environmental project manager to hav
e experience relating to
sustainable building construction.


2.

Responsibilities: Carefully review Contract Documents for environmental issues,
coordinate work of trades, subcontractors, and suppliers; instruct workers relating
to environmental issues; and ov
ersee Project Environmental Goals.


3.

Meetings: Discuss Environmental Goals at following meetings.


a.

Pre
-
construction meeting.


b.

Pre
-
installation meetings.




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c.

Regularly scheduled job
-
site meetings.


d.

Special sustainability issues meetings.


B.

Environmental Issues C
riteria: Comply with requirements listed in various Specification
sections.


C.

The maximum concentration for any chemical emitted at 96 hours in emissions tests shall
not result in a modeled indoor air concentration greater than ½ the chronic inhalation R
EL
concentration of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA)
Chronic Reference Exposure Limit (REL), with the exception of formaldehyde, which is
discussed separately below.


D.

Formaldehyde:

No single product shall contribute

more than one half (½) the OEHHA
staff recommended indoor air limit of 33 μg/m
3

(27 ppb) for formaldehyde. The calculated
concentration of formaldehyde shall not exceed 16.5 μg/m
3
. Same modeling procedure
as described above shall be used for formaldehyde
. This concentration limit shall apply
to all building and occupancy types.
(Note 12)


E.

Construction adhesives

used in Work shall comply with following requirement: no
component present in adhesive at more than 1% of total mass of adhesive shall be a
c
arcinogen or reproductive toxicant as defined in the lists in this specification section.


F.

State Agency Buy Recycled Campaign (SABRC) Recycled Content: Implement the
SABRC recycled
-
content goals

for specific building products, including but not limited
to:


1.

Paper products;


2.

Glass products (windows, glazing, fiberglass, tile, construction blocks, loose
-
grain abrasives);


3.

Plastic products (carpet, plastic lumber, furniture made from plastic, fencing,
parking bumpers, toilet partitions, entry mats, signag
e, sheet plastic and other
plastic
-
containing building products);


4.

Solvents;


5.

Tire
-
derived products (entry
-
mats, resilient flooring, wheelchair and other ramps,
playground surfacing, parking bumpers, speed bumps, tree ties, road surfacing);


6.

Steel products

(structural steel, steel framing, architectural metal, reinforcing
bars, sheet metal, metal siding, metal roofing, lockers, toilet partitions, office
furniture for filing and storage);


7.

Paint (allowed only in exterior installations).


8.

Compost


1.5

DELIVERY, S
TORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Packaging: Deliver materials
in recyclable or in reusable packaging

such as cardboard,
wood, paper, or reusable blankets, which will be reclaimed by supplier or manufacturer
for recycling.


B.

General
: Minimize packaging materials

to max
imum extent possible while still ensuring
protection of materials during delivery, storage, and handling.



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1.

Unacceptable Packaging Materials:
Polyurethane, polyisocyanate, polystyrene,
polyethylene,

and similar plastic materials such as “foam” plastics and
“shrink
-
fit”
plastics.


C.

Reusable Blankets
: Deliver and store materials in reusable blankets and mats reclaimed
by manufacturers or suppliers for reuse where program exists or where program can be
developed for such reuse.


D.

Pallets:

Where pallets are used,
suppliers shall be responsible to ensure pallets are
removed from site for reuse or for recycling.


E.

Corrugated Cardboard and Paper:

Where paper products are used, recycle as part of
construction waste management recycling program, or return to material’s m
anufacturer
for use by manufacturer or supplier.


F.

Sealants, Paint, Primers, Adhesives, and Coating Containers
: Return to supplier or
manufacturer for reuse where such program is available.


1.6

PROJECT CONDITIONS


A.

No smoking

will be permitted in indoor Project

site locations, as per California Labor
Code (Section 400
-
6413.5).


B.

Certifications
:


1.

Environmental Product Certification:


a.

Include manufacturer certification
indicating product contains maximum
recycled content

possible without being detrimental to produc
t
performance


b.

Include certification indicating
cleaning materials comply with
requirements

of these Specifications.


C.

Construction Ventilation and Preconditioning
:


1.

Temporary Construction Ventilation:
Maintain sufficient temporary ventilation of
areas wh
ere materials are being used that emit VOCs
. Maintain ventilation
continuously during installation, and until emissions dissipate after installation. If
continuous ventilation is not possible via building’s HVAC system(s) then
ventilation shall be supplied

via open windows and temporary fans, sufficient to
provide no less than three air changes per hour.


a.

Period after installation shall be sufficient to dissipate odors and elevated
concentrations of VOCs. Where no specific period is stated in these
Specifi
cations,
a time period of 72 hours shall be used
.


b.

Ventilate areas directly to outside
; ventilation to other enclosed areas is
not acceptable.


2.

During dust producing activities (e.g. drywall installation and finishing
) turn
ventilation system off, and open
ings in supply and return HVAC system shall be
protected from dust infiltration
. Provide temporary ventilation as required.


3.

Preconditioning: Prior to installation, allow products which have odors and


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significant VOC emissions
to off
-
gas in dry, well
-
venti
lated space for 14 calendar
days

to allow for reasonable dissipation of odors and emissions prior to delivery
to Project site.


a.

Condition products without containers and packaging to maximize off
-
gassing of VOCs


b.

Condition products in ventilated warehouse

or other building. Comply
with substitution requirements for consideration of other locations.


D.

Protection
:


1.

Moisture Stains:
Materials with evidence of moisture damage, including stains,
are not acceptable, including both stored and installed materials
;

immediately
remove from site and properly dispose. Take special care to prevent
accumulation of moisture on installed materials and within packaging during
delivery, storage, and handling to prevent development of molds and mildew on
packaging and on pro
ducts.


a.

Immediately remove from site and properly dispose of materials showing
signs of mold and signs of mildew, including materials with moisture
stains.

b.

Replace moldy materials with new, undamaged materials
.


2.

Ducts:
Seal ducts during transportation, del
ivery, and construction

to prevent
accumulation of construction dust and construction debris inside ducts.


1.7

SEQUENCING


A.

Environmental Issues:


1.

On
-
Site Application:
Where odorous and/or high VOC emitting products are
applied on
-
site, apply prior to install
ation of porous and fibrous materials
. Where
this is not possible, protect porous materials with polyethylene vapor retarders.


2.

Complete interior finish material installation no less than fourteen (14) days prior
to Substantial Completion to allow for bui
lding flush out


PART 2
-

PRODUCTS


2.1

CHEMICALS OF CONCERN



A.

Chemicals of Concern are those chemicals listed below as toxic air contaminants,
carcinogens, teratogens, reproductive toxins, and chemicals with established Chronic
Reference Exposure Level
s (REL):


B.

Carcinogens: Chemicals listed as probable or known human carcinogens in the latest
published edition of the following two lists:


1.

California Environmental Protection Agency, Air Resources Board (ARB), list of
Toxic Air Contaminants (California Ai
r
Toxics).
http://www.arb.ca.gov/toxics/summary/summary.htm


2.

California Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Health
Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), Safe Drinking Water and Toxi
c Enforcement Act
of 1986 (Proposition 65).


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http://www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65/prop65_list/Newlist.html
.


C.

Reproductive Toxicants: Chemicals known to cause reproductive toxicity including
birth
defects or other reproductive harm in the latest published edition of the following list:
California Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment (OEHHA), Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986
(Pro
position 65).
http://www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65/prop65_list/Newlist.htm
.


D.

Chemicals with established Chronic Reference Exposure Levels (REL): Chronic RELs
have been developed for 65 h
azardous airborne substances as of January 2001. A
chronic REL is an airborne concentration level that would pose no significant health risk
to individuals indefinitely exposed to that level. RELs are based solely on health
considerations, and are develope
d from the best available data in the scientific literature.
The California Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment (OEHHA) establishes and publishes RELs.

Table 1.

Chronic Reference Exposure Levels for organic che
micals with possible indoor
sources. Based on California OEHHA list as of January 2001:


Substance


(CAS #)

Chronic

Inhalation REL
(µg/m
3
)


Hazard Index Target(s)

Acetaldehyde*

75
-
0
7
-
0

9

Respiratory system

Acrolein

107
-
02
-
8

0.06

Respiratory system; eyes

Ammonia

7664
-
41
-
7

200

Respiratory

system

Arsenic

& arsenic compounds

7440
-
38
-
2

0.03

Development; Cardiovascular
system; Nervous system

Benzene

71
-
43
-
2

60

Hematopoietic system;
development; nervous system

Butadiene

106
-
99
-
0

20

Reproductive system

Cadmi
um


& cadmium compounds

7440
-
43
-
9

0.02

Kidney; respiratory system

Carbon tetrachloride

56
-
23
-
5

40

Alimentary system; development;
nervous system

Chlorinated dioxins


& dibenzofurans

1746
-
01
-
6


5120
-
73
-
19

0.00004

Alimentary system (liver);
reproductive system; development;
endocrine system; respiratory
system; hematopoietic system

Chlorine

7782
-
50
-
5

0.2

Respiratory system

Chlorine dioxide

10049
-
04
-
4

0.6

Respiratory system

Chlorobenzene

108
-
90
-
7

1000

Alimentary sys
tem; kidney;
reproductive system

Chloroform

67
-
66
-
3

300

Alimentary system; kidney;
development



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Substance


(CAS #)

Chronic

Inhalation REL
(µg/m
3
)


Hazard Index Target(s)

Chromium hexa
valent:
soluble except chromic
trioxide


0.2

Respiratory system

Chromic trioxide

(as chromic acid mist)


0.002

Respiratory system

Cresol mixtures

1319
-
77
-
3

600

Nervous system

Dichlorobenzene (1,4
-
)

106
-
46
-
7

800

Nervous system; respiratory
system; alimentary system; kidney

Dichloroethy
lene (1,1)


75
-
35
-
4

70

Alimentary system

Diesel Exhaust*


5

Respiratory system

Dimethylformamide (N,N
-
)

68
-
12
-
2

80

Alimentary system ; respiratory
system

Dioxane (1,4
-
)

123
-
91
-
1

3,000

Alimentary system; kidney;
cardiovascular system

Epichlorohydrin

106
-
89
-
8

3

Respiratory system; eyes

Epoxybutane (1,2
-
)


106
-
88
-
7

20

Respiratory system; cardiovascular
system

Ethylbenzene

100
-
41
-
4

2,000

Development; alimentary system
(liver); kidney; endocrine system

Ethyl chloride

75
-
00
-
3

30,000

Development
; alimentary system

Ethylene dichloride

107
-
06
-
2

400

Alimentary system (liver)

Ethylene glycol

107
-
21
-
1

400

Respiratory system; kidney;
development

Ethylene glycol monoethyl
ether

110
-
80
-
5

70

Reproductive system;
hematopoietic system

Ethylene glycol monoethyl
ether acetate

111
-
15
-
9

300

Development

Ethylene glycol
monomethyl ether

109
-
86
-
4

60

Reproductive sys
tem

Ethylene glycol
monomethyl ether acetate

110
-
49
-
6

90

Reproductive system

Ethylene oxide

75
-
21
-
8

30

Nervous system



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Substance


(CAS #)

Chronic

Inhalation REL
(µg/m
3
)


Hazard Index Target(s)

Formaldehyde

50
-
00
-
0

3

Respiratory system; eyes

Glutaraldehyde

111
-
30
-
8

0.08

Respiratory syste
m

Hexane (n
-
)

110
-
54
-
3

7000

Nervous system

Hydrazine

302
-
01
-
2

0.2

Alimentary system; endocrine
system

Hydrogen chloride

7647
-
01
-
0

9

Respiratory system

Hydrogen cyanide

74
-
90
-
8

9

Nervous system; endocrine system;
cardi
ovascular system

Hydrogen sulfide

7783
-
06
-
4

10

Respiratory system

Isopropanol

67
-
63
-
0

7,000

Kidney; develop
ment

Manganese & manganese
compounds


0.2

Nervous system

Mercury & mercury
compounds (inorganic)


0.09

Ne
rvous system

Methanol

67
-
56
-
1

4,000

Development

Methyl bromide

74
-
83
-
9

5

Respiratory system; nervous
system; d
evelopment

Methyl chloroform

71
-
55
-
6

1,000

Nervous system

Methyl t
-
butyl ether

1634
-
04
-
4

8,000

Kidney; eyes; a
limentary system
(liver)

Methylene chloride

75
-
09
-
2

400

Cardiovascular system; nervous
system

Methylene Diphenyl

Isocyanate

101
-
68
-
8

0.7

Respiratory system

Naphthalene

91
-
20
-
3

9

Respiratory system

Nickel & compounds

(except nickel oxide


0.05

Respiratory system; hematopoietic
system

Nickel oxide

1313
-
99
-
1

0.1

Respiratory system; hematopoietic
system

Phenol

108
-
95
-
2

200

Alimentary system; cardiovascular
system; kidney; nervous system

Phosphoric acid

7664
-
38
-
2

7

Respiratory system



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Substance


(CAS #)

Chronic

Inhalation REL
(µg/m
3
)


Hazard Index Target(s)

Phthalic anhydride )

85
-
44
-
9

20

Respiratory system

Propylene

115
-
07
-
1

3,000

Respiratory system

Propylene glycol
monomethyl ether

107
-
98
-
2

7,000

Alimentary system (liver)

Propylene oxide

75
-
56
-
9

30

Respiratory

system

Styrene

100
-
42
-
5

900

Nervous system

Tetrachloroethylene*

(perchloroethylene)

127
-
18
-
4

35

Kidney; alime
ntary system (liver)

Toluene

108
-
88
-
3

300

Nervous system; respiratory
system; development

Toluene diisoc
yanates
(2,4
-
&2,6
-
)


0.07

Respiratory system

Trichloroethylene

79
-
01
-
6

600

Nervous system; eyes

Xylenes

(m
-
, o
-
, p
-
)


700

Nervous system; respiratory system


2.2

SUBSTITUTIONS


D.

Substitutions Environmental Issues: Requests for substitutions shall comply with
requirements specified in

Section 01630


Product Substitution Procedures, with
following additional information required where environmental issues are specified.


1.

Indicate each proposed substitution complies with requirements for VOCs.


2.

Owner, in consultation with Architect rese
rve right to reject proposed
substitutions where data for VOCs is not provided or where emissions of
individual VOCs are higher than for specified materials.


3.

Comply with specified recycled content and other environmental requirements.


PART 3
-

EXECUTION


3.1

FIELD QUALITY CONTRO
L


A.

Building Flush Out
: Just prior to Substantial Completion, flush out building continuously
(i.e. 24 hours per day, seven (7) days a week) using maximum tempered outside air (or
maximum amount of outside air while achieving reason
able indoor temperature) for at
least fourteen (14) calendar days.

If interruptions of more than a few hours are required
for testing and balancing purposes, extend flush out period accordingly.


1.

When Contractor is required to perform touch
-
up work, provid
e temporary
construction ventilation during installation and
extend building flush
-
out by a minimum
of four (4) days after touch
-
up installation with maximum tempered outside air for 24
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2.

If construction schedule permits, extend flush
-
out period
beyond 15 days.


3.

Return ventilation system to normal operation following flush
-
out period to minimize
energy consumption.


3.2

CLEANING


A.

Final Cleaning Environmental Issues
:


1.

Clean interior and exterior surfaces exposed to view; remove temporary labels,

stains, and foreign substances; polish transparent and glossy surfaces using
cleaning and maintenance products as described in Part 1 of this Section.


2.

Clean equipment and fixtures to sanitary condition using cleaning and
maintenance products as described

in Part 1 of this Section.


3.

Vacuum carpeted and soft surfaces with high efficiency particulate arrestor
(HEPA) vacuum.


4.

If ducts were not sealed during construction, and contain dust or dirt, clean ducts
using HEPA vacuum immediately prior to Substantial
Completion and prior to
using ducts to circulate air. Oil film on sheet metal shall be removed before
shipment to site. However, ducts shall be inspected to confirm that no oil film is
present. Remove oil.


5.

Replace all air filters (i.e., pre and final fil
ters) just prior to Substantial
Completion
.


6.

Remove and properly dispose of recyclable materials

using construction waste
management program described in Section 01565


Site Waste Management
Program.


3.3

PROTECTION


A.

Environmental Issues


1.

Protect in
terior materials from water intrusion

or penetration; where interior
products not intended for wet applications are exposed to moisture, immediately
remove from site and dispose of properly.


2.

Protect installed products using methods that do not support

growth of molds and
mildews.


3.

Immediately remove from site materials with mold and materials with mildew.



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Project Name:





RECYCLED CONTENT CERTIFICATION FORM


This form is to be completed by a Corporate Officer of the Product Manu
facturer for the General Contractor. The General Contractor must return
the certification, completed for each product with recycled content as required by specific Specification Sections. Attach a
dditional sheets if
necessary.

GENERAL CONTRACTOR


Name:


Address:



Telephone, fax, e
-
mail:


SUBCONTRACTOR/INSTALLER


Name:


Address:



Telephone, fax, e
-
mail:


PRODUCT MANUFACTURER

Name:


Address:



Telephone, fax, e
-
mail:



Item
#

Product
Category
1&
2

(Include if
applicable)

Product Description

CSI sectio
n number
3


(Needed for all products)

Quantity
Bid

Unit of
measur
e


Cost of
material,
(Excluding
installation
labor)

Weight in
pounds

%
Virgin
Conten
t
5


% Post
-
consumer
6


% Post
-
industrial
7

Tota
l %
8

As a percent of total weight




CSI section:








100




CSI section:








100




CSI section:








100




CSI section:








100




CSI section:








100




CSI section:








100

Printed Name: (a corporate officer)



Title




Date




Signature














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COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENTS
specification per project


SECTION 01810

COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENTS

PART 1
-

GENERAL




1.1

DESCRIPTION



A.

This section includes administrative and procedural requirements as well as a
deta
iled description of the commissioning process. This section supplements
other Division 1 Commissioning Sections and applies to equipment installed
under Divisions 15 and 16 as listed in this section.


B.

Basic Commissioning is intended to achieve the followi
ng objectives:


1.

Verify that applicable equipment and systems are installed according to
the manufacturer’s recommendations and to industry accepted minimum
standards and that they receive adequate operational checkout by
installing contractors.


2.

Verify an
d document that performance of equipment and systems is
proper for the application.


3.

Verify that Operations and Maintenance (O&M) data is complete.


4.

Verify that the Owner’s operating personnel are trained in accordance
with the specifications.


C.


Related Wo
rk:


1.

01112

Description of Work


2.

01330

Shop Drawings / Submittals


3.

01770

Project Closeout


4.

01811

Mechanical Equipment Commissioning


5.

01812

Electrical Equipment Commissioning


6.

01813

Prefunctional Checklists


7.

Division 15


8.

Division 16



1.2

DEFINITIONS


A.

Co
mmissioning Process: A systematic process which verifies that the building
systems perform as intended. The commissioning process coordinates system
documentation, equipment startup, control system calibration, testing and
balancing, performance testing a
nd training.




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B.

Commissioning Authority (CA): An entity identified by the City that plans,
schedules, and coordinates the Commissioning Team to implement the
Commissioning Process.



C.

Functional Test (FT): A documented test of the dynamic functioning and
ope
ration of equipment and systems with the goal of verifying that the Design
Intent is met. Test requirements are included in these specifications. Test
procedures are developed and results documented by the Commissioning
Authority. Test procedures are c
ompleted by the Contractor.


D.

Start
-
up Plan: A written plan that documents checks and tests to be completed
prior to the equipment’s Functional Test. Prefunctional Checklists are part of
each Start
-
up Plan and draft checklists are included in the specific
ations. The
Checklists are completed by the Contractor and verified by the Commissioning
Authority through site visits and inspections. The Start
-
up Plan is prepared by
the Contractor.


1.3

COORDINATION


A.

Items listed below require COORDINATION between th
e Contractor, the sub
-
contractors, INSPECTOR and the Commissioning Authority. Details regarding
each item are given elsewhere in this Section and/or other commissioning
sections of the specifications.


B.

Construction Commissioning kick
-
off meeting: Conducte
d by the CA where the
commissioning process is reviewed with the commissioning team members.


C.

Coordination Meetings: Attend meetings throughout construction, scheduled by
the ENGINEER, to plan, coordinate, schedule future activities, and resolve
problems
.


D.

Start
-
up Plans: Work with the CA to develop startup plans and startup
documentation formats, including prefunctional checklists.


E.

Equipment Start
-
up: Utilize start
-
up plans to coordinate equipment start
-
up,
manufacturers’ testing, and other required tes
ting to minimize duplication of work.


F.

Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing: Coordinate testing, adjusting, and balancing
with the Commissioning Authority so that the CA can witness the processes.


G.

Functional Testing: Coordinate functional testing with the Co
mmissioning
Authority so that they can witness testing.


H.

Training: Coordinate training of owner’s staff with Commissioning Authority so
that the CA can verify that training is conducted per commissioning requirements.


1.4

SYSTEMS TO BE COMMISSIONED


NTS:

EDIT THIS PARAGRAPH TO SUIT THE SPECIFIC PROJECT



A.

The following systems will be commissioned where applicable:


Equipment Commissioning Requirements



Specified In:




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Division 15

Domestic Hot Water Heaters and distribution system




01811


Packaged Roo
ftop AC Units and Controls




01811

Split AC and Heat Pump Units and Controls




01811

Evaporative Cooler and Controls




01811

Gas Fired Unit Heaters and Controls




01811

General Occupancy Exhaust Fans and Controls




01811


Distribution Systems for Cond
itioned Air




01811


Division 16

Lighting System and Controls




01812


PART 2
-

PRODUCTS


2.1

TEST EQUIPMENT


A.

Provide all testing equipment required

by the Commissioning Process except
data logging equipment. Data logging equipment is provided by the CA
.


B.

Provide any special equipment, tools, and instruments

that are only available
from the equipment supplier, which are specific to the equipment, and which are
required for testing.


PART 3
-

EXECUTION


3.1

MEETINGS


A.

Construction Commissioning kick
-
off
meeting: A commissioning pre
-
construction
meeting will be held in conjunction with the pre
-
construction meeting within sixty
(60) working days after the city has issued the Notice to Proceed. Attendance is
mandatory for the following team members:


1.

Commis
sioning Authority


2.

Contractor’s Site Supervisor


3.

Contractor’s Project Scheduling personnel


4.

Mechanical sub
-
contractor


5.

Electrical sub
-
contractor


6.

Air Balance sub
-
contractor


7.

INSPECTOR


B.

Miscellaneous Meetings. The ENGINEER will schedule other meetings,
gen
erally in conjunction with regularly scheduled site meetings as construction
progresses. Meetings will cover coordination, deficiency resolution, and planning
issues with particular subcontractors.


3.2

START
-
UP PLANS AND PREFUNCTIONAL CHECKLISTS



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A.

Unde
rtake a full prefunctional checkout of each piece of equipment. The
prefunctional testing must be successfully completed prior to formal functional
testing.


B.

Equipment shall not be “temporarily” started (for heating or cooling) until it has
been started u
p in accordance with the manufacturer’s written start up
procedures as per the Start
-
Up plan.


C.

Start
-
up Plans: The contractor shall prepare start
-
up plan for each piece of
equipment listed in paragraph 1.4 of this section and submit it for approval by the
ENGINEER within 45 days of receiving approved equipment submittals. Start
-
up
plans shall consist of:


1.

The manufacturer’s standard written start
-
up procedures per the
manufacturer’s installation manuals, with check boxes by each
procedure and a signature
block at the end.


2.

Field checkout sheets normally used by the sub
-
contractor.


3.

Forms used by the sub
-
contractor to document tests required in the
specifications.


4.

Final prefunctional checklists (drafts are included in the specifications).
The checklist
s for mechanical systems include sensor and actuator
calibration as described in Section 01811.5.

Schedule of equipment
installation, contractor start
-
up, manufacturer’s start
-
up, and other tests
required by the specifications.


5.

Equipment Manufacturer
’s operating & maintenance instructions


6.

Equipment Manufacturer’s installation and start
-
up manual



D.

After the Start
-
up plan has been approved, the subcontractors shall complete the
documentation per paragraph C.1, 2 and 3 above during the start up o
f the
equipment and submit the completed documentation to engineer prior to the
scheduled functional testing.


E.

Relevant subcontractors shall accompany the commissioning authority on up to 3
construction site visits prior to functional testing. The CONT
RACTOR shall
correct deficiencies found during site visits within 7 days of receiving a Corrective
Action Report from the ENGINEER.


3.3

REQUIREMENTS FOR BEGINNING FUNCTIONAL TESTING


1.

Complete the following prior to functional testing:


1.

Arrange for the Com
missioning Authority to be present during functional
testing


2.

Completion of the start up plan documentation and submission of this
documentation to the ENGINEER.


3.

Correction of deficiencies identified during start
-
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4.

Recording of pretest set points.


3.
4

FUNCTIONAL TESTING


A.

Perform functional testing under the observation of the commissioning authority

who will record the results of the functional test procedures.


B.

Perform all specified tests according to approved testing procedures.

1.

Verify and
test performance using actual conditions whenever possible.

2.

Simulate conditions by imposing an artificial load when it is not practical
to test under actual conditions and when written approval for simulated
conditions is received from Commissioning Aut
hority. Before simulating
conditions, calibrate testing instruments. Set and document simulated
conditions and methods of simulation. After test, return settings to
normal operating conditions.

3.

Alter set points when simulating conditions is not pract
ical and when
written approval to do so is received from Commissioning Authority.

4.

Overwrite sensor values with a signal generator when actual or
simulated conditions and altering set points are not practical. Do not use
the sensor to act as the signal
generator to simulate conditions or
overwrite values.


C.

The Commissioning Authority will review and approve functional testing results
.
Deficiencies found during testing shall be corrected by the Contractor within 7
days of receiving a Corrective Action

Report from the ENGINEER. Deficiencies
shall be retested until accepted by the Commissioning Authority. Where there is
a dispute over a deficiency, the ENGINEER will be the final authority.


D.

Problem Solving:
The CA will recommend solutions to proble
ms found,

however
the burden of responsibility to solve, correct and retest problems is with the
contractor.


E.

All testing, retesting, and acceptance of functional testing shall be completed
prior to substantial completion.


3.5

COST OF RETESTING


A.

C
osts for retesting beyond one retest shall be the responsibility of the Contractor,
if the ENGINEER determines that the contractor is responsible for the deficiency


B.

Retesting will not be considered a reason for a claim of delay or for a time
extension
by the contractor.


3.6

DEFERRED TESTING


A.

Unforeseen Deferred Tests: Checks or tests not completed due to the required
occupancy condition, or other condition may be delayed upon approval of the
ENGINEER.


3.07

WRITTEN WORK PRODUCTS




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A.

The commissioning

process generates a number of written work products
described in the Specifications
.
A summary of the written products follows.
Where the product is developed by the subcontractors, the contractor shall be
responsible for their production.


Product

Devel
oped By

1.

Commissioning schedules

CA and Subcontractors

2.

Equipment & commissioning submittals

Subcontractors

3.

Draft prefunctional checklists

CA with specifications

4.

Startup Plan

Subcontractors

5.

Completed Startup Plan

Subcontractors

6

O&M manuals

S
ubcontractors

7

Overall training plan

CA and Subcontractors

8

Specific training agendas

Subcontractors

9

Commissioning meeting minutes

CA or A/E consultants


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City PM

Approved submittals

for each piece of equipment listed in Section
01810, 1.4(A)



A



Domestic Hot Water Heaters and distribution system



B



Packaged Rooftop AC Units and Controls











C



Split AC and Heat Pump Units and Controls











D



Evaporative Cooler and Controls













E



Gas Fired Unit Heaters and Controls











F



General Occupancy Exhaust Fans and Controls









G



Distribution Systems for Conditioned Air











H



Lighting System and Controls











2

Within 3 weeks of
approval for all
commissioned
equipment



Commissioning Agent attends construction meeting to
explain process





3

During rough
-
in or at
least two weeks
befoire start
-
up



MEP subs to develop a
prefunctional checklist & Start
-
Up

Plan

for each
piece of equipment listed above, using draft prefunctional checklists in
Section 01813. Each plan to include all 6 items listed below:



A



Domestic Hot Water Heaters and distribution system




1)



Manufacturers standard written start
-
up

procedures




2)



Field checkout sheets














3)



Forms used by the sub
-
contractor to document tests





4)



Final prefunctional checklists














5)



Equipment Manufacturer’s operating & maintenance instructions





6)



Equipmen
t Manufacturer’s installation and start
-
up manual



B



Packaged Rooftop AC Units and Controls








1)



Manufacturers standard written start
-
up procedures




2)



Field checkout sheets














3)



Forms used by the sub
-
contractor to document
tests




4)



Final prefunctional checklists














5)



Equipment Manufacturer’s operating & maintenance instructions




6)



Equipment Manufacturer’s installation and start
-
up manual



C



Split AC and Heat Pump Units and Controls




1)



Ma
nufacturers standard written start
-
up procedures





2)



Field checkout sheets














3)



Forms used by the sub
-
contractor to document tests




4)



Final prefunctional checklists














5)



Equipment Manufacturer’s operating & mainte
nance instructions




6)



Equipment Manufacturer’s installation and start
-
up manual



D



Evaporative Cooler and Controls




1)



Manufacturers standard written start
-
up procedures




2)



Field checkout sheets














3)



Forms used by the su
b
-
contractor to document tests




4)



Final prefunctional checklists














5)



Equipment Manufacturer’s operating & maintenance instructions




6)



Equipment Manufacturer’s installation and start
-
up manual



E



Gas Fired Unit Heaters and C
ontrols




1)



Manufacturers standard written start
-
up procedures





2)



Field checkout sheets














3)



Forms used by the sub
-
contractor to document tests




4)



Final prefunctional checklists














5)



Equipment Manufacturer’s

operating & maintenance instructions

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CONTRACTOR

DEVELOPED PLANS”


“A
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Referenced Documents”


Tab Title

















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Control Plan

(SWPPP)










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1.

LEED prerequisite SSp1: Erosion and

Sedimentation Control


Partial Section 01351, 3.03C: CONSTRUCTION AND
SEDIMENTATION CONTROL
PLAN


Partial Section 01351, 3.04
:
EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL


Referenced Document:

DEVELOPMENT BEST MAN
AGEMENT PRACTICES
HANDBOOK


PART A, CONSTRUCTION

ACTIVITIES










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ST
ORMWATER POLLUTION CONTROL MEASURES FOR CONSTRUCTION
ACTIVITIES

project
specification


SECTION 01571

STORMWATER POLLUTION CONTROL

MEASURES FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES



PART 1
-

GENERAL


1.1

THE REQUIREMENT


A.

Minimum Water Quality Protection Requirements


1.

The
CONTRACTOR is required to meet the following minimum
standards of good housekeeping:


a.

Eroded sediments and other pollutants must be retained on site
and may not be transported from the site via sheetflow, swales,
area drains, natural drainage, or wind.


b.

St
ockpiles of earth and other construction
-
related materials must
be protected from being transported from the site by wind or
water.


c.

Fuels, oils, solvents, and other toxic materials must be stored in
accordance with their listing and are not to contaminate

the soil
nor the surface waters. All approved toxic storage containers
are to be protected from the weather. Spills must be cleaned up
immediately and disposed of in a proper manner. Spills may not
be washed into the drainage system.


d.

Excess or waste c
oncrete may not be washed into the public
way or any drainage system. Provisions shall be made to retain
concrete wastes on
-
site until they can be appropriately disposed
of or recycled.


e.

Trash and construction
-
related solid wastes must be deposited
into a

covered receptacle to prevent contamination of rainwater
and dispersal by wind.


f.

Sediments and other materials may not be tracked from the site
by vehicle traffic. The construction entrance roadways must be
stabilized so as to inhibit sediments from bein
g deposited into
the public ways. Accidental depositions must be swept up
immediately and may not be washed down by rain or by any
other means.


B.

Wet Weather Erosion Control Plan (WWECP)


1.

Pursuant to Section 61.02 of the LAMC, whenever it appears that the
construction site will have grading between October 1 and April 15, the
CONTRACTOR shall submit a WWECP to the ENGINEER for approval
within thirty (30) calendar days after award of contract or thirty (30)
calendar days prior to the beginning of the rainy s
eason.



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Guidance on preparing the WWECP can be found in the Development
Best Management Practices Handbook


Part A, Construction Activities
adopted by the Board of Public Works, as authorized by Section 64.72 of
the Los Angeles Municipal Code. This handb
ook can be obtained at cost
at the public/permit counters of the Bureau of Engineering.


C.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan


1.

The CONTRACTOR shall prepare a Stormwater Pollution Prevention
Plan (SWPPP) and implement Best Management Practices (BMPs)
necess
ary to control stormwater pollution from sediments, erosion, and
construction materials leaving the construction site. Guidance on
preparing the SWPPP can be found in the
Development Best
Management Practices Handbook


Part A, Construction Activities


2.

The BMPs contained in the
Development Best Management Practices
Handbook


Part A, Construction Activities

cover the following
categories of construction activities:


a.

site preparation/earth removal

b.

underground structures

c.

aboveground structures

d.

roadways, wa
lkways and parking lots

e.

waterways

f.

planting and landscaping


3.

The SWPPP document shall include the following information:


a.

The name, location, period of construction, and a brief
description of the Project.


b.

Contact information for the CONTRACTOR, including
name,
address, and telephone number.


c.

Name, location, and description of any environmentally sensitive
areas located on or adjoining the Project.


d.

A list of major construction materials, waste, and activities.


e.

A list of BMPs to be used to control pollutan
t discharges from
major construction materials, wastes, and activities.


f.

A site plan (a construction plan may be used) indicating the
location of BMPs where appropriate.


g.

A developer’s certification statement that all required and
selected BMPs will be eff
ectively implemented.


4.

Whenever the CONTRACTOR is required to get any type of permit from
the Department of Building and Safety (DBAS), the CONTRACTOR shall
submit the SWPPP document to the DBAS for review and approval
before obtaining the permit as prescr
ibed by LAMC Section 91.106. If
the CONTRACTOR does not need any type of permit from the DBAS,
the CONTRACTOR shall submit the SWPPP document to the Project
NOTE:

Requires
PHOTO
DOCUMENTATION

of
the Strategies Used


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Manager for review and approval. At least one copy of the approved
SWPPP shall be kept at the con
struction site and accessible to City
INSPECTORS.


a.

A Project in a designated hillside area with less than two acres of
disturbed soil and is not in or adjacent to an ESA will be
exempted from the SWPPP requirement if a Grading Pre
-
Inspection is not require
d.


PART 2
-

PRODUCTS (NOT APPLICABLE)



PART 3
-

EXECUTION (NOT APPLICABLE)



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AGEMENT PRACTICES HA
N
DBOOK



PART A, CONSTRUCTION

ACTIVITIES











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Construction Waste


Management Plan”








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Construction Waste

Management Plan”




1.

LEED point MRc2.1, 2.2: Construction Waste Management


Partial Section 01351, 3.03D
:
CONSTRUCTION WASTE M
ANAGEMENT PLAN



Partial Section 0
1351, 3.05
:
CONSTRUCTION WASTE M
ANAGEMENT


Referenced Document:

CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE
RECYCLING GUIDE


Partial List of Facilities that Accept C&D Materials for Recycling




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SOLID RESOURCES MANA
GEMENT

project
specification



SECTION 01572


SOLID RESOURCES MANAGEMENT



PART 1
-

GENERAL


1.2

DESCRIPTION


A.

This Section Includes: Procedures for ensuring optimal diversion of solid
resources generated by the Work within the limits of the Construction Sche
dule,
Contract Sum, and available materials, equipment, and products.


1.

CONTRACTOR shall participate in promoting efforts of CITY to create a
resource
-
efficient and environmentally sensitive structure and to effect
optimum control of solid waste and recover
able resources generated in
the Work.


2.

Pursuant to the CITY’S Recycled Product Procurement Ordinance and
Amendments (CF 93
-
2092) and President Clinton’s Executive Order
(Federal Acquisition, Recycling, and Waste Prevention), CONTRACTOR
shall use products w
ith post
-
consumer recycled content to the greatest
extent feasible.


3.

Refer to the most recent issue of "A Resource Guide to Recycled
-
Content Construction Products," published by the Solid Resources City
Wide Recycling Division of the Bureau of Sanitation (
call
213 / 473
-
8228

to obtain a copy).


4.

Waste Management Goals:
A
minimum 75%

of total Project waste shall
be diverted from landfill. The CONTRACTOR is to recycle and/or
salvage at least 75% (by weight) all construction, demolition, and land
clearing was
te.

The Construction Waste Management Plan is to meet
the Materials and Resources, Construction Waste Management points
2.1 and 2.2 per the USGBC LEED Green Building Rating Systems,
Version 2.0.


5.

Participation in rebate programs.


B.

Related Sections:
Documents affecting works of this Section include, but are not
necessarily limited to, the following Contract Specifications:


1.

Special Environmental Requirements in Section 01355.


2.

Removal, Cleanup and Demobilization in Section 01740.


3.

General Commissio
ning Process in Section 01810.


4.

Building Commissioning in Section 01830.


5.

Site Work in Division 2


6.

Concrete in Division 3


NOTE:

Requires
DOCUMENTATION

of
all disposed waste


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7.

Masonry in Division 4.


8.

Metal in Division 5.


9.

Wood and Plastics in Division 6


10.

Thermal and Moisture Protection
in Division 7.


11.

Doors and Windows in Division 8.


12.

Finishes in Division 9.


13.

Specialties in Division 10.


14.

Equipment in Division 11.


15.

Furnishings in Division 12.


16.

Mechanical in Division 15.


17.

Electrical in Division 16.


1.3

DEFINITIONS


A.

Class III Landfill: A landfill that accepts non
-
hazardous resources such as
household, commercial, and industrial waste, resulting from construction,
remodeling, repair, and demolition operations. A Class III landfill must have a
solid waste facilities
permit from the California Integrated Waste Management
Board (CIWMB) and is regulated by the Local Enforcement Agency (LEA).


B.

Construction and Demolition Waste: Includes all non
-
hazardous solid resources
resulting from construction, and demolition operati
ons, such as building
materials, packaging, rubbish, debris, and rubble.


1.

Rubbish: Includes both combustible and noncombustible wastes, such
as paper, boxes, glass, crockery, metal and lumber scrap, tin cans, and bones.


2.

Debris: Includes both combust
ible and noncombustible wastes, such as
leaves and tree trimmings that result from construction or maintenance and
repair work.


C.

Disposal: Acceptance of solid wastes at a legally operating facility for the
purpose of landfilling. Includes Class III landf
ills and inert fills.


D.

Inert Backfill Site: A location, other than inert fill or other disposal facility, to
which inert materials are taken for the purpose of filling an excavation, shoring, or
others soils engineering operation.


E.

Inert Fill: A facility

that legally accept inert waste such as asphalt and concrete
exclusively for the purpose of disposal.


F.

Inert Solids/Inert Waste: Non
-
liquid solid resources including, but not limited to,
soil and concrete, that does not contain hazardous waste or solubl
e pollutants at
concentrations in excess of water
-
quality objectives established by a regional
Water Board pursuant to Division 7 (Section 13000 et seq.) of the California

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Water Code and does not contain significant quantities of decomposable solid
resourc
es.


G.

Mixed Debris: Loads that include commingled recyclable and non
-
recyclable
materials generated at the construction site.


H.

Mixed Debris Recycling Facility: A solid resources processing facility that
accepts loads of commingled construction and demol
ition debris for the purpose
of recovering re
-
usable and recyclable materials and disposing the non
-
recyclable residual materials.


I.

Permitted Waste Hauler: A company that possesses a valid and current permit
from the Los Angeles County Department of Publ
ic Health, to collect and
transport solid wastes from individuals or businesses for the purpose of recycling
or disposal in the Los Angeles County.


J.

Recycling: The process of sorting, cleansing, treating and reconstituting
materials for the purpose of us
ing the altered form in the manufacture of a new
product. Recycling does not include burning, incinerating or thermally destroying
solid waste.


K.

On
-
site Recycling: Materials that are sorted and processed for use in an altered
form in the Work, (e.g. con
crete is crushed for use as base for a parking lot on
the site).


L.

Off
-
site Recycling: Materials hauled to a location and used in an altered form in
the manufacture of a new product.


M.

Recycling Facility: An operation that can legally accept materials for
the purpose
of processing the materials into an altered form for the manufacture of a new
product. Depending on the types of materials accepted and operating
procedures, a recycling facility may or may not be required to have a Solid Waste
Facilities perm
it from the CIWMB or be regulated by the LEA.


N.

Re
-
use: Materials that are recovered for use in the same form. This includes
materials are used on
-
site or off
-
site. Refers also to Salvage Material, in which
materials recovered for re
-
use and sold or dona
ted to a third party.


O.

Source
-
Separated Materials: Materials that are sorted at the site of generation
by individual material type for the purpose of recycling, i.e., loads of concrete that
are source
-
separated for delivery to a base course recycling faci
lity.


P.

Solid Waste: Materials that have been designated as non
-
recyclable and are
discarded for the purposes of disposal.


Q.

Transfer Station: A facility that can legally accept solid wastes for the purpose of
temporarily storing the materials for re
-
load
ing onto other trucks and transporting
them to a landfill for disposal, or recovering some materials for re
-
use or
recycling. Transfer stations must be permitted by the CIWMB and regulated by
the LEA.


R.

Chemical Waste: Includes petroleum products, bitu
minous materials, salts,
acids, alkalis, herbicides, pesticides, organic chemicals and inorganic wastes.


S.

Sanitary Wastes:



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1.

Garbage: Refuse and scraps resulting from preparation, cooking,
distribution, or consumption of food.


2.

Sewage: Domestic san
itary sewage.


1.4

SUBSTITUTIONS


A.

Should the CONTRACTOR desire to use materials, equipment or products which
meet the requirements of the Project Manual but are more environmentally
sensitive, the CONTRACTOR shall submit these substitution in accordance with
the submittal provisions for “OR EQUAL” and “SUBSTITUTION” items as
indicated in Section 01630


SUBSTITUTION AND “OR EQUAL” SUBMITTALS
of the GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.


1.5

SUBMITTALS


A.

Solid Resources Management Plan:


1.

Prior to the Bid, CONTRACTOR shall conduc
t a site assessment and
estimate the types and quantities of materials under the Work that are
anticipated to be feasible for on
-
site processing, source separation for
recycling, or re
-
use, and shall note the procedures intended for a
recycling, re
-
use, or

salvage program. Refer to the most recent issue of

Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Guide
”,
and the
“Wood You Recycle?” guide, published by the CITY’S Solid Resources
City Wide Recycling Division, for
a
partial list of facilities that accept
these materials for recycling.


2.

After award of Contract and prior to the commencement of the Work,
CONTRACTOR shall schedule and attend a meeting with a
representative of the CITY’S Solid Resources City Wide Recycling
Division at
213 / 473
-
8228
, and the Bu
reau of Contract Administration
INSPECTOR to discuss the CONTRACTOR’S proposed Solid
Resources Management Plan, and to develop a mutual understanding
regarding the recycling, re
-
use, recycled
-
content procurement, and
rebate programs. Not more than twenty (
20) working days after the
meeting, CONTRACTOR shall prepare and submit to ISWMO
, a
written
Solid Resources Management Plan

including, but not limited to, the
following (submit in format provided herein as Attachment A):


a.

CONTRACTOR and Project identificat
ion information.


b.

Procedures for recycling / re
-
use program to be used.


c.

Materials to be re
-
used and recycled.


d.

Estimated quantity of waste materials to be generated.


e.

Names and location of re
-
used and recycling facilities/sites.


f.

Estimated cost of disposi
ng of waste material.


g.

Estimated quantity of waste materials to be diverted.


(1)

Refer to Item 1.5.B.1 for a listing of waste materials to be
diverted.


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(2)

Other items as directed by ENGINEER.


h.

Submit permit or license and location of waste disposal areas.


i.

S
ubmit procedures for rebate programs.


3.

If applicable, revise and resubmit Solid Resources Management Plan in
coordination with the representative of the CITY’S Solid Resources City
Wide Recycling Division.


a.

The CITY’S review and comment on the CONTRACTOR’S

Solid
Resources Management Plan will not otherwise relieve the
CONTRACTOR of responsibility for adequate and continuing
control of pollutants and other environmental protection
measures.


B.

Required Submittal of Summary of Diversion and Disposal With Each A
pplication
for Progress Payment:


1.

A summary of recyclables and solid resources generated by the
construction and demolition operations. Submit on form provided herein
(Attachment B). Failure to submit the form and its supporting
documentation may rende
r the application for progress payment
incomplete and delay progress payments. Include manifests, weight
tickets, receipts, and invoices specifically identifying the Project and
materials sent to:


a.

Source Separated Recycling Facilities.


b.

Mixed Debris R
ecycling Facilities.


c.

Class III Landfills.


d.

Inert materials accepted at Class III Landfills as daily cover.


e.

Inert fills.


f.

Inert Backfill sites other than Inert Fills.


2.

With each submittal of CONTRACTOR’S application for process
payment, the CO
NTRACTOR is required to submit to the INSPECTOR
the attached, "Summary of Solid Waste Diversion and Disposal, "
quantifying all materials generated in the Work, disposed in Class III
Landfills, or diverted from disposal through recycling. Indicate zero (0)

if
there is no quantity to report for a type of material. As indicated on the
form:


a.

Disposal or recycling reporting shall be made either in tons or in
cubic yards. If scales are available at disposal or recycling
facility, report in tons; otherwise, re
port in cubic yards.


b.

Indicate locations to which materials are delivered for disposal,
recycling, accepted as daily cover, or taken for inert backfill.


NOTE:

Requires
DOCUMENTATION

of
all disposed wast
e


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c.

The Summary Form must be accompanied by legible copies of
weigh tickets, receipts, or invoices that sp
ecifically identify the
project generating the material. Said documents must be from
recyclers and/or disposal site operators that can legally accept
the materials for the purpose of re
-
use, recycling, or disposal.


d.

Indicate the Project title, CITY Work O
rder Number; progress
payment number; name of the company completing the
Summary Form and compiling backup documentation; the
printed name, signature, and daytime phone number(s) of the
person completing the form, the beginning and ending dates of
the peri
od covered on the Summary Form; and the date that the
Summary Form is completed.


C.

Prepare 3
-
ring binder with rebate information and product documentation as
required for Owner to qualify for rebate programs; submit binder with final
closeout submittals.







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WASTE RECYCLING GUIDE





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Document Referenced in Section 01572, 1.5A(1):

PARTI
AL LIST OF FACILITIE
S

THAT ACCEPT C&D MATE
RIALS FOR RECYCLING


C&D Debris Recyclers Database


Facility Name

City

Phone Number

A
-
1
Metals Recycling



»

www.adamssteel.com

Sun Valley

(818) 767
-
4388

Alameda Street M
etal Corp.

Los Angeles

(323) 564
-
5601

Amazon Environmental Inc.
-

Whittier Facility



»

www.amazonpaint.com

Whittier

(800) 566
-
2396

Another Pallet

Long Beach

(562) 437
-
6106

Arnie's Supply Service

Los Angeles

(323) 263
-
1696

BLT Ent
erprises L.L.C.
-
Central LA Transfer Station

Los Angeles

(213) 746
-
9700

Blue Diamond Materials

Irwindale

(800) 300
-
6120

Bradley Landfill And Recycling



»

www.wm.com

Sun Valley

(818) 767
-
6180

Cainas Pallets

Compton

(310) 631
-
9190

Calabasa
s Landfill

Agoura

(818) 889
-
1430

California Waste Services



»

www.
californiawasteservices.com

Gardena

(800) 839
-
5550

Carson Transfer Station(U.S.A. Waste of CA Inc)



»

www.wm.com

Carson

(310) 217
-
6300

Century Pallets



»

www.e
arth911.org/master.asp

Lynwood

(310) 605
-
0788

Chandler's Landfill



»

http://ladpw.org/swims/general/

Rolling Hills
Estate

(310) 784
-
2905

Community Recycling/Resource Recovery

Sun Valley

(818) 767
-
7511

CRA
-
Recycle America
-
Vernon

Vernon

(323) 415
-
0170

Downtown Metal Center

Los Angeles

(323) 234
-
1883

EarthShine

Los Angeles

(714) 897
-
4311

Falcon(JWR) Transfer Center
-
Wilmington (BFI)



»

www.bfi.com

Wilmington

(562) 432
-
2268

Fs Pallets And Repair Service

Gardena

(310) 538
-
9165

Granite Construction Company

Littlerock

(805) 726
-
4447

Habitat For Humanity
-

Pomona Valley



»

www.pomvalhabitat.org

La Verne

(909) 596
-
7098

Habitat For Humanity
-
Pacoima



»

www.valleyhabitat.org

Pacoima

(818) 897
-
0940

Hanson Aggregates



»

www.hansonamerica.com

South Gate

(800) 300
-
6120

Hi Waste Disposal Co.

Artesia

(562) 865
-
8068

Hugo Neu
-
Proler Company

Terminal Island

(310) 831
-
0281

Irwindale Iron & Metal

Irwindale

(626) 359
-
5815



Kramar's Iron & Metal Inc.



»

www.kramarmetals.com

Sun Valley

(818) 767
-
4303

Looney Bins Inc.



»

www.looneybins.com

Sun Valley

(818) 768
-
7197

Master Recycling Center, Inc.

El Monte

(626) 442
-
4242

Mid City Iron & Metal, Corp.



»

www.adamssteel.com

Los Angeles

(213) 747
-
4281

Nu
-
way Live Oak Landfill
-
Waste Management



»

www.wastemanagement.com

Irwindale

(626)
301
-
9727

Ornelas Construction Clean Up

Mission Hills

(818) 364
-
1278

Pacific Industrial Metal Corporation

Los Angeles

(310) 538
-
5360

Pacific/West Re
cycling Services, Inc.



»

http://www.pacificwestrecycling.com/

Manhattan
Beach

(310) 545
-
4972

Puente Hills Landfill

Whittier

(562) 695
-
8264

RC Pallets

Lynwood

(310) 608
-
3330

Recycled Base Materials, Inc.

Sun Valley

(818) 767
-
3088

S & G Pallets

Los Angeles

(213) 488
-
9457

Scholl Canyon Landfill
-

LA County Sanitation Dist.



»

www.lacsd.org

Glendale

(323) 245
-
9865

Shamrock Base

Los Angeles

(323) 223
-
2366

South Coast Recycling

Los Angeles

(213) 245
-
2684

Southland Pallets

Los Angeles

(323) 231
-
1884

Sun Valley Rock & Asphalt



»

ww.vulcanmaterials.com/sunvalley

Sun Valley

(818) 983
-
0146

The Invironmentalists
-

Van Nuys



»

www.theinvironmentalists.com

Van Nuys

(818) 374
-
5200

Valley Base Materials

Sun Valley

(8
18) 767
-
3088

Valley Iron & Metal Company

Sun Valley

(323) 875
-
2520

Vulcan Materials
-
Littlerock



»

www.vulcanmateirals.com

Littlerock

(805) 672
-
2517

Waste Recovery And Recycling



»

www.wm.com

South Gate

(323) 560
-
8488

Whittier Fertilizer



»

www.whittierfertilizer.com

Pico Rivera

(562) 699
-
3461




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Indoor Air Quality

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1.

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Partial Section

01351, 3.03E: CONSTRUCTION IAQ MANAGEMENT
PLAN


Partial Section 01
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project
specification


SECTION 15600

HEATING, VENTILATING & AIR CONDITIONI
NG



PART 1
-

GENERAL


1.1

DESCRIPTION

A.

Provide all labor materials and equipment necessary for heating, ventilating and
air conditioning where shown on the contract drawings and specified herein
including the following:

Commissioned systems

have detailed
O&M manual requirements as shown in
01820 O&M MANUAL AND TRAINING.

1.

Sheet metal ducts and plenums.

2.

Counter flashing of ducts and vents through roof.

3.

Duct and plenum insulation and duct lining.

4.

Volume dampers and fire dampers.

5.

Diffuses, registers and grille
s, and other air distribution systems.

6.

Air filters and holding frames.

7.

Flexible air duct.

8.

Refrigerant piping.

9.

Pipe installation.

10.

Pipe hangers and supports.

11.

Pipe and equipment insulation.

12.

Pipe identification.

13.

Flexible pipe connections.

14.

Blowers and fans.

15.

Pow
er roof exhausters.

16.

Packaged air conditioner.

17.

Evaporative cooler.

18.

Forced air rooftop make up gas furnace.

19.

Unit heater.

20.

Control system.

21.

Air balancing.

B.

Related Work:

1.

Work of this Section shall comply with the Contract Documents including,
but not necessarily

limited to, General Conditions and the General
Requirements.

2.

Cast
-
In
-
Place Concrete in Section 03300.

3.

Rough Carpentry in Section 06100.



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4.

Flashing and Sheet Metal in Section 07600.

5.

Access Panels in Section 08305

6.

Plumbing and Mechanical in DIVISION 15.

7.

Elect
rical in DIVISION 16.


1.2

QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.

Use adequate numbers of skilled workers who are thoroughly trained and
experienced in the necessary crafts and who are completely familiar with the
specified requirements and the methods needed for proper per
formance of the
work of this Section.

B.

Without additional cost to the City, provide such other labor and materials as are
required to complete the work of this Section in accordance with the