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PROJECT MANUAL

VA Coatesville Building 3

OUT PATIENT MEDICAL SUITES & LAB Project No: 542-09-121

1400 Black Horse Hill Road

Coatesville, PA 19320

ISSUED FOR BIDDING APRIL 23, 2012



VA Coatesville Building 3

OUT PATIENT MEDICAL SUITES & LAB Project No: 542-09-121

1400 Black Horse Hill Road

Coatesville, PA 19320


ISSUED FOR BIDDING APRIL 23, 2012

VA Coatesville OWNER


Bray Mooney Consulting PROJECT MANAGEMENT

410 East 21st Street

Chester, PA 19013

610.872.3716


Array Healthcare Facilities Solutions ARCHITECT

2520 Renaissance Boulevard

King of Prussia, PA 19406 (610) 270-0599
WZG STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

180 W. Ridge Pike

Limerick, PA 19468

214..329.5559


Apogee Consulting Group. MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL/

7330 Chapel Hill Road, suite 202 PLUMBINGENGINEER Raleigh, NC 27607

919.858.7420
Harrington Group FIRE PROTECTION

7508 E. Independence Blvd., suite 116

Charlotte, NC 28277

704.531.9077


TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTIONS PAGES DIVISION 00 - PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS

SECTION 000115 - LIST OF DRAWING SHEETS 1 -2

SECTION 001121 - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TO BUILD

SECTION 001131 - ADDITIONAL BIDDING INFORMATION CONCERNING PRESOLICITATION NOTICE

SECTION 002113 - INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

SECTION 002121 - INSTRUCTIONS, CONDITIONS & NOTICES TO OFFERORS SECTION 002221 - SPECIAL NOTICE (SALES AND USE TAXES)

SECTION 002231 - CHECKLIST FOR BIDDERS

SECTION 002241 - LABOR STANDARDS PROVISIONS

SECTION 004011 - SOLICITATION, OFFER, AND AWARD - STANDARD FORM 1442

SECTION 004500 - REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS SECTION 007200 - GENERAL CONDITIONS
DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
SECTION 010000 - GENERAL INTENTION 4-5

SECTION 010000 – STATEMENT OF BID ITEMS 5-6

SECTION 010000 – SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS FOR CONTRACTOR 6-7

SECTION 010000 – CONSTRUCTION SECURITY REQUIREMENTS 7-8

SECTION 010000– FIRE SAFETY 8-11

SECTION 010000 – OPERATIONS AND STORAGE AREAS 11-14

SECTION 010000 – ALTERATIONS 14-15

SECTION 010000 – INFECTION PREVENTION MEASURES 15-21

SECTION 010000 – DISPOSAL AND RETENTION 21-22

SECTION 010000 – PROTECTION OF EXISTING STRUCTURE, EQUIPMENT, UTILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS 22

SECTION 010000 – RESTORATION 22-23

SECTION 010000 – AS BUILT DRAWINGS 23

SECTION 010000 – USE OF ROADWAYS 23-24

SECTION 010000 – TEMPORARY USE OF MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 24

SECTION 010000 – AVAILABILITY AND USE OF UTILITY SERVICES 25-26

SECTION 010000 – TESTS 26

SECTION 010000 – MANUALS AND INSTRUCTIONS 27

SECTION 010000 – GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY 27-28

SECTION 010000 – RELOCATED EQUIPMENT 28-29

SECTION 010000 – CONSTRUCTION SIGN 29

SECTION 010000 – SAFETY SIGN 29

SECTION 010000 – CONSTRUCTION DIGITAL IMAGES 29-30

SECTION 010000 – UNIT PRICES 30-32

SECTION 013216.17 SCHEDULES AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES 33-45

SECTION 013323 - SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, AND SAMPLES 46-49

SECTION 014219 - REFERENCE STANDARDS 50-59

SECTION 015719 - TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS 60-64

SECTION 017329 – CUTTING AND PATCHING 65-70

SECTION 017419 - CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT 71-76
DIVISION 02 - EXISTING CONDITIONS
SECTION 024100 - DEMOLITION
DIVISION 03 - CONCRETE
SECTION 033000 - CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE
DIVISION 04 - MASONRY
SECTION 040513 - MASONRY MORTARING SECTION 042000 - UNIT MASONRY
DIVISION 05 - METALS
SECTION 051200 - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING SECTION 053100 - STEEL DECKING

SECTION 053600 – COMPOSITE METAL DECKING SECTION 054000 - COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING SECTION 055000 - METAL FABRICATIONS


DIVISION 06 - WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES
SECTION 061000 - ROUGH CARPENTRY SECTION 062000 - FINISH CARPENTRY
DIVISION 07 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION
SECTION 071113 - BITUMINOUS DAMPPROOFING SECTION 072113 - THERMAL INSULATION SECTION 072200 - ROOF AND DECK INSULATION

SECTION 075323 - ETHYLENE-PROPYLENE-DIENE-MONOMER ROOFING

SECTION 076000 - FLASHING AND SHEET METAL SECTION 078100 - APPLIED FIREPROOFING SECTION 078400 - FIRESTOPPING

SECTION 079200 - JOINT SEALANTS

SECTION 079513 - EXPANSION JOINT COVER ASSEMBLIES
DIVISION 08 - OPENINGS
SECTION 081113 - HOLLOW METAL DOORS AND FRAMES SECTION 081400 - INTERIOR WOOD DOORS

SECTION 083113 - ACCESS DOORS AND FRAMES

SECTION 084113 - ALUMINUM-FRAMED ENTRANCES AND STOREFRONTS SECTION 087100 - DOOR HARDWARE

SECTION 088000 - GLAZING

SECTION 089000 - LOUVERS AND VENTS
DIVISION 09 - FINISHES
SECTION 092216 - NON-STRUCTURAL METAL FRAMING
SECTION 092300 - GYPSUM PLASTERING SECTION 092900 - GYPSUM BOARD

SECTION 093013 - CERAMIC/PORCELAIN TILING SECTION 095100 - ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS

SECTION 096513 - RESILIENT BASE AND ACCESSORIES

SECTION 096516 - RESILIENT SHEET FLOORING SECTION 096519 - RESILIENT TILE FLOORING SECTION 096700 - RESINOUS FLOORING SECTION 096800 - CARPETING

SECTION 099100 - PAINTING
DIVISION 10 - SPECIALTIES
SECTION 102113 - TOILET COMPARTMENTS SECTION 102123 - CUBICLE CURTAIN TRACKS SECTION 102600 - WALL AND DOOR PROTECTION

SECTION 102800 - TOILET, BATH, AND LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES SECTION 105113 – METAL LOCKERS


DIVISION 11 - EQUIPMENT
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 12 - FURNISHINGS
SECTION 122413 – ROLLER WINDOW SHADES

SECTION 123200 - MANUFACTURED WOOD CASEWORK SECTION 123600 - COUNTERTOPS


DIVISION 13 - SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION
SECTION 13 05 41 - SEISMIC RESTRAINT REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS

507-512
DIVISION 14 - CONVEYING EQUIPMENT


NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 21 - FIRE SUPPRESSION
SECTION 211313 – WET PIPE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
DIVISION 22 - PLUMBING


22 05 11

Common Work Results for Plumbing

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22 05 23

General-Duty Valves for Plumbing Piping

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22 07 11

Plumbing Insulation

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22 08 00

Commissioning of Plumbing Systems

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22 11 00

Facility Water Distribution

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22 11 23

Domestic Water Pumps

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22 13 00

Facility Sanitary Sewerage

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22 14 00

Facility Storm Drainage

--

22 35 00

Domestic Water Heat Exchangers

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22 40 00

Plumbing Fixtures

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22 63 00

Gas Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities

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DIVISION 23 - HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC)


23 05 11

Common Work Results for HVAC and Steam Generation

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23 05 41

Noise and Vibration Control for HVAC Piping and Equipment

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23 05 93

Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing for HVAC

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23 07 11

HVAC, Plumbing, and Boiler Plant Insulation

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23 08 00

Commissioning for HVAC Systems

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23 09 23

Direct-Digital Control System for HVAC

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23 21 13

Hydronic Piping

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23 21 23

Hydronic Pumps

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23 22 13

Steam and Condensate Heating Piping

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23 22 23

Steam Condensate Pumps

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23 31 00

HVAC Ducts and Casings

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23 34 00

HVAC Fans

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23 36 00

Air Terminal Units

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23 37 00

Air Outlets and Inlets

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23 40 00

HVAC Air Cleaning Devices

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23 72 00

Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Equipment

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23 73 00

Indoor Central-Station Air-Handling Units

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23 82 00

Convection Heating and Cooling Units

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23 82 16

Air Coils

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DIVISION 26 - ELECTRICAL


26 05 11 Requirements for Electrical Installations

26 05 21 Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables (600 Volts and

Below)

26 05 26 Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems



26 05 33 Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems

26 05 36 Wireways for Radiology Equipment

26 05 41 Underground Electrical Construction

26 08 00 Commissioning of Electrical Systems

26 09 23 Lighting Controls

26 12 19 Pad-Mounted, Liquid-Filled, Medium-Voltage Transformers

26 22 00 Low-Voltage Transformers

26 23 00 Low-Voltage Switchgear

26 24 11 Distribution Switchboards

26 24 16 Panelboards

26 27 26 Wiring Devices

26 29 21 Disconnect Switches

26 36 23 Automatic Transfer Switches

26 41 00 Facility Lightning Protection

26 43 13 Transient-Voltage Surge Suppression

26 51 00 Interior Lighting

26 56 00 Exterior Lighting
DIVISION 27 - COMMUNICATIONS

27 05 11 Requirements for Communications Installations

27 05 26 Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems

27 05 33 Raceways and Boxes for Communications Systems

27 08 00 Commissioning of Communications Systems

27 52 23 Nurse Call and Code Blue Systems

27 52 31 Security Emergency Call, Duress Alarm, and Telecommunications
DIVISION 28 - ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 31 - EARTHWORK
SECTION 312000 - EARTHMOVING
DIVISION 32 - EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 33 - UTILITIES
NOT APPLICABLE
DIVISION 34 - TRANSPORTATION
NOT APPLICABLE
SECTION 00 01 15

LIST OF DRAWING SHEETS
The drawings listed below accompanying this specification form a part of the contract.

Drawing No. Title
"Drawing List – VA PROJECT No. 542-09-121” (Array #3545)

"GC001" “COVER SHEET”

"GI002" "GENERAL INFORMATION"

"GI102.1" "SECOND FLOOR LIFE SAFETY & ICRA PLAN"

"GI102.2" "FIRST FLOOR LIFE SAFETY PLAN"


STRUCTURAL

“S101” GENERAL NOTES



“S111” FIRST FLOOR FRAMING PLAN

“S131” ROOF FRAMING PLAN “S201” TYPICAL DETAILS “S301” FOUNDATION DETAILS

“S401” BARIATRIC PATIENT LIFT DETAILS
"ARCHITECTURAL"

"AD121" "SECOND FLOOR DEMOLITION PLAN"

"AE120" "SECOND FLOOR OVERALL ARCHITECTURAL PLAN" "AE122" "SECOND FLOOR OVERALL REFLECTED CEILING PLAN" "AE123" "SECOND FLOOR FINISH PLAN"

"AE124" "SECOND FLOOR - FLOOR PATTERN PLAN"

"AE203.1" "ENLARGED PLANS AND INTERIOR ELEVATIONS – MAIN WAITING" "AE203.2" "ENLARGED INTERIOR ELEVATIONS – MAIN WAITING"

"AE205" "ENLARGED PLANS AND INTERIOR ELEVATIONS - PODIATRY" "AE207" "ENLARGED PLANS AND INTERIOR ELEVATIONS - OPTOMETRY"

"AE209.1" "ENLARGED PLANS AND INTERIOR ELEVATIONS – SPECIALTY OUT PATIENT SERVICES"

"AE211.1" "ENLARGED PLANS AND INTERIOR ELEVATIONS – LABORATORY" "AE211.2" "ENLARGED INTERIOR ELEVATIONS – LABORATORY"



"AE211.3" "ENLARGED INTERIOR ELEVATIONS – LABORATORY"

"AE602" "FRAMING DETAILS" "AE603" "INTERIOR DETAILS" "AE605" "PARITION TYPES"

"AE606" "DOOR AND BORROWED LIGHT FRAME DETAILS" "AE608.1" "CASEWORK DETAILS"

"AE608.2" "CASEWORK DETAILS" "AE608.3" "INTERIOR DETAILS"

"AE701" "DOOR AND BORROWED LIGHT SCHEDULES" "AE703" "SECOND FLOOR DOOR HARDWARE"

"AE704" "SCHEDULES"

"AE705" "SIGNAGE STANDARDS"


MECHANICAL

M-011 Mechanical Notes & Legend


M-122 Second Floor Ductwork Plan

M-123 Second Floor Piping Plan

M-132 Third Floor Mechanical Ductwork Plan

M-133 Third Floor Mechanical Piping Plan

M-142 Rooftop Mechanical Plan

M-511 Mechanical Details

M-512 Mechanical Details

M-513 Mechanical Details

M-514 Control Details – Air Handling Units M-515 Control Details – Air Terminal Units M-611 Mechanical Schedules

M-612 Mechanical Schedules M-613 Mechanical Schedules M-614 Mechanical Schedules M-615 Mechanical Schedules
PLUMBING
P-001 Plumbing Notes & Legend

P-122 Second Floor Domestic Water Plan P-123 Second Floor Sanitary Sewer Plan P-132 Third Floor Plumbing Plan

P-142 Rooftop Plumbing Plan

P-411 Plumbing Riser P-412 Sanitary Riser P-511 Enlarged Plans

P-512 Plumbing Details
ELECTRICAL
E-021 Electrical Notes, Abbrev., Legends, and Schedules

ED-121 Second Floor Electrical Demolition Plan



E-122 Second Floor Power Plan

E-123 Third Floor Power Plan

E-124 Second Floor Lighting Plan

E-125 Rooftop Power Plan

E-521 Electrical Details

E-621 Electrical Single Line Diagram

E-622 Electrical Panel Schedules and Equipment Conductor Schedule

E-623 Electrical Panel Schedules
FIRE PROTECTION
FA-121 Second Floor Fire Alarm and Life Safety Plan

FP-120 Second Floor Overall Fire Protection Plan



FP-122 Second Floor Fire Protection Reflected Ceiling Plan
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SECTION 01 00 00

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1 GENERAL INTENTION
A. Contractor shall completely prepare site for building operations, including demolition and removal of existing structures, and furnish labor and materials and perform work for: Building 3 Out Patient Medical Suites and Lab, VA Coatesville 1400 Black Horse Hill Road, Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320 as required by drawings and specifications.
B. Visits to the site by Bidders ARE NOT AUTHORIZ3ED. The only pre-bid site visit is scheduled for May 16, 2013, at 10am. The site visit is listed in the construction solicitation and posted on the Federal Business Opportunity website https://www.fbo.gov/
C. Offices of: Array Healthcare Facilities Solutions 2520 Renaissance

Boulevard, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406, as

Architect-Engineers, will render certain technical services during construction. Such services shall be considered as advisory to the Government and shall not be construed as expressing or implying a contractual act of the Government without affirmations by Contracting Officer or his duly authorized representative.


D. Bray Mooney Consulting, 410 East 21st Street, Chester, Pennsylvania

19013 is the Project Manager and is responsible for management of design and construction period services as stated in their contract with the Coatesville VA Medical Center. Any replies to RFIs, submittals, COR questions, CO questions answered by any firm other than Bray Mooney shall first be reviewed by Bray Mooney and the response verified by Bray Mooney before being sent to the COR, CO, or construction contractor.
E. Before placement and installation of work subject to tests by testing laboratory retained by Department of Veterans Affairs, the Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) in sufficient time to enable testing laboratory personnel to be present at the site in time for proper taking and testing of specimens and field inspection. Such prior notice shall be not less than three work days unless otherwise designated by the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR).
F. All employees of General Contractor and Subcontractors shall comply with the VA security management program and obtain permission of the VA police, be identified by project and employer, obtain the proper

background investigation and badge, or be restricted from unauthorized access.

G. Prior to commencing work, General Contractor shall provide proof that

a OSHA certified "competent person" (CP) (29 CFR 1926.20(b)(2) will maintain a presence at the work site whenever the General or Subcontractors are present.


H. Training:
1. All employees of General Contractor or Subcontractors shall have the 10-hour OSHA certified construction safety course and/or other relevant competency training, as determined by VA CP with input from the ICRA team.

2. Submit training records of all such employees for approval before the start of work.



1.2 STATEMENT OF BID ITEMS
A. ITEM I, BASE BID:
1. The Work includes the following: The scope of work includes the Demolition of Existing Structures, Construction of Entrance Vestibule and accessible ramps at the West side of the South Elevation. The Interior of the Second Floor will be fit out to serve as Specialty Medical Out-Patient Suites and a Laboratory. Additional Mechanical Rooms, Offices and associated support

spaces will be part of the work. The demolition work required for the project includes removal of such items but is not limited to removal of: interior partitions, lighting and electrical

fixtures, plumbing, mechanical systems. Contraction work will be on-going on the First Floor throughout the demolition and construction of the project.

2. New construction work includes but is not limited to work described above, new partitions, floor, wall and ceiling finishes, doors and frames, wall protection and corner guards,

custom casework, structural support for patient lifts and ceiling mounted equipment. New building services are to include new mechanical, plumbing, gas and electrical systems including two

new air-handling units and their support. New fire alarm, data

and telecommunication systems are to be provided. The space will be fully sprinkled with a connection to the main hospital fire suppression system.

3. The contractor will be responsible for purchasing and installing all equipment if required.

4. New building utility work may require work on adjacent floors.

These floors are not currently occupied space, but may undergo concurrent renovation and will require strict adherence planned and scheduled coordination directives by the COR.

5. This project requires work in regular business hours, work in off hours, including demolition, construction, equipment installation, and testing. Coordinate all work with the COR.

1.3 SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS FOR CONTRACTOR
A. After award of Contract, 3 sets of specifications and drawings will be furnished. These drawings and specifications will consist of those returned by prospective bidders.
B. Additional sets of drawings may be made by the Contractor, at Contractor's expense, from reproducible files located on the Federal Business Opportunity website https://www.fbo.gov/. Such sepia prints shall be returned to the Issuing Office immediately after printing is completed.

1.4 CONSTRUCTION SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
A. Security Plan:
1. The security plan defines both physical and administrative security procedures that will remain effective for the entire duration of the project.

2. The General Contractor is responsible for assuring that all Sub- contractors working on the project and their employees also comply with these regulations.


B. Security Procedures:
1. General Contractor’s employees shall not enter the project site without appropriate badge. They may also be subject to

inspection of their personal effects when entering or leaving the project site.



2. For working outside the "regular hours" as defined in the

Contract, The General Contractor shall give 3 days notice to the Contracting Officer so that security/escort arrangements can be provided for the employees. This notice is separate from any notices required for utility shutdown described later in this section.

3. No photography of VA premises is allowed without written permission of the Contracting Officer.

4. VA reserves the right to close down or shut down the project site and order General Contractor’s employees off the premises in the event of a national emergency. The General Contractor may return to the site only with the written approval of the Contracting Officer.


C. Key Control:
1. The General Contractor shall provide duplicate keys and lock combinations to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for the purpose of security inspections of every area of the project including tool boxes and parked machines and may take any emergency action.

2. The General Contractor shall turn over all permanent lock

cylinders to the VA locksmith for permanent installation. See

Section 08 71 00, DOOR HARDWARE and coordinate. D. Document Control:

1. Before starting any work, the General Contractor/Subcontractors shall submit an electronic security memorandum describing the approach to following goals and maintaining confidentiality of "sensitive information".

2. The General Contractor is responsible for safekeeping of all drawings, project manual and other project information. This information shall be shared only with those with a specific need to accomplish the project.

3. Certain documents, sketches, videos or photographs and drawings may be marked "Law Enforcement Sensitive" or "Sensitive Unclassified". Secure such information in separate containers and limit the access to only those who will need it for the project. Return the information to the Contracting Officer upon request.

4. These security documents shall not be removed or transmitted from the project site without the written approval of Contracting Officer.

5. All paper waste or electronic media such as CD’s and diskettes shall be shredded and destroyed in a manner acceptable to the VA.

6. Notify Contracting Officer and Site Security Officer immediately when there is a loss or compromise of "sensitive information".

7. All electronic information shall be stored in a specified

location following VA standards and procedures using an

Engineering Document Management Software (EDMS).
a. Security, access and maintenance of all project drawings, both scanned and electronic shall be performed and tracked through the EDMS system.

b. "Sensitive information" including drawings and other documents may be attached to e-mail provided all VA encryption procedures are followed.


E. Motor Vehicle Restrictions
1. Vehicle authorization request shall be required for any vehicle entering the site and such request shall be submitted 24 hours before the date and time of access. Access shall be restricted to picking up and dropping off materials and supplies.

2. Separate permits shall be issued for General Contractor and its employees for parking in designated areas only.


A. Applicable Publications: Publications listed below form part of this Article to extent referenced. Publications are referenced in text by basic designations only.
1. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM):
a. E84-2008........Surface Burning Characteristics of Building

Materials


2. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
a. 10-2006.........Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers b. 30-2007.........Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code

c. 51B-2003........Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding,

Cutting and Other Hot Work d. 70-2007.........National Electrical Code

e. 241-2004........Standard for Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations
3. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA):
a. 29 CFR 1926.....Safety and Health Regulations for

Construction


B. Fire Safety Plan: Establish and maintain a fire protection program in Contract accordance with 29 CFR 1926. Prior to start of work, prepare a plan detailing project-specific fire safety measures, including periodic status reports, and submit to Facility Safety Manager for review for compliance with requirements in accordance with Section 01

33 23, SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES. Prior to any worker for the Contractor or Subcontractors beginning work, they shall undergo a safety briefing provided by the General Contractor’s competent person per OSHA requirements. This briefing shall include information on the construction limits, VAMC safety guidelines, means of egress, break areas, work hours, locations of restrooms, use of VAMC equipment, etc. Documentation shall be provided to the Resident



Engineer that individuals have undergone Contractor’s safety briefing.
C. Site and Building Access: Maintain free and unobstructed access to facility emergency services and for fire, police and other emergency response forces in accordance with NFPA 241.
D. Separate temporary facilities, such as trailers, storage sheds, and dumpsters, from existing buildings and new construction by distances in accordance with NFPA. For small facilities with less than 6 m (20 feet) exposing overall length, separate by 3m (10 feet).
E. Temporary Construction Partitions:
1. Install and maintain temporary construction partitions to provide smoke-tight separations between the areas that are described in phasing requirements and adjoining areas. Construct partitions of
gypsum board or treated plywood (flame spread rating of 25 or

less in accordance with ASTM E84) on both sides of fire retardant treated wood or metal steel studs. Extend the partitions through suspended ceilings to floor slab deck or roof. Seal joints and penetrations. At door openings, install Class C, ¾ hour



fire/smoke rated doors with self-closing devices.

2. Install two-hour fire-rated temporary construction partitions as shown on drawings to maintain integrity of existing exit stair enclosures, exit passageways, fire-rated enclosures of hazardous areas, horizontal exits, smoke barriers, vertical shafts and openings enclosures.

3. Close openings in smoke barriers and fire-rated construction to maintain fire-ratings. Seal penetrations with listed through- penetration firestop materials in accordance with Section 07 84

00, FIRESTOPPING.


F. Temporary Heating and Electrical: Install, use and maintain installations in accordance with 29 CFR 1926, NFPA 241 and NFPA 70.
G. Means of Egress: Do not block exiting for occupied buildings, including paths from exits to roads. Minimize disruptions and coordinate with Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR).
H. Egress Routes for Construction Workers: Maintain free and unobstructed egress. Inspect daily. Report findings and corrective actions weekly

to Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR).


I. Fire Extinguishers: Provide and maintain extinguishers in construction areas and temporary storage areas in accordance with 29 CFR 1926, NFPA

241 and NFPA 10.
J. Flammable and Combustible Liquids: Store, dispense and use liquids in accordance Flammable and Combustible Liquids: Store, dispense and use liquids in accordance
K. Standpipes: Install and extend standpipes up with each floor in accordance with 29 CFR 1926 and NFPA 241. Do not charge wet standpipes subject to freezing until weather protected.
L. Sprinklers: Install, test and activate new automatic sprinklers prior to removing existing sprinklers.
M. Existing Fire Protection: Do not impair automatic sprinklers, smoke and heat detection, and fire alarm systems, except for portions immediately under construction, and temporarily for connections. Provide fire watch for impairments more than 4 hours in a 24-hour period. Request interruptions in accordance with Article, OPERATIONS AND STORAGE AREAS, and coordinate with Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). All existing or temporary fire protection systems (fire alarms, sprinklers) located in construction areas shall be tested as coordinated with the medical center. Parameters for the testing and results of any tests performed shall be recorded by the medical center and copies provided to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR).
N. Smoke Detectors: Prevent accidental operation. Remove temporary covers at end of work operations each day. Coordinate with Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR).
O. Hot Work: Perform and safeguard hot work operations in accordance with NFPA 241and NFPA 51B. Coordinate with Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) Obtain permits from facility Safety Manager Officer at least 48 hours in advance Designate Contractor's responsible project-site fire prevention

program manager to permit hot work.


P. Fire Hazard Prevention and Safety Inspections: Inspect entire construction areas weekly. Coordinate with, and report findings and corrective actions weekly to Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and Facility Safety Manager Officer.
Q. Smoking: Smoking is prohibited in and adjacent to construction areas inside existing buildings and additions under construction. In separate and detached buildings under construction, smoking is prohibited except in designated smoking rest areas.
R. Dispose of waste and debris in accordance with NFPA 241. Remove from buildings daily.
S. Perform other construction, alteration and demolition operations in accordance with 29 CFR 1926.
T. If required, submit documentation to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) that personnel have been trained in the fire safety aspects of working in areas with impaired structural or compartmentalization features.


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