Stephen Foster Drama Association, New Amphitheater located at 411 East Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, KY in Nelson County Kentucky

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Stephen Foster Drama Association, New Amphitheater located at 411 East Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, KY in Nelson County Kentucky"

Transcription

1 NELSON COUNTY FISCAL COURT SPECIFICATION #2018-NC-001 for Design/Construction of the Stephen Foster Drama Association, New Amphitheater located at 411 East Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, KY in Nelson County Kentucky

2 SPECIFICATION #2018-NC-001 for Design/Construction of the Stephen Foster Drama Association, New Amphitheater Table of Contents: Specification #2018-NC-001: Page thru Attachment A: Bid item # 2-Changing Room/Storage Room: Pages thru Attachment B: Bid item 3A/3B-Overhead Doors: Pages thru Attachment C: General Guide Specifications: Pages thru Attachment D: General Electrical Specifications Pages thru

3 SPECIFICATION #2018-NC-001 GENERAL: 1.1 These specifications represent the minimum quantity and quality of materials to be utilized for this project. The specifications, plans, and room schedule identifies: materials to be used in all rooms, wall materials, ceiling heights, approximate room size, floor material, doors, lighting, etc. 1.3 The Contract Plans represent the proposed Amphitheater layout, electrical/phone/computer wiring plan, lighting plan layout, elevations, typical (minimum) construction standards, etc. to be utilized. The contractor shall field measure all rooms prior to ordering materials to be used to assure proper quantities have been provided. 1.4 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible to order material when needed assuring proper size and amount of material required, coordinate delivery, unload, and protect all material. 1.5 Special inspections (geo-technical, structural, concrete, etc) shall be the responsibility of the Owner. The Contractor shall coordinate with the Owner a minimum of 48-hours notice of when inspections shall be required. 1.6 All work shall comply with the International Building Code (IBC) and with the 2013 Kentucky Building Code (KBC) changes and the National Electric Code The Pre-Engineered Metal Building (PEMB) shall be designed to withstand all dead loads, live loads, snow loads, wind loads, and other loads as stated in the IBC and KBC Live Load Reduction (per IBC and/or Kentucky Building Code and ) SHALL NOT be allowed for live loads and the roof live loads for this project. 1.7 Excavation/fill Requirements: Various areas require site clearing and excavation of soil material. Various areas will require fill material. All areas to be filled shall be filled with NCRD supplied rock (#57 or # 9, or similar) supplied Rocks. Backfill all areas to required sub-grade elevations with Rock (#57 or similar). This rock shall be supplied by the NCRD (or private haulers at County discretion). This rock fill shall be AT NO Cost to the Contractor The contractor shall be responsible for proper vibratory compaction off all rock fill areas to assure no future settlement See Attachment C for General Guide Specification for all trades/materials

4 Construction Required: 1.0- DEMOLITION/Site Clearing: Reference Plan Sheet Nos. D1.01,S-1 and E-1 These Plans depict the Existing As Built Amphitheater Site. These Entire Structures (Stage Right/Stage Left) Torm Walls, rear Walls/Ramp/Platform/Rail including electrical wire/outlets/lights/ etc shall be demolished COMPLETE. This work shall include all necessary site clearing work to limits shown on the plans, and site excavation work to grades indicated on the plans, Specifications, and contract documents. This work shall also include all necessary concrete foundation excavation necessary for the PEMB construction and final concrete slab. The back of the stage/amphitheater area is an existing (failed) concrete drainage ditch. This structure shall be excavated/demolished and removed to the grades necessary as shown in the plans for proper construction of the new drainage ditch Should Bid Item # 1A be utilized, then all excavation shall be to subgrade elevation required for proper construction of the Gabion Basket Retaining wall (to be constructed by the the Nelson County Road Dept. (NCRD)) and the construction of the Concrete Retaining wall/paved ditch-sidewalk structure by the contractor The NCRD shall provide two tandem dump trucks/operators for removal of cleared/excavated debris The Nelson County Landfill shall provide roll off Containers for disposal at no cost to the Contractor. One Roll off Truck (making trips back/forth to Landfill) with alternating 40/30 yard containers shall be available full time to the site during demolition. Contractor shall take trucks and operators supplied by the NCRD into account. The Contractor shall be responsible to remove the Existing 30" Drainage Pipe (currently under Stage Right Foundation) Discharging to the past stage left. This requires Saw Cutting Concrete to allow for proper excavation. Backfill shall be with (by contractor) #57 rock. Rock back Fill shall be provided by the NCRD. Reference Contract Plans and Section 9, Special conditions for Demolition Notes: 2.0 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Pre-Engineered Metal Building (PEMB) shall be utilized for this project (for Stage Left and Stage Right) Clear Span Steel Beam building per the dimensions of the enclosed plans. The structural shall meet all standard building codes requirements and construction guidelines for Kentucky. The building s manufacturer shall comply with all standards, specifications, recommendations,

5 findings, and/or interpretations recognized by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), American Iron and Steel Institutes (AISI), American Welding Society (AWS), American Society of testing Materials (ASTM), Metal Building Manufacturer s Association (MBMA), Light Gauge Steel Institute (LGSI) and others design/manufacturing agencies in the design, manufacturing, and construction of all structural components required for this project. Acceptable PEMB Design/Manufactures : CECO Building Systems KIRBY Building systems VARCO PRUDEN or approved Equals The PEMB manufacturer shall have/provide Design/construction Specifications which comply with MBMA s Metal Building Systems Manual which shall Include material specifications, erection specifications, and commercial/industrial Color Coating system with Color Charts. The PEMB shall comply with all applicable requirements of the 2013 Kentucky Building Code (2013KBC). The building s manufacturer shall comply with all standards, specifications, recommendations, findings, and/or interpretations recognized by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), American Iron and Steel Institutes and The 2013 Kentucky Building Code (2013KBC) Structure Paint: All Primary Framing and Secondary Framing members shall be with Dark Grey Primer Primary Framing: Rigid Frames fabricated as welded built-up sections or hot rolled sections. Columns and rafters may be either uniform depth or tapered. All columns supporting roof shall be I shaped All field bolted connections shall comply with the AISC See plans for proposed building layout/design. Secondary Framing - Purlins, Girts, Eave Struts shall be cold formed Z or C sections with stiffened flanges complying with AISC and LGSI. Purlin and girts sizes, quantities, and spacing shall be as required per the building design loads required by the IBC and KBC and this contract 2.1 Metal A. Manufacturer Qualifications: 1. Provider of advanced installer training. 2. Minimum of ten years experience in manufacturing metal roof systems. 3. Provider of products produced in a permanent factory environment with fixed roll-forming equipment

6 B. Installer Qualifications: 1. At least five years experience in the installation of architectural metal roof panels. 2. Experience on at least five projects of similar size, type and complexity as this Project that have been in service for a minimum of two years with satisfactory performance of the roof system. 3. Employer of workers for this Project who are competent in techniques required by manufacturer for installation indicated and who shall be supervised at all times when material is being installed. C. DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 1. General: Comply with manufacturer s current printed product storage recommendations. 2. Delivery: Deliver materials in manufacturer s original, unopened, undamaged containers with identification labels intact. 3. Storage: Store materials above ground, under waterproof covering, protected from exposure to harmful weather conditions and at temperature and humidity conditions recommended by manufacturer. Provide proper ventilation of metal panel system to prevent condensation build-up between each panel and trim or flashing component. Tilt stack to drain in wet conditions. Remove strippable plastic film before storage under high-heat conditions. Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until just prior to installation. 4. Handling: Exercise caution in unloading and handling metal panel system to prevent bending, warping, twisting and surface damage. E. Special Exposed Panel Finish Warranty: Painted metal siding shall be the MS Colorfast 45 Paint System or other Manufacturers equal for film integrity, chalk rating and fade rating in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace panels that show evidence of deterioration within specified warranty period. 1. Deterioration shall include but is not limited to: a. Color fading of more than 5 NBS units when tested according to ASTM D 2244 for a period of 30 years. b. Chalking in excess of a No. 8 rating when tested according to ASTM D 4214 for 30 years c. Cracking, checking, peeling or failure of paint to adhere to bare metal. 2. Warranty Period: Film integrity for 45 years and chalk and fade rating for 30 years from date of Substantial Completion. 3. Manufacturer s warranty may exclude surface deterioration due to physical damage

7 and exposure to salt air environments. E. Special Exposed Panel Finish Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form proprietary two coat roll coated System Warranty for film integrity, chalk rating and fade rating in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace panels that show evidence of deterioration within specified warranty period. 1. Deterioration shall include but is not limited to: a. Color fading of more than 5 Hunter units on vertical applications or more than 6 Hunter units on non-vertical applications when tested according to ASTM D b. Chalking in excess of a No. 8 rating on vertical applications or a No. 7 rating on non-vertical applications when tested according to ASTM D c. Cracking, checking, peeling or failure of paint to adhere to bare metal. d. Perforation. 2. Warranty Period: Film integrity for 45 years, chalk and fade rating for 30 years, and perforation for 25 years from date of Substantial Completion. 3. Manufacturer s warranty may exclude surface deterioration due to physical damage and exposure to salt air environments. F. Special Warranty: Installer's standard form in which installer agrees to repair or replace standing seam panels that fail due to poor workmanship or faulty installation within the specified warranty period. 1. Warranty Period: 1year from date of Substantial Completion. G. Product Options: EXTERNAL ROOF R Panel (Designed over open Structural Framing) 1. Panel coverage: 36 inches (914.4 mm). 2. Rib Height: 1-1/4 inches (31.8 mm). 3. Material: Aluminum-zinc alloy-coated steel sheet, ASTM A 792, AZ55 coating designation, structural quality, Grade 50, inch (0.60-mm) minimum thickness (26 gauge) for external roof. 4. Minimum Roof Slope Capability: 1: Attachment: Exposed direct fastened panel. 6. Application: Designed for application over open framing or solid substrate. 7. Rib Configuration: Trapezoidal. 8. Surface Finish: MS Colorfast45 or Equal 9. Color: As selected by Owner from manufacturer's standard colors. 10. Fire Resistance Rating: Comply with UL 263 and UL 790 Class A Fire Resistance Ratings

8 11. Wind Uplift Resistance: Comply with UL 580, Class 90 Wind Uplift, Construction #161 and applicable International Building Codes for Kentucky. 12. Impact Resistance: Comply with UL 2218, Class Code and Testing Agency Approvals: a. Comply with Miami-Dade County Approval NOA b. Comply with 2010 State of Florida Building Code Approval: and c. Comply with Texas Windstorm Evaluation RC-198, RC-265 and RC-279. Note: Same roof metal shall be utilized for Bid Item # 2, Changing/storage Room See ATTACHMENT A EXTERNAL WALLS Reverse PBR Panel 1. Panel coverage: 36 inches (914.4 mm). 2. Rib Height: 1-1/4 inches (31.8 mm). 3. Material: Aluminum-zinc alloy-coated steel sheet, ASTM A 792, AZ55 coating designation, structural quality, Grade 50, inch (0.60-mm) minimum thickness (26 gauge) for exterior walls. 4. Length: Shall be one piece to a maximum length to extend from the concrete floor to roof line 5. Attachment: Exposed direct fastened panel. 6. Application: Designed for application over open framing or solid substrate. 7. Rib Configuration: Trapezoidal rib on 12" centers. 8. Surface Finish: MS Colorfast45 or APPROVED Equal 9. Color: As selected by Owner from manufacturer's standard colors. 10. Fire Resistance Rating: Comply with UL 263 and UL 790 Class A Fire Resistance Ratings. 11. Wind Uplift Resistance: Comply with UL 580, Class 90 Wind Uplift, Construction #161 and applicable International Building Codes for Kentucky. 12. Impact Resistance: Comply with UL 2218, Class Code and Testing Agency Approvals: a. Comply with Miami-Dade County Approval NOA b. Comply with 2010 State of Florida Building Code Approval: and c. Comply with Texas Windstorm Evaluation RC-198, RC-265 and RC-279. Note: Same roof metal shall be utilized for Bid Item # 2, Changing/storage Room See Attachment A

9 INSULATION: for PEMB Vinyl Backed Insulation: Color of exposed vinyl shall be BLACK 6" vinyl backed insulation shall be installed over roof purlins and 4" vinyl backed insulation shall installed over the walls of the PEMB The Vinyl Backed insulation shall be secured per industry standards. Insulation shall be LAMTEC Corporation WMP-VR-R Plus or equal complying with the Following: Vinyl Facing comp= Polypropylene, flame resistant adhesive, Reinforced with tri- directional fiberglass, metalized, backing film Water Vapor Movement = 0.02; Tensile Strength 65 lbs/in., Mullen Burst = 120 psi; Beach Puncture = 125; Conform with ASTM E CONCRETE: Foundation and Flooring 3.1: Flooring: The concrete slab under the Stage Left building, Stage Right Building, Center Stage shall be a 4-inch thick slab placed on 4"-3" (+/-) DGA, overtop the existing concrete slab. The Concrete finish grade elevations required are shown on the plans. The concrete slab shall be Class AA (air entrained), 4,000 psi per the Kentucky Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction most recent version. Reinforcing steel re-bar shall be 60,000 psi and per the plans. Welded Wire Fabric - where noted on plans Foundations/sidewalks/Drainage Ditch reinforced per plans Concrete Slabs in Stage left/stge Right, and center stage shall be Saw cut for contraction joints (depth of cut shall be 1-1/4" min.) Pattern of saw cut joints shall be at 10 ft by 10 ft center to center. Coordinate with Engineer Concrete finish shall be Trowel (Smooth) Finished Concrete floorings shall be sealed with 2 coats of Vocamp 20 concrete curing compound/sealer or equal 3.2: Foundations: shall include concrete for building foundations, drainage ditch/sidewalks/retaining walls and miscellaneous concrete

10 Shall be 4000 PSI, KYTC Class AA (air entrained) concrete. Reference contract plans for all locations/dimensions and reinforcing FOOTINGS: SEE SPECIAL CONDITIONS Section 13 in contract FOR FOOTING DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 4.0 Painting & Wall Coverings 4.1 Metal Doors & Metal Frames & metal trim - painted as follows Doors & frames & trim shall be factory primed Exterior Metal Doors -Two (2 ) coats Sherwin Williams A-100 Exterior Latex Satin (or approved equal) Interior Metal doors - Two (2 ) coats Sherwin Williams Interior Latex Pro-Mar 200 Eg-Shell (or approved equal) Enamel Colors shall be selected by owner 5.0 Windows - Required for Stage Houses (Identified as McDowell Set and Foster Set Stage Left - Wood Frame Windows, Size per plan sheet A3.03, single pane, Double hung or fixed where indicated. Wood Windows to be painted-color by owner Note- Other Windows where shown for PEMB shall be metal framed per PEMB requirements 5.1 Sidings and Trim (other than metal siding/metal trim) Required for Stage Houses (Identified as Stage Left-McDowell and Stage Right - Foster Set) -Sheet A1.04, A2.01, A2.02 and where noted on plans Required for Center Stage Platform and Movable Ramp Platform (Sheet A1.04 & A2.01 and where noted on plans) Required on all exposed Torm Walls (A2.01 and where noted on plans) Lap (Plank ) siding and Corner Trim where shown shall be HardiPLank (HZ5 region products)- style- Lap Siding by James Hardie Building Products, Inc.- or Equal Style shall be Select Cedarmill style for lap siding, smooth for corner trim Shall be pre-painted with be baked on Color Plus Technology Color selected by owner Siding Shingles where shown shall be Hardi-Shingle Siding (HZ5 region product)

11 Style shall be selected by owner (either Staggered Edge or Straight Edge Panels) Shall be prepainted with be baked on Color Plus Technology by Color selected by owner Stone Siding where shown on Center Stage Area - shall be a stone veneer by Cultured Stone (Borel Stone Productd, LLC) - It shall be the Country Ledgestone line. Color style shall be selected by owner from the Country Ledgestone veneer line. This shall be installed as per manufacturer s requirements and Cultured Stone installation guide at Roof Shingles shall be Owens Corning Architectural Style- Duration brand shingles or equal Color shall be selected by owner 6.0 Doors & Frames: Steel Personnel doors shall be placed where shown on the plans & door schedule 6.10 MATERIALS A. Steel Sheet for Doors, Frames, Anchors, and Accessories: 1. Cold rolled steel: ASTM A 366 or ASTM A 620 and A Hot rolled, pickled, and oiled steel: ASTM A 569 and A Hot dipped zinc coated steel: ASTM A 924 and A 653, Class A40 for alloyed coatings. MANUFACTURED UNITS SHALL: A. Comply with ANSI A B. Fire-rated openings: Comply with NFPA Affix permanent labels attesting to fire resistance Steel Doors Shall comply with Steel Door Institute, Recommended Specifications, Standard Steel Door and Frames (SDI 100 /ANSI A250.8). Provide units of galvanized steel where indicated on the door schedule. Provide units of galvanized steel in the following locations if indicated in the door schedule:

12 1. Exterior openings (Exterior grade door)for all doors-see plans 6.12 Doors leafs shall be standard duty, seamless hollow metal construction, shall be sized accordingly, 1-3/4" thick, with 18 gauge seamless galvanized steel face, Series 1500 or 2500 (galvanized for exterior doors) Supercore Doors or equal conforming to Commercial Standard CS242-62, and the Steel Door Institute for Level 2 classification. Top and bottoms shall be not less than 16 gauge channels with Core to be rigid polystyrene foam core. Door leafs shall be mortised for 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" template hinges and prepared for Government series 160 type lock sets or deadbolts Full Flush Panel Doors: Level 2, Model 2 (F) min. 18 gauge factory primed to receive paint finish Steel doors shall be fire rated if required for the design and application. Contractor designer shall assure doors and frames assemblies comply with NFPA 80. Fire-rated Assemblies: Manufactured in accordance with the following standards and bearing label. 1. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL label). 2. Intertek Testing Services (ITS label). 3. Factory Mutual (FM label) Steel doors shall be insulated with rigid polystyrene foam core 6.16 Steel Door Manufacturers subject to compliance are the following 1. Amweld Building Products, Inc. 2. Benchmark Commercial Doors. 3. Ceco Door Products. 4. Curries Company. 5. Deansteel Manufacturing Co. 6. The Kewanee Corporation. 7. Mesker Door, Inc. 8. Pioneer Industries, Inc. 9. Republic Builders Products. 10. Security Metal Products Corp. 11. Steelcraft Steel Frames: 6.21 Steel frames are required for doors, transoms, sidelights, and other openings shown on the plans. Concealed fastenings unless approved otherwise. Frames shall be constructed of 16 gauge steel with mitered and welded corners. Exterior frames shall be of hot dipped galvanized

13 All new personnel doors shall be furnished with steel door frames with integral stops and trim. Door frames shall be 16 gauge steel, 2" face, depth necessary for application (exterior pre-engineered metal walls, interior wooden studded walls with ½" plywood and metal sheet panels) with mortised hinge jambs. Lock jambs shall be prepared for Government series 160 lock strike jambs or proposed equal lockset Door silencers shall be installed on weatherstripped frames on strike jams. 6.23Doors and frames shall receive mortises and concealed finish hardware in accordance with final Hardware Schedule. Comply with applicable requirements of ANSI A 115 for door and frame preparation for hardware Frames shall be placed in accordance with SDI 105 Recommended Erection Instructions for Steel Frames 6.3 Finish Hardware: HARDWARE Schedule: See plan sheet A3.03 for hardware set required each door. Quality shall be commercial (no residential) hardware withe minium following Requirements Where required for the project. Hinges shall be fully mortised. lockset shall be mortised, lever turn, ADA approved. Equal to or better hardware may be used provided contractor provides submittals documenting quality and equality. Restroom: Interior Lockset- Lever Turn (ADA compliance)- (612-US10,Satin Bronze Fin) 3 Ea - Hinges - BB /2x4-1/2 Bommer 1 Ea. Kickplate K "x -2" LDW Trimco 1 Ea. Wallstop 1270WV Trimco Entrance/Exit Doors: 612-US10,Satin Bronze Fin 3 Ea Hinge BB /2x4-1/2 Bommer 1 Ea. Panic Device 18-V1 Monarch (With 4163 Strikes top/bot) 1 Ea Trim Lever LE Dane x lever x key Monarch 1 Ea Rim Cylinder RC62 Arrow 1 Ea Surface CloserD-3551 SNB RYOBI 1 Ea. Kickplate K "x -2" LDW Trimco 1 Ea Weather Strip 160V (door opening) NGP 1 Ea. Sweep200 N x 36" NGP 1 EA Threshold

14 7.0 Overhead Doors See Attachment B. 8.0 Overhead Door Opener. See Attachment B 9.0 MECHANICAL- SEE Attachment # A 10.0 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Condition (HVAC)- See ATTACHMENT # A, BID ITEM # ELECTRICAL General: Shall Include Demo, New Service electric, New Electrical, Lighting, working lighting, per plan Sheets E-1,2,3 Shall include Dim-able lighting (Spot Lights) Sheet E-4 Shall include Sound System - Sheet E Electrical Wiring Requirements The contractor shall provide necessary labor and materials to properly size and install all circuits, wiring, switches, light fixtures, etc. shown on the plans. The contractor shall be required to assure all new electrical work is properly installed to meet all requirements of the NEC Conductors - all conductors shall be copper (no aluminum). All conductors/conduit shall be concealed in walls and all outlets/switches shall be recessed in the block walls when required. Locations - all outlets, switches, light fixtures are shown on the plans Lighting - shall be installed as shown on the plans: The Light fixture types are indicated on the light plan (sheet E-4) schedule drawing or

15 attached to this specification. Contractor shall submit Data sheet on all Light fixtures proposed to use. Differing manufactures shall be pre-approved Data or Tele Communications wiring Requirements (sheet E-5): Cabling definitions and standards: Multimedia cables include: Cat-6 Fast-Ethernet cabling, phone wires, and Cat-6 refers generically to Category 6, 6E or better, cabling used for high speed Ethernet and Fast-Ethernet premise wiring All multimedia cable should avoid florescent lights, electric motors and compressors All multimedia/phone cabling will be "home run" to the exterior phone box where shown on plans Locations and following types shown on the plans: Type A Single Gang 2 port - 1 cat-6 for phone 1 cat 6E Either net Connect. ALL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE. Contractor shall be responsible to obtain an APPROVED ELECTRICAL INSPECTION by the KY Dept of Housing, Building and Construction SEE ATTACHMENT D FOR GENERAL ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

16 ATTACHMENT A to SPECIFICATION #2018-NC-001 for BID ITEM # 2- Changing Room/Storage room Stephen Foster Drama Association, New Amphitheater located at 411 East Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, KY in Nelson County Kentucky

17 SPECIFICATIONS 1 BUILDING STRUCTURE: 1.1 Reference plans and details for construction requirements. 1.2 New engineered trusses. - may be New engineered trusses or Stick built type roof structure The trusses/stick build shall span the entire building with twelve (12) inch eave overhangs. The roof system shall be designed to handle all wind, snow, loads for this area and interior ceiling loads (metal ceiling), and point loads identified on the plans.. The roof system shall have pitch per the plans All trusses or Roof Rafters shall be mounted and secured to the base plate with hurricane clips. 1.3 Walls shall be constructed of steel studs or wood studs at 16" CC complying with the following minimum specifications. Steel Studs if used - shall comply with ASTM A 645, G60 zinc coating per ASTM A525, min yield 33 ksi, with 1-1/4" flange bent back at 90 degrees and doubled over to form 3/16" wide min. lip (return). Studs shall be length required to span continuously from floor to underside of structure above. Exterior walls - min. 20 ga., or wood studs at 16" o.c. Runners- ASTM C645, standard 20 ga., channel type with 1.25" flange, protective coating to match studs. Or wood runners Deflection Tracks, Head Slip Tacks, Deflection & Fire stop Tracks comply with ASTM C 645 with material and protective coating to match studs. Designed for intended use and industry standards. Steel Rigid Furring Channels, - ASTM C 645, G 40 zinc coated per ASTM A525, hat shaped, 25 ga., 7/8" deep unless required otherwise. All misc sheet metal angles, steel channels, bridging clips, fasteners for metal framing, and other accessories shall comply with industry standards for material and construction of metal studded, gypsum partition walls

18 2. ROOF AND WALL COVERING EXTERIOR Materials: The roof covering shall be (at a minimum) new PBR Panel, 26 gauge steel, 1-1/4", side laps with exposed fasteners. (Roof Purlins spaced for all loading requirements) Match PEMB panels Roof panels shall be continuous from ridge to eave. The exterior wall skirt covering shall be new PBR Panel, 26 gauge steel., side laps with exposed fasteners. (Wall girts shall be spaced for all loading requirements) Wall panels shall be one piece to a maximum length.- Match PEMB Panels Flashing and/or trim shall be furnished at corners, framed openings, and where required (base trim at ext. wall covering). Painted steel for flashing, metal closures, and trim shall be U.S. Standard 26 gauge. Flashing profiles shall comply with industry standards as shown attached to these specifications. Trim/flashing shall be color coated similar to siding/roofing. Color shall be selected by the owner. Eave Gutter and Down spouts: The eave trim shall be a gutter with sculptured configuration and shall be externally attached. All gutter joints shall be sealed with a polymer sealant. The down spouts shall have a square profile with a kick out elbow at the bottom. Down spouts will be supported by attachment to building column areas and the wall covering. The gutter and down spouts shall be provided see plans and along back (low end) wall). Ridge Cap: A continuous formed ridge cap shall be supplied and installed per manufacturer s requirements at the area where roof slopes reverse Material shall match roofing panels in color and material. All wall, roof panels, eave trim, gutters, rake trim, flashing, door trim, etc. shall be installed and fastened on the new trusses/rafters or steel studs/wood studs in accordance with manufacturer s and industry standards. Warranty: All panel endlaps shall be assembled with panel sealant as is typical. Panel system supplier/contractor utilized shall provide to the county a 20 year weather tightness warranty ROOF/WALL FINISH PAINT SYSTEM: Roof, Wall, (exterior) Finish system: The color coating system for metal panels shall be a combination of the zinc/aluminum coating (Galvalume), bonderizing treatment, epoxy primer, with a oven baked, Siliconized polyester coating system (Signature 200 color System or approved equal ) The color system shall have a twenty-five year warranty against cracking, peeling, flaking, rusting, chipping, Twenty-Five years against fading, (with 25 years of no fading more than max. 5 ^ E per ASTM

19 D2244), Twenty -Five Years no chalk (with a 25 years chalk rating no less than 8 per ASTM-D-4214). The colors available shall be the manufacturer s standard colors which shall include green, grays, tans, browns, blues, sand, and whites. The color combination shall be selected by the owner. Insulation: Walls shall be insulated with R-13 Batt Insulation, Ceiling area shall be insulated with R-30 Insulation suspended above Drop Ceiling. INTERIOR: Interior shall be constructed with gypsum board to be 5/8" thick install per U.S. Gypsum assoc. standards installed on wood studs at 16" C/C. Use "green" board in all toilet rooms and within 4'-0" of all sinks. Furnish and install metal corner bead at all outside corners and "J" mold at all exposed edges. Vinyl base to be 4" high, 1/8" thick by Johnsonite, Roppe, or approved equal. Use coved at vinyl floor tile and coveless at carpet. Stairs shall receive Vinyl treads and backs, treads shall have replaceable slip resistant strip at nosing. Colors as selected by Owner from standard architectural line. Installed per manufacturer's instructions. Coating Schedule: Surfaces to be painted: Note: consult with Owner for final colors and finishes. Exposed interior Drywall: 1st coat: Latex Wall Primer. 2nd coat: Latex eggshell or Alkyd based enamel as called for. 3rd coat: Latex eggshell or Alkyd based enamel as called for. i. Interior Drywall Ceilings: NA ed): Ceilings: ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILES shall be provided for Bid item # 2 Ceiling grids to be standard 2'x2' by Donn, Armstrong, or approved equal. Ceiling tiles to be 2'x2' or vinyl faced square edge, standard fissured square edge, or standard fissured tegular panels by Armstrong, U.S.G., or approved equal. Grid and panels are to be white unless otherwise noted on the finish schedule

20 Reference General specifications for Interior Painting 3. FLOOR/FOOTING: Concrete Floor - The building floor shall be a 4" concrete floor slab on grade constructed in accordance with plans. Four (4") inch min. of # 57 gravel shall be placed and compacted on subgrade (#57 rock (only) shall be provided by the NCRD). Six (6) poly vapor barrier and Welded wire fabric shall be placed on the gravel throughout. The Concrete floor shall be 3500 psi mix, four (4) inches thick minimum. The concrete shall be smooth trowel finished on all concrete. It shall be seal coated with two coats of Vocomp 20 curing compound/sealer or equal 4.0 DOORS: Doors- shall be as shown on the plans and provide steel stud anchors. Personnel doors: Locations see plans- One additional required Personnel doors shall be steel doors and jambs, placed where shown on the plans. All doors shall be 3' 0" x 7-0 (unless approved otherwise), All new personnel doors shall be furnished with steel door frames with integral stops and trim. Door frames shall be 16 gauge steel, 2" face, depth required for steel stud walls, with mortised hinge jambs. Lock jambs shall be prepared for Government series 160 lock strike jambs or proposed equal lockset. Door frames shall be plumbed and anchored secured to existing steel structure of building. Doors leafs shall be standard duty, seamless hollow metal construction, shall be sized accordingly, 1-3/4" thick, with 18 gauge seamless galvanized steel face, Series 1500 (interior), Series 2500 Supercore Doors (Exterior)or equal conforming to Commercial Standard CS242-62, and the Steel Door Institute for Type 1 classification. Top and bottoms shall be not less than 16 gauge channels with Core to be rigid polystyrene foam core. Door leafs shall be mortised for 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" template hinges and prepared for Government series 160 type locksets or deadbolts. Doors shall be Full flush Panel doors At locations shown on plans Hardware: See plans Hinges shall be 4-1/2"x4-1/2", 10 gauge, full mortise, plain bearing, steel prime painted, three per door leaf. Locksets for exterior door shall be standard duty keyed deadbolts (and thumb turn interior) and lever entry lockset, - Doors and frames shall be bonderized and painted one coat rust inhibitive quality primer, neutral gray color, oven dried and conforms to ASTM D-714 and B-117]

21 5.0 PLUMBING - The contractor shall comply with the drawings and applicable plumbing code requirements. Provide all design and plumbing plans required for all fixtures shown on the plans Potable Water Service: The COB/County shall provide Water Service Line to within 4 ft of exterior of building. 1. All potable water lines (hot & cold) inside building shall be 3/4" non-barrier PEX-B type tubing manufactured to ASTM F876/F877/F2023 standards and complying with State Plumbing codes. The contractor shall have approval from the owner prior to use of different materials other than copper. 2. Hot and/or cold water shall be provided to all fixtures shown on the plans. Cold water lines shall be provided to all toilet fixtures. All fixtures' supply lines shall be valved (including water heater) at the fixture Waste Plumbing: The COB/county shall connect to 4inch PVC line from Building and provide/connect sewer tap Contractor shall stub out 3" (or 4") pvc (with a Cleanout to 4 ft outside Bldg) 1. The basic waste plumbing is not shown and shall be the responsibility of the contractor to properly size. 2. All connections, slopes, vents (not shown), traps, etc. shall be installed in accordance with the Kentucky State Plumbing Regulations & Codes. 3. All PVC material used shall be Schedule 40 unless approved otherwise. 4. Floor Drains shall be supplied and installed in the restroom Plumbing Materials 5.03 Plumbing Fixtures required shall comply with the following minimum standards, Integral Lavatory wall mounted-- Handicap Access. - handicap Delta faucets- Color selected by owner-with drains & traps - hot/cold water valves. See drawing details NIC- water valves. See drawing details

22 Urinal-NIC Amer Standard (Disabled) Closet Set (flush tank) & open Front Seat, Vitreous China- floor mounted, Low consumption, siphon jet, With water Supply line/valve gal elect Water hater - W/Temp Pressure - Mounted above drop Ceiling Keyed wall Hydrant (Woodford) Indoor 24P - within the restroom, Lean-too and as shown within the mechanic building Floors drains - the restroom shall have floor drain & and comply with state plumbing codes Toilet Partitions - NIC Toilet & Bath Accessories: Shall be provided as noted on plans : Grab Bars as noted on plans and General Guide Specifications 6.0 HEATING, VENTALAITNG, AND AIRCONDITION (HVAC)- General: A standard 2.0 Ton (min) rated Heat Pump shall be utilized for this Bid Item # 2 (approx bldg size=1000 SF)- The Unit shall be Combined (package) unit mounted outside at back (rear) portion of Building - All ducts shall be run above drop ceiling. A Heat Pump Split system shall not be used -no room inside building for furnace/fan see section The contractor shall provide with the lump sum bid the cost to provide one new Heating, Ventilation, and Air Condition unit. The new HVAC shall be installed within the areas as shown on the plans. The contractor shall provide Engineering design to properly size all supply and return duct work, registers, grilles, diffusers, & louvers necessary for a properly balanced HVAC system. All design and construction of the new HVAC system shall comply with the latest edition of SMACNA s Duct Manual and Sheet Metal. Construction for low velocity Ventilating and Air condition Systems. See Section 6.6 for minimum Size allowed. 6.2 All main supply & return duct work shall constructed of be sheet metal (insulated) of appropriate gauge based on duct size and building codes. Insulated Flexible duct may be utilized for the branch areas runouts and shall not exceed five feet in length. Individual returns to the main trunk return shall be provided for all offices. The flexible duct shall be Owens Corning or equivalent (one inch fiberglass insulated) with aluminum pigment vinyl vapor barrier

23 6.3 Registers, Grilles, Diffusers, & Louvers all supply air diffusers shall be provided and suitable for an commercial office type style/setting. 6.4 A Programmable thermostat controller shall be provided for the new HVAC Unit installed within the Mechanic s Office Area. 6.5 The entire HVAC system shall be tested, balanced, and certified in accordance with industry standards. 6.6 HVAC unit shall be PACKAGE Heat Pump Unit, with a SEER 14 rating minimum. The unit shall be a Carrier, Trane, or Goodman (model GPH1424M41), or other equal. Shall have emergency back up Heat Strips (8Kw-27,000 BTU s) The Exterior unit shall have Heavy guage galvanized-steel cabinet, Gray powder paint finish, Insulated Air handling compartment, High efficiency compressor, rated at 24,000 BTU/h cooling and 23,000 BTU/h Heating. Wiring shall per unit selected units requirements (208/230 V/1P, 30 amp circuit Shall be properly installed outside of the building as shown on the plans. Multi Speed Blower Unit supplied shall have a 10 year Parts Warranty 7.0 ELECTRICAL Minimum electrical Outlets/lights/switches /fans and telephone outlets etc are shown on Plan Sheet E-2 /E-3/E5 All Work shall be per the National Electric Code This work shall be included in Lump Sum Bid Item # GRADE WORK. Subgrade for this building shall be constructed to grades as shown on the plans. This work shall be included in the BID ITEM # 1 BID - See Special Conditions in contract documents Bid Item # 2 shall include all footing excavation, backfill, and final grading to bring the surrounding soil grade to the pavement grade. Once all building work has been accomplished, all disturbed areas shall be harrowed, disked, and or dragged as necessary to provide broken, loose soil graded to a smooth form ready to be seeded

24 The disturbed areas shall be seeded at a rate of 200 lbs (80 % KY 31 Fescue, 10 % annual rye, 10 % clover) per acre. The disturbed area shall be strawed at a rate of 75 bales per acre after seeding slab. NCRD shall any required #57 rock backfill/leveling rock required below the 4" concrete

25 ATTACHMENT B to SPECIFICATION #2018-NC-001 for OVERHEAD DOORS (BID ITEMS # 3a and #3b Stephen Foster Drama Association, New Amphitheater located at 411 East Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, KY in Nelson County Kentucky

26 1,0 OVERHEAD DOORS Locations and sizes of doors are shown on the plans. The Overhead doors shall be bid separate as Bid Item # 3A and Bid Item # 3B. Either Bid Item # 3A or # 3B shall be selected depending on available funds. See Bid sheet Bid Item # 3A: Includes First Level (stage level) -overhead doors Shall be Sectional steel overhead doors Includes Second Level (Catwalk level) -overhead doors shall Rolling Steel overhead doors Bid Item # 3B- All steel rolling doors Includes First Level (stage level) -overhead doors Shall be Rolling Steel overhead doors Includes Second Level (Catwalk level) -overhead doors shall Rolling Steel overhead doors 2.0 : SECTIONAL STEEL OVERHEAD DOORS Acceptable Doors: C.H.I. Overhead doors: Model 3240 Ribbed Steel Sectional Commercial Door Overhead Door Corporation: 420 Series Ribbed Sectional steel door OR Approved Equals or better. GENERAL a. SUMMARY Section Includes: (1) Electrically operated steel sectional overhead doors. (2) Operating hardware, controls, and supports. (3) Power Supply- _115 V, single phase, 60 Hz, Connection to power supply and control devices. b. REFERENCES i. ASTM International (ASTM) A653/A653M-03 - Standard Specification for Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process. c. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION i. Design doors to withstand:

27 (1) Positive and negative design wind loads in accordance with KY Building Codes. With a minimum of [20 PSF.] (2) Cycle life of 10,000 cycles. ii. Operation: Electric. iii. Track and Operating Hardware: SEE PLANS d. SUBMITTALS i. Submittals for Review: (1) Shop Drawings: Indicate opening dimensions and required tolerances, connection details, anchorage spacing, hardware locations, and installation details. (2) Product Data: Provide information on component construction, anchorage method, and hardware. ii. Closeout Submittals: (1) Operation and Maintenance Data. (2) Regional products: Indicate location of product manufacturer and distance from manufacturer to project site. e. WARRANTIES i. Provide manufacturer s one year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. 6. MANUFACTURERS Acceptable Manufacturers for Sectional Doors shall be Model 3240 by C.H.I. Overhead Doors. OR Overhead door Corporation Series 420/424 Equals May be submitted however Owner Reserves the right to Select best model for the Project f. MATERIALS Galvanized Steel Sheet: ASTM A653/A653M, Structural Quality, G60 coating class. g. COMPONENTS i. Door Sections: (1) Type: Deep ribbed, pan style. (2) Material: Galvanized steel. (3) Gauge: 24. (Shall be sufficient for door opening per manufacturer published data) (4) Thickness: Nominally 2 inches. (5) Rails: Tongue-and-groove. (6) End caps: Wrap-around box style, 18 Gauge galvanized steel, full height of section, riveted to inside rails and face of door. Tracks: shall be designed/depend on size of door See plans: Tracks shall meet the following minimum (7) 2" or 3 inches wide, roll-formed 13 Gauge galvanized steel,

28 ii. iii. iv. with galvanized steel mounting brackets. Per manufacturer s published data (8) Lower track sections adjustable for weather tight fit. (9) Horizontal tracks reinforced with minimum 13 Gauge galvanized steel angle according to door weight and size. (10) Hinge and Roller Assemblies: Heavy duty hinges and adjustable roller holders of galvanized steel, with floating hardened steel bearing rollers, located at top and bottom of each panel, each side. Spring Counterbalance: (11) Oil tempered torsion springs mounted on cross-header shaft supported by galvanized steel ball bearing end plates and center carrier brackets as required. (12) Counterbalance transferred to doors via aircraft quality braided steel lift cables. Bottom Weatherstripping: Vinyl weatherseal, full width of door. Lock: Electric operator Electric Operator: Shall be supplied for all First Level (stage Level) Overhead doors (1) Power supply: [115 VAC, single phase.] Sufficient power to operate door at average speed of 12 inches per second. (2) Disconnect for chain hoist operation in case of power failure. (3) Control station: push button operator control (inside) with keyed switch station marked OPEN, CLOSE and STOP. Furnish four keys per station.] v. Safety Device: Photoelectric sensor; detect obstruction and reverse door without requiring door to contact obstruction AND Electric pneumatic edge; detect obstruction and reverse door upon contact with pneumatic hose.] vi. Finish: (1) Exterior panel surfaces: Baked-on enamel primer and polyester finish coat, color to be selected by owner from manufacturer s standards. Which shall include white, brown, grey and sandstone Powder Coated Finish Custom Powder Coat Color if chosen by owner]. (2) Interior panel surfaces: Baked-on polyester primer. h. INSTALLATION i. Install door assembly in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. ii. Anchor to adjacent construction without distortion or stress. iii. Securely brace door tracks suspended from structure. Secure tracks to structural members only. iv. Fit and align door assembly including hardware, level and plumb, to provide smooth operation

29 v. Position head and jamb weatherstripping to contact door sections when closed; secure in position. vi. 6. Make wiring connections between power supply and operator and between operator and controls. ADJUSTING : Adjust to operate smoothly throughout full operating range

30 2.1: ROLLING STEEL (COILING) OVERHEAD DOORS Medium Duty Coiling (Rolling) Service Doors: Specifications: May be following: Shall meet manufacturer s published data for door sizes required CHI - Overhead Rolling Steel Door Model # 6221/6241 Overhead Door Corp. Overhead Rolling Steel Door Model 610/620 Shall be designed as follows:. 1. Wind Loads: Design door assembly to withstand a minimum of 20 psf in accordance with ASTM E330 using a 1.0 factor of safety. 2. Operation: Design complete door assembly including operator for usage of up to 10 cycles per day with a minimum 20,000 cycles 3. Source Limitations: Provide overhead coiling doors from one manufacturer for each type of door. Provide operators and other accessories from source acceptable to overhead coiling door manufacturer. 4. MATERIALS If Used shall meet following: A. Galvanized commercial steel, (CS type) per ASTM A653/A653M, G90 and G60 coating class. DOOR ASSEMBLY Stainless Steel Sheet: ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304, roll form temper. Aluminum: Extrusions: ASTM B221, alloy and temper best suited to application. Sheet: ASTM B209, alloy and temper best suited to application. Non-Insulated Overhead (Rolling )Coiling Service Doors 5. CONSTRUCTION: Curtain: Constructed from interlocking slats formed from the following. Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel (MINIMUM) and shall be gauge required by the note: (7 ft wide Catwalk Rolling Steel may be 24 gage) Manufacturer published data shall meet span and height of door specified in the plans

31 Finish: Hot-dipped galvanized in accordance with ASTM A653 and with baked on epoxy enamel primer coat and polyester finish coat. Polyester Finish: Color to be selected by OWNER from Standard Colors: [Gray], [White], [Tan], [Brown], [Galvanized] Profile: Flat, non-insulated, 2-3/4 inches high by 5/8 inch deep. End locks: Galvanized malleable iron, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement. Wind locks: Per design and wind load requirements Bottom bar: Extruded Aluminum or steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal. Bottom Bar Finish: A. Powder Coat [to match curtain] Guides: Structural angles bolted together to form guide and mounting surface. Guide Material: Steel Guide Finish: Painted Black Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate, with precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle. Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not to exceed 0.03 per foot of span with threaded rings or lugs welded to barrel assembly for curtain attachment. Springs: Spring tension assembly supported within barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs; grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug. Designed for usage of up to 20 cycles per day. Designed for minimum 20,000 cycles. Hood: Shaped to fit within the head plates and with intermediate supports as required. Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel Hood Color: Match curtain finish Weather Seal: Vinyl guide seal with rubber hood baffle. Locking Mechanism: Note: Second Level Rolling steel doors shall be locked by chain keeper suitable for pad lock. IF Bid Alternate is selected for First Level to be Rolling Steel doors then locking shall be through motor drive train: Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated doors with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when door is locked. Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel

32 DOOR OPERATION: 1. Manual Operation- FOR UPPER LEVEL (Cat Walk) ROLLING STEEL DOORS Chain Hoist. IF BID ALTERNATE SELECTED to USE ROLLING STEEL DOORS ON LOWER LEVEL THEN OPERATION OF DOORS SHALL BE By Electric Motor Operator: Provide operator unit, UL listed and UL labeled, size as recommended by manufacturer, capable of driving door at a speed of no less than 8 inches per second nor more than 12 inches per second. Usage Classification Medium duty; up to 12 cycles per hour and up to 50 cycles per day. Operator Location: Mounted on front of hood. Operator Exposure: Interior. Power Supply: 115 VAC, single phase Control Station: 24 V three button control station with open, close, and stop buttons and keyed lockout. NEMA 1 Surface mounted for interior.- SEE PLANS NEMA 1 Flush mounted for interior.- SEE PLANS Primary Entrapment Protection Devices: NEMA 1 Monitored Photo Sensors: Photo eyes fully monitored, non-contact, infrared beam photo sensor system shall reverse a closing door to the full open position when an obstruction is sensed; photo sensors shall be mounted no higher than 6 inches (152 mm) maximum above the floor. Ancillary Entrapment Protection Devices: Pneumatic Sensing Edge: Pneumatic sensing edge shall reverse a closing door to the full open position when an obstruction is sensed. 2. Wind load: Design door assembly to withstand a minimum of 20 psf in accordance with ASTM E330 using a 1.0 factor of safety. INSTALLATION Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Anchor to adjacent construction without distortion or stress. Fit and align door and shutter assembly including hardware, plumb, level and square to ensure smooth operation. Complete wiring from operator to controls and components. Coordinate installation of electrical service from power supply to operator. ADJUSTING Adjust hardware and moving parts so that doors operate smoothly throughout full operating range. Adjust seals to provide a tight fit around the entire perimeter WARRANTY SERVICE; five years against defects in material and workmanship DEMONSTRATION Demonstrate proper operation to Owner