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KAISER PERMANENTE DIRTT WORKBOOK Doing It Right This Time Continuous Improvement

SPRING 2018


ICEsoftware ENVISION · MODIFY DESIGN · QUOTE VERIFY IN VR INSTANTLY

DESIGN FEEDS DIRTT 3 WEEKS MAX WALLS · POWER · NETWORKS ACCESS FLOORS · DOORS MILLWORK

YOUR BUILDING WARM SHELL CONDITION DIRTT ARRIVES · SMALL CREW QUICK CONNECT CONSTRUCTION 99% LESS WASTE

MOVE-IN 1/3 FASTER

DAY ONE ACCESSABLE INFRASTRUCTURE DURABLE · CLEANABLE FUTURE FRIENDLY


INTRODUCTION A Message from Mogens

This document gives guidance for all providers on the KP construction team. With this and your local DIRTT team as your guide, you will find efficiencies and opportunities from early conceptual design and planning, pre-construction, facility implementation, all the way through to future operations. Kaiser Permanente is pioneering the future of health care by providing better care more economically. They are building a relationship with members centered on Total Health. This approach doesn’t stop with hiring healthcare providers and investing in the best medical technology – it includes the built environment. The DIRTT “Build better” approach responds to the fact that conventionally built environments quickly become obstacles. DIRTT’s software-driven, prefabricated, “kit-of-parts” is designed and engineered to exactly match the needs of each unique building and Client, now and in the future. With this approach, construction is responsive to changes in technology, changes in building use and changes in patient needs, speeding construction and greatly reducing operational costs over time.

DIRTT has been “Doing It Right This Time” since 2005; yet, for many in the construction industry, this method of technology-driven construction is quite disruptive. We are a multi-trade solution, combining the work of six to ten sub-trades into one point of contact. With three skilled tradespeople retiring for every new apprentice, DIRTT’s prefab approach guarantees a reduced schedule and a certain cost. Simultaneously, we make the work of the other trades and professionals on the project more seamless and efficient. Please know that the entire DIRTT organization stands behind our client process and our Partners, and you can always reach out directly to me at any time with suggestions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Mogens Smed Founder and Executive Chairman msmed@dirtt.net


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Reference Material


ABOUT THE

KAISER PERMANENTE DIRTT WORKBOOK


The purpose of this document

is to introduce Kaiser NFS teams and Preferred Providers to DIRTT’s approach to a prefabricated interior construction process. KP is implementing a strategy to take advantage of a patientdriven, technology-supported, factory-produced materials for high quality interior construction to respond to well researched KP templates and design requirements. KP NFS is partnering with DIRTT for this new approach to MOB construction. This workbook will provide an overview for KP project teams of when and how to engage with DIRTT, what the design assist and pre-construction process looks like and how to smoothly make the shift from conventional-minded interior construction to prefabrication for the interiors. While full of valuable information, this workbook cannot replace the knowledge and experience of your local DIRTT team. DIRTT does not replace an architect or general contractor, rather the local DIRTT team is a key partner and expert in the process. It is important to engage and include DIRTT from project inception. DIRTT is here to support KP every step of the way.

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WHY DIRTT? Let Us Show You

DIRTT is a software-driven process of manufactured off-site construction for building interiors. But first, we’re people. In calling our company “Doing It Right This Time,” we chose people as our first priority to really start doing things right. DIRTT is dedicated to delivering human-centered and responsive solutions for interior spaces with exceptional speed and value. DIRTT uses construction technology to personalize places and things to meet the needs of people now and in the future. Our approach is scalable, repeatable and flexible, which makes it cost effective. DIRTT changes the paradigms of construction and manufacturing via software and culture.


SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY

ICE software® puts your team in complete control. By combining video game technology with design tools to create an immersive world in real-time, KP care providers can take part in leading best practices for patient-centered design while everything stays on-budget and on-time.

MAKE GOOD DECISIONS FAST Even if you are familiar with 3D and virtual reality design experiences, the difference with ICE is the data from the envisioning experience drives manufacturing. So, the picture truly is the order (right down to the manufacturing CNC code). All costing, engineering, manufacturing, logistics and installation instructions are part of the ICE software. What you see is what you get. Most valuable to KP is the ease of clear and precise communication with all providers. An inspiring virtual experience allows non-designers to make the best decisions regarding the design, cost and performance of each KP clinic location without knowing a thing about DIRTT.

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All modifications produce automatic pricing. Once approved, the software feeds the design directly to the DIRTT production facilities. No waiting. No wondering if what you want is what will arrive. Your own design consultants do not need to learn ICE. They continue to work in the platform they are comfortable with. The name “ICE” reflects the fact it can “melt” into other software. This includes AutoCAD®, Revit® and Navisworks®. ICEcad® is a direct link between AutoCAD and ICE, built into the ICE platform for zero import/export. Anything done in ICEcad translates into ICE, including the interactive 3D flythrough mode. For Revit and Navisworks, ICE exports a Revit and IFC compatible file that links to the master model for validation and confirmation. ICE also supports a fit and interference analysis and room bounding objects to support Revit schedules. The files can then be exported to Navisworks project review software. This model is supplied at any point in the process and supports all necessary design iterations.

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WHAT TO EXPECT USING ICE ® • Design team uses CAD tool of choice for space planning and conceptual design. • Local DIRTT Partner Designer supports KP’s design team with ICE: ºº KP design team and providers do not need any expertise in DIRTT system or software. • ICE contains ingrained rules for making variations on DIRTT components. The mass-custom nature adjusts to fit any dimensional, aesthetic and performance requirements. • Complexity of design does not result in custom pricing. • Bigger costs more. Smaller costs less. All pricing is produced using this simple, transparent math. • Providers experience and alter the design in real-time interactive 3D: ºº Example: While exploring in 3D, it is discovered the med gases are not exactly in the best location. The placement is corrected to the millimeter. ICE automatically updates the engineering, elevations and shop drawings. ■■ Virtual and mixed reality is available to validate locations: ▫▫ Several team members can enter design simultaneously and collaborate using virtual reality. ▫▫ All the same ICE intelligence is part of the experience. ºº Modifications during the meeting automatically appear in 3D along with elevations, plan view and quote. ºº Any providers unable to attend meeting are sent a virtual 3D flythrough via email. • All cost and engineering information within the ICE file is instantly revised. If a change results in a construction challenge, a material delay or a design consideration, an alert will appear and can be addressed immediately. • DIRTT’s design team assists with product knowledge, so priorities are captured in the design while maintaining the budget and design intent. • Final design decisions can be made up to the last responsible moment due to ICE simultaneously producing all the engineering and manufacturing data during the design process and DIRTT’s short lead-times, extending design timelines and increasing flexibility.


MANUFACTURING FROM ICE • Approved design is fed directly to DIRTT production via data produced automatically by ICE. There are no opportunities for human error at factories. • Electrical, data, med gas outlets and support for other utilities are prefabricated, installed and tested. • Finished tiles are simultaneously produced using the data from ICE to precisely match the outlet placement. • These activities may be done in different DIRTT factories with zero deviation from the design. • Production time for walls, doors, glazing, access floor, med gas, electrical and networks is a standard 10-14 days. • Millwork production time is three-weeks.

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DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION WITH ICE • I dentification labels are produced and attached to every component during production at DIRTT’s factories. • Trailers are loaded in the order that makes installation most efficient. • Identification labels, detailed drawings and live ICE files guide installation teams. Assembled components are delivered and installed rather than staged, reducing the need for staging areas on the construction site.

POST OCCUPANCY WITH ICE • D amage or alteration is quickly and cleanly resolved. A photo of the identification label is sent to DIRTT for replacement or re-purposing. Often the replacement is sent overnight. • ICE also helps with any asset management of extra components such as doors or cabinets needed for fast changes.

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CULTURE DIRTT has a unique and engaging culture and we think you will like it. That’s because of what it does for you. DIRTT is in the construction industry. Every construction project has its challenges. We are with you every step of the way. With DIRTT, you have a family of 1200 individuals and an expert local team committed to not just Doing It Right This Time, but doing what it takes to make your project a success. DIRTT is about openness, sustainability, diversity, opportunity and mutual respect. Factories are clean and well-organized. Each factory has an in-house chef serving two meals a day in beautiful cafeterias. Employees are cross-trained and empowered to take on new challenges and grow professionally. Even those in less-skilled positions start life at DIRTT with a living wage, not a minimum wage. At DIRTT, everyone sits in an open environment; there are no titles and hard work is intermixed with humor and playful events.

SOFTWARE + CULTURE = TWO-WEEK LEAD TIMES DIRTT’s powerful software platform and empowered teams combine to guarantee manufacturing cycles of 10 days to a maximum of 21 days, depending on material specified. Most orders ship two weeks from order entry, regardless of size. The software platform and your local DIRTT Team act as a language translator. They seamlessly turn the design into the language of the owner, the design professional’s software, the budget, the manufacturing machines and the trades onsite.


INNOVATION YOUR NEEDS DRIVE INNOVATION Our Product Development team explores and develops innovations to solve our client’s real-world challenges. Sometimes the solution is a one-off, and sometimes it translates to a new component for all DIRTT clients. To become a regular part of the DIRTT environment, the innovation faces a tough but fair set of rules. 1. It must solve a meaningful problem. 2. It can easily integrate into all previous DIRTT projects. 3. Legacy DIRTT does not need to be disposed of to accept the new components. 4. The innovation must be responsive and open to future adaptation.

ICE® SOFTWARE INNOVATION The ICE team continually improves the platform and user experience. They research the latest findings in how people react and respond to virtual worlds. Then, they develop ways to make it a more comfortable and helpful experience. As early adopters and innovators of virtual technology, the ICE team is part of an exclusive team of global leaders working to find all the ways this technology can improve lives.

creating unique avatars for people exploring their designs. This step surprised even the team because virtual reality moved from being “cool” to being a true communication tool. The hardware needed for virtual experiences can be an obstacle when the team is large or people just aren’t comfortable having their eyes covered with goggles. Using the ICEreality app, the whole team can explore the design while keeping an eye on the real world around them. Currently, the ICE team is launching ways for satellite teams to meet inside virtual designs without having to travel or send messages back and forth. They can collaborate live, inside the design and make empowered decisions for next steps in the project.

Already, they’ve made the virtual reality experience more social and collaborative by

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FACTORY CAPABILITIES DIRTT’s factories in Phoenix, AZ and Savannah, GA produce aluminum frames, doors, glazing, and prefab electrical systems. DIRTT’s HQ factory in Calgary produces those, plus painted and wood finishes, millwork and writable surfaces. DIRTT’s factory in Kelowna, BC

is where DIRTT’s Power production takes place. Because the software feeds your design directly to production machinery, orders can be split between factories for the most efficient and timely response to a Client schedule or location.


THE JOBSITE & INSTALLATION The jobsite is wide-open core and shell with only as-needed materials. Trades perform work on the perimeter, in the ceiling and on the floor finishes. There are minimal other trades and their materials to work around. The sequence is the opposite of

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conventional construction, and it may raise eyebrows to see such a quiet and efficient site. However, the prefab being produced in parallel off-site ensures a safer, cleaner workplace while making all the trades much more efficient.

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INTEGRATED PREFAB

Division 13: Special Construction Prefabrication is regularly used in today’s construction process. It allows for parallel schedules, and resequencing of work, while optimizing on-site skilled labor. DIRTT falls within Division 13: Special Construction due to the design of the prefabricated components and the method of construction. Solutions in division 13 are not products at all and cannot be treated as such. Rather they fall into prefabricated components or specialty buildings, and require an increased level of early and continued involvement by the specialty sub-trade to receive the full benefit. The sooner DIRTT is a partner on your team the better we can deliver the speed, certainty and labor savings you expect, even outside the DIRTT scope of work.

READ ABOUT DESIGN ASSIST Design Assist is common in construction delivery methods like Design-Build and IPD. Specialty subtrades are involved earlier for a heightened level of coordination and constructibilty. Preconstruction coordination in these delivery models adds value to the project by decreasing the time and cost of coordination once materials arrive. The construction is first done virtually. In the case of DIRTT the virtual, interactive design created in ICE® software is ingrained with data for instantly capturing budget details and production machine instructions. Designs are explored and modified, issues are solved before manufacturing begins on any materials. If conditions change on the job-site ICE captures the new dimensions and alters the DIRTT components to fit. The local DIRTT Team’s role transitions into a subcontractor as the implementation of the design is adopted, manufactured, and installed under separate contract.


DELIVERABLES • Design Assist from local DIRTT Partner Designer

o Integrates drawings into ICE® software

 BIM (Navisworks®, Revit®, etc.)

 AutoCAD® is interactive within ICE

o Value Engineering

o Environmental material choices

o Live, interactive 3D sessions

 Instant modifications

• Shown in plan-view, elevations and 3D

• Simultaneous and exact pricing

• Engineering and constructability revised

 Files shareable with stakeholders

Attend Weekly team meetings as set forth in the agreed upon timeline

Assisting in defining most effective Prefab Project Scope

Cost estimating and final price determination

Identify scope

Execution plan for integrating a prefab approach (Creating a Roles

and Responsibilities Matrix) •

Prefab constructability review and coordination of other trades

Integrated Project Schedule: duration and sequence impact for both Design and Construction

Establishing process for proper budgeting of a blended prefab and other trades

Equipment, accessory and specialties coordination with interaction of prefab solution

Development reference drawings for permit set, including signed and sealed structural drawings

Floor plans

Critical Elevations

Door Schedule

Finish Schedule

Typical wall connection details to base building

*ICE files prepared to meet final design intent prior to release of fabrication shop drawings

Permitting

Procurement

Site issues

Maintenance and life cycle

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*This preconstruction service agreement ends prior to the production of shop drawings. Shop Drawings will be included in the construction contract agreement upon approval of final pricing.

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COMPONENTS

FRAMES AND TILES The wall assembly scope by DIRTT can be everything constructed in the building interior that is not fire rated or shielded. DIRTT walls are pre-assembled at the factory into “frames.� Each frame can be a different size if needed, and frames contain insulation, electrical, data boxes, backing and support for other utilities as required. All frames include modular blocking as necessary, reducing rouch carpentry costs.

DIRTT finish tiles are factory-finished with zero VOC paint, thermofoil (3D laminate), whiteboard materials, fabric, acoustic damping tackable surfaces, back painted glass, and digitally printed glass. Tiles are interchangeable over time. A bar code on the back of each tile facilitates it being reproduced rapidly at any time in the future, or being replaced by a tile with a different finish and sent overnight if needed.

Internal frame assembly at a DIRTT factory. Note recycled denim insulation, and prefab electrical.

Skid of frames for shipping. Minimal/reusable packaging maximizes trailer loads, mitigates site waste.


COMPONENTS INTEGRATED IN AND ON WALLS DIRTT MODULAR POWER AND NETWORKS: • Pre-wired “plug and play” electrical components enable significant cost and schedule savings initially and enable rapid and cost effective change over time. ICE software provides exact placement* in each elevation and translates it to the production floor where outlets are assembled, tested and installed in the frames for a quick-connect on the jobsite. ºº *Engineer of record is responsible for determining the initial locations, circuiting, code compliance and overall design concept. Power drawings are for the implementation of the design and accurate pricing of scope. • Should you choose, Passive Optical Networks (PON) are an excellent space saving and energy saving replacement for copper networks. PON offers unlimited bandwidth and a 12-mile radius. The equipment to translate the fiber to the copper line-in for all end-user devices is housed in walls. It is secure while accessible to IT. • DIRTT walls have been evaluated and certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to QQXX (Prefabricated Assemblies) Sections and Units. • Connections are all factory tested for quality assurance, reducing field time.

Pre-finished and fitted tiles attach without tools. All outlets are precisely engineered to match up with precut openings. Backs of tiles are bar coded with location, material and dimensions for future maintenance or alteration.

DIRTT POWER PRODUCT GUIDE

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COMPONENTS INTEGRATED IN AND ON WALLS CONTINUED. FLEX GAS: • Pre-installed with minimal on-site labor, Flex Gas gives Kaiser Permanente the flexibility of hose technology with quickconnect manifolds. This is a proven safe and effective alternative to the traditional copper pipe approach.

ºº The walls also support copper pipe med gases.

MILLWORK • During the design phase, the design team creates exact sizes and utility for all Millwork. Pricing is based on quantity of materials, not complexity.

• The millwork is fully assembled at DIRTT. Once on-site, DIRTT crews receive and hang from walls reducing installation time and the need to coordinate with multiple trades.

ºº Easily installs on modular blocking called “antlers”, pre-installed in the DIRTT frames.

FURNITURE, DOORS, ART AND EQUIPMENT BY OTHERS • The patented reveals in the walls support any legacy, new and future furniture, fixtures and equipment.

DIRTT’S 10 YEAR WARRANTY

Frames installed with acoustic barrier, med gas, electrical, and data roughed in. Awaiting finish tiles.


COMPONENTS INTEGRATED IN AND ON WALLS CONTINUED..

HORIZONTAL SUPPORT DETAIL DIRTT’s horizontal reveal is more than an aesthetic detail. The form is filled with function. It’s called the Antler: • Support up to 300 lbs. of distributed weight. • Offers many more opportunities for taking advantage of vertical real estate.

• K eeps equipment and devices off the floor. • Universal mounting detail supports all makes and models of cabinets, •

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work-surfaces, accessories, picture hangers and equipment. Antler design means care providers can slide or unhook devices and place them for personal preference and patient comfort without requiring facilities teams, doing damage or creating friction with other shifts. Antler reveal makes wall cavities easily accessible by facilities teams. By adding Antlers to design, wall tiles are made smaller and easier to manipulate and replace in cases of damage. Infection Prevention: Antler is sealed using snap-in, clear, medical grade gaskets.

DURABILITY, FIT & FINISH • Wall tiles are fabricated using a medium density fiberboard (MDF) substrate. Its density is ten times that of drywall. When finished with Thermofoil (durable and washable with a bleach solution), DIRTT walls do not need Acrovyn® or similar wall protection added. The wall protection is integrated in the finish. • DIRTT is a leader in using water-based, zero-VOC finishes. Our Chromacoat paint is a highly durable, one-coat process. The nine-minute trip through our Italian Giardina finishing line means minimal over-spray and cold UV curing. Painted tiles are packaged right away and are ready to ship. No wasted real estate. No off-gassing. • After ten years in high use medical environments, DIRTT systems still show little wear. • Manufactured in computer-controlled factories, the DIRTT system exhibits

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extremely tight tolerances not possible through conventional construction methods. • Through design, material selection, construction processes and operations, DIRTT ensures its solutions actively support Infection Prevention & Control (IP&C), as well as cleaning and disinfecting protocols. • No Added Formaldehyde (NAF) is an option for tiles with all DIRTT supplied finishes excluding Fabric Tackable Tiles, which uses raw High Density Fibreboard (HDF). • In conventional construction, approximately one-third of the budget covers materials and two-thirds site labor. With prefab, that is flipped. Two-thirds of the cost goes to higher quality factory-made materials, and one-third goes to onsite labor. This results in much higher quality and more durable end-product, allowing you to spend money on the things that help meet your mission, not the labor to construct the building.

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RAPID: REPAIRS, REPURPOSING, RECONFIGURATION The key post-occupancy advantage of DIRTT’s prefab method of construction in healthcare is access to wall cavities. Facilities teams will have this simple tool to remove tiles to move an outlet, add a new data cable, add new backing for a new piece of wall-hung equipment, add or remove med gases or even to fix a leak if mechanical systems fail. These

rapid modifications to accommodate changes in technology or room use. This can save millions of dollars per year in larger buildings. If required, DIRTT walls are also moved or re-purposed at a much lower cost than demolishing and replacing conventional walls to help keep spaces productive.

TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION With access to the wall cavity, DIRTT walls are a platform for current and future technology. They accommodate embedded monitors, CPUs, video cameras, audio speakers and controls and almost any kind of cabling, switching or user interface. At the rate these technologies can change, your original DIRTT walls will continue to house and respond with a low cost of adaptation.


DIRTT and

SUSTAINABILITY Sustainability is in DIRTT’s DNA. The full name of the company is DIRTT Environmental Solutions. Like many 21st century companies, we produce all assemblies and components and run our facilities in the most environmentally sensitive way possible, and we continuously improve as technologies and materials become available. DIRTT uses onsite energy collection and highly efficient machinery. We participate in water conservation, practice materials recycling and procure non-toxic processes and materials. Just as important, we give our clients the physical space to harness the two most important foundations of sustainability: reduce and reuse. These also happen to be the best environmental choices for return on investment. There will be virtually zero material waste on the jobsite. A shorter schedule cuts back on vehicle trips overall. Fewer protective coverings are needed and discarded, and you’ll see a fraction of the drywall dust to mitigate.

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Painting and fabric adhesion is done off-site. Finishes and adhesives are water-based, low and zero-VOC rated. Insulation in the walls is recycled denim with no fiberglass.

Once occupied, maintenance and repurposing is done without demolition and renovation. All components are reusable in new locations. At end-oflife, the components are designed for disassembly for easy recycling. DIRTT can contribute to LEED credits in many categories, the Living Building Challenge and other local green building initiatives. DIRTT has independent certifications for indoor air quality and FSC wood products as well as a full suite of Health Product Declarations and Environmental Product Declarations.

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ACOUSTICS

OSHPD

Without the cost of building non-rated assemblies deck-to-deck, DIRTT provides excellent acoustic performance as part of a holistic approach to speech privacy. The DIRTT system provides several methods for sound absorption and attenuation. The key to a good holistic approach is to respond to “flanking paths” that sound can take around the DIRTT walls.

In California, OSHPD has experience working with DIRTT and has no resistance. DIRTT has an OPM and this helps facilitate the OSHPD approval process. Since every DIRTT project is manufactured as a custom solution, the DIRTT team will provide a local structural engineer’s details and calculations as part of the DIRTT shop drawing submittal; these can be integrated into the architect’s submittal package.

Ceiling tiles are recommended to be specified at CAC 40 or 42. Acoustical boots should be installed on air returns, and light fixtures should be evaluated for their acoustical properties. Architects and clients have often used sound masking systems as a cost-effective way to increase the STC rating by 10 points. DIRTT walls for healthcare have a minimum STC of 43. With a good celling and sound masking, HIPAA speech privacy is quite easily achieved.

WHAT IF YOU COULD SEE SOUND?

OSHPD PRE-APPROVAL


WHEN AND HOW TO

Bring in DIRTT Bring DIRTT into the project and process early. This is critical to implementing templates efficiently, reducing costs and eliminating duplication of professional services. The earlier the DIRTT preconstruction team understands the goals of a new building project, the greater the value returned to Kaiser Permanente NFS will be. At conceptual design (architect) or schematic design (Kaiser Permanente), DIRTT should be involved, educating and partnering on what to expect and how to respond.

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Why DIRTT?

THE DIRTT TEAM DIRTT has an extensive network of certified Partners across North America. These Partners have dedicated in-house teams skilled in DIRTT’s software, construction project management and procurement. The intelligent software platform means DIRTT Partners are empowered to provide you with rapid, exact feedback with full access to the manufacturing process and absolute certainty in material pricing. These Partners also bring both Kaiser Permanente and DIRTT strong existing relationships with local general contractors (credit, bonding, insurance, contracts) and understanding of local labor requirements. This regional and localized experience is invaluable. Both in-house and external local DIRTT-certified installation crews are at the ready to meet your schedule.

For each Kaiser Permanente project, the Partner assigns a preconstruction/construction project manager, a Design Assist software expert and a KP account manager. There will also be a local factory representative, a factory project manager, a factory electrical project engineer, factory A/V specialists and other engineering staff as needed to solve specific challenges. Factory installation technicians lead training sessions, provide jobsite support, certify local install teams and respond to warranty work. In addition, the DIRTT factory has a KP quality assurance team dedicated to oversight, advising and trouble-shooting on Kaiser Permanente projects.

READ ABOUT THE DIRTT TEAM


CLIENT SUPPORT Network

TRAINING INSTALLERS DIRTT offers installer training sessions for installers to learn about DIRTT’s products and culture. A maximum of 12 people attend each session making sure each person gets the necessary attention. Sessions are offered monthly at DIRTT’s Calgary headquarters with additional tailored sessions by request.

DIRTT PARTNER NETWORK

ARCHITECTS Your project team can join DIRTT for training sessions about how to to leverage DIRTT’s team, technology and construction process. Sessions are tailored to each group and available at any location.

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BID GUIDELINES FOR SUB-TRADES WITH

DIRTT WALLS FLOORING CONTRACTORS • It is important to recognize that floor coverings happen earlier in the construction process for these areas beneath DIRTT walls and need to create wide open space for DIRTT to be installed, thus lowering labor cost, reducing waste and gaining efficiencies in overall schedule. • DIRTT walls sit on finished floors. • Flooring sub-contractor needs to install carpet and vinyl throughout these areas without obstruction. • DIRTT walls include a recessed base for corridors and offices. Flooring sub does not apply rubber base to these DIRTT walls, unless previously discussed and DIRTT provides scribed-to-floor tiles at the bottom of wall and fixed in place tile for wrap around flooring. • Flooring layout will be coordinated prior to install with DIRTT partner to ensure flooring transitions occur underneath the DIRTT walls and in appropriate locations.


CEILING CONTRACTORS • DIRTT walls attach to finished ceilings (grid, bulkhead drywall, etc.). • Ceilings must go in before DIRTT ceiling track is installed. • DIRTT offers a drop-in integrated ceiling option where the ceiling is installed within the perimeter of each room. If drop-in integrated ceilings are selected, the ceilings go in after DIRTT walls. • Acoustical tiles should not be dropped in until after all electrical and plumbing has been connected above DIRTT walls. • Major intersections in the ceiling grid should not be planned above the centerline of any DIRTT walls as they may interfere with electrical and plumbing.

DRYWALL CONTRACTOR • DIRTT walls come with assembled frames and insulation. Tiles are snapped onto the frames once they are plumbed and leveled. No metal studs, insulation or drywall is necessary where DIRTT walls are shown. • It is important that any conventional walls DIRTT walls tie into are plumb and fully finished.

PAINTING CONTRACTOR • DIRTT walls connect to finished/painted conventional walls with a simple wall-trim or are fastened to the conventional wall. • All conventional walls need to be painted prior to the installation of DIRTT walls. • All DIRTT tiles come from the factory fully finished and do not need to be painted.

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Bid GUIDELINES

GLAZING CONTRACTOR • Any glazing on the DIRTT system will be provided and installed by DIRTT.

DOOR AND DOOR HARDWARE: • Doors can be provided by DIRTT or purchased locally by Partner or the client. • If DIRTT supplies doors, they include: ºº Door frames with appropriate hardware prep. ºº Door slabs with hardware prep. • Hardware is provided by DIRTT or can be purchased locally by Partner or the client. • If DIRTT supplies hardware, it includes: ºº Door hardware per specification, including hinges. • If hardware does not come from DIRTT: ºº DIRTT provides all the necessarily milling and brackets. ºº Partner or client sources the hardware locally. • Door hardware, including the lock cylinders, is installed by DIRTT installers. • All keying and key cores for locking doors are keyed by external locksmiths.


ELECTRICIAN AND IT • Electrical Contractor needs to wire zone boxes prior to them being mounted. • All duplex power locations within DIRTT walls include the following: ºº Mounted back box (box size and type per specification). ºº ½” standard or healthcare grade MC flex with redundant ground as required. ºº Pre-wired device (healthcare grade wiring and ground pin up or down per specification). ºº Standard snap-on faceplate. • Electrician is responsible for all home run connections to J-box above DIRTT frames. The frames have a pigtail whip that extends 10’-0, above top of frame for electrician to tie into J-box inside plenum. • All switches, low voltage, nurse call/indicators or fire-strobes within DIRTT walls include the following: ºº Mounted back box (per specification). ºº Empty ¾” rigid conduit. ºº Electrician or IT vendors are responsible for wiring, devices and any trim rings/faceplates for these areas.

PLUMBING CONTRACTOR

DIRTT WASHROOM BUILD

• DIRTT provides cut out for horizontal wiring and flexible gasses in frame. • DIRTT walls do not contain drain or vent stacks. • Standard 4” wall can accommodate up to a maximum 2” diameter pipe maximum in a single width wall. • Extended 6” walls and variable thickness. Expanded Walls (6” and variable thickness) are also available to accommodate special plumbing needs. • Plumbing contractor provides copper supply lines, tie offs, welding, pipe sweating, elbows, connections to fixtures and connection in plenum to water source as needed. • Corian tile or Thermofoil finish tile should be specified behind and around sinks or other water areas. • Plumbers are responsible for sinks on DIRTT walls or inside DIRTT-provided sink cabinets. The modular blocking inside DIRTT walls for supporting sinks is provided by DIRTT.

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CONSTRUCTION Process

OVERALL Process Map PRE-CONSTRUCTION The local DIRTT Partner

enters into a Pre-Construction Agreement with either the local KP team or a specific construction manager/general contractor chosen for a project. Under this agreement the Partner provides services in these categories to Kaiser Permanente and the entire project team: • Participation/collaboration in weekly meetings with the architect • •

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and project team. Preliminary Budget analysis. Preliminary model in DIRTT software: ºº Makes a shareable 3D flythrough available. ºº Allows providers to participate in an interactive virtual reality experience of the model. Preliminary schedule coordination for documentation and project implementation. Definition of the appropriate DIRTT scope. Provide DIRTT details to architect and trade partners. Provide finish samples for interior design review. Regularly update software models, budgets and the DIRTT portion of construction schedules. Create IFC exports from DIRTT software for integration into Revit and Navisworks: ºº Participate in clash detection. Produce the DIRTT portion of permit drawings. Hire structural engineer to calculate and stamp submittals (additional fees may apply). Organize education sessions with key sub-contractors. Provide field verification of all base building conditions. Submit projects to Order Entry via DIRTT software files.


DESIGN ASSIST METHOD with DIRTT Pre-Fab

DIRTT has set pre-construction and Design Assist services as detailed above at $1.50/sf.

SAMPLE DESIGN ASSIST DOCUMENTS

INTERIOR DESIGN NARRATIVE – DIRTT: BASIS OF DESIGN

DATE Mr. / Ms. NAME / TITLE COMPANY (Owner / CM / DBCG / GC / Architect) ADDRESS line 1 ADRESS line 2 (ZIP) RE: PROJECT NAME Pre-Construction/Design Assist Professional Services Proposal to ______ Integrated Interior Assemblies (CSI division 13 42 73) FIRST NAME,

GENERAL DIRTT is multi-trade, prefabricated interior construction. This project is intended to be a combination of traditional framing and construction for small portions of the interior fit out, with the majority of the fit-out utilizing DIRTT’s manufactured interior construction. This project will include the following DIRTT components: walls, doors, modular electric, modular network, modular millwork, integrated ceiling tee system support. Please refer to the architectural framing plans and appropriate narrative for the scope of work that falls within the contractor’s work for the traditional fit-out. The DIRTT fit-out will be supplied & installed by DIRTT with the sub-contractor trades sequencing their work with the DIRTT supplier (DIRTT PARTNER NAME).

On behalf of DIRTT and our local DIRTT Partner, we are pleased to provide you with our proposal for professional Design Assist services. The service tasks and deliverables are limited to the Pre-Construction Project Phase up to an agreed upon scope and a final cost.

All wall finishes, apart from tile work, will come to the site pre-fabricated for installation. Any tile work that is called out in the Interior Design Narrative should assume that the tile sub-contractor will be responsible for supplying the tile, installing glass-mat, water resistant backing board in the DIRTT framed walls and installing and grouting the tile in a traditional installation method.

The cost to manufacture, deliver, install and close-out the project is under a separate sub-contractor agreement with the General Contractor.

BASIS OF DESIGN

DIRTT DESIGN ASSIST SCOPE DETAIL DESIGN ASSIST SERVICES AND DELIVERABLES BY PHASE PRE-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES: Consultative Approach DIRTTs approach is a construction management method that improves quality, cost certainty and provides custom, clean rapid prefab construction solutions. The DIRTT team will act in the role of consultant and coordinate with the architect to transcribe their vision into DIRTT and assist with design & specification through the preconstruction portion of the project. The role will transition into a subcontractor as the implementation of the design is manufactured and installed. Preconstruction Services are outlined per a typical project phase below. Scope of work documents will also be provided for each trade affected on the project.

A. PROGRAMING/PRE-DESIGN:

1) DIRTT Solid Wall Assemblies a) DIRTT wall assemblies incorporate aluminum framing segments with face mounted tiles. b) DIRTT Walls will include all necessary trim work and blocking c) DIRTT Frame Finish: Anodized Aluminum d) DIRTT Wall Finish: Painted MDF e) DIRTT Base Finish: Santoprene Base Trim, included. (Not required by flooring contractor) 2) DIRTT Glass Wall Assemblies a) Glass wall assemblies incorporate aluminum framing members and center mounted tempered glass b) DIRTT Walls will include all necessary trim work c) DIRTT Frame Finish: Anodized Aluminum d) DIRTT Glass: 6mm clear tempered glass e) DIRTT Base Finish: Santoprene Base Trim, included. (Not required by flooring contractor) 3) DIRTT Doors and hardware are provided for all doors located in the DIRTT wall assemblies only a) DIRTT doors include framing and door slabs b) DIRTT Type: Hinge, Solid Stained Wood Doors

Updated March 13, 2018

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KEY KP DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS DIRTT vs Conventional

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NARRATIVE – DIRTT: BASIS OF DESIGN SUMMARY

• The ceiling and other “flanking paths” must be considered

when planning the DIRTT acoustical strategy. By not going deck-to-deck, the DIRTT system simplifies coordination of MEP systems above the ceiling. Reveals in DIRTT walls are highly functional: they are a load-bearing hanging system for large or small millwork and equipment. They also enable design freedom, integrating texture and materials, and tile removal without damage to finishes. Put the walls to work. Eliminate double layers. Instead of hanging a markerboard over a wall surface, let the wall surface be a markerboard. Instead of hanging art over the wall surface, let the wall surface be a digitally printed art piece. Design a reveal at seated height for clinicians to have equipment in reach no matter what handedness or arm’s length staff members have. As the KP template program program is implemented, the DIRTT team will work with the architect to most efficiently integrate into site-specific building plans and analyze variables between template and project. Consider DIRTT’s Passive Optical Networks system for data. This “fiber all the way to the device” system can cut first-cost energy usage and floor space requirements while delivering secure, unlimited bandwidth.

READ MORE ABOUT INFECTION PREVENTION

This project narrative provides an overview of the project scope, design features and level of quality for the proposed CLIENT NAME/PROJECT NAME. The narrative with the conceptual drawings establishes the basis of design for further development in the subsequent design and construction phases of the project. This information is described under subsections, in the follow order: • • • • • • • •

Executive Summary Project Scope Architectural Design Narrative Structural Design Narrative DIRTT Design Narrative Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Narrative Project Schedule Appendices o APPENDIX A: Site Plans o APPENDIX B: Geotechnical Report o APPENDIX C: Schematic Departmental Floor Plans o APPENDIX D: Schematic Drawing Package o APPENDIX E: Ceiling Alternates Plans o APPENDIX F: Flooring Alternates Plans o APPENDIX G: Engineering Proposed Equipment

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NARRATIVE


SETTING THE STANDARDS Large national-scale projects, such as KP, consist of multiple locations and building types. Often the client will outline certain consistent criterion (baseline) for architects and designers in different locales to follow when designing each location. This will typically vary in size, layout and overall scope. Developing a baseline design and pricing model to be used as a reference for the various locations is an effective way to ensure cost control and design consistency throughout all phases. As part of the Design Assist, DIRTT and Partners work closely with Kaiser teams to develop and create those standards and typicals for design while providing cost control for all the standard design components. The architects and designers for each individual location use the preset design criterion and layout parameters to develop the program. They will produce designs based on the technical standards package, the local conditions and building code within their jurisdictions with minimal deviation. Any differences and deviations from the standards are documented and approved by Kaiser Permanente before manufacturing and construction commence.

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ICE & REVIT Process Architect & Designer Revit Files

Schematic Design Phase BIM  Kickoff  Meeting

Create base  plan w/4"  walls in Revit

Design Development Phase Generate  DWG file and  send to DIRTT

Updated DWG file  sent to DIRTT

IFC file  used for  updates Files are sent  back and forth between Architect and DIRTT as required. The same sub-process applies to other trades.

Receive DWG  file and  import into ICE

ICE file exported as IFC and sent  to A&D 

Updated DWG  file imported to ICE and ICE updated DESIGN  DEVELOPMENT

Other Trades  Revit Files 

Electrical Engineer  Revit Files

DIRTT Team  ICE Files

Design developed  in ICE

Receive Revit  file from  Architect

Receive Revit file from  Architect


Construction Documents Phase Revit file exported to DWG/PDF and sent to DIRTT

Revit file updated with casework locations

Millwork added to ICE file based on Revit locations

Millwork elevation & details

DWG received from ICE

Door schedule created (DIRTT Doors & Hardware only)

Dimensioned floor plan

Elevations & connection details

Casework indicators updated in Revit file

DIRTT Power drawings & scope of work docs

Door schedule created (NonDIRTT Doors & Hardware only)

DWG exported from ICEcad File and sent to Architect/ Designer

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS – CREATED with ICEcad

DIRTT Power added to ICE file based on EC File

ICE file updated with zone boxes and sent to EC

ICE file updated with circuiting info

PDF file generated and sent to ICE

DIRTT Power scope information added to Revit file

Circuiting information added to Revit file

(as required)

Electrical Engineers indicate wall box location on Revit file

(as required)

Review & confirm DIRTT Power docs

Develop trade model

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DESIGNING FOR WET AREAS When choosing the proper finish for tiles, it is important to take their location into consideration; there are specific requirements for tiles located in areas where they could get wet. There are three main types of wet areas that DIRTT solutions will deal with: millwork supported sinks, wall mounted sinks and fully wet areas such as showers or sinks that will become very wet during cleaning. In each of these cases, it is important to consider the amount of water your finish will experience. Solid surface tiles such as DuPont™ Corian (Krion), Willow Glass, Back Paint Glass and Thermofoil are recommended for any area that will come into regular contact with moisture.The listed materials should be used behind: sinks, paper towel holders, soap dispensers, Reverse Osmosis (RO) or water lines, vent stacks, drains and areas where CaviWipes will be used. For a list of all DIRTT tile finishes, see the finishes section on DIRTT’s website.

THERMOFOIL

DUPONT™ CORIAN (KRION)

Thermofoil is a 3D laminate surface finish created by thermoforming a plastic material to DIRTT MDF tiles. With a high-quality sheen finish, Thermofoil creates a seal over the face and edges of DIRTT tiles and makes it safe for use on tiles near wet areas. However, because the Thermofoil finish does not wrap around the back side of the tile, it is possible for water to penetrate the reveal between tiles, causing them to grow or expand.This means that clients should be aware of the risk of using Thermofoil tiles to surround wall mount sinks. If heavy moisture levels permeate the tile reveal, tiles may become damaged or grow. NOTE: Thermofoil should not be used to finish work surfaces.

Made from acrylic polymer and alumina trihydrate (ATH), DuPont™ Corian creates flowing, virtually seamless surfaces. The surface finish of Corian makes it appropriate for areas that will regularly come into contact with water and other moisture. This means that it is an ideal finish for sink surrounds and counter tops. Corian is always Customer’s Own Material (COM) and should be ordered as such. Bathroom sink with Willow Glass tile.


WILLOW® GLASS Willow Glass is exceptionally strong yet ultra-thin glass from Corning®. The rolled glass is laminated over our waterborne painted finish on MDF. We can print on the underside of the Willow Glass while retaining standard MDF tile mounting components, colors and finish options. Willow Glass has an easy to clean surface and the sealing process used to adhere the glass to the MDF provides water resistance. The Willow Glass finish over MDF is a good alternative tile finish for wet areas.

ALTRO WHITEROCK™ Altro Whiterock is a durable, hygenic wall covering designed for internal wall systems that require water tight and cleanable surfaces. Appropriate substrates should be chosen for use behind Altro Whiterock. These substrates should be intended for use in damp areas. MDF is not recommended. Both Altro Whiterock and the chosen substrate are COM and will be ordered by others. The installation process for this solution is determined by the general or sub contractor, who will use their preferred method of attachment within DIRTT’s prefabricated solutions. DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS | Kaiser Permanente | 2018

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DESIGNING FOR WET AREAS continued...

VENEER Veneer tiles use thin (approximately 1/8� or 3mm), decorative wood adhered to MDF Tiles for a beautiful natural looking finish. While stylish, this finish is NOT appropriate for wet areas because it will absorb water; this can cause the MDF and Veneer to grow or expand ruining the finish.

FABRIC Fabric tiles are a way to add textures and patterns to your space. However, fabric tiles are not appropriate for wet areas as they should not be continually exposed to water. Constant exposure to moisture and the absorption of water can cause the spread of bacteria and mold.

CHROMACOAT Chromacoat (painted) tiles are composed of 1/2� Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and finished with one coat of waterbased paint. This paint finish does not seal the MDF tile, meaning that it is still porous. Because the MDF is not sealed off, it has the potential to grow or expand when in continuous contact with moisture. Therefore, Chromacoat tiles should not be used behind sinks, hand dryers or in areas that will come into contact with CaviWipes as they should not be used on any porous surface.


EXAMPLE ARCHITECTURAL SD PLAN

CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

EXAMPLE DIRTT SCOPE

• Constant communication with project team. • Field layout in coordination with GC and trade partners. • PM onsite daily: ºº Can share 3D flythrough with other subs. • Freight scheduling. • Planning for phasing, loading-in and staging. • Installation services, multi discipline labor, and supervision. • Jobsite deficiencies (parts needed to proceed with construction on an expedited basis). • Punch-list and closeout. • As-built drawings.

EXAMPLE WALL FRAMING PLAN NON-DIRTT SCOPE

SEE MORE DRAWING SAMPLES

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DEPENDENCIES Multi-Phase Project Sample


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Bringing in DIRTT

RESPONSIBILITY Matrix Sample


SAMPLE RESPONSIBILITY MATRIX CONTINUED...

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DIRTT TIMELINE

Basic Multi-Floor Design Every project is different and the sequence and timeline depends on the overall construction schedule, size, floor configuration, among other key site conditions. The chart below shows a basic sequence, timeline and phasing for a simple multi-floor DIRTT project. DIRTT brings speed and flexibility working within the GC’s construction schedule and with other trades on the jobsite. Any one stage shown below can be adjusted to fit the needs of the jobsite. Stages can be completed in parallel to shorten the overall construction timeline. In addition, DIRTT production lead-times allow for quick responses to any changes to the construction schedule reducing risk and cost implications for its clients and GCs.


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DIRTT INSTALLATION Sequence

With a crew of six DIRTT installers, one 10,000 square foot floor of 1,000 lineal feet of DIRTT wall can be installed in 17 days.

0 Day 0: Site Preparation before DIRTT arrives. Note: All drywall sanding and painting will be completed in space prior to DIRTT installation. Plumbers complete all elbow and rough in so we can cut around their work.

0

Day 0: Site Preparation before DIRTT arrives.

Day 1: Floor layout.

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1-3

Day 1-3: DIRTT Power (in plenum).

4-5

Day 4-5: Stand frames in location.

Note: Electrical and data subcontractors can begin work inside DIRTT walls if applicable.

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Day 8-9: Plumbing rough-ins and final electrical connections.

Day 11-12: Install tiles.

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Day 8-9: Plumbing rough-ins and final electrical connections.

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Day 15-16: Install DIRTT Millwork.

8-9 Day 8-9: Plumbing rough-ins and final electrical connections. Note: Plumbers complete all elbow and rough in so we can cut around their work.

Day 11-12: Install tiles.

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17 Day 17: Button up and surface cleaning. Note: All equipment and furniture installation and deliveries to occur after DIRTT installation.

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USING DIRTT Reduces Soft Costs

The construction schedule and general conditions savings provide the greatest opportunity to reduce a project’s soft costs. While often itemized as a percentage of the full contract amount, these costs accrue daily. Depending on project size and complexity, the use of DIRTT as the basis-of-design reduces a project’s overall schedule from weeks or months. EXAMPLE: A 16-week conventional build with typical trades, logistics and schedule requires more cost for general conditions for things like temporary facilities (i.e. job trailers, utilities, dumpster rentals, etc.), project management and administrative help. These costs mean less money is spent on the physical materials used for the fit and finish. A project budgeted for $100/SF with a 16-week schedule has a completely different fit and finish than one costing $100/ SF and finished in 12 weeks. In the shortened schedule, more money per square foot can go to finishes, fixtures, technology, etc.

CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

MANUFACTURED (DIRTT’S) CONSTRUCTION PROCESS


The soft cost savings attributed to DIRTT because of schedule savings, differing based on project details and scope, can include: • Front end pre-con meetings/BIM conflict • • • • • • • • • • • •

resolution Superintendent(s) Safety Manager Project Scheduler QA/QC Manager Project Manager(s) and staff Document reproduction and postage Office equipment Phone/internet Site signage Temporary entries and truck washes Street sweeping Temporary lighting

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• Tool and equipment rentals, including fork

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lifts, other heavy equipment, fans, HVAC, Heaters, HEPA filters, lifts, etc. Temporary site modifications for access Temp office/trailer rentals/support Insurance Dumpsters and garbage removal and dumping costs Labor support, i.e. water, snacks facility, break and support areas Temp utilities Fire protection Porta-potty equipment and servicing

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PRE-ENGINEERED SOLUTION AND DESIGN TIME

PERMITS, TAXES, INSURANCE, BOND COSTS

In conventional construction, design teams spend many hours on your project working out the details and shop drawings. It is a vital part of the scope of work, but also clerical. It eats into the value-add time the team would devote to personalizing the outcome of your space. Due to the ingrained intelligence of DIRTT’s ICE® software, every wall and cabinet and electrical outlet is automatically turned into elevations, shop-drawings, pricing and even electrical circuiting.

These are typically assessed as a percentage of the total project cost. By reducing the overall construction costs with DIRTT, the costs for permitting, taxes, insurance and construction bonds will also be reduced.

This frees up your A&E team to spend more time providing you with your exact needs within your agreed upon scope of work and design fees. Same fees, better spend.

COST CERTAINTY With DIRTT, the price is precise. Construction managers don’t have to factor in escalating costs for materials and labor like they often need to for conventional construction. This is especially true for projects like hospitals with longer design and construction schedules.

FINANCING/LOAN/FEE IMPACT Using DIRTT on your construction project often accelerates the construction schedule by reducing it by 15% - 20%. By reducing the construction schedule, clients experience lower financing costs, shorter terms for construction loans and and fewer monthly rental fees for equipment, including dumpsters, cranes, construction elevator, etc. The recurring monthly costs related to cleaning and ICRA (Infection Control Risk Assessment) compliance are reduced by accelerating the construction schedule.

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HARD COSTS Per the terms of the Kaiser Permanente-DIRTT MOU, DIRTT offers “most favored nation” material pricing. This is the lowest pricing DIRTT can legally offer per the terms of DIRTT’s GSA contract with the federal government. As part of its decision to enter into an MOU with DIRTT, KP performed extensive analysis of DIRTT cost vs conventional cost and concluded that the certainty of DIRTT’s pricing and the declining availability of skilled labor justified standardizing on DIRTT’s prefab construction systems. DIRTT precision pricing is calculated automatically in ICE software as providers design and modify. The budget is continually informed as revisions are made. Further, any material or dimensional issues are revealed instantly in the interface. Decisions can be made quickly with up-to-date intelligence. DIRTT has never had a price increase and is committed to never increasing prices in the future. Continuous improvement to processes and technology provide efficiencies to offset changes in factory labor and raw materials. The “Costed Bill of Materials Report” in ICE software is set to “GSA Pricing” which is the Kaiser Permanente contract pricing. It provides a detailed cost of each part in a Kaiser Permanente project, providing consistency and certainty for all projects, regardless of location. All innovations coming from DIRTT are designed and engineered from the perspective of being non-generational. Every future component will integrate with all legacy DIRTT components.


KAISER PERMANENTE PROJECTS List of Completed and In-Progress as of January 2018

Colorado

California cont.

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Aurora CenterPoint Medical Offices Edwards Medical Offices Frisco Medical Offices Fort Collins Medical Offices Greeley Medical Offices Lone Tree Urgent Care Loveland Medical Offices Colorado Springs Parkside Medical Offices Rock Creek Pulmonology Catalyst Blink Clinic Lakewood Medical Offices Skyline Medical Offices Parker MOB Colorado Springs MOB Pueblo MOB

California • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Baldwin Hills Medical Center Chino Grand Medical Offices Irvine Medical Center Kaiser Permanente Innovation Health Hub Tustin La Habra Medical Offices Los Angeles Medical Center Market Street Medical Offices Mission Bay Medical Offices Murrieta Medical Center NCA Ontario Medical Center Redwood City Medical Office Building Santa Ana Medical Offices Santa Clarita Medical Offices Santa Rosa Medical Offices San Diego Central Hospital Scotts Valley Medical Offices Signal Hill Medical Offices Viewridge Medical Office Vista Medical Offices Watsonville Medical Offices

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Baldwin Park Medical Center Bellflower Medical Offices Downey Medical Center Garden Grove Medical Offices Huntington Beach Medical Offices Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Pasadena Kaiser Permanente San Jose MOB Kaiser Permanente Oakland CDRP Panorama City Medical Center Pasadena Medical Offices Watts Medical Center

Maryland • • • • •

North Arundel Medical Office Building Bowie MOB Woodbridge MOB Rockville MOB Columbia MOB

Virginia • • • • •

Falls Church Stafford MOB Haymarket MOB Northern Virginia Hub Alexandria Medical Building

Georgia •

Georgia Region Foundation

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MOB 3 RD FLOOR Ontario


LONE TREE URGENT CARE Colorado

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FORT COLLINS MEDICAL OFFICES Colorado


GREELEY MEDICAL OFFICES Colorado

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THE DIRTT EFFECT

On Other Trades A summary of CSI Divisions impacted by DIRTT and the efficiencies they bring to conventional construction’s scope within each division: 01 32 00 – CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION DIRTT Scope – DIRTT results in a 15-25% reduction in the construction schedule. Effect on Conventional Construction – Less time spent documenting project.

01 35 00 – SPECIAL PROJECT PROCEDURES DIRTT Scope – Cleaner, faster construction method.

01 74 00 – CLEANING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT DIRTT Scope – Clean method of construction with minimal cutting and no finishing done on-site. Effect on Conventional Construction – A significant reduction in cleanup costs including bin rental.

01 76 00 – PROTECTING INSTALLED CONSTRUCTION DIRTT Scope – Faster installation sequence occurs later in construction process. DIRTT finishes install after most trades are off the jobsite. Effect on Conventional Construction – Average savings of 80% on high density projects and 25% on low density projects in repairs due to sub-trade damage.

Effect on Conventional Construction — Clean, rapid construction means fewer on-site safety meetings, less time ensuring proper environmental procedures and indoor air quality, for example fewer filter replacements in the HVAC system.

03 30 00 - CONCRETE LEVELING

01 52 00 - CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

Effect on Conventional Construction – The leveling capabilities of DIRTT vertical solutions eliminates the cost for Ardex (or similar material) to complete leveling for areas in DIRTT’s scope.

DIRTT Scope – 15-25% reduction in construction schedule. Effect on Conventional Construction – Savings on General Conditions: project management, temporary facilities (e.g. trailer rental, dumpsters, porta johns, etc.) photo/video documentation, protection of materials.

DIRTT Scope – Wall heights are adjustable by 1-7/8”. Feathering of the slab is generally only necessary at DIRTT wall and door locations.

06 10 00 – ROUGH CARPENTRY DIRTT Scope – DIRTT wall assemblies contain internal aluminum components. They support 1400 lbs/4 ft frame. Effect on Conventional Construction – Blocking is integral to the DIRTT system.


06 41 00 – ARCHITECTURAL WOOD CASEWORK DIRTT Scope — DIRTT provides cabinetry (millwork), toe kicks, soffits and countertops. Effect on Conventional Construction – Review each project to determine how much remains in conventional budget versus what will be covered by DIRTT millwork with removal of conventional millwork and countertops.

06 42 16 – FLUSH WOOD PANELING DIRTT Scope – Wood veneer tiles fabricated by DIRTT used in lieu of millwork tiles over conventional walls. Effect on Conventional Construction – Using wood veneer tiles fabricated by DIRTT simplifies installation and greatly reduces materials and trades needed to accomplish fit and finish. DIRTT sequence matched veneer surfaces cost about 50% less than millwork veneer panels over drywall.

Effect on Conventional Construction – Metal framing, glass, doors and hardware should be eliminated from the interior glazing package scope. The sub-trade will need to break out the interior and exterior glazing packages.

08 71 00 – DOOR HARDWARE DIRTT Scope – Includes all door hardware. Effect on Conventional Construction – All conventional door hardware can be removed for areas where DIRTT doors are in scope.

08 81 26 – INTERIOR GLASS GLAZING DIRTT Scope – Includes all glazing and aluminum framing. DIRTT accommodates ¼” or 3/8” glazing from any manufacturer; and ½” glass in some cases. Effect on Conventional Construction – Conventional glass and glazing can be eliminated for areas in DIRTT’s scope. DIRTT/Regional Partner will coordinate with any custom material suppliers.

07 21 10 – FIBERGLASS, FIBERBOARD, MINERAL WOOL INSULATION

09 21 16 – GYP BOARD

DIRTT Scope — Sound attenuation batting (recycled denim) incorporated in DIRTT Wall assemblies.

DIRTT Scope – Conventional walls are not required within DIRTT’s scope. Typical non-DIRTT costs for this section include soffits, column wraps and fire-rated walls.

Effect on Conventional Construction – Reduce the amount of attenuation batting required.

Effect on Conventional Construction – Gyp walls are mostly replaced by DIRTT walls.

07 02 19 - ACOUSTICAL SEALANT

NOTE: Review line items to ensure the core & shell package and the interior TI are separate numbers. The exterior cold form metal framing and drywall need to be a separate number, not one lump sum.

DIRTT Scope — DIRTT wall assemblies come equipped with acoustical seals. Effect on Conventional Construction – Acoustical sealant is eliminated in DIRTT scope.

09 50 00 – CEILINGS

08 10 00 - DOORS AND FRAMES

DIRTT Scope – DIRTT solutions tie into a ceiling grid or sheetrock.

DIRTT Scope – All doors, frames and hardware are within DIRTT wall scope. The exception is fire-rated doors and hollow metal doors. All hardware is prepped at the factory. DIRTT coordinates with non-DIRTT door slab manufacturers. Effect on Conventional Construction – All doors, frames and door hardware (except fire-rated doors and hollow-metal doors in frames) would be eliminated from the budget for conventional construction.

08 43 13 – ALUMINUM FRAMED STOREFRONTS

Effect on Conventional Construction – DIRTT walls can attach under the ceiling or can extend a few inches above the ceiling. Ceiling-height walls enable the grid to run through.

09 60 00 – FLOORING DIRTT Scope — DIRTT solutions are installed on top of the finished floor. Effect on Conventional Construction – DIRTT allows for open field installation, eliminating the majority of cutouts for walls, which reduces cost and time, typically resulting in a 15% savings.

DIRTT Scope — Aluminum framing, glass, doors, and hardware costs are included.

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The DIRTT EFFECT 09 65 13 – RESILIENT BASE DIRTT Scope – DIRTT wall assemblies have their own base and can accommodate non-DIRTT resilient bases (provided by flooring sub-trade) and integral bases at the customer’s request. Effect on Conventional Construction – Conventional wall base can be eliminated for areas within DIRTT’s scope, typically equating 80% savings.

09 69 00 – ACCESS FLOORING DIRTT Scope – DIRTT low-profile access flooring is manufactured off-site and installed first beneath a conventional finished flooring solution. Effect on Conventional Construction – DIRTT access flooring replaces conventional access flooring when in scope.

09 90 00 – PAINT DIRTT Scope – DIRTT solutions are painted at the factory. Effect on Conventional Construction – Drywall finishing, primer, paint, protection and clean-up are eliminated within DIRTT’s scope.

09 97 00 – WALL FINISHES DIRTT Scope – Finishes are incorporated into DIRTT solutions manufactured offsite. Effect on Conventional Construction – Paint costs are eliminated within DIRTT’s scope. Note: Early estimates for paint are often a cost per square foot based on the square footage of the work space’s floor area. Discussing scope for DIRTT finishes versus painting is critical to correct budget allocation.

10 11 00 – VISUAL DISPLAY SURFACES DIRTT Scope – DIRTT offers several surface options for marker surfaces (Porcelain Steel, WriteAway™, Corning® Willow Glass, and Back Painted Glass). Effect on Conventional Construction – DIRTT marker surface options integrate into the wall surfaces in lieu of an additional layer usually purchased as FF&E. Transfer cost from FF&E budget.

10 51 00 – WOOD, PLASTIC AND LAMINATE LOCKERS DIRTT Scope – Millwork is fabricated by DIRTT and can be used for lockers in place of conventional options. Effect on Conventional Construction – Using millwork provided by DIRTT for lockers eliminates the full amount from the conventional budget.

10 26 00 – WALL AND CORNER PROTECTION DIRTT Scope – Wall assemblies and corners fabricated by DIRTT are aluminum, MDF or steel and are installed toward the end of the construction process. They are unlikely to require additional protection. Effect on Conventional Construction – Eliminate corner guards and wall protection.

11 52 00 – AUDIO VISUAL DISPLAY DIRTT Scope – TVs and other types of display technology can be seamlessly mounted inside DIRTT wall assemblies. Effect on Conventional Construction – Eliminate mounted technology from the AV budget.

11 52 70 – TV MOUNTS AND LIFT SYSTEMS DIRTT Scope – DIRTT walls systems include necessary brackets, cooling fans and electrical connections for TVs. There are two types of brackets. One can be provided and installed by DIRTT, the other is provided and installed by AV. Effect on Conventional Construction – Embedded technology in DIRTT assemblies eliminates all mounts, lift systems and associated labor from the conventional scope.

12 05 10 – INTERIOR FABRICS DIRTT Scope – DIRTT offers fabric-covered tiles. Choices include bleach-cleanable and antibacterial low VOC fabrics. Effect on Conventional Construction – Eliminates conventional fabric-covered tiles within DIRTT scope.

12 10 00 – ART DIRTT Scope – Painted graphic options on DIRTT tiles (WriteAway™ film, Corning® Willow Glass®, etc.) can be used for branding, signage, art work, etc. These are typically included in a separate art packaged not covered in conventional construction. Effect on Conventional Construction – When DIRTT materials are used for branding, signage, art work, etc., they should be incorporated into the art budget and removed from the construction budget.


12 35 00 – SPECIALTY CASEWORK

26 27 33 – POWER DISTRIBUTIONS

DIRTT Scope – Millwork fabricated by DIRTT can be used in place of specialty casework.

DIRTT Scope – DIRTT’s electrical and data components are pre-wired and pretested. They arrive pre-installed in the precise location within DIRTT wall assemblies. Modular electrical plug-and-play increases trade productivity, as electricians need only connect zone distribution hubs (either in ceiling or floor) back to electrical closet. The rest is a quick-connect activity that does not require any wiring work.

Effect on Conventional Construction – Eliminates specialty casework wherever specified.

12 51 00 – OFFICE FURNITURE DIRTT Scope – DIRTT offers work-surface brackets and overhead support brackets, which are often supplied by the furniture package. Effect on Conventional Construction – Eliminate costs from the furniture package. Neutral bracketing allows for legacy furniture to be repurposed in new space.

12 92 00 – INTERIOR PLANTINGS DIRTT Scope – DIRTT’s Breathe Wall (living wall) system provides vessels and trough system for live plants situated vertically on DIRTT Wall or conventional materials wall. Effect on Conventional Construction – Reduce interior planting scope.

23 00 00 – HVAC DIRTT Scope – DIRTT wall assemblies are installed after completion of HVAC work. This allows for unobstructed mechanical work, reducing labor and material waste costs. Effect on Conventional Construction – You should see an average savings of 10% for low construction density projects and 20% for high construction density projects. Note: Percentages depend on system used. Averages calculated assuming roof top unit with VAV boxes, supply ductwork only, plenum return (no return air ductwork).

23 40 00 – HVAC AIR CLEANING DEVICES DIRTT Scope – Manufacturing DIRTT solutions off-site reduces dust and air pollution during construction. Effect on Conventional Construction – Reduces number of filters required for devices and labor and materials needed for maintenance of devices.

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Distribution (branch circuiting): solution dependent Zone box: 75-80% savings Junction: 40-50% savings Whips: 10-20% savings Lighting: 0% savings (DIRTT does not provide lighting equipment, but Wall tiles arrive with rough-in for switches for switches). Rough in (data/low voltage): Average 80% savings due to change in specification to DIRTT. DIRTT’s modular plug and play data increases trade productivity, as network installers need only connect zone distribution hubs (either in ceiling or floor) back to data closet.

27 05 33 – CONDUITS AND BACKBONES FOR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS DIRTT Scope – TVs embedded in DIRTT wall assemblies are used in place of those traditionally hung on walls. Effect on Conventional Construction – Remove costs associated with wall-hung TVs anywhere embedded TVs are in DIRTT wall assembly scope (this is traditionally outside of the GC’s contract).

27 10 00 – AUDIO-VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS DIRTT Scope – DIRTT can provide junction boxes and conduits as well as AV connections for AV components. Effect on Conventional Construction – If DIRTT provides junction boxes, conduits, and AV connections in scope, they can be eliminated from conventional budget.

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The DIRTT EFFECT 27 15 13 – COMMUNICATION COPPER CABLING DIRTT Scope – DIRTT copper networks in place of conventional solutions for copper and fiber options. Effect on Conventional Construction – If DIRTT copper networks or fiber optic cables are in scope, they can be eliminated from conventional budget.

27 15 23 – COMMUNICATION OPTICAL FIBER CABLING DIRTT Scope – DIRTT passive optical networks in place of conventional solution for copper and fiber options. Effect on Conventional Construction – DIRTT’s Passive Optical Network system can bring fiber from the street all the way to the device. This is about a 50% savings in first-cost and in energy costs (cooling and electrical). PON solutions also offer real estate savings from requiring one small telecom switch room.

27 52 00 – HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATIONS AND MONITORING DIRTT Scope – DIRTT provides rough in work necessary to complete the installation of the communication and monitoring equipment. Effect on Conventional Construction – This cost can be eliminated from conventional budget.


Appendix: DETAILS & DRAWINGS ABOUT DETAILS & DRAWINGS The Details & Drawings Appendix is an index for DIRTT solutions. It provides a list of solutions by type, showing you what is possible with DIRTT. Details & Drawings also describes each DIRTT solution, giving you the knowledge and vocabulary to design with DIRTT. For each solution, Details & Drawings provides an overview as well as technical information. There are labelled details and technical drawings that appear alongside these descriptions, giving you a visual reference. Details provide cross sections and back views; showing a solution from the inside out. Finished solutions are pictured alongside their corresponding drawings to show you finished DIRTT examples.

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APPENDIX TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Walls

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SOLID WALLS

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EXPANDED WALLS

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TAOS

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Flex Gas Leaf Media Wall Doors 76

BUTT HINGE

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BUTT HINGE WITH WRAP AROUND

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POCKET DOORS

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PIVOT

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SLIDING

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HARDWARE

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Millwork Connections 82

FRENCH CLEATS


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Connections & Posts 84

WALLFLOWER

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2-TIMER

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MONOGAMY POST

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STEEL TUBE POST

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STRUCTURAL POST DETAIL

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CONCRETE DECK CONNECTION

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Power 89

WHAT IS DIRTT POWER?

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PANEL MANAGER

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EXPRESS LINE

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ZONE DISTRIBUTION BOX

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EXTENDER CABLES

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JUNCTION BOX

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SPLITTERS

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WALL BOXES

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FLOOR BOXES

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DIRTT WALL SOLUTION

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Attachment Details 93

Y BRACKET

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CONNECTION TO BASE BUILDING AND LEVELERS

Drop Ceiling Plumbing Chase PON

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WALLS

The DIRTT Face Mount tile or solid walls are parametric in size and universally and horizontally support all new and legacy furniture, fixtures and equipment. Each wall side performs and is aesthetically independent of the other. Tiles can be on or off-module. A/V can be elegantly integrated inside or seamlessly mounted on the face of the walls. Post-move-in, the wall cavities are accessible for maintaining, replacing or adding technology, plumbing or electrical outlets.

SOLID WALLS DIRTT Solid Walls allow for flexibility and customizability; throughout the design process, changes can be made to things like reveal locations, finishes and wall heights to adapt to the requirements for the space. There are a large variety of finishes available. With the potential for outside custom finishes the possibilities are endless!

SOLID WALL


EXPANDED WALL The need for adaptable building solutions drives DIRTT’s design initiatives. Expanded Walls exemplify this by providing a full solution to

fit the needs of a variety of building environments. The wall thickness is expanded to accommodate site conditions and is fully customizable.

EXPANDED WALL - NO TILES

EXPANDED WALL - WITH TILES

TOP VIEW - FRAMES FIT AROUND PIPES AND BASE BUILDING POST

PIPES FIT BETWEEN FRAME

BUILT AROUND PIPES AND POST

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Details and Drawings

TAOS The Face Tiled Wall - 2�, nicknamed TAOS, is an elegant solution to cover base building walls while enhancing aesthetics and functionality. Tiles are only required on one side. TAOS


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FLEX GAS The flexible hose system provides healthcare facilities with an accessible system for medical gases. The system is comprised of manifolds (consolidation points that connect into building systems), industry standard Diameter Index Safety System (DISS)

flexible hoses, and DISS fed outlets; this system is fully compatible with current equipment already in place in facilities. Flex Gas, in conjunction with DIRTT walls, provides a fully code compliant solution to fit with medical gas distribution needs.

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LEAF FOLDING WALL ™

The Leaf Folding Wall effortlessly adapts space by either dividing it or opening it up. Hanging from a ceiling track, this wall system is designed to be durable and easy

to implement. Bearings centered at the top of each wall module allow the wall to unfold and move along the track independent of anchor points.

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MEDIA WALL MEDIA WALL Tested and certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the media wall consists of DIRTT wall frames, media wall power chassis, heat sensor thermal switch assembly, TV mounting brackets, media wall fan kit, IR repeater, and DIRTT

wall tiles. The looped system consisting of the heat sensors and thermal switch regulates the temperature of the media wall by breaking the connection to shut down the power if the internal temperature is greater than 35° C or 95° F. FRONT VIEW NO TILES


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DOORS BUTT HINGE DOORS DIRTT has developed a series of Butt Hinge Doors that work seamlessly with DIRTT Walls. The doors come in Framed 4 in. Stile, Framed 6 in. Stile and Solid Core Wood. Use these doors for a partition between rooms, with optional hardware for pulls. The frame is independently adjustable after wall installation and third party construction, such as flooring, is complete.

BUTT HINGE DOORS


BUTT HINGE DOOR WITH WRAP AROUND DOOR FRAME The Wrap Around Door Frame has been created for DIRTT Enzo walls to provide an infection control for healthcare spaces. The frame is independently adjustable after wall installation and third party construction, such as flooring, is complete. This allows for precise plumb and level adjustments. The wrap around portion reduces the gap between the frame and the wall, and incorporates a Flex Wedge Seal between the door and frame. The design conceals door closures for clean linear applications and maintains the aesthetics of solid stories and clerestories. It is compatible with Enzo Coplanar and non-coplanar solutions as well as center mounted tiles. This solution is applicable to Butt Hinge Doors with a Rectilinear frame and Curvilinear, Rectilinear and Blade top stacks.

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POCKET DOORS The Single Pocket Door provides a space saving solution. The Pocket Door slides along a hidden track and docks into the adjacent wall frame’s cavity. This alternative to a swing hinged door allows for increased usable space. This solution is ideal for use in conditions where it is important to maximize the square footage.


SLIDING DOORS Sliding Doors are quiet, quick to install, smooth and easy to operate and don’t require a floor track. They also offer amazing acoustics, are non-handed and save square feet like you wouldn’t believe. These Sliding Doors can be solid, framed glass, frameless glass and double.

Other things that make DIRTT’s Sliding Doors a good choice: acoustic seals, ADA-compliant pulls, discreet feet to hold the door firm to the wall, the ability to put the door inside or outside the room and flip it around if the room gets reconfigured.

SLIDING DOORS

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Details and Drawings HARDWARE All door hardware options including pull sets, passage sets, lock sets, bolts and catches, stops and deadbolts. The hardware can be used on specific door types while still providing optional designs.


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MILLWORK CONNECTIONS FRENCH CLEAT The French Cleat allows the client to hang their Millwork off larger wall spaces without interrupting the flow of surfaces with breaks in the tile. This application

is popular in residential applications and strengthens infection control in healthcare environments by elimnating gaps in the tiles where bacteria can accumulate.


NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AN EXAMPLE OF A TYPICAL BASE MILLWORK UNIT. EACH MILLWORK UNIT IS CUSTOMIZED TO THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CLIENT

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CONNECTIONS & POSTS

WALLFLOWER The Wallflower is fastened to the base building. Using Ziggy Links, the Wallflower is then fastened to the vertical frame. This connection creates a solid bond between the base building and vertical frames. The Wallflower is the same height as the vertical frame and spans down the length. Anchors will be supplied to suit specific base building wall conditions.

WALLFLOWER


2-TIMER

2-TIMER

The 2-Timers are fastened to the base building; using Ziggy Links, the 2 Timers are individually fastened to the vertical frame. 2-Timers creates a connection that is flexible with the base building conditions to ensure the frame is vertically aligned. 2-Timer anchors will be supplied to suit specific base building wall conditions.

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Details and Drawings MONOGAMY POST

MONOGAMY POST

DIRTT Monogamy Posts can be fastened to the floor and the deck above to create a structural post that fits within DIRTT wall configurations.

STEEL TUBE POST Steel Tubes and standard base building connections can be used in conjunction with DIRTT wall components to create a structural post as part of DIRTT wall configurations.

STEEL TUBE POST


STRUCTURAL POST DETAIL

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CONCRETE DECK CONNECTION


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POWER

WHAT IS DIRTT POWER? DIRTT Power is a quick-connect, pre-tested and flexible solution. With DIRTT Power, electrical components arrive on-site in the correct lengths with factory-built components. All installations must adhere to the requirements of the National Electrical Code or the Canadian Electrical Code as well as any electrical codes based on local jurisdictions.

certifications, the components are still required to be installed in accordance with the NEC (National Electrical Code) Article 604, CEC (Canadian Electrical Code) section 12 2500, and any local electrical codes specific to the installation location. DIRTT Power components can be installed in “environmental air handling” spaces including return air plenums. DIRTT Power components are NOT to be installed in supply air plenums.

DIRTT Power is a pre-manufactured modular wiring system that is pre-engineered to minimize installation time. It is intended to deliver 120/208V power to electrical outlets in either a ceiling plenum or underneath a raised floor. This solution provides the opportunity to save time and money at every junction by not having to “hardwire” at these locations. DIRTT Power components are Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Listed. Even with these

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PANEL MANAGER

PANEL MANAGER DIRTT has two options for panel manager, a 24 circuit, or a 48 circuit, with the option of 4-2-2 shared neutrals or a 3-3-2 independent neutral configuration. Refer to your provided installation drawings to confirm which one is being used for your project.

EXPRESS LINE

EXPRESS LINE The express line is used with the panel manager as it has a ten gauge wire used for longer runs usually associated with the panel manager design.

ZONE DISTRIBUTION BOX DIRTT will provide zone distribution boxes in the [floor/ceiling] to provide a solution of service for outlets, based upon the electrical outlet design on drawings provided. The zone box wiring configuration is a [independent/shared] neutral system. All DIRTT power zone boxes are pre-wired and shipped with all cross connections and terminal links installed. To add more circuits these links must be removed.

ZONE DISTRIBUTION BOX


EXTENDER CABLE

EXTENDER CABLES Extender cables can connect to a panel manager, zone box, power whip, and splitters through the plug-and-play systems to deliver power to various locations.

JUNCTION BOX

JUNCTION BOX A junction box with a cable whip is used when furniture, powered by the DIRTT Power system, is hard wired into the modular junction box.

SPLITTERS

SPLITTERS Splitters are used to distribute power to multiple locations without running cables all the way back to the electrical panel. This allows power to be delivered from a single feed to more than one outlet box or furniture feed.

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Details and Drawings

WALL BOXES

FLOOR BOXES

Modular wall boxes and the power cable whips attached to them are fixed electrical and shipped pre-installed in the DIRTT frames. For conventional wall boxes DIRTT will provide a back-box for the electrical contractor to wire into, or a back-box with EMT to the plenum.

Power is delivered to the floor box with extender cables and splitters. The floor box allows access to power in the floor that contains network and power outlets.

DIRTT WALL SOLUTION DIRTT will provide DIRTT Wall Panels/ Frames with pre-mounted Wall Boxes for each location as designated on the drawings provided. The Electrical Contractor, unless otherwise agreed upon, is responsible for connecting these Wall Boxes to the base building power supply via the Splitters and Extender Cables.


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ATTACHMENT DETAILS Y BRACKET

Y BRACKET

The Y Bracket assembly is fastened to the top of walls and can be connected to the deck above using either tie offs or steel struts or kickers; this connection creates a solid tie between DIRTT walls and the base building. All requirements should be determined by a structural engineer.

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Details and Drawings CONNECTION TO BASE BUILDING AND LEVELERS The base track for the wall is fastened through the base building floor using anchors specified by a structural engineer. Seismic specific levelers are included in this assembly to ensure that the levelers withstand the code compliance for vibrations experienced during a seismic event.


Solutions: Details and Drawings

DROP CEILING The drop ceiling system is designed to provide perimeter trims for ceilings suspended inside of rooms. Options are available for infection control and commercial environments. A stacking extrusion provides double reveals and a variety of perimeter trim options. The healthcare trim is installed after wall tiles are in place, creating a seal between the perimeter ceiling hanger and the tile.

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PLUMBING CHASE PLUMBING CHASE The Plumbing Chase post is a pre-engineered sheet metal solution designed as a stable connection between Solid Wall frames with a rigid plumbing chase for a 2� O.D. (51mm) vent stack. The internal post provides an internal full height element that helps control normal wall deflection. Solution design, width and chase constraints must be approved on a byproject basis for each install location and sink specification. The post also allows an optional Duper extrusion to

PLUMBING CHASE

pass outside the plumbing chase, ensuring a continuous reveal detail. The Duper onsite install will be progressive, requiring sequential steps, and must be planned prior to order. Parametric plumbing chase post drawings are custom sized per order. Sink choice and location may affect chase width and Duper location. The solution does not include sink mounting brackets which must be custom designed per order.


Solutions: Details and Drawings

PON

Passive optical networks (PON) leverage single mode fiber for a superior network solution beyond any copper cabling. Aside from experiencing better performance, you’ll save energy, real estate and money. The key for comparison is examining the total installed cost. Immediately, PON’s

LEARN MORE ABOUT PON

compact size and ease of delivery to the desktop reduces space requirements, network equipment, installation and construction costs. A PON deployment can be half the cost of copper. And once you’re moved in, you’ll see even more savings.

PON VS. CAT6 COMPARISON

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REFERENCE Material

100

Care and Cleaning

109

Example SOW Documents

116

Design Approach

122

Product Guide

145

Limited Warranty

148

OPM


166

What If You Could See Sound?

173

Partner Team

178

Design Assist Scope

183

Interior Design Narrative

187

Schematic Design Narrative

193

Infection Prevention Guidelines

201

Drawing Samples

208

PON

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CARE AND CLEANING

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GUIDE

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1. CARE AND CLEANING OF EXTRUSIONS Introduction DIRTT’s high quality powder coated, veneer wrapped and anodized finishes are extremely durable. However, even the best finish needs a little TLC during installation and daily use and occasional damage may occur. This general guide is intended to assist architects, contractors, owners, building managers, and others concerned with care and maintenance of powder coated, anodized or veneer finishes on architectural metal. The following are suggested methods for establishing safe cleaning processes and recommended maintenance procedures for DIRTT solutions. All questions should be directed to your DIRTT Rep or a DIRTT PM, and they will guide you through this process. Contact information is on your ‘DIRTT CARES’ card). Send email inquiries to info@dirtt.net.

Care and Cleaning Anodized Extrusions Anodized material has an extremely hard surface that is very colorfast and mar resistant. DIRTT’s anodized finish is applied by a computer automated, high quality commercial anodizer specializing in architectural finishing. It provides consistent color and long solution life in a variety of applications. Much like painted surfaces, an anodized finish should be cleaned using mild soap solutions to retain its original beauty. Solutions that are safe for use with bare hands, including most commercial cleaning agents, can be used. The cleaning solution should be applied with a soft cloth, sponge or brush. Avoid the use of strong acidic or alkaline cleaners. Severely soiled anodized surfaces can be cleaned a little more aggressively than painted surfaces. For example, slight scuff marks and rub marks on an anodized surface can be removed with a mild abrasive pad such as a Scotch-Brite™ scouring pad or Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®. Use the pad to remove the mark, and then clean the surface using the mild soap solution. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth. As with painted surfaces, in coastal areas where the finish is exposed to salt spray or in areas containing heavy industrial pollutants, the cleaning should take place on a regular maintenance program. Powder Coated Extrusions DIRTT’s factory applied, heat-cured powder coat finishes are durable and very colorfast. To assure that they retain their original beauty, these highly durable finishes should be cleaned occasionally. When selecting a cleaning solution, use mild soap solutions that are safe for use with your bare hands such as those cleaning agents that one would use to wash a car. Avoid the use of strong acidic or alkaline cleaners as they may damage the finish. Solvents no stronger than mineral spirits or denatured alcohol may be used to remove grease, sealants or other materials. Never mix cleaners or cleaners and solvents as the resultant mixture can cause harmful or even dangerous results. Do not use abrasive cleaners or materials such as steel wool or abrasive brushes, which can also harm the surface. Once heavy soil, grease or sealant is removed the mild soap solution should be applied with a soft cloth, sponge or soft brush. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth. In coastal areas where the finish is exposed to salt spray or in areas containing heavy industrial pollutants the cleaning should take place on a regular basis. For example, cleaning the painted finish can be scheduled as a part of the regular maintenance program for glass cleaning.

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...Care and Cleaning Veneer Wrapped Extrusions Much like painted surfaces, your veneer wrapped finish should be cleaned using mild soap solutions to retain its original beauty. Furniture polish is NOT RECOMMENDED for veneer wrapped surfaces. Cleaning agents that are safe for use with bare hands including most commercial cleaning agents can be safely used. The cleaning solution should be applied with a soft cloth, sponge or brush. Avoid the use of strong acidic or alkaline cleaners. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.

Field Repairs of Minor Damage It is almost a given that some damage will occur and touch up work will be required during or after installation. But the good news is that most surface damage can be easily repaired if the damage is slight, such as a scratch or rub mark. Anodized Sanding of anodized material that is going to be touched up is NOT RECOMMENDED. The anodized surface is aluminum oxide, which is generally harder than the sandpaper. Some rub marks on an anodized surface can be removed with a mild abrasive pad such as a Scotch-Brite™ scouring pad prior to touch up painting. Powder Coated Minor powder coated surface damage can be sanded prior to touch up painting with excellent results. For scratches or gouges use a relatively course grit paper to remove the damage, then use progressively finer paper to remove the sanding marks, finishing with a 180 to 220 grit sandpaper. Veneer Veneer wrapped extrusions that receive minor scratches can be repaired with the supplied stain kit. For best results a trained professional should do this work. Touch Up Painting Touch up paint is supplied in small aerosols or bottles with a built in brush for easy application and is to be applied very sparingly. It is intended to cover small blemishes or to touch up exposed cut ends on fabricated parts. It is not intended for use on large areas of more than a few square inches. The touch up color will closely match the factory applied painted or anodized finish, however the finish is not as hard, nor performance the same, as baked-on finishes. After cleaning the area to be touched up, wipe the area with denatured alcohol to remove any moisture or cleaning residue and apply the touch up per the instructions provided with the touch up kit. Large dents or large scratches will likely require replacement. A sample of the piece should be sent back to DIRTT to achieve the best match.

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2. CARE AND CLEANING OF GLASS Introduction This section is intended to assist architects, contractors, owners, building managers, and others concerned with care and maintenance of glass. The following are suggested methods for establishing safe cleaning processes and recommended maintenance procedures for DIRTT solutions. All questions should be directed to your DIRTT Rep or a DIRTT PM, and they will guide you through this process. Contact information is on your ‘DIRTT CARES’ card). Send email inquiries to info@dirtt.net.

Care and Cleaning Interior Glass (including Willow Glass) Cleaning glass in an interior application requires some delicacy, especially if the surface is etched. Interior glass should be cleaned with a mild, non-alkaline detergent that contains no abrasives or polishing agents to prevent scratches or residue left on the glass. Abrasive or caustic cleaners are not to be used in any application. If the glass surface is etched, the cleaning process should be done delicately to prevent patchiness on the etched surface. Wipe the glass until dry using a soft cloth or paper towel removing any streaks that may have formed; liquids left on the glass may cause staining. If any contaminants remain on the glass, a solution of 50/50 water and isopropyl alcohol can be used to remove it. This works well with sticky or gluey materials. Use light to moderate pressure as excessive pressure or hard scrubbing motions may damage the glass surface. Exterior Glass Regular cleaning is an important part of building maintenance when glass is used on the exterior of a building. Pollutants in the air and water and run off from concrete or mortar during construction can leave deposits on the glass. These deposits, if left to sit and not cleaned off during routine maintenance, will corrode the glass and permanently etch the surface. To wash glass on the exterior of a building, first rinse it off with fresh clean water to remove any loose dirt or other particles that may scratch the glass. After the glass is thoroughly soaked, use a mild, abrasive free detergent and a soft brush or other non-abrasive applicator to wipe down the glass. Dry the glass with a squeegee; any residue on the glass or surrounding gaskets, frame or sealants must be wiped dry with a cloth.

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3. CARE AND CLEANING OF TILES Introduction This guide is intended to assist architects, contractors, owners, building managers, and others concerned with care and maintenance of various Tile Finishes. The following are suggested methods for establishing safe cleaning processes and recommended maintenance procedures for DIRTT solutions. All questions should be directed to your DIRTT Rep or a DIRTT PM, and they will guide you through this process. Contact information is on your ‘DIRTT CARES’ card). Send email inquiries to info@dirtt.net.

Film Writeaway Film Mild detergent and water can be used for general cleaning purposes applied with a clean, lint free cloth. For more aggressive cleaning, a de-greasing agent may be used to remove permanent markers, etc. Moderate scrubbing can be applied without affecting the surface finish. Do not use ammonia based cleaners as they leave a film behind that will affect the write-ability of the surface. Do not use applicators with a rough texture, such as scouring pads or sandpaper. DIRTT currently recommends using the Quartet® “GhostDuster” Eraser for removing remnants of dry markers. This can be purchased at Staples, Office Depot or any office supply store. Wrapture Film - 3M Use a clean, soft cloth with commercially available synthetic detergent and water. Use a soft cloth or sponge without abrasives. Do not use organic solvents or strong detergents that are either highly alkaline (pH>11) or acidic (pH<3). Hot water may be required for heavier soil. Although DI-NOC architectural finishes may be removable, the application techniques and the recommended substrate primers increase adhesion so that clean removal without substantial substrate damage is unlikely. The better alternative is to apply new film or surface covering over the DI-NOC film. 3M does offer some basic guidelines if you wish to attempt removal. To repair substrate damage such as holes and chipped or peeling paint; smooth the surface by using an appropriate filler and/or sanding. If using a filler, be sure it is fully cured before proceeding. Seal the surface with primer and a finish such as paint or other sealant. Two coats may be needed. Follow the chemical manufacturer’s recommendations for surface preparation and chemical application. If you are painting a surface, use a high quality, semi-gloss paint. Do not use matte paint or paint with silicone, graffiti-resistant or texturizing additives. Allow the paint or surface finish to cure thoroughly before applying the film. This solution is covered by the 3M Basic Warranty‚ which warrants that if this solution has any physical or manufacturing defects that 3M’s sole liability under the terms of the Warranty is replacement or credit for the returned‚ unused material. There is no finished or applied graphic warranty nor warranted durability. However‚ thorough testing and use of this solution throughout the world for many years indicates that it is highly durable when used in vertical installations as described in the applicable 3M Instruction Bulletins.

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Fabrics Standard Fabric DIRTT Standard Fabric tiles contain 100% Eco Intelligent® Polyester fabric. Depending on the specific style, the fabric can be cleaned following either the “WS” or “SW” Cleaning Codes listed below, check the DIRTT website for Fabric Specifications. Note that Customer’s Own Material (COM) Fabrics may require alternate Care Methods. Code “WS” Care Method •

To prevent overall soil, frequent vacuuming or light brushing to remove dust and grime is recommended. Spot clean, with a mild solvent, an upholstery shampoo, or the foam from a mild detergent. When using a solvent or dry cleaning product, follow instructions carefully and clean only in a well ventilated room. Avoid any product which is highly toxic. With either method, pretest a small area before proceeding. Use a professional furniture cleaning service when an overall soiled condition has been reached.

Code “SW” Care Method •

Spot clean with upholstery shampoo, foam from a mild detergent, or mild dry cleaning solvent. Pretest a small, inconspicuous area before proceeding. Do not saturate. Pile fabrics may require brushing with a non-metallic, stiff bristle brush to restore appearance. Hot water extraction or steam cleaning is not a recommended cleaning method. Cushion casings should not be removed and laundered or dry cleaned. To prevent overall soiling, frequent vacuuming or light brushing with a non-metallic, stiff bristle brush to remove dust and grime is recommended. When cleaning a spill, blot immediately to remove spilled material. Clean spots or stains from the outside to the middle of affected area to prevent circling. Use a professional overall soiled condition has been reached.

Code “S” Care Method •

To prevent overall soil, frequent vacuuming or light brushing to remove dust and grime is recommended. Spot clean using a mild water-free solvent or dry cleaning product. Clean only in a well ventilated room and avoid any product containing carbon tetrachloride which is highly toxic. Pretest small area before proceeding. Cleaning by a professional furniture cleaning service only is recommended.

Code “W” Care Method •

Use water base upholstery cleaner only.

Code “XS” Care Method •

Clean this fabric only by vacuuming or light brushing to prevent accumulation of dust or grime. Water-based foam cleaners or solvent-based cleaning agents of any kind may cause excessive shrinking, staining or distortion of the surface pile and, therefore; should not be used. A word of caution on cleaning: never remove cushion covers or arm caps for separate cleaning. It may destroy the backing, cause shrinking and color changes.

Tackable Fabric Clean Tackable Tile Fabrics as specified above but ensure the Tackable Tile is not saturated, which can seriously damage the tackable substrate.

Painted Tiles Chromacoat Chromacoat is DIRTT’s water-based paint. It is applied in the factory and produces fewer VOCs than low VOC latex. Unlike buckets of on-site applied paint, Chromacoat requires only one coat. Painted surfaces should be cleaned using mild soap solutions. Products that are safe for use with bare hands including most commercial cleaning products can be safely used.

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The cleaning solution should be applied with a soft cloth, sponge or brush. Avoid the use of strong acidic or alkaline cleaners. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.

Other Surfaces Willow Glass Willow Glass should be cleaned with a mild, non-alkaline detergent that contains no abrasives or polishing agents to prevent scratches or residue left on the glass. Abrasive or caustic cleaners are not to be used in any application. Wipe the glass until dry using a soft cloth or paper towel removing any streaks that may have formed; liquids left on the glass may cause staining. If any contaminants remain on the glass, a solution of 50/50 water and ispropyl alcohol can be used to remove it. This works well with sticky or gluey materials. Use light to moderate pressure as excessive pressure or hard scrubbing motions may damage the Willow Glass surface. Thermofoil Thermofoil is a good choice for healthcare and Java Center applications because it is seamless, easy to clean and impervious to staining. To clean Thermofoil use a mild detergent or soap (sparingly) and water. Never use anything abrasive or powered agents to clean a Thermofoil finish as this can cause scratching. Always use a cotton cloth or non-abrasive sponge. To remove stubborn stains such as makeup or ball-point ink; place a cloth or sponge damp with 70% Isopropyl Alcohol on top of the stain for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, remove the cloth or sponge and wipe. Use a bag of ice on top of chewing gum or wax spills until you can crumble it off. To disinfect Thermofoil surfaces, a mixture of 10% bleach and 90% water can be used on most thermofoil surfaces. Before using the mixture on an entire surface, be sure to test it on a non-visual spot. Cleaners to avoid include: any abrasive cleaner; most solvent based cleaners and harsh chemicals; any cleaner in combination with a brush; cleaners containing ammonia; baking soda. If a harsh chemical is spilled on a thermofoil surface, wipe it up immediately. Wash the surface with soapy water and rinse several times. Thermofoil products are not intended for use as cutting surfaces; always use a cutting board. Do not place hot items from a stove directly onto surface. Magnetic Markerboards Magnetic Markerboards should be cleaned with a soft cloth or sponge using soap and water. Do not use strong acidic or alkaline cleaners. Do not use abrasive cleaners or materials such as steel wool or abrasive brushes, which can harm the surface. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth. DIRTT currently recommends using the Quartet® “GhostDuster” Eraser for removing remnants of dry markers. This can be purchased at Staples, Office Depot or any office supply store. PVC Zippers and Wall Trims PVC should be cleaned using mild soap solutions. Products that are safe for use with bare hands including most commercial cleaning products can be safely used. Solvents no stronger than mineral spirits or denatured alcohol may be used to remove grease or marker residue. Never mix cleaners and solvents as the resultant mixture can cause harmful or even dangerous results. Do not use abrasive cleaners or materials such as steel wool or abrasive brushes, which can harm the surface. The cleaning solution should be applied with a soft cloth, sponge or brush. Avoid the use of strong acidic or alkaline cleaners. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.

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4. CARE AND CLEANING OF MOVING PARTS Introduction This guide is intended to assist architects, contractors, owners, building managers, and others concerned with care and maintenance of moving parts such as Door Hardware. The following are suggested methods for establishing safe cleaning processes and recommended maintenance procedures for DIRTT products. All questions should be directed to your DIRTT Rep or a DIRTT PM, and they will guide you through this process. Contact information is on your â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;DIRTT CARESâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; card). Send email inquiries to info@dirtt.net.

Care and Cleaning of Door Hardware Lacquered or Clear-Coated Finishes Door Hardware with Lacquered or Clear-Coated finishes should be wiped with a soft, damp cloth. A mild soap may be lightly used if very dirty. Particular care should be taken to avoid paint smears, thinners and strong cleaning agents as they will quickly destroy the protective coatings and subject the finish to rapid oxidation and discoloration. Initial care for finishes requires only periodic cleaning with mild non-abrasive soap and light buffing with a soft cloth. Bright Chrome or Satin Chrome Finish Door Hardware with Bright Chrome or Satin Chrome finishes should be wiped with a soft damp cloth. A high grade chrome polish may be used according to directions to clean and restore the original shine and satin finish. Sliding Doors Annual inspections of sliding doors including track and base roller guides is recommended to identify any premature wear problems.

DIRTT Limited Warranty DIRTT Environmental Solutions, warrants the products sold to be free from defects in material and workmanship in normal use and service. Warranty Details and Standard Terms and Conditions are available on the myDIRTT intranet website.

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PRELIMINARY ONLY - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS WITH THIS PROJECT PLEASE CALL ... Dirtt PM / Rep's : Project Manager :

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 2821 Fenwick Road, Kelowna, BC Canada V1X 5E4 P 250.765.2616 Fax 250.765.2614 www.spideragiletechnology.com

SHOP DRAWING GENERAL NOTES.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall be notified immediately of any field changes to the verified dimensions and ceiling heights that may occur subsequent to approval of these shop drawings. DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall make every attempt to accommodate these field changes, but shall not be responsible for any additional costs or schedule delays related to modifications due to changes after drawings have been signed and approved.

CONFIDENTIAL

REVISION

DATE

THIS DRAWING CONTAINS INFORMATION PROPRIETARY TO DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. ANY REPRODUCTION, DISCLOSURE OR USE OF THIS DRAWING IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED EXCEPT AS DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. MAY OTHERWISE AGREE IN WRITING.

DRAWN

BY

Sample of all contractor supplied hardware to be provided to DIRTT Environmental Solutions within one week of approval of shop drawings. Wherever possible, actual samples of hardware shall be provided. DIRTT Environmental Solutions cannot be responsible for any schedule delays or associated costs due to delays or changes in hardware specifications.

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WTAGN WAITING, GENERAL 31L30

EXROM EXAM ROOM 2 31R33

L2C G1

BD4 BDT1 BD4 BDT1

CR L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1

CR

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

BD1 BDT1 UP

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T62

(E) STAIR 31S10

(E) FIRE RISER 31U15

CORRIDOR 31C37

L2C G1

L2C G1

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R98

BD3 BDT2

LKRST LOCKERS, STAFF 31C94A

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T64

L2C G1

BD4 BDT1

L2C G1

CR

CORRIDOR 31C20

CORRIDOR 31C01

BD3 BDT2

BD4 BDT1

BD4 BDT1

CR

BD4 BDT1

L2CG1

CORRIDOR 31C70

L2C G1

(E)EVS 31U04

(E) ELECTRICAL ROOM 31U14

CR

(E) MEN'S TOILET 31T06

ELECTRICAL ROOM 31U16

BD4 BDT1

ALL GENDER TOILET 31T28

CR

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31W72

BD3 BDT2

BD4 BDT1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R73

L2C G1

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39A

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W46

BD2 BDT2

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39N

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39

WTAGN WAITING, GENERAL 31L30

EXROM EXAM ROOM 2 31R33

CORRIDOR 31C32

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39M WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39B

L2C G1

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39L

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W43

L2C G1

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39D

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39C

L2C G1

EXROM EXAM ROOM 8 31R41

CORRIDOR 31C37

WTAGN WAITING, WHEELCHAIR 31L30A

PTEDU PATIENT TRAINING/EDUCATION 31W29A

CORRIDOR 31C45

APTWT ALCOVE, PAT SCALE 31C32A

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39J

EXROM EXAM ROOM 9 31R44

CONSR CONSULT ROOM, ENCLAVE 31W48

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39F

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER WGEN 31W39G WKSTN, MED 31W39H

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39E

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39K

EXNEG EXAM ROOM 1, SPECIAL NEEDS NEGATIVE AIR PRESSURE 31R52

EXROM EXAM ROOM 7 31R42

EXROM EXAM ROOM 6 31R40

EXROM EXAM ROOM 5 31R38

EXROM EXAM ROOM 4 31R36

TLPAT TOILET, PATIENT 31T34

EXROM EXAM ROOM 3 31R35

EXROM EXAM ROOM 12 31R51

WTAGN WAITING, GENERAL 31W29

WTAPL WAITING, CHILD PLAY 31W29B

MEDPR MED PREP 31R53

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C00A

EXROM EXAM ROOM 10 31R45

EXROM EXAM ROOM 11 31R47

PRGEN PROCEDURE ROOM, GENERAL 31R49

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R76

L2C G1

BD3 BDT2

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R78

UTILS UTILITY, SOILED 31U56

(E) WOMEN'S TOILET 31T02

BD4 BDT1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R71

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75B

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R80

BD3 31C714 BDT2

CORRIDOR

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75

CORRIDOR 31C00

UTILC UTILITY, CLEAN 31U58

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R69

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75A

WTAGN WAITING, WHEELCHAIR 31L30A

EXROM EXAM ROOM 3 31R35

TLPAT TOILET, PATIENT 31T34

CORRIDOR 31C31

EXISTING OPEN COURTYARD 35R10

(E) ELEVATORS

CORRIDOR 31C31

UP

(E) MECH SHAFT

KEY PLAN

(E) STAIR

UP

(E) ELEVATOR

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SCALE: 1/32" = 1'-0"

EXROM EXAM ROOM 7 31R42

EXROM EXAM ROOM 6 31R40

EXROM EXAM ROOM 5 31R38

EXROM EXAM ROOM 4 31R36

CR

L2C G1

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C60A

CORRIDOR 31C60

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W77

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W81A

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R68

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R66

CR

CR

CR

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L1C G1

L2C G1

BD3 BDT2

L2C G1

BD4 BDT1

L2C G1

EXNEG EXAM ROOM 1, SPECIAL NEEDS NEGATIVE AIR PRESSURE 31R52

CORRIDOR 31C32

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39M WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39B

L2C G1

CORRIDOR 31C45

APTWT ALCOVE, PAT SCALE 31C32A

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39A

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39K

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39J

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39L

L2C G1

L2C G1

EXROM EXAM ROOM 12 31R51

MEDPR MED PREP 31R53

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C00A

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39 WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39C

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39D

L2C G1

L2C G1

(E) MEN'S TOILET 31T06

(E) WOMEN'S TOILET 31T02

CR

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER WGEN 31W39G WKSTN, MED 31W39H

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39N

BD2 BDT2

L2C G1

(E)EVS 31U04

CR

UTILS UTILITY, SOILED 31U56

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39F

ZB4 C

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W43

L1C G1

31C01

CORRIDOR 31C00

UTILC UTILITY, CLEAN 31U58

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39E

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W46

TR 31U24

UNASSIGNED 31R22

L2C G1

(E) STAIR 31S10

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T62

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T64

CORRIDOR 31C60

L2C G1

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C60A

CR

CONSR CONSULT ROOM, ENCLAVE 31W48

BD3 BDT2

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R96

L2C G1

C

PRGEN PROCEDURE ROOM, GENERAL 31R49

EXROM EXAM ROOM 11 31R47

EXROM EXAM ROOM 8 31R41

CR

CORRIDOR 31C94

L2C G1

L2C G1

UNASSIGNED 31R22

LKRST LOCKERS, STAFF 31C94A

BD3 BDT2

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R98

L2C G1

ZB2

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R73

BD4 BDT1

BD3 BDT2

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31W72

EXROM EXAM ROOM 9 31R44

CR

CORRIDOR 31C61

L2C G1

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R96

BD3 BDT2

CORRIDOR 31C94

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R63

L2C G1

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R66 OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R71

BD4 BDT1

BD4 BDT1

EXROM EXAM ROOM 10 31R45

L2C G1

L2C G1

TEAMA TEAM MTG AREA, REFRESH/COLLAB 31W81

L2C G1

CR

C

ZB1 OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R90

CONSR CONSULT/COLLAB 31R65

L2C G1

CORRIDOR 31C61

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R69

BD4 BDT1

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75B

BD3 BDT2

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R76

ELEVATOR LOBBY 31E21

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R89

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R91

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R63

AAMEN ALCOVE, AMENITY 31W81B

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R67

CONSR CONSULT/COLLAB 31R65

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R90

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R84

CR

L2C G1 L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R89

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R91 L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

OGENL OFFICE, GENERAL MANAGER 31R93

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R67

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R68

CORRIDOR 31C70

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75A

C

ZB3

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R78

L2C G1

L2C G1

OGENL OFFICE, GENERAL MANAGER 31R93

L2C G1

(E) EXTERIOR BALCONY 31B86

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R87

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31R83

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R84

AAMEN ALCOVE, AMENITY 31W81B

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W77

CORRIDOR BD3 31C714 BDT2

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R80

(E) ELEVATOR 62

L2C G1

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R87

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31R83 CORRIDOR 31C85

WACPF WORK AREA 31W82

CR

FEC

TEAMA TEAM MTG AREA, REFRESH/COLLAB 31W81 AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W81A

AREA A

FEC FEC BD2 BDT2

FEC BD2 BDT2

L2C G1

CEILING BOX FLOOR 3 LOCATION-AREA A

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1

PRELIMINARY ONLY - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2

FEC L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2 BD4 BDT1 BD3 BDT2

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

CORRIDOR 31C85

WACPF WORK AREA 31W82

(E) EXTERIOR BALCONY 31B86

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L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

FEC

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2 BD4 BDT1 BD3 BDT2

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2

BD3 BDT2

BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 2821 Fenwick Road, Kelowna, BC Canada V1X 5E4 P 250.765.2616 Fax 250.765.2614 www.spideragiletechnology.com

SHOP DRAWING GENERAL NOTES.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall be notified immediately of any field changes to the verified dimensions and ceiling heights that may occur subsequent to approval of these shop drawings. DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall make every attempt to accommodate these field changes, but shall not be responsible for any additional costs or schedule delays related to modifications due to changes after drawings have been signed and approved.

CONFIDENTIAL

REVISION

DATE

THIS DRAWING CONTAINS INFORMATION PROPRIETARY TO DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. ANY REPRODUCTION, DISCLOSURE OR USE OF THIS DRAWING IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED EXCEPT AS DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. MAY OTHERWISE AGREE IN WRITING.

DRAWN

BY

Sample of all contractor supplied hardware to be provided to DIRTT Environmental Solutions within one week of approval of shop drawings. Wherever possible, actual samples of hardware shall be provided. DIRTT Environmental Solutions cannot be responsible for any schedule delays or associated costs due to delays or changes in hardware specifications.

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BD4 BDT1 L2C G1

BD4 BDT1

L2C G1

L2C G1

BD1 BDT1


EXROM EXAM ROOM 12 31R51

CORRIDOR 31C45

EXNEG EXAM ROOM 1, SPECIAL NEEDS NEGATIVE AIR PRESSURE 31R52

APTWT ALCOVE, PAT SCALE 31C32A

CR CR

L2C G1

L2C G1

L1C G1

P L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

O BD4 BDT1

L2C G1

BD3 BDT2 BD4 BDT1 BD4 BDT1

AG

AH

L2C G1

BD4 BDT1

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39A

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39K

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39J

WTAGN WAITING, GENERAL 31L30

EXROM EXAM ROOM 2 31R33

CORRIDOR 31C32

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39M WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39B

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39L

L2C G1

E05-38W

AD

L2C G1 L2C G1

69

WB1

L2C G1

L2C G1

CR

L2C G1

AQ

L2C G1

AR

L2C G1

BL L2C G1

L2C G1

AW

AX

L2C G1

BA

BB

BM

BD1 BDT1

L2C G1

L2C G1

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R98

BD3 BDT2

LKRST LOCKERS, STAFF 31C94A

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R63

BK

L2C G1

BD4 BDT1

L2C G1

UP

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T62

(E) STAIR 31S10

(E) FIRE RISER 31U15

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T64

CORRIDOR 31C20

CORRIDOR 31C01

BD3 BDT2

BD4 BDT1

BD4 BDT1

CR

BD4 BDT1

L2CG1

CORRIDOR 31C70

L2C G1

(E)EVS 31U04

(E) ELECTRICAL ROOM 31U14

CR

(E) MEN'S TOILET 31T06

ELECTRICAL ROOM 31U16

BD4 BDT1

ALL GENDER TOILET 31T28

CR

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31W72

BD3 BDT2

BD4 BDT1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R73

L2C G1

WTAGN WAITING, GENERAL 31L30

EXROM EXAM ROOM 2 31R33

CORRIDOR 31C32

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39M WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39B

L2C G1

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39L

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W43

L2C G1

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39D

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39C

L2C G1

EXROM EXAM ROOM 8 31R41

CORRIDOR 31C37

WTAGN WAITING, WHEELCHAIR 31L30A

PTEDU PATIENT TRAINING/EDUCATION 31W29A

CORRIDOR 31C45

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W39K

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39A

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W46

BD2 BDT2

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39N

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39F

EXROM EXAM ROOM 9 31R44

CONSR CONSULT ROOM, ENCLAVE 31W48

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39E

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER WGEN 31W39G WKSTN, MED 31W39H

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39J

APTWT ALCOVE, PAT SCALE 31C32A

EXNEG EXAM ROOM 1, SPECIAL NEEDS NEGATIVE AIR PRESSURE 31R52

EXROM EXAM ROOM 7 31R42

EXROM EXAM ROOM 6 31R40

EXROM EXAM ROOM 5 31R38

EXROM EXAM ROOM 4 31R36

TLPAT TOILET, PATIENT 31T34

EXROM EXAM ROOM 3 31R35

EXROM EXAM ROOM 12 31R51

WTAGN WAITING, GENERAL 31W29

WTAPL WAITING, CHILD PLAY 31W29B

MEDPR MED PREP 31R53

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C00A

EXROM EXAM ROOM 10 31R45

EXROM EXAM ROOM 11 31R47

PRGEN PROCEDURE ROOM, GENERAL 31R49

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R76

L2C G1

BD3 BDT2

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R78

UTILS UTILITY, SOILED 31U56

(E) WOMEN'S TOILET 31T02

BD4 BDT1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R71

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75B

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R80

BD3 31C714 BDT2

CORRIDOR

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75

CORRIDOR 31C00

UTILC UTILITY, CLEAN 31U58

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R69

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75A

WTAGN WAITING, WHEELCHAIR 31L30A

EXROM EXAM ROOM 3 31R35

TLPAT TOILET, PATIENT 31T34

CORRIDOR 31C31

EXISTING OPEN COURTYARD 35R10

(E) ELEVATORS

CORRIDOR 31C31

UP

(E) MECH SHAFT

KEY PLAN

(E) STAIR

UP

(E) ELEVATOR

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS WITH THIS PROJECT PLEASE CALL ... Dirtt PM / Rep's : Project Manager :

SCALE: 1/32" = 1'-0"

EXROM EXAM ROOM 7 31R42

EXROM EXAM ROOM 6 31R40

EXROM EXAM ROOM 5 31R38

EXROM EXAM ROOM 4 31R36

CR

L2C G1

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C60A

CORRIDOR 31C60

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W77

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W81A

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R68

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R66

CR

L2C G1

TEAMA TEAM MTG AREA, REFRESH/COLLAB 31W81

CORRIDOR 31C61

CORRIDOR 31C37

TR 31U24

UNASSIGNED 31R22

CR

BN CR

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R96

BD3 BDT2

CORRIDOR 31C94

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R90

CONSR CONSULT/COLLAB 31R65

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R67

AAMEN ALCOVE, AMENITY 31W81B

CR

CR

MEDPR MED PREP 31R53

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31C00A

L2C G1

(E) MEN'S TOILET 31T06

(E) WOMEN'S TOILET 31T02

CR

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39 WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39C

WGEN WKSTN, MED 31W39D

L2C G1

E05-38W

67

WB1

WB1 69

L2C G1

(E)EVS 31U04

CR

UTILS UTILITY, SOILED 31U56

WACMP WORK AREA, COMPUTER, TOUCHDOWN 31W39N

69

BJ WB1

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE 31W43

L2C G1

31C01

UTILITY, CLEAN 31U58

3PC BD2 BDT2

BI

E15-38W

3PC

ZB4 C

67

E05-38W WB1

67

WB1

WSGEN WKSTN, GEN, ENCLAVE E10-38W 31W46

L2C G1

(E) STAIR 31S10

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T62

TLSTF TOILET, STAFF 31T64

CORRIDOR 31C00

Black wire - Uncontrolled

3PC

AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W39F

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER WGEN 31W39G WKSTN, MED 31W39H

31W39E

AEQST E05-38W ALCOVE,

67

WB1

EQUIP STOR 3PC - 67, 69

BF

BE

CONSR CONSULT ROOM, E10-38W ENCLAVE 31W48

L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31R98

BD3 BDT2

LKRST LOCKERS, STAFF 31C94A

UNASSIGNED 31R22

I J

E05-38W

AB

AA Black wire - Uncontrolled Red wire - Controlled

PRGEN PROCEDURE ROOM, GENERAL 31R49

Black wire - Uncontrolled 31R73 Red wire - Controlled

BD4 BDT1

JB1

OPROV OFFICE, E10-38W PROVIDER

8

WB4* E10-38W

BD3 BDT2

EXROM EXAM ROOM 11 31R47

69

WB1

EXROM EXAM ROOM 8 31R41

ELEVATOR LOBBY 31E21

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R89

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R91

L2C G1

5

WB7 E15-38W L2C G1

WB8* 3

Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled

1331C60A

L2C G1

E05-38W Red wire - Controlled UTILC

EQUIP STOR WB1

AEQST ALCOVE,

CORRIDOR 31C60

E10-38W

3PC - 13

8

WB4*

E05-38W

OPROV OFFICE,

Black wire - Uncontrolled Red wire - Controlled OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R71

JB1 BD4 BDT1

AS AT

WSGEN WKSTN, ENCLAVE 31W72

AY AZ

EXROM EXAM ROOM 9 31R44

L2C G1

L2C G1

OGENL OFFICE, GENERAL MANAGER 31R93

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31R83

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R84

L1C G1

31C94

Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled CORRIDOR BD3 BDT2

WSGEN WKSTN,

L

31R96

E15-38W

K

E05-38W

T

OPROV OFFICE,JB1 PROVIDER 31R63

WB7

C

AF WB7 E10-38W

8

WB4* E10-38W

16

WB5

BD4 BDT1

EXROM EXAM ROOM 10 31R45

(E) ELEVATOR 62

L2C G1

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R87

L2C G1

(E) EXTERIOR BALCONY 31B86

CORRIDOR 31C85

WACPF WORK AREA 31W82

L2C G1

13

WB3

3PC - 13

1

WB1

E10-38W ENCLAVE

L2C G1

3

WB8*

1

WB1

JB1 OPROV OFFICE, E10-38W PROVIDER 31R90 E10-38W WB7

5

ZB2 OPROV JB1 OFFICE,

L2C G1

31R69

PROVIDER E15-38W

JB1

AL BD4 BDT1

14

WB1

BD3 BDT2

E15-38W

3PC - 10, 12

AREA A

L2C G1

CR

C

ZB1

3PC - 15

E15-38W

3PC - 1

5

3PC - 17

E15-38W

E25-38W

L2C G1

8

3PC -31R66 12

E15-38W PROVIDER

WB4* 12

8

WB4*

E10-38W

AK

CORRIDOR 31C70 WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75

E05-38W WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75B

E10-38W

AV

3PC - 14, 16

ZB3

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R76

WB6 12

BLACK

L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

WB1

L2C G1

L2C G1

3

31R93

WB8* E10-38W

S

W WB1 1

CONSR E10-38W CONSULT/COLLAB 31R65

15 L2C G1

CORRIDOR 31C61

E15-38W

3PC - 3, 5

JB1

AE

E25-38W

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31W75A

BD3 31C714 BDT2

AU

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R78

E10-38W

E15-38W

JB1

E05-38W

WB4* 8

E10-38W 3PC 3PC - 8 CORRIDOR C

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R80

JB1

WB5 10

Black wire - Uncontrolled Red wire - Controlled

Abbreviated Description Modular Junction Box (Female Whip (8 Wire),1.25 feet)

BLACK

L2C G1

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, E10-38W PROVIDER 31R89 3PC - 3, 5

WB8* 3

E10-38W JB1

WB8*

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R91

3

JB1

E10-38W OGENL OFFICE, GENERAL

GMANAGER

E10-38W JB1 1

E25-38W

3

E15-38W WB8* WB2 L2C G1

3

WB8*

X OPROV JB1 OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R67

OPROV OFFICE, E10-38W PROVIDER 31R68

Black wire - Uncontrolled Red wire - Controlled

APRNT ALCOVE, PRINTER 31W77

8

WB4*

WSCS13R22A508FTF8WWT

RED

L2C G1

A

D

B C

L2C G1

WB1 1

L2C G1

WB7 5

WSGEN WKSTN, SMALL 31R83

L2C G1

E05-38W OPROV E10-38W OFFICE, PROVIDER JB1 31R84

E10-38W Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled

WB7 5

AAMEN ALCOVE, AMENITY 31W81B

TEAMA TEAM MTG AREA, REFRESH/COLLAB 31W81 AEQST ALCOVE, EQUIP STOR 31W81A

E05-38W

Black wire - Uncontrolled Red wire - Controlled

WSCS13R22A510FTF8WWT

BLACK

BLACK

BLACK

CR

Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled

E10-38W E20-38W

Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled

E10-38W

E15-38W

5

WB7

L2C G1

OPROV OFFICE, PROVIDER 31R87

R

CORRIDOR 31C85

WACPF WORK AREA 31W82

WB1 1

Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled

(E) EXTERIOR BALCONY 31B86

WALL LEGEND: DIRTT WALL WITH CLERESTORY

DIRTT GLASSWALL WITH DOOR

DRYWALL

WB2

WSCS13R2210AB510FTF8WWT

BLUE

BLUE

RED

CR

H Q

EXTENDER CABLE 332 (? - LENGTH OF CABLE IN FEET)

WB3

WSCS13R22B510FTF8WWT

Drywall Stud Electrical Box Mounting Kit 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,10 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,8 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,10 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Controlled Outlet Option 10,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,10 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,10 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,9 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,10 feet) 1 Gang Wall Box (Top Fed whip,1 Gang Narrow Wall Box Trim,White,Standard 20 amp receptacle,White,Controlled Outlet Option 10,Standard Duplex,White,Female Whip (8 wire) 332,10 feet) Zone Box, Ceiling mounted (Male Whip (8 Wire),1.25 feet,Terminal rail,Wire kit for Four whip Ceiling zone box with terminal rails)

RED

3-3-2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC Electrical Assembly Schedule JB-2-3F8W-01

SKU

WB4*

WSCS13R22C509FTF8WWT

WB1

WB5

WSCS13R22C510FTF8WWT

WSCS13R22A510FTF8WWT

JB1

Tag MFT1

WB6

WSCS13R2210BA510FTF8WWT

FEC

AN

Red wire - Uncontrolled Black wire - Controlled

??

ALL SPLITTERS ARE CEILING MOUNTED, U.N.O.

XXX

WB??*

CEILING POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX ZB?? - ZONE BOX WITH ZONE BOX NUMBER (??) AFTER INSTALLED ON SITE XXX - CIRCUIT NO. (IN ITALIC)

JUNCTION BOX WITH DIRTT POWER MODULAR WHIP. XXX - CIRCUIT NO. (IN ITALIC)

*

WALL BOX ID (PLAN ONLY) WHERE... ?? - WALL BOX TAG #, REFER TO ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE XXX - CIRCUIT NO. (IN ITALIC) - Designates Controlled Receptacle, see Controlled Receptacle legend for info.

ZB??

C

BOTTOM

WB7

ZBC4-3M8W-TR-01

L2C G1

JB

XXX

XXX

NOTES: 1. ALL COMPONENTS IN PLAN ARE CEILING/WALL COMPONENTS

TOP

CONTROLLED RECEPTACLE LEGEND FULL

- Symbol location either at Top or Full or Bottom At TOP - Only top receptacle is controlled At FULL - Both top & bottom receptacles are controlled At BTM - Only bottom receptacle is controlled

WB8*

FEC FEC BD2 BDT2

BG

AI

DIRTT POWER FLOOR 3 PLAN- AREA A

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

AJ

U

BD3 BDT2 BD4 BDT1

V BD3 BDT2

CR

BC

FEC BD2 BDT2

BD

AM L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

ZB1

BH

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1

PRELIMINARY ONLY - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

L2C G1

FEC L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2

AP

Z

E

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L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2 BD4 BDT1 BD3 BDT2

L2C G1 L2C G1

AO

FEC

M Y

N

L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1 L2C G1

L2C G1 L2C G1

BD3 BDT2

BD3 BDT2

F

BD3 BDT2 BD3 BDT2

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SHOP DRAWING GENERAL NOTES.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall be notified immediately of any field changes to the verified dimensions and ceiling heights that may occur subsequent to approval of these shop drawings. DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall make every attempt to accommodate these field changes, but shall not be responsible for any additional costs or schedule delays related to modifications due to changes after drawings have been signed and approved.

CONFIDENTIAL

REVISION

DATE

THIS DRAWING CONTAINS INFORMATION PROPRIETARY TO DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. ANY REPRODUCTION, DISCLOSURE OR USE OF THIS DRAWING IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED EXCEPT AS DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. MAY OTHERWISE AGREE IN WRITING.

DRAWN

BY

Sample of all contractor supplied hardware to be provided to DIRTT Environmental Solutions within one week of approval of shop drawings. Wherever possible, actual samples of hardware shall be provided. DIRTT Environmental Solutions cannot be responsible for any schedule delays or associated costs due to delays or changes in hardware specifications.

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PROJECT NAME:

PROJECT ADDRESS:

2018/02/07

AS NOTED

SCALE:

3

6

POWER & NETWORKS INSTALL DRAWING

-

DRAWN BY:

Project Manager: .

A.Phu

DATE:

AC

BD4 BDT1

L2C G1

L2C G1

BD1 BDT1


ie. cct 1,3,5

,3,5

t1

ie.c c ct 2,

ZB

ie. cct 2,4,6

4, xx

LIC

ie.

CEILING MOUNTED ZONE BOX (ZB)

DIRTT WALL SYSTEM

ZB DIAGRAM SHOWN ARE REPRESENTED FROM A VIEW LOOKING DOWN INTO BOX

,9,1 1

t7

ie.c c 15

c t 1 3,

c

,9,1

---13,15 LE e.cct AB 1 i

FLOOR TILES

TYPICAL IN CEILING ZB ORIENTATION

ZB DIAGRAM SHOWN ARE REPRESENTED FROM A VIEW LOOKING UP INTO BOX

6

ie. cct 13,15

.c

x L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

ie

of

ZB LID

e id

bo

CEILING ZB

s in

FLOOR ZB

ox

fb

eo

sid

in

ct 7 ie.c

6

ie.cct 7,9,11

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

ie.cct 2,4,6

PP TA NO

DIRTT FLOOR WEBBING WITH FLOOR TILES REMOVED TYPICAL RAISED FLOOR ZB ORIENTATION

PRELIMINARY ONLY - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

4, 2, ct .c

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS WITH THIS PROJECT PLEASE CALL ... Dirtt PM / Rep's : Project Manager :

LOW PROFILE FLOOR MOUNTED ZB (SAME ORIENTATION IN NON-DIRTT RAISED FLOOR APPLICATIONS)

ie

ie.cct 13,15

ie. cct 7,9,11

ie.cct 1,3,5

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xx

ZB

5 3, 1, ct .c ie

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SHOP DRAWING GENERAL NOTES.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall be notified immediately of any field changes to the verified dimensions and ceiling heights that may occur subsequent to approval of these shop drawings. DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall make every attempt to accommodate these field changes, but shall not be responsible for any additional costs or schedule delays related to modifications due to changes after drawings have been signed and approved.

CONFIDENTIAL

REVISION

DATE

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DRAWN

BY

Sample of all contractor supplied hardware to be provided to DIRTT Environmental Solutions within one week of approval of shop drawings. Wherever possible, actual samples of hardware shall be provided. DIRTT Environmental Solutions cannot be responsible for any schedule delays or associated costs due to delays or changes in hardware specifications.

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PROJECT NAME:

PROJECT ADDRESS:

2018/02/07

AS NOTED

SCALE:

4

6

POWER & NETWORKS INSTALL DRAWING

-

DRAWN BY:

Project Manager: .

T.Lun

DATE:


15

1

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

CCT#:

PANEL ID: 3PC CCT#: 13 (BLACK) N/A (BLACK) N (CCT:13) N (CCT:N/A) N/A (RED) 3 (RED) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:3) N/A (BLUE) 5 (BLUE) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:5)

ZB [1] - 332, 8W, 12cct

N/A (BLACK) 1 (BLACK) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:1) 15 (RED) N/A (RED) N (CCT:15) N (CCT:N/A) N/A (BLUE) N/A (BLUE) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:N/A)

CROSS CONNECTORS

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

ZB GROUND SCREW

13

3,5

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12

3,5

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

CCT#:

PANEL ID: 3PC CCT#: 13 (BLACK) N/A (BLACK) N (CCT:13) N (CCT:N/A) N/A (RED) N/A (RED) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:N/A) N/A (BLUE) 17 (BLUE) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:17)

ZB [2] - 332, 8W, 12cct

N/A (BLACK) N/A (BLACK) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:N/A) N/A (RED) 3 (RED) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:3) 12 (BLUE) 5 (BLUE) N (CCT:12) N (CCT:5)

CROSS CONNECTORS

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

ZB GROUND SCREW

13

17

14,16

10,12

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

CCT#:

PANEL ID: 3PC CCT#: 8 (BLACK) N (CCT:8) N/A (RED)

N (CCT:N/A)

N/A (BLUE)

N (CCT:N/A)

ZB [3] - 332, 8W, 9cct*

14 (BLACK) N/A (BLACK) N (CCT:14) N (CCT:N/A) 16 (RED) 10 (RED) N (CCT:16) N (CCT:10) N/A (BLUE) 12 (BLUE) N (CCT:N/A) N (CCT:12)

CROSS CONNECTORS

PRELIMINARY ONLY - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION Zone Box Wiring Diagrams SCALE: N.T.S.

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

ZB GROUND SCREW

8

8

67,69

67,69

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

67 (BLACK)

CCT#:

69 (RED)

N (CCT:67)

N/A (BLUE)

N (CCT:69)

N (CCT:N/A)

ZB [4] - 332, 8W, 3cct

PANEL ID: 3PC

CROSS CONNECTORS

CCT#:

L L N N L L N N L L N N IG IG G G G

ZB GROUND SCREW

67,69

67,69

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DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 2821 Fenwick Road, Kelowna, BC Canada V1X 5E4 P 250.765.2616 Fax 250.765.2614 www.spideragiletechnology.com

SHOP DRAWING GENERAL NOTES.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall be notified immediately of any field changes to the verified dimensions and ceiling heights that may occur subsequent to approval of these shop drawings. DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall make every attempt to accommodate these field changes, but shall not be responsible for any additional costs or schedule delays related to modifications due to changes after drawings have been signed and approved.

CONFIDENTIAL

REVISION

DATE

THIS DRAWING CONTAINS INFORMATION PROPRIETARY TO DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. ANY REPRODUCTION, DISCLOSURE OR USE OF THIS DRAWING IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED EXCEPT AS DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LTD. MAY OTHERWISE AGREE IN WRITING.

DRAWN

BY

Sample of all contractor supplied hardware to be provided to DIRTT Environmental Solutions within one week of approval of shop drawings. Wherever possible, actual samples of hardware shall be provided. DIRTT Environmental Solutions cannot be responsible for any schedule delays or associated costs due to delays or changes in hardware specifications.

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PROJECT NAME:

PROJECT ADDRESS:

2018/02/07

AS NOTED

SCALE:

5

6

POWER & NETWORKS INSTALL DRAWING

-

DRAWN BY:

Project Manager: .

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DATE:


Elevation B

Elevation S

Elevation AM

Elevation BK

Elevation D

Elevation W

Elevation AO

Elevation BL

Elevation H

Elevation AQ

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Elevation K

Elevation X

Elevation AR

Elevation AX

Elevation M

Elevation Y

Elevation BB

Elevation Z

Elevation N

Elevation AA

WARDROBE

Elevation BG

Elevation BH

BD4 BDT1

Elevation P

Elevation AB

PRELIMINARY ONLY - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

ELEVATION

BD3 BDT2

Elevation AE

BD2 BDT2

Elevation BI

BD4 BDT1

Elevation AG

Elevation BJ

Elevation Q

Elevation AH

BD2 BDT2

Elevation R

Elevation AI

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS WITH THIS PROJECT PLEASE CALL ... Dirtt PM / Rep's : Project Manager :

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 2821 Fenwick Road, Kelowna, BC Canada V1X 5E4 P 250.765.2616 Fax 250.765.2614 www.spideragiletechnology.com

SHOP DRAWING GENERAL NOTES.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall be notified immediately of any field changes to the verified dimensions and ceiling heights that may occur subsequent to approval of these shop drawings. DIRTT Environmental Solutions shall make every attempt to accommodate these field changes, but shall not be responsible for any additional costs or schedule delays related to modifications due to changes after drawings have been signed and approved.

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SUMMARY This document is used in the very early stages of the Predesign Phase to: •

Provide a high-level overview of the DIRTT team’s role on a project for the rest of the project team.

Guide the establishment of a process which allows for proper scoping of work by all other trades.

Define roles and responsibilities of DIRTT as a Design Assist Sub-Contractor in pre-construction service agreements and help design team understand DIRTT’s role in the design process.

PRE-CONSTRUCTION ROLE DIRTT’s design assist approach is a construction management method that improves quality and cost certainty as well as providing custom, clean, rapid prefab construction solutions. The DIRTT team will act in the role of design assist consultant throughout the preconstruction portion of the project. The role will transition into that of a subcontractor as the implementation of the design is manufactured and installed. Pre-construction Services are outlined below as per a typical project. Scope of work documents will also be provided for each trade affected on the project.

DIRTT Design Assist Scope Document


Design Assist Scope

PROGRAMMING / PRE-DESIGN PHASE

Pre-Design

Meet with all team players to understand the project goals and delivery method (e.g. Design bid build, Design Build, CMAR, IPD).

Review the program to identify which areas DIRTT solutions can be utilized and which areas will require conventional construction.

Demonstrate how ICE will impact the design assist approach and integrate Schematic Design Design Development it into the BIM/Design process.

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Define project goals Demonstrate ICE Define scopes of work Review DIRTT impact on other trades • Provide preliminary budgets

• Confirm DIRTT scope • Define scope transitions Review how ICE will benefit the interior design process/drawings: • Develop DIRTT time line • Develop design in ICE Interior elevation development and material selections • Provide DD set of Millwork design development drawing production documents Door hardware selection • Prepare budgets as required MEP coordination

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Review the difference in Electrical Engineering drawings and DIRTT Power drawings. -

• Provide shop drawings for inclusion in CD set • Prepare ICE 3D fly through • Prepare final budget • Confirm DIRTT time line

Engineer of record (A&D) is responsible for determining the initial locations, circuiting, code compliance and overall design concept. DIRTT power drawings are for the implementation of the design and accurate pricing of scope.

Attend preliminary meetings with critical design team members to review how DIRTT as a method of construction will impact the project schedule and the scope of other trades. This will include a review of typical CSI sections effected. »

Construction Documents

Integration of technology, IT, and AV

Review all potential trades that will be affected and how DIRTT will impact them. Refer to scope documents to establish points of transitions between trades.

Bidding/Permit Docs Provide a Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM)Construction / Probable Cost Services of Construction – Provide drawings in• dollars perfinal square feet format - as it relates to the overall budget and goals of • Provide full ICE file walk inclusion in permit the for project as established by the end user andthrough design team. The DIRTT team will drawings • Provide punch listtoand reconcile the costs per trade with the design/construction team ensure all items • Respond to questions schedule work to are accounted for and no overlaps exist. complete • Attend meetings • Provide updates

Close Out • Provide all close out documents

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE

Schematic Design • Confirm DIRTT scope • Develop DIRTT time line

Review the space plan with the project team and confirm which areas will utilize DIRTT prefab solutions and which areas will require conventional construction.

Input the schematic plan into ICE software after approved plan has been completed.

Host design meeting(s) for review of ICE files to ensure design intent is being met. Revise ICE files as required.

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Design Development

Prepare 3D flythrough for the design/construction team and end user for approval

• Define scope transitions of the preliminary design concepts. • Develop design in ICE Prepare budgets at intervals as predetermined by the pre-construction project team. • Provide DD set of Develop DIRTT time line based on scope and coordinate install durations documents implementation •forPrepare budgetsinto asoverall project schedule. required

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE •

Establish/coordinate how to properly set up the design documents to show correct scope of work for remaining trades (e.g. conventional wall framing scope, doors within conventional framing, floor finishes, ceiling finishes, electrical drawings). »

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NOTE: DIRTT walls should not be included/shown on framing plan.

Work with design team to properly develop the plans and details to represent proper scope of work for remaining trades.

Construction Services Prepare 3D flythrough for the design team and end user for approvals of the design development drawings. • Provide full ICE file walk

through Prepare budgets at intervals as predetermined by the pre-construction project team. list and are dependent on the project’s delivery methods and » • Provide NOTE: punch Budgets/pricing schedule work to determined Initial Guaranteed Maximum Price (iGMP) and final Guaranteed complete Maximum Price (GMP) timeline. • Attend meetings

• Provide updatesdrawings that can be included in the Design Development (DD) Provide Preliminary set of documents for review and coordination.

Provide Revit/BIM files as required for BIM coordination and clash detection.

Review the DD set of documents and provide feedback to engineers and other design assist (DA) contractors (e.g. MEP, AV, IT).

Review/confirm DIRTT time line based on scope and coordinate/revise durations in the overall project schedule.

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Attend design and coordination meeting(s) for review of ICE files and discuss all critical points of scope transitions to other trades (e.g. electrical, technology, AV, plumbing). »

Construction Documents • Provide shop drawings for inclusion in CD set • Prepare ICE 3D fly through Schematic Design • Prepare final budget ConfirmDIRTT DIRTTscope time line •• Confirm • Develop DIRTT time line

Work with design team to properly finalize the plans and details to represent proper scope of work

Meet with local Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) along with the design team to Bidding/Permit Docs Construction Services review the DIRTT scope of work and how it relates to life safety, local electrical and • Provide final drawings • Provide full ICE file walk plumbing codes.

Prepare 3D flythrough for the design team and end user for approvals of the design drawings • Provide punch list and for construction and final material selections. • Respond to drawings questions schedule work to

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complete by the preconstruction team. Prepare the final budgets/pricing at intervals as predetermined Design Development • meetings » NOTE: Budgets/pricing are dependent onAttend the project’s delivery methods and Provide updates determined Initial Guaranteed Maximum• Price (iGMP) and final Guaranteed • Define scope transitions Maximum Pricein(GMP) • Develop design ICE timeline. •Provide Provide DD set of Revit/BIM files as required for BIM coordination and clash detection. documents Provide Preliminary drawings that can be included in the construction document •(CD) Prepare as for review and coordination for quality control of the CDs. set ofbudgets documents required Review the CD Quality Control set and provide feedback to engineers and other design assist contractors (e.g. MEP, AV, IT) Review and confirm DIRTT time line based on scope and coordinate and revise durations in the overall project schedule.

BIDDING / PERMITTING DOCUMENTS Close Out

• Provide all close out documents

Provide final ICE drawings for building permit drawings. »

NOTE: The ICE drawings are for reference only.

Address any permit review questions included in the correction letters from AHJ.

Respond to Requests for Information (RFIs) as needed.

Bidding/Permit Docs

Revise drawings as necessary for addendums during the bidding and permitting process. Construction Services

• Provide final drawings for inclusion in permit drawings • Respond to questions

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Construction Construction Services Documents • Provide full ICE file walk • through Provide shop drawings for inclusion in CD set • Provide punch list and • schedule Prepare ICE work3D to fly through complete Prepare final budget •• Attend meetings • Confirm DIRTT • Provide updatestime line

DIRTT team to provide full ICE file walk through of the shop drawings to confirm design intent is met and address final items prior to order entry.

DIRTT DP Project Manager to attend job site meetings as needed.

DIRTT DP Project Manager to provide updates on status of material arrival and Bidding/Permit Docs coordination. Construction Services overall installation schedule

DIRTT DP Project Manager to provide a punch list walkfull through with the owner, • Provide final drawings • Provide ICE file walk for inclusion in permit through architect and GC/CM.

drawings • Respond to questions

• Provide list and DIRTT DP Project Manager to schedule work required punch to complete punch list.

DIRTT Installation Team perform site verification or the DIRTT team provides complete “hold to dimensions” as deemed necessary.

DIRTT Installation team to attend training and security meetings • Provide updates if required.

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Designated DIRTT Superintendent to attend predetermined superintendent meetings.

DIRTT Superintendent to provide daily job site reports and project status.

DIRTT Distribution Partner to provide all necessary close out documents:

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1-year workman ship letter

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Operation & Maintenance documents

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Material data sheets (MSDS) for cleaning and maintenance

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Onsite training and demonstrations

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As Built drawings including a final Revit or CAD file if needed

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POWER AND WALLS ELECTRICAL PRODUCT GUIDE

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DIRTT PRODUCT GUIDE

Introduction This document is a guide to the Electrical and Data solutions available for DIRTT Wall Systems. It includes code and standard references, electrical styles and levels, roles and responsibilities/scope of work, and power options. All installation questions should be directed to your DIRTT Project Manager (PM) or a DIRTT Field Technician (contact information is on your ‘DIRTT CARES’ card). Send email inquiries to info@dirtt.net.

Electrical Codes Generally the components must be installed to meet the intent of the applicable electric code. The National Electric Code (NEC) or NFPA 70 is the regionally adopted standard in the US with the possibility of amendments adopted at each independent jurisdiction. The Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) or CSA C22.1 is the regionally adopted standard for installation of electrical equipment in Canada with possibility of amendments adopted at each independent jurisdiction. DIRTT solutions should be communicated and reviewed with design engineers prior to order placement to confirm adequacy of the specified solution with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). DIRTT’s Solid Wall and Combination Wall have been evaluated and certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to QQXX (Prefabricated Assemblies) Sections and Units. UL Report Listing E468975 validates DIRTT factory installed electrical solutions (Levels 1 to 4, including use in Patient Care Areas per Artile 517 of NEC) within DIRTT Wall Frames to both NFPA 70/NEC and The Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) C22.2 No.22 1-12.

Patient Care DIRTT Level 3 and Level 4 Power (pre-wired electrical solutions) are suitable for use in Dry Location Patient Care Areas of Patient Care Facilities other than Anesthetizing Locations. It is NOT to be installed as part of the Emergency or Critical Branch circuits of a Hospital Electrical system. Where these requirements exist, DIRTT Power Level 1 or Level 2 electrical solutions must be specified. All devices, wiring and labor required to connect to the base building electrical system in these options are to be supplied and installed under permit by the Electrical Contractor. This work must be performed in accordance with the applicable code (i.e. NEC, CEC) to the satisfaction of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) by inspection. Where modular boxes with polymeric perimeter face rings (WSCS series) are specified, electric devices must employ a selfgrounding type device. Where DIRTT Power Level 1 and/or Level 2 electrical solutions are specified in Patient Care areas, the Electrical Contractor must be notified of this requirement to ensure proper grounding will be achieved. All receptacles must be Listed hospital-grade devices; isolated-ground receptacles shall not be used in Patient Care Areas. All electrical solutions installed in Patient Care areas must be inspected before the finished tiles are installed. This is to verify the electrical system and ground path has been connected in accordance with NFPA 99 - Standard for Patient Care Facilities(USA) or Z32-09 -Standard Electrical Safety and Essential Electrical Systems in Patient Care Facilities (CAN) and/or other local code.

UL File Report - E468975 provides a more detailed breakdown of DIRTT solutions deemed acceptable for use in Patient Care areas in accordance with Section 24 of the Canadian Electric Code (CEC) and with Article 517 of the National Electric Code(NEC/NFPA 70).

Electrical Styles DIRTT offers both modular and conventional electrical solutions. These solutions are available in tiered options for electrical component inclusion. DIRTT refers to electrical options as Levels available in Level 1 to Level 4. The higher the electrical Level, the more components are supplied and installed by DIRTT and less labor and materials from the local Electrical Contractor. The conventional electrical solution includes UL listed back boxes (see Figure 1). They require standard devices and screw in style faceplates. The modular solutions include slightly oversized UL/CSA Listed back boxes with an adjustable engineered plastic face enabling trim rings and faceplates to be “snapped in” (see Figure 2).

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Figure 1: Conventional Back Box (left) and Conventional Faceplates (right)

Figure 2: DIRTT Power Back Box (left) and DIRTT Power Snap-In Faceplate & Trim Ring - Modular (right)

Electrical Levels DIRTT offers two different levels of Conventional Electrical (Level 1 & 2) and four different levels of Modular Electrical (Level 1 through 4).

LEVEL 1 Level 1 Conventional Electrical Includes: •

Tile cut out

Mounting brackets (factory installed)

Conventional back box (factory installed)

Optional frame vertical modification for horizontal power/data frame to frame pass-through: Wall frame verticals on both sides of frame will be modified to provide 2 cutouts and a support bracket for frame to frame power/data pass-through (see “Electrical Pass-through Release for more information). These frames must be identified in ICE at time of order placement. This is an additional charge per frame; please consult DIRTT for current pricing.

*This level does not include rigid conduit (EMT), wiring and/or cabling, devices, or faceplates. These items are supplied and installed “by others” (electrical/data contractor) and must be coordinated with applicable parties accordingly. Level 1 Modular Electrical Includes: •

Tile cut out

Mounting brackets (factory installed)

Modular back box (factory installed)

Trim rings (shipped loose, field installed)

Faceplates (shipped loose, field installed)

Optional frame vertical modification for horizontal power/data frame to frame pass-through: Wall frame verticals on both sides of frame will be modified to provide 2 cutouts and a support bracket for frame to frame power/data pass-through (see “Electrical Pass-through Release for more information). These frames must be

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identified in ICE at time of order placement. This is an additional charge per frame; please consult DIRTT for current pricing. *This level does not include rigid conduit (EMT), wiring and/or cabling, or devices. These items are supplied and installed “by others” (electrical/data contractor) and must be coordinated with applicable parties accordingly. Level 1 Notes This Level is typically used when power must run horizontally from frame to frame through holes drilled through the solid panel vertical frames. Level 1 electrical would be specified for power requirements in Condition A: beneath clerestory glass panels (glass in top segment of solid stack walls) or in Condition B: cornice height panels (walls that do not extend to the ceiling) where the power feed location is from the ceiling or wall. •

Condition A. If the power source is located in the ceiling, and power is required in the solid wall portion beneath a glass clerestory (stack wall); power cannot be run vertically through or between any glass segments of a Stack Wall. This is because vertical frame members of the DIRTT glass frame are not dimensionally wide enough for cable or conduit to pass-through.

Condition B. If the power source is located in the ceiling, and cornice height product (walls that do not extend to the ceiling) is specified; power cannot be dropped from the ceiling directly into the frames below as they will be exposed. A corner post can be utilized to route and conceal power cables fed from the ceiling plenum to devices located in these panel types. These corner posts may require extensions or be ordered oversized (with all necessary trims) when used in conjunction with cornice height product. If horizontal drilling is required DIRTT will provide milled openings in the post for power pass through. Posts must be tagged in the ICE file for power pass though with relative AFF dimension.

DO NOT specify Quirk corner posts if wiring must be extended around a corner to reach a distribution box.

Even though DIRTT is NOT providing any wiring or devices for our Level 1 solution, when specifying the modular solution we must have an accurate device specifications to determine quantity of all associated modular faceplates and trim rings. Please ensure these are specified correctly in ICE and identify appropriate faceplate style and color.

If power is run horizontally from frame to frame to accommodate power delivery, the flexibility of the movable wall is reduced. The power will have to be disconnected and uninstalled to remove any frame in the layout, whereas if it is fed directly to the top or bottom of the frame, adjacent panels without electrical can be removed without other trade involvement.

Level 2 Level 2 Conventional Electrical Includes: •

Tile cut out

Mounting brackets (factory installed)

Conventional back box (factory installed)

¾" ID EMT (for Power or Data) is fed to the top or bottom of the panel (factory installed). EMT will extend 6-8" above finished ceiling (after installation) for ceiling fed power or to the bottom of the frame for floor fed power. See also Level 2 notes for further EMT details.

*This level does not include wiring and/or cabling, devices, or faceplates. These items are supplied and installed “by others” (electrical/data contractor) and must be coordinated with applicable parties accordingly.

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Level 2 Modular Electrical Includes: •

Tile cut out

Mounting brackets (factory installed)

Modular back box (factory installed)

Trim rings (shipped loose, field installed)

Faceplates (shipped loose, field installed)

¾" ID EMT (for Power or Data) is fed to the top or bottom of the panel (factory installed). EMT will extend 6-8" above finished ceiling (after installation) for ceiling fed power or to the bottom of the frame for floor fed power. See also Level 2 notes for further EMT details.

*This level does not include wiring and/or cabling, or devices. These items are supplied and installed “by others” (electrical/data contractor) and must be coordinated with applicable parties accordingly. Level 2 Notes Some jurisdictions or conditions of use may restrict or prohibit the use of pre-wired electrical solutions, check with the Authority Having Jurisdiction for the install location to confirm conditions of use. Where pre-wired electrical components are not permitted, Level 2 and Level 1 electrical solutions can be specified. •

¾" EMT will be cut 16-24" from its overall height, with the top section removed and secured to the lower portion of the EMT with zip ties from the factory for ease of shipping and installing frames. A coupler will also be included and attached onto the top end of the lower EMT to attach the upper EMT on-site. This enables panel frames with top fed power to be installed without having to compete with an EMT protruding from the top of the frame. Install like any other panel, then insert the top section of EMT through holes in Ceiling Track Electrical Spline Plates and couple the 2 sections of EMT together.

At all multi-gang “conventional” box locations DIRTT will provide ¾" EMT (QTY 1) for power and ¾" EMT (QTY 1) for data. If additional EMT drops are necessary, they must be coordinated with DIRTT Environmental Solutions to ensure the appropriate solution is quoted, coordinated and delivered.

At all multi-gang “modular” box locations DIRTT will provide ¾" EMT (QTY 1) for power and ¾" EMT (QTY 1) for each data faceplate specified.

Even though DIRTT is NOT providing any wiring or devices for our Level 2 solution, when specifying the modular solution we must have an accurate device specifications to determine quantity of all associated modular faceplates and trim rings. Please ensure these are specified correctly in ICE and identify appropriate faceplate style and color.

LEVEL 3 Level 3 Modular Electrical Includes: •

Tile cut out

Mounting brackets (factory installed)

Modular back box (factory installed)

Trim Rings (shipped loose field installed)

Faceplates (shipped loose field installed)

Armored cable with 12 gauge wire (factory installed) from the device to the top or bottom of the panel frame

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extending an additional 10 feet from the top or bottom of the frame with a pigtail end (Power Whip) for hard wire connection to the appropriate base building junction box. See also DIRTT standard wiring provisions/schematics. •

Pre-wired factory installed 15 or 20 amp device

¾" EMT (for data) to the top or bottom of the panel (factory installed). EMT will extend 6-8" above finished ceiling (after installation) for ceiling fed power or to the bottom of the frame for floor fed power. EMT, when used in concert with a Level 3 or Level 4 DIRTT electrical solution, is grounded to the electrical back box with a #14 bond wire. See also Level 2 notes for further EMT details.

*This level does not include data cabling which is supplied and installed “by others” (electrical/data contractor) and must be coordinated with applicable parties accordingly. Hard-wired connection of the DIRTT supplied wiring to base building system at the nearest junction box is considered the responsibility of the Electrical Contractor and should be coordinated to ensure it is included in their scope of work. Level 3 Notes The concept of providing UL Certified factory pre-wired electrical solutions to the project site is to expedite the installation process of the delivered solution. The power whip shipped coiled in the wall frame merely need be extended to a predesignated J Box and hard wired to the base building system. While the DIRTT provisions are being manufactured off site at the factory, the Electrical Contractor can be installing the base building system. •

Gang Boxes with multiple devices must have devices specified correctly in ICE.

DIRTT will require notification for all multi-gang electrical locations with multiple circuit requirements in order to provide the correct electrical cable solution that complies with each specific demand. These should be specified in ICE per box location.

Single circuit power requirement will receive a 12-2 AC90-MC cable

2 circuit power requirement will receive a 12-3 AC90-MC cable

3 circuit power requirement will receive a 12-3 AC90-MC cable and a 12-2 AC90-MC cable

Isolated Ground (IG), Ground Fault Interrupter (GFCI) or Split Circuit power device requirements must also be identified and specified in ICE per box location to ensure the proper devices and wiring are provided. See also Wiring Schematics •

IG devices will require a 12-3 AC90-MC cable with a insulated ground

GFCI devices are a “special device” and will be wired as a standard convenience power outlet.

Split Circuit devices will require a 12-3 AC90-MC cable.

DIRTT will provide a ¾" EMT (QTY 1) for each data face plate location specified in ICE (modular style only). If multiple EMT feeds are required to a conventional box, they must be specified manually in ICE.

LEVEL 4 Level 4 Modular Electrical Includes: •

Tile cut out

Mounting brackets (factory installed)

Modular back box (factory installed)

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Trim rings (shipped loose, field installed)

Faceplates (shipped loose, field installed)

Listed (UL 183) electrical wiring system includes: pre-wired device, face plates and trim rings, box assembly, wiring harness with factory terminations to a modular connector component. •

Horizontally Fed Electrical Solution where power is fed from the ceiling and must be distributed through frames horizontally to a device wall box located under Glass Stack Walls or Cornice Height Walls. The power whip will extend 36" (914mm) from the box for attachment to a Splitter and subsequently to other extender cables connecting to the base building electrical system. Splitter, extender cables, and power whips required to power the devices in the wall from the base building system are provided and installed under separate contract. Final lengths are project specific, determined by the base building plenum height and distance to nearest connector.

Full Height Walls with top or bottom power feeds. The power whip will run from the device box to the top or bottom of the frame (depending on feed location) extending beyond the frame for attachment to other quick connect electrical components that are mounted to the base building. Final modular whip lengths are project specific; determined by frame height, device box height, plenum height and feed location.

Pre-wired device 15 or 20 amp (factory installed)

¾" ID EMT (for data) to the top or bottom of the panel (factory installed - supplied by DIRTT). EMT will extend 6-8" above finished ceiling (after installation) for ceiling fed data or to the bottom of the frame for floor fed data. EMT, when used in concert with a Level 3 or Level 4 DIRTT electrical solution, is grounded to the electrical back box with a #14 bond wire. See also Level 2 notes for further EMT details.

*All home runs and connection of the DIRTT electrical components to the base building electrical system is considered to be work performed “by others” (Electrical Contractor) under separate contract. Connection of DIRTT extender cables to each other, to power whips, and splitters should be coordinated with the Electrical Contractor, with roles and responsibilities clearly defined before orders are placed. All DIRTT electrical components and assemblies are UL Listed and easily connected to each other; however, job sites requiring union labor may require ALL connections be made by union electricians. This may impact labor costs and scheduling. Level 4 Notes The concept of Level 4 is to expedite installation and reconfiguration by providing a UL Certified quick connect solution for pre-wired devices in DIRTT frames to the base building electrical distribution system. While the walls are being manufactured at the factory, the electrical contractor can install the ceiling or floor mounted modular electrical components. When the walls are installed, the electrical contractor need only connect the modular heads from the DIRTT product to the modular heads previously field installed and connected to base building electrical distribution system. A quick connect, plug and play electrical system does not need to be in place to utilize a level 4 solution. Modular whips with quick connect heads can be supplied with a pigtail end (exposed wires) to be hard wired into any existing or new junction box, thus extending power from the base building into the modular components. •

To supply this solution the final circuit drawings MUST be acquired from Electrical Engineer and forwarded to DIRTT in combination with a completed DIRTT Networks & Power Project Checklist.

If quick connect components already exist in the base building, you must find out the manufacturer, system description, and wiring configuration of the existing system to ensure compatibility with quick connect components being provided by DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd.

When specifying Level 4 electrical solution within DIRTT moveable walls; the DIRTT default will be 5-wire cable,

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capable of 3 circuit distribution. Options will exist to specify a 3-wire cable (single circuit); OR an 8 wire cable (up to 4 circuits) for use with an 8-wire electrical distribution system or to provide a furniture feed from a wall box. Note: DIRTT will review the final Electrical Engineers circuit drawings and suggest the best solution for the project requirements, and where possible will provide a consistent wiring solution. â&#x20AC;˘

The DIRTT Partner is responsible for ordering all loose quick connect components (feeds, extender cables, and splitters) required from the factory installed electrical components in the DIRTT Wall frames to the base building power system. Locations of each feed source and plenum heights must be known and communicated to DIRTT, so an accurate bill of materials can be created.

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All electrical connections, modular or otherwise, are typically in the scope of the Electrical Contractor. The Electrical Contractor bears all responsibility for the final installed electrical system.

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Figure 3: Level 1 Conventional Electrical (left) and Level 1 Modular Electrical (right)

Figure 4: Level 2 Conventional Electrical (left) and Level 2 Modular Electrical (right)

Figure 5: Level 3 Modular Electrical

Figure 6: Level 4 Modular Electrical in Glass over solid wall with 36” whip (left) and level 4 modular electrical in solid wall with 11’- 0” whip (right).

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Faceplates, Data, Splines and Zones FACEPLATES AND TRIM RINGS Determining modular electrical faceplate color and style: Duplex faceplates for modular electrical are currently available in 2 styles; Standard style and Decorator style (Decora). (see Figure 7) Faceplates and trim rings are available in White, Black, Gray, and Ivory color only. visit below and myDIRTT for a full list of faceplate and trim ring options.

DIRTT pOWER & NETWORKS - TECH SHEET

FACEpLATE AND JACK OpTIONS

Figure 7: Standard style duplex faceplates (left and center) and Decora style duplex faceplate (right)

Add “-SC” to the end of the part number if screw in faceplate is required. Email all faceplate and jack option inquiries to DIRTT power and Networks.

Faceplate and Jack Options DIRTT Faceplate

DE301

TL318

TO310

Manufacturers Jack Type

DIRTT Faceplate

Manufacturers Jack Type

Receptacle cover plates. Can be used as a data cover plate if a decorator frame is purchased from others to hold data jacks.

Receptacle cover plates. Can be used as a data cover plate if a standard frame is purchased from others to hold data jacks.

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

ST302

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

20A twist lock receptacles.

15A twist lock receptacles.

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

TL319

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Toggle switch for lighting.

Blank

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

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BL300

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Nevada Western/ T&B DIRTT Environmental Solutions


TL318

TO310

IMF330

DIRTTHBL317 Faceplate

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

TL319

Black Grey Ivory White

Black Grey Ivory White

Toggle switch for lighting.

Blank

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

BL300

Black Grey Ivory White

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Hubbell Infinestation snap in modules. If you require AV options please spec this plate.

Nevada Western/ T&B

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

NV304

Black Grey Ivory White

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Hubbell data jacks.

Krone and Leviton data jacks..

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

DIRTTKR314 Faceplate

Black Grey Ivory White

Manufacturers Jack Type

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Manufacturers Jack Type

TE 110 series data jacks.

TE ACO series of data jacks.

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm) Color Options: DIRTT FACEpLATE AND JACK OpTIONS_TECH_V1-3 - 06Dec2016

TE313

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

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Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

panduit minicom snap in modules. Minicom series Requires an additional insert. Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

pA321

LT309

Color Options:

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

pA308

Black Grey Ivory White

Systimax/Commscope/Uniprise

Norx/Belden MDVO, Gigaflex data jacks. Cat 5 jacks only.

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

NO309

Black Grey Ivory White

Siemons CT series of data jacks.

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Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Siemons MAX series data jacks.

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LT309

SI305

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

NO309

Black Grey Ivory White

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Siemons CT series of data jacks.

Siemons MAX series data jacks.

Custom laser cutting available.

Custom laser cutting available.

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

Color Options:

SI315

Black Grey Ivory White

Ortronics track/ track jack.

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

Ortronics series II snap in modules. Series 2

Custom laser cutting available. Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm) Color Options:

Custom laser cutting available. Dimensions: 2” x 4½” (50mm x 114mm)

OR322

OR306

Black Grey Ivory White

Color Options: Black Grey Ivory White

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DIRTT Trim Ring

Snap In

Snap In

For recess wall boxes only

For recess wall boxes only

Width: ⅝” (16mm)

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Color Options:

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

1 Gang Narrow

3 Gang Wide

(TRIM-1-N)

(TRIM-3)

Snap In

Snap In

For recess wall boxes only

For recess wall boxes only

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Color Options:

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

Black Grey Ivory White

4 Gang Wide

(TRIM-1-W)

(TRIM-4)

Snap In

Snap In

For recess wall boxes only

For recess wall boxes only

Width: ⅝” (16mm)

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Color Options:

Color Options:

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1 Gang Wide

2 Gang Narrow

Description

Black Grey Ivory White

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Black Grey Ivory White

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For recess wall boxes only

For recess wall boxes only

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Color Options:

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

Black Grey Ivory White

4 Gang Wide

1 Gang Wide (TRIM-1-W)

(TRIM-4)

Snap In

Snap In

For recess wall boxes only

For recess wall boxes only

Width: ⅝” (16mm)

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Color Options:

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

2 Gang Narrow

Black Grey Ivory White

6 Gang Wide

(TRIM-2-N)

(TRIM-6)

Snap In

For recess wall boxes only

Width: 1⅛” (28mm)

Color Options:

Black Grey Ivory White

2 Gang Wide (TRIM-2-W)

DATA DIRTT provides a ¾” ID rigid conduit (EMT) to the top or bottom of the panel frame (feed direction) for data requirements. In some cases, due to the accessibility of the DIRTT Wall, the data cabling can be run through the DIRTT wall frames without the requirement of EMT (must be confirmed on a project by project basis). Where DIRTT Networks are specified the default solution will be a 1” x 2” rectangular aluminum wiring chase known as a DIRTT Networks Conduit. This wiring chase narrows to a 1¼” ID round coupler which enables preterminated cable ends to pass through. If conventional boxes are specified on the project; the data vendor will be responsible to provide the necessary faceplates. If modular boxes are specified on the project; please see chart for snap-in faceplates available. If the desired faceplate is not available, please specify a Decorator style faceplate and coordinate with the data vendor a Decorator style back strap with the appropriate jack termination. DIRTT TRIM RING_TECh_v1-1 - 20May2016

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All cabling and cabling related components are considered work performed “by others” (Data Contractor) with exception of the faceplates listed above for the modular box solution only.

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SPLINES AND CUTOUTS •

Ceiling Track Electrical Spline Plates with holes for electrical pass-through will ship with each project containing EMT. These spline plates are to be located above all power/EMT locations where lines are to be run into the ceiling. There are small and large spine plates available (see Figure 8) which are allocated automatically in ICE based on electrical box size and demand.

The optional factory cutouts on the frame verticals for power/data pass-through, are only included in the assembled frames if specified as such. Adjacent panels that do not contain electrical, but also require the power/data pass-through due to power route, must also be identified in ICE with an electrical pass-through requirement. Electrical feed location(s) should also be known to effectively plan power routing and pass-through requirement. One of the two cutouts will include a green Data Grommet (16944) to protect data cabling (see Figure 8).

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Figure 8: Ceiling Track Electrical Spline Plate Small (66510) (at top left); Ceiling Track Electrical Spline Plate Large (67609) (at bottom left); Electrical/Data Pass-through Milling with Data Grommet, Network and Power in pass-through and Double Support Bracket (at right)

ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM •

For further product information pertaining to DIRTT Power please contact info@dirtt.net.

For project quoting please contact Networks and Power Pricing napp@dirtt.net.

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General Notes 1. Electrical can only be specified in Solid Wall or in Solid Wall segments of the Stack Wall. 2. Electrical duplex locations cannot be specified in the base or bottom horizontal of glass panels. 3. Electrical should not be located in face applied glass tiles. 4. It is the Installation Technicians responsibility to ensure the EMT (all levels) and electrical cables (Level 3 & Level 4) are fed through the ceiling track and tile and/or the floor to allow access for connectivity to the base building of our electrical components by the Electrical Contractor and cabling by the data vendor. 5. All DIRTT electrical components are UL/CSA approved (UL - USA/CSA – Canada). 6. DIRTT offers both 15 and 20 amp devices please ensure the proper device amperage has been specified. 7. Other project requirements such as split circuit, ground fault interrupter (GFI), OR Isolated Ground (IG) are also considered custom and must be coordinated and priced at the DIRTT head office or revert to a Level 1 or 2 electrical solution. 8. Light Switches are only available from DIRTT in Level 1 or 2 solutions. Due to the many different types of lighting/ requirements (incandescent, fluorescent, dimmers, 3-way switches, different wattages etc) we have opted to keep this simple. 347v conventional electrical boxes for lighting (Canada) are larger boxes and require larger cutouts; special instruction must be included in the order submission to ensure cutouts will fit around these boxes. When 347v conventional boxes are specified, DIRTT will provide a ½" EMT in lieu of the standard ¾" EMT.If requested, DIRTT can install pulls strings, however they should not be necessary as our Level 2 standard offering includes ¾" rigid EMT and wires are easily pushed through. This would also come at a premium for materials and labor. Price must be generated by DIRTT Head Office. 9. Slight adjustments of electrical boxes may be necessary on-site to enable the relative tile to fit. Charge backs will not be accepted for electrical box adjustments for alignment with the tile cut-out. 10. All final connections to the base building are the responsibility of the Electrical Contractor including home runs and thus electrical permits and inspections are the responsibility of the Electrical Contractor. 11. Electrical can be field installed very easily; mounting hardware for electrical boxes can be supplied by DIRTT if necessary, please contact DIRTT for relative pricing. 12. All electrical provisions must be coordinated through the project Architect and General Contractor. The general contractor is responsible for all sub-trades. 13. Any special electrical requirements for fire, safety or other wall mounted equipment or fixtures (alarms, strobes, pull stations, clocks, wall sconces, etc) must be investigated to determine an adequate solution from DIRTT. 14. Where possible, all electrical should be relocated to base building fixed walls or columns to maximize true flexibility of the movable walls. 15. Patient care projects generally require hospital grade wiring and hospital grade devices. Please unsure all patient care projects are reviewed thoroughly for electrical requirement and specified accordingly. 16. Final circuit plans should be reviewed by the Project Architect/Electrical Engineer at time of DIRTT shop drawing review (for all Level 3 & Level 4 electrical provisions), to ensure project electrical requirements are met, and to ensure DIRTT shop drawing information form part of the Construction Documents for the relative project.

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17. If you are unsure which Level you should use on the project please contact the factory. Don’t make assumptions; ask questions. 18. Power devices are installed with the ground prong receptor down as a DIRTT Standard. 19. DIRTT will not accept any back charges for any electrical work necessary on site based on failure to coordinate applicable roles and responsibilities adequately with the installing technicians, the General Contractor and/or the Electrical Contractor. 20. Clean power requirements should be communicated clearly and specified accordingly. 21. Items not listed in ICE may still be available; however, they will be dealt with as a custom solution and specified in Catalogue Items within ICE, or may revert to a Level 1 or Level 2 DIRTT provision to accommodate a viable solution.

Wiring Provisions DIRTT LEVEL 3 WIRING INCLUDES: Cable Type 1 – Single Circuit Single circuit requirement demands a 12-2 AC/MC 90 cable • • •

Black wire 12AWG (Hot) White wire 12AWG (Neutral) Bare copper 12AWG (Ground)

Cable Type 2 – 2 Circuit or Split Circuit Feed 2 circuit requirement demands a 12-3 AC/MC 90 cable • • • •

Black wire 12AWG (Hot) Red wire 12AWG (Hot) White wire 12AWG (Neutral) Bare copper 12AWG (Ground)

Cable Type 3 – Isolated Ground Circuit IG circuit requirement demands a 12-3 AC/MC 90 Cable • • • •

Black wire 12AWG (Hot) Green wire 12AWG (Insulated Ground) White wire 12AWG (Neutral) Bare copper 12AWG (Ground)

DIRTT LEVEL 4 WIRING INCLUDES: UL listed modular wiring system including the device (15 or 20 AMP), the box assembly including faceplates and trims, a modular connector and all wiring/terminations consistent with the circuit plans. Connection to the base building electrical system is within the scope of the electrical sub-contractor. See the following Schematics for Level 4 wiring circuit plans.

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Wiring Schematic 3-3-2 3 WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP WHITE RATED AT 20 AMP MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

BARE WhITE/BLACK

BLACK

L1

L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

3-3-2 SYSTEMS 3 WIRE (33A) CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP WHITE RATED AT 20 AMP MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

WhITE/RED BARE

RED

L2

L2 N2 G2 CIRCUIT “B”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

3-3-2 SYSTEMS 3 WIRE (33B) CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP WHITE RATED AT 20 AMP MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

L3

BLUE WhITE/BLUE

BARE

L3 N3 G1 CIRCUIT “C”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

3-3-2 SYSTEMS 3 WIRE (33C) CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

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3-3-2 4 WIRE (HOSPITAL) SYSTEM CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP WHITE RATED AT 20 AMP MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

GREEN

BARE WhITE

L1

BLACK L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “B”

L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “C”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

3-3-2 SYSTEMS 4 WIRE (HOSPITAL) CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

3-3-2 5 WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP WHITE RATED AT 20 AMP MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

WhITE/RED BARE WhITE/BLACK L2

RED

L1

BLACK L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

L2 N2 G2 CIRCUIT “B”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

3-3-2 SYSTEMS CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

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3-3-2 8 WIRE SYSTEM Black wire Red wire Blue wire White/Blue Stripe wire White/Red Stripe wire White wire Green/Yellow Stripe wire Bare aluminum

12AWG (hot) 12AWG (hot) 12AWG (hot) 12AWG (Neutral) 12AWG (Neutral) 12AWG (Neutral) 12AWG (Ground) 12AWG AL (Ground)

CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP WHITE RATED AT 20 AMP MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

L3

BLUE WhITE/BLUE GREEN WhITE/RED BARE WhITE/BLACK

L2

RED

L1

BLACK

L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

L3 N3 G1 CIRCUIT “C”

L2 N2 G1 CIRCUIT “B”

3-3-2 SYSTEMS 8 WIRE (HOSPITAL) CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

4-2-2 5 WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP (CSA 15 AMP) WHITE RATED AT 35 AMP (CSA 26 AMP) MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

L3

BLUE

BARE WhITE/BLACK L2

RED

L1

BLACK L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

L2 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “B”

L3 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “C”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

4-2-2 SYSTEMS 5 WIRE CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

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4-2-2 8 WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP (CSA 15 AMP) WHITE RATED AT 35 AMP (CSA 26 AMP) MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

PINK

L4

BLUE

L3

WhITE/RED GREEN/YELLOW BARE WhITE/BLACK L2

RED

L1

BLACK L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

L2 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “B”

L3 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “C”

L4 N2 IG CIRCUIT “D”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

4-2-2 SYSTEMS 2+2 CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

CONNECTION TO A GROUNDED THREE-PHASE SYSTEM RATING: 120/208V, 3 PHASE WYE 60H, 20 AMP (CSA 15 AMP) WHITE RATED AT 35 AMP (CSA 26 AMP) MULTIWIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT

PINK

L4

BLUE

L3

WhITE/RED GREEN/YELLOW BARE WhITE/BLACK L2

RED

L1

BLACK L1 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “A”

L2 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “B”

L3 N1 G1 CIRCUIT “C”

L4 N2 IG CIRCUIT “D”

RECEPTACLE CONNECTIONS (LOAD)

4-2-2 SYSTEMS 3+1 CONFIGURATION SCHEMATIC

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Power Options Power Inside Inline Post (Monogamy) DIRTT does offer an electrical solution where light switches or power MUST be located adjacent to a door frame in the office front, or in a glass elevation. The door frame itself is not large enough to chase power through or mount devices, hence if there is a power requirement for an office front with full-height glass panels specified we must introduce a post to house these components. Our preferred option is to relocate the light switch or power requirement to the dividing wall at the end of the door in the open position rather than introduce a heavy element on an otherwise sleek front design, but if the project requirements demand this solution, we will introduce a ‘Monogamy’ and locate the device in the post. Light switches and power are Level 2 only. You can only offer a single gang box/device and you cannot specify back to back power/light switches; the heights must be offset due to the box depth; if specifying modular power you must also specify a narrow trim ring as the standard wider trim ring exceeds the post width. Due to spatial availability for conduit/ flex runs there are maximum two boxes per post. (refer to the images below) This is also how we deal with electric strikes; strike is mounted to an inline post next to the strike side jamb; wiring is run up or down the post to connect to the base building and Card reader supplied and installed “by others”.

Figure 9: Power inside an Inline Post (Monogamy)

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Electrical Reports/Listings and Reference Standards DIRTT holds multiple UL Listings & CSA Reports. Listings below relate specifically to wall mounted components and may reference components contained in other Listings. DIRTT - UL Listing Reports E210896 Volume 1 Section 1 E210896 Volume 1 Section 2 E212646 Volume 1 Section 1 E212646 Volume 1 Section 3 E212646 Volume 1 Section 4 E212646 Volume 1 Section 6 E328144 Volume 1 Section 1 E468975 volume 1 Section 1

Power Harnesses, Power/Conduit Whips, Power Extenders Pre-wired Distribution Box & Junction Box Assemblies (Level 4) Metallic Outlet Boxes and Trim Rings/Faceplates Metallic Outlet Boxes (Shallow) Metallic Outlet Boxes (KI) Metallic Outlet Boxes, Cover plates Pre-wired Distribution Box Assemblies (Level 3) Sections & Units (USL/CNL - DIRTT Wall Systems)

UL Standards UL 183 UL 514A UL 514C UL 514D ANSI/NFPA 70 UL QQXX

Standard for Safety for Manufactured Wiring Systems Standard for Safety for Metallic Outlet Boxes Standard for Nonmetallic Boxes and Covers Standard for Cover Plates for Flush-Mounted Wiring Devices National Electrical Code (NEC), 2008 Edition Sections and Units

DIRTT - CSA Listing Reports 2117966

Class 6242 05/Class 6242 85

2563936 1514152 1014788 1039557

Class 4411 01/4411 81 Class 4413 02/4413 82 Class 4612 01/4612 81 Class 6242 03/6242 83

Power Harnesses, Power/Conduit Whips, Power Extenders and Pre-wired Distribution Box & Junction Box Assemblies (Level 3 & 4) Outlet Boxes and Fittings - Boxes Outlet Box and Fittings - Plates and Cover Plates Boxes Miscellaneous Wiring Systems and Accessories - Modular

CSA Standards CSA C22.2 No. 0 CSA C22.2 No. 203.1-94 CSA C22.2 No. 18.1-04 CSA C22.2 No. 42-1999 CSA C22.2 No. 42.1-2000 CSA C22.2 No 203-M91 CSA C22.2 No. 0.4-04 CSA C22.2 No. C22.1-12

General Requirements - Canadian Electrical Code Part II Manufactured Wiring Products Metallic Outlet Boxes General Use Receptacles, Attachment Plugs and Similar Wiring Devices Cover Plates for Flush mounted wiring devices Modular Wiring Systems for Office Furniture Bonding and Grounding of Electrical Equipment (Protective Grounding) Canadian Electric Code, Part I, Safety Standard for Electrical Installations

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LIMITED WARRANTY

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DIRTT Limited Warranty

Limited Warranty DIRTT Environmental Solutions (“DIRTT”), 7303 – 30TH Street SE, Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6, warrants the products sold by DIRTT to be free from defects in material and workmanship in normal use and service. DIRTT will repair or replace any defective parts falling under this limited warranty for ten (10) years from the date of purchase and will be responsible for reasonable labor and shipping costs incident to repairing or replacing any such defective parts, subject to the exclusions set forth herein. This limited warranty does not cover any damage that occurs as a result of installation or normal wear and tear. This limited warranty will also not cover any damage from force majeure. The benefits of this limited warranty shall extend only to the original buyers of DIRTT products purchased through DIRTT’s authorized Distribution Partners, and not to any subsequent purchasers or third parties. Any product, part, or component must have been installed, maintained and used in the manner in which they were intended according to DIRTT’s published information at www.dirtt.net, in order to be eligible for coverage under this limited warranty and must not have been subject to misuse or abuse.

WHAT WILL WE DO TO CORRECT THE PROBLEMS? DIRTT will repair or replace, at DIRTT’s option, any part of the product, or the entire product, that is defective in material or workmanship in normal use and service. DIRTT may require inspection by a factory representative prior to any repairs or replacement. For additional information regarding this warranty please contact your DIRTT Distribution Partner.

HOW DO YOU GET SERVICE? Contact your DIRTT Distribution Partner. He or she will identify or verify the problem and notify DIRTT. Pictures may also be needed to help the DIRTT Team determine problem areas. Warranty claims and resolution will be handled by your DIRTT Distribution Partner.

DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS | DIRTT Limited Warranty


ARE THERE EXCEPTIONS? Some. For example, DIRTT’s warranty does not cover: •

Customer’s Own Materials (COM) – textiles, finishes, etc. •

DIRTT tests Customer’s Own Material (COM) and other client-supplied items for manufacturing quality only and does not provide any warranty with regard to these materials;

Maintenance of other manufacturers’ products, except to pass through their warranty where applicable and where possible;

Normal wear and tear;

Natural variations in wood grain or the presence of character marks; Changes in surface finishes due to aging or exposure to light;

The colorfastness or the matching of colors of textiles, including an exact match to cuttings or to swatch cards;

Products exposed to extreme environmental conditions or improper storage;

Damage due to force majeure.

DIRTT Barn Door V2 Softclose has Limited 1 Year Warranty. Abuse not covered.

THE FOLLOWING WILL VOID THE WARRANTY: • Failure to apply, install or maintain products according to published DIRTT instructions and guidelines available at www.dirtt.net (If you do not already have one, you may either request a password to gain access to these documents, or have them emailed to you.); • Any abuse, misuse, or accident; • Alteration or modification of the product.

THIS WARRANTY APPLIES WORLDWIDE: EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS WARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN, DIRTT MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, HOWEVER ARISING, ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED. IN NO EVENT SHALL DIRTT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFITS OR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF THE SAME, AND THE SOLE REMEDY OF DIRTT DISTRIBUTION PARTNERS’ AND THEIR CUSTOMERS SHALL BE, AT DIRTT’S ELECTION, REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE PART(S) OR PRODUCT(S) UNDER WARRANTY, OR THE RETURN OF ALL PAYMENTS RECEIVED BY DIRTT WITH RESPECT TO SUCH PRODUCT(S). THE REMEDIES SET FORTH IN THIS INSTRUMENT ARE EXCLUSIVE, AND THE LIABILITY OF DIRTT WITH RESPECT TO ANY CONTRACT OR SALE OR AYTHING DONE IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, IN TORT, UNDER ANY WARRANTY, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL NOT, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN, EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT(S) ON WHICH SUCH LIABILITY IS BASED.

Effective August 2013

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APPLICATION FOR OSHPD PREAPPROVAL OF MANUFACTURER’S CERTIFICATION (OPM)

OFFICE USE ONLY

APPLICATION #:

OPM-0044-13

OSHPD Preapproval of Manufacturer’s Certification (OPM) Type:

New

Renewal

Update to Pre-CBC 2013 OPA Number:

2275-07

Manufacturer Information Manufacturer:

Dirtt Environmental Solutions LTD

Manufacturer’s Technical Representative: Mailing Address: Telephone:

Trevor Didluck

th

7303 – 30 Street SE, Calgary Alberta, T2C 1N6

403-723-5017 desk / 403-471-7274 cell

Email:

tdidluck@DIRTT.net

Product Information Product Name: Product Type:

Curvilinear, Rectilinear, Blade and single sided Glass Walls. Solid Walls Interior Partition Walls

Product Model Number: General Description:

OPM-0044-13

See Drawings for part numbers

Bill Staehlin

Interior partition walls consisting of aluminum extrusion frames that capture glass or support mdf

Tiles. Frames are screwed together and typically weigh11/15/2013 5.5 psf or less. Walls are mechanically attached at the sill and laterally braced at the head with wire ties or steel studs with mechanical fasteners.

Applicant Information Applicant Company Name:

Same as Manufacturer

Contact Person:

Same as Manufacturer

Mailing Address:

Same as Manufacturer

Telephone:

Same as Manufacturer

Email:

Same as Manufacturer

I hereby agree to reimburse the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development review fees in accordance with the California Administrative Code, 2013. Signature of Applicant: Title:

Codes & Compliance

Date: Company Name:

29-Oct-2013

DIRTT Environmental Solutions LTD.

“Access to Safe, Quality Healthcare Environments that Meet California’s Diverse and Dynamic Needs” STATE OF CALIFORNIA – HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY

11/15/2013

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

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OSH-FD-700 (REV 1/24/13)

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Registered Design Professional Preparing Engineering Recommendations Company Name: Name:

Rice Engineering

Brad Kuehl

Mailing Address: Telephone:

California License Number:

66394

105 School Creek Trail

920-845-1042

Email:

bradkuehl@rice-inc.com

OSHPD Special Seismic Certification Preapproval (OSP) Special Seismic Certification is preapproved under OSP(Separate application for OSP is required) Special Seismic Certification is not preapproved

Certification Method(s) Testing in accordance with: Other*

ICC-ES AC156

FM 1950-10

(Please Specify):

OPM-0044-13 *Use of test criteria other than those adopted by the California Building Standards Code, 2013 (CBSC 2013) for component supports and attachments are not permitted. For Staehlin distribution system, interior partition wall, and suspended Bill ceiling seismic bracings, test criteria other than those adopted in the CBSC 2013 may be used when approved by OSHPD prior to testing.

11/15/2013

Analysis Experience Data

Combination of Testing, Analysis, and/or Experience Data

(Please Specify):

List of Attachments Supporting the Manufacturer’s Certification Test Report Other(s)

Drawings

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OFFICE USE ONLY – OSHPD APPROVAL VALID FOR CBC 2013 ONLY Signature: Print Name: Title:

Date:

November 15, 2013

Bill Staehlin

Senior Structural Engineer

Condition of Approval (if applicable):

“Access to Safe, Quality Healthcare Environments that Meet California’s Diverse and Dynamic Needs”

11/15/2013

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

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A1.

This OSHPD Preapproval of Manufacturer's Certification (OPM) is based on the CBC 2013. The demand (design forces) for use with this OPM shall be based on the CBC 2013. All Construction, Testings, and Inspections shall conform to the California Building Code (CBC), 2013 Edition Partition Wall Dead Loads (ASD): a. Maximum Wall Panel Weight = 5.5 PSF b. Minimum Wall Panel Weight = 4.2 PSF Seismic Design Forces per 2013 CBC 1613A & ASCE 7-10: a. Maximum SDS and z/h Varies: See Table Below:

GENERAL NOTES: A2. A3. A4.

A5. A6.

A7. A8. A9.

A10.

A11.

A12. A13.

b. Risk Catergory: IV. Component Importance Factor: IP = 1.5 c. Component Amplification/Response Factors: aP = 1.0 / RP = 2.5 d. Ωo = 2.5 (Concrete anchor design) Typical details apply to all construction except where shown differently elsewhere. The supporting wall structure must be capable of withstanding the loads imposed by DIRTT partition wall system(s) acting in conjunction with the loads specified in the paragraph above. In addition, the structure must provide suitable anchorage for the DIRTT partition walls and must be erected within specified building tolerances. Unless detailed, specified, or indicated otherwise, construction shall be as indicated in the applicable typical details and general notes. Typical details are meant to apply even though no reference at specific locations or in specific drawings. Notify the structural engineer of any conflicts and do not proceed with the work until conflicts are resolved. Contractor shall inspect all existing conditions which affect the work shown and shall notify engineer of any existing conditions which conflict with or differ from the new work shown. Contractor shall not proceed with the work until these conflicts and/or differences are resolved. Contractor shall field verify all dimensions prior to work. The contractor is completely responsible for the conduct of the work, including all construction methods and procedures; site safety; and methods, design, and material for temporary vertical and lateral support of existing and new structures. Engineer's site observation visits shall not be interpreted as a review of contractor's safety measures. Anchor forces shown on the drawings are a combination of ASD and LRFD loads and are noted as such. Anchor forces are based on SDS = 1.98g and z/h = 1 which are the maximum's associated with this OPM, though these maximums do not occur simultaneously. Where dissimilar metals are in contact, protect surfaces with a coat of bituminous paint. Separation of dissimilar materials is not the responsibility of DIRTT or Rice Engineering. If a site specific job has associated SDS values that fallout outside the range reported in this OPM, the manufacturer, DIRTT, has other solutions and details that are not contained within this OPM. Such site specific jobs should be brought to DIRTT's attention for further engineering analysis.

INSPECTION & OBSERVATION

B1.

It is the contractors responsibility to coordinate all inspections by the enforcement agency, as per section 110 of the CBC, 2013 Edition. In addition the contractor will coordinate all special inspections and structural observation with the structural engineer of record per section 1704A of the CBC. Additional costs incurred by the failure of the contractor to coordinate inspection requirements shall be the responsibility of the contractor. All special inspections not done by the structural engineer shall be done by an approved agent retained by the owner.

11/20/2013

INSPECTION / TESTING OF EXPANSION BOLTS/SCREW ANCHORS C1.

C2.

C3.

C4.

Bill Staehlin

OPM-0044-13

Approved Concrete Anchors a. 3/8" Ø Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ (KB-TZ) (ICC-ESR-1917). b. 3/8" Ø Power-Stud + SD1 (ICC-ESR-2818). c. 1/4" Ø Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) (ICC-ESR-3027). Concrete substrate for anchor design/installation shall have a minimum concrete compressive strength (f'c) = 3000 psi, normal or sand-lightweight. Anchors are acceptable for use in cracked concrete with no supplementary reinforcement necessary (Condition B). Testing a. Testing is required for 3/8" Ø Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ (KB-TZ), 3/8' Ø Power-Stud + SD1, and 1/4" Ø Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) anchors. Testing of post-installed anchors shall be done in the presence of the special inspector and a report of the results shall be sumbitted to OSHPD. b. The following are manufacturer's recommended installation torques per mentioned ICC-ESR reports and shall qualify as the required test loads for the 3/8" Ø expansion anchors: i) 3/8" Ø Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ (KB-TZ) = 25 ft*lb ii) 3/8" Ø Power-Stud + SD1 = 20 ft*lb The 1/4" Ø Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) shall be tension tested to one and a quarter (1.25) times the maximum design strength = 1.25 * 374 lb ≈ 470 lb. Test Acceptance Criteria a. The torque wrench method shall be used on the 3/8" Ø expansion anchors as criteria for anchor test acceptance. A calibrated torque wrench must attain the specified torque for mentioned anchor type within one-quarter (1/4) turn of the nut. b.The hydraulic ram method shall be used on the 1/4" Ø Hilti HUS-EZ anchor as criteria for anchor test acceptance. Anchors shall maintain the minimum test load tension requirement of 470 lb for a minimum of 15 seconds and shall exhibit no discernible movement during the tension test as evidenced by the loosening of the washer under the nut.

11/20/2013

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OF RECORD (SEOR) OR PROJECT PRINCIPAL - IN - CHARGE

D1. Verify that the concrete slab and/or deck which the wall is anchored to meets minimum thickness and compressive strength. D2. Verify that the anchors are an adequate distance from any slab openings or edges. D3. Verify that the anchors are an adequate distance from any new or existing anchors. D4. Design any supplementary members and their attachment which the wall is anchored to. D5. Verify the adequacy of any existing members and their attachment which the wall is anchored to for the forces exerted on them by the wall in addition to all other loads and forces. D6. Verify that the installation is in conformance with the 2013 CBC and with the details shown in this pre-approval. D7. Manufacturer, project principal-in-charge, and/or SEOR must verify that the wall's actual weight, CG location, anchor locations, anchor details and the material and gauge of the wall where attachments are made agree with the information shown in this pre-approval. D8. Verify that the existing wood joist which the wall is anchored to has a minimum specific gravity, SG, equal to 0.42 and has capacity to support the indicated load. D9. Verify that the suspended ceiling grid does not tie/connect to or support off the partition wall. D10. Verify that the top seismic braces are clear, minimum of 6", from building duct, pipe and conduit to avoid impact during an earthquake. E1.

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION & DESIGN CRITERIA E2. E3.

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

Glass panels shall be 1/4" thick fully tempered with maximum panel dimensions as specified in the drawings. Solid wall tiles shall be 1/2" thick medium density fiberboard (MDF) with a minimum Modulus of Rupture (MOR) = 3000 psi. Deflection to be a limit of L/175 or 3/4” maximum for glass wall frame members & panels. Deflection to be a limit of L/120 for solid wall frame members and for members with flexible finishes.

E4. Aluminum members shall be alloy-temper 6063-T6 (F y = 25 ksi). Members designed per the Aluminum Association's 2010 Aluminum Design Manual. E5. Steel plates, threaded rods, and leveler parts shall be minimum ASTM A36 (Fy = 36 ksi). Steel designed per the AISC 360-10 / 14th Edition Steel Construction Manual. E6. Steel welds to be E70XX or better. Steel weld alloy to have a minimum ultimate tensile strength, Fu, of 70 ksi. E7. Steel studs shall be ASTM A1003, Grade 33 Type H (ST33H), minimum 20 gauge (0.0359” thick), and minimum yield strength F y = 33 ksi. Steel studs designed per AISI 100-07/S2-10 North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members. E8. Wire to be minimum 12 gauge galvanized, soft-annealed mild carbon steel manufactured in accordance with ASTM A641 (Diameter = 0.106”, F y = 48 ksi, Fu = 63 ksi, minimum). E9. Sheet metal screws designed in accordance with OPD-0001-13 and AISI S100-07/S2-10 and shall have a minimum yield strength of F y = 30 ksi and ultimate tensile strength Fu = 75 ksi. E10. Wood screws designed in accordance with NDS-12 (ANSI/ASME Standard B18.6.1). Wood members assumed minimum specific gravity (SG) = 0.42 for wood screw design. E11. Powers Power-Stud+ SD1, Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ (KB-TZ), and/or Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) concrete anchors with specified diameters, embedment depths, minimum concrete slab thicknesses, minimum edge distances, and spacing's shall be used as specified in the drawings. Anchors to be installed per manufacturers' specifications. E12. Concrete substrate assumed to be minimum f' c = 3000 psi, sand-lightweight, cracked, and no supplementary reinforcement present (Condition B) for anchor design.

INSTRUCTIONS TO END USERS F1. For more information, please call: DIRTT Environmental Solutions LTD 7303 30 Street SE Calgary, Canada T2C 1N6 (403) 723-5000 F2. There are five wall profile types: a. Curvilinear Glass Wall: See Sheet A1 b. Rectilinear Glass Wall: See Sheet A1 c. Blade Glass Wall: See Sheet A1 d. Single-Sided Glass Wall: See Sheet A1 e. Solid Wall: See Sheet A2 F3. Wall Bracing Details: Sill: See Sheet 5 & 6 Header: See Sheet 8 Ceiling: See Sheet 9 & 10

DRAWING INDEX In scope of OPM 1.0 - General Notes 2.0 - Wall Section With Tiebacks 3.0 - Typical Top Of DIRTT Wall Bracing Plan 4.0 - Glass Wall Base Track & Anchor Details 5.0 - Solid Wall Base Track & Anchor Details 6.0 - Glass Wall Leveler Assembly Details 7.0 - Solid Wall Leveler Assembly Details 8.0 - Top Of Wall Brace Details 9.0 - Wire Tieback Anchor Details At Ceiling 10.0 - Stud Tieback Anchor Details At Ceiling 11.0 - Detailed Tieback Connections To Ceiling 12.0 - Acceptable Concrete Filled Metal Deck Profile & Anchor Placement Details

Appendix (Not in Scope of OPM) A1.0 - Glass Wall Sections & Section Properties A2.0 - Solid Wall Sections & Section Properties A3.0 - Top Of Wall Splice Details

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

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No. 66394 Exp. 6-30-2014

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This Certification is limited to the structural design of structural components of this Interior Partition Wall System. It does NOT include responsibility for: x Structural design of gaskets and sealants. x7he manufacture, assembly, or installation of the system. xQuantities of materials or dimensional accuracy of drawings xSeparation of dissimilar materials

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PROJECT NAME:

DIRTT Partition Walls OSHPD OPM-0044-13

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SHOP DRAWING

11/1/13

SCALE:

1.0

SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

PROJECT MANAGER:

PM

DRAWN BY: REI - ALR

DATE:

21x34 SCALE AS NOTED 11x17 HALF SCALE AS NOTED

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2.0

11/15/2013

30-45 DEG.

SEE DETAILS 1 THRU 6 ON SHEET 8.0 FOR HEADER BRACE DETAILS

DIRTT WALL FRAME

FLOOR

GLASS AND SOLID WALL CENTER OF GRAVITY LOCATION AT WALL MID-HEIGHT. 6MM GLASS WALL WEIGHT = 4.2 PSF SOLID WALL WEIGHT = 5.5 PSF

SEE DETAILS 1A & 2A ON SHEET 4.0 & 5.0 FOR WALL BASE DETAILS

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

DECK

12' MAX.

-SEE DETAILS 1 THRU 4 ON SHEET 9.0 FOR WIRE TIEBACK ANCHOR DETAILS -SEE DETAILS 1 THRU 4 ON SHEET 10.0 FOR STUD TIEBACK ANCHOR DETAILS (2) 12 GAUGE (0.106"∅) GALVANIZED, SOFT ANNEALED MILD CARBON STEEL WIRE (ASTM A641) OR (1) 20 GAUGE (0.0359" THICK) ASTM A1003, GRADE 33 TYPE H (ST33H) STUD OUT-OF-PLANE BRACE AT INDICATED SPACING. SEE SHEET 3.0 FOR PLAN VIEW TIEBACK LAYOUT

GENERIC WALL SECTION WITH WALL HEADER OUT-OF-PLANE BRACING SHOWN

EDGE/END OF PARTITION WALL RUN OR PARTITION WALL CORNER

OPM-0044-13

Bill Staehlin DIRTT PARTITION WALL FRAME MEMBERS. INTERMEDIATE MEMBERS (IF EXIST) NOT SHOWN HERE

4" MAX.

11/15/2013 12' MAX.

BASE TRACK

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

DECK

1

3.0

6" MIN.

BASE TRACK SPLICE. MIN. 6" FROM CLOSEST ANCHOR.

GLASS WALL 60" WIDE MAX. 24" WIDE MIN.

DIRTT PARTITION WALL FRAMES (TOP WALL OUT-OF-PLANE BRACING NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)

SOLID WALL 48" WIDE MAX. 24" WIDE MIN.

LEVELERS AT EACH END OF SILL

4" MAX.

(3) ANCHORS AT EVERY MODULE JOINT. (1) ANCHOR AT JOINT AND (1) ANCHOR EACH SIDE (MAX. 4") JOINT CENTERLINE.

SEE DETAILS 1 & 2 ON SHEET 4.0 & 5.0 FOR WALL BASE DETAILS

GENERIC WALL ELEVATION (OUT-OF-PLANE BRACING NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)

4" MAX. (TYP.)

2

2.0

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

Nov. 07, 2013

No. 66394 Exp. 6-30-2014

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This Certification is limited to the structural design of structural components of this Interior Partition Wall System. It does NOT include responsibility for: x Structural design of gaskets and sealants. x7he manufacture, assembly, or installation of the system. xQuantities of materials or dimensional accuracy of drawings xSeparation of dissimilar materials

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DIRTT Partition Walls OSHPD OPM-0044-13

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SHOP DRAWING

11/1/13

SCALE:

2.0

SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

PROJECT MANAGER:

PM

DRAWN BY: REI - ALR

DATE:

21x34 SCALE AS NOTED 11x17 HALF SCALE AS NOTED

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AT STRAIGHT RUNS *

(2) WIRE TIEBACKS OR (1) STUD TIEBACK

OUT-OF-PLANE BRACING AT 48" MAX. O.C. SPACING (TYP.)

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3.0

OUT-OF-PLANE BRACING AT 48" MAX. O.C. SPACING (TYP.)

3

WALL FRAME-TO-FRAME CONNECTION DETAIL AT HEADER

A3.0

OPM-0044-13

1

A3.0

A3.0

2 Bill Staehlin

11/15/2013

(2) WIRE TIEBACKS OR (1) STUD TIEBACK

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

TYPICAL TOP OF DIRTT WALL BRACING PLAN SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

AT TEE INTERSECTION *

18" O.C. MAX.

(2) WIRE TIEBACKS OR (1) STUD TIEBACK

OUT-OF-PLANE BRACING AT 48" MAX. O.C. SPACING (TYP.)

18" O.C. MAX.

AT 90° INTERSECTION *

*NOTES: 1. Shown are Y-brackets & (2) wire tiebacks in plan view. (2) Wire tiebacks & eye nut or (1) stud tieback & Y-bracket are also acceptable. 2. Steel stud tiebacks may be used for the bracing of the partition wall headers to the ceiling deck. Maximum out-of-plane tieback bracing shall not exceed 48" O.C. spacing. Studs to be minimum SSMA 250S162-33 designation (Fy = 33 ksi). Alternating studs on y-bracket is recommended. 3. Steel wire tiebacks may be used for the bracing of the partition wall headers to the ceiling deck. Use (2) wire tiebacks for each DIRTT y-bracket or eye nut with wires applied in 180 degree directions. Maximum out-of-plane tiebacks bracing shall not exceed 48" O.C. spacing. Wire to be 12 gauge (0.106" ∅) galvanized, soft annealed carbon steel (ASTM A641).

18" O.C. MAX.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

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No. 66394 Exp. 6-30-2014

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SHOP DRAWING

11/1/13

SCALE:

3.0

SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

PROJECT MANAGER:

PM

DRAWN BY: REI - ALR

DATE:

21x34 SCALE AS NOTED 11x17 HALF SCALE AS NOTED

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2

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4.0

4.0

1B 1A

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM SILL MEMBER

TOP ASSEMBLY

Tmax

Vmax(in)

VERTICAL ALUMINUM MEMBER

2.47"

4" MAX.

0.75" 0.75"

SPLIT SADDLE BASE TRACK BASE (CONTINUOUS) 3-3/8" MAX. TRACK

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

BASE TRACK

Tmax

Vmax(in)

2.25" MAX.

DRIVE COLLAR BASE ASSEMBLY

Vmax(in) Tmax

Tmax

Vmax(in)

4" MAX.

(SEE NOTE 1)

FLOOR

4.0

1A

4.0

2A

Use (3) 3/8" Dia. Powers-Stud+ SD1 Carbon Steel Expansion Anchors at Each Module Joint at Spacing Shown. Minimum of (2) Anchors per Base Track Section. (ICC-ESR-2818) f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-3/8" Min. Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 9" Spacing = 4" Min. Slab Thickness = 4"

FLOOR

(SEE NOTE 1)

Tmax

Vmax(in)

BUTT LEVELER TOP PLATE AGAINST FRAME VERTICAL

DRIVE COLLAR

Tmax 4" MAX.

BASE ASSEMBLY Vmax(in)

4" MAX.

BASE ANCHOR

VERTICAL ALUMINUM MEMBER

TOP ASSEMBLY

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM SILL MEMBER

GLASS WALL BASE ELEVATION - V1 BOXCAR

4.0

2B 2A 4.0

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

GLASS WALL BASE ELEVATION - V2 LOW PROFILE

11/15/2013

2.47"

3-3/8" MAX.

FLOOR

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL GLASS POCKET IN VERTICAL SECTION GLASS PANEL PVC (PLASTIC) WIPE RUNNING FULL LENGTH OF HORIZONTAL SILL SECTION HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM BOXCAR SILL SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE AND RECTILINEAR BOXCAR SILL SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE)

STEEL LEVELER TOP PLATE SLIDES INTO GLASS SILL HORIZONTAL SECTION

USE (6) #10 SCREWS TO ATTACH EACH END OF HORIZONTAL SILL SECTION TO FRAME VERTICAL. (USE 4 SCREWS FOR BLADE BOXCAR SECTION)

(2) ALUMINUM SPLIT BOXCAR BASE TRACK SECTIONS

GLASS WALL BOXCAR PROFILE STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY

(SEE NOTE 1 & 2)

ALUMINUM SADDLE BOXCAR BASE TRACK

(4) #8 TEK SCREWS ATTACHING SPLIT BASE TRACK TO LEVELER AND SADDLE BASE TRACK

NOTE: BASE ANCHOR NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

GLASS WALL BASE SECTION - V1 BOXCAR

OPM-0044-13

CONCRETE ANCHOR OPTIONS

NOTE: HOLES THRU BASE TRACK MAX. 1/16" OVERSIZED, TYP.)

4.0

1B

4.0

2B

Use (3) 1/4" Dia. Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) Carbon Steel Screw Anchor at Each Module Joint at Spacing Shown. Minimum of (2) Anchors per Base Track Section. (ICC-ESR-3027) f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-1/2" Min. Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 12" Spacing = 4" Min. Slab Thickness = 5"

STEEL HEX NUT AND BASE PLATE COVER

GLASS WALL LOW PROFILE STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY

USE (6) #10 SCREWS TO ATTACH EACH END OF HORIZONTAL SILL SECTION TO FRAME VERTICAL STEEL LEVELER TOP PLATE SLIDES INTO GLASS SILL HORIZONTAL SECTION

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE SILL SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE, RECTILINEAR, AND SINGLE SIDED LOW PROFILE SILL SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE)

PVC (PLASTIC) WIPE RUNNING FULL LENGTH OF HORIZONTAL SILL SECTION

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL GLASS POCKET IN VERTICAL SECTION GLASS PANEL

11/15/2013

Bill Staehlin

Use (3) 3/8" Dia. Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ Carbon Steel Expansion Anchor at Each Module Joint at Spacing Shown. Minimum of (2) Anchors per Base Track Section. (ICC-ESR-1917) f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-5/8" Min. Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 10" Spacing = 4" Min. Slab Thickness = 4"

1.0"

2.25" MAX.

(SEE NOTE 1 & 2)

ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE BASE TRACK SECTION NOTE: BASE ANCHOR NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY

FLOOR

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

GLASS WALL BASE SECTION - V2 LOW PROFILE

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

Vmax(out) FLOOR

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM BOXCAR SILL SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE AND RECTILINEAR BOXCAR SILL SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE)

STEEL LEVELER TOP PLATE SLIDES INTO GLASS SILL HORIZONTAL SECTION

ALUMINUM SADDLE BOXCAR BASE TRACK

GLASS WALL (BOXCAR) STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY (BOTTOM HALF OF LEVELER, (4) #8 TEK SCREWS, AND (2) SPLIT BASE TRACKS NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)

CONCRETE ANCHOR AT INDICATED MAXIMUM SPACING. CENTER ANCHOR ON BASE TRACK AS SHOWN

(SEE NOTE 1 & 3)

(SEE NOTE 1 & 3)

CONCRETE ANCHOR AT INDICATED MAXIMUM SPACING. CENTER ANCHOR ON BASE TRACK AS SHOWN

ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE BASE TRACK SECTION

LOW PROFILE STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY (BOTTOM HALF NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE SILL SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE, RECTILINEAR, AND SINGLE SIDED LOW PROFILE SILL SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE)

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL

GLASS WALL BASE ANCHOR DETAIL - V1 BOXCAR

ANCHOR FORCES: (LRFD) Vmax(in) = 944 lb Vmax(out) = 590 lb Tmax = 808 lb Anchor Forces Include Ωo = 2.5

FLOOR

Vmax(out)

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

GLASS WALL BASE ANCHOR DETAIL - V2 LOW PROFILE

NOTES: 1. LEVELER ASSEMBLY DETAILS FOR GLASS WALL SEE SHEET 6.0. 2. ANCHOR NOT SHOWN IN DETAIL FOR CLARITY. 3. LOWER HALF OF LEVELER ASSEMBLY NOT SHOWN IN DETAIL FOR CLARITY.

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

Nov. 07, 2013

No. 66394 Exp. 6-30-2014

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This Certification is limited to the structural design of structural components of this Interior Partition Wall System. It does NOT include responsibility for: x Structural design of gaskets and sealants. x7he manufacture, assembly, or installation of the system. xQuantities of materials or dimensional accuracy of drawings xSeparation of dissimilar materials

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DIRTT Partition Walls OSHPD OPM-0044-13

 Solutions, LTD

SHOP DRAWING

11/1/13

SCALE:

4.0

SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

PROJECT MANAGER:

PM

DRAWN BY: REI - ALR

DATE:

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5.0

2

5.0

5.0

5.0

1B 1A

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM SILL MEMBER VERTICAL ALUMINUM MEMBER

4" MAX.

0.75" 0.75"

TOP ASSEMBLY 0.71"

Tmax

Vmax(in)

SADDLE BASE TRACK (CONTINUOUS) SPLIT 5" MAX. BASE TRACK

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

5.0 VERTICAL ALUMINUM MEMBER

4" MAX.

BASE ANCHOR

DRIVE COLLAR BASE ASSEMBLY

Vmax(in) Tmax

Tmax

Vmax(in)

4" MAX.

(SEE NOTE 1)

FLOOR

FLOOR

5.0

1A

5.0

2A

Use (3) 3/8" Dia. Powers-Stud+ SD1 Carbon Steel Expansion Anchors at Each Module Joint at Spacing Shown. Minimum of (2) Anchors per Base Track Section. (ICC-ESR-2818) f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-3/8" Min. Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 9" Spacing = 4" Min. Slab Thickness = 4"

Vmax(in) Tmax

(SEE NOTE 1)

BUTT LEVELER TOP PLATE AGAINST FRAME VERTICAL

Tmax 4" MAX.

Vmax(in)

BASE ASSEMBLY

DRIVE COLLAR

2.20"

SOLID WALL BASE ELEVATION - V1 BOXCAR

5.0

2B 2A

Tmax

Vmax(in)

4" MAX.

TOP ASSEMBLY

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM SILL MEMBER

BASE TRACK

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

SOLID WALL BASE ELEVATION - V2 LOW PROFILE

11/15/2013

5" MAX.

FLOOR NOTE: BASE ANCHOR NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM (MADONNA) SILL SECTION ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL

STEEL LEVELER TOP PLATE SLIDES INTO HORIZONTAL SILL SECTIONS

USE (3) #10 SCREWS TO ATTACH EACH END OF HORIZONTAL SILL SECTION TO FRAME VERTICAL

SOLID WALL TILES AND CLIPS ATTACHED TO HORIZONTAL SILL SECTIONS SOLID WALL (BOXCAR) STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY (2) ALUMINUM SPLIT BASE TRACK SECTIONS (4) #8 TEK SCREWS ATTACHING SPLIT BASE TRACK TO LEVELER AND SADDLE BASE TRACK SECTION ALUMINUM SADDLE BASE TRACK

(SEE NOTE 1 & 2)

SOLID WALL BASE SECTION - V1 BOXCAR

OPM-0044-13

CONCRETE ANCHOR OPTIONS

NOTE: HOLES THRU BASE TRACK MAX. 1/16" OVERSIZED, TYP.)

5.0

1B

5.0

2B

Use (3) 1/4" Dia. Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) Carbon Steel Screw Anchor at Each Module Joint at Spacing Shown. Minimum of (2) Anchors per Base Track Section. (ICC-ESR-3027) f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-1/2" Min. Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 12" Spacing = 4" Min. Slab Thickness = 5"

(SEE NOTE 1 & 2)

ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE BASE TRACK SECTION

STEEL HEX NUT AND BASE PLATE COVER

SOLID WALL STEEL LOW PROFILE LEVELER

STEEL LEVELER TOP PLATE SLIDES INTO HORIZONTAL SILL SECTIONS SOLID WALL TILES AND CLIPS ATTACHED TO HORIZONTAL SILL SECTIONS HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE SILL SECTION

USE (3) #10 SCREWS TO ATTACH EACH END OF HORIZONTAL SILL SECTION TO FRAME VERTICAL

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL

11/15/2013

Bill Staehlin

Use (3) 3/8" Dia. Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ Carbon Steel Expansion Anchor at Each Module Joint at Spacing Shown. Minimum of (2) Anchors per Base Track Section. (ICC-ESR-1917) f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-5/8" Min. Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 10" Spacing = 4" Min. Slab Thickness = 4"

4" MAX. FLOOR NOTE: BASE ANCHOR NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

SOLID WALL BASE SECTION - V2 LOW PROFILE

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

Vmax(out) FLOOR

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM (MADONNA) SILL SECTION

STEEL LEVELER TOP PLATE SLIDES INTO HORIZONTAL SILL SECTIONS

SOLID WALL (BOXCAR) STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY (BOTTOM HALF OF LEVELER, (4) #8 TEK SCREWS, AND (2) SPLIT BASE TRACKS NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)

ALUMINUM SADDLE BASE TRACK

CONCRETE ANCHOR AT INDICATED MAXIMUM SPACING. CENTER ANCHOR ON BASE TRACK AS SHOWN

CONCRETE ANCHOR AT INDICATED MAXIMUM SPACING. CENTER ANCHOR ON BASE TRACK AS SHOWN

ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE BASE TRACK SECTION

LOW PROFILE STEEL LEVELER ASSEMBLY (BOTTOM HALF NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)

HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM LOW PROFILE SILL SECTION

ALUMINUM FRAME VERTICAL

(SEE NOTE 1 & 3)

(SEE NOTE 1 & 3)

SOLID WALL BASE ANCHOR DETAIL - V1 BOXCAR

ANCHOR FORCES: (LRFD) Vmax(in) = 944 lb Vmax(out) = 590 lb Tmax = 808 lb Anchor Forces Include Ωo = 2.5

FLOOR

Vmax(out)

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

SOLID WALL BASE ANCHOR DETAIL - V2 LOW PROFILE

NOTES: 1. LEVELER ASSEMBLY DETAILS FOR SOLID WALL SEE SHEET 7.0. 2. ANCHOR NOT SHOWN IN DETAIL FOR CLARITY. 3. LOWER HALF OF LEVELER ASSEMBLY NOT SHOWN IN DETAIL FOR CLARITY.

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ASSEMBLY TYPE

GLASS WALL LEVELER ASSEMBLY - V1

LEVELER ASSEMBLY PARTS AND DESCRIPTIONS (ALL PARTS ASTM A36, Fy = 36ksi, Fu = 58ksi)

4

3

2

1

#

BOXCAR LEVELER BASE THREADED ROD

BOXCAR GLASS LEVELER DRIVE COLLAR

BOXCAR GLASS LEVELER TOP COLLAR

BOXCAR GLASS LEVELER TOP PLATE

DESCRIPTION

12003

12004

12005

12009

12008

PART #

1

1

1

1

1

QTY

2

1

#

GLASS SEISMIC LEVELER BASE

SEISMIC BASE PLATE COVER

#1/2-13 x 4mm thick HEX NUT

GLASS LEVELER DRIVE COLLAR

GLASS LEVELER TOP ASSEMBLY

DESCRIPTION

92725

72691

STOCK

72593

92826

PART #

1

1

1

1

QTY

1

1

4

4

5

3

2

1

BOXCAR LEVELER BASE SPREADER PLATE

4

2

5

5

3

5

3

ASSEMBLED

GLASS WALL LEVELER ASSEMBLY SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

GLASS WALL LEVELER ASSEMBLY - V2

1

6.0

11/15/2013

1.0"

0.625"

2.0" 1.0"

2.64"

1/16"

3.60"

3.60"

2.59"

1.80"

1.29"

2.58"

2.58"

1.29"

1.80"

1.32" 1.32"

0.105" 1/16"

0.078"

0.875"

0.625"

E70XX

0.105"

TOP ASSEMBLY

2.50"

2.0"

0.078"

0.75"

0.75"

1/16"

4.95"

DRIVE COLLAR

I.D. = 0.5" (INTERNALLY THREADED)

1.43"

I.D. = 0.5" (INTERNALLY THREADED)

11/15/2013

Bill Staehlin

OPM-0044-13

E70XX

1.07"

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

3.17"

1.38"

1/4"

1.69"

1.69"

1/2"

0.85" 0.85"

0.50"

1.53" 0.105"

110°

1.05"

1.60"

FLAT LAYOUT

0.105"

BASE ASSEMBLY

0.25"

1.47"

0.74"0.74"

E70XX

FOLD LINE

E70XX

0.69" 0.69"

0.078"

1.38"

2.65"

1.46"

NON-STRUCTURAL PARTS

N/A

0.184"

BASE PLATE COVER

1.67"

0.0598"

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ASSEMBLY TYPE

SOLID WALL LEVELER ASSEMBLY - V1

LEVELER ASSEMBLY PARTS AND DESCRIPTIONS (ALL PARTS ASTM A36, Fy = 36ksi, Fu = 58ksi)

4

3

2

1

#

BOXCAR LEVELER BASE SPREADER PLATE

BOXCAR LEVELER BASE THREADED ROD

BOXCAR SOLID LEVELER DRIVE COLLAR

BOXCAR SOLID LEVELER TOP COLLAR

BOXCAR SOLID LEVELER TOP PLATE

DESCRIPTION

12002

12004

12005

12009

12012

PART #

1

1

1

1

1

QTY

SOLID LEVELER DRIVE COLLAR

SOLID LEVELER TOP ASSEMBLY

DESCRIPTION

72691

STOCK

12005

92827

PART #

1

1

1

1

1

QTY

1

1

#

#1/2-13 x 4mm thick HEX NUT

92723

3

2

5

4

2

SEISMIC BASE PLATE COVER

5

3

SOLID SEISMIC LEVELER BASE

1

4

2

3

4

5

ASSEMBLED

5

SOLID WALL LEVELER ASSEMBLY SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

SOLID WALL LEVELER ASSEMBLY - V2

1

7.0

11/15/2013

2.20"

2.0"

1.0"

2.0"

1.0"

1.02"

0.94"

1.88" 0.94"

1/16"

1.35"

1.10"

1.10"

0.625"

2.70" 1.35"

1.88" 0.105" 1/16"

E70XX

0.625"

0.105"

TOP ASSEMBLY

2.50"

2.20"

0.078"

2.50"

0.078"

0.875"

E70XX

0.75"

DRIVE COLLAR

4.95"

I.D. = 0.5" (INTERNALLY THREADED)

OPM-0044-13

1/16"

Bill Staehlin 11/15/2013 0.75" DIA. 4.95"

I.D. = 0.5" (INTERNALLY THREADED)

THREADS NOT SHOWN

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

3.17"

1.38"

0.50"

3.83"

1/4"

1.69"

0.85" 0.85"

1/2"

1.69"

E70XX

1.47"

0.74"0.74"

1.05"

2.65"

1.60"

FLAT LAYOUT

110°

0.105"

BASE ASSEMBLY

0.25"

FOLD LINE

E70XX

0.69" 0.69"

0.078"

1.38"

N/A

1.46"

NON-STRUCTURAL PARTS

1.67" 0.0598"

0.184"

BASE PLATE COVER

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Pmax,12

STEEL STUD TIEBACK (AT INDICATED SIZE AND SPACING)

.

"M IN

12 GAUGE STEEL Y-BRACKET PER DETAIL 9 1/2" DIAMETER STEEL THREADED ROD PER DETAIL 8

1 /2

(2) 1/4"∅ SELF DRILLING/ SELF TAPPING SCREWS FOR ATTACHMENT OF STUD WEB TO Y-BRACKET LEG(S)

2.25" MAX.

Pmax,12

30 - 45 DEG.

Pmax,12

ALTERNATE STUDS ON LEGS OF Y-BRACKET RECOMMENDED ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE, RECTILINEAR, AND SINGLE SIDED HEADER SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE)

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION

2

8.0

5

8.0

2.25" MAX.

(2) STEEL WIRE TIEBACKS (AT INDICATED SIZE AND SPACING) 12 GAUGE STEEL Y-BRACKET PER DETAIL 9 1/2" DIAMETER STEEL THREADED ROD PER DETAIL 8

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL PLATE AND CHANNEL TO HEADER SECTION PER DETAIL 7 (6) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING VERTICAL SECTION TO HEADER SECTION

(2) STEEL WIRE TIEBACKS (AT INDICATED SIZE AND SPACING)

30 - 45 DEG.

Pmax,12

Pmax,12

3

8.0

6

8.0

Pmax,10

30 - 45 DEG.

Pmax,10

ASTM A36 Fy = 36ksi Fu = 58ksi

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION GLASS PANEL

PVC (PLASTIC) WIPE RUNNING FULL LENGTH OF HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION

ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE, RECTILINEAR, AND SINGLE SIDED HEADER SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE)

EYE-NUT 4.375" MAX. C.L. TO WIRE CONNECTION

(2) STEEL WIRE TIEBACKS (AT INDICATED SIZE AND SPACING)

WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.) 1/2" DIAMETER STEEL THREADED ROD (CUT TO LENGTH) PER DETAIL 8

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

Pmax,10

WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.) 1/2" DIAMETER STEEL THREADED ROD (CUT TO LENGTH) PER DETAIL 8

7/8" 0.44"

" .51 .0 DIA

A. DI ES 4" C 1/ PLA 2

(SEE NOTES 1, 3 & 4)

Pmax,10

ASTM A36 Fy = 36ksi Fu = 58ksi

30 - 45 DEG.

EYE-NUT 4.375" MAX. C.L. TO WIRE CONNECTION

ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTIONS PANEL CLIPS ATTACHED TO WALL TILES

WALL TILES

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION

(SEE NOTES 1, 3, & 4)

75 °

0.1

TIEBACK DEMAND FORCES (ASD): Pmax,12 = 187 LB (12' TALL WALLS) Pmax,10 = 156 LB (10' TALL WALLS)

NOTES: 1. WIRE TOP CONNECTIONS TO BASE BUILDING DETAILS SEE SHEET 9. 2. STUD TOP CONNECTION TO BASE BUILDING DETAILS SEE SHEET 10. 3. DETAIL 3 AND 6 ONLY GOOD FOR WALL HEIGHTS ≤ 120" (10') 4. MAXIMUM OUT-OF-PLANE TIEBACK SPACING = 48" O.C. 5. Y-BRACKET TO BE BENT ONCE IN FIELD TO CORRECT ANGLE, NO REBENDING.

SOLID WALL HEADER WIRE BRACE WITH EYE NUT SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

(2) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING VERTICAL SECTION TO EACH END OF HEADER SECTIONS

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL PLATE AND CHANNEL TO HEADER SECTIONS PER DETAIL 7

5"

2.2

(2) STEEL WIRE TIEBACKS (AT INDICATED SIZE AND SPACING)

GLASS WALL HEADER WIRE BRACE WITH EYE NUT

(6) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING VERTICAL SECTION TO HEADER SECTION

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL PLATE AND CHANNEL TO HEADER SECTION PER DETAIL 7

WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.)

ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, BLADE, RECTILINEAR, AND SINGLE SIDED HEADER SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE) PVC (PLASTIC) WIPE RUNNING FULL LENGTH OF HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION GLASS PANEL

(SEE NOTES 1, 4, & 5)

.

YP

5"

2.2

"T

1/4

.75 "

0

(SEE NOTES 1, 4, & 5)

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION

WALL TILES

ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTIONS PANEL CLIPS ATTACHED TO WALL TILES

11/15/2013

2.25" MAX.

Bill Staehlin

30 - 45 DEG.

OPM-0044-13

12 GAUGE STEEL Y-BRACKET PER DETAIL 9 1/2" DIAMETER STEEL THREADED ROD PER DETAIL 8

6"

1/2" DIA. STEEL THREADED ROD

6"

WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.)

GLASS WALL HEADER WIRE BRACE WITH Y-BRACKET SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

0.187"

SLOT FOR FLAT HEAD SCREW DRIVER

SOLID WALL HEADER WIRE BRACE WITH Y-BRACKET SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

(2) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING VERTICAL SECTION TO EACH END OF HEADER SECTIONS

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL PLATE AND CHANNEL TO HEADER SECTIONS PER DETAIL 7

PVC (PLASTIC) WIPE RUNNING FULL LENGTH OF HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION GLASS PANEL

Pmax,12

ALTERNATE STUDS ON LEGS OF Y-BRACKET RECOMMENDED

30 - 45 DEG.

Pmax,12

(SEE NOTES 2, 4, & 5)

0.44"

(SEE NOTES 2, 4, & 5)

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION

WALL TILES

ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTIONS PANEL CLIPS ATTACHED TO WALL TILES

(2) 1/4"∅ SELF DRILLING/ SELF TAPPING SCREWS FOR ATTACHMENT OF STUD WEB TO Y-BRACKET LEG(S)

GLASS WALL HEADER STUD BRACE WITH Y-BRACKET SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

(6) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING VERTICAL SECTION TO EACH END OF HEADER SECTION

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL PLATE AND CHANNEL TO HEADER SECTION PER DETAIL 7

1

8.0

Pmax,12

.

"M IN

12 GAUGE STEEL Y-BRACKET PER DETAIL 9 1/2" DIAMETER STEEL THREADED ROD PER DETAIL 8

1 /2

ASTM A36 Fy = 36ksi Fu = 58ksi

2.13" 1.25"

ASTM A36 Fy = 36ksi Fu = 58ksi

1"

DEG. 30 - 45

05 "

(SEE NOTE: 6)

STEEL Y-BRACKET DETAIL SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

1.15"

2.25" MAX.

0.44"

ASTM A36 Fy = 36ksi Fu = 58ksi

9

8.0

3/8"

STEEL STUD TIEBACK (AT INDICATED SIZE AND SPACING)

0.50"

0.50" DI A.

2"

0.10 5"

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

STEEL 1/2" ∅ THREADED ROD DETAIL SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

1.0"

(2) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING VERTICAL SECTION TO EACH END OF HEADER SECTIONS

3"

4"

12 GAUGE STEEL CHANNEL AND 14 GAUGE STEEL PLATE PRESSED TOGETHER

8

8.0

1/2" 1/2"

SOLID WALL HEADER STUD BRACE WITH Y-BRACKET SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

0.50"

2"

0.30" 1.53" 0.30"

STEEL PLATE, CHANNEL, & NUT DETAILS SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

1/2"

0.105" 5/8"

2.13 TACK WELD NUT ONTO 14 GAUGE STEEL PLATE (TWO PLACES) (4) #10 SELF DRILLING/ SELF TAPPING SCREWS

7

8.0

1/16"

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL PLATE AND CHANNEL TO HEADER SECTIONS PER DETAIL 7

4

8.0

11/15/2013

0.075" 0.76"

1.06" 1.06"

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Project No.: R12-10-266

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This Certification is limited to the structural design of structural components of this Interior Partition Wall System. It does NOT include responsibility for: x Structural design of gaskets and sealants. x7he manufacture, assembly, or installation of the system. xQuantities of materials or dimensional accuracy of drawings xSeparation of dissimilar materials

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1

9.0

8"

1/

NOTE: VERIFY METAL DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. METAL DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

~72 DEG. 6063-T6 ALUMINUM ANCHOR CLIP AT INDICATED SIZE WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.)

WIRE TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

P max = 187 LB (ASD)

A

Vmax = 166 LB (ASD) 11.0 BEARING = 85 LB (ASD)

FLOOR SHEATHING

20 GA. MIN. STEEL METAL DECK

USE (2) #10 SELF-DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS INTO MINIMUM 20 GAUGE STEEL STEEL AS SHOWN. MINIMUM SCREW SPACING = 5/8" MINIMUM SCREW EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8" (SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. YIELD STRENGTH Fy = 30 ksi)

3/4"

1 1/2"

Vmax = 472 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5

CONCRETE ANCHOR WITH TYPE, QUANTITY SIZE, AND SPACING AS INDICATED

NOTE: VERIFY CONCRETE DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. CONCRETE DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

BEND CLIP TO FIT ANGLE AT BOTTOM EDGE OF FLUTE

(SEE NOTE 1)

1/ 8"

C

11.0

Tmax = 708 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5 AND EFFECTS DUE TO PRYING

OPM-0044-13

B

11.0

"

Vmax = 132 LB (ASD)

1/ 8

6063-T6 ALUMINUM ANCHOR CLIP AT INDICATED SIZE

1.5" MIN.

NOTE: VERIFY WOOD DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. WOOD DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

Tmax = 186 LB (ASD) EFFECTS OF PRYING INCLUDED

WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.)

WIRE TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

8"

1/

3,000 P.S.I. MIN. NORMAL OR SAND-LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

6063-T6 ALUMINUM ANCHOR CLIP AT INDICATED SIZE

WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.)

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

FLOOR SHEATHING

USE (3) #14, #12, OR #10 X 2.5" LONG WOOD SCREWS AND 1/16" THICK STEEL WASHER WITH MIN. 7/8" THREAD ENGAGEMENT INTO WOOD DECK. WOOD DECK TO BE MIN. 1.5" THICK AND HAVE MIN. SPECIFIC GRAVITY (SG) = 0.42 #14 WOOD SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. Fy = 70 KSI & #12 & #10 WOOD SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. Fy = 80 KSI MINIMUM SCREW WOOD EDGE DISTANCE = 3/4" MINIMUM SCREW WOOD END DISTANCE = 2-1/2"

MIN. 1.5" THICK WOOD JOIST/DECKING (SG ≥ 0.42)

(SEE NOTE 1)

NOTE: VERIFY CONCRETE DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. CONCRETE DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

1 1/2"

CONCRETE ANCHOR WITH TYPE, QUANTITY, SIZE, AND SPACING AS INDICATED

Vmax = 472 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5 Tmax = 708 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5 AND EFFECTS DUE TO PRYING

C

11.0

(SEE NOTE 1)

5 30-4 EES GR DE

5 30-4 EES GR DE

NOTES: 1. Use (2) 12 gauge (0.106"∅) galvanized, soft annealed mild carbon steel wire tiebacks (ASTM A641) at 48" o.c. out-of-plane spacing as indicated. (Wire to have min. yield strength Fy = 48 ksi and min. ultimate tensile strength Fu = 63 ksi).

WIRE TIEBACK ANCHOR AT CONCRETE SLAB

3/4"

WIRE TIEBACK ANCHOR AT WOOD DECK

P max = 187 LB (ASD)

2

9.0

4

9.0

P max = 267 LB (LRFD)

WIRE TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

Bill Staehlin CONCRETE ANCHOR OPTIONS

11/15/2013 Use (1) 3/8" Diameter Powers-Stud+ SD1 Carbon Steel Expansion Anchor to Attach Anchor Clip to Concrete Decking as Shown. f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-3/8" Concrete Slab Edge Distance = 6" Minimum Slab Thickness = 4" Minimum ICC-ES-ESR-2818 See detail 1, sheet 12.0 for acceptable deck profile & anchor placement.

Use (1) 3/8" Diameter Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ Carbon Steel Expansion Anchor to Attach Anchor Clip to Concrete Decking as Shown. f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-5/16" Concrete Slab Edge Distance= 4" Minimum Slab Thickness = 4" Minimum ICC-ES-ESR-1917 See detail 2, sheet 12.0 for acceptable deck profile & anchor placement.

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

1 1/4" 1/2"

5 30-4 EES GR DE

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

3,000 P.S.I. MIN. NORMAL OR SAND-LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

6063-T6 ALUMINUM ANCHOR CLIP AT INDICATED SIZE WIRE WRAPPED MIN. 3 FULL TURNS WITHIN 3" LENGTH (TYP.)

P max = 267 LB (LRFD)

(SEE NOTE 1)

WIRE TIEBACK ANCHOR AT CONCRETE FILLED METAL DECK SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

WIRE TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

4 1/2" MIN

WIRE TIEBACK ANCHOR AT METAL DECK

5 30-4 ES RE DEG

3

11/15/2013

9.0

20 GAUGE MIN. STEEL DECK

3" MAX

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SCALE:

21x34 SCALE AS NOTED 11x17 HALF SCALE AS NOTED

9.0

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California, USA

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1

10.0

FLOOR SHEATHING

20 GA. MIN. METAL DECK

P max = 187 LB (ASD)

STEEL STUD TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

NOTE: VERIFY METAL DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. METAL DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

AX

3/4"

0"

12

M

AX

1 1/2"

D

11.0

Vmax = 132 LB (ASD) CREATE DOUBLE WEB OF STUD BY OVER LENGTHENING STUD, SNIPPING OFF FLANGES, & FOLDING BACK WEB OF STUD TO DOUBLE STUD THICKNESS (MIN. 0.071") AT CONNECTION TO DECK. USE (3) #10 (0.19"∅) SELF-DRILLING/SELF-TAPPING SCREWS TO ATTACH STEEL STUD TIEBACKS TO MINIMUM 20 GAUGE STEEL DECK AS SHOWN. (SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. YIELD STRENGTH Fy = 30 KSI)

P max = 187 LB (ASD)

0"

12

AX

M

NOTE: VERIFY WOOD DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. WOOD DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

1.5" MIN.

(SEE NOTE 1)

Vmax = 132 LB (ASD)

E

11.0

STEEL STUD TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED (NOTE: STUD ORIENTATION ON Y-BRACKET MUST BE FLIPPED)

Tmax = 132 LB (ASD)

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

STUD TIEBACK ANCHOR AT WOOD DECK

OPM-0044-13 2

Use (1) 3/8" Diameter Powers-Stud+ SD1 Carbon Steel Expansion Anchor to Attach Steel Stud Web to Concrete Decking as Shown. f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-3/8" Edge Distance = 6" Minimum Slab Thickness = 4" Minimum ICC-ES-ESR-2818 See detail 1, sheet 12.0 for acceptable deck profile & anchor placement.

Use (1) 3/8" Diameter Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ Carbon Steel Expansion Anchor to Attach Steel Stud Web to Concrete Decking as Shown. f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-5/16" Edge Distance = 4" Minimum Slab Thickness = 4" Minimum ICC-ES-ESR-1917 See detail 2, sheet 12.0 for acceptable deck profile & anchor placement. 5 30-4 EES R DEG

0" 12

AX M

STEEL STUD TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

FLOOR SHEATHING

USE (4) #14, #12, OR #10 X 2.5" LONG WOOD SCREWS AND 1/16" THICK STEEL WASHER WITH MIN. 7/8" THREAD ENGAGEMENT INTO WOOD DECK. WOOD DECK TO BE MIN. 1.5" THICK AND HAVE MIN. SPECIFIC GRAVITY (SG) = 0.42 #14 WOOD SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. Fy = 70 KSI & #12 & #10 WOOD SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. Fy = 80 KSI MINIMUM SCREW WOOD EDGE DISTANCE = 3/4" MINIMUM SCREW WOOD END DISTANCE = 2-1/2"

CREATE DOUBLE WEB OF STUD BY OVER LENGTHENING STUD, SNIPPING OFF FLANGES, & FOLDING BACK WEB OF STUD TO DOUBLE STUD THICKNESS (MIN. 0.071") AT CONNECTION TO DECK.

MIN. 1.5" THICK WOOD JOIST/DECKING (SG ≥ 0.42)

SNIP STUD FLANGES, BEND WEB, AND USE (1) #8 OR (1) #10 SELF-DRILLING/SELF-TAPPING SCREW ON EACH SIDE OF STUD TO TIE FLANGES TOGETHER. MINIMUM SCREW EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8" (SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. YIELD STRENGTH Fy = 30 ksi)

1 1/2"

F

11.0 Vmax = 472 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5

3/4" O.D. x 1/16" THICK WASHER

NOTE: VERIFY CONCRETE DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. CONCRETE DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

3/4"

Tmax = 472 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5

CREATE DOUBLE WEB OF STUD BY OVER LENGTHENING STUD, SNIPPING OFF FLANGES, & FOLDING BACK WEB OF STUD TO DOUBLE STUD THICKNESS (MIN. 0.071") AT CONNECTION TO DECK. CONCRETE ANCHOR WITH TYPE, QUANTITY, SIZE, AND SPACING AS INDICATED SNIP STUD FLANGES, BEND WEB, AND USE (1) #8 OR (1) #10 SELF-DRILLING/SELF-TAPPING SCREW ON EACH SIDE OF STUD TO TIE FLANGES TOGETHER. MINIMUM SCREW EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8" (SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. YIELD STRENGTH Fy = 30 ksi)

NOTES: 1. Use (1) 2-1/2" deep x 1-5/8" wide x 20 gauge steel stud (SSMA 250S162-33) at max 48" o.c. out-of-plane spacing. Maximum stud length = 120". (Studs to have min. yield strength Fy = 33 ksi).

(SEE NOTE 1)

STUD TIEBACK ANCHOR AT CONCRETE FILLED METAL DECK SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

5 30-4 ES RE DEG

4

10.0

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

Use (1) 1/4" Diameter Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) Carbon Steel Screw Anchor to Attach Steel Stud Web to Concrete Decking as Shown. f'c = 3000 psi Minimum Embedment = 2-1/2" Edge Distance = 5" Minimum Slab Thickness = 4-1/8" Minimum ICC-ES-ESR-3027 See detail 3, sheet 12.0 for acceptable deck profile & anchor placement

3,000 P.S.I. MIN. NORMAL OR SAND-LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

Bill Staehlin

10.0

1" 1.25" 1"

P max = 267 LB (LRFD)

11/15/2013

CONCRETE ANCHOR OPTIONS

SNIP STUD FLANGES, BEND WEB, AND USE (1) #8 OR (1) #10 SELF-DRILLING/SELF-TAPPING SCREW ON EACH SIDE OF STUD TO TIE FLANGES TOGETHER. MINIMUM SCREW EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8" (SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. YIELD STRENGTH Fy = 30 KSI)

F

CREATE DOUBLE WEB OF STUD BY OVER LENGTHENING STUD, SNIPPING OFF FLANGES, & FOLDING BACK WEB OF STUD TO DOUBLE STUD THICKNESS (MIN. 0.071") AT CONNECTION TO DECK.

Vmax = 472 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5

11.0

3/4" O.D. x 1/16" THICK WASHER

NOTE: VERIFY CONCRETE DECK HAS CAPACITY TO SUPPORT INDICATED LOAD. CONCRETE DECK DESIGNED BY OTHERS.

3/4"

Tmax = 472 LB (LRFD) INCLUDES OVERSTRENGTH FACTOR Ωo = 2.5

CONCRETE ANCHOR WITH TYPE, QUANTITY, SIZE, AND SPACING AS INDICATED SNIP STUD FLANGES, BEND WEB, AND USE (1) #8 OR (1) #10 SELF-DRILLING/SELF-TAPPING SCREW ON EACH SIDE OF STUD TO TIE FLANGES TOGETHER. MINIMUM SCREW EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8" (SCREWS TO HAVE MIN. YIELD STRENGTH Fy = 30 ksi)

5 30-4 ES RE DEG

4 1/2" MIN

P max = 267 LB (LRFD)

STEEL STUD TIEBACK WITH SIZE AND SPACING AS INDICATED

(SEE NOTE 1)

STUD TIEBACK ANCHOR AT CONCRETE FILLED METAL DECK SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

2 1/4"

Tmax = 132 LB (ASD)

(SEE NOTE 1)

5 30-4 EES R DEG

3,000 P.S.I. MIN. NORMAL OR SAND-LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

M 0" 12

STUD TIEBACK ANCHOR AT METAL DECK

20 GAUGE MIN. STEEL DECK

3

10.0 11/15/2013

3" MAX

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Project No.: R12-10-266

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SCALE:

10.0

SHEET:

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PMS #

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A

11.0

D

11.0

2"

SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

MINIMUM SPACING = 5/8"

MINIMUM EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8"

BEND LINE IN ANCHOR CLIP

B

11.0

E

1 1/4" SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

3 1/2"

2 1/2"

1 1/2"

11/15/2013

WOOD SCREW(S) AND 1/16" THICK STEEL WASHER(S) ATTACHING STUD WEB TO WOOD DECKING. HOLE DIAMETER(S) IN WEB OF STUD = 1/4"

WIRE TIEBACK

3"

MINIMUM ANCHOR CLIP EDGE DISTANCE = 1/2"

WOOD SCREW(S) AND 1/16" THICK STEEL WASHER(S) ATTACHING ANCHOR CLIP TO WOOD DECKING. HOLE DIAMETER(S) IN ANCHOR CLIP = 1/4" MINIMUM SPACING = 1 1/4"

(SEE NOTE 1)

OPM-0044-13 WIRE TIEBACK

1/2"

CLIP CONNECTION TO WOOD DECK Staehlin Bill

1/2"

STUD CONNECTION TO WOOD DECK SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

C

11.0

3" TO 6"

SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

3/4"

3/4"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

BEND LINE IN ANCHOR CLIP

CONCRETE ANCHOR ATTACHING ANCHOR CLIP TO CONCRETE DECKING

(SEE NOTE 1)

CLIP CONNECTION TO CONCRETE

CONCRETE ANCHOR ATTACHING STUD WEB TO CONCRETE DECKING

SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

NOTES: 1. ANCHOR CLIPS TO BE MINIMUM 6063-T6 ALUMINUM (FY = 25KSI).

STUD CONNECTION TO CONCRETE

3/4" O.D. x 1/16" THICK WASHER

F

11.0

CENTER ANCHOR ON CLIP

CENTER ANCHOR ON CLIP

MINIMUM EDGE DISTANCE = 3/8"

SCREW(S) ATTACHING ANCHOR CLIP TO METAL DECKING

(SEE NOTE 1)

BEND LINE IN ANCHOR CLIP TO FIT ANGLE AT BOTTOM EDGE OF FLUTE

WIRE TIEBACK

2.25"

CLIP CONNECTION TO METAL DECK

0.75"

SCREWS ATTACHING STUD WEB TO METAL DECKING

STUD CONNECTION TO METAL DECK

11.0

1 1/4" 1 1/4"

3" TO 6"

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

2 1/2"

2 1/2" MAX. SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

2 1/2"

1/2" 1" 1.25" 1"

3" TO 6" 1/2" 3/4" 3/4" 1/2"

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Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

Nov. 07, 2013

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SHOP DRAWING

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SCALE:

21x34 SCALE AS NOTED 11x17 HALF SCALE AS NOTED

11.0

SHEET:

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PROJECT MANAGER:

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PMS #

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11/15/2013

1

12.0

2

12.0

3

12.0

ANCHOR PLACEMENT FOR POWER-STUD + SD1 ANCHOR

ACCEPTABLE CONCRETE FILLED METAL DECK PROFILE SCALE: N.T.S.

OPM-0044-13

Bill Staehlin 11/15/2013

ANCHOR PLACEMENT FOR HILTI KWIK BOLT TZ ANCHOR

ACCEPTABLE CONCRETE FILLED METAL DECK PROFILE SCALE: N.T.S.

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

ANCHOR PLACEMENT FOR HILIT KWIK HUS-EZ (KH-EZ) ANCHOR

ACCEPTABLE CONCRETE FILLED METAL DECK PROFILE SCALE: N.T.S.

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ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

Nov. 07, 2013

No. 66394 Exp. 6-30-2014

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1

5'-0" MAX

ITEM NAME WING BOX CAR GERRY WILLY PART # 11052 11050 11894 11051

PART # 11006 11018 11889 11005

0.080 0.080 0.080 0.080

0.060 0.080 0.080 0.080

0.060 0.080 0.080 0.080

12'-0" MAX

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

0.559 1.332 1.398 1.391

0.578 1.392 1.515 1.487

3

0.729 3.016 2.478 2.401

0.857 3.144 2.794 2.662

0.900 2.867 2.447 2.418

BLADE WALL ASSEMBLY t (IN) A (IN2) I XA (IN4) 0.630 1.195 1.364 1.401

0.594 N/A 1.419 1.415

1.027 N/A 2.738 2.695

SINGLE SIDED WALL ASSEMBLY t (IN) A (IN2) I XA (IN4) 0.060 N/A 0.080 0.080

GLASS WALL SECTION PROPERTIES

SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

2a OR 2b

GLASS WALL ELEVATION

PROFILE TYPE VERTICAL SILL (V1) SILL (V2) HEADER ITEM NAME REX BIG BOX GERRY LITTLE BOX PART # 11256 11257 11888 11258

1

ITEM # 1 2a 2b 3 ITEM # VERTICAL SILL (V1) SILL (V2) HEADER ITEM NAME BLADE BOX CAR GERRY WILLY PART # 11901 N/A 11902 11903

A1.0

ITEM # 1 2a 2b 3 ITEM # VERTICAL SILL (V1) SILL (V2) HEADER ITEM NAME SINGLE SIDED N/A GERRY WILLY

CURVILINEAR WALL ASSEMBLY t (IN) A (IN2) I XA (IN4)

ITEM # 1 2a 2b 3 ITEM # VERTICAL SILL (V1) SILL (V2) HEADER

RECTILINEAR WALL ASSEMBLY t (IN) I XA (IN4) A (IN2)

ITEM # 1 2a 2b 3

3

A1.0 11/15/2013

I

I

I

I

YY (IN4)

(IN4)

0.024 1.398 0.388 0.675 YY

YY

(IN4)

0.037 1.548 0.460 0.789

(IN4)

0.025 1.128 0.311 0.571 YY

0.038 N/A 0.444 0.755

1

S

S

S

S

ITEM KEY:

(IN3)

S

S

S

S

(IN3)

(IN3)

(IN3)

0.082 N/A 0.432 0.681

YY

0.043 0.653 0.327 0.490

YY

0.078 0.784 0.439 0.688

YY

0.061 0.733 0.397 0.639

YY (IN3)

1 = Vertical 2a = Sill (V1) 2b = Sill (V2) 3 = Header

XA (IN3)

(IN3)

0.364 1.557 1.279 1.238 XA

XA

0.428 1.644 1.461 1.392

(IN3)

0.450 1.480 1.263 1.248 XA

0.466 N/A 1.402 1.386

2

PROFILE TYPE

CURVILINEAR 0.06"

0.757"

1 - VERTICAL

4.00"

0.06"

0.6097"

WING PART# 11006

4.00"

REX PART# 11052

0.5015"

3.13"

3.13"

0.47"

0.47"

OPM-0044-13

0.47"

2a - V1 SILL 3.875"

1.36"

0.08"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

BOX CAR PART# 11018 3.82"

0.08"

1.34"

0.08"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

3.87"

BIG BOX PART# 11050

BLADE BOX CAR PART# 11257

N/A

2b - V2 SILL

3.875"

0.08"

0.89"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

3.80"

0.08"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

0.89"

CURVILINEAR GERRY PART# 11889

0.46"

ITEM #

1.78"

1.79"

0.44"

3.875"

0.093"

0.90"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

3.88"

BLADE GERRY PART# 11888

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

0.89"

RECTILINEAR GERRY PART# 11894

0.46"

1.87" 1.24"

1.79" 1.14"

0.44"

SINGLE SIDED GERRY PART# 11902

0.08"

3 - HEADER

3.87"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF HEADER SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

3.87"

WILLY PART# 11005

0.46" 0.90"

0.08" 2.08"

2.08"

0.50"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF HEADER SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

3.87"

LITTLE BOX PART# 11051

0.44" 0.90"

1.71" 0.08"

0.47" 0.90"

3.88"

0.90"

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF HEADER SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

SINGLE SIDED WILLY PART# 11903

0.44" 0.90"

BLADE WILLY PART# 11258

USE (6) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF HEADER SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

0.08"

2.09"

NOTES: 1. No equipment or hanging load on wall. 2. Glass: 1/4" thick & fully tempered. 3. The deflection of the wall sections shall be lesser of L/175 of the span or 0.75" (per 2013 CBC Section 2403.3)

USE (4) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

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BLADE VERTICAL PART# 11256

0.08" 4.00" 0.06"

SINGLE SIDED VERTICAL PART# 11901

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

GLASS WALL SECTIONS

SINGLE SIDED

BLADE

RECTILINEAR

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GLASS WALL SECTIONS & SECTION PROPERTIES Material: Aluminum 6063-T6 Anchor Location: Top & Bottom of Wall (See Drawings)

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

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SHOP DRAWING

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SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

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PROFILE TYPE

0.10"

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0.56" 0.46" USE (3) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF SILL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

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SOLID WALL SECTIONS

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2 SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

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PROFILE TYPE VERTICAL SILL (V1) SILL (V2) HEADER INTERMEDIATE HORIZONTAL INTERMEDIATE HORIZONTAL INTERMEDIATE HORIZONTAL

ITEM #

ITEM NAME FAT ANGUS MADONNA LOW MADONNA THIEF HANGER FAT MADONNA HOLLOW MADONNA ANTLER HOOK

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0.519 0.561 0.717 0.695 0.578 0.720 0.989

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USE (2) #10 SCREWS EACH END OF HORIZONTAL SECTION FOR CONNECTION TO VERTICAL

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0.330 0.363 0.467 0.610 0.421 0.453 1.676

SOLID WALL ASSEMBLY t (IN) A (IN2) I XA (IN4) 0.100 0.100 0.091 0.080 0.091 0.080 0.091

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SCALE: 1" = 1'-0"

0.80"

1.79"

SOLID WALL SECTIONS & SECTION PROPERTIES Material: Aluminum 6063-T6 Anchor Location: Top & Bottom of Wall (See Drawings)

SOLID WALL SECTION PROPERTIES

ITEM # 1 2a 2b 3 4a 4b 4c

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THIEF HANGER PART# 11166

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ANTLER HOOK PART# 11197

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

Nov. 07, 2013

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SHOP DRAWING

A2.0

SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

PROJECT MANAGER:

PM

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DATE:

DRAWN BY: REI - ALR

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GLASS WALL VERTICAL SECTIONS

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/ SELF TAPPING SCREWS AT LOCATIONS SHOWN

GLASS WALL HEADER SPLICE DETAIL 1.50"

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OPM-0044-13

SOLID WALL HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTIONS

2.1"x14 GA. STEEL SPLINE PLATE (ASTM A36, Fy = 36ksi, Fu = 58ksi)

SOLID WALL VERTICAL SECTION

GLASS WALL VERTICAL SECTION

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/ SELF TAPPING SCREWS AT LOCATIONS SHOWN

Bill Staehlin

11/15/2013

GLASS WALL HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION

OPM-0044-13: Reviewed for Code Compliance by Bill Staehlin

GLASS TO SOLID WALL HEADER SPLICE DETAIL (4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL SPLINE PLATE TO HEADER SECTIONS 2.1" X 14 GAUGE STEEL SPLINE PLATE CENTERED BETWEEN DIRTT WALL FRAMES (ASTM A36, Fy = 36ksi, Fu = 58ksi) (6) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING EACH END OF HEADER HORIZONTAL SECTION TO VERTICAL SECTIONS ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION. (CURVILINEAR SHOWN, RECTILINEAR, BLADE, AND SINGLE SIDED HEADER SECTIONS ALSO ACCEPTABLE) PVC (PLASTIC) WIPE RUNNING FULL LENGTH OF HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION GLASS PANEL

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION

GLASS WALL HEADER SPLICE SECTION SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

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8" - 18"

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1/2"

SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

2.1"

SOLID WALL HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTIONS

2.1"x14 GA. STEEL SPLINE PLATE (ASTM A36, Fy = 36ksi, Fu = 58ksi)

SOLID WALL VERTICAL SECTIONS

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/ SELF TAPPING SCREWS AT LOCATIONS SHOWN

SOLID WALL HEADER SPLICE DETAIL

(4) #10 SELF DRILLING/SELF TAPPING SCREWS ATTACHING STEEL SPLINE PLATE TO HEADER SECTIONS

2.1" X 14 GAUGE STEEL SPLINE PLATE CENTERED BETWEEN DIRTT WALL FRAMES (ASTM A36, Fy = 36ksi, Fu = 58ksi) (2) #10 SCREWS ATTACHING EACH END OF HEADER HORIZONTAL SECTIONS TO VERTICAL SECTIONS ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTION

ALUMINUM VERTICAL SECTION

SOLID WALL TILES AND PLASTIC CLIPS ATTACHED TO HORIZONTAL HEADER SECTIONS

SOLID WALL HEADER SPLICE SECTION SCALE: 1'-0" = 1'-0"

0.075"

8" - 18"

1

A3.0

B

A3.0

0.075"

DIRTT Environmental Solutions Ltd. 7303 - 30th Street S.E., Calgary, AB Canada T2C 1N6 403.723.5000 Fax 403.723.6644 www.dirtt.net

RICE

Phone : 920.845.1042 Fax: 920.845.1048

ENGINEERING

Project No.: R12-10-266

105 School Creek Trail Luxemburg, WI 54217 www.rice-inc.com

Nov. 07, 2013

No. 66394 Exp. 6-30-2014

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 Solutions, LTD

SHOP DRAWING

11/1/13

SCALE:

A3.0

SHEET:

California, USA

PROJECT ADDRESS:

PMS #

PROJECT MANAGER:

PM

DRAWN BY: REI - ALR

DATE:

21x34 SCALE AS NOTED 11x17 HALF SCALE AS NOTED

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WHAT IF YOU COULD SEE SOUND?

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What if you could see sound? Acoustics in construction is really about speech privacy and speech intelligibility, as opposed to Sound Transmission Class (STC). The important question to consider is: Can you understand what is being said in the next room or can someone understand your private conversation? Join us in a thought experiment as we use this analogy to better illuminate the basics of how construction affects sound.

How bright is a decibel? Sound is measured in decibels (dB). Most people cannot discern how many decibels are in any given sound.

Instead of decibels, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s use watts Normal to loud conversation occurs at about 70 dBs so letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s equate that to a 70-watt light bulb. Now put a wall that stops 40 watts of light from entering the next room. That wall means 30 watts of light are getting through. This is like an STC 40 wall trying to stop 70 decibels of sound all on its own.


What if you could see sound?

What about the plenum? Passing through the wall is only one path sound can take from room to room. The other main path is through the ceiling into the plenum. Acoustically, the deck above the ceiling acts as a mirror. Using our light analogy, 70 W of light go through the ceiling, bounce off the mirror and go down into the adjacent room. That’s plenum transmission and is independent of the walls’ ability to stop sound.

So how does NRC factor in? Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) is a measure of how much sound does not get reflected. It does not have much, if any, effect on stopping sound from passing through it. A ceiling described as having a high NRC will not hinder transmission to the next room. The math of sound is different from light so it’s like 69.9 W of light passes though the high NRC ceiling. You can see how this hurts our attempt to have the ceiling stop the light from going to the next room if it lets 99% of the light through. So if someone uses the term NRC to describe the ceilings acoustic properties, be aware. It does not prevent sound from going into the plenum and continuing to an adjacent space. There is another sound measure for ceilings that is specifically for helping speech privacy and restricting sound transmission.

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What if you could see sound?

Enter CAC Ceiling Attenuation Class (CAC) is a measure of how much sound a ceiling stops and is similar to half an STC. So back to our 70 W light. It hits a CAC 40 ceiling, which stops 20 W of light and lets 50 W pass through. That 50 W hits the mirror deck, and bounces to the ceiling of the next room. That ceiling stops another 20 W of light. The light passes through the ceiling twice, and the ceiling has stopped 40 W (CAC 40). 30 W of light comes through the ceiling, the same as the wall.

Your adjacent room is 30 Watts bright. Again, the math of sound does NOT mean that 30 through the wall and 30 through the ceiling equals 60. It’s not cumulative since it’s from the same source. Consider the CAC of the ceiling. High performance acoustic ceilings typically refer to the NRC and not the CAC of the ceiling. Look for the actual CAC rating number. Depending on the level of privacy required, you are looking for ratings ranging from 35 - 42.

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What if you could see sound?

How dark is dark? How quiet is quiet? If the room is dark, a 30 W light is very noticeable. If a 30 W flashlight is shone at you in a dark room, you will react to it. But what if it’s not a dark room? What if there’s a 35 W reading lamp on in the room? Now there is more background light than the flashlight alone. A room illuminated with 35 W of light combined with the same 30 W flashlight is noticeable but not jarring. That’s sound masking.

Sound masking raises the background noise level to be at, or slightly above, the sound that comes through the wall and the ceiling. You may notice the sound but you will not understand what is being said. That is also why sound masking is typically not necessary, especially if a good ceiling is installed. The background noise from the HVAC system, open office areas and general office activity is usually about 35 decibels. In a healthcare setting, sound masking can be an important tool but is subject to some code implications.

What are you trying to solve? Sound masking is not a requirement by DIRTT for acoustic performance. It is a powerful and cost-effective tool when used appropriately and in the right project context, but shouldn’t necessarily be the first response to acoustic needs, for any environment. DIRTT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS | Acoustics – What if you could see sound?

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What if you could see sound?

Who put a hole there? Regardless of the STC or CAC ratings, holes in the wall are as transparent to sound as they are to light. Most buildings have a return air plenum, which means the HVAC system returns air to the system by drawing it out of the space above the ceiling. To allow air to pass from the office to the plenum, a return air register is installed; this is basically removing a ceiling tile and putting in a plastic grill. Just as air moves through that grill, so does sound. If you can imagine a piece of paper representing the ceiling, it stops most of the light hitting it. Put a hole in the paper and light passes through the hole unobstructed.

Try an acoustical boot There is a simple and inexpensive solution to this common problem. It’s called an acoustical boot. It is simply a baffle placed on top of the return air register. It adds a bend to the path of the air. This allows air to fully pass through, but the sound doesn’t bounce through as easily. Some sound does come out, but the boot is directional. Properly installed, the opening is faced towards the corridor, not an adjacent office. The boot’s direction significantly reduces the amount of sound passing over to the next office.

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What if you could see sound?

Floor-to-ceiling or deck-to-deck To recap, sound travels from one room to another through either the wall or the ceiling. Traditional deck to deck construction may seem like a simple solution to this acoustic challenge. Sound that passes through the ceiling is stopped by the wall. This is, however, an expensive way to build and limits the responsiveness of the space for the long term. The floor-to-ceiling DIRTT solution saves labor costs and is more adaptable.

Consider all the elements To achieve speech privacy with the DIRTT solution, you need to look at the big picture. Consider all the elements in the space: the wallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s STC, the ceilingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CAC, the deck height, acoustic treatment of the deck above and the seams and connection quality between each element. By considering the full solution, the desired speech privacy can be achieved with the DIRTT solution.


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PARTNER TEAM

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1. DIRTT PARTNER TEAM: Each DIRTT Partner has a dedicated and skilled DIRTT team who focus strictly on prefab construction for DIRTT.

A. PROJECT MANAGER (PM) The project manager’s job to keep things moving smoothly from the time the order is accepted through to the last site check when the project is complete, protecting the client’s interests and making sure what they asked for is delivered. •

Understands and controls the DIRTT scope of work.

Finds the right solutions to meet the customer’s needs and budgets.

Knows and complies with local codes.

Works with general contractor and sub trades to confirm scope and avoid scope duplication.

Applies various budgeting strategies like ROM costs, CSI break downs and final detailed proposal.

Strategizes to create schedule and cost efficiencies.

Responsible for site dimensions.

Organizes prep work where required such as seismic, access floor, electrical/data zone boxes, ceiling track for walls.

Helps electrician and low-voltage trades organize.

Reviews plan to ensure integration with conventional construction is smooth.

Confers with factory project manager for clean order submittal and timing of delivery.

Works with installation team to create budgets and quote for install.

Takes installation team through virtual flythrough in ICE to ensure everyone understands work.

Creates time-line with GC for delivery and install.

Attends construction and job-site meetings.

Monitors on-site performance and progress of DIRTT scope of installation.

Manages submittals to the factory and schedules change order and punch list items.

Organizes any warranty or maintenance work.

B. PARTNER DESIGNER


The designer is part artist, part visionary, part engineer and part computer tech wizard, all rolled into one. They will take your needs and ideas and guide them from concept to factory order, using their strong design background and pushing 21st century tools to the limit in the name of building better prefab construction solutions. •

Inserts client design team’s files into ICE software where all stakeholders can experience it in interactive 3D and virtual reality experience.

Provides IFC software models for BIM coordination with the A&E and subtrades.

Maintains design intent while translating it into DIRTT components.

Offers insight on cost-effective and performance opportunities available within DIRTT system.

Attends design charrettes and meetings to work with the client’s design teams through the design process.

Creates fly-through videos for sharing with all stakeholders online.

Produces shop-drawings.

C. PARTNER INSTALLATION FOREMAN (LEAD) The installation foreman is responsible for installing DIRTT in your project. •

Organizes installation team and schedules work.

Attends construction meetings.

Coordinates site prep work (seismic, overhead electrical, etc.).

Manages materials as they are delivered and off-loaded.

Communicates daily progress and possible challenges to the DIRTT team.

D. PARTNER PROJECT CHAMPION The project champion is your ambassador for all things DIRTT. •

Sets up any virtual reality experiences and other presentations.

Works with other trades and teams to expose them to efficiencies and cost savings.

Oversees each project through all phases.

2. DIRTT HQ TEAM: A. REPRESENTATIVE 2


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Responsible for all business in the local territory. Resolves technical details and works with Partner and factory PM to create custom solutions. Skilled presenter and able to educate varying audiences including clients, architects, engineers, and sub-trades. Works closely with the Partner Champion throughout project including installation and punch-list.

B. PROJECT MANAGER •

DIRTT employee responsible for all aspects of the DIRTT solution manufacturing and delivery.

Works closely with the Partner team and representative during the design stages to ensure clients’ expectations and technical requirements are met by the deliverables.

Responsible for leading DIRTT's product development and engineering teams to deliver required custom solutions and all the technical aspects of the project.

Reviews technical details before manufacturing.

Oversees the manufacturing of the DIRTT solution as per client specifications.

Coordinate delivery schedule and shipping of the product to site.

Support the site installation.

C. FIELD TECHNICIAN •

Sole function is to provide all necessary support for the field installations.

Dedicated Field Technician in every area of the United States and Canada to support the installation work and the clients. Click to see map.

field technicians work closely with the Partner PM as well as the installation team to ensure that projects are completed on schedule and to the highest quality standards.

Responsible to provide technical support and problem resolution, and to perform final installation inspections.

HEALTHCARE SPECIALISTS Healthcare Specialists travel to facilitate face-to-face education in each market on a shift of behaviors around Healthcare Construction. Focusing on integrated project delivery, they will interact with the various stakeholders within each of client’s locations, as well as additional education of the A+D firms and GC’s working on those projects. •

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Main conduit for healthcare presentations – educating markets on the process of construction, costing, and schedule discussions.


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Voice of the field to the factory: Bring feedback/FAQs back to the greater healthcare team from the market.

Disseminate relevant information out to the Partners and representatives on specific client projects.

Support healthcare education and training for Partners and representatives involved in client projects.

Facilitate communication throughout the lifecycle of a project with various teams to ensure successful execution.

Provide information from lessons learned, as well as details from successes on previous builds.

Strategize on client projects using customized marketing tools.

Aid to simplifying pricing process.

Walk through the implementation and execution of projects.

Best practices for solutions and processes in healthcare.

Resource for innovations specific to healthcare.


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DESIGN ASSIST SCOPE

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DATE Mr. / Ms. NAME / TITLE COMPANY (Owner / CM / DBCG / GC / Architect) ADDRESS line 1 ADRESS line 2 (ZIP) RE: PROJECT NAME Pre-Construction/Design Assist Professional Services Proposal to ______ Integrated Interior Assemblies (CSI division 13 42 73) FIRST NAME, On behalf of DIRTT and our local DIRTT Partner, we are pleased to provide you with our proposal for professional Design Assist services. The service tasks and deliverables are limited to the Pre-Construction Project Phase up to an agreed upon scope and a final cost. The cost to manufacture, deliver, install and close-out the project is under a separate sub-contractor agreement with the General Contractor.

DIRTT DESIGN ASSIST SCOPE DETAIL DESIGN ASSIST SERVICES AND DELIVERABLES BY PHASE PRE-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES: Consultative Approach DIRTTs approach is a construction management method that improves quality, cost certainty and provides custom, clean rapid prefab construction solutions. The DIRTT team will act in the role of consultant and coordinate with the architect to transcribe their vision into DIRTT and assist with design & specification through the preconstruction portion of the project. The role will transition into a subcontractor as the implementation of the design is manufactured and installed. Preconstruction Services are outlined per a typical project phase below. Scope of work documents will also be provided for each trade affected on the project.

A. PROGRAMING/PRE-DESIGN:

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Meet with entire team to capture project goals and project delivery method (E.g. Design bid build, Design Build, CMAR, IPD, etc.) Review areas of program where DIRTT integrated prefab solutions provide value and areas where conventional construction is appropriate. (E.g. Fire-rated walls, stair and elevator shafts, mechanical rooms, etc.) Introduce DIRTT software platform, ICE®. Tool supports Design Assist approach and integrates into the BIM/Design process. o Familiarize team with ICE software benefits:  Interior elevation development and material selections  Millwork design development drawing production  Door hardware selection  MEP coordination  Integration of technology, IT and AV Differentiate Electrical Engineering drawings and DIRTT Power drawings: o Engineer of record (A&D) responsible for determining the initial locations, circuiting, code compliance and overall design concept. o DIRTT Power drawings reflect design intent producing accurate pricing. Preliminary meetings with critical design team members to review expectations of DIRTT multi-trade prefab method of construction o Schedule and scopes for other trades.  Review typical CSI sections affected o Explain and establish points of transitions between trades to understand scopes. (refer to scope documents) Provide a ROM/probable cost of construction ($/SF cost) as it relates to overall budget and goals of project established by end user and design team. DIRTT team reconciles costs per trade with design/construction team. All items are accounted for. No overlaps.

B. SCHEMATIC DESIGN: • • •

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Review space plan with team. Determine DIRTT prefab areas and conventional construction areas. Schematic design is imported into ICE software (after approved space plan is complete) Design meeting(s) are hosted for interactive, 3D review of model in ICE. o Ensures design intent is met o Revisions can be made during meeting under design team direction. Shareable 3D flythrough is created for the design/construction team and end user stakeholders o Exact pricing is automatically produced to respond to budget goals  Budgets can be produced as predetermined by the preconstruction team. o Approvals can be made from 3D model for preliminary design concepts Develop DIRTT timeline based on scope.


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Coordinate durations for implementation into overall project schedule

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Establish/coordinate design documents for correct scope of work of remaining trades o Conventional wall framing scope (DIRTT walls not included/shown on framing plan), doors within it, floor finishes, ceiling finishes, electrical drawings etc. Attend design/coordination meeting(s) for review of ICE files. o Discuss critical points of scope transitions to other trades (electrical, data, A/V, plumbing, etc.) o Develop plans and details with design team to represent appropriate scope of work for remaining trades. Prepare 3D flythrough for the design team and end user for approvals of the design development drawings. Produce budgets at intervals as predetermined by the preconstruction team (budgets/pricing are dependent on the projects delivery methods and determined iGMP (initial GMP) and final GMP timeline. Provide Preliminary drawings to be included in the DD set of documents for review and coordination. Provide Revit/BIM files as required for BIM coordination and clash detection. Review the DD set. Provide feedback to engineers and other Design Assist (DA) contractors (MEP, AV, IT etc.) Review/Confirm DIRTT timeline based on scope. o Coordinate/revise durations in the overall project schedule

D. CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: •

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Attend design/coordination meeting(s) for review of ICE files. o Discuss critical points of scope transitions with other trades (Electrical/ Technology/AV/Plumbing etc.) o Finalize plans and details with design team to represent proper scope of work Meet with local AHJ (Authorities Having jurisdiction) along with design team to review DIRTT scope of work and how it relates to life safety, local electrical and plumbing codes. Prepare 3D flythrough for design team and end user for approvals of design for Construction drawings and final material selections. Prepare final budgets/pricing at intervals as predetermined by the preconstruction team (budgets/pricing are dependent on the projects delivery methods and determined iGMP & final GMP timeline) Provide Revit/BIM files as required for BIM coordination and clash detection. Preliminary drawings to be included in CD set of documents. Review coordination for quality control of the construction documents.


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Feedback delivered to engineers and other Design Assist contractors (MEP, AV, IT etc.) Review/Confirm DIRTT timeline based on scope Coordinate/revise durations in the overall project schedule

E. BIDDING/PERMITTING: • • • • •

Final drawings for building permit drawings provided (Reference only drawings) Address permit review questions included in the correction letters from AHJ Respond to RFIs as needed Revise drawings as necessary for addendums during bidding and permitting process Provide final drawings for confirmed set of construction documents.

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES (N.I.C.) SERVICES AS PART OF GC’S BUY-OUT UNDER SEPARATE CONTRACT F. CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION: • •

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Project Manager attends job site meetings as needed. Provides updates on status of DIRTT material arrival and overall installation schedule coordination DIRTT team gives full ICE file walkthrough of shop drawings. o Review design intent is met o Address final items prior to order entry Perform site verification, or provide hold-to dimensions as necessary Installation team attends training, security and safety meetings as required Designated DIRTT Superintendent attends daily and other required meetings Daily jobsite reports and project status Punch-list walk through with the owner, architect and GC/CM Complete punch-list

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Provide all necessary close-out documents o Warranty – 10-year o 1-year workmanship letter o Operation & Maintenance documents (Material data sheets for cleaning/Maintenance) o Onsite training/demonstration As Built drawings including a final Revit or CAD file if needed Photo Documentation of final project


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INTERIOR DESIGN NARRATIVE

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INTERIOR DESIGN NARRATIVE – DIRTT: BASIS OF DESIGN GENERAL DIRTT is multi-trade, prefabricated interior construction. This project is intended to be a combination of traditional framing and construction for small portions of the interior fit out, with the majority of the fit-out utilizing DIRTT’s manufactured interior construction. This project will include the following DIRTT components: walls, doors, modular electric, modular network, modular millwork, integrated ceiling tee system support. Please refer to the architectural framing plans and appropriate narrative for the scope of work that falls within the contractor’s work for the traditional fit-out. The DIRTT fit-out will be supplied & installed by DIRTT with the sub-contractor trades sequencing their work with the DIRTT supplier (DIRTT PARTNER NAME). All wall finishes, apart from tile work, will come to the site pre-fabricated for installation. Any tile work that is called out in the Interior Design Narrative should assume that the tile sub-contractor will be responsible for supplying the tile, installing glass-mat, water resistant backing board in the DIRTT framed walls and installing and grouting the tile in a traditional installation method.

BASIS OF DESIGN 1) DIRTT Solid Wall Assemblies a) DIRTT wall assemblies incorporate aluminum framing segments with face mounted tiles. b) DIRTT Walls will include all necessary trim work and blocking c) DIRTT Frame Finish: Anodized Aluminum d) DIRTT Wall Finish: Painted MDF e) DIRTT Base Finish: Santoprene Base Trim, included. (Not required by flooring contractor) 2) DIRTT Glass Wall Assemblies a) Glass wall assemblies incorporate aluminum framing members and center mounted tempered glass b) DIRTT Walls will include all necessary trim work c) DIRTT Frame Finish: Anodized Aluminum d) DIRTT Glass: 6mm clear tempered glass e) DIRTT Base Finish: Santoprene Base Trim, included. (Not required by flooring contractor) 3) DIRTT Doors and hardware are provided for all doors located in the DIRTT wall assemblies only a) DIRTT doors include framing and door slabs b) DIRTT Type: Hinge, Solid Stained Wood Doors


c) Door Finish: Solid Maple Quarter Cut 4) Hardware assumed for preliminary scope: a) Swing doors: Schlage locking or passage set b) Sliding doors: 12” D Pull with lockset as required c) Cores by others d) Security hardware i) Electric locks, mag locks, electric strikes provided for installation in DIRTT walls only ii) Location and type of card readers as indicated on hardware schedule iii) Wiring and activation of devices by others 5) DIRTT Millwork: a) DIRTT Millwork will have an MDF substrate i) Finish: Thermofoil, grade 2 b) DIRTT Millwork hardware to be selected from DIRTT standards c) Cut out for sinks included - sinks, fixtures, sink hardware to be furnished by others 6) DIRTT Electric and rough-in: a) Framing assemblies will arrive with the full modular power installed in the walls and Non-Emergency 120VAC electrical power devices and distribution: b) Frames arrive with modular device boxes fully installed c) Access floor modular device boxes and components installed in access floor cavity onsite d) Devices installed and terminated to UL listed “relock” plug and play cables e) DIRTT installers will route cables to plenum f) DIRTT will supply all connectors and cables used to assemble three circuits of power ending in an eight wire “pig tail” to be connected to base building power by the electrical contractor. g) DIRTT will supply “Scope of Work” Document h) Electrical contractor will make all plug and play connections in the plenum and access floor i) Electrical contractor to provide code compliant structural connection of coupler boxes / connectors and cables to base building. All materials for that connection by the EC. j) Finish trim provided by DIRTT and installed by DIRTT installers k) Wiring and conduit to hand dryers by others. l) Refer to electrical narrative 7) Healthcare Electric a) Emergency 120VAC electrical power: b) DIRTT frames will arrive with modular electrical box and conduit installed and finish face tile cut c) Devices and all wiring by Electrical contractor d) Trimming / extension of EMT conduit by Electrical Contractor e) Finish trim provided by DIRTT and installed by DIRTT Installer f) Refer to electrical narrative 2


8) Light switches: a) DIRTT frames will arrive with conventional box b) Devices and wiring by electrical contractor c) Trimming / extension of EMT conduit by Electrical Contractor d) Finish trim provided and installed by EC e) Refer to electrical narrative 9) Data / low voltage / specialty devices: a) Structural frames arrive with conventional box b) Devices, wiring and finish trim by others c) Trimming / EMT conduit by Electrical Contractor d) HVAC – Empty conventional device box for thermostats to be provided by DIRTT in locations specified e) Life safety – Empty conventional device box to be provided by DIRTT in locations specified f) Refer to electrical narrative 10) DIRTT networks: a) Modular Networks Components: Copper cabling or Fiber (PON) – TBD b) If conventional network distribution, electrical contractor to coordinate with DIRTT regarding distribution in DIRTT wall frames. Refer to interior design narrative for specifications 11) Integration of Med Gas: a) Med Gas components installed in DIRTT frames at the factory. Copper piping and device integration for medial gas with in factory certification b) Coordination and accommodation for plumbing piping and fixtures. 12) Integration of Technology/AV: a) TV’s, wiring and all interface provided and installed by Others (Client, IT) b) Mounting brackets provided and installed by DIRTT installers c) DIRTT power chassis (provides 120VAC & 12VDC) installed by DIRTT installer 13) Plumbing a) Drain, vent and supply line location will be coordinated between entity doing core drills and DIRTT installers. b) Coordination of the fixtures will be required if supported by the DIRTT framing assemblies. c) Plumbing fixtures by others. Refer to interior design narrative for specifications

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14) Seismic Requirements (if necessary) a) DIRTT to furnish and install bracing based on Seismic Category (_), Occupancy Category (Risk factor) and wall height b) Refer to architectural narrative for requirements c) Refer to DIRTT seismic engineering reports for details


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SCHEMATIC DESIGN NARRATIVE – DIRTT: BASIS OF DESIGN SUMMARY This project narrative provides an overview of the project scope, design features and level of quality for the proposed CLIENT NAME/PROJECT NAME. The narrative with the conceptual drawings establishes the basis of design for further development in the subsequent design and construction phases of the project. The information in this narrative appears under the following subsections in the order indicated below: • • • • • • • •

Executive Summary Project Scope Architectural Design Narrative Structural Design Narrative DIRTT Design Narrative Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Narrative Project Schedule Appendices o APPENDIX A: Site Plans o APPENDIX B: Geotechnical Report o APPENDIX C: Schematic Departmental Floor Plans o APPENDIX D: Schematic Drawing Package o APPENDIX E: Ceiling Alternates Plans o APPENDIX F: Flooring Alternates Plans o APPENDIX G: Engineering Proposed Equipment


INTERIOR DESIGN NARRATIVE FINISH TYPE AND INTENT General PRICING: All wall finishes, apart from tile work, will come to the site pre-fabricated for installation. If any tile work is called out in the Interior Design Narrative, the tile sub-contractor will be responsible for supplying the tile, installing glass-mat, water resistant backing board in the DIRTT framed walls and installing and grouting the tile in a traditional installation method. The interior finishes are being priced with a basis of design and multiple alternates dependent upon the material. The alternates are being priced to establish unit prices for upgraded materials so that each tenant can evaluate the cost of each upgrade against their tenant allowance and the basis of design pricing. Using the pricing provided from the schematic bid, ARCHITECT & DESIGN FIRM NAME will work with each tenant to make final color and material selections in the design development stage of the project. Please refer to the material descriptions for specifications along with designations for which materials will be priced as add alternates. For the design intent, please reference the individual room description sheets that specify all materials (the basis of design and add alternates) within the project scope. Due to the complexity of the add alternates for the flooring and ceiling materials, color-coded reference plans have been developed to show the extent of each alternate material. Please reference the attached XXXXXX series for ceiling add alternates and the XXXXXX series for flooring add alternates. INSTALLATION: All acoustical ceiling tile grids will run continuous wherever possible. Ceiling tiles will be installed with minimal breaks in the ceiling grid and will be priced as such. DIRTT prefabricated walls install flush to the ceiling tile and do not interrupt the grid. Refer to DIRTT Interior Design Narrative for additional information.

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TREATMENT ROOMS: CEILINGS: • •

C-2 ADD ALTERNATE: Refer to colored floor plans for add alternate scope and materials.

LIGHTING: • Level 1 • ADD ALTERNATE: Level 2 WALL: Refer to DIRTT Interior Design Narrative. WALL PROTECTION: Refer to DIRTT Interior Design Narrative. FLOORING: • VCT: assume (2) colors, 75% field tile and 25% accent 1 • ADD ALTERNATE: Refer to colored floor plans for add alternate scope and materials. BASE: Refer to DIRTT Interior Design Narrative. CASEWORK: Refer to DIRTT Interior Design Narrative. NOTE: Room names include but are not limited to: Lymph, Vest, OT, ADL, Speech, BI, EMG, Hand, Hand Gym, Eval, Consult, Lab and Treatment.

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MEP DESIGN NARRATIVE BASIS OF DESIGN & SYSTEMS DIRTT Wall Systems Refer to the architectural narrative and schematic plans to determine the proposed locations where the DIRTT wall system will be used. General System Descriptions: The electrical design will be developed in a collaborative process with the architect, DIRTT and local DIRTT installer. For areas using the DIRTT wall system, DIRTT will specify a panel manager or zone distribution boxes that will be provided by DIRTT and installed by the electrical contractor. The electrical contractor will securely attach the zone distribution box to the base building and wire homeruns to the electrical panel per the engineering circuiting drawings and electrical specifications. Pre-terminated “extender cables” will be used to connect the modular DIRTT wall panels to the zone boxes or panel managers. In areas where DIRTT walls are indicated, all electrical will be fully modular and provided by DIRTT as described below: •

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Non-Emergency 120VAC electrical power devices and distribution: o DIRTT will provide full modular power system. o Frames will arrive with modular device boxes fully installed. o Devices will be installed and terminated to UL listed “relock” plug and play cables. o DIRTT installers will route cables to plenum. o DIRTT will supply all connectors and cables used to assemble three circuits of power ending in an eight. o Electrical contractor will connect wire “pig tail” to base building power. o DIRTT will supply “Scope of Work” document. o Electrical contractor will make all plug and play connections. o Electrical contractor will provide code compliant structural connection of coupler boxes/connectors and cables to base building. All materials for that connection will be provided by the electrical contractor. o DIRTT will provide finish trim for installation by DIRTT installers. Emergency 120VAC electrical power (ASC area only): o DIRTT frames will arrive with modular electrical box and conduit installed and finish face tile cut. o Electrical contractor will connect devices and all wiring. o Electrical contractor will trim/extend EMT conduit. o DIRTT will provide finish trim for installation by DIRTT installers. Light switches: o DIRTT frames will arrive with conventional box. o Electrical contractor will connect devices and wiring. o Electrical contractor will trimming/extend EMT conduit. o Electrical contractor will provide and install finish trim. Data/low voltage/specialty devices:


Structural frames will arrive with conventional box. Others will provide devices, wiring and finish trim. Electrical contractor will trim/extend EMT conduit. DIRTT will provide HVAC empty conventional device box for thermostats in specified locations. DIRTT will provide life safety empty conventional device box in specified locations. Fire extinguisher cabinets provided by GC will be installed in DIRTT walls. Drawings will show their locations. Security hardware: o DIRTT Distribution Partner will provide electric locks, mag locks and electric strikes for installation in DIRTT-provided doors in DIRTT walls only. o GC will install all Door closers. o Hardware schedule will show location and type of card readers. Others (access control/door Hardware provider) will wire and activate devices. o o o o o o

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Healthcare Solutions Infection Prevention Infection prevention is a paramount concern for healthcare facilities. Through design, material selection, the construction process and operations, DIRTT ensures its solutions actively support infection prevention and control, and cleaning and disinfecting protocols. The Joint Commission uses the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities (herein referred to as the FGI Guidelines) to define minimum standards for infection prevention needs in hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities. DIRTT uses those guidelines as an overarching guide to address how we respond to infection prevention and control needs. It is important to keep in mind there may be local, state, regional, or national standards and regulations in addition to the FGI Guidelines that define construction requirements related to infection prevention and control in healthcare facilities. The FGI Guidelines also focus on the planning and design process for new construction, additions and renovations. It recommends that a space includes consideration of potential changes in the functional requirements over time. Programs with a potential for growth should be designed to accommodate future expansions either internally by pushing out â&#x20AC;&#x153;soft spaces,â&#x20AC;? or through external expansion.

Design behaviors and material selection The CDC maintains guidelines for the ongoing maintenance of healthcare environments as relates to infection prevention and control. The CDC Infection Prevention Guidelines state that housekeeping surfaces (such as floors, walls and tabletops) are those which generally do not come into direct contact with patients during care. Most, if not all, housekeeping surfaces need only be cleaned with soap and water or a detergent/disinfectant, depending on the nature of the surface and the type and degree of contamination. Disinfectant/detergent formulations registered by EPA are used for environmental surface cleaning, but the actual physical removal of microorganisms and soil by wiping or scrubbing is probably as important, if not more so, than any antimicrobial effect of the cleaning agent used.


The FGI Guidelines state the following characteristics and criteria should be used in selecting and specifying surface and furnishing materials and products for hospital design and construction projects: •

Flame-resistant

Durable

Resilient and impact-resistant

Reduces user fatigue and musculoskeletal injury

Uses compatible substrate and materials in surface and furnishing assemblies •

Surface and furnishing assembly seams and joints should be smooth and fully sealed

Water-resistant materials, sealed-seam construction methods, and moisture-impervious surface selections should be used for assemblies where water or moisture is continuously present

Safe and efficient for use in occupied patient care settings

Supports the facility’s clinical needs and is appropriate for the emotional and cultural well-being of patients, staff, and visitors

Has acoustic properties that support clinical function and patient safety and well-being

Made of non-toxic, non-allergenic materials

Can control and minimize reflectivity and glare

The FGI Guidelines also state the following regarding walls and wall protection: •

Wall finishes shall be washable

Wall finishes near plumbing fixtures shall be smooth, scrubbable and water-resistant

Wall finishes in the following rooms shall be free of fissures, open joints or crevices that may retain or permit passage of dirt particles: •

Operating rooms

Cesarean delivery rooms

Isolation rooms

IV and chemotherapy preparation rooms

Sterile processing rooms

Endoscopy procedure rooms

Endoscopy instrument processing rooms

Wall surfaces in areas routinely subjected to wet spray or splatter (e.g. kitchens, environmental services rooms) shall be monolithic or have sealed seams that are tight and smooth.

Food and nutrition areas. In these areas, wall construction, finish and trim, including joints between the walls and the floors, shall be free of insect- and rodent-harboring spaces. • Walls in food preparation, sanitation/ warewashing and serving areas • Walls shall be non-absorbent, smooth, easily cleaned, and light in color.

Wall openings for pipes, ducts and conduits as well as joints as structural elements shall be tightly sealed.

Sharp, protruding corners shall not be permitted.

Wall protection devices and corner guards shall be durable and scrubbable.


DIRTT standard materials that support the guidelines •

Chromacoat

Chromacoat with UV Top Coat

Thermofoil/3D Laminate

Write Away™

Magnetic WriteAway™

Solid Surface

Corning® Willow® Glass

Glass

Carnegie Xorel®

Urea formaldehyde-free MDF tiles

Magnesium Oxide (MgO) tiles

Note: Some facilities may also consider the use of customers’ own materials (COMs) as their facility standard.

Design and Material Selection to Support IP+C Design and material selection is the first step in ensuring your space will perform as required. In schematic design, material choices can be made based on the actual activity that happens at that junction of the wall. You choose details that will stand up to the demands of infection control and durability in a healthcare setting. •

High impact areas: Thermofoil /3D Laminates wrap around tiles and millwork, eliminating seams, corners and edge banding.

Behind sinks: Solid Surface Tiles cannot be damaged by water.

Wayfinding, signage and art, including positive distraction: Corning® Willow® Glass tiles or WriteAway™ surfaces with Graphic Interlayer removes paper, horizontal details, and creates seamless surfaces that promote easy cleaning.

Staff and/or patient communication – the wall becomes the patient communication board by utilizing Magnetic WriteAway™ materials on the actual tiles.

Metrex’s direction for use for CaviWipes™ states they should not be used on porous surfaces. This includes any painted surface such as painted drywall and Chromacoat DIRTT tiles.

Imbed technology into the wall to remove horizontal surfaces, protect technology, and create more efficiencies for housekeeping.

Use the horizontal structural detail to support any manufacturer’s equipment, supplies and millwork, removing the need to screw items into the wall. No blocking is required, keeping the cavity clear in the wall to run what does need to be supported cleanly.

Additional Solution Enhancements to Support IP+C DIRTT designs its healthcare spaces to eliminate gaps where germs can gather, and to simplify the cleaning process. Healthcare gaskets securely seal small gaps between tiles to create a seamless finish. Continuous flooring can be wrapped up on to the DIRTT Wall for critical care area requirements.


Clean Construction Environments – Changing the Process of Construction •

DIRTT’s manufactured construction solution supports a healthy

environment throughout the construction process; for all of the trades during new construction projects and for patients, family and stuff during renovations of existing facilities. •

Walls arrive pre-engineered to site, with electrical, data, med gases and plumbing chases pre-installed in a controlled environment.

Instead of multiple trades building out the interior walls by hand in the building envelope, the process becomes one of essentially tilt-up construction for the interiors with the final handshake with MEP occurring on site.

This pre-manufactured approach enables clean construction by eliminating cutting, fitting and finishing on site, along with the associated drywall dust and material debris.

Eliminating drywall dust impacts the requirements around decommissioning adjacent spaces, sealing off units and installing HEPA filters. There will not be same requirements around hoarding as one finds in a conventionally built space.

There is a substantial reduction in material waste that needs to be removed from the building during a renovation project, which can potentially impact the need for housekeeping to mop down corridors and elevators where the waste is being transported.

There is also increased efficiency for on-site trades as they work in an open environment instead of around vertical impediments created by the steel studs, in turn leading to a safer work environment.

Operational Efficiencies DIRTT's non-generational interface guarantees our newest solutions will always fit with our previous solutions, ensuring efficiencies and sustainability. The acceptance of uncertainty gives freedom to the future state of DIRTT – the walls become an adaptable platform to support whatever changes may come down the road for the facility. •

Ease of accessibility means that change can occur without having to punch into drywall, eliminating the dust, noise, labor time and down-time that goes into repairing and refinishing that drywall.

Small changes become simple. Facilities personnel can quickly and cleanly remove a tile to gain access to a wall cavity for updates or maintenance, for example to cap off med gases, move outlets, investigate plumbing or reverse osmosis RO line leaks.

Easy accessibly to the wall cavity also has an impact from an IP+C standpoint – unlike drywall, the wall interiors can be easily inspected for mold, or other impacts from plumbing leaks.

The aluminum frames eliminate the need for blocking in the wall. Monitor arms, diagnostic equipment, supplies and millwork are suspended from the wall’s horizontal detail.

To reduce clutter on vertical surfaces and decrease touch points, DIRTT Millwork can be designed to imbed supplies such as glove boxes and sharps containers, while the walls support imbedded technology and equipment.

Together, the suspended millwork and imbedded technology and accessories creates clutter-free surfaces that support housekeeping efforts by making cleaning and sanitizing more efficient

As equipment changes over time, the facilities team does not have to patch and repair walls where equipment used to be.

DIRTT provides a space that supports IP+C and allows for future adaptability to prevent obsolescence as technology and equipment changes.


Cleaning and Disinfecting DIRTT Healthcare Solutions The FGI Guidelines create an environment that is safe for all building occupants, in terms of infectious diseases control and the prevention of hospital-acquired infections. DIRTT subscribes to the healthcare-mandated definitions found in facilities infection prevention plans, as outlined here: •

Cleaning refers to removing visible soil and organic contamination from a device or environmental surface using the physical action of scrubbing with a surfactant or detergent and water; or an energy-based process (e.g. ultrasonic cleaners) with appropriate chemical agents. This process removes large numbers of microorganisms from surfaces and must always precede disinfection.

Disinfection is generally a process of microbial inactivation (less lethal than sterilization) that eliminates virtually all recognized pathogenic microorganisms, but not necessarily all microbial forms (e.g. bacterial spores).

DIRTT components and finishes have been tested to ensure they will stand up to manufacturers’ recommendations for the use of most healthcare cleaning and disinfection products (e.g. amount, dilution, contact time, safe use, and disposal).

Cleaning and Disinfection Guidelines for DIRTT Healthcare Solutions Chromacoat •

Chromacoat panels have been tested to withstand 10% bleach and 30% bleach, with no negative effect.

Metrex’s direction for use for CaviWipes™ states they should not be used on porous surfaces. This includes any painted surface such as painted drywall and Chromacoat DIRTT tiles. Do not use CaviWipes™ on DIRTT Chromacoat tiles.

Anecdotally, DIRTT has installed Chromacoat surfaces in numerous healthcare facilities throughout North America, with no reported issues when the solutions are cleaned with the suggested products. Thermofoil/3D Laminate •

Use a clean cotton or microfiber cloth saturated with a mixture of warm water (99%) and a mild, nonabrasive dish washing detergent (1%) to clean 3D laminate by wiping in vertical movements with light pressure.

Disinfecting 3D Laminate surface: Use a clean microfiber cloth saturated with a solution of water (90%) and bleach (10%)..

See PDF under Infection Prevention Control section of my.dirtt for full details.

Glass and Corning® Willow® Glass The following are recommended maintenance procedures and suggested methods for establishing safe cleaning processes of DIRTT Healthcare solutions. •

Cleaning glass in an interior application requires some delicacy, especially if the surface is etched. Interior glass should be cleaned with a mild, non-alkaline detergent that contains no abrasives or polishing agents to prevent scratches or residue left on the glass.

Abrasive or caustic cleaners are not to be used in any application. If the glass surface is etched, the cleaning process should be done delicately to prevent patchiness on the etched surface.

Wipe the glass until dry using a soft cloth or paper towel, removing any streaks that may have formed. Liquids left on the glass may cause staining. If any contaminants remain on the glass, a solution of 50/50 water and isopropyl alcohol can be used to remove it. This works well with sticky or gluey materials. Use light to moderate pressure as excessive pressure or hard scrubbing motions may damage the glass surface.


Carnegie Xorel® Healthcare-Grade Finishes Xorel is non-absorbent; dust and stains cannot penetrate it. •

Periodic vacuuming will remove dust that may settle. Most stains that dry between the protected fibers or on the surface can be eliminated by wiping the fabric with a cloth moistened with hot water.

Stains requiring additional treatment can be cleaned with a variety of water- or solvent-based cleaners. When using solvent-based cleaners on paper-backed Xorel fabric, test on a small area first. Residue from these cleaners must be removed with hot water and a clean sponge. After cleaning, towel dry.

Hardened solids can be removed with a stiff brush or a sharp-edged instrument without damaging the fabric. However, a brush or sharp instrument should not be used close to seams.

Hospital-grade disinfectant cleaners can be safely used on Xorel fabrics. Always follow the directions for the specific brand being used as contact times may vary depending on the product.

Diluted bleach solution (up to 40%) can also be used on Xorel for disinfecting purposes.

Xorel Artform can be cleaned using the same water and/or solvent based cleaners as our standard Xorel fabric offerings, and is bleach cleanable. Be careful not to apply too much pressure or over-saturate the substrate as it may adversely affect panel alignment and/or bond.

See PDF under Infection Prevention Control section of my.dirtt for full details.

WriteAway™ and Magnetic WriteAway™ Important: Before using WriteAway™ for the first time, clean the surface thoroughly with a nonabrasive cleaner, such as dry erase board cleaner along with a microfiber cloth or similar soft cloth. Then completely rinse the surface with clean water and dry with a dry erase cleaning cloth or similar soft cloth. Rinsing the surface with water will remove any residue left behind by the cleaning agent. Important maintenance for WriteAway™ surfaces: •

Recommended marker brands: EXPO bold, EXPO Low Odor, Quartet, EnduraGlide. Other brands/types of dry erase markers may require more frequent liquid cleaning.

Remove dry erase markings with a microfiber cloth or similar felt eraser. Press firmly in a circular motion when erasing. Wash dry erase cleaning cloths or change erasers as they become dirty. Dirty dry erase cleaning cloths and erasers may spread ink residue on the surface.

NOTE: High-gloss dry erase surfaces offer excellent dry erase characteristics. Some other brands of dry erase markers may cause ghosting, which is the term used to describe faint remnants of marker left on a surface after dry erasing.

For daily cleaning, or on an as-needed basis, rinse the surface with water. Dry the surface completely with a dry erase cleaning cloth or similar soft cloth prior to writing.

For stubborn stains, use a paint/adhesive remover such as Goof Off®. Apply to a dry erase cleaning cloth or similar soft cloth, blot and/or rub gently over the stained area. After the stain has been removed, rinse with clean water along with a dry erase cleaning cloth or similar soft cloth and dry as mentioned above. Read the paint/ adhesive remover manufacturer’s precautions before using.

If a permanent marker is accidentally used, it may be removed by saturating the area with a similar color dry erase marker and allowing it to soak for a few minutes, then removing as per normal operation. Additional applications of the dry erase color maybe required to completely remove the permanent ink. See PDF under Infection Prevention Control section of my.dirtt for full details.


Solid Surface DIRTTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s solid surfaces can be used in many applications in the healthcare sector. These solutions combine a non-porous surface in finishes ranging from matte to polished. With a high resistance to chemicals, including strong or aggressive cleaning agents, they are easy to clean, as demonstrated in tests conducted in accordance with the ISO 19712-2 and NEMA LD3 standards. These solutions enable the creation of hygienic seams, so surfaces can be kept free of dirt, harmful bacteria and fungi. The solid uniform material has no layers that may separate and come loose and it can easily be renewed and restored to its former condition while maintaining its antibacterial properties. See PDF under Infection Prevention Control section of my.dirtt for full details.

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Passive Optical Networks PON: Faster. More efficient. Less money. Yes. Passive Optical Networks (PON) leverages single mode fiber for a superior network solution beyond any copper cabling. Aside from experiencing better performance, you’ll save energy, real estate and money. The key for comparison is examining the total installed cost. Immediately PON’s compact size and ease of delivery to the desktop reduces space requirements, network equipment, installation, and construction costs. A PON deployment can be half the cost of copper. And once you’re moved in, you’ll see even more savings.

Copper vs Single-Mode Fiber Copper

Single-Mode Fiber

Bandwidth

1 to 10 GBE maximum

Unlimited

Distance Capabilities

Up to 328 feet

Up to 12 miles

Telecom Real Estate

Multiple telecom rooms

Single small telecom room

Environment Controls

$5000 – $20,000 per room annually

$5000 or less annually

Switches

Yes

No

Speed Upgrades

Regularly

Never

One single-mode fiber cable is equivalent to ninety-six copper cables.


What makes PON the better choice? All spaces benefit from PON over copper. In spaces over 20,000 sf. and/or high density locations it becomes the clear winner in all categories: cost, performance, security and efficiencies. Copper deployment means building several large, highly secured, environmentally controlled telecommunication rooms (TR) with fire suppression, surge suppression, several hubs, switches, enclosures and patch panels and thousands of copper cables running on robust cable trays to the rest of the floor. One single-mode fiber cable is the equivalent of 96 copper cables. It runs up to twelve miles without losing strength or needing boosters, while being less susceptible to interference. One small, secure TR controls your entire network. After you move in, the unlimited bandwidth of PON means never having to update for better speed. And you’ll have greater security for your network because fiber doesn’t radiate signals and is extremely difficult to tap. Traditional Network

copper point-to-point deployment

Passive Optical Network

single-mode fiber runs in DIRTT Access Floor

What about on the other end of the fiber? Computers and VoIP phones still require copper signals. The answer is an Optical Networks Terminal (ONT) to complete the connection. This small piece of equipment is placed at what is called the “edge” in secure locations, such as the ceiling or the interior of a DIRTT wall. Even with one ONT for every eight users, it is still more cost effective than building a large TRs filled with networking hardware and racks. Traditional Network

Conventional Copper Homeruns

Passive Optical Network

Single-Mode fiber runs to ONTs

Optical Networks Terminal (ONT)


Mounting Options Ceiling ONT Chassis

DIRTT Wall Mount ONT

90% less space The images below are from a client’s project. The left shows the TR originally planned with a copper deployment. The right image shows the TR sized for a PON deployment. The PON TR uses only 10% of the real estate of the copper TR. Traditional Network Copper TR – 222 sf

Passive Optical Network PON TR – 22 sf.

The client reclaimed two hundred square feet of usable space. With that, they built two much needed offices. Since a single-mode fiber cable can run up to 12 miles, versus copper cable’s maximum length of 328 feet, one small TR serves multiple floors. This frees up space for other uses throughout the building and minimizes the construction of expensive TRs which come with high operating costs. Traditional Network

Copper TR Building Section

Passive Optical Network PON TR Building Section


80% less energy A PON solution requires minimal cooling in the TR as there is only one rack in the room. Plus it does not need switch gear and its associated power. With less cooling and less overall power, PON solutions use 20% of the energy of a copper deployment. Expense

250 Users

500 Users

1000 Users

Campus 5000 Users

Campus 10,000 Users

Total Cost of Ownership

32%

46%

57%

68%

68%

Capex

31%

41%

48%

55%

55%

OpEx

40%

50%

65%

70%

70%

• Power

48%

61%

68%

75%

75%

• Cooling

48%

61%

68%

75%

75%

% savings compared to a copper deployment

These are significant savings both for day-one capital expenditures and annual operating expenditures due to mitigating power and cooling costs – to say nothing of lowering your carbon footprint.

Half the cost. Less energy. Smaller real estate. Higher performance. More secure. No upgrades needed. PON by DIRTT. Contact us: For more information, please contact us at networksandpowerpricing@dirtt.net (napp@dirtt.net).

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