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GENERAL NOTES

GENERAL NOTES

1. THESE PLANS ARE THE PROPERTY OF AB DESIGN STUDIO, INC. USE OR COPY IS PERMITTED BY CONTRACT ONLY. ANY REVISIONS TO THESE PLANS, REGARDLESS OF SCOPE WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF AB DESIGN STUDIO, INC. IS PROHIBITED AND SHALL THEREBY ABSOLVE AB DESIGN STUDIO, INC. FROM ANY LIABILITY CLAIMS, SUITS, OR LITIGATION BY ANY INTEREST PARTIES IN THE PROJECT.

29. FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO BE PLACED OR STORED WITHIN THE BUILDINGS.

2. THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS ARE PROVIDED TO ILLUSTRATE THE DESIGN DESIRED AND IMPLY THE FINEST QUALITY WORKMANSHIP THROUGHOUT. ANY DESIGN OR DETAIL WHICH APPEARS TO BE INCONSISTENT WITH THE ABOVE SHOULD BE IMMEDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT BY THE CONTRACTOR. 3. ALL WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALS SHALL CONFORM TO THE CURRENT EDITION OF THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE, LAWS, ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS OF ALL GOVERNMENTAL BODIES WITH JURISDICTION OVER THE PROJECT. 4. INTERPRETATION OF DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS: EACH CONTRACTOR SHALL CHECK AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS AT THE PROJECT SITE BEFORE EXECUTING ANY WORK AND SHALL NOTIFY THE OWNER AND THE ARCHITECT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES BEFORE PROCEEDING. THE ARCHITECT SHALL BE NOTIFIED OF ANY UNUSUAL OR UNFORESEEN CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS WHICH MAY AFFECT THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OR SAFETY OF THE PROJECT. 5. ADHERENCE TO PLANS: STRICT ADHERENCE TO THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS MUST BE MAINTAINED. NO CHANGES SHALL BE MADE IN THE PROJECT WHICH DEVIATE FROM THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE OWNER. NO STRUCTURAL CHANGES SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE ARCHITECT. 6. WORKING DRAWING: FIGURED DIMENSIONS AND DETAILED DRAWINGS SHALL BE FOLLOWED IN PREFERENCE TO SCALE MEASUREMENTS. IN CASE OF ANY DOUBT ON THE PART OF THE CONTRACTOR AS TO THE EXACT MEANING OF THE DRAWINGS AND THESE SPECIFICATIONS, HE SHALL APPLY TO THE ARCHITECT FOR AN INTERPRETATION BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH HIS WORK. 7. SHOP DRAWINGS: CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW ALL SHOP DRAWINGS FOR COORDINATION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS PRIOR TO SUBMITTING TO THE ARCHITECT. CONTRACTOR SHALL INFORM THE ARCHITECT OF DISCREPANCIES IN THE SHOPS WHEN SUBMITTING TO THE ARCHITECT. 8. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL SHORING AND BRACING REQUIRED TO PROTECT PERSONNEL AND ADJACENT PROPERTY AND TO INSURE SAFETY OF THE PROJECT WORK. 9. WHEREVER IN THESE DRAWINGS ANY MATERIAL OR PROCESS IS INDICATED, IT IS FOR THE PURPOSE OF FACILITATING DESCRIPTION OF THE MATERIAL OR PROCESS DESIRED. THE CONTRACTOR MAY OFFER ANY MATERIAL OR PROCESS WHICH SHALL BE DEEMED EQUIVALENT BY THE ENGINEER AND THE ARCHITECT TO THAT MATERIAL OR PROCESS INDICATED OR SPECIFIED. 10. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL MATERIALS SHALL BE NEW AND BOTH WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALS SHALL BE THE BEST OF THEIR RESPECTIVE KINDS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, IF REQUIRED, FURNISH SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE AS TO THE KIND AND QUALITY OF MATERIALS. 11. IT SHALL BE THE DUTY OF THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR TO SEE THAT ALL SUB-CONTRACTORS ARE FULLY INFORMED IN REGARD TO THE GENERAL CONDITIONS AND PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS. 12. EACH CONTRACTOR SHALL PAY FOR AND OBTAIN ALL PERMITS REQUIRED BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH HIS RESPECTIVE INSTALLATION AND SHALL ARRANGE AND PAY FOR ANY INSPECTIONS AND EXAMINATIONS REQUIRED BY THOSE AUTHORITIES. 13. IF THE DRAWINGS AND/OR SPECIFICATIONS ARE AT VARIANCE WITH ANY FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL OR MUNICIPAL LAW, ORDINANCE, RULES OR DEPARTMENTAL REGULATIONS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THAT WORK. IF ANY OF THE CONTRACTOR'S WORK SHALL BE DONE CONTRARY THERETO WITHOUT SUCH NOTICE HE SHALL BEAR ALL COST ARISING THEREFROM. 14. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL VIOLATIONS OF CITY ORDINANCES AND STATE LAWS INVOLVED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS WORK. HE SHALL PROVIDE, DURING THE PROGRESS OF THE WORK, EVERY AND ALL SAFEGUARDS AND PROTECTION AGAINST ACCIDENTS, INJURY AND DAMAGE TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY INCLUDING ADJOINING PROPERTY. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS WORK AND EVERY PART THEREOF, AND FOR ALL MATERIALS, TOOLS, APPLIANCES, AND PROPERTY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION USED IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. 15. THE CONTRACTOR ASSUMES ALL RISKS, HAZARDS AND CONDITIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACT, AND EVEN IF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACT INVOLVES A GREATER EXPENDITURE OF MONEY THAN THE CONTRACTOR EXPECTED AT THE TIME OF BIDDING, NO ALLOWANCE WILL BE MADE ON ACCOUNT THEREOF, AND THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTINUE WITH AND COMPLETE THE WORK. 16. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE PERSONAL SUPERVISION TO THE WORK, USING HIS BEST SKILL AND ATTENTION, AND SHALL KEEP A COMPETENT FOREMAN AND NECESSARY ASSISTANTS CONSTANTLY ON THE SITE. THE FOREMAN SHALL BE THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CONTRACTOR AND ALL DIRECTIONS GIVEN BY HIM SHALL BE AS BINDING AS IF GIVEN BY THE CONTRACTOR. COMMUNICATION DELIVERED TO THE FOREMAN BY THE ARCHITECT SHALL BE AS BINDING AS IF DELIVERED TO THE CONTRACTOR. 17. THE OWNER, WITHOUT INVALIDATING THE CONTRACT, MAY ALTER BY ADDING TO OR DEDUCTING FROM THE WORK COVERED IN THE CONTRACT. ALL SUCH WORK SHALL BE EXECUTED UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT EXCEPT THAT NO EXTRA WORK OR CHANGES SHALL BE DONE WITHOUT WRITTEN ORDER FROM THE ARCHITECT. SUCH ORDERS SHALL COVER THE AGREED PRICE AND TERMS OF EXTRA WORK OF CHANGES, IF WORK IS TO BE OMITTED, THEN PROPER CREDIT FOR SUCH OMITTED WORK SHALL BE GIVEN THE OWNER. 18. PRIOR TO THE COMPLETION OF THE WORK, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL THOROUGHLY CLEAN THE EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR OF THE BUILDING, INCLUDING FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT, FLOORS HARDWARE REMOVING ALL PLASTER SPOTS, STAINS, PAINT SPOTS AND ACCUMULATED DUST AND DIRT. THIS SHALL INCLUDE THOROUGH CLEANING OF ALL ROOFS, WINDOW SILLS AND LEDGES, HORIZONTAL PROJECTIONS, STEPS, RAILS, SIDEWALKS OR OTHER SURFACE WHERE DEBRIS MAY HAVE COLLECTED, WASHING AND POLISHING ALL GLASS.

30. WHERE NEW WORK IS TO REPLACE EXISTING, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PREPARE AREA AND SUBSTRATES FOR THE PROPER INSTALLATION OF NEW WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS FOR INSTALLATION OF THE PARTICULAR NEW WORK. 31. CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID DAMAGE TO SURROUNDING BUILDING AND SITE AREA AND FEATURES, INCLUDING HARDSCAPE, SIDEWALKS, ROADWAYS, CURBS, TREES AND PLANTING, TREE GRATES, DRAIN COVERS, UNDERGROUND UTILITIES AND OTHER SIMILAR ITEMS THAT ARE TO REMAIN. SHOULD DAMAGE OCCUR, AS A RESULT OF NECESSARY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS SUCH AS INSTALLATION OF UTILITIES, CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR TO ORIGINAL CONDITION AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO OWNER. 32. WHEREVER EXISTING WORK IS DAMAGED BY ANY OTHER CONSTRUCTION OPERATION, IT SHALL BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED WITH NEW MATERIAL TO MATCH EXISTING AS APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT & CLIENT / OWNER. 33. COMPLETED WORK SHALL BE PROTECTED DURING CONSTRUCTION TO AVOID DAMAGE. SHOULD DAMAGE OCCUR, REPAIRS SHALL BE MADE SO THAT NEITHER THE DAMAGE NOR THE REPAIRS ARE EVIDENT. 34. PROVISIONS SHALL BE MADE BY THE CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE SAFETY, PROTECT LIFE AND PROPERTY AND CONTROL DUST AND NOISE, AND LIMIT DEBRIS AT WORK AREAS. PARTICULAR CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN AT AREAS SUBJECT TO ACCESS BY BUILDING USERS AND THE PUBLIC. PROVISIONS INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, BARRICADES, COVERED PASSAGE WAYS, SOUNDPROOF BARRIERS, WARNING LIGHTS AND SIGNS, TEMPORARY FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS, BRACING AND SCAFFOLDINGS FOR WEAKENED ASSEMBLIES CAUSED BY DEMOLITION WORK, AND TRASH DISPOSAL. SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS. 35. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY LOCATION AND CLEARANCE OF ALL INSERTS AND EMBEDDED ITEMS WITH ALL APPLICABLE DRAWINGS BEFORE POURING CONCRETE. 36. ALL CONVENIENCE OUTLETS IN BATHROOMS, KITCHEN COUNTER TOPS WITHIN 6'-0" OF THE KITCHEN SINK, OUTDOORS, AND IN GARAGE OTHER THAN FOR LAUNDRY AND SIMILAR EQUIPMENT SHALL BE GFCI PROTECTED. 37. SMOKE DETECTORS SHALL BE PROVIDED AS LOCATED ON DRAWINGS WHICH WILL SOUND AN ALARM WHEN ACTUATED, DETECTORS ARE TO BE PERMANENTLY WIRED W/ BATTERY BACK-UP. 38. FIRE STOPS SHALL BE LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS (PER 2010 CBC 717. CONCEALED SPACES): -IN CONCEALED SPACES OF STUD WALLS INCLUDING FURRED SPACES - AT FLOOR AND CEILING LEVELS AND AT 10 FLOOR INTERVALS ALONG THE LENGTH OF THE WALL. -AT ALL INTERCONNECTIONS BETWEEN CONCEALED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL SPACES SUCH AS OCCUR AT SOFFITS, DROP CEILINGS AND COVE CEILINGS. -IN CONCEALED SPACES BETWEEN STAIR STRINGERS AT THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE RUN AND BETWEEN STUDS ALONG AND IN LINE WITH THE RUN OF THE STAIRS IF THE WALLS UNDER THE STAIRS ARE UNFINISHED. -IN OPENINGS AROUND VENTS, PIPES, DUCTS CHIMNEYS, FIREPLACES AND SIMILAR OPENINGS WHICH AFFORD A PASSAGE FOR A FIRE AT CEILING AND FLOOR LEVELS, WITH NONCOMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.

3. OPERATIONAL ELEMENTS: DO NOT CUT AND PATCH OPERATING ELEMENTS AND RELATED COMPONENTS IN A MANNER THAT RESULTS IN REDUCING THEIR CAPACITY TO PERFORM AS INTENDED OR THAT RESULT IN INCREASED MAINTENANCE OR DECREASED OPERATIONAL LIFE OR SAFETY. A. EXISTING ELECTRICAL CONVEYANCE SYSTEM B. EXISTING UTILITY CONVEYANCE SYSTEM C. EXISTING EMERGENCY ACCESS PATHWAYS 4. MISCELLANEOUS ELEMENTS: DO NOT CUT AND PATCH THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS OR RELATED COMPONENTS IN A MANNER THAT COULD CHANGE THEIR LOAD-CARRYING CAPACITY, THAT RESULTS IN REDUCING THEIR CAPACITY TO PERFORM AS INTENDED, OR THAT RESULTS IN INCREASED MAINTENANCE OR DECREASED OPERATIONAL LIFE OR SAFETY. A. EXISTING BUILDING SLAB AND FOOTINGS B. EXISTING WOOD OR STEEL FRAMED STRUCTURE C. EXISTING SITE WORK AND SITE RETAINING WALLS 5. VISUAL REQUIREMENTS: DO NOT CUT AND PATCH CONSTRUCTION IN A MANNER THAT RESULTS IN VISUAL EVIDENCE OF CUTTING AND PATCHING. DO NOT CUT AND PATCH CONSTRUCTION EXPOSED ON THE EXTERIOR OR IN OCCUPIED SPACES IN A MANNER THAT WOULD, IN ARCHITECT'S OPINION, REDUCE THE BUILDING'S AESTHETIC QUALITIES. REMOVE AND REPLACE CONSTRUCTION THAT HAS BEEN CUT AND PATCHED IN A VISUALLY UNSATISFACTORY MANNER. A. IF POSSIBLE, RETAIN ORIGINAL INSTALLER OR FABRICATOR TO CUT AND PATCH EXPOSED WORK. IF IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO ENGAGE ORIGINAL INSTALLER OR FABRICATOR, ENGAGE ANOTHER RECOGNIZED, EXPERIENCED, AND SPECIALIZED FIRM. 6. EXISTING WARRANTIES: REMOVE, REPLACE, PATCH, AND REPAIR MATERIALS AND SURFACES CUT OR DAMAGED DURING CUTTING AND PATCHING OPERATIONS, BY METHODS AND WITH MATERIALS SO AS NOT TO VOID EXISTING WARRANTIES. A. GENERAL: COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS. B. EXISTING MATERIALS: USE MATERIALS IDENTICAL TO EXISTING MATERIALS. FOR EXPOSED SURFACES, USE MATERIALS THAT VISUALLY MATCH EXISTING ADJACENT SURFACES TO THE FULLEST EXTENT POSSIBLE. 1. IF IDENTICAL MATERIALS ARE UNAVAILABLE OR CANNOT BE USED, USE MATERIALS THAT, WHEN INSTALLED, WILL MATCH THE VISUAL AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE OF EXISTING MATERIALS. 7. EXAMINE SURFACES TO BE CUT AND PATCHED AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH CUTTING AND PATCHING ARE TO BE PERFORMED. A. COMPATIBILITY: BEFORE PATCHING, VERIFY COMPATIBILITY WITH AND SUITABILITY OF SUBSTRATES, INCLUDING COMPATIBILITY WITH EXISTING FINISHES OR PRIMERS. B. PROCEED WITH INSTALLATION ONLY AFTER UNSAFE OR UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN CORRECTED. 8. TEMPORARY SUPPORT: PROVIDE TEMPORARY SUPPORT OF WORK TO BE CUT. 9. PROTECTION: PROTECT EXISTING CONSTRUCTION DURING CUTTING AND PATCHING TO PREVENT DAMAGE. PROVIDE PROTECTION FROM ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR PORTIONS OF PROJECT THAT MIGHT BE EXPOSED DURING CUTTING AND PATCHING OPERATIONS.

40. FLOOR LANDINGS ARE NOT TO BE MORE THAN ONE HALF INCH (1/2") BELOW THE DOOR THRESHOLD ON EACH SIDE OF AN EXIT DOOR. A MAXIMUM 7-1/2" DROP MAY OCCUR PROVIDED THE DOOR DOES NOT SWING OVER THE DROP.

11.EXISTING SERVICES:WHERE EXISTING SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO BE REMOVED, RELOCATED, OR ABANDONED, BYPASS SUCH SERVICES BEFORE CUTTING TO MINIMIZE AND AVOID INTERRUPTION OF SERVICES TO OCCUPIED AREAS.

41. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY LOCATION AND CLEARANCE OF ALL INSERTS AND EMBEDDED ITEMS WITH ALL APPLICABLE DRAWINGS BEFORE POURING CONCRETE.

12.GENERAL:EMPLOY SKILLED WORKERS TO PERFORM CUTTING AND PATCHING. PROCEED WITH CUTTING AND PATCHING AT THE EARLIEST FEASIBLE TIME, AND COMPLETE WITHOUT DELAY. 1. CUT EXISTING CONSTRUCTION TO PROVIDE FOR INSTALLATION OF OTHER COMPONENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF OTHER CONSTRUCTION, AND SUBSEQUENTLY PATCH AS REQUIRED TO RESTORE SURFACES TO THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION.

42. WOOD IN CONTACT WITH CONCRETE SHALL BE PRESSURE TREATED. ALL WOOD SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 6" ABOVE FINISH GRADE. 43. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE THE NECESSARY SUPPORT BRACKETS, BACKING PLATES, ANCHORAGE'S, AND SIMILAR SUPPORTS FOR CABINETS, BUILT-IN FURNITURE, AND ALL OTHER ITEMS INCLUDING WALL MOUNTED FIXTURES SUCH AS GRAB BARS, HANDRAILS, TOILETS AND SINKS. 44. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE BACKING PLATES BEHIND ITEMS SUPPORTED AT STUD WALLS AND CEILING. THICKNESS SHALL BE 1 8" MINIMUM, WIDTH AND LENGTH AS NEEDED TO ANCHOR BACK TO STUDS OR CEILING FRAMING. ANCHORS SHALL BE WELDED, SCREWED, OR BOLTED TO FRAMING: SIZE, GAUGE, AND NUMBER SHALL BE TO PROPERLY SUPPORT IMPOSED LOADS. 45. PROVIDE FLASHING AT AREAS SUBJECTED TO POSSIBLE WATER INFILTRATION. THESE INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO ROOFS INCLUDING ELECTRICAL AND OTHER PENETRATIONS THROUGH ROOF, RESTROOMS AND JANITOR CLOSETS, PIPE PENETRATIONS AND DOORS. USE MATERIALS COMPATIBLE WITH ADJOINING MATERIALS OR ISOLATE MATERIALS TO PREVENT DETERIORATION DUE TO CHEMICAL, ELECTROLYTIC OR SIMILAR REACTIONS. 46. FLASHING JOINTS SHALL BE PROPERLY LAPPED, SEAMED, WELDED, BRACED OR SOLDERED TO PROVIDE FOR A WATERPROOF UNIT. A MINIMUM LAP OF 4" OVER, UNDER OR AT THE SIDES IS REQUIRED WITH ADJOINING WATERPROOFING ELEMENTS AS BUILDING PAPER, ROOFING FELTS, COUNTER FLASHING, ETC. 47. AT EXTERIOR WALL OPENINGS: FLASHING, COUNTER FLASHING, AND EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO BE WEATHERPROOF. 48. USE MATERIALS COMPATIBLE WITH ADJOINING MATERIALS OR ISOLATE MATERIALS TO PREVENT DETERIORATION DUE TO CHEMICAL, ELECTROLYTIC OR SIMILAR REACTIONS.

20. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE THE OWNER WITH AN AS-BUILT DRAWING LOCATING AND DESCRIBING ALL UNDERGROUND UTILITIES LOCATED ON THE SITE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING GAS LINES, WATER LINES, SANITARY SEWERS, TELEPHONE LINES, AND ELECTRIC LINES.

51. ALL OPEN GUARDRAILS AND STAIR RAILINGS SHALL HAVE INTERMEDIATE RAILS SUCH THAT A SPHERE 4" IN DIAMETER CANNOT PASS THROUGH. RAILS SHALL BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT A MINIMUM OF 20 POUNDS PER LINEAL FOOT AT A RIGHT ANGLE TO THE TOP RAIL.

21. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TRANSPORT ALL EXCAVATED MATERIAL NOT REQUIRED FOR RE-COMPACTION TO AN APPROVED LANDFILL SITE OUTSIDE THE COASTAL ZONE.

52. HEADROOM OF 80" MINIMUM SHALL BE MAINTAINED FOR WALKS, CORRIDORS, AISLES, ETC., FROM WALKWAY SURFACE TO ANY OVERHANGING CONSTRUCTION.

22. CONTRACTOR SHALL DEMONSTRATE TO THE BUILDING INSPECTOR THAT ACCESSIBILITY DIMENSIONS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED TO COMPLY WITH TITLE 24 AND ADA ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.

53. TRASH & OTHER CONSTRUCTION RELATED WASTES MAY NOT BE DEPOSITED INTO THE PUBLIC WAY OR ANY OTHER DRAINAGE SYSTEM. PROVISIONS MUST BE MADE TO RETAIN THESE WASTES ONSITE UNTIL THEY CAN BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY.

49. GLASS AND GLAZING SHALL CONFORM TO CODE AND WITH U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION REQUIREMENTS. GLAZED OPENINGS IN DOORS, ADJACENT TO DOORS AND WITHIN 18" OF THE ADJACENT FLOOR SHALL BE TEMPERED GLASS APPROVED FOR IMPACT HAZARD. GLAZING IN SHOWER AND TUBS ENCLOSURES SHALL BE TEMPERED, LAMINATED OR APPROVED PLASTIC.

54. NOTE: IMPACT TOOLS SHALL NOT BE USED ON UNREINFORCED BUILDINGS 55. ALL REMOVED OR ABANDONED UTILITY LINES SHALL BE TERMINATED PER APPLICABLE CPC 1207 AND CEC CODE. 56. ALL CONSTRUCTION WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH 2010 CBC SECTION 3303.2 - PEDESTRIAN PROTECTION. 57. WATER HEATER REQUIREMENTS PER CPC CHAPTER 5 -PROVIDE LATERAL STRAPPING FOR WATER HEATER PER CODE. CPC SEC 510.5

26. SPECIFIC NOTES AND DETAILS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER GENERAL NOTES AND DETAILS.

58. BATHROOM REQUIREMENTS -BATHROOM SHALL HAVE MECHANICAL VENTILATION OR OPENABLE WINDOW AREA AT LEAST 1/20 OF THE FLOOR AREA WITH 1 1/2 SQ. FT.MINIMUM -TOILETS SHALL NOT USE MORE THAN 1.6 GALLONS OF WATER PER FLUSH; FAUCET, KITCHEN FAUCET & SHOWER HEAD FLOW RATES SHALL NOT EXCEED 2.0 GALLONS PER MINUTE. CPC 402.4, 402.7 & 402.8.

27. APPLICABLE TRADES SHALL USE A COMMON DATUM TO BE DESIGNATED BY THE CONTRACTOR FOR ALL CRITICAL MEASUREMENTS. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS.

59. PRIOR TO SLAB CORING, CONTRACTOR TO USE RADAR OR X-RAY SUB TO VERIFY CORES DO NOT INTERFERE WITH ELECTRICAL CONDUIT OR OTHER IMPORTANT STRUCTURAL REINFORCING.

28. DURING CONSTRUCTION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHER AS REQUIRED BY THE FIELD INSPECTOR.

60. VERIFY WITH STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OF RECORD PRIOR TO CORING ANY STRUCTURAL SLAB, DROP SLAB OR POST-TENSION SLAB.

25. COORDINATE GENERAL NOTES ON THIS SHEET WITH PROVISIONS OF DRAWINGS AND PROJECT MANUAL (SPECIFICATIONS) WHEN APPLICABLE.

2. STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS: DO NOT CUT AND PATCH STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN A MANNER THAT COULD CHANGE THEIR LOAD-CARRYING CAPACITY OR LOAD-DEFLECTION RATIO.

10.ADJOINING AREAS: AVOID INTERFERENCE WITH USE OF ADJOINING AREAS OR INTERRUPTION OF FREE PASSAGE TO ADJOINING AREAS.

50. (2) LAYERS OF GRADE 'D' PAPER WILL BE PROVIDED BETWEEN ALL PLYWOOD SHEAR PANELS OR SOLID BLOCKING AND EXTERIOR LATH WITH PLASTER.

24. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THE SIZES AND LOCATIONS OF ALL MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT PADS, BASES, AND HOUSINGS AS WELL AS POWER, WATER, AND DRAIN REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCH EQUIPMENT WITH EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS.

1. CUTTING AND PATCHING PROPOSAL: N/A.

39. STUDS SHALL BE BLOCKED WITH MEMBERS MATCHING THE STUDS IN SIZE. SPACING SHALL BE AS REQUIRED BY CODE. WHERE GAPS OCCUR AT HORIZONTAL FIRE ASSEMBLIES THEY SHALL BE FILLED WITH FIRE SAFING AND 16 GAUGE CONTINUOUS METAL RETAINERS OR 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP BOARD SHELVES SHALL BE PROVIDED TO PREVENT DISLODGMENT.

19. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL WORK SHALL BE GUARANTEED IN WRITING BY THE CONTRACTOR AGAINST DEFECTS RESULTING FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIALS, POOR WORKMANSHIP OR FAULTY EQUIPMENT, FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF FILING THE NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE BUILDING BY THE OWNER. IF WITHIN THE GUARANTEE PERIOD CORRECTION OF FAULTY MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP IS NECESSARY IN THE OPINION OF THE OWNER, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROMPTLY, UPON RECEIPT OF NOTICE FROM THE OWNER AND WITHOUT EXPENSE TO THE OWNER, CORRECT FAULTY MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP.

23. LOCATIONS OF MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING LINES, PIPES, DUCTS, CONDUITS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER INSTALLATIONS ARE SHOWN DIAGRAMMATICALLY, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY DIMENSIONED. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE THE REQUIREMENTS OF ALL TRADES IN DETERMINING ACTUAL LOCATIONS AND SHALL SUBMIT COORDINATED SHOP DRAWINGS TO THE ARCHITECT SHOWING ACTUAL LOCATIONS. DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN COORDINATED TO ALLOW SPACE FOR ALL INSTALLATIONS SHOWN. HOWEVER, AFTER VERIFYING ACTUAL DIMENSIONS, SHOULD THE CONTRACTOR FIND OR BELIEVE THAT INSTALLATIONS CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATED WITHIN CONSTRUCTION SHOWN, ALL PROPOSED CHANGES SHALL BE SHOWN ON THE CONTRACTOR'S COORDINATED SHOP DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICALLY BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT.

CUTTING AND PATCHING

13. CUTTING: CUT EXISTING CONSTRUCTION BY SAWING, DRILLING, BREAKING, CHIPPING, GRINDING, AND SIMILAR OPERATIONS, INCLUDING EXCAVATION, USING METHODS LEAST LIKELY TO DAMAGE ELEMENTS RETAINED OR ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION. IF POSSIBLE, REVIEW PROPOSED PROCEDURES WITH ORIGINAL INSTALLER; COMPLY WITH ORIGINAL INSTALLER'S WRITTEN RECOMMENDATIONS. A. IN GENERAL, USE HAND OR SMALL POWER TOOLS DESIGNED FOR SAWING AND GRINDING, NOT HAMMERING AND CHOPPING. CUT HOLES AND SLOTS AS SMALL AS POSSIBLE, NEATLY TO SIZE REQUIRED, AND WITH MINIMUM DISTURBANCE OF ADJACENT SURFACES. TEMPORARILY COVER OPENINGS WHEN NOT IN USE. B. EXISTING FINISHED SURFACES: CUT OR DRILL FROM THE EXPOSED OR FINISHED SIDE INTO CONCEALED SURFACES. C. CONCRETE & MASONRY: CUT USING A CUTTING MACHINE, SUCH AS AN ABRASIVE SAW OR A DIAMOND-CORE DRILL. D. EXCAVATING AND BACKFILLING: COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS IN APPLICABLE DIVISION 2 SECTIONS WHERE REQUIRED BY CUTTING AND PATCHING OPERATIONS E. MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES: CUT OFF PIPE OR CONDUIT IN WALLS OR PARTITIONS TO BE REMOVED. CAP, VALVE, OR PLUG AND SEAL REMAINING PORTION OF PIPE OR CONDUIT TO PREVENT ENTRANCE OF MOISTURE OR OTHER FOREIGN MATTER AFTER CUTTING. F. PROCEED WITH PATCHING AFTER CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS REQUIRING CUTTING ARE COMPLETE. 14. PATCHING: PATCH CONSTRUCTION BY FILLING, REPAIRING, REFINISHING, CLOSING UP, AND SIMILAR OPERATIONS FOLLOWING PERFORMANCE OF OTHER WORK. PATCH WITH DURABLE SEAMS THAT ARE AS INVISIBLE AS POSSIBLE. PROVIDE MATERIALS AND COMPLY WITH INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS. A. INSPECTION: WHERE FEASIBLE, TEST AND INSPECT PATCHED AREAS AFTER COMPLETION TO DEMONSTRATE INTEGRITY OF INSTALLATION. B. EXPOSED FINISHES: RESTORE EXPOSED FINISHES OF PATCHED AREAS AND EXTEND FINISH RESTORATION INTO RETAINED ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION IN A MANNER THAT WILL ELIMINATE EVIDENCE OF PATCHING AND REFINISHING. C. FLOORS AND WALLS: WHERE WALLS OR PARTITIONS THAT ARE REMOVED EXTEND ONE FINISHED AREA INTO ANOTHER, PATCH AND REPAIR FLOOR AND WALL SURFACES IN THE NEW SPACE. PROVIDE AN EVEN SURFACE OF UNIFORM FINISH, COLOR, TEXTURE, AND APPEARANCE. REMOVE EXISTING FLOOR AND WALL COVERINGS AND REPLACE WITH NEW MATERIALS, IF NECESSARY, TO ACHIEVE UNIFORM COLOR AND APPEARANCE. D. CEILINGS: PATCH, REPAIR, OR REHANG EXISTING CEILINGS AS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE AN EVEN-PLANE SURFACE OF UNIFORM APPEARANCE. E. EXTERIOR BUILDING ENCLOSURE: PATCH COMPONENTS IN A MANNER THAT RESTORES ENCLOSURE TO A WEATHERTIGHT CONDITION

DEMOLITION NOTES 1. DEFINITIONS A. REMOVE: DETACH ITEMS FROM EXISTING CONSTRUCTION AND LEGALLY DISPOSE OF THEM OFF-SITE, UNLESS INDICATED TO BE REMOVED AND SALVAGED OR REMOVED AND REINSTALLED. B. REMOVE AND SALVAGE: DETACH ITEMS FROM EXISTING CONSTRUCTION AND DELIVER THEM TO OWNER. C. REMOVE AND REINSTALL: DETACH ITEMS FROM EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, PREPARE THEM FOR REUSE, AND REINSTALL THEM WHERE INDICATED. D. EXISTING TO REMAIN: EXISTING ITEMS OF CONSTRUCTION THAT ARE NOT TO BE REMOVED AND THAT ARE NOT OTHERWISE INDICATED TO BE REMOVED, REMOVED AND SALVAGED, OR REMOVED AND REINSTALLED. 2. EXCEPT FOR ITEMS OR MATERIALS INDICATED TO BE REUSED, SALVAGED, REINSTALLED, OR OTHERWISE INDICATED TO REMAIN OWNER'S PROPERTY, DEMOLISHED MATERIALS SHALL BECOME CONTRACTOR'S PROPERTY AND SHALL BE REMOVED FROM PROJECT SITE.

DEMOLITION NOTES 3. SUBMITTALS A. PROPOSED CONTROL MEASURES: SUBMIT STATEMENT OR DRAWING THAT INDICATES THE MEASURES. INCLUDE MEASURES FOR THE FOLLOWING: 1. DUST CONTROL. 2. NOISE CONTROL. B. SCHEDULE OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES: INDICATE DETAILED SEQUENCE OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION AND REMOVAL WORK, WITH STARTING AND ENDING DATES FOR EACH ACTIVITY, INTERRUPTION OF UTILITY SERVICES, USE OF ELEVATOR AND STAIRS, AND LOCATIONS OF TEMPORARY PARTITIONS AND MEANS OF EGRESS. C. PREDEMOLITION PHOTOGRAPHS OR VIDEOTAPE: SHOW EXISTING CONDITIONS OF ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS THAT MIGHT BE MISCONSTRUED AS DAMAGE CAUSED BY SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OPERATIONS. SUBMIT BEFORE WORK BEGINS. 4. QUALITY ASSURANCE A. DEMOLITION FIRM QUALIFICATIONS: AN EXPERIENCED FIRM THAT IS SPECIALIZED IN DEMOLITION WORK SIMILAR IN MATERIAL AND EXTENT TO THAT INDICATED FOR THIS PROJECT. B. REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS: COMPLY WITH GOVERNING EPA NOTIFICATION REGULATIONS BEFORE BEGINNING SELECTIVE DEMOLITION. COMPLY WITH HAULING AND DISPOSAL REGULATIONS OF AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. C. STANDARDS: COMPLY WITH ANSI A10.6 AND NFPA 241. D. PREDEMOLITION CONFERENCE: CONDUCT CONFERENCE AT PROJECT SITE. OWNER OR OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE MUST BE PRESENT AT THIS CONFERENCE. 1. PRIOR TO CONFERENCE ON SITE, CONTRACTOR TO CLEARLY MARK ITEMS, FIXTURES, WALLS, WINDOWS, DOORS, APPLIANCES, ETC. WITH A SEMI PERMANENT MARKING (LIKE COLORED TAPE) TO AID IN PRESENTING DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES TO BE PERFORMED. 5. REPAIR MATERIALS A. USE REPAIR MATERIALS IDENTICAL TO EXISTING MATERIALS. 1. IF IDENTICAL MATERIALS ARE UNAVAILABLE OR CANNOT BE USED FOR EXPOSED SURFACES, USE MATERIALS THAT VISUALLY MATCH EXISTING ADJACENT SURFACES TO THE FULLEST EXTENT POSSIBLE. 2. USE A MATERIAL WHOSE INSTALLED PERFORMANCE EQUALS OR SURPASSES THAT OF EXISTING MATERIALS. 6. EXAMINATION A. VERIFY THAT UTILITIES HAVE BEEN DISCONNECTED AND CAPPED. B. SURVEY EXISTING CONDITIONS AND CORRELATE WITH REQUIREMENTS INDICATED TO DETERMINE EXTENT OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION REQUIRED. C. INVENTORY AND RECORD THE CONDITION OF ITEMS TO BE REMOVED AND REINSTALLED AND ITEMS TO BE REMOVED AND SALVAGED. D. WHEN UNANTICIPATED MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, OR STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS THAT CONFLICT WITH INTENDED FUNCTION OR DESIGN ARE ENCOUNTERED, INVESTIGATE AND MEASURE THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF CONFLICT. PROMPTLY SUBMIT A WRITTEN REPORT TO ARCHITECT AND OWNER OR OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVES. E. ENGAGE A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER TO SURVEY CONDITION OF BUILDING TO DETERMINE WHETHER REMOVING ANY ELEMENT MIGHT RESULT IN STRUCTURAL DEFICIENCY OR UNPLANNED COLLAPSE OF ANY PORTION OF STRUCTURE OR ADJACENT STRUCTURES DURING SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OPERATIONS. 7. UTILITY SERVICES A. EXISTING UTILITIES: MAINTAIN SERVICES INDICATED TO REMAIN AND PROTECT THEM AGAINST DAMAGE DURING SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OPERATIONS. B. DO NOT INTERRUPT EXISTING UTILITIES SERVING OCCUPIED OR OPERATING FACILITIES UNLESS AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY OWNER AND AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. PROVIDE TEMPORARY SERVICES DURING INTERRUPTIONS TO EXISTING UTILITIES, AS ACCEPTABLE TO OWNER AND TO AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. 1. PROVIDE AT LEAST 72 HOURS' NOTICE TO OWNER IF SHUTDOWN OF SERVICE IS REQUIRED DURING CHANGEOVER. C. UTILITY REQUIREMENTS: LOCATE, IDENTIFY, DISCONNECT, AND SEAL OR CAP OFF INDICATED UTILITIES SERVING AREAS TO BE SELECTIVELY DEMOLISHED. 1. ARRANGE TO SHUT OFF INDICATED UTILITIES WITH UTILITY COMPANIES. 2. IF UTILITY SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO BE REMOVED, RELOCATED, OR ABANDONED, PROVIDE TEMPORARY UTILITIES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH SELECTIVE DEMOLITION THAT BYPASS AREA OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION AND THAT MAINTAIN CONTINUITY OF SERVICE TO OTHER PARTS OF BUILDING. 3. CUT OFF PIPE OR CONDUIT IN WALLS OR PARTITIONS TO BE REMOVED. CAP, VALVE, OR PLUG AND SEAL REMAINING PORTION OF PIPE OR CONDUIT AFTER BYPASSING. D. UTILITY REQUIREMENTS: DO NOT START SELECTIVE DEMOLITION WORK UNTIL UTILITY DISCONNECTING AND SEALING HAVE BEEN COMPLETED AND VERIFIED IN WRITING. 8. PREPARATION A. SITE ACCESS AND TEMPORARY CONTROLS: CONDUCT SELECTIVE DEMOLITION AND DEBRIS-REMOVAL OPERATIONS TO ENSURE MINIMUM INTERFERENCE WITH ROADS, STREETS,WALKS, WALKWAYS, AND OTHER ADJACENT OCCUPIED AND USED FACILITIES. 1. DO NOT CLOSE OR OBSTRUCT STREETS, WALKS, WALKWAYS, OR OTHER ADJACENT OCCUPIED OR USED FACILITIES WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM OWNER, BUILDING MANAGER, AND AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. PROVIDE ALTERNATE ROUTES AROUND CLOSED OR OBSTRUCTED TRAFFIC WAYS IF REQUIRED BY GOVERNING REGULATIONS. 2. ERECT TEMPORARY PROTECTION, SUCH AS WALKS, FENCES, RAILINGS, CANOPIES, AND COVERED PASSAGEWAYS, WHERE REQUIRED BY AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. 3. PROTECT EXISTING SITE IMPROVEMENTS, APPURTENANCES, AND LANDSCAPING TO REMAIN. B. TEMPORARY FACILITIES: PROVIDE TEMPORARY BARRICADES AND OTHER PROTECTION REQUIRED TO PREVENT INJURY TO PEOPLE AND DAMAGE TO ADJACENT BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES TO REMAIN. C. TEMPORARY ENCLOSURES: PROVIDE TEMPORARY ENCLOSURES FOR PROTECTION OF EXISTING BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION, IN PROGRESS AND COMPLETED, FROM EXPOSURE, FOUL WEATHER, OTHER CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS, AND SIMILAR ACTIVITIES. PROVIDE TEMPORARY WEATHERTIGHT ENCLOSURE FOR BUILDING EXTERIOR. D. TEMPORARY PARTITIONS: ERECT AND MAINTAIN DUSTPROOF PARTITIONS AND TEMPORARY ENCLOSURES TO LIMIT DUST AND DIRT MIGRATION AND TO SEPARATE AREAS FROM FUMES AND NOISE. E. TEMPORARY SHORING: PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SHORING, BRACING, OR STRUCTURAL SUPPORT TO PRESERVE STABILITY AND PREVENT MOVEMENT, SETTLEMENT, OR COLLAPSE OF CONSTRUCTION TO REMAIN, AND TO PREVENT UNEXPECTED OR UNCONTROLLED MOVEMENT OR COLLAPSE OF CONSTRUCTION BEING DEMOLISHED.

FIRE PREVENTION 1. EXIT DOORS SHALL SWING IN THE DIRECTION OF EXIT TRAVEL WHEN SERVING ANY HAZARDOUS AREA OR WHEN SERVING AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF 50 OR MORE. 2. EXIT DOORS SHALL BE OPERABLE FROM THE INSIDE WITHOUT THE USE OF A KEY OR ANY SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE OR EFFORT. (2010 CBC 1008.8) EXCEPTION: THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL NOT APPLY TO EXTERIOR EXIT DOORS IN A GROUP "B" OCCUPANCY IF THERE IS A VISIBLE, DURABLE SIGN ON OR ADJACENT TO THE DOOR STATING "THIS DOOR TO REMAIN OPEN DURING BUSINESS HOURS." THE LETTERS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 1 INCH HIGH ON A CONTRASTING BACKGROUND. THE LOCKING DEVICE MUST BE A TYPE THAT WILL BE READILY DISTINGUISHABLE AS LOCKED. 3. PANIC HARDWARE, WHEN INSTALLED, SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS, THE ACTIVATING MEMBER SHALL BE MOUNTED AT A HEIGHT OF NOT LESS THAN 30 INCHES NOR MORE THAN 44 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR. THE UNLATCHING FORCE SHALL NOT EXCEED 15 POUNDS WHEN APPLIED IN THE DIRECTION OF EXIT TRAVEL. 4. THE MEANS OF EGRESS, INCLUDING THE EXIT DISCHARGE SHALL BE ILLUMINATED AT ALL TIMES THE BUILDING SPACE SERVED BY THE MEANS OF EGRESS IS OCCUPIED. THE MEANS OF EGRESS ILLUMINATION LEVEL SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 1 FOOT-CANDLE (11-LUX) AT THE WALKING SURFACE LEVER (2010 CBC 1006.1, 1006.2) 5. EXIT ILLUMINATION SHALL COMPLY WITH 2010 CBC SECTION 1006 AND 1011. 6. EXIT SIGNS SHALL BE INSTALLED AT REQUIRED EXIT DOORWAYS AND WHERE OTHERWISE NECESSARY TO CLEARLY INDICATE THE DIRECTION OF EGRESS WHEN THE EXIT SERVES AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF 50 OR MORE. EXCEPTION: MAIN EXTERIOR EXIT DOORS WHICH OBVIOUSLY AND CLEARLY ARE IDENTIFIABLE AS EXITS NEED NOT BE SIGNED WHEN APPROVED BY THE BUILDING OFFICIAL. 7. WHEN NECESSARY, THE FINAL LOCATION AND QUANTITY OF EXIT SIGNS SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION OF ANY WORK. 8. THE COLOR AND DESIGN OF LETTERING, ARROWS AND OTHER SYMBOLS ON EXIT SIGN SHALL BE IN HIGH CONTRAST WITH THE BACKGROUND (3/4" X 6" LETTERS MIN.) (TITLE 19, CHAPTER 10 CBC) 9. ALL RATED CORRIDOR DOORS SHALL HAVE A THRESHOLD WITH A SMOKE AND DRAFT SEAL AT HEAD AND JAMBS. 10. INTERIOR WALL AND CEILING FINISHED SHALL BE NON- COMBUSTIBLE OR HAVE A FLAME SPREAD RATING OF 0 TO 25 FEET. 11. ALL DRAPES, HANGING CURTAINS AND OTHER DECORATIVE MATERIALS SHALL BE TREATED AND MAINTAINED IN A FLAME RETARDANT CONDITION. 12. FIRE DAMPERS OR DOORS SHALL BE PROVIDED WHERE AIR DUCTS PENETRATE FIRE RATED WALLS OR CEILING AS PER 2010 CBC SECTION 716. SMOKE DAMPERS SHALL BE PROVIDED WHERE AIR DUCTS PENETRATE FIRE RATED WALLS OR CEILING AS PER 2010 CBC SECTION 716. 13. EXTEND/MODIFY FIRE/ LIFE SAFETY SYSTEM AS REQUIRED. 14. EXTEND FIRE SPRINKLES SYSTEMS AS REQUIRED. 15. FIRE SPRINKLER/ OR LIFE SAFETY PLANS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL PRIOR TO BUILDING PERMIT ISSUANCE. 16. FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM PLAN MUST BE REVISED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES FIRE DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO THE INSTALLATION OR MODIFICATION OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS. 17. A PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER WITH A MINIMUM 2A10BC RATING SHALL BE PROVIDED EVERY 75' OF TRAVEL DISTANCE FROM ANY POINT WITHIN THE AREA DEFINED AS SCOPE OF WORK PER THESE PLANS. PROVIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AS REQUIRED BY FIRE DEPARTMENT FIELD INSPECTOR. 18. ALL EMERGENCY LIGHTING SOURCES SHALL EMIT A MINIMUM VALUE OF ONE FOOT CANDLE MEASURED AT FLOOR LEVEL. 19. PROVIDE EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR THE HEARING AND VISUAL IMPAIRED PER A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS. DOOR NOTES 20. ALL MANUALLY OPERATED EDGE OR SURFACE-MOUNTED FLUSH BOLTS ARE PROHIBITED ON EXIT DOORS. WHEN EXIT DOORS ARE USED IN PAIRS AND APPROVED AUTOMATIC FLUSH BOLTS ARE USED, THE DOOR LEAD HAVING THE AUTOMATIC FLUSH BOLTS SHALL HAVE NO DOOR KNOB OR SURFACE-MOUNTED HARDWARE. THE UNLATCHING OF ANY LEAF SHALL NOT REQUIRE MORE THAN ONE OPERATION. 21. ALL EXIT DOOR HARDWARE SHALL BE OF AN APPROVED TYPE AND TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED BY SFM 33.2 AND SFM 33.3 AS SHOWN IN CHAPTER 2-60 OF TITLE 24. 22. ALL HOLLOW METAL DOOR FRAMES SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH STEEL FRAMES.

9. POLLUTION CONTROLS A. DUST CONTROL: USE WATER MIST, TEMPORARY ENCLOSURES, AND OTHER SUITABLE METHODS TO LIMIT SPREAD OF DUST AND DIRT. COMPLY WITH GOVERNING ENVIRONMENTAL-PROTECTION REGULATIONS. 1. WET MOP FLOORS TO ELIMINATE TRACKABLE DIRT AND WIPE DOWN WALLS AND DOORS OF DEMOLITION ENCLOSURE. VACUUM CARPETED AREAS. B. DISPOSAL: REMOVE AND TRANSPORT DEBRIS IN A MANNER THAT WILL PREVENT SPILLAGE ON ADJACENT SURFACES AND AREAS. 1. REMOVE DEBRIS FROM ELEVATED PORTIONS OF BUILDING BY CHUTE, HOIST, OR OTHER DEVICE THAT WILL CONVEY DEBRIS TO GRADE LEVEL IN A CONTROLLED DESCENT. C. CLEANING: CLEAN ADJACENT STRUCTURES AND IMPROVEMENTS OF DUST, DIRT, AND DEBRIS CAUSED BY SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OPERATIONS. RETURN ADJACENT AREAS TO CONDITION EXISTING BEFORE SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OPERATIONS BEGAN. 10. SELECTIVE DEMOLITION A. GENERAL: DEMOLISH AND REMOVE EXISTING CONSTRUCTION ONLY TO THE EXTENT REQUIRED BY NEW CONSTRUCTION AND AS INDICATED. USE METHODS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE WORK WITHIN LIMITATIONS OF GOVERNING REGULATIONS. 1. NEATLY CUT OPENINGS AND HOLES PLUMB, SQUARE, AND TRUE TO DIMENSIONS REQUIRED. USE CUTTING METHODS LEAST LIKELY TO DAMAGE CONSTRUCTION TO REMAIN OR ADJOINING CONSTRUCTION. 2. CUT OR DRILL FROM THE EXPOSED OR FINISHED SIDE INTO CONCEALED SURFACES TO AVOID MARRING EXISTING FINISHED SURFACES. 3. DO NOT USE CUTTING TORCHES UNTIL WORK AREA IS CLEARED OF FLAMMABLE MATERIALS. AT CONCEALED SPACES, SUCH AS DUCT AND PIPE INTERIORS, VERIFY CONDITION AND CONTENTS OF HIDDEN SPACE BEFORE STARTING FLAME-CUTTING OPERATIONS. MAINTAIN FIRE WATCH AND PORTABLE FIRE-SUPPRESSION DEVICES DURING FLAME-CUTTING OPERATIONS. 4. LOCATE SELECTIVE DEMOLITION EQUIPMENT AND REMOVE DEBRIS AND MATERIALS SO AS NOT TO IMPOSE EXCESSIVE LOADS ON SUPPORTING WALLS, FLOORS, OR FRAMING. B. EXISTING FACILITIES: COMPLY WITH OWNER OR BUILDING MANAGER'S REQUIREMENTS FOR USING AND PROTECTING ELEVATORS, STAIRS, WALKWAYS, LOADING DOCKS, BUILDING ENTRIES, AND OTHER BUILDING FACILITIES DURING SELECTIVE DEMOLITION OPERATIONS.

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PLUMBING NOTES

FLOOR COVERING

FLOOR COVERING

PAINTING AND WALL COVERING

ABBREVIATIONS

1. THE GENERAL CONTRACTORS, PLUMBING SUB-CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPPLY AND INSTALL ALL PLUMBING ROUGH-INS, FIXTURES AND ACCESSORIES SHOWN ON ALL CONSTRUCTION PLANS AND DETAIL DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

1. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPPLY AND INSTALL ALL FLOOR FINISHES AS SPECIFIED ON THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

37. STONE SPECIFICATION INSTALLATION. STONE TILE INSTALLATION SHALL BE A THIN- SET APPLICATION CONFORMING TO ANSI A108.4 HANDBOOK AND SECTION 12 SHEET A0.3, REQUIREMENTS FOR HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL APPLICATIONS. GROUTED JOINTS SHALL BE 1/18" AND CONFORM TO ANSI/TCA A108.10 HANDBOOK SPECIFICATIONS. GROUT COLOR TO BE SPECIFIED BY THE ARCHITECT. GROUT COLOR AT STONE TILE FLOORING SHALL BE COLORED TO MATCH THE ADJACENT FLOORING MATERIAL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. WHERE MORE THAN ONE COLOR IS TO BE INSTALLED, GROUT COLOR SHALL BE CONFIRMED WITH THE ARCHITECT BEFORE INSTALLATION. EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL MEET TCA METHOD EJ171. ALL HORIZONTAL SURFACES SHALL RECEIVE A CLEAR SEALER COAT AS MANUFACTURE BY MIRE-SEAL #511 OR EQUAL, AND SHALL RECEIVE A CLEAR SEALER COAT AS MANUFACTURED BY MIRA-SEAL #511 OR EQUAL, AND SHALL BE APPLIED BY MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS.

1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL AREAS ARE TO BE PAINTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FINISH PLANS.

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2. THE PLUMBING CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT CUTS OF ALL NEW FIXTURES, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES TO THE ARCHITECT FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL.

2. ALL FLOORS TO RECEIVE CARPETING SHALL PER SPEC. ALL CARPETING TO BE INSTALLED DIRECT GLUE, U.O.N.

3. THE PLUMBING CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE HIS WORK WITH MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS.

3. ALL CARPET SEAMS ARE TO BE SEALED AS PER CARPET MANUFACTURERS PUBLISHED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. SEAMING DIAGRAMS TO BE APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT BEFORE ORDERING/INSTALLATION OF CARPETING.

4. ALL EXISTING PLUMBING BEING ABANDONED SHALL BE CAPPED BEHIND EXISTING FINISHED SURFACES, EXISTING SURFACES SHALL BE PATCHED TO MATCH EXISTING SURROUNDING SURFACES IN MATERIAL AND FINISH. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL ALSO INCLUDE IN HIS BID A COST FOR WORK FOR CEILING PLENUM OF FLOOR BELOW TO COMPLETE WORK ON FLOOR BEING RENOVATED.

4. ALL BASE TO B REPAINTED SHALL MATCH ADJACENT WALL U.O.N. SEE FLOOR FINISH PLANS FOR LOCATIONS AND FINISH SCHEDULE FOR SPECIFICATION.

5. THE PLUMBING CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE HIS WORK WITH ALL OTHER TRADES.

5. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PATCH ALL CRACKS, HOLES OR OTHER IMPERFECTIONS (PROJECTIONS SHALL BE REMOVED AND PATCHED TO PROVIDE A CONTINUOUS SMOOTH FLOOR SURFACE). LEVEL NOT TO EXCEED 1/4"IN 10-0" NON-CUMULATIVE.

6. FURNISH ALL VALVES AS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS OR AS MAY BE REQUIRED FOR THE PROPER CONTROL OF THE VARIOUS APPARATUS AND PIPELINES INSTALLED UNDER THIS SECTION SO THAT ANY FIXTURES LINE OR PIECE OF APPARATUS MAY BE CUT OFF FOR REPAIR WITHOUT INTERFERENCE OR INTERRUPTION OF THE SERVICE TO THE REST OF THE BUILDING. 7. BEFORE BEING COVERED UP OR BUILT-IN ALL PIPING SHALL BE TESTED AND INSPECTED AS REQUIRED BY THE AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. 8. TOILET FLUSH CONTROLS PROVIDED AND INSTALLED AS PART OF THE WORK SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PINCHING OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. CONTROLS FOR THE FLUSH VALVES SHALL BE MOUNTED ON THE WIDE SIDE OF THE TOILET AREAS: NO MORE THAT 44: ABOVE THE FLOOR. THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE THE CONTROLS SHALL BE NOT GREATER THAN 5 POUNDS. 9. OTHER FLUSH CONTROLS PROVIDED AND INSTALLED AS PART OF THE WORK SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND, AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PINCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST AND SHALL BE MOUNTED NO MORE THAN 44" ABOVE THE FLOOR. THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE CONTROLS SHALL NOT BE GREATER THAN FIVE POUNDS. 10. FAUCET CONTROLS OR OTHER OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PINCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE THE CONTROLS SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN 5 POUNDS. LEVER OPERATED, PUSH TYPE AND ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED MECHANISMS ARE EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE DESIGNS. SELF CLOSING VALVES ARE ALLOWED IF THE FAUCET REMAINS OPEN FOR AT LEAST 10 SECONDS.

POWER / VOICE / DATA 1. X-RAY FLOOR PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF ANY FLOOR CORING. AVOID CORING THROUGH ANY EXISTING STEEL.

6. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT AFTER,FLOOR PATCHING IS DONE AND RECEIVE REVIEW PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF FINISHED FLOORING. 7. ALL NEW FLOORING IS TO BE INSTALLED BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED ON THE ARCHITECTS CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 8. ALL WORKMANSHIP SHALL BE OF THE BEST QUALITY AND WHEN THE WORK IS COMPLETE, IT SHALL BE FREE FROM BUCKLES, BUBBLES, OPEN JOINTS OR OTHER IMPERFECTIONS. SEAMS SHALL BE KEPT IN ACCURATE ALIGNMENT ALONG BOTH COORDINATES, TILE HAVING CHIPPED OR ROUNDED CORNERS WILL BE REJECTED AND IF LAID, SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH ACCEPTABLE TILE. 9. TILE SHALL BE LAIN IN SQUARE PATTERN WITH COURSES PARALLEL TO WALLS, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ON DRAWINGS. THE TILE SHALL BE SECURELY CEMEMENTED AND SHALL BE LAID WITH TIGHT JOINTS. THE ADHESIVE USED FOR CEMENTING TILE SHALL BE APPLIED FAR ENOUGH IN ADVANCE OF THE SETTING TO PERMIT THE ADHESIVE TO REACH ITS INITIAL SET BUT NOT ITS FINAL SET. 10. SPACES BEING SURFACE SHALL BE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC AND OTHER WORK DURING THE LAYING OF FLOORING. STONE FLOORS SHALL BE COVERED AFTER INSTALLATION FOR PROTECTION. 11. ALL RESILIENT BASE TO BE AS SPECIFIED ON SHEET A5.0. ALL MASONRY WALLS AND DRYWALLS. SHALL HAVE SPECIFIED STRAIGHT VINYL BASE IN CARPETED ARES AND COVE VINYL BASE IN TILE AREAS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 12. UPON COMPLETION, ALL WORK SHALL BE CLEANED BY THE CONTRACTOR REMOVING ALL SPOTS OF ADHESIVE AND SURFACE STAINS AND ALL SCRAPS. CARTONS AND CONTAINERS SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE BUILDING.

38. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS TO PROVIDE A SEPARATE UNIT COST FOR ALL FLOORING MATERIAL SPECIFIED IN THIS DOCUMENT. REFER TO SHEET A 2.2 FOR FLOORING MATERIALS SPECIFIED. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS TO PROVIDE A UNIT COST FOR EACH FLOORING SPECIFICATION. PROVIDE A SEPARATE COST FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THE FLOORING MATERIAL, SEPARATE FOR CARPET, VCT, ETC... ANY BID THAT DOES NOT PROVIDE A BREAK DOWN WILL BE DISCARDED. 39. PROVIDE FLUSH STONE THRESHOLD TO MATCH ADJACENT STONE FLOORING AT TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STONE AND CARPET FLOORING. 40. GROUT COLOR AT STONE TILE FLOORING SHALL BE COLORED TO MATCH THE ADJACENT FLOORING MATERIAL U.O.N. WHERE MORE THAN ONE COLOR IS TO BE INSTALLED, GROUT COLOR SHALL BE CONFIRMED WITH THE ARCHITECT BEFORE INSTALLATION.

MILLWORK NOTES 1. REFER TO THE " GENERAL NOTES AND INFORMATION SHEETS" FOR ADDITIONAL NOTES. 2. MIL WORKER TO SUBMIT COMPLETE SHOP DRAWINGS FOR APPROVAL AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN THE FIELD BEFORE FABRICATION. CONFIRM FINISHES ON SHOP DRAWINGS. SUBMIT (4) 9" X 9" SAMPLES OF EACH FINISH FOR APPROVAL. 3. ALL WOOD VENEERED OR CONVERSION VARNISH FINISHED MILLWORK SHALL BE FABRICATED TO AWI PREMIUM GRADE STANDARDS. ALL EXPOSED SURFACES INCLUDING DOORS, TOPS AND BASE SHALL BE VENEERED. CASEWORK SHALL BE BIRCH PLYWOOD STAINED TO MATCH FINISH VENEER. 4. ALL PLASTIC LAMINATE MILLWORK TO BE FABRICATED TO AWI CUSTOM GRADE STANDARDS. ALL EXPOSED SURFACES TO BE LAMINATE. U.O.N. 5. COORDINATE LOCATIONS AND PROVIDE METAL BACKING AT WALL FRAMING FOR ALL WALL-MOUNTED MILLWORK.

2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE HIS WORK WITH MANUFACTURERS SPECS.

13. WHEN DIRECTED, AFTER CLEANING, THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE RESILIENT TILE FLOOR TWO (2) APPLICATIONS OF AN APPROVED NON-SLIP WAX WHICH IS TO BE THOROUGHLY MACHINE BUFFED AND LEFT IN CONDITION ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY TO THE ARCHITECT.

3. THE WORK SHALL BE INSTALLED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQS. OF THE NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS, PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY, TELEPHONE COMPANY AND ALL OTHER AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION.

14. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN ADEQUATE PROTECTION FOR ALL RESILIENT FLOORING WORK FOR THE DURATION OF THE CONTRACT, AND REMOVE ALL PROTECTION PRIOR TO PUNCH LIST.

7. CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION OF CASEWORK AND FINISH CARPENTRY WILL NOT BE DAMAGED BY OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORK.

4. ALL NEW MATERIALS REQUIRED SHALL CONFORM WITH THE STANDARDS OF THE UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES, INC. IN EVERY CASE WHERE SUCH A PARTICULAR TYPE OF MATERIAL IN QUESTION, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

15. STONE, WOOD AND TILE FLOORING CONTRACTORS TO SUBMIT ACTUAL DIMENSION PLAN FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.

8. COMPOSITE WOOD AND AGRIFIBER PRODUCTS, INCLUDING CORE MATERIALS, MUST NOT CONTAIN ADDED UREAFORMALDEHYDE RESINS.

16. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE ALL FLOORING CONTRACTORS INVOLVED TO ASSURE FLUSH INSTALLATION OF ALL VARYING FLOOR MATERIALS USED. ALL TRANSITION METHODS TO BE APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT.

9. LAMINATE ADHESIVES USED TO FABRICATED ON-SITE AND SHOP APPLIED ASSEMBLIES CONTAINING THESE LAMINATE ADHESIVES MUST CONTAIN NO ADDED UREAFORMALDEHYDE.

5. VERIFY LOCATION OF FLOOR MONUMENT CORES IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO THE START OF ANY CORING. (COORDINATE CORE LOCATION WITH MILLWORK AND FURNITURE LAYOUT). PROVIDE CONDUIT DISTRIBUTION FROM CORES TO WALL STUB-UPS. PROVIDE FIRE SAFING AND SMOKE SEALANT AT FLOOR PENETRATIONS. 6. PROVIDE FIRE CAULKING AND OR ACOUSTICAL CAULKING AT OUTLETS AT ACOUSTICAL AND FIRE RATED PARTITIONS. TYPICAL DIMENSION RANGE GIVEN AT ALL PRIVATE OFFICES IS A GENERAL GUIDELINE. OUTLETS ON EITHER SIDE OF THE WALL SHOULD SHIFT, 6" TO 12" IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS FOR MOUNTING. 7. REFER TO DETAIL ON SHEET A-0.5 FOR TYPICAL INSTALLATION HEIGHT OF ALL WALL MOUNTED DEVICES, SWITCHES, OUTLETS, AND THERMOSTATS. 8. ALL FIXTURES PROVIDED FOR DATA CABLING SHALL COMPLY TO DATA CONSULTANTS PERFORMANCE CRITERIA. (EG: CAT5, eCAT5, CAT6...) 9. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT CUTS OF ALL FIXTURES AS DIRECTED. 10. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ANY ELECTRICAL OR LIGHTING INSTALLATION INTO THE CABINET WORK WITH THE CABINET CONTRACTOR IF AND AS REQUIRED. 11. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL TEMPORARY LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR ALL TRADES AS REQUIRED. 12. WHERE MORE THAN ONE SWITCH OCCURS IN THE SAME LOCATION, THEY SHALL BE INSTALLED IN GANG TYPE BOX UNDER ONE COVER PLATE. 13. ALL ELECTRICAL, TELEPHONE RECEPTACLES AND LIGHT FIXTURES SHALL BE LOCATED AS DIMENSIONED ON PLANS. REVIEW LOCATIONS WITH TENANT AND ARCHITECT. 14. ALL NEW OUTLETS ON COLUMNS WILL BE CENTERED ON FACE SHOWN, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 15. NO "BACK-TO-BACK" OUTLETS ARE PERMITTED WITHIN A WALL. OUTLETS MUST BE STAGGERED IN LOCATION AND INSTALLED IN SEPARATE STUD CAVITIES. 16. POWER AND TELEPHONE OUTLETS SHOWN ON PLANS ARE NOT INCLUSIVE OF ALL OUTLETS REQUIRED BY TENANT PRIOR TO COMPLETING WALL CONSTRUCTION. 17. ALL FIRE PREVENTION AND ELECTRICAL WIRING IS TO BE PLACED IN CONDUIT. 18. FIRE RATED TEFLON PLENUM CABLES SHALL BE USED FOR TELEPHONE AND ANY LOW-VOLTAGE CIRCUITS NOT IN CONDUIT. 19. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ALL OUTLETS SIDE BY SIDE SHALL BE 6" FROM CENTER OF PLATE WITH POSITIONING DIMENSIONS CENTERED BETWEEN. 20. PROVIDE TELEPHONE OUTLET BOXES (WHERE SHOWN ON "ELECTRICAL/ TELEPHONE PLAN") AND ALL NECESSARY CONDUIT RUNS TO TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED. 21. ALL ELECTRICAL AND TELEPHONE WIRING CONDUIT SHALL BE CONCEALED IN PARTITIONS AN/ OR CEILING. 22. THE ELECTRICAL AND/ OR GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL CUTTING AND PATCHING OF ALL CHASES IN FLOORS, WALLS, AND CEILINGS, AS REQUIRED. 23. PROVIDE NEW PLAN COVER PLATES FOR ABANDONED OUTLET LOCATIONS. COVER PLATES TO MATCH BUILDING STANDARD, U.O.N. 24. CONVENIENCE RECEPTACLES SHALL BE BUILDING STANDARD DUPLEX TYPE RATED 15 AMP., 125 V., GROUNDED TYP., U.O.N. 25. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL POWER WIRING. 26. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR WILL COORDINATE HIS WORK WITH THE AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO EXECUTING HIS WORK. 27. AS IT RELATES TO THIS SET OF DOCUMENTS A DEDICATED CIRCUIT (DC) SHALL BE A SINGLE CIRCUIT WITH MULTIPLE OUTLETS DEDICATED TO A SPECIFIC EQUIPMENT USAGE. 28. PROVIDE CONDUIT FROM SERVER ROOM TO CEILING FOR HORIZONTAL CABLE DISTRIBUTION. DATA VENDOR TO CONFIRM SIZE AND QUANTITY OF CONDUITS. 29. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY THAT ALL CIRCUITS AT THE MAIN PANEL ARE ADEQUATE FOR NEW REQUIREMENTS, INSTALL NEW CONDUIT, OR PANELS IF REQUIRED.

17. CLOSET FLOORS ARE TO HAVE SAME FLOORING AS THE FLOORING IN ADJACENT AREA, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 18. INSTALL CARPET FROM THE SAME DYE LOT. 19. SUBMIT CARPET SUBMITTAL FROM ACTUAL CARPET RUNS. APPROVAL IS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DESIGNER. 20. CREATE CARPET TO CARPET TO OTHER FLOORING TRANSITIONS BENEATH THE CENTERLINE OF THE THE DOORS IN THE CLOSED POSITION. 21. PROVIDE BLACK RUBBER REDUCER STRIP WHERE CARPET AND VCT TRANSITION OCCURS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 22. ALL FINISHES SHALL COMPLY TO A MAXIMUM FLAME SPREAD OF 200 AND A MAXIMUM SMOKE DENSITY OF 450. (2007 CBC 803.1) 23. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY AVAILABILITY OF ALL PRODUCTS SPECIFIED AND NOTIFY ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY IF THERE ARE ANY DISCREPANCIES WITH PROJECT COMPLETION DATE. PRODUCTS MAY REQUIRE A TWO TO SIX WEEK LEAD-TIME. NOTIFY ARCHITECT OF ALL LONG LEAD ITEMS.

6. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPPLY AND INSTALL ALL NECESSARY HARDWARE AS REQUIRED BY THE SPECIFICATION OR INTENT OF THE DESIGN. SUBMIT TO ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL CUT SHEETS OF ALL CABINET HARDWARE AND SAMPLES OF ALL PULLS AND KNOBS BEFORE FABRICATION.

10. ALL ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS USED FOR MILLWORK, PANELING, OR VENEERING SHALL BE LOW VOC AND MUST NOT EXCEED THE VOC CONTENT LIMITS OF SCAQMD RULE #1168 REQUIREMENTS IN EFFECT ON JANUARY 1, 2003 AND RULE AMENDMENT DATED OCTOBER 3, 2003. 11. AEROSOL ADHESIVES SHALL MEET REQUIREMENTS EQUAL TO GREEN SEAL STANDARD GC-36IN EFFECT OCTOBER 19, 2000. 12. MIILLWORKER/CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT MSD SHEETS, SIGNED ATTESTATIONS OR OFFICIAL LITERATURE FROM MANUFACTURER FOR ALL ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS USED ON THE PROJECT. 13. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL CLOSELY COORDINATE HIS WORK WITH THAT OF THE CABINET CONTRACTOR. 14. ALL "INSTALLED" CABINETS SHALL BE SCRIBED TO WALL OR CEILING. CABINET CONTRACTOR TO CHECK JOB PROGRESS AND COORDINATE WITH OTHER TRADES INVOLVED. 15. ALL CABINET FINISHES SHALL BE AS NOTED ON THE DETAILED DRAWINGS CONCERNED. 16. THE CABINET CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS AND SAMPLES TO THE ARCHITECT FOR REVIEW AND PROPOSAL.

24. WHERE FLOOR MOUNTED OUTLETS ARE REQUIRED ON CARPETED AREA, CUT THE CARPET IN AN 'X' OVER THE HOLE AND CARPET UNDER, THIS ALLOWS CARPET PATCHING WHERE OUTLETS ARE LATER CAPPED. DO NOT TRIM THE CARPET.

17. THE CABINET CONTRACTOR SHALL CHECK AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS AT JOB SITE.

25. PROVIDE AND INSTALL SPECIFIED BASE FOR ALL CARPETED AREAS, U.O.N.

19. WHERE MEMBERS ARE MITERED OR BUTTED, THEY SHALL BE JOINED AND SECURED IN A MANNER TO INSURE AGAINST THE JOINT OPENING.

26. PROVIDE AND INSTALL SPECIFIED BASE FOR RESILIENT TILE FLOOR AREAS, U.O.N. 27. PROVIDE AND INSTALL ALL TILE FLOORING IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANU. INSTRUCTIONS. 28. CARPET CONTRACTOR MUST VERIFY EXISTING FLOOR CONDITIONS PRIOR TO BID AND INSTALLATION. 29. NO SUBSTITUTIONS OF ANY MATERIAL ALLOWED WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL OF ARCHITECT. 30. CARPET MUST MEET OR EXCEED CARPET AND RUG INSTITUTES GREEN LABEL PLUS TESTING AND PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS.

4. ALL WALLS AND CEILINGS SHALL BE PROPERLY PREPARED, SPACKLE, SANDED, ETC. TO PROVIDE A PERFECTLY SMOOTH FINISH AND SURFACE READY FOR PRIME AND PAINT. 5. ALL EXISTING LOOSE PAINT SHALL BE REMOVED AND SPACKLE OR PLASTER PATCHED. 6. ALL EXISTING UNEVENNESS IN ALL PARTITIONS SHALL BE SANDED OR CHIPPED AWAY AND SURFACES PLASTER-PATCHED OR SPACKLE TO INSURE A PERFECTLY EVEN SURFACE. 7. ALL WOOD SHELVING AND PAINTED DOORS SHALL RECEIVE PRIMING, SANDING AND TWO FULL COATS OF SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL. FREE OR BRUSH MARKS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 8. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL ELECTRICAL SWITCH PLATES AND OUTLET PLATES SURFACE HARDWARE, ETC., PRIOR TO PAINTING, PROTECTING AND REPLACING SAME WHEN PAINTING HAS BEEN COMPLETED. HE SHALL REMOVE ALL PAINT FROM WHERE IT HAS SPILLED, SPLASHED OR SPLATTERED ON SURFACES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LIGHT FIXTURES, DIFFUSERS, REGISTER AND SLAB FITTINGS, ETC. 9. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL USE A LATEX BASE PAINT IN COLORS AND FINISHES SELECTED BY THE ARCHITECT. HE SHALL PROPERLY PREPARE ALL SURFACES TO RECEIVE ONE (1) PRIME COAT AND TWO (2) FINISH COATS OF PAINT IN COLOR SELECTED BY ARCHITECT. 10. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL WALL COVERINGS AS PER MANUFACTURERS INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS, WHERE DESIGNATED. ALL WALL COVERINGS SHALL BE SMOOTH WITH NO WRINKLES, BUBBLES OR LOOSE EDGES, ALL PASTE AND BRUSH MARKS SHALL BE THOROUGHLY REMOVED. WALL COVERING ADJOINING WOOD OR METAL TRIM SHALL BE CUT STRAIGHT AND SQUARE. ALL WORKMANSHIP WHICH IS NOT JUDGED TO BE FIRST QUALITY BY THE ARCHITECT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 11. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL EXAMINE ALL AREAS OF CONSTRUCTION AFTER COMPLETION OF WORK BY ALL TRADES (INCLUDING TELEPHONE INSTALLATION, FLOORING, ETC.) AND INDICATE ALL NECESSARY "TOUCH UP" PAINTING AND/OR PATCHING. 12. IT IS THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS THAT ALL EXPOSED SURFACES RECEIVE FINISHES AS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS OR IN THE SPECIFICATIONS UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE. ANY SURFACES WHICH DO NOT HAVE A SPECIFIC FINISH NOTED OR ARE NOTED TO REMAIN UNFINISHED SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT AND FINISHED PER THE ARCHITECTS INSTRUCTION. 13. FINISH FRONT SIDE, BACK SIDE AND DOOR EDGES AT STRIKE SIDE AND HINGE SIDE. LEAVE TOP AND BOTTOM UNPAINTED TO PREVENT WARPING. 14. PAINT ALL METAL ACCESS DOORS AND ACCESS PANELS TO MATCH ADJACENT WALL OR CEILING FINISH. GRAPHICS ON DOOR OR PANEL (IF ANY) ARE TO BE REPAINTED/RE-APPLIED TO MATCH EXISTING, IF APPLICABLE. 15. CLOSET WALL SURFACES ARE TO BE PAINTED TO MATCH THE COLOR OF THE ADJACENT OUTSIDE WALL SURFACES. 16. CONTRACTOR IS TO PROVIDE BUILDING STANDARD BLINDS AT ALL EXTERIOR WINDOWS. CONTRACTOR IS VERIFY THE CONDITION OF THE EXISTING. 17. MARBLE TILE INSTALLATION SHALL BE A THIN-SET APPLICATION CONFORMING TO ANSI A108.4 TCA HANDBOOK AND SECTION 12 SHEET GN-1, REQUIREMENTS FOR HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL APPLICATIONS. GROUTED JOINTS SHALL BE 1/16" AND CONFORM TO ANSI A108.10 AND TCA HANDBOOK SPECIFICATIONS. GROUT COLOR IS TO SPECIFIED BY DESIGNER . EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL MEET TCA METHOD EJ171. ALL HORIZONTAL SURFACES SHALL RECEIVE A CLEAR SEALER COAT AS MANUFACTURED BY MIRA SEAL #511 OR EQUAL AND SHALL BE APPLIED BY MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS. 18. GRANITE TILE INSTALLATION SHALL BE A THIN-SET APPLICATION CONFORMING TO ANSI A108.4 TCA HANDBOOK AND SECTION 12 SHEET GN-1 REQUIREMENTS FOR HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL APPLICATIONS. GROUTED JOINTS SHALL BE 1/16" AND CONFORM TO ANSI A108.10 AND TCA HANDBOOK SPECIFICATIONS. GROUT COLOR IS TO BE HORIZONTAL SURFACES SHALL RECEIVE A CLEAR SEALER COAT AS MANUFACTURED BY MIRA-SEAL #511 OR EQUAL AND SHALL BE APPLIED BY MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS. 19. CONTRACTOR IS TO INSTALL CERAMIC TILE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/TCA A108.5 INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS. MORTAR BED SHALL BE A THIN-SET BOND COAT, DRY CEMENT MORTAR MEETING ANSI/TCA A118.4. GROUT SHALL BE CEMENT DRY CURE TYPE, WITH LATEX ADDITIVE FOR STRENGTH AND ACID RESISTANCE, COLOR TO BE SPECIFIED BY DESIGNER. PROVIDE NECESSARY CAPS, STOPS, RETURNS, TRIMMERS AND OTHER SHAPES TO COMPLETE INSTALLATION. PROVIDE COVE TYPE BASE TO MATCH WALL WHERE WALL TILE IS USED, OTHERWISE MATCH COLOR OF FLOOR TILE. PROVIDE THRESHOLD AT WALL OR FRAME OPENINGS TO OTHER BUILDING AREAS NOT RECEIVING CERAMIC TILE FINISH.

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20. ALL FINISHED WORK SHALL, AS FAR AS PRACTICAL, BE ASSEMBLED AND FINISHED IN THE SHOP AND DELIVERED TO THE BUILDING READY TO ERECT IN PLACE. 21. ALL THE WORK SHALL BE FABRICATED, ASSEMBLED, FINISHED AND ERECTED TO MEET CURRENT WIC STANDARDS.



22. WHERE FILES ARE SHOWN AS BEING SET INTO CABINET WORK, THE CABINET CONTRACTOR SHALL SET AND BOLT ALL FILES TOGETHER.

31. CARPET PAD, IF SPECIFIED, MUST MEET OR EXCEED CARPET AND RUG INSTITUTES GREEN LABEL TESTING AND PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS. 32. CARPET ADHESIVES MUST BE LOW VOC AND MUST NOT EXCEED THE VOC CONTENT LIMITS OF SCAQMD RULE #1168 REQUIREMENTS IN EFFECT ON JAN. 1, 2003 AND RULE AMENDMENT DATED OCTOBER 3, 2003.

24. COORDINATION OF MILLWORK, STONE, OR OTHER SPECIALTIES CONTRACTORS IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR.

33. CARPET SUBCONTRACTOR/CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT MSD SHEETS, SIGNED ATTESTATIONS OR OTHER OFFICIAL LITERATURE FROM MANUFACTURER FOR ALL FLOOR FINISH, BASE AND ADHESIVES USED ON THE PROJECT.

25. ALL STANDARD WALL BACKING FOR CASEWORK, TOILET ACCESSORIES, HANGING WALL EQUIPMENT, ETC., SHALL BE 16 GA. GALVANIZED STEEL, 4" WIDE, COVERING 3 STUDS MINIMUM AND SCREWED TO METAL STUDS.

34. PROVIDE APPROPRIATE SEALER ON STONE FLOORING TO ACHIEVE THE SLIP COEFFICIENT REQUIRED BY CODE. OBTAIN ALL TEST RESULTS AND PROVIDE THE ORIGINAL TEST RESULTS TO THE DESIGNER. APPLY SEALER PER MANUFACTURES INSTRUCTIONS.

26. ALL MILLWORK SHOWN SHALL HAVE PLASTIC LAMINATE TOPS, EXPOSED SIDES, DOORS, AND DRAWER FRONTS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

36. CERAMIC TILE INSTALLATION METHOD-(WET METHOD). CONTRACTOR IS TO INSTALL CERAMIC TILE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/TCA A108.5 SPECIFICATIONS. HORIZONTAL MORTAR BED SHALL BE A THIN SET BOND COAT, DRY OR LATEX PORTLAND CEMENT MORTAR MEETING ANSI/TCA F122-89. VERTICAL APPLICATION SHALL MEET ANSI/TCA METHOD W223-89. SHOWER STALL SHALL MEET ANSI/TCA B416-89. GROUT SHALL BE CEMENTING DRY CURE TYPE WITH LATEX ADDITIVE FOR STRENGTH AND ACID RESISTANCE; COLOR TO BE AS SPECIFIED BY THE ARCHITECT. PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY CAPS, STOPS, RETURNS, TRIMMERS AND OTHER SHAPES TO COMPLETE INSTALLATION. PROVIDE COVE TYPE BASE TO MATCH WALL WHERE WALL TILE IS USED, OTHERWISE MATCH COLOR OF FLOOR TILE. PROVIDE THRESHOLD AT WALL OR FRAME OPENINGS TO OTHER BUILDING AREAS NOT RECEIVING CERAMIC TILE FLOOR FINISH.

3. PAINT COLORS SHALL BE SPECIFIED BY THE ARCHITECT, AND THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT 3 SAMPLES (12" X 12") FOR REVIEW BY THE ARCHITECT.

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18. THE CABINET CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE RUBBER BUMPERS ON ALL WOOD DOORS.

23. ALL MILLWORK SHOP DRAWINGS ARE TO CALL OUT ALL MATERIALS AND FINISHES. ALL JOINTS CORNERS AND EDGES ARE TO BE DETAILED IN INDIVIDUAL DETAILS. ALL DIMENSIONS, CRITICAL OR OTHERWISE, ARE TO BE CALLED OUT ON THE SHOP DRAWINGS. THE ARCHITECT WILL NOT REVIEW DRAWINGS WHICH ARE INCOMPLETE AND SHOW MINIMAL DETAILING.

35. CERAMIC TILE INSTALLATION METHOD-(DRY METHOD). CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL CERAMIC TILE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/TCA A108.5 SPECS. HORIZONTAL MORTAR BED SHALL BE A THIN SET BOND COAT, DRY OR LATEX PORTLAND CEMENT MORTAR MEETING ANSI/TCA F113-89. VERTICAL APPLICATION SHALL MEET ANSI/ TCA METHOD W242-89 GROUT SHALL BE CEMENTING DRY CURE TYPE WITH PLATES ADDITIVE FOR STRENGTH AND ACID RESISTANCE; COLOR TO BE AS SPECIFIED BY THE ARCHITECT. PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY CAPS, STOPS, RETURNS, TRIMMERS AND OTHER SHAPES TO COMPLETE INSTALLATION. PROVIDE COVE TYPE BASE TO MATCH WALL WHERE WALL TILE IS USED OTHERWISE MATCH COLOR OF FLOOR TILE. PROVIDE THRESHOLD AT WALL OR FRAME OPENINGS TO OTHER BUILDING AREAS NOT RECEIVING CERAMIC TILE FLOOR FINISH.

2. WALLS SHALL INCLUDE SURFACES FROM FLOOR TO CEILING, INCLUDING PILASTERS, FASCIA JABS BUCKS, REVEALS, RETURNS, AND ALL VERTICAL SURFACES NOT INCLUDED IN CEILING.

AT CENTER LINE PENNY POUND PERPENDICULAR ANGLE ANCHOR BOLT ASPHALTIC CONCRETE AIR CONDITIONING ALUMINUM ANODIZED BOARD BUILDING BLOCK(ING) BOUNDARY NAILING BOTTOM CATCH BASIN CAST IRON CEILING JOIST CEILING CLEAR CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT CLEAN OUT COLUMN CONTINUOUS COUNTERSINK DOUGLAS FIR DIAMETER DOWN DOWNSPOUT DRAWING EAST EXISTING EACH EXPANSION JOINT ELEVATION EDGE NAIL EQUAL EQUIPMENT FORCED AIR UNIT FURNISHED BY OWNER OR OTHERS, TO BE INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR FLOOR DRAIN FIRE EXTING.(+ CABINET) FINISHED FLOOR FINISHED GRADE FLAT HEAD

27. SHELVES AND SEMI-EXPOSED SURFACES, INCLUDING DRAWER INTERIORS, SHALL BE FINISHED WITH A CABINET LINER OF A UNIFORM COLOR THROUGHOUT. 28. ADJUSTABLE METAL STANDARDS SHALL BE TAPPED INTO THE SIDES OF CABINETS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 29. DOOR AND DRAWER PULL HARDWARE SAMPLES ARE TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECTS. FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.

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23. ALL WALKS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH A LEVEL AREA NOT LESS THAN 60" X 60" AT DOOR OR GATE THAT SWINGS TOWARD THE WALK, AND NOT LESS THAN 48" WIDE BY 44" DEEP AT A DOOR OR GATE THAT SWINGS AWAY FROM THE WALK.

8. MINIMUM MANEUVERING CLEARANCES AT DOORS SHALL BE AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 11 B-26A & 11 B-26B. THE FLOOR OR GROUND AREA WITHIN THE REQUIRED CLEARANCES SHALL BE LEVEL AND CLEAR. (1133B.2.4.2)

4. THE MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH REQUIRED FOR A WHEELCHAIR TO TURN AROUND AN OBSTRUCTION SHALL BE 36 INCHES WHERE THE OBSTRUCTION IS 48 INCHES OR MORE IN LENGTH AND 42 INCHES AND 48 INCHES WHERE THE OBSTRUCTION IS LESS THAN 48 INCHES IN LENGTH. (FIG 11 B-5E)

6. CHARACTERS ON SIGNS SHALL HAVE A WIDTH-TO-HEIGHT RATIO OF BETWEEN 3:5 AND 1:1 AND A STROKE WIDTH-TO-HEIGHT RATIO BETWEEN 1:5 AND 1:10. (1117B.5.3)

9. THERE SHALL BE A LEVEL AND CLEAR FLOOR OR LANDING ON EACH SIDE OF A DOOR. THE LEVEL AREA SHALL HAVE A LENGTH IN THE DIRECTION OF DOOR SWING OF AT LEAST 60" AND THE LENGTH OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION OF DOOR SWING OF 48" AS MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES TO THE PLANE OF THE DOOR IN THE CLOSED POSITION. WHERE THE PLANE OF THE DOORWAY IS OFFSET OR LOCATED IN AN ALCOVE A DISTANCE MORE THAN 8 INCHES MEASURED FROM THE PLANE OF THE DOORWAY TO THE FACE OF THE WALL, THE DOOR SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH 60" MANEUVERING CLEARANCE FOR FRONT APPROACH. (1133B.2.4.2, 1133B.2.5.3, FIG 11 B-26, FIG 11 B-33A)

5. THE MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH FOR SINGLE WHEELCHAIR PASSAGE SHALL BE 32 INCHES AT A POINT AND 36 INCHES CONTINUOUSLY. (1118B.1, FIG 11B-10)

EXIT AS DEFINED IS "THAT PORTION OF A MEANS OF EGRESS SYSTEM WHICH IS SEPARATED FROM OTHER INTERIOR SPACES OF A BUILDING OR STRUCTURE BY FlRE-RESISTANCE-RATED CONSTRUCTION AND OPENING PROTECTIVE'S AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A PROTECTED PATH OF EGRESS TRAVEL BETWEEN THE EXIT ACCESS AND THE EXIT DISCHARGE. EXITS INCLUDE EXTERIOR EXIT DOORS AT GROUND LEVEL, EXIT ENCLOSURES, EXIT PASSAGEWAYS, EXTERIOR EXIT STAIRS, EXTERIOR EXIT RAMPS AND HORIZONTAL EXITS: (1002.1) PUBLIC WAY AS DEFINED IS "A STREET, ALLEY OR OTHER PARCEL OF LAND OPEN TO THE OUTSIDE AIR LEADING TO A STREET, THAT HAS BEEN DEEDED, DEDICATED OR OTHERWISE PERMANENTLY APPROPRIATED TO THE PUBLIC FOR PUBLIC USE AND WHICH HAS A CLEAR WIDTH AND HEIGHT OF NOT LESS THAN 10 FEET." (1002.1) 1. ALL ENTRANCES AND EXTERIOR GROUND FLOOR EXIT DOORS TO BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES SHALL BE MADE ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. (1133B.1.1.1.1) 2. REVOLVING DOORS SHALL NOT BE USED AS A REQUIRED ENTRANCE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. (1133B.2.3.3) 3. DURING PERIODS OF PARTIAL OR RESTRICTED USE OF A BUILDING OR FACILITY, THE ENTRANCES USED FOR PRIMARY ACCESS SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE TO AND USABLE BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. (1133B.1.1.1.2) 4. RECESSED DOORMATS SHALL BE ADEQUATELY ANCHORED TO PREVENT INTERFERENCE WITH WHEELCHAIR TRAFFIC. (1133B.1.1.1.3, FIG 11 B-25) 5. ALL GATES, INCLUDING TICKET GATES, SHALL MEET ALL APPLICABLE ACCESSIBILITY SPECIFICATIONS OF DOORS. (1133B.1.1.1.4) 6. EVERY REQUIRED EXIT DOORWAY SHALL BE CAPABLE OF OPENING AT LEAST 90 DEGREES, SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM CLEAR OPENING OF 32 INCHES, AND SHALL BE OF A SIZE AS TO PERMIT THE INSTALLATION OF A DOOR NOT LESS THAN 3 FEET IN WIDTH AND NOT LESS THAN 6'-8" IN HEIGHT. (1133B.2.2)

24. LEVEL AREA OF WALKS SHALL EXTEND 24 INCHES TO THE SIDE OF STRIKE EDGE OF A DOOR OR GATE THAT SWINGS TOWARD THE WALK (113B.7.5) C. FLOORS AND LEVELS LEVEL AREA IS DEFINED AS "A SPECIFIED SURFACE THAT DOES NOT HAVE A SLOPE IN ANY DIRECTION EXCEEDING 1/4 INCH IN ONE FOOT FROM THE HORIZONTAL (2.083% GRADIENT)." (11 02B)

3. CHANGES IN LEVEL UP TO 1/4 INCH MAY BE VERTICAL AND WITHOUT EDGE TREATMENT. (1124B.2, FIG 11 B-5E(C))

10. THE WIDTH OF THE LEVEL AREA ON THE SIDE TO WHICH THE DOOR SWINGS SHALL EXTEND 24 INCHES PAST THE STRIKE EDGE OF THE DOOR FOR EXTERIOR DOORS AND 18 INCHES PAST THE STRIKE EDGE FOR INTERIOR DOORS. WHERE THE PLANE OF THE DOORWAY IS OFFSET 8 OR MORE INCHES FROM ANY OBSTRUCTION WITHIN 18 INCHES MEASURED LATERALLY ON THE LATCH SIDE, THE DOOR SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH MANEUVERING CLEARANCE FOR FRONT APPROACH. (1133B.2.4.3, 1133B.2.4.5, 1133B.2.5.3, FIG 11 B-33(A))

4. CHANGES IN LEVEL BETWEEN 1/4 INCH AND 1/2 INCH SHALL BE BEVELED WITH A SLOPE NO STEEPER THAT 1:2. (1124B.2, FIG 11B-5E(D))

11. PROVIDE CLEAR SPACE OF 12" PAST STRIKE EDGE OF THE DOOR ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE TO WHICH THE DOOR SWINGS IF THE DOOR IS EQUIPPED WITH BOTH A LATCH AND A CLOSER. (FIG 11 B-26(A))

5. IF CARPET OR CARPET TILE IS USED ON A GROUND OR FLOOR SURFACE, IT SHALL BE SECURELY ATTACHED; HAVE A FIRM CUSHION, PAD OR BACKING OR NO CUSHION OR PAD; AND HAVE A LEVEL LOOP, TEXTURED LOOP, LEVEL CUT PILE, OR LEVEL CUT/UNCUT PILE TEXTURE. THE MAXIMUM PILE HEIGHT SHALL BE 1/2 INCH. EXPOSED EDGES OF CARPET SHALL BE FASTENED TO FLOOR SURFACES AND HAVE TRIM ALONG THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE EXPOSED EDGE. CARPET EDGE TRIM SHALL COMPLY WITH SECTION 1124B.2. (1124B.3, FIG 11B-7E)

12. THE FLOOR OR LANDING SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN 1/2 INCH LOWER THAN THE THRESHOLD OF THE DOORWAY. (1133B.2.4.1 )

1. IN BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES, FLOORS OF A GIVEN STORY SHALL BE A COMMON LEVEL THROUGHOUT, OR SHALL BE CONNECTED BY PEDESTRIAN RAMPS, PASSENGER ELEVATORS, OR SPECIAL ACCESS LIFTS. (1120B.1)

6. IF GRATINGS ARE LOCATED ON FLOORS, THEN THEY SHALL HAVE SPACES NO GREATER THAN 1/2 INCH WIDE IN ONE DIRECTION. IF GRATINGS HAVE ELONGATED OPENINGS, THEY SHALL BE PLACED SO THAT THE LONG DIMENSION IS PERPENDICULAR TO THE DOMINANT DIRECTION OF TRAVEL. (1124B.4, FIG 11 B-7E) D. CORRIDORS & AISLES

7. THE SPACE BETWEEN TWO CONSECUTIVE DOOR OPENINGS IN A VESTIBULE, SERVING OTHER THAN A REQUIRED EXIT STAIRWAY, SHALL PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 48 INCHES OF CLEAR SPACE FROM ANY DOOR OPENING INTO SUCH VESTIBULE WHEN THE DOOR IS POSITIONED AT AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES FROM ITS CLOSED POSITION. DOORS IN A SERIES SHALL SWING EITHER IN THE SAME DIRECTION OR AWAY FROM THE SPACE BETWEEN THE DOORS. SEE FIGURES 11B-30 & 11B-31. (1133B.2.4.4) B. RAMPS & WALKS (EXTERIOR OR INTERIOR) 1. ANY PATH OF TRAVEL SHALL BE CONSIDERED A RAMP IF ITS SLOPE IS GREATER THAN l' RISE IN 20' OF HORIZONTAL RUN AND SHALL COMPLY WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1133B.S. (1133B.5.1) 2. THE MAXIMUM SLOPE OF A RAMP THAT SERVES ANY EXIT WAY, PROVIDES ACCESS FOR PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES, OR IS IN THE ACCESSIBLE ROUTE OF TRAVEL SHALL BE 1 FOOT RISE IN 12 FEET OF HORIZONTAL RUN (8.3 PERCENT GRADIENT). THE LEAST POSSIBLE SLOPE SHALL BE USED FOR ANY RAMP. (1133B.5.3) 3. THE CROSS SLOPE OF RAMP SURFACES SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN 1:50. (1133B.5.3.1) 4. PEDESTRIAN RAMPS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH OF 48 INCHES, UNLESS REQUIRED TO BE WIDER BY SOME OTHER PROVISION OF THIS CODE. (1133B.5.2)(1133B.5.2) 5. WHERE A PEDESTRIAN RAMP IS THE ONLY EXIT DISCHARGE PATH SERVING ENTRANCES TO BUILDINGS OR WHEN IT SERVES AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF 300 OR MORE, THE RAMP SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH OF 60 INCHES. (1133B.5.2) 6. LEVEL LANDINGS SHALL BE PROVIDED AT THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF EACH RAMP. (1133B.5.4.1, FIG 11 B-38 & 39) 7. INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS SHALL BE PROVIDED AT INTERVALS NOT EXCEEDING 30 INCHES OF VERTICAL RISE AND AT EACH CHANGE OF DIRECTION. (1133B.5.4.1, FIG 11B-38 & 39) 8. TOP LANDINGS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 60 INCHES WIDE AND SHALL HAVE A LENGTH OF NOT LESS THAN 60 INCHES IN THE DIRECTION OF RAMP RUN. LANDINGS AT THE BOTTOM OF RAMPS SHALL HAVE A DIMENSION IN THE DIRECTION OF RAMP RUN OF NOT LESS THAN 72 INCHES. (1133B.5.4.2, FIG 11B-38 & 39) 9. DOORS IN ANY POSITION SHALL NOT REDUCE THE MINIMUM DIMENSION OF THE LANDING TO LESS THAN 42 INCHES AND SHALL NOT REDUCE THE REQUIRED WIDTH BY MORE THAN 3 INCHES WHEN FULLY OPEN. (1133B.5.4.3, FIG 11B-39(B)) 10. THE WIDTH OF THE LANDING SHALL EXTEND 24 INCHES PAST THE STRIKE EDGE OF ANY DOOR OR GATE FOR EXTERIOR RAMPS AND 18 INCHES PAST THE STRIKE EDGE FOR INTERIOR RAMPS. (1133B.5.4.4, FIG 11B-39) 11. ALL RAMP LANDINGS SHALL BE LEVEL WITH MAXIMUM SLOPE IN ANY DIRECTION NOT TO EXCEED %INCH PER FOOT (2.083 PERCENT SLOPE). (1133B.5.4.1, 1102B) 12. AT BOTTOM AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS, THE WIDTH SHALL BE AT LEAST THE SAME AS REQUIRED FOR THE RAMP. (1133B.5.4.5, FIG 11B-38 & 39) 13. INTERMEDIATE AND BOTTOM LANDINGS AT A CHANGE OF DIRECTION IN EXCESS OF 30 DEGREES SHALL HAVE A DIMENSION IN THE DIRECTION OF RAMP RUN OF NOT LESS THAN 72 INCHES TO ACCOMMODATE THE HANDRAIL EXTENSION. (1133B.5.4.6, FIG 11 B-38) 14. OTHER INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS SHALL HAVE A DIMENSION IN THE DIRECTION OF RAMP RUN OF NOT LESS THAN 60 INCHES. (1133B.5.4.7, FIG 11 B-38) 15. HANDRAILS ARE REQUIRED ON RAMPS THAT PROVIDE ACCESS IF THE RAMP SLOPE EXCEEDS 1 FOOT RISE IN 20 FEET OF HORIZONTAL RUN (5 PERCENT GRADIENT), EXCEPT THAT AT EXTERIOR DOOR LANDINGS, HANDRAILS ARE NOT REQUIRED ON RAMPS LESS THAN 6 INCHES RISE OR 72 INCHES IN LENGTH. (1133B.5.5.1) 16. HANDRAILS SHALL BE PLACED ON EACH SIDE OF EACH RAMP, SHALL BE CONTINUOUS THE FULL LENGTH OF THE RAMP, SHALL BE 34 TO 38 INCHES ABOVE THE RAMP SURFACE TO THE TOP OF THE HANDRAILS, SHALL EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 1 FOOT BEYOND THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE RAMP, AND SHALL PARALLEL THE FLOOR OR GROUND SURFACE. HANDRAILS SHALL ALWAYS BE CONTINUOUS AND THE ENDS OF HANDRAILS SHALL BE EITHER ROUNDED OR RETURNED SMOOTHLY TO THE FLOOR, WALL OR POST. (1133B.5.5.1, FIG 11B-27(B) & (C)) 17. THE GRIP PORTION OF HANDRAILS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 1 1/4 INCHES NOR MORE THAN 1-1/2 INCHES IN CROSS SECTIONAL NOMINAL DIMENSION, OR THE SHAPE SHALL PROVIDE AN EQUIVALENT GRIPPING SURFACE, AND ALL SURFACES SHALL BE SMOOTH WITH NO SHARP CORNERS. HANDRAILS SHALL NOT ROTATE WITHIN THEIR FIDINGS. (1133B.5.5.1, FIG 11 B-36) 18. HANDRAIL PROJECTING FROM A WALL SHALL HAVE A SPACE OF 1 1/2 INCHES BETWEEN THE WALL AND THE HANDRAIL.(1133B.5.5.1, FIG 11 B-36) A) HANDRAILS MAY BE LOCATED IN A RECESS IF THE RECESS IS A MAXIMUM OF 3 INCHES DEEP AND EXTENDS AT LEAST 18 INCHES ABOVE THE TOP OF THE RAIL. (1133B.5.5.1, FIG 11 B-36) B) ANY WALL OR OTHER SURFACE ADJACENT TO HANDRAILS SHALL BE FREE OF SHARP OR ABRASIVE ELEMENTS. EDGES SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM RADIUS OF 1/8 INCH. (1133B.5.5.1, FIG 11 B-36) 19. WHERE THE RAMP SURFACE IS NOT BOUNDED BY A WALL, THE RAMP SHALL COMPLY WITH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS. ( 1133B.5.6, FIG 11 B-27(B) & (C)) A) A GUIDE CURB A MINIMUM OF 2 INCHES IN HEIGHT SHALL BE PROVIDED AT EACH SIDE OF THE RAMP; (1133B.5.6.1) OR B) A WHEEL GUIDE RAIL SHALL BE PROVIDED, CENTERED 3 INCHES, PLUS OR MINUS 1 INCH ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE RAMP. (1133B.5.6.2) 20. IN EXISTING BUILDINGS OR FACILITIES WHERE THE EXTENSION OF THE HANDRAIL IN THE DIRECTION OF THE RAMP RUN WOULD CREATE A HAZARD, THE EXTENSION MAY BE TURNED 90 DEGREES TO THE RUN OF THE RAMP. (1133B.5.5.1.1, 1133B.4.2.4) 21. RAMPS MORE THAN 30" ABOVE THE ADJACENT GROUND SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH GUARDS THAT COMPLY WITH SECTION 1013. SUCH GUARDS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS FROM THE TOP OF THE RAMP TO THE BOTTOM OF THE RAMP. (1133B.5.7) 22. ALL WALKS AND SIDEWALKS SHALL BE 48" MIN. IN WIDTH.

1. EVERY CORRIDOR AND HALLWAY SERVING AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF 10 OR MORE SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 44 INCHES IN WIDTH. (1133B.3.1) 2. CORRIDORS AND HALLWAYS SERVING AN OCCUPANT LOAD OF LESS THAN 10 SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 36 INCHES IN WIDTH. (1133B.3.1) 3. CORRIDORS WHICH ARE LOCATED ON ACCESSIBLE ROUTE AND EXCEED 200 FEET IN LENGTH SHALL:(1133B.3.2, FIG 11 B-34) A) HAVE A MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH OF 60"; OR B) HAVE, AT REASONABLE INTERVALS, A 60 INCHES BY 60 INCHES MINIMUM WHEELCHAIR TURNING SPACE OR PASSING ALCOVE; NOT TO EXCEED 200 FEET; OR C) HAVE, AT A CENTRAL LOCATION, AN INTERVENING CROSSING OR TEE CORRIDOR, A MINIMUM OF 44 INCHES IN WIDTH 4. CIRCULATION AISLES AND PEDESTRIAN WAYS SHALL BE SIZED ACCORDING TO FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND IN NO CASE SHALL BE LESS THAN 36 INCHES IN CLEAR WIDTH. (1105B.3.6) 5. EVERY PORTION OF EVERY BUILDING IN WHICH ARE INSTALLED SEATS, TABLES, MERCHANDISE, EQUIPMENT, OR SIMILAR MATERIALS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH AISLES LEADING TO AN EXIT. (1133B.6.1) 6. EVERY AISLE SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 36 INCHES WIDE IF SERVING ONLY ONE SIDE, AND NOT LESS THAN 44 INCHES WIDE IF SERVING BOTH SIDES. (1133B.6.2) E. HAZARDS AND PROTRUDING OBJECTS 1. ABRUPT CHANGES IN LEVEL, EXCEPT BETWEEN A WALK OR SIDEWALK AND AN ADJACENT STREET OR DRIVEWAY, EXCEEDING 4 INCHES IN A VERTICAL DIMENSION, SUCH AS AT PLANTERS OR FOUNTAINS LOCATED IN OR ADJACENT TO WALKS, SIDEWALKS, OR OTHER PEDESTRIAN WAYS, SHALL BE IDENTIFIED BY WARNING CURBS PROJECTING AT LEAST 6 INCHES IN HEIGHT ABOVE THE WALK OR SIDEWALK SURFACE TO WARN THE BLIND OF A POTENTIAL DROP OFF. (1133B.8.1)

13. THE BOTTOM 10" OF ALL DOORS EXCEPT AUTOMATIC AND SLIDING SHALL HAVE A SMOOTH, UNINTERRUPTED SURFACE TO ALLOW THE DOOR TO BE OPENED BY A WHEELCHAIR FOOTREST WITHOUT CREATING A TRAP OR HAZARDOUS CONDITION. WHERE NARROW FRAME DOORS ARE USED, A 10" HIGH SMOOTH PANEL SHALL BE INSTALLED ON THE PUSH SIDE OF THE DOOR, WHICH WILL ALLOW THE DOOR TO BE OPENED BY A WHEELCHAIR FOOTREST WITHOUT CREATING A TRAP OR HAZARDOUS CONDITION. (1133B.2.6, FIG 11 B-29) 14. MAXIMUM EFFORT TO OPERATE EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR DOORS SHALL NOT EXCEED 5 POUNDS, WITH SUCH PULL OR PUSH EFFORT BEING APPLIED AT RIGHT ANGLES TO HINGED DOORS AND AT THE CENTER PLANE OF SLIDING OR FOLDING DOORS. COMPENSATING DEVICES OR AUTOMATIC DOOR OPERATORS MAY BE UTILIZED TO MEET THE ABOVE STANDARDS. WHEN FIRE DOORS ARE REQUIRED, THE MAXIMUM EFFORT TO OPERATE THE DOOR MAY BE INCREASED TO THE MINIMUM ALLOWABLE BY THE APPROPRIATE ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY, NOT TO EXCEED 15 LBF. (1133B.2.5) 15. WHEN THE DOOR HAS A CLOSER, THEN THE SWEEP PERIOD OF THE CLOSER SHALL BE ADJUSTED SO THAT FROM AN OPEN POSITION OF 70 DEGREES, THE DOOR WILL TAKE AT LEAST 3 SECONDS TO MOVE TO A POINT 3 INCHES FROM THE LATCH, MEASURED TO THE LANDING EDGE OF THE DOOR. (1133B.2.5.1) 16. WHERE TURNSTILES AND CROWD CONTROL BARRIERS ARE UTILIZED IN A FACILITY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FULLY CONTROLLED ACCESS, SUCH AS WHERE AN ADMISSION PRICE IS CHARGED, A DOOR OR GATE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES SHALL BE PROVIDED ADJACENT TO EACH TURNSTILE EXIT OR ENTRANCE. THIS ALTERNATE PASSAGEWAY SHALL BE MAINTAINED IN AN UNLOCKED CONDITION DURING BUSINESS HOURS AND THE DOOR OR GATE SHALL NOT ACTIVATE A PUBLICLY AUDIBLE ALARM SYSTEM. THE DOOR OR GATE MAY BE LATCHED WHERE ALL GATES ARE RESTRICTED AND CONTROLLED BY AN ATTENDANT AND A SIGN IS POSTED STATING, "ALL GATES ARE RESTRICTED AND CONTROLLED BY AN ATTENDANT." THE ACCESSIBLE DOOR OR GATE SHALL PROVIDE THE SAME USE PATTERN. WHERE POSTS, RAILS, OR OTHER PEDESTRIAN CONTROLS ARE UTILIZED TO CREATE CROWD CONTROL AISLES OR LANES, A MINIMUM AISLE WIDTH NOT LESS THAN INDICATED IN FIGURE 11 B-5E (A) AND (B) WITH 32 INCHES OF CLEAR OPENING. (1133B.2.3.4) G. STAIRWAYS 1. STAIRWAYS SHALL HAVE HANDRAILS ON EACH SIDE, AND EVERY STAIRWAY REQUIRED TO BE MORE THAN 88 INCHES IN WIDTH SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH NOT LESS THAN ONE INTERMEDIATE HANDRAIL FOR EACH 88 INCHES OF REQUIRED WIDTH. INTERMEDIATE HANDRAILS SHALL BE SPACED APPROXIMATELY EQUALLY ACROSS THE ENTIRE WIDTH OF THE STAIRWAY. HANDRAILS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS ALONG BOTH SIDES OF THE STAIRWAY. (1133B.4.1.1 ) 2. THE TOP OF HANDRAIL GRIPPING SURFACE SHALL BE MOUNTED 34 TO 38 INCHES ABOVE THE NOSING OF THE TREADS. (1133B.4.2.1, FIG 11 B-35)

2. WHEN A GUARD OR HANDRAIL IS PROVIDED, NO CURB IS REQUIRED WHEN A GUIDE RAIL IS PROVIDED CENTERED 3 INCHES PLUS OR MINUS 1 INCH ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE WALK OR SIDEWALK, THE WALK IS 5 PERCENT OR LESS GRADIENT OR NO ADJACENT HAZARD EXISTS. (1133B.8.1, FIG 11B-27(C)

3. HANDRAILS SHALL EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 12 INCHES BEYOND THE TOP NOSING AND 12 INCHES PLUS THE TREAD WIDTH BEYOND THE BOTTOM NOSING AND ENDS SHALL BE RETURNED OR TERMINATE IN NEWEL POSTS OR SAFETY TERMINALS. (1133B.4.2.2, 1133B4.2.3, FIG 11 B-35, 37)

3. OBJECTS PROJECTING FROM WALLS WITH THEIR LEADING EDGES BETWEEN 27 INCHES AND 80 INCHES ABOVE THE FINISHED FLOOR SHALL PROTRUDE NO MORE THAN 4 INCHES INTO WALKS, HALLS, CORRIDORS, PASSAGEWAYS, OR AISLES. (1133B.8.6.1, FIG 11B-7A)

4. THE HANDGRIP PORTION OF HANDRAILS SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 1-1/4 INCHES OR MORE THAN 1-1/2 INCHES IN CROSS-SECTIONAL NOMINAL DIMENSION OR THE SHAPE SHALL PROVIDE AN EQUIVALENT GRIPPING SURFACE. THE HANDGRIP PORTION OF HANDRAILS SHALL HAVE A SMOOTH SURFACE WITH NO SHARP CORNERS. GRIPPING SURFACES (TOP OR SIDES) SHALL BE UNINTERRUPTED BY NEWEL POSTS, OTHER CONSTRUCTION ELEMENTS, OR OBSTRUCTIONS. ANY WALL OR OTHER SURFACE ADJACENT TO THE HANDRAIL SHALL BE FREE OF SHARP OR ABRASIVE ELEMENTS. EDGES SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM RADIUS OF 1/8 INCH.(1133B.4.2.6, FIG 11 B-36)

4. OBJECTS MOUNTED WITH THEIR LEADING EDGES AT OR BELOW 27 INCHES ABOVE THE FINISHED FLOOR MAY PROTRUDE ANY AMOUNT INTO WALKS, HALLS, CORRIDORS, PASSAGEWAYS, OR AISLES. (1133B.8.6.1, FIG 11 B-7A) 5. FREE-STANDING OBJECTS MOUNTED ON POSTS OR PYLONS MAY OVERHANG 12 INCHES MAXIMUM FROM 27 INCHES TO 80 INCHES ABOVE THE GROUND OR FINISHED FLOOR. (1133B.8.6.1, FIG 11 B-7B) 6. PROTRUDING OBJECTS SHALL NOT REDUCE THE CLEAR WIDTH OF AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE OR MANEUVERING SPACE. (1133B.8.6.1, FIG 11 B-7D) 7. WALKS, HALLS, CORRIDORS, PASSAGEWAYS, AISLES, OR OTHER CIRCULATION SPACES SHALL HAVE 80 INCHES MINIMUM CLEAR HEAD ROOM. (1133B.8.6.2, FIG 11 B-7A & 7C) 8. ANY OBSTRUCTION THAT OVERHANGS A PEDESTRIAN WAY SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 80 INCHES ABOVE THE WALKING SURFACE AS MEASURED FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE OBSTRUCTION. (1133B.8.2, FIG 11B-28) 9. WHERE A GUY SUPPORT IS USED PARALLEL TO A PATH OF TRAVEL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SIDEWALKS, A GUY BRACE, SIDEWALK GUY OR SIMILAR DEVICE SHALL BE USED TO PREVENT AN OVERHANGING OBSTRUCTION AS DEFINED. (1133B.8.2) 10. IF A WALK CROSSES OR ADJOINS A VEHICULAR WAY, AND THE WALKING SURFACES ARE NOT SEPARATED BY CURBS, RAILINGS, OR OTHER ELEMENTS BETWEEN THE PEDESTRIAN AREAS AND VEHICULAR AREAS, THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE AREAS SHALL BE DEFINED BY A CONTINUOUS DETECTABLE WARNING WHICH IS 36 INCHES WIDE, COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1121 B.3.1, ITEM 8(A). (1133B.8.5) 11. TRANSIT BOARDING PLATFORMS SHALL CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 1121 B.3.1, ITEM 8(B). ONLY APPROVED DSA/AC DETECTABLE WARNING PRODUCTS AND DIRECTIONAL SURFACES SHALL BE INSTALLED AS PROVIDED IN THE CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 24, PART 1, ARTICLES 2, 3, AND 4. (1133B.8.4 & 1133B.8.5) F. DOORS 1. DOOR HANDLES, PULLS, LATCHES, LOCKS AND OTHER OPERATING DEVICES ON DOORS REQUIRED TO BE ACCESSIBLE SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, TIGHT PINCHING OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST TO OPERATE. MANUALLY OPERATED BOLTS OR SURFACE BOLTS ARE NOT PERMITTED. THE UNLATCHING OF ANY DOOR OR LEAF SHALL NOT REQUIRE MORE THAN ONE OPERATION. (1008.1.8) 2. LATCHING AND LOCKING DOORS THAT ARE HAND ACTIVATED AND WHICH ARE IN A PATH OF TRAVEL SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH A SINGLE EFFORT BY LEVER TYPE HARDWARE, BY PANIC BARS, PUSH-PULL ACTIVATING BARS, OR OTHER HARDWARE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE PASSAGE WITHOUT REQUIRING THE ABILITY TO GRASP THE OPENING HARDWARE. (1133B.2.5.2) 3. HAND-ACTIVATED DOOR OPENING HARDWARE SHALL BE CENTERED BETWEEN 30" AND 44" ABOVE THE FLOOR.(1133B.2.5.2)

5. THE ORIENTATION OF AT LEAST ONE HANDRAIL SHALL BE IN THE DIRECTION OF THE RUN OF THE STAIR AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE DIRECTION OF THE STAIR NOSING, AND SHALL NOT REDUCE THE MINIMUM REQUIRED WIDTH OF STAIRS. (1133B.4.2.4) 6. HANDRAILS PROJECTING FROM A WALL SHALL HAVE A SPACE OF 1-1/2 INCHES BETWEEN THE WALL AND THE HANDRAIL. HANDRAILS MAY BE LOCATED IN A RECESS IF THE RECESS IS A MAXIMUM OF 3 INCH DEEP AND EXTENDS AT LEAST 18 INCHES ABOVE THE TOP OF THE RAIL. HANDRAILS SHALL NOT ROTATE WITHIN THEIR FITTING. (1133B.4.2.5, FIG 11 B-36) 7. THE UPPER APPROACH AND THE LOWER TREAD OF EACH STAIR SHALL BE MARKED BY A STRIP OF CLEARLY CONTRASTING COLOR AT LEAST 2 INCHES WIDE PLACED PARALLEL TO AND NOT MORE THAN ONE INCH FROM THE NOSE OF THE STEP OR LANDING TO ALERT THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED. THE STRIP SHALL BE OF MATERIAL THAT IS AT LEAST AS SLIP RESISTANT AS THE OTHER TREADS OF THE STAIR. (1133B.4.4, FIG 11 B-35) 8. WHERE STAIRWAYS OCCUR OUTSIDE A BUILDING, THE UPPER APPROACH AND ALL TREADS SHALL BE MARKED BY A STRIP OF CLEARLY CONTRASTING COLOR AT LEAST 2 INCHES WIDE AND PLACED PARALLEL TO AND NOT MORE THAN 1" FROM THE NOSE OF THE STEP OR LANDING TO ALERT THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED. THE STRIP SHALL BE OF A MATERIAL THAT IS AT LEAST AS SLIP-RESISTANT AS THE OTHER TREADS OF THE STAIR. A PAINTED STRIP SHALL BE ACCEPTABLE. (1133B.4.4, FIG 11 B-35) 9. ALL TREAD SURFACES SHALL BE SLIP-RESISTANT. WEATHER EXPOSED STAIRS AND THEIR APPROACHES SHALL BE DESIGNED SO THAT WATER WILL NOT ACCUMULATE ON WALKING SURFACES. TREADS SHALL HAVE SMOOTH, ROUNDED, OR CHAMFERED EXPOSED EDGES, AND NO ABRUPT EDGES AT THE NOSING (LOWER FRONT EDGE). (1133B.4.5.1, FIG 11 B-35) 10. THE NOSING SHALL NOT PROJECT MORE THAN 1-1/2 INCHES PAST THE FACE OF THE RISER BELOW. (1133B.4.5.2, FIG 11 B-35) 11. OPEN RISERS ARE NOT PERMITTED. ON ANY GIVEN FLIGHT OF STAIRS, ALL STEPS SHALL HAVE UNIFORM RISER HEIGHT AND UNIFORM TREAD WIDTHS CONSISTENT WITH 1133B.4. STAIR TREADS SHALL BE NO LESS THAN 11 INCHES DEEP, MEASURED FROM RISER TO RISER. RISERS SHALL BE SLOPED OR THE UNDERSIDE OF THE NOSING SHALL HAVE AN ANGLE NOT LESS THAN 60 DEGREES FROM THE HORIZONTAL. (1133B.4.5.3, FIG 11 B-35) 12. TACTILE FLOOR DESIGNATION SIGNS THAT COMPLY WITH SECTION 1117B.5.1 SHALL BE LOCATED AT EACH FLOOR LEVEL LANDING IN ALL ENCLOSED STAIRWAYS IN BUILDINGS TWO OR MORE STORIES IN HEIGHT TO IDENTIFY THE FLOOR LEVEL. AT EXIT DISCHARGE LEVEL, THE SIGN SHALL INCLUDE A RAISED FIVE-POINTED STAR LOCATED TO THE LEFT OF THE IDENTIFYING FLOOR LEVEL. THE OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF THE STAR SHALL BE THE SAME AS THE HEIGHT OF THE RAISED CHARACTERS. (1133B.4.3) H. SPACE ALLOWANCE & REACH RANGES

4. WHEN INSTALLED, DOORWAYS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM CLEAR OPENING OF 32 INCHES WITH THE DOOR OPEN 90 DEGREES. (1133B.1.1.1.1, FIG 11B -5B & 11 B-33) 5. FOR HINGED DOORS, THE OPENING WIDTH SHALL BE MEASURED WITH THE DOOR POSITIONED AT AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES FROM ITS CLOSED POSITION. (1133B.2.3, FIG 11 B-5B) 6. WHERE A PAIR OF DOORS IS UTILIZED, AT LEAST ONE OF THE DOORS SHALL PROVIDE A CLEAR, UNOBSTRUCTED OPENING WIDTH OF 32 INCHES WITH THE LEAF POSITIONED AT AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES FROM ITS CLOSED POSITION. (1133B.2.3.1) 7. WHEN AN AUTOMATIC OR POWER ASSISTED DOOR OPERATOR IS UTILIZED TO OPERATE A PAIR OF DOORS, AT LEAST ONE OF THE DOORS SHALL PROVIDE A CLEAR, UNOBSTRUCTED OPENING WIDTH OF 32" WITH THE DOOR POSITIONED AT AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES FROM ITS CLOSED POSITION. AUTOMATIC DOORS SHALL COMPLY WITH BHMA A156.10 OR BHMA A156.19. (1133B.2.3.2)

1. THE MINIMUM CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE REQUIRED TO ACCOMMODATE A SINGLE, STATIONARY WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT IS 30 INCHES BY 48 INCHES. THE MINIMUM CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE FOR WHEELCHAIRS MAY BE POSITIONED FOR FORWARD OR PARALLEL APPROACH TO AN OBJECT. CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE FOR WHEELCHAIRS MAY BE A PART OF THE KNEE SPACE REQUIRED UNDER SOME OBJECTS. (1117B.2.3, 1118B.4.1, FIG 11-B-5A) 2. ONE FULL UNOBSTRUCTED SIDE OF THE CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE FOR A WHEELCHAIR SHALL ADJOIN OR OVERLAP AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE OR ADJOIN ANOTHER WHEELCHAIR CLEAR FLOOR SPACE. IF A CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE IS LOCATED IN AN ALCOVE OR OTHERWISE CONFINED ON ALL OR PART OF THREE SIDES, ADDITIONAL MANEUVERING CLEARANCES SHALL BE PROVIDED. (1117B.2.4, 1118B.4.2, FIG 11-B-5A) 3. THE SPACE REQUIRED FOR A WHEELCHAIR TO MAKE A 180 DEGREE TURN IS A CLEAR SPACE OF 60" DIAMETER OR A T-SHAPED SPACE.(1118B.3, FIG 11B-12(A) & (B))

6. THE MINIMUM WIDTH FOR TWO WHEELCHAIRS TO PASS IS 60 INCHES. (1118B.2, FIG 11 B-11) 7. IF THE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE ONLY ALLOWS FORWARD APPROACH TO AN OBJECT, THE MAXIMUM HIGH FORWARD REACH ALLOWED SHALL BE 48 INCHES. SEE FIGURE 11 B-~5C(A). THE MINIMUM LOW FORWARD REACH IS 15 INCHES. IF THE HIGH FORWARD REACH IS OVER AN OBSTRUCTION, REACH AND CLEARANCES SHALL BE AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 11B-5C(B). (1118B.5) 8. IF THE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE ALLOWS PARALLEL APPROACH BY A PERSON IN A WHEELCHAIR, THE MAXIMUM HIGH SIDE REACH ALLOWED SHALL BE 54 INCHES AND THE LOW SIDE REACH SHALL BE NO LESS THAN 9 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR AS SHOWN IN FIGURES I 1 B-5D(A) & (B). IF THE SIDE REACH IS OVER AND OBSTRUCTION, THE REACH AND CLEARANCES SHALL BE AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 11B-5D(C). (11188.6) I. CONTROLS & OPERATING MECHANISMS 1. CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS IN ACCESSIBLE SPACES, ALONG ACCESSIBLE ROUTES OR AS PART OF ACCESSIBLE ELEMENTS AND THOSE IN SECTION 109.1 ARE REQUIRED TO BE ACCESSIBLE. (1117B.6.1) 2. CLEAR FLOOR SPACE COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1118B.4 THAT ALLOWS A FORWARD OR PARALLEL APPROACH BY A PERSON USING A WHEELCHAIR SHALL BE PROVIDED AT CONTROLS, DISPENSERS, RECEPTACLES, AND OTHER OPERABLE EQUIPMENT. (1117B.6.2) 3. THE HIGHEST AND LOWEST OPERABLE PART OF ALL CONTROLS, DISPENSERS, RECEPTACLES, AND OTHER OPERABLE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PLACED WITHIN ONE OF THE REACH RANGES SPECIFIED IN SECTIONS 1118B.5 AND 1118B.6. ELECTRICAL AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEM RECEPTACLES ON WALLS SHALL BE MOUNTED NO LESS THAN 15 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR. (1117B.6.3) 4. CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PUNCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. TO FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE CONTROLS SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN 5 POUNDS OF FORCE. ( 1117B.6.4) 5. FOR ACCESSIBLE LAVATORIES, FAUCET CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE GRASPING, PINCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVE FAUCET CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN 5 LBF. LEVER-OPERATED, PUSH-TYPE, AND ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED MECHANISMS ARE EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE DESIGNS. SELF-CLOSING VALVES ARE ALLOWED IF THE FAUCET REMAINS OPEN FOR AT LEAST 10 SECONDS. (1115B.4.3) J. EMPLOYEE WORK AREAS & WORK STATIONS 1. WORK STATION IS DEFINED AS "AN AREA DEFINED BY EQUIPMENT AND/OR WORK SURFACES INTENDED FOR USE BY EMPLOYEES ONLY, GENERALLY FOR ONE OR A SMALL NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AT A TIME..." (1102B) 2. EMPLOYEE AREAS SHALL CONFORM TO ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT - ACCESS COMPLIANCE IN THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE, PLUMBING CODE, AND ELECTRICAL CODE. (1123B.1) 3. SPECIFIC WORKSTATIONS NEED ONLY COMPLY WITH AISLE WIDTH AND FLOORS AND LEVELS, AND ENTRY-WAYS SHALL BE 32 INCHES IN CLEAR WIDTH. AISLES SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 36 INCHES IF SERVING ONLY ONE SIDE, AND NOT LESS THAN 44 INCHES WIDE IF SERVING BOTH SIDES. (1123B.2, 1133B.6.2) 4. EMPLOYEE WORK AREAS SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE BY MEANS OF 36 INCH MINIMUM AISLE AND 32 INCH MINIMUM CLEAR OPENING DOOR WIDTH. (11 05B.3.2.3) K. FIXED OR BUILT-IN SEATING, TABLES & COUNTERS 1. WHERE FIXED OR BUILT-IN SEATING, TABLES, OR COUNTERS ARE PROVIDED FOR THE PUBLIC, AND IN GENERAL EMPLOYEE AREAS, FIVE PERCENT BUT NEVER LESS THAN ONE MUST BE ACCESSIBLE, AS REQUIRED IN SECTION 1122B. (11228.1) 2. IF SEATING SPACES FOR PERSONS IN WHEELCHAIRS ARE PROVIDED AT FIXED TABLES OR COUNTERS, CLEAR FLOOR SPACE COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1118B.4 SHALL BE PROVIDED. SUCH CLEAR FLOOR SPACE SHALL NOT OVERLAP KNEE SPACE BY MORE THAN 19 INCHES. (1122B.2, FIG 11 B-13) 3. IF SEATING FOR PERSONS IN WHEELCHAIRS IS PROVIDED AT FIXED TABLES OR COUNTERS, KNEE SPACES OF AT LEAST 27 INCHES HIGH, 30 INCHES WIDE, AND 19 INCHES DEEP SHALL BE PROVIDED. (1122B.3, FIG 11 B-13) 4. THE TOPS OF TABLES AND COUNTERS SHALL BE 28 INCHES TO 34 INCHES FROM THE FLOOR OR GROUND. (1122B.4) 5. WHERE A SINGLE COUNTER CONTAINS MORE THAN ONE TRANSACTION STATION, SUCH AS A BANK COUNTER WITH MULTIPLE TELLER WINDOWS OR A RETAIL SALES COUNTER WITH MULTIPLE CASH REGISTER STATIONS, AT LEAST 5 PERCENT, BUT NEVER LESS THAN ONE OF EACH TYPE OF STATION SHALL BE LOCATED AT A SECTION OF COUNTER THAT IS AT LEAST 36 INCHES LONG AND NO MORE THAN 28 TO 34 INCHES HIGH. (11228.4) L. SIGNS & IDENTIFICATION

7. CHARACTERS, SYMBOLS AND THEIR BACKGROUND SHALL HAVE A NON-GLARE FINISH. CHARACTERS AND SYMBOLS SHALL CONTRAST WITH THEIR BACKGROUND, EITHER LIGHT CHARACTERS ON A DARK BACKGROUND OR DARK CHARACTERS ON A LIGHT BACKGROUND. (1117B.5.2) 8. CHARACTERS AND NUMBERS ON SIGNS SHALL BE SIZED ACCORDING TO THE VIEWING DISTANCE FROM WHICH THEY ARE TO BE READ. THE MINIMUM HEIGHT IS MEASURED USING AN UPPER CASE "x". LOWER CASE CHARACTERS ARE PERMITTED. FOR SIGNS SUSPENDED OR PROJECTED ABOVE THE FINISH FLOOR IN COMPLIANCE WITH SECTION 1133B.8.6, THE MINIMUM CHARACTER HEIGHT SHALL BE 3 INCHES. (1117B.5.4) 9. CONTRACTED GRADE 2 BRAILLE SHALL BE USED WHEREVER BRAILLE IS REQUIRED IN OTHER PORTIONS OF THESE STANDARDS. DOTS SHALL BE 1/10 INCH ON CENTERS IN EACH CELL WITH 2/10-INCH SPACE BETWEEN CELLS. DOTS SHALL BE RAISED A MINIMUM OF 1/40 INCH ABOVE THE BACKGROUND. (1117B.5.6) 10. POLE SUPPORTED PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC CONTROL BUTTONS SHALL BE IDENTIFIED WITH COLOR CODING CONSISTING OF A TEXTURED HORIZONTAL YELLOW BAND 2 INCHES IN WIDTH ENCIRCLING THE POLE, AND A 1 INCH WIDE DARK BORDER BAND ABOVE AND BELOW THIS YELLOW BAND. COLOR-CODING SHOULD BE PLACED IMMEDIATELY ABOVE THE CONTROL BUTTON. CONTROL BUTTONS SHALL BE LOCATED NO HIGHER THAN 48 INCHES ABOVE THE SURFACE ADJACENT TO THE POLE. (1117B.5.9) I. CONTROLS & OPERATING MECHANISMS 1. CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS IN ACCESSIBLE SPACES, ALONG ACCESSIBLE ROUTES OR AS PART OF ACCESSIBLE ELEMENTS AND THOSE IN SECTION 109.1 ARE REQUIRED TO BE ACCESSIBLE. (1117B.6.1) 2. CLEAR FLOOR SPACE COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1118B.4 THAT ALLOWS A FORWARD OR PARALLEL APPROACH BY A PERSON USING A WHEELCHAIR SHALL BE PROVIDED AT CONTROLS, DISPENSERS, RECEPTACLES, AND OTHER OPERABLE EQUIPMENT. (1117B.6.2) 3. THE HIGHEST AND LOWEST OPERABLE PART OF ALL CONTROLS, DISPENSERS, RECEPTACLES, AND OTHER OPERABLE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PLACED WITHIN ONE OF THE REACH RANGES SPECIFIED IN SECTIONS 1118B.5 AND 1118B.6. ELECTRICAL AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEM RECEPTACLES ON WALLS SHALL BE MOUNTED NO LESS THAN 15 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR. (1117B.6.3) 4. CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PUNCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. TO FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE CONTROLS SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN 5 POUNDS OF FORCE. ( 1117B.6.4) 5. FOR ACCESSIBLE LAVATORIES, FAUCET CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE GRASPING, PINCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVE FAUCET CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN 5 LBF. LEVER-OPERATED, PUSH-TYPE, AND ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED MECHANISMS ARE EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE DESIGNS. SELF-CLOSING VALVES ARE ALLOWED IF THE FAUCET REMAINS OPEN FOR AT LEAST 10 SECONDS. (1115B.4.3) J. EMPLOYEE WORK AREAS & WORK STATIONS 1. WORK STATION IS DEFINED AS "AN AREA DEFINED BY EQUIPMENT AND/OR WORK SURFACES INTENDED FOR USE BY EMPLOYEES ONLY, GENERALLY FOR ONE OR A SMALL NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AT A TIME..." (1102B) 2. EMPLOYEE AREAS SHALL CONFORM TO ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT - ACCESS COMPLIANCE IN THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE, PLUMBING CODE, AND ELECTRICAL CODE. (1123B.1) 3. SPECIFIC WORKSTATIONS NEED ONLY COMPLY WITH AISLE WIDTH AND FLOORS AND LEVELS, AND ENTRY-WAYS SHALL BE 32 INCHES IN CLEAR WIDTH. AISLES SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 36 INCHES IF SERVING ONLY ONE SIDE, AND NOT LESS THAN 44 INCHES WIDE IF SERVING BOTH SIDES. (1123B.2, 1133B.6.2) 4. EMPLOYEE WORK AREAS SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE BY MEANS OF 36 INCH MINIMUM AISLE AND 32 INCH MINIMUM CLEAR OPENING DOOR WIDTH. (11 05B.3.2.3) K. FIXED OR BUILT-IN SEATING, TABLES & COUNTERS 1. WHERE FIXED OR BUILT-IN SEATING, TABLES, OR COUNTERS ARE PROVIDED FOR THE PUBLIC, AND IN GENERAL EMPLOYEE AREAS, FIVE PERCENT BUT NEVER LESS THAN ONE MUST BE ACCESSIBLE, AS REQUIRED IN SECTION 1122B. (11228.1) 2. IF SEATING SPACES FOR PERSONS IN WHEELCHAIRS ARE PROVIDED AT FIXED TABLES OR COUNTERS, CLEAR FLOOR SPACE COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1118B.4 SHALL BE PROVIDED. SUCH CLEAR FLOOR SPACE SHALL NOT OVERLAP KNEE SPACE BY MORE THAN 19 INCHES. (1122B.2, FIG 11 B-13) 3. IF SEATING FOR PERSONS IN WHEELCHAIRS IS PROVIDED AT FIXED TABLES OR COUNTERS, KNEE SPACES OF AT LEAST 27 INCHES HIGH, 30 INCHES WIDE, AND 19 INCHES DEEP SHALL BE PROVIDED. (1122B.3, FIG 11 B-13) 4. THE TOPS OF TABLES AND COUNTERS SHALL BE 28 INCHES TO 34 INCHES FROM THE FLOOR OR GROUND. (1122B.4) 5. WHERE A SINGLE COUNTER CONTAINS MORE THAN ONE TRANSACTION STATION, SUCH AS A BANK COUNTER WITH MULTIPLE TELLER WINDOWS OR A RETAIL SALES COUNTER WITH MULTIPLE CASH REGISTER STATIONS, AT LEAST 5 PERCENT, BUT NEVER LESS THAN ONE OF EACH TYPE OF STATION SHALL BE LOCATED AT A SECTION OF COUNTER THAT IS AT LEAST 36 INCHES LONG AND NO MORE THAN 28 TO 34 INCHES HIGH. (11228.4)

CALIFORNIA'S STANDARDS FOR SIGNAGE ARE MORE STRINGENT AND ARE SIGNIFICANTLY LARGER AND WIDER THAN FEDERAL LAW, AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) SECTION 4.30. (1117B.5) THE INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF ACCESSIBILITY SHALL BE THE STANDARD USED TO IDENTIFY FACILITIES THAT ARE ACCESSIBLE TO AND USABLE BY PHYSICALLY DISABLED PERSONS AS SET FORTH IN TITLE 24 AND AS SPECIFICALLY REQUIRED IN THIS SECTION. (1117B.5.8.1, FIG 11 B-6)



1. THE INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF ACCESSIBILITY SHALL CONSIST OF A WHITE FIGURE ON A BLUE BACKGROUND. THE BLUE SHALL BE EQUAL TO COLOR NO. 15090 IN FEDERAL STANDARD 595B.(1117B5.8.1.1) 2. ALL BUILDING AND FACILITY ENTRANCES THAT ARE ACCESSIBLE TO AND USABLE BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND AT EVERY MAJOR JUNCTION ALONG OR LEADING TO AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE OF TRAVEL SHALL BE IDENTIFIED WITH A SIGN DISPLAYING THE INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF ACCESSIBILITY AND WITH ADDITIONAL DIRECTIONAL SIGNS, AS REQUIRED, TO BE VISIBLE TO PERSONS ALONG APPROACHING CIRCULATION PATHS. (1117B.5.8.1.2. & 1127B.3) 3. WHEN PERMANENT IDENTIFICATION IS PROVIDED FOR ROOMS AND SPACES OF A BUILDING OR SITE, RAISED LETTERS SHALL BE PROVIDED AND SHALL BE ACCOMPANIED BY BRAILLE IN CONFORMANCE WITH SECTION 1117B.5.2 THROUGH 1117B.5.7. SIGNS SHALL BE INSTALLED ON THE WALL ADJACENT TO THE LATCH OUTSIDE OF THE DOOR. WHERE THERE IS NO WALL SPACE ON THE LATCH SIDE, INCLUDING AT DOUBLE LEAF DOORS, SIGNS SHALL BE PLACED ON THE NEAREST ADJACENT WALL, PREFERABLY ON THE RIGHT. MOUNTING HEIGHT SHALL BE 60 INCHES ABOVE THE FINISHED FLOOR TO THE CENTERLINE OF THE SIGN. MOUNTING LOCATION SHALL BE DETERMINED SO THAT A PERSON MAY APPROACH WITHIN 3 INCHES OF SIGNAGE WITHOUT ENCOUNTERING PROTRUDING OBJECTS OR STANDING WITHIN THE SWING OF A DOOR. (1117B.5.1, 1117B.5.7) 4. WHEN SIGNS DIRECT TO OR GIVE INFORMATION ABOUT PERMANENT ROOMS AND FUNCTIONAL SPACES OF A BUILDING OR SITE, THEY SHALL COMPLY WITH SECTIONS 1117B.5.2, 1117B.5.3, 11178.5.4. MEANS OF EGRESS SIGNS AND IDENTIFICATION FOR VISUAL EXIT SIGNS, GRAPHICS, ILLUMINATION, POWER SOURCE, TACTILE EXIT SIGNAGE, TACTILE STAIR LEVEL IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIAL EGRESS CONTROL DEVICES SHALL COMPLY WITH SECTIONS 1003.2.8.1, 1003.2.8.5, 1003.2.9, 1003.2.10 AND 1003.3.1.1 O. (1117B.5.1.2) 5. WHEN RAISED CHARACTERS OR WHEN PICTOGRAM SYMBOLS ARE USED, THEY SHALL CONFORM TO THE FOLLOWING: (1117B.5.5) A) CHARACTERS ON SIGNS SHALL BE RAISED OR RECESSED 1/32 INCH MINIMUM AND SHALL BE SANS - SERIF UPPERCASE CHARACTERS ACCOMPANIED BY GRADE 2 BRAILLE COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1117B.5.6. (11178.5.5.1) B) RAISED CHARACTERS OR SYMBOLS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 5/8 INCH HIGH AND A MAXIMUM OF 2 INCHES HIGH. (1117B.5.5.2) C) PICTORIAL SYMBOL SIGNS (PICTOGRAMS) SHALL BE ACCOMPANIED BY THE VERBAL DESCRIPTION PLACED DIRECTLY BELOW THE PICTOGRAM. THE OUTSIDE DIMENSION OF THE PICTOGRAM FIELD SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES IN HEIGHT. (1117B.5.5.3) D) CHARACTERS AND BRAILLE SHALL BE IN A HORIZONTAL FORMAT. BRAILLE SHOULD BE PLACED A MINIMUM OF 3/8-INCH AND A MAXIMUM OF 1/2-INCH DIRECTLY BELOW THE TACTILE CHARACTERS; FLUSH LEFT OR CENTERED. WHEN TACTILE SIGN IS MULTI-LINED, ALL BRAILLE SHALL BE PLACED TOGETHER BELOW ALL LINES OF TACTILE TEXT. (1117B.5.5.4)

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5. WHEN RAISED CHARACTERS OR WHEN PICTOGRAM SYMBOLS ARE USED, THEY SHALL CONFORM TO THE FOLLOWING: (1117B.5.5) A) CHARACTERS ON SIGNS SHALL BE RAISED OR RECESSED 1/32 INCH MINIMUM AND SHALL BE SANS - SERIF UPPERCASE CHARACTERS ACCOMPANIED BY GRADE 2 BRAILLE COMPLYING WITH SECTION 1117B.5.6. (11178.5.5.1) B) RAISED CHARACTERS OR SYMBOLS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 5/8 INCH HIGH AND A MAXIMUM OF 2 INCHES HIGH. (1117B.5.5.2) C) PICTORIAL SYMBOL SIGNS (PICTOGRAMS) SHALL BE ACCOMPANIED BY THE VERBAL DESCRIPTION PLACED DIRECTLY BELOW THE PICTOGRAM. THE OUTSIDE DIMENSION OF THE PICTOGRAM FIELD SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES IN HEIGHT. (1117B.5.5.3) D) CHARACTERS AND BRAILLE SHALL BE IN A HORIZONTAL FORMAT. BRAILLE SHOULD BE PLACED A MINIMUM OF 3/8-INCH AND A MAXIMUM OF 1/2-INCH DIRECTLY BELOW THE TACTILE CHARACTERS; FLUSH LEFT OR CENTERED. WHEN TACTILE SIGN IS MULTI-LINED, ALL BRAILLE SHALL BE PLACED TOGETHER BELOW ALL LINES OF TACTILE TEXT. (1117B.5.5.4)

2. WHERE SEPARATE FACILITIES ARE PROVIDED FOR PERSONS OF EACH SEX, THESE FACILITIES SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. WHERE UNISEX FACILITIES ARE PROVIDED, THESE FACILITIES SHALL BE ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. (1115B.l.l, FIG 11 B-1 A)

3. HOW THAT GRAB BARS FOR WATER CLOSETS LOCATED WITHIN AMBULATORY ACCESSIBLE COMPARTMENTS SHALL BE PROVIDED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE COMPARTMENT. (1115B.4.1.3)

7. NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES INSTALLED IN ROOMS SHALL BE SPACED AS FOLLOWS: (NFPA 72 SEC4-4.4.1) I) SPACING SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FIGURE 4-4.4.L AND TABLES 4-H,1 (AND (b). THE SEPARATION BETWEEN APPLIANCES SHALL NOT EXCEED I00'. (NFPA 72 SEC 4-H,1) 2) ACCESSIBLE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH TABLE 4-4.4.LI (c), USING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.4.1.1)

6. CHARACTERS ON SIGNS SHALL HAVE A WIDTH-TO-HEIGHT RATIO OF BETWEEN 3:5 AND 1:1 AND A STROKE WIDTH-TO-HEIGHT RATIO BETWEEN 1:5 AND 1:10. (1117B.5.3) 7. CHARACTERS, SYMBOLS AND THEIR BACKGROUND SHALL HAVE A NON-GLARE FINISH. CHARACTERS AND SYMBOLS SHALL CONTRAST WITH THEIR BACKGROUND, EITHER LIGHT CHARACTERS ON A DARK BACKGROUND OR DARK CHARACTERS ON A LIGHT BACKGROUND. (1117B.5.2) 8. CHARACTERS AND NUMBERS ON SIGNS SHALL BE SIZED ACCORDING TO THE VIEWING DISTANCE FROM WHICH THEY ARE TO BE READ. THE MINIMUM HEIGHT IS MEASURED USING AN UPPER CASE "x". LOWER CASE CHARACTERS ARE PERMITTED. FOR SIGNS SUSPENDED OR PROJECTED ABOVE THE FINISH FLOOR IN COMPLIANCE WITH SECTION 1133B.8.6, THE MINIMUM CHARACTER HEIGHT SHALL BE 3 INCHES. (1117B.5.4) 9. CONTRACTED GRADE 2 BRAILLE SHALL BE USED WHEREVER BRAILLE IS REQUIRED IN OTHER PORTIONS OF THESE STANDARDS. DOTS SHALL BE 1/10 INCH ON CENTERS IN EACH CELL WITH 2/10-INCH SPACE BETWEEN CELLS. DOTS SHALL BE RAISED A MINIMUM OF 1/40 INCH ABOVE THE BACKGROUND. (1117B.5.6) 10. POLE SUPPORTED PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC CONTROL BUTTONS SHALL BE IDENTIFIED WITH COLOR CODING CONSISTING OF A TEXTURED HORIZONTAL YELLOW BAND 2 INCHES IN WIDTH ENCIRCLING THE POLE, AND A 1 INCH WIDE DARK BORDER BAND ABOVE AND BELOW THIS YELLOW BAND. COLOR-CODING SHOULD BE PLACED IMMEDIATELY ABOVE THE CONTROL BUTTON. CONTROL BUTTONS SHALL BE LOCATED NO HIGHER THAN 48 INCHES ABOVE THE SURFACE ADJACENT TO THE POLE. (1117B.5.9)

A E K TOILET CENTERING FROM WALL 18" 15"* 12" TOILET SEAT HEIGHT 17"-19" 15" 10"-12" GRAB BAR HEIGHT (SIDE) 33" 27"* 20"-22" TOILET PAPER IN FRONT OF TOILET 12" MAX 6" MAX 6" MAX NAPKIN DISPOSAL IN FRONT OF TOILET 12" MAX 12" MAX N/A DISPENSER OR MIRROR HEIGHT 40" MAX 36" MAX 32" MAX LAVATORY/SINK TOP HEIGHT 34" MAX 29" MAX 24" MAX LAVATORY/SINK KNEE CLEARANCE 27" MIN24" MIN 19" MIN URINAL LIP HEIGHT 17" MAX 15" MAX 13" MIN URINAL FLUSH HANDLE HEIGHT 44" MAX 37" MAX 32" MAX DRINKING FOUNTAIN BUBBLER HEIGHT 36" MAX 32" MAX 30" MAX DRINKING FOUNTAIN KNEE CLEARANCE 27" MIN24" MIN 22" MIN RAMP/STAIR HANDRAIL HEIGHT 34"-38" 27" 22" A = ADULT DIMENSIONS (AGE 12 AND OVER) E = ELEMENTARY DIMENSIONS K = KINDERGARTEN AND PRE-SCHOOL DIMENSION.(T1115B-l) 3. WHERE FACILITIES ARE TO BE USED SOLELY BY SMALL CHILDREN, THE SPECIFIC HEIGHTS AND CLEARANCES MAY BE ADJUSTED TO MEET THEIR ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS. SEE TABLE ABOVE FOR SUGGESTED MOUNTING HEIGHTS AND CLEARANCES. (1115B.1.2) 4. THE DIMENSIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BY THE DIVISION OF THE STATE ARCHITECT, OFFICE OF REGULATION SERVICES. THESE RECOMMENDATIONS ARE BASED ON THE FEDERAL "RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACCESSIBILITY FOR CHILDREN IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL" AND OTHER RECOGNIZED PUBLICATIONS ON ACCESS FOR CHILDREN. 5. DOORWAYS LEADING TO MEN'S SANITARY FACILITIES SHALL BE IDENTIFIED BY AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE 1/4" THICK WITH EDGES 12" LONG AND A VERTEX POINTING UPWARD. WOMEN'S SANITARY FACILITIES SHALL BE IDENTIFIED BY A CIRCLE 1/4" THICK AND 12" IN DIAMETER. (1115B.6) 6. UNISEX SANITARY FACILITIES SHALL BE IDENTIFIED BY A CIRCLE 1/4" THICK, 12" IN DIAMETER, WITH A 1/4" THICK TRIANGLE SUPERIMPOSED ON THE CIRCLE AND WITHIN THE 12" DIAMETER. (1115B.6) 7. GEOMETRIC (CIRCLE & TRIANGLE) SYMBOLS ON SANITARY FACILITY DOORS SHALL BE CENTERED ON THE DOOR AT A HEIGHT OF 60" AND THEIR COLOR AND CONTRAST SHALL BE DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT FROM THE COLOR AND CONTRAST OF THE DOOR. (1115B.6) NOTE: SEE ALSO SECTION 1117B.5.1 FOR ADDITIONAL SIGNAGE REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO SANITARY FACILITIES.

M. ELECTRICAL P. SINGLE ACCOMMODATION SANITARY FACILITIES 1. THE HIGHEST OPERABLE PART OF ALL CONTROLS, DISPENSERS, RECEPTACLES AND OTHER OPERABLE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE SHALL BE INSTALLED AT AN ACCESSIBLE LOCATION MEETING THE CLEARANCES AND REACH RANGE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 1118B.5 AND 1118B.6 AND NOT LESS THAN 15" ABOVE THE FLOOR OR WORKING PLATFORMS. (1117B.6.3) 2. THE CENTER OF THE GRIP OF THE OPERATING HANDLE OF CONTROLS OR SWITCHES INTENDED TO BE USED BY THE OCCUPANT OF THE ROOM OR AREA TO CONTROL LIGHTING AND RECEPTACLE OUTLETS, APPLIANCES, OR COOLING, HEATING, AND VENTILATING EQUIPMENT SHALL BE 48" ABOVE THE FLOOR OR WORKING PLATFORM. (1117B.6, 5.1) 3. THE CENTER OF ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE OUTLETS ON BRANCH CIRCUITS OF 30 AMPERES OR LESS SHALL BE INSTALLED NOT MORE THAN 48 INCHES NOR LESS THAN 14 INCHES ABOVE THE FLOOR OR WORKING PLATFORM(1117B.6.5.2)

5. SHOW THAT THE REAR GRAB BARS SHALL BE 36" LONG MINIMUM AND EXTEND FROM THE CENTERLINE OF THE WATER CLOSET 12" MINIMUM ON ONE SIDE AND 24" MINIMUM ON THE OTHER SIDE. THE REAR GRAB BAR SHALL BE SECURELY ATTACHED AND CENTERED 33" ABOVE AND PARALLEL TO THE FLOOR, EXCEPT THAT WHEREATANK-TYPE TOILET IS USED, WHICH OBSTRUCTS PLACEMENT AT 33", THE BAR MAY BE AS HIGH AS 36", WITH 1-1/2" MINIMUM BETWEEN THE BAR AND TOP OF TANK. (1115B.4.1.3.2, FIG 11 B-1A) 6. SHOW THE DIAMETER OR WIDTH OF THE GRIPPING SURFACES OF A GRAB BAR SHALL BE 1\4" TO lY2" NOMINAL, OR THE SHAPE SHALL PROVIDE AN EQUIVALENT GRIPPING SURFACE. IF GRAB BARS ARE MOUNTED ADJACENT TO A WALL, THE SPACE BETWEEN THE WALL AND THE GRAB BARS SHALL BE 1Y2". (1115B.7.1, FIGllB-1C) 7. NOTE THAT THE STRUCTURAL STRENGTH OF GRAB BARS, TUB AND SHOWER SEATS, FASTENERS, AND MOUNTING DEVICES SHALL MEET THE FOLLOWING SPECIFICATIONS: (1115B.7.2) A) BENDING STRESS IN A GRAB BAR OR SEAT INDUCED BY THE MAXIMUM BENDING MOMENT FROM THE APPLICATION OF A 250-LB POINT LOAD SHALL BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE STRESS FOR THE MATERIAL OF THE GRAB BAR OR SEAT. (1115B.7.2.1) B) SHEAR STRESS INDUCED IN A GRAB BAR OR SEAT BY THE APPLICATION OF A 250-LB POINT LOAD SHALL BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE SHEAR STRESS FOR THE MATERIAL OF THE GRAB BAR OR SEAT, AND ITS MOUNTING BRACKET OR OTHER SUPPORT IS CONSIDERED TO BE FULLY RESTRAINED, THEN DIRECT AND TORSIONAL SHEAR STRESSES SHALL NOT EXCEED THE ALLOWABLE SHEAR STRESS. (1115B.7.2.2) C) SHEAR FORCE INDUCED IN FASTENER OR MOUNTING DEVICES FROM THE APPLICATION OF A 250-LB POINT LOAD SHALL BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE LATERAL LOAD OF EITHER THE FASTENER OR MOUNTING DEVICE OR THE SUPPORTING STRUCTURE, WHICHEVER HAS THE SMALLER ALLOWABLE LOAD. (1115B.7.2.3)

E) GRAB BARS SHALL NOT ROTATE WITHIN THEIR FITTINGS. ( 1115B.7.2.5)

1. SHOW SUFFICIENT SPACE IN THE TOILET ROOM FOR A WHEELCHAIR MEASURING 30" WIDE BY 48" LONG TO ENTER THE ROOM AND PERMIT THE DOOR TO CLOSE. (1115.B.3.2.1)

S. SANITARY FACILITY FIXTURES & ACCESSORIES

2. SHOW A CLEAR FLOOR SPACE OF AT LEAST 60" IN DIAMETER, OR A T-SHAPED SPACE COMPLYING WITH FIGURES 11 B-12(A) AND (B). NO DOOR SHALL ENCROACH INTO THIS SPACE FOR MORE THAN 12". (11158.3.2.1, FIG llB-1A)

N. DRINKING FOUNTAINS 4. SHOW THAT THE CENTERLINE OF THE WATER CLOSET FIXTURE SHALL BE 18" FROM THE SIDE WALL OR PARTITION. ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WATER CLOSET, PROVIDE A MINIMUM 28" WIDE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE IF THE WATER CLOSET IS ADJACENT TO A FIXTURE OR A MINIMUM OF 32" WIDE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE IF THE WATER CLOSET IS ADJACENT TO A WALL OR PARTITION. THIS CLEAR SPACE SHALL EXTEND FROM THE REAR WALL TO THE FRONT OF THE WATER CLOSET. (1115B.4.1, FIG 11 B-1A)

3. LOCATE TOILET TISSUE DISPENSERS ON THE WALL WITHIN 12" FROM THE MONT EDGE OF THE TOILET SEAT. 4. NOTE THAT THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE COMPARTMENT DOOR SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH A LOOP OR U-SHAPED HANDLE IMMEDIATELY BELOW THE LATCH. THE LATCH SHALL BE FLIP-OVER STYLE, SLIDING, OR OTHER HARDWARE NOT REQUIRING THE USER TO GRASP OR TWIST (1115B.3. L4.5)

6. THE ENTRANCE DOOR SHALL CONTAIN A PRIVACY LATCH WHICH COMPLIES WITH SECTION 1117B.6. (1115B.3.2.7) 7. PROVIDE 18 INCHES CLEARANCE ON THE STRIKE SIDE OF THE DOOR. (1115B.3.1)

1. WHERE PROVIDED, SHOW THAT ACCESSIBLE KITCHEN SINKS AND NONCOMMERCIAL KITCHEN AND COUNTER BAR SINKS SHALL HAVE A CLEAR FLOOR SPACE AT LEAST 30" BY 48" COMPLYING WITH 1118B.4 AND PROVIDING A FORWARD APPROACH. THE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE SHALL BE ON AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE AND SHALL EXTEND A MAXIMUM OF 19" UNDERNEATH THE SINK. (1115B.4.7, FIG 11B-1D)

4. SHOW THE HEIGHT OF ACCESSIBLE WATER CLOSETS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 17" AND A MAXIMUM OF 19" MEASURED TO THE TOP OF A MAXIMUM 2" HIGH TOILET SEAT, EXCEPT THAT 3" SEATS SHALL BE PERMITTED ONLY IN ALTERATIONS WHERE THE EXISTING FIXTURE IS LESS THAN 15" HIGH. (1115B.4.4)

8. IN EXISTING BUILDINGS, A SINGLE ACCOMMODATION TOILET WATER CLOSET MAY BE LOCATED IN AN AREA WHICH PROVIDES A CLEAR SPACE OF 36''wIDE BY 48 INCHES LONG IN FRONT OF THE WATER CLOSET. (1115B.3.2)

2. SHOW THAT EACH ACCESSIBLE SINK SHALL BE A MAXIMUM OF 6-1/2" DEEP. SINKS SHALL BE MOUNTED WITH THE COUNTER OR RIM NO HIGHER THAN 34" ABOVE THE FINISH FLOOR. SHOW KNEE CLEARANCE THAT IS AT LEAST 27" HIGH, 30" WIDE, AND 19" DEEP UNDER SINKS. (1115B.4.7, ITEM 1)

5. S HOW A CLEAR FLOOR SPACE 30" BY 48" IN FRONT OF A LAVATORY TO ALLOW A FORWARD APPROACH. SUCH CLEAR FLOOR SPACE SHALL ADJOIN OR OVERLAP AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE AND SHALL EXTEND A MAXIMUM OF 19" INTO KNEE AND TOE SPACE UNDERNEATH THE LAVATORY. A DOOR SWING SHALL NOT ENCROACH INTO THIS CLEAR SPACE. (1115B.4.3.3, 1115B.3.2.2, FIG 11 B-1 B)

Q. MULTIPLE ACCOMMODATION SANITARY FACILITIES

3. NOTE THAT HOT WATER AND DRAIN PIPES EXPOSED UNDER SINKS SHALL BE INSULATED OR OTHERWISE CONFIGURED SO AS TO PROTECT AGAINST CONTACT. THERE SHALL BE NO SHARP OR ABRASIVE SURFACES UNDER SINKS. (1115B.4.7, ITEM 1)

7. NOTE THAT THE KNEE AND TOE CLEARANCE SPACE SHALL BE FREE OF EQUIPMENT OR OBSTRUCTIONS. (1115B.4.6.2) 8. SHOW A TOE CLEARANCE OF 9" IN HEIGHT ABOVE THE FLOOR, AND 17" IN DEPTH FROM THE FRONT EDGE OF THE FOUNTAIN. (1115B.4.6.2) 9. SHOW A CLEAR FLOOR SPACE AT LEAST 30" BY 48" SHALL BE PROVIDED IN FRONT OF THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN TO ALLOW FORWARD APPROACH. A SIDE APPROACH DRINKING FOUNTAIN IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. (1115B.4.6.2) 10. ALL DRINKING FOUNTAINS SHALL BE LOCATED COMPLETELY WITHIN ALCOVES OR OTHERWISE POSITIONED SO AS NOT TO ENCROACH INTO PEDESTRIAN WAYS. THE ALCOVE IN WHICH THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN IS LOCATED SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 32" IN WIDTH AND 18" IN DEPTH. PROTRUDING OBJECTS LOCATED IN ALCOVES OR ENCROACHING INTO PEDESTRIAN WAYS ARE PERMITTED TO PROJECT 4" INTO WALKS, HALLS, CORRIDORS, PASSAGEWAYS, OR AISLES. (1115B.4.6.3, FIG 11 B-3) 11. SHOW THAT THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN BUBBLER SHALL BE ACTIVATED BY A MANUALLY OPERATED SYSTEM NOT REQUIRING A FORCE GREATER THAN 5 LBF., THAT IS FRONT MOUNTED OR SIDE MOUNTED AND LOCATED WITHIN 6" OF THE FRONT EDGE OF THE FOUNTAIN OR PREFERABLY AN ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DEVICE. (1115B.4.6.4, FIG 11 B-3) 12. NOTE THAT THE BUBBLER OUTLET ORIFICE SHALL BE LOCATED WITHIN 6" OF THE FRONT OF THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN AND SHALL BE WITHIN 36" OF THE FLOOR. THE WATER STREAM FROM THE BUBBLER SHALL BE SUBSTANTIALLY PARALLEL TO THE FRONT EDGE OF THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN. (1115B.4.6.4, FIG 11 B-3) 13. NOTE THAT THE SPOUT SHALL PROVIDE A FLOW OF WATER AT LEAST 4" HIGH SO AS TO ALLOW THE INSERTION OF A CUP OR GLASS UNDER THE FLOW OF WATER. ON AN ACCESSIBLE DRINKING FOUNTAIN WITH A ROUND OR OVAL BOWL, THE SPOUT MUST BE POSITIONED SO THE FLOW OF WATER IS WITHIN 3" OF THE FRONT EDGE OF THE FOUNTAIN. (1115B.4.6.5) O. SANITARY FACILITIES (GENERAL) 1. BATHING AND TOILET FACILITIES THAT SERVE BUILDINGS, FACILITIES OR PORTIONS OF BUILDINGS OR FACILITIES THAT ARE REQUIRED BY THESE STANDARDS TO BE ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, SHALL BE ON AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE AND SHALL CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 1115B. (11158.1 )

1. SHOW A CLEAR SPACE MEASURED FROM THE FLOOR TO A HEIGHT OF 27" ABOVE THE FLOOR, WITHIN THE SANITARY FACILITY ROOM, OF SUFFICIENT SIZE TO INSCRIBE A CIRCLE WITH A DIAMETER NOT LESS THAN 60". DOORS SHALL NOT SWING INTO THE FLOOR SPACE REQUIRED FOR ANY FIXTURE. OTHER THAN THE DOOR TO THE ACCESSIBLE WATER CLOSET COMPARTMENT, A DOOR, IN ANY POSITION, MAY ENCROACH INTO THIS SPACE BY NOT MORE THAN 12". ( 1115B.3.1.1 & 1115B3.1.2, FIG 11 B-1 B) 2. A WATER CLOSET FIXTURE LOCATED IN A COMPARTMENT SHALL PROVIDE A MINIMUM 28" WIDE CLEAR SPACE FROM A FIXTURE OR A MINIMUM 32" WIDE CLEAR SPACE FROM A WALL AT ONE SIDE OF THE WATER CLOSET. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WATER CLOSET SHALL PROVIDE 18" FROM THE CENTERLINE OF THE WATER CLOSET TO THE WALL. GRAB BARS SHALL NOT PROJECT MORE THAN 3" INTO THESE CLEAR SPACES. THE STALL SHALL BE MINIMUM OF 60" WIDE. ( 1115B.4.1.1, FIG 11 B-1 B) 3. IF THE COMPARTMENT HAS A SIDE-OPENING DOOR, SHOW A MINIMUM 60" WIDE AND 60" DEEP CLEAR FLOOR SPACE IN FRONT OF THE WATER CLOSET. (1115B.3.1.4.2) 4. IF THE COMPARTMENT HAS AN END-OPENING DOOR, SHOW A MINIMUM 60" WIDE AND 48" DEEP CLEAR FLOOR SPACE IN FRONT OF THE WATER CLOSET. THE DOOR SHALL BE LOCATED IN FRONT OF THE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE AND DIAGONAL TO THE WATER CLOSET, WITH A MAXIMUM STILE WIDTH OF 4". (1115B.3.1.4.3, FIG llB-1A & B) 5. NOTE THAT THE WATER CLOSET COMPARTMENT SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH A DOOR THAT HAS AN AUTOMATIC-CLOSING DEVICE, AND SHALL HAVE A CLEAR, UNOBSTRUCTED OPENING WIDTH OF 32" WHEN LOCATED AT THE END AND 34" WHEN LOCATED AT THE SIDE WITH THE DOOR POSITIONED AT AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES FROM ITS CLOSED POSITION. (1115B.3.1.4.4, FIG llB-1A & B) 6. NOTE THAT THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE COMPARTMENT DOOR SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH A LOOP OR U-SHAPED HANDLE IMMEDIATELY BELOW THE LATCH. THE LATCH SHALL BE FLIP-OVER STYLE, SLIDING, OR OTHER HARDWARE NOT REQUIRING THE USER TO GRASP OR TWIST. (11158.3.1.4.5) 7. EXCEPT FOR DOOR OPENING WIDTHS AND DOOR SWINGS, SHOW A CLEAR UNOBSTRUCTED ACCESS NOT LESS THAN 44" SHALL BE PROVIDED TO WATER CLOSET COMPARTMENTS DESIGNED FOR USE BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. THE SPACE IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT OF A WATER CLOSET COMPARTMENT SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 48" AS MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES TO COMPARTMENT DOOR IN ITS CLOSED POSITION. (1115B.3.1.4.5, FIG 11 B-1 B) 8. WHERE SIX OR MORE COMPARTMENTS ARE PROVIDED WITHIN A MULTIPLE ACCOMMODATION TOILET ROOM, IN ADDITION TO THE STANDARD ACCESSIBLE STALL REQUIRED ABOVE, AT LEAST ONE ADDITIONAL AMBULATORY ACCESSIBLE COMPARTMENT SHALL BE 36" WIDE WITH AN OUTWARD SWINGING SELF-CLOSING DOOR AND PARALLEL GRAB BARS COMPLYING WITH SECTIONS 1115B.4.1, ITEM 3. (1115B.3.1.5)

9. AN ELECTRICAL PLAN CHECK AND FIRE DEPT. PLAN CHECK IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF VISUAL NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES.

2. MOUNT MIRROR WITH THE BOTTOM EDGE NO MORE THAN 40" FROM THE FLOOR.

3. DRINKING FOUNTAIN SHALL HAVE A CLEAR KNEE SPACE BETWEEN THE BOTTOM OF THE APRON AND THE FLOOR OR GROUND NOT LESS THAN 27" IN HEIGHT, 30" IN WIDTH, AND 8" IN DEPTH. THE DEPTH SHALL BE TAKEN FROM THE FRONT EDGE OF THE FOUNTAIN BACK TOWARD THE WALL OR MOUNTING POST. (1115B.4.6.2, FIG llB-3B)

6. SHOW THAT ALL LAVATORIES, WHEN LOCATED ADJACENT TO A SIDE WALL OR PARTITION, SHALL BE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF 18" TO THE CENTER LINE OF THE FIXTURE. (1115B.4.3.2, FIG llB-1A)

8. NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES INSTALLED IN CORRIDORS SHALL BE SPACED AS FOLLOWS: (NFPA 72 SEC4-H,I) a. TABLE 4-4.4.2.1 SHALL APPLY TO CORRIDORS NOT EXCEEDING 20' IN WIDTH. FOR CORRIDORS GREATER THAN 20' IN WIDTH, REFER TO FIGURE 4-4.4.LI AND TABLES 4-4.4.1.1 (c) AND (b). (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.4.2.1) b. VISUAL APPLIANCES SHALL BE RATED NOT LESS THAN 15 CANDELA. (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.4.2.1) c. THE VISIBLE APPLIANCES SHALL BE LOCATED NO MORE THAN 15' FROM THE END OF THE CORRIDOR WITH A SEPARATION NO GREATER THAN 100' BETWEEN APPLIANCES. (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.4.2.2) d. WHERE THERE IS AN INTERRUPTION OF THE CONCENTRATED VIEWING PATH, SUCH AS A FIRE DOOR, AN ELEVATION CHANGE, OR ANY OTHER OBSTRUCTION, THE AREA SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A SEPARATE CORRIDOR. (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.4.2.2)

1. WHERE TOWEL, SANITARY NAPKIN DISPENSER, WASTE RECEPTACLES, AND SIMILAR DISPENSING AND DISPOSAL FIXTURES ARE PROVIDED, AT LEAST ONE OF EACH TYPE IS TO BE LOCATED WITH ALL OPERABLE PARTS, INCLUDING COIN SLOTS, WITHIN 40" MOM THE FLOOR.

5. ACCESSIBLE STALL IN MULTI-ACCOMMODATION TOILET FACILITIES SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 60" WIDE PER (2007 CBC 1115B.3.1).

NOTE: MULTIPLE ACCOMMODATION SANITARY FACILITY IS DEFINED AS "A ROOM THAT HAS MORE THAN ONE SANITARY FIXTURE, IS INTENDED FOR THE USE OF MORE THAN ONE PERSON AT A TIME, AND WHICH USUALLY IS PROVIDED WITH PRIVACY COMPARTMENTS OR SCREENS SHIELDING SOME FIXTURES FROM VIEW". (202)

NOTE: WHERE A ROOM CONFIGURATION IS NOT SQUARE, THE SQUARE ROOM SIZE THAT ENTIRELY ENCOMPASSES THE ROOM OR SUBDIVIDES THE ROOM INTO MULTIPLE SQUARES SHALL BE USED.

8. NOTE THAT THE GRAB BAR AND ANY WALL OR OTHER SURFACE ADJACENT TO IT SHALL BE FREE OF ANY SHARP OR ABRASIVE ELEMENTS. EDGES SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM RADIUS OF 1/8". ( 1115B.7.3)

5. ALL DOORS, FIXTURES, AND CONTROLS SHALL BE ON AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE WITH A MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH OF 36" EXCEPT AT DOORS. IF A PERSON IN A WHEELCHAIR MUST MAKE A TURN AROUND AN OBSTRUCTION, THE MINIMUM CLEAR WIDTH OF THE ACCESSIBLE ROUTE SHALL BE AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 11 B-5E. (1115B.3.2.4)

2. WHERE MORE THAN ONE DRINKING FOUNTAIN IS PROVIDED ON A FLOOR, 50% OF THOSE PROVIDED SHALL COMPLY WITH ITEMS 1,2,4, AND 5 OF SECTION 1115B.4.6 AND SHALL BE ON AN ACCESSIBLE ROUTE. ALL DRINKING FOUNTAINS SHALL COMPLY WITH 1115B.4.6.3. (1115B.4.6.1)

a. A SINGLE VISIBLE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE. b. TWO VISIBLE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES LOCATED ON OPPOSITE WALLS. c. IN ROOMS 80' X 80' OR GREATER, WHERE THERE ARE MORE THAN TWO APPLIANCES IN ANY FIELD OF VIEW, THEY SHALL BE SPACED A MINIMUM OF 55' FROM EACH OTHER. d. MORE THAN TWO VISIBLE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES THAT FLASH IN SYNCHRONIZATION.

D) TENSILE FORCE INDUCED IN A FASTENER BY A DIRECT TENSION FORCE OF A250-LB POINT LOAD, PLUS THE MAXIMUM MOMENT FROM THE APPLICATION OF A 250-LB POINT LOAD, SHALL BE LESS THAN THE ALLOWABLE WITHDRAWAL LOAD BETWEEN THE FASTENER AND SUPPORTING STRUCTURE. (1115B.7.2.4)

NOTE: SINGLE ACCOMMODATION SANITARY FACILITY IS DEFINED AS "A ROOM THAT HAS NOT MORE THAN ONE OF EACH TYPE OF SANITARY FIXTURE, IS INTENDED FOR USE BY ONLY ONE PERSON AT A TIME, HAS NO PARTITION AROUND THE TOILET, AND HAS A DOOR THAT CAN BE LOCKED ON THE INSIDE BY THE ROOM OCCUPANT". (202)

3. DOORS SHALL NOT SWING INTO THE CLEAR FLOOR SPACE REQUIRED FOR ANY FIXTURE. (11158.3.2.2)

1. WHERE ONLY ONE DRINKING FOUNTAIN AREA IS PROVIDED ON A FLOOR, THERE SHALL BE A DRINKING FOUNTAIN WHICH IS ACCESSIBLE TO INDIVIDUALS WHO USE WHEELCHAIRS, AND ONE ACCESSIBLE TO THOSE WHO HAVE DIFFICULTY BENDING OR STOOPING. THIS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED BY THE USE OF "HI-LOW" FOUNTAINS, OR BY SUCH OTHER MEANS AS WOULD ACHIEVE THE REQUIRED ACCESSIBILITY FOR EACH GROUP ON EACH FLOOR. (1115B.4.6.1)

4. SHOW THAT THE SIDE GRAB BARS SHALL BE 42" LONG MINIMUM, LOCATED 12" MAXIMUM FROM THE REAR WALL, AND EXTEND 54" MINIMUM FROM THE REAR WALL. THE FRONT END SHALL BE POSITIONED 24" MINIMUM IN FRONT OF THE WATER CLOSET, AND SHALL BE SECURELY ATTACHED AND CENTERED 33" ABOVE AND PARALLEL TO THE FLOOR. (1115B.4.1.3.1, FIG llB lA & lB)

T. ACCESSIBLE SINKS

4. NOTE THAT FAUCET CONTROLS AND OPERATING MECHANISMS SHALL BE OPERABLE WITH ONE HAND AND SHALL NOT REQUIRE TIGHT GRASPING, PINCHING, OR TWISTING OF THE WRIST. THE FORCE REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE CONTROLS SHALL BE NOT GREATER THAN 5 LBF. LEVER-OPERATED, PUSH-TYPE, AND ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED MECHANISMS ARE EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE DESIGNS. (1115B.4.7, ITEM 1) 5. NOTE THAT SELF-CLOSING FAUCET CONTROL VALVES ARE ALLOWED IF THE FAUCET REMAINS OPEN FOR AT LEAST 10 SECONDS. (1115B.4.7, ITEM 1) U. NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED 1. APPROVED NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF NFPA 72 IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: (CH.35, SEC.4-4.5) A) RESTROOMS G) OCCUPATIONAL SHOPS B) CORRIDORS H) OCCUPIED ROOMS WHERE AMBIENT C) MUSIC PRACTICE ROOMS NOISE IMPAIRS HEARING OF THE FIRE D) BAND ROOMS ALARM. E) GYMNASIUMS I) LOBBIES F) MULTIPURPOSE ROOMS J) MEETING ROOMS ANY OTHER AREA FOR COMMON USE



2. AUDIBLE SIGNALS INTENDED FOR OPERATION IN THE PUBLIC MODE SHALL HAVE A SOUND LEVEL OF NOT LESS THAN 75 dBA AT 10' OR MORE THAN 110 dBA AT THE MINIMUM HEARING DISTANCE FROM THE AUDIBLE APPLIANCE. (CH 35 SEC 4-3.2.1) 3. AUDIBLE SIGNALS INTENDED FOR OPERATION IN THE PRIVATE MODE SHALL HAVE A SOUND LEVEL OF NOT LESS THAN 45 dBA AT 10' OR MORE THAN 110 dBA AT THE MINIMUM HEARING DISTANCE FROM THE AUDIBLE APPLIANCE. (CH 35 SEC 4-3.3.1) 4. THE FLASH RATE SHALL NOT EXCEED 2 FLASHES PER SECOND NOR BE LESS THAN 1 FLASH EVERY SECOND THROUGHOUT THE LISTED VOLTAGE RANGE OF THE APPLIANCE. (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.2) 5. THE LIGHT SOURCE COLOR SHALL BE CLEAR OR NOMINAL WHITE AND SHALL NOT EXCEED 1000 CANDELA (EFFECTIVE INTENSITY). (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.2.2) 6. WALL MOUNTED APPLIANCES SHALL BE MOUNTED SUCH THAT THE ENTIRE LENS IS NOT LESS THAN 80" AND NOT GREATER THAN 96" ABOVE THE FINISHED FLOOR. CEILING-MOUNTED APPLIANCES SHALL BE INSTALLED PER TABLE 4-4.4.LI. (NFPA 72 SEC 4-4.4)

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FIGUEROA MOUNTAIN BREWERY 131 - 137 Anacapa Road San Luis Obispo, California STANDARD DETAILS

STD. ABBREVIATIONS

Typ. Reinforcement Bar Bends ,3

"M

Depth Required Per Details

4'0" Splice for 2x4 5'4" Splice for 2x6

in .

Before Next Splice (30) 16d Nails for 2x4 (46) 16d Nails for 2x6

D

(30) 16d Nails for 2x4 (46) 16d Nails for 2x6

H

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d

6d

Typical 2x Top Plate Splice

D

4d, 2 1/2" Min.

12d for #6 and Larger 6d for #5 and Smaller

Depth Required Per Details d

d

D

STANDARD TIES & STIRRUPS Bar Size #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8

D

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1 1/2" 2" 2 1/2" 4 1/2" 5 1/4" 6"

2 1/2" 3" 3 3/4" 4 1/2" 5 1/4" 6"

12d

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OR

STANDARD END HOOKS Bar Size #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10

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2 1/4" 3" 3 3/4" 4 1/2" 5 1/4" 6" 9 1/2" 10 3/4"

3" 4" 5" 6" 7" 8" 11 3/4" 1'-1 1/4"

Strap across each side of each break MSTA24 Strap for 2x4 MSTA36 Strap for 2x6

(2) 16d @ 16" o.c.

OR

NOTE: All bar bend diameters & end lengths must conform to the CRSI Manual of Standard Practice

1/4" x3" SDS Screws 15 for 2x4 24 for 2x6

(2) 16d @ 16" o.c.

OR 5/8" dia. thru bolts w/ plate washers against wood surfaces 6 for 2x4 or 10 for 2x6

(2) 16d @ 16" o.c.

Studs & Plates Douglas Fir "Stud Grade" or Better

Typ. Wood Framed Opening

Header per plan

A-35 Req'd at Double King Stud Locations Top Plates Per Specifications Use Double King Stud at Spans > 8'-0" or as Noted Per Plan

Double 2x Sill, at Window Openings

All Nailing to Conform with CBC Table 2304.9.1, Typ.

Use Double Trimmer at Headers 6x10 or 4x12 and larger, or as Noted Per Plan

A-35 Req'd at Double King Stud Locations

Sill Plate Per Specifications Recommended Non-Load Bearing Interior Wall Headers* Span < 4'-0" < 6'-0" < 8'-0" > 8'-0"

4" Wall 6" Wall Dbl. 2x4 Dbl. 2x6 4x4 4x6 4x6 6x6 Span in ft. equals beam depth in inches

* All Lumber 4x6, 6x6 and Smaller to be DF #2 UNO All Lumber 4x8, 6x8 and Larger to be DF #1 UNO

AB ABV ADJ ALT APPROX ARCH AVG BLDG BLK(G) BM BN BOT BRG BTWN BW CANT CJ CJP CJP CL CLG CLR CMU COL COM CONC CONN CONST CONT CTR CU D DBL DEG DEMO DEP DF DIA (M) DIM DIST DJ DL DWG (E) EA EL ELEV EQ EW EXP EXT FDN FF FJ FLR(G) FOC FOM FOS FT FTG GA GALV GC GLB GYP HDR HOR (IZ) IN INT INV (D) JST K KLF KSF KSI LB (S) LF LIN LL LTWT MAS MAX MB MF MFR MIN (N) N/A NAT ('L) NTS OC OD OMRF OMRF OPP OSB PAR PCF PEN PERF PERIM PERP PL PLF PLY (WD) PROJ PROP PSF PSI PT R (AD) RDWD REBAR REC ('D) RECT REF REINF REQ ('D) RET REV RJ RR SIM SMRF SMRF SPEC (S) STD (S) STL STR (UCT) SW SYM T&B T&G TEMP TH (K) THRU TOB TOC TOG TOP TOS TOW TYP UNO VERT VIF W W/ WF W/IN W/O WT WWF YD @ # / +/-

Anchor Bolt Above Adjacent, Adjustable Alternate Approximate Architect (ural) Average Building Block (ing) Beam Boundary Nailing Bottom Bearing Between Both Ways Cantilever (ed) Ceiling Joist (s) Complete Joint Penetration Center Line Ceiling Clear (ance) Concrete Masonry Unit Column Common Concrete Connect (ion) Construction Continuous, Continue Center Cubic Penny Double Degree Demolish, Demolition Depressed Douglas Fir Diameter Dimension (s) Distance Deck Joist (s) Dead Load Drawing Existing Each Elevation (grade) Elevator, Elevation Equal Each Way Expand, Expansion Exterior Foundation Finished Floor Floor Joist (s) Floor (ing) Face Of Concrete Face Of Masonry Face Of Studs Foot, Feet Footing Gage, Gauge Galvanized General Contractor Glue Laminated Beam Gypsum Header Horizontal Inch (es) Interior Invert (ed) Joist Kip (1000 Pounds) Kips Per Linear Foot Kips Per Square Foot Kips Per Square Inch Pound (s) Linear (l) Foot Linear, Lineal Live Load Lightweight Masonry Maximum Machine Bolt Moment Frame Manufacture (r) Minimum, Minute (s) New Not Applicable Natural, National Not To Scale On Center (s) Outside Diameter Ordinary Moment Resisting Frame Opposite Oriented Strand Board Parallel Pounds Per Cubic Foot Penetrate (ion) Perforate (d), (tion) Perimeter Perpendicular Plate, Property Line Pounds Per Linear Foot Plywood Project Property Pounds Per Square Foot Pounds Per Square Inch Pressure Treated, Point Radius Redwood Reinforcing Bar (s) Receive (d) Rectangular Reference Reinforce (d), (ing), (ment) Require (d), (ment) Retain (ing) Revision (s), Revised Roof Joist (s) Roof Rafter (s) Similar Special Moment Resisting Frame Specification (s) Standard (s) Steel Structural, Structure Shearwall Symmetry (ical), Symbol Top And Bottom Tongue And Groove Temporary, Tempered Thick, Thickness Through Top Of Beam Top Of Concrete Top Of Grade Top Of Plate Top Of Slab Top Of Wall Typical Unless Noted Otherwise Vertical Verify In Field Width, Wide, Water With Wide Flange Within Without Weight Welded Wire Fabric Yard At Angle Delta Number / Pound Per Plus Or Minus

PROJ ECT INFORMATION Client: Jim & Jamie Dietenhofer 131 - 137 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Consultants: ARCHITECT AB Design Studio, Inc. 27 East Cota St., Suite 503 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805) 963-2100 SOILS/GEO. ENGINEER GeoSolutions, Inc. 220 High Street San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 (805) 543-8539

STRUCTURAL DESIGN PARAMETERS GENERAL PARAMETERS 2010 CBC *

Building Code Ceiling Loads Dead Loads (DL) Live Loads (LL)

12 psf 20 psf (per Soils Report)

SOILS VALUES Bearing Pressure

1000 psf

SEISMIC DESIGN BASIS Seismic Design Category Site Class Seismic Factors SS / S1 SDS / SD1

D D 2.093 / 0.795 1.395 / 0.795 II

Occupancy Category Importance Factor

1.00

Design Base Shear (ASD) ap= 1.0

Rp= 2.5

Analysis Procedure:

Fp= 0.293*Wp

Equiv. Lateral Force (ASCE7-05 T. 12.6-1)

* The 2010 California Building Code (CBC), based on the 2009

International Building Code (IBC), is the governing code in the State of California.

SHEET INDEX S-1.1

Structural Title Sheet

S-1.2

Structural Specifications

S-2

Foundation Plan & Details

NTS

STRUCTURAL TITLE SHEET

S-1.1


NOTES 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

The following notes, details, schedules & specifications shall apply to all phases of this project unless specifically noted otherwise. Notes and details on the structural plans shall take precedence over general notes and typical details. Where no details are given, construction shall be as shown for similar work. All drawings are considered to be part of the contract documents. The Contractor shall be responsible for the review and coordination of all drawings and specifications prior to the start of construction. Any discrepancies shall be brought to the attention of the Engineer prior to the start of construction so that a clarification can be issued. Any work performed in conflict with the contract documents or any applicable code requirements shall be corrected by the Contractor at no expense to the Owner or Engineer. All information on existing conditions shown on the structural plans are based on best present knowledge available, but without guarantee of accuracy. The Contractor shall be responsible for the verifications of all dimension and conditions at the site. Any discrepancies between actual site conditions and information shown on the drawings or in the specifications shall be brought to the attention of the Engineer prior to the start of construction. Refer to the Architectural plans for the following: (a) Dimensions (b) Size and location of all interior and exterior wall locations. (c) Size and location of all floor, roof and wall openings (d) Size and location of all drains, slopes, depressions, steps, etc. (e) Specification of all finishes & waterproofing (f) All other non-structural elements Refer to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing plans for the following: (a) Size and location of all equipment (b) Pipe runs, sleeves, hangers and trenches (c) All other mechanical, electrical or plumbing related elements

6.

Do not scale structural plans. Contractor shall use all written dimensions on Architectural plans.

7.

Construction materials shall be uniformly spread out if placed on floor or roof so as to not overload the framing. Load shall not exceed the design live load per square foot. It is the Contractor's responsibility to provide adequate shoring and/or bracing as required.

8.

Specifications and detailing of all waterproofing and drainage items, while sometimes shown on the structural plans for general information purposes only, are solely the design responsibility of others.

9.

The Engineer will not be responsible for and will not have control or charge of construction means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures, or for safety precautions and programs in connection with the construction delineated by these plans. It should be understood that the Contractor or his/her agent(s) shall supervise and direct all work and shall be solely and completely responsible for all construction means, methods, techniques, sequences, procedures and conditions on the job site, including safety of all persons and property during the entire period of construction. Periodic observations by the Engineer, his staff or representatives are not intended to include verification of dimensions or review the adequacy of the Contractor's safety measures on or near the construction site.

10. Modifications of the plans, notes, details and specifications shall not be permitted without prior approval from the Engineer. 11. All workmanship shall conform to the best practice prevailing in the various trades performing the work. The Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating the work of all trades. 12. It is the Contractor's responsibility to ensure that only approved structural plans are used during the course of construction. The use of unapproved documents shall be at the contractor's own risk. Corrections of all work based on such documents shall be performed at the Contractor's expense. 13. These plans and specifications represent the structural design only. No information nor warranty is provided for the work of any other Consultant (Architect, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.). This includes, but is not limited to, waterproofing, drainage, ventilation, accessibility, or dimensions.

FOUNDATIONS 1. Refer to Structural Design Parameters section on sheet S-1.1 for all soil design values used in calculations. 2. Soils values per geologic/geotechnical report (or "soils report") by GeoSolutions, Inc., Project No. SB00310-1, dated October 26, 2012. This report and all recommendations contained therein are to be considered a part of these plans. 3. It is the Contractor's responsibility to obtain a copy of the soils report from the Owner. A copy of the soils report shall be on the job site during the course of construction.

CONCRETE

TIMBER / LUMBER

1. All concrete shall have: (a) an ultimate compressive strength (f'c) of 2500 psi at 28 days (UNO). (b) a maximum slump of 5" at point of placement. (c) a W/C ratio of 0.55 or less for all slabs, walls, and columns, and 0.60 or less for all foundations. (d) a normal dry-weight density (UNO).

1. All structural lumber shall be Douglas Fir-Larch, S4S and shall conform to CBC Section 2303.1.1.

2. Special inspection is NOT required, except where specified herein, on the structural plans, or by the Building Department. As a minimum, special inspection is always required on: (a) structural slabs, flat plates (b) walls, columns, beams (c) piles, caissons (d) welding of reinforcement, installation of mechanical bar splice devices, epoxy applications

12. The sides and bottoms of dry excavations must be moistened just prior to placing concrete; Conversely, de-water footings as required to remove standing water and to maintain optimum working conditions. 13. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for all excavation procedures including lagging, shoring, and the protection of adjacent property, structures, streets, and utilities in accordance with all federal, state and local safety ordinances. The Contractor shall provide for the design and installation of all cribbing, bracing and shoring required.

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3. All lumber in contact with concrete or masonry shall be Redwood or pressure treated Douglas Fir. Whenever it is necessary to cut, notch, bore or splice pressure treated material, all newly cut surfaces shall be thoroughly painted with the same preservative. 4. Maximum moisture content for all structural members shall not exceed 19%.

The Building Department reserves the right to waive or require the special inspection requirements [CBC 1704.1 and 1704.4] . Nothing in these plans waives the Building Department right to require special inspection on at any point and on any material.

5. All plywood sheathing shall be CDX grade (or better) Douglas Fir with exterior glue. All sheathing shall conform to CBC Standard 23-2 and grade-marked by the American Plywood Association (APA) . Panel index to be 40/20 for floors and 24/0 for roofs unless specifically noted otherwise on the plans and details.

3. Testing of materials used in concrete construction must be performed as noted on structural plans or at the request of the Building Department to determine if materials are quality specified. Tests of materials and of concrete shall be made by an approved agency and at the expense of the contractor; such tests shall be made in accordance with the standards listed in CBC Table 1704.4. When testing of concrete is required, four (4) test cylinders shall be taken from each 150 yards, or fraction thereof, poured in any one day. One (1) cylinder shall be tested at seven (7) days; two (2) at 28 days; one (1) shall be held in reserve. If Contractor elects to have additional tests performed for "early-break" results, additional test cylinders must be taken. At no time shall the Contractor instruct the testing agency to perform tests on a schedule different than above without the prior authorization of the Engineer. Contractor is responsible for complying with applicable testing requirements of the Building Department. Copies of all test reports shall be provided to Engineer and Building Department for review in a timely manner. 4. The Contractor shall remove and replace any concrete which fails to attain specified 28 day compressive strength if so directed by the Engineer. Any defects in the hardened concrete shall be repaired to the satisfaction of the Engineer and/or Architect or the hardened concrete shall be replaced at the Contractor's expense. 5. All concrete work shall conform with CBC Chapter 19. 6. All cement shall be Portland Cement Type I or II and shall conform to ASTM C 150. 7. All aggregates shall conform to ASTM C33. Maximum aggregate sizes: (a) Footings: i. Maximum 1-1/2" ii. Minimum 1" (b) All other work: i. Maximum 1" ii. Minimum 3/4" 8. Where not specifically detailed, the minimum concrete cover on reinforcing steel shall be: (a) Permanently exposed to earth or weather i. Cast against earth: 3" ii. Cast against forms: 2" (b) Not exposed to earth or weather i. Slabs, walls, joists: 3/4" ii. Beams, girders, columns: 1-1/2" 9. Minimum lap splice length for all reinforcing steel shall be 40 bar diameter unless specifically noted otherwise on the structural plans and/or details. All lap splices to be staggered. 10.All anchor bolts used in concrete construction shall have a minimum total embedment as follows (UNO) : (a) 5/8" dia.: 7" (b) 3/4" dia.: 8" (c) 7/8" dia.: 9" (d) 1" dia.: 10" Overall length of anchor bolts shall be coordinated with sill plate requirements as indicated elsewhere in these specifications. All anchor bolts in contact with preservative-treated wood shall be hot dipped zinc galvanized or stainless steel.

Unless specifically detailed or otherwise noted, construction and control joints shall be provided in all concrete slabs-on-grade. Joints shall be located such that the area does not exceed 400 sq. feet.

8. Excavate all foundations to required depths into compacted fill or natural soil (as per plans and details) and as verified by the building official and/or soils engineer. 13.The Architect, Engineer and appropriate inspectors shall be notified in a timely manner for a reinforcement inspection prior to the placement of any concrete. 9. All foundations shall be inspected and approved by the appropriate building official and/or a representative of the soils engineer prior to forming and placement of reinforcing or concrete. 14.The Contractor shall obtain approval from the Architect and the Engineer prior to placing sleeves, pipes, ducts, chases, coring and opening on or through structural concrete beams, walls, floors, and roof slabs unless 10. Foundations shall not be poured until all required reinforcing steel, framing hardware, sleeves, inserts, conduits, specifically detailed or noted on the plans. All piles or conduits passing through concrete members shall be sleeved pipes, etc. and formwork is properly placed and inspected by the appropriate building official/inspector(s) . with standard steel pipe sections. 11. It is the responsibility of the contractor in charge of framing to properly position all holdown bolts, anchor bolts, column bases, and all other cast-in-place hardware. Refer to typical details. All hardware to be secured prior to foundation inspections.

It is recommended (but not required) that all exposed members be Select Structural or better and center due to visual characteristics.

When required or specified, special inspection services shall conform to CBC Chapter 17 and shall be provided by an ICC certified inspector or Building Department approved engineer.

4. Unexpected Soil Conditions: Allowable values and subsequent foundation designs are based on soil conditions which are shown by test borings. Actual soil conditions which deviate appreciably from that shown in the test borings shall be reported to the Engineer immediately. 11.All reinforcing steel, anchor bolts, dowels, inserts, and any other hardware to be cast in concrete shall be well secured in position prior to foundation inspection. All hardware to be installed in accordance with respective 5. All compaction, fill, backfilling and site preparation shall be performed in accordance with project soils report or CBC manufacturer's specifications. Refer to architectural and structural plans for locations of embedded items. Chapter 18 & Appendix J. All such work shall be performed under the supervision of the project soils engineer. 12.Locations of all construction joints, other than specified on the structural plans, shall be approved by the Architect 6. Excavate to required depths and dimensions (as indicated in the drawings), cut square and smooth with firm level and Engineer prior to forming. Construction joints shall be thoroughly air and water cleaned and heavily roughened bottoms. Care shall be taken not to over-excavate foundation at lower elevation and prevent disturbance of soils so as to expose coarse aggregates. All surfaces to receive fresh concrete shall be maintained continuously wet at around high elevation. least three (3) hours in advance of concrete placement. 7. Foundations shall be poured in neat excavations.

2. The minimum lumber grade of each member shall be as follows (unless specifically noted otherwise on plans and details) : (a) 2x studs, blocking, plates: Stud (b) 2x joists #2 or better (c) 4x4 beams or posts #2 or better (d) 4x6 or larger beams or posts #1 or better

15.The Contractor is responsible for design, installation, maintenance and removal of all formwork. Forms shall be properly constructed, sufficiently tight to prevent leakage, sufficiently strong, and braced to maintain their shape and alignment until no longer needed for concrete support. Joints in formwork shall be tightly fitted and blocked, and shall produce a finished concrete surface that is true and free from blemishes. Forms for exposed concrete shall be pre-approved by the Architect to ensure conformance with design intent. 16.Remove form work in accordance with the following schedule: (a) Forms at slab edge: 1 day (b) Side forms at footings: 2 days (c) All other vertical surfaces: 7 days (d) Beams, columns, girders: 15 days (e) Elevated slabs: 28 days Engineer reserves the right to modify removal schedule above based on field observations, concrete conditions, and/or concrete test results. 17.All concrete (except slabs-on-grade 6" or less) shall be mechanically vibrated as it is placed. Vibrator to be operated by experienced personnel. The vibrator shall be used to consolidate the concrete. The vibrator shall not be used to convey concrete, nor shall it be placed on reinforcing and/or forms. 18.Concrete shall be maintained in a moist condition for a minimum of five (5) days after placement. 19.Concrete shall not be permitted to free fall more than six (6) feet. For heights greater than six (6) feet, use tremie, pump or other method consistent with applicable standards. 20.When specified ultimate compressive strength is greater than 2500 psi, Contractor shall submit mix designs to Architect and Engineer for approval seven (7) days prior to placement. Mix designs shall be prepared by an approved testing laboratory. Sufficient data must be provided for all admixtures. 21.Refer to Architectural plans for locations of all dimensions, slab depressions, slopes, drains, curbs, and control joints.

REINFORCEMENT 1. Reinforcing steel shall be to deformed, clean, free of rust, grease or any other material ikely to impair concrete bond. 2. All bars shall conform to ASTM A615, Grade 60 minimum (UNO on structural plans), be Grade 40. All weld wire fabric (WWF) shall conform to ASTM A185.

except that #3 & #4 bars may

3. Reinforcing steel that is to be welded shall conform to ASTM A706. All welding of reinforcement shall be subject to special inspection. 4. Contractor shall take necessary steps (standard ties, anchorage devices, etc.) to secure all reinforcing steel in their true position and prevent displacement during concrete placement. 5. Fabrication, placement and installation of reinforcing steel shall conform to: (a) Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) Manual of Standard Practice (b) CBC Section 1907. 6. Shop drawings for fabrication of reinforcing steel shall be approved by the Contractor and submitted to the Architect and Engineer for review and approval prior to fabrication. Shop drawings are not required for slabs-on-grade or foundations unless specifically noted on the structural plans. 7. Heating of reinforcing steel to aid in bending and shaping of bars is not permitted. All bends in reinforcing steel are to be made cold. All bend radii shall conform to CRSI Manual of Standard Practice. 8. Refer to Concrete and Masonry notes for specific minimum splice length and splice staggering requirements. Lap welded wire fabric (WWF) reinforcement two (2) modules minimum (UNO). All splices are to be staggered.

FASTENERS 1. Nails: (a) shall be with "common" nails unless noted otherwise. (b) shall not be driven closer than ½ their length nor closer than ¼ of their length to the edge or end of a member, except for sheathing. (c) shall be installed in pre-drilled lead holes if necessary to avoid splitting. (d) in contact with preservative-treated wood shall be hot dipped zinc galvanized or stainless steel. (e) All nailing conform to 2010 CBC Table 2304.9.1. 2. Lag screws: (a) shall be installed into pre-drilled lead holes. Lubricant (or soap) shall be used to facilitate installation and prevent damage to the screws. (b) in contact with preservative-treated wood shall be hot dipped zinc galvanized or stainless steel. 3. Bolts: (a) (b) (c) (d)

shall conform to ASTM A307 unless specifically noted otherwise on plans and details. shall be installed in pre-drilled holes a maximum of 1/16" larger than the specified bolt diameter. when installed against wood surfaces, shall have standard washers under the heads and nuts. in contact with preservative-treated wood shall be hot dipped zinc galvanized or stainless steel.

4. Anchor Bolts: (a) shall be 5/8" diameter with 3x3x0.229" steel plate washers at shearwalls. (b) shall be 5/8" diameter with 2x2x3/16" steel plate washers at non-shearwalls. (c) shall have 7" minimum embedment. (Contractor to coordinate length of bolts with sill plate thicknesses) (d) shall conform to ASTM A307 (e) shall be hot dipped zinc galvanized or stainless steel (f) shall not be spaced greater than 72" o.c. Refer to shearwall schedule for specific anchor bolt spacing requirements. (g) shall be placed a maximum of 12" from wall corners, wall ends, and sill plate splices (but not less than 7 diameters) , and a minimum of two bolts per piece of sill plate is required. (h) shall be secured in place prior to foundation inspection

ROUGH CARPENTRY 1. Refer to 2010 CBC Table 2304.9.1. for all minimum nailing requirements. 2. Refer to individual sections for applicable material specifications. 3. Fabricate, size, install, connect, fasten, bore, notch, and cut wood and plywood with joints true, tight, and well-nailed, screwed or bolted as required, all members to have solid bearing without being shimmed, unless noted otherwise. Set horizontal members subject to bending with the crown up. Install framing plumb, square, true and cut for full bearing. Splices are not permitted between bearings. Use full lengths unless otherwise specified. 4. Metal framing angles, anchor, clips, straps, ties, holdowns, etc. shall be manufactured by Simpson Strong-Tie Co. No substitutions shall be permitted without prior approval of the Engineer. 5. All walls are to have continuous double 2x top plates spliced as followings unless specifically noted otherwise on the plans and details. 6. Wall Studs: (a) Unless specifically noted on the plan and details, use the following guidelines for wall framing: i. Use 2x4 studs at 16" o.c. for walls less than 9'-0" tall. ii. Walls 9'-0" to 16'-0" tall shall be constructed of 2x6 studs at 16" o.c. iii. Request specifically engineered wall details for walls greater that 16'-0" tall. 7. Blocking: (a) Provide min. one row of nominal 2" thick blocking of same width as stud, fitted snugly and spiked into studs at mid-height of partitions or walls over eight feet high. (b) All cripple walls (or "pony walls") less than 14" in height shall be solid blocking. (c) Refer to shearwall section for additional blocking requirements. 8. Notching: (a) Is not permitted of any structural member without prior approval (b) In exterior and bearing walls, notches shall not exceed 25% of the stud depth. (c) Non-bearing partition walls, notches shall not exceed 40% of the stud depth. (d) Successive notches in the same member shall be spaced a minimum of 18" apart. 9. Boring: (a) (b) (c) (d)

Is not permitted of any structural member without prior approval In exterior and bearing walls, holes shall not exceed 40% of the stud depth. Non-bearing partition walls, shall may be drilled not greater than 60% of the stud depth. Successive holes in the same member shall be spaced a minimum of 18" apart.

10. Bearing: (a) Provide a minimum of 1½" of bearing for all 2x joists and all 4x10 / 6x8 headers & smaller. (b) Provide a minimum of 3" of bearing for all beams and headers 4x12 / 6x10 & larger, unless noted otherwise on plans. (c) Members bearing on prefabricated hangers are to have full bearing and nailing per manufacturer's specifications. 11. Posts: (a) Posts inside walls shall bear on sill plates and shall be continuous between top and bottom plates, unless specifically noted otherwise. (b) Provide posts under all beams, girders or double joists equal to the width of the supported member. (c) Posts on upper levels are to be stacked on posts of equal size at levels below, unless a larger post is specified on the plans. (d) Vertical blocking ("squash blocks") shall be used to fully transfer the post area through floors to foundation. Vertical blocking shall be equal to floor thickness plus 1/16". (e) Headers framing into continuous posts without trimmer studs shall be supported in Simpson HUC hangers unless noted otherwise on the plans. (f) Posts when isolated, shall be seated in Simpson post or column bases, unless noted otherwise on the plans 12. Roof Framing: (a) Provide wood joists, as specified, laid with the crown up and spaced as indicated. (b) Provide a minimum of 1½" end bearing unless otherwise shown. (c) Provide full depth solid 2x blocking or cross-bridging between the joists at 8'-0" o.c. max. (d) Provide all cricket framing required to achieve positive drainage per Architecturals. (e) Install plywood panels with the face grain across the framing and close joints and nail at each support. Fully nail with common nails per the plans. (f) Provide Simpson "PSCL" clips at all plywood joints perpendicular to framing. Provide clips midway between framing members at the unsupported edges of plywood when members are spaced at 24" o.c. or greater. If clips are not used, provide solid blocking for joints perpendicular to framing. 13. Floor Framing: (a) Provide wood joists, as specified, laid with the crown up and spaced as indicated. (b) Provide a minimum of 1½" end bearing unless otherwise shown. (c) Provide full depth solid 2x blocking or cross-bridging between the joists at 8'-0" o.c. max. For floors framed with I joists, refer to the manufacturer's specifications for blocking requirements. (d) Provide full depth solid 2x blocking between the joists under all walls and partitions where the wall or partition is perpendicular to the floor framing (including floors framed with I joists) (e) Install 3/4" plywood sheathing with the face grain across supports, end supports staggered and the edges of sheets centered over supports. If T&G plywood is not used, provide blocking at all plywood edges. Glue to joists and fully nail with common nails per the plans. 14. Shearwalls: (a) Refer to plans for all shearwall locations, length type and nailing. (b) Refer to Shearwall Schedule on title sheet for additional information. (c) Shearwall lengths specified on plans are minimum required. (d) Shearwalls to be nailed with common nails. All nails to have minimum 3/8" edge distance to panel or framing member. (e) If 3x framing is required, stagger edge nailing. 3x framing is required at: i. all panel joints ii. all sill plates on concrete or masonry iii. all sill plates at double-sided shearwalls (f) OSB may be used in lieu of plywood.

NTS

STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATIONS

S-1.2


Tank per Plan & Schedule

Install (4) Simpson Strong-Bolt 2 Anchors Ea. Tank

Provide #3 Bars Ea. Way @ 18" o.c. @ Top

he

Install #3 Dowels @ 18" o.c. w/ SET XP Epoxy Post per Arch, 6x6 Min.

1/2"Ă&#x2DC; Anchor Bolt Installed w/ Simpson SET XP Epoxy per Mfr. Specs.

(E) Slab to Remain

X

3" Clr.

(E) Slab to Remain

D

Simpson AB Post Base

Per Plan Provide #4 Bars Ea. Way @ 12" o.c. 1 -

Fermenter

1 -

5

1

TANK FOUNDATION

2'-6"

Brite Tanks

POST TO SLAB CONNECTION

5'-0"

1/2" Sheathing Nailed w/ 8d Commons @ 6:6:12

RBC Every Other Bay

2'-3"

Kettle

2x6 Roof Rafters @ 24" o.c.

1 -

Roof Boundary Nailing 4'-0"

Finish Eave and Fascia per Arch.

5'-0" Sq.

Combitank 1 -

5'-0" Sq.

6

TRANSFER TO RAFTERS

2

NOT USED

3

NOT USED

Boundary Nailing, Typ. 2x6 Roof Rafters @ 24" o.c. w/ Simpson RR Hangers

(E) CMU Wall to Remain

2x8 Ledger w/ (2) 16d Common Ea. Stud

TANK FOUNDATION PLAN

2x8 Ledger w/ (2) 4.5" SDS Screws Ea. Stud

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

1/2" Sheathing Nailed w/ 8d Commons @ 6:6:12, Typ. 2x4 Studs @ 16" o.c.

2x8 Ceiling Jst @ 16" o.c. w/ LU Hangers 2x8 P.T. Ledger w/ 5/8"x6" Titen HD @ 16" o.c.

ANCHOR SCHEDULE Tank Type

D

X

*he

7BBL Combitank

12"

11-1/2"

4-1/2"

7BBL Kettle

12"

11-1/2"

4-1/2"

15BBL Fermenter

12"

13"

4-1/2"

15BBL Brite Tank

18"

7"

7-1/2"

-

-

-

-

7

SHED ROOF AND CEILING SECTION

*Actual Drill Depth May be Larger. See Manufacturer Installation Instructions

GENERAL FOUNDATION NOTES Please see Soils Report for additional specifications and recommendations. It is the contractor's responsibility to obtain a copy of the soils report from the owner or owners representative.

(N) Foundation per Details

Prior to the contractor requesting a Building Department foundation inspection, the Soils Engineer shall advise the building inspector in writing that:

(E) Foundation to Remain

2x4 Studs @ 16" o.c.

a) Building pad was prepared in accordance with soils report

Wood Frame Wall Above

b) Utility trenches have been properly backfilled and compacted, and c) Foundation excavations, the soil's expansive characteristics and bearing capacity conform to the soils report.

(E) Masonry Wall Above

See General Notes & Specifications for additional requirements and material specifications.

Ext.: 115

1/2" Sheathing Nailed w/ 8d Commons @ 6:6:12

1/4"=1'-0"

P.T. 2x Sill

Shot Pins @ 32" o.c.

FOUNDATION PLAN

(E) Slab to Remain

(N) Slab-on-Grade per Details

All dimensions per Architectural plans Contractor to VERIFY all dimensions w/ Architectural plans PRIOR to commencement of construction.

8

PARTITION WALL TO (E) SLAB

4

NOT USED

S-2


SYMBOLS,GENERAL NOTES SINGLE LINE DIAGRAMS


(N) COLD STORAGE 100 (E) RESTROOM 106

N.I.S. UNDER SEPARATE PERMIT BLD 2012-00960

(N) BAR 101

(E) RESTROOM 105

(N) TASTING AREA 102 (N) MICRO BREWERY 104

(N) STORAGE 103

E2.01 POWER PLAN

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN

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

1

N


LIGHTING MANDATORY MEASURES: NONRESIDENTIAL

LTG-MM

Date:

Project Name:

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

LTG-1C

(Page 1 of 4)

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

Date:

Project Name:

Indoor Lighting Measures: S131(d): Shut-off Controls S For every floor, all interior lighting systems shall be equipped with a separate automatic control to shut off the lighting. This automatic control shall meet the requirements of Section 119 and may be an occupancy sensor, automatic time switch, or other 1. device capable of automatically shutting of the lighting. Override for Building Lighting Shut-off: The automatic building shut-off system is provided with a manual, accessible override 2. switch in sight of the lights. The area of overrideis not to exceed 5,000 square feet. Automatic Control Devices Certified: All automatic control devices specified are certified, all alternate equipment shall be certified S119(h): S and installed as directed by the manufacturer. Fluorescent Ballast and Luminaires Certified: All fluorescent fixtures specified for the project are certified and listed in the S111: S Directory. All installed fixtures shall be certified. Tandem Wiring for One and Three Lamp Fluorescent Fixtures: All one and three lamp fluorescent fixtures are tandem wired with S132: two lamp ballasts where required by Standards Section 132; or all one and three lamp fluorescent fixtures are specified with S electronic high-frequency ballasts and are exempt from tandem wiring requirements. Individual Room/Area Controls: Each room and area in this building is equipped with a separate switch or occupancy sensor S131(a): S device for each area with floor-to-ceiling walls. Uniform Reduction for Individual Rooms: All rooms and areas greater than 100 square feet and more than 0.8 watts per square S131(b): S foot of lighting load shall be controlledwith bi-level switching for uniform reduction of lighting within the room. Daylight Area Control: All rooms with windows and skylights that are greater than 100 square feet and that allow for the effective use of daylight in the area shall have 50% of the lamps in each daylit area controlled by a separate switch; or the effective use of S131(c): S daylight cannot be accomplished because the windows are continuously shaded by a building on the adjacent lot. Diagram of shading during different times of the year is uncluded on plans. S131(c): Display Lighting: Display lighting shall be separately switched on circuits that are 20 amps or less 6. S

Outdoor Lighting Measures: S130(c)1: S

Climate Zone:

High-Rise Residential

Hotel/Motel

Relocatable Public Schools

Conditioned Spaces

Unconditioned Spaces

Phase of Construction:

New Construction

Addition

Alteration

Method of Compliance:

Complete Building

Area Category

Tailored

LTG-1C

(Page 4 of 4) Date:

Conditioned and Unconditioned space Lighting must not be combined for compliance Indoor Lighting Power for Conditioned Spaces Indoor Lighting Power for Unconditioned Spaces

2

Watts

Field Inspector

Installation Certificate, LTG-1-INST (Retain a copy and verify form is completed and signed.)

Field Inspector

MANDATORY LIGHTING CONTROLS - FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST CONDITIONED SPACE

Watts

Installed Lighting ( from Unconditioned LTG-1C Page 2 )

Installed Lighting ( from Conditioned LTG-1C Page 2 )

2

Field Inspector

UNCONDITIONED SPACE

Lighting Control Credit Conditioned Spaces ( from LTG-2C ) Adjusted Installed Lighting Power

Lighting Control Credit Unconditioned Spaces ( from LTG-2C ) Adjusted Installed Lighting Power

_ =

_ Allowed Complies if Installed <

Documentation Author's Declaration Statement

Type / Description

I certify that this Certificate of Compliance documentation is accurate and complete.

Number of Units

Location in Building

Pass

Fail

_ =

Complies if Installed < Allowed Allowed Lighting Power Unconditioned Spaces ( from LTG-3C )

Allowed Lighting Power Conditioned Spaces ( from LTG-3C ) Required Acceptance Tests

Signature:

Luminaire Schedule (Type, Lamps, Ballasts)

Company:

Date:

Address:

If applicable: CEA# CEPE#

City/State/Zip

Phone:

A

B

C

D

E

CEC Default from NA8

Complete Luminaire Description ( i.e, 3 lamp fluorescent troffer, F32T8, one dimmable electronic ballast )

Principal Lighting Designer's Declaration Statement

Designer:

Installed Watts F

G

H Field 2 Inspector

How wattage was determined According to 130 (d or e)

Enforcement Agency:

I am eligible under Division 3 of the California Business and Professiona Code to accept responsibility for the lighting design.

Mandatory lighting power determination for medium base sockets without permanently installed ballasts.

S132(a): S

All permanently installed luminaires with lamps rated over 100 Watts either have a lamp efficacy of at least 60 lumens per Watt or are controlled by a motion sensor.

This Certificate of Compliance identifies the lighting features and performance specifications required for compliance with Title 24, Pages 1 and 6 of the California Code of Regulations.

S132(b): S

All Luminaires with lamps rated greater than 175 Watts in hardscape area, including parking lots, building entrances, canopies, and all outdoor sales areas meet the Cut off Requirements.

The design features represented on this Certificate of Compliance are consistent with the information provided to document this design on the other applicable compliance forms, worksheets, calculations, plans and specifications submitted to the enforcement agency for approval with this building permit application.

S132(c)1: S S132(c): S

INDOOR LIGHTING SCHEDULE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST

Date:

Certificate of Acceptance, LTG-1-2A (Retain a copy and verify form is completed and signed.) Nonresidential

Name:

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE Project Name:

Date:

2

General Information

Schools

LTG-1C

(Page 3 of 4)

Project Name:

Building CFA: Unconditioned Floor Area:

Building Type:

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

INDOOR LIGHTING SCHEDULE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST Project Name:

Project Address:

LTG-1C

(Page 2 of 4)

All permanently installed outdoor lighting meets the control requirements listed. Building facades, parking lots, garages, canopies, and outdoor sales meet the Multi-Level Lighting Requirements listed.

Name:

Luminaires Controlled

LTG-2A Controls and Sensors and Automatic Daylighting Controls Acceptance

Signature:

Company:

Phone:

Address:

License#

City/State/Zip

Date:

Equipment Requiring Testing

SPECIAL FEATURES INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Description

Location

(See Page 2 of 4 of LTG-1C)

Lighting Mandatory Measures Indicate location on building plans of Mandatory Measures Note Block:

INSTALLED WATTS PAGE TOTAL:

LIGHTING COMPLIANCE FORMS & WORKSHEETS ( check box if worksheet is included )

Installed Watts Building Total

Building total number of pages LTG-1C Pages 1 through 4

Certificate of Compliance. All Pages required on plans for all submittals

LTG-2C

Lighting Controls Credit Worksheet

LTG-3C

Indoor Lighting Power Allowance

LTG-4C Pages 1 through 4

Tailored Method Worksheet

LTG-5C Pages 1 and 2

Line Voltage Track Lighting Worksheet

(Sum of all pages) Enter into LTG-1C Page 4 of 4

Field Inspector's Notes or Discrepancies:

INDOOR LIGHTING POWER ALLOWANCE

LTG-3C

Project Name:

Date:

ALLOWED LIGHTING POWER (Chose One Method) A Seperate LTG-3C must be filled out for Conditioned and Unconditioned Spaces. Indoor Lighting Power Allowances listed on this page are only for: UNCONDITIONED spaces CONDITIONED spaces

COMPLETE BUILDING METHOD WATTS 2 PER (ft )

BUILDING CATEGORY ( from 146 Table 146-E )

X

COMPLETE BLDG. AREA

ALLOWED WATTS

=

TOTALS AREA

WATTS

AREA CAREGORY METHOD - Part A

(N) COLD STORAGE -

B WATTS 2 PER (ft )

AREA CATEGORY ( from 146 Table 146-F )

C X

=

2

AREA (ft )

D ALLOWED WATTS

(E) RESTROOM -

(N) MICRO BREWERY -

N.I.S. UNDER SEPARATE PERMIT BLD 2012-00960

(N) BAR -

Sum of Additional Allowed Watts from Area Category Method - Part B ( from table below ) TOTALS AREA

AREA CAREGORY METHOD - Part B A

Primary Function

(E) RESTROOM -

(N) TASTING AREA -

B

C

Sq Ft

Additional Watts 2 Per ft Allowed

WATTS

Additional Wattage Allowance ( from table 146-F Footnotes ) D Wattage Allowance (BXC)

E

Description(s) and Quantity of Special Luminaire 2 Types in each Primary Function Area

F

G

Total Design Watts

ALLOWED WATTS Smaller of D or F

TOTALS - Enter into Area Category Method - Part A (table above) 1

Additional watts available only when allowed according to the footnotes on bottom of Table 146-F for chandelier or sconce; art, craft, assembly or manufacturing specialized task work; precision commercial/industrial work; or lab specialized task work.

2

Special luminaires are light fixtures described in the Table 146-F Footnotes that are subject to an additional wattage allowance.

TAILORED METHOD Total Allowed Watts using the Tailored Method taken from LTG-4C ( Page 1 of 4 ) Row 3 The indoor lighting power allowance using the Tailored Method of compliance shall be determined using the LTG-4C set of forms. A seperate set of LTG-4C forms shall be filled out for CONDITIONED and UNCONDITIONED spaces.

(N) STORAGE -

E3.01 LIGHTING PLAN

LIGHTING PLAN

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

1

N

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