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Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital 08 DIVISION 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology DOORS AND WINDOWS (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES 11 August 14 steel frames August 14 10 Wood Doors 49 August 34 Doors, reinforced treatment rooms August 42 29 aluminum sliding doors 08 71 10 Hardware for doors APPENDIX A - Slip architectural hardware August 80 50 Glazing Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital 3 NEW ACCELERATORS - RADIATION ONCOLOGY (REDEVELOPMENT OF ROOMS) JLP File: 3491 HMR Project 11-016-01 Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Contents (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR Project 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 r-* = revision No *. Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes NUMBER OF PAGES Contents 1 Legend of materials 1 Remarks 1 Types of doors 1 Types of frames 1 Details 1 Schedule of doors and frames a Total 7 Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Legend materials (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR Project 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Note: Usually the third letter of the index indicates the finish materials to be received by this material. Example: BE = concrete, painted concrete BEP = r-* = revision No *. Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes Finished materials ac P steel paint al anodized aluminum anodized wooden bo Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Remarks (Redevelopment of rooms)


HMR Project 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Note: The following notes are part of the schedule of doors and frames and refer to the numbers listed on the column (NOTES) The number identifying each door is the room number to which the door gives access except otherwise noted. The dimensions (width and height) of the doors are nominal and should be adjusted to dimensions shown in frames. All steel frames are health profile, see details of officers, unless otherwise indicated. Replace existing hardware non-reused in the project (hinges, door handles, hooks clothing) to the Owner. All steel frames (ACP) are to be painted. The glazing of all doors, door frames or glass partitions will always be tempered glass 6mm except otherwise noted. All wooden doors are solid core unless otherwise noted. r-* = revision No *. Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes An armored door and frame manufacturer specialized in, see quote August 34 49. See detail of an A-554 for installation, door and frame to paint. 2 Covers magnetic contact to monitor door (see electricity) 3 Automatic sliding door aluminum. Rough opening of 1220mm, see quote August 42 29. 4 frosted film applied to glass see quote 50 August 80, lettering the reason for the police in frosted film Lucida Sans, see type of door. 5 door automatic opening on using the push buttons 6 6 mm tempered glass

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rf. that. NOTES Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes 606 RDSS537 / RDSS606 --- 1220 2135 --- --- acP acP MD 1 1, 5 606.A RDSS606 / RDSS606A P1 813 2135 45 MDR bop C1 acP February 2 606.B RDSS606 / RDSS606A P1 711 2135 45 MG bop C1 acP February 2 605 RDSS537 / RDSS605 --- 1220 2135 --- --- acP acP MG 1 1, 5 605.A RDSS605 / RDSS605A P1 711 2135 45 MDR bop C1 acP February 2 605.B RDSS605 / RDSS605A P1 711 2135 45 MG bop C1 acP February 2 601 RDSS061 / RDSS601 --- 1220 2135 --- --- acP acP MG 1 1, 5 601.A RDSS601 / RDSS601A P1 711 2135 45 MDR bop C1 acP February 2 601.B RDSS601 / RDSS601A P1 813 45 2135 MGR bop C1 acP February 2 537 RDSS060 / RDSS537 P2 --- 3048 2286 slide ala ala 3 3, 4, 5, 6, 061 RDSS060 / RDSS061 P2 --- 2958 2135 slide ala ala 3 3, 4, 5, 6, Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 General Conditions .1 The general conditions and additional terms and conditions apply to work described in this section. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK .1 The supply of steel frames shown in LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES, including preparation and the openings for the hardware. 1.3 RELATED WORK .1 Section 10 June 10 Carpentry .2 Section 07 92 10 Joint Sealing .3 Section 08 71 10 Hardware for doors, installation of steel doors. .4 Section 09 21 16 Gypsum; installation of steel frames. .5 Section 22 Sept. 16 Metal frames do not carry Section 09 .6 80 00 Acoustic Treatment .7 Section 09 91 23 Painting 1.4 References .1 Last edition: .1 ASTM A653M, Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, ZincCoated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dipped Process. .2 ASTM A924M, Standard Specification for General Requirements for Steel Sheet, Metallic-


Coated by the Hot-Dipped Process. .3 CAN/CGSB-1.181, zinc-rich coating, organic prepared. .4 CAN/CSA-G40.21-M, steels. .5 CSA W59-M, Welded Steel Construction (arc welding). .6 CSDFMA, Specifications for Commercial Steel Doors and Frames. .7 CSDFMA, Recommended Selection and Usage Guide for Commercial Steel Doors. 1.5 SHOP DRAWINGS .1 Submit shop drawings in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Provide shop drawings for each type of proposed framework, the nature of the materials used, the thickness of the metal strip, the braces, the glazing stops, location of anchors and fixings and types of finishes. .3 Using a classification of frames with markers and numbers corresponding to those used on drawings and LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. .4 Include the nomenclature of frames, hardware groups identified LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES and described in Section 08 71 10 - Hardware for doors. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 1.6 SAMPLES .1 Submit samples in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Submit, as a sample, an area of 300 x 300 mm for each type of proposed framework and that each type of reinforcement for hardware. .3 The samples must represent the details of assembling the glazing beads and reinforcements. 1.7 HARDWARE .1 Provide two (2) copies of shop drawings to the supplier of hardware so that it will Enter the information for the hardware and provide the templates needed to manufacturing executives. 1.8 STORAGE AND PROTECTION IN CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS .1 To ensure that damage, scrapes or scratches caused during transportation or during the handling are promptly cleaned and touched up with paint primer rust. .2 Store materials properly on boards, or carriers, in a dry place, and


cover to protect against damage. 1.9 MANAGEMENT AND WASTE DISPOSAL .1 Separate waste materials for recycling. .2 Rather than send waste to a landfill metal, transport to the installation of nearest recycling. .3 Route materials can be reused in the recovery plant materials nearest building. .4 Forward to a collection site for hazardous waste materials, caulking and sealing were not used. .5 Place all packing materials in appropriate bins installed on the site for recycling. 1.10 WARRANTY .1 For work of this section, the warranty period is extended to two (2) years. .2 Provide a written, signed and issued to the owner, ensuring managers against any defects in material, manufacturing and installation for a period of two (2) years. .3 Use the prescribed form to additional terms and conditions for issuing the guarantee. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS .1 Sheet steel hot dip galvanized: steel leveled by tension according to ASTM A924M, and with the following characteristics: .1 Commercial quality (CQ) and coated with a layer of zinc / iron for at least 75 g/m2 (designation ZF75) according to ASTM A653M for components of frameworks; .2 Minimum thickness of the metal strip conforms to the CSDFMA, Table 1 - Thickness for Component Parts. .2 Profiles and braces: Steel compliant CAN/CSA-G40.21, grade 44W, coated a layer of zinc / iron for at least 75 g/m2. 2.2 Primer .1 Touch-up paint rust compliant CAN/CGSB-1.181. 2.3 Accessories .1 Dampers doors to a single stud, neoprene rubber. .2 Putty filler metal: according to the manufacturer's specifications. .3 Reinforcements and stiffeners: as indicated in the diagrams


included in the appendix at the end of this section, each reinforced with a minimum of six (6) spot welds. .4 Mineral wool insulation: as prescribed by Section 09 21 16. .5 Junction Boxes: Galvanized steel 16 gauge, specially made to suit profiles of executives and to receive equipment, including integrated connector nuts. .6 Sealants: comply with the requirements of section 07 92 10 - Joint Sealing. 2.4 WELDING .1 Perform all arc welding filler metal. 2.5 PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE - GENERAL .1 Unless otherwise noted, and more severe, making the frames in accordance with the CSDFMA. .2 Fabricate frames in accordance with the profiles and dimensions indicated frontal maximum. Manufacture health managers with door stops and medical bases as indicated on drawings. .3 Frames: welded, 1.6 mm thick (for openings up to 1220 mm wide). .4 Fabricate custom frame specifically for the requirements of the hardware. No part Prefabricated plates with pre-punched (knock-out plates) will be accepted. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 4 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .5 Cut, reinforce, drill and tap as needed frames to receive hardware parts and electronic equipment needed, mortise or surface mount, and that using templates provided by the supplier of hardware for doors. The profiles of reinforcement should be spot welded to frames. .6 Reinforce frames as follows: .1 Strengthening amounts hinged continues along the entire length of the amounts, using a profile of 50 mm by 6 mm thick. .2 See also the drawings at the end of this section. .7 Protect mortised through protective housings made of steel. .1 Provide protective cases (cleanliness) of sufficient size to allow installing the dust cover provided with the keeper of the lock. .8 Munir door frames with a three-leaf dampers. Perform any preparation workshop required to receive the shock. .9 N'apposer no nameplate manufacturer executives. .10 Conceal the fasteners, unless otherwise indicated.


Fix .11 frames with the primer where the zinc coating has been damaged during manufacture. .12 Munir frames and junction boxes as specified group of hardware. Isolate .13, with a mineral wool insulation, the internal frames in the soundproof partitions (Shown as defined in Section 09 80 00). .14 The door frames are of type "stop health" at the base. 2.6 ANCHORAGE EXECUTIVE .1 Supply and install appropriate devices, steel of at least 1.6 mm thick, used to fix frames to walls and floors. .2 Install wall anchors immediately above or below each reinforcement hinge on the amount hinge side, and directly opposite on the amount of beating. .3 Having to 150 mm from the top and bottom of each post and then to 660 mm on center at the anchors that are embedded in frames made of berries before installing door frames. .4 Number and types of anchors: .1 Provide frames installed in drywall anchors steel design adequate, securely welded or inserted inside each post, as required following: .1 Frames up to 2300 mm in height: 4 anchors; .2 Frames 2300 mm to 2450 mm: 5 anchors; .3 Frames over 2450 mm: 5 anchors, an anchor for each additional 600 mm (Or fraction of 600 mm) of additional height. .2 Provide frames anchored in concrete, masonry or structural steel in place anchors of suitable design, as indicated in the shop drawings reviewed. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 5 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes WELDED 2.7 Framework .1 Perform welding in accordance with CSA W59. .2 Assemble the items accurately frames mechanically or tab, then solder the each other, the solder is deposited on the inner wall sections. .3 Counter accurately profile the butt joints between the elements of mullions, ties, and thresholds and support. .4 Grind welded joints and corners until a flat surface, top with putty


metal filling, then sanding until a smooth, uniform finish. .5 Souder two temporary spacers to each of the frames to keep the rights for transport. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 INSTALLATION - GENERAL .1 Unless otherwise noted, and more severe, install frames according to the installation guide the CSDFMA. 3.2 INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS .1 Install components plumb, square, level and at the appropriate height, and respecting the specific requirements of the details shown in the drawings if any. .2 Fasten anchors to the adjacent building components. 3 Maintain strong senior position with braces until they are installed. Cause temporary wooden braces horizontally third parties from opening to maintain a constant width of the frames. Remove the spacers once the wooden frames set place. .4 Let the games necessary to prevent bending loads from the structure does be transmitted to the frames. .5 Caulk the perimeter of frames between the frames and adjacent elements. .6 Perform installation managers and their hardware with a first set of shock absorbers will be removed after the painting and replaced by a second set of shock absorbers inserted into the frames. .1 The provision of two sets of shock absorbers is the supplier of frames. .2 Installation of the first series of shocks before installing the door is provider of management and is made at the factory. .3 Installation of the second set of shock absorbers is different door installers. .7 Professional to Demonstrate the confidence and correctness of management and take steps for maintain. Any breach of this requirement will result in a training patches more advanced the project as decided by the Professional. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 6 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 3.3 ALTERATIONS .1 Retouch using a primer surfaces damaged during installation. .2 Cover with metal putty filling the apparent surface of the


anchors and executives showing that the surfaces of imperfections, then sand until smooth and uniform finish. 3.4 MANUFACTURE OF DOORS AND FRAMES HEALTH .1 The details LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES doors and frames for health supersede those listed in this section. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 11 August 14 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology steel frames (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 7 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes REINFORCED FRAME: END OF SECTION Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 14 August 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Wood Doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 General Conditions .1 The general conditions and additional terms and conditions apply to work described in this section. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK .1 The supply of wood doors shown in LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. 1.3 RELATED WORK .1 Section 11 August 14 steel frames .2 Section 08 71 10 Hardware for doors, installation of wooden doors. .3 Section 08 80 50 Glazing .4 Section 09 91 23 Painting .5 Documents from the mechanical engineer; grids doors. 1.4 References .1 Last edition: .1 ANSI / NPA A208.1, Particleboard. .2 CAN/CGSB-71.19M, adhesive contact, vaporizable. .3 CAN/CGSB-71.20M, contact adhesive, applied with a brush. .4 CSA O115M, Hardwood and Decorative Plywood. .5 CAN / CSA O132.2, flat wooden doors. 1.5 SAMPLES .1 Submit samples in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Submit a sample consisting of a doorway of 300 x 300 mm for each type of door Wood said. .3 The samples should show the details of the fabrication and details of the soul and walls of the door. 1.6 SHOP DRAWINGS


.1 Submit shop drawings in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Submit shop drawings of all wood doors required. Shop drawings must indicate each type of door, the material used, the thickness and nature of the soul, parts reinforcement, doors and transoms, openings, glazing, available hardware and fire resistance rating. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 14 August 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Wood Doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .3 Identify and number the doors according to their designation LIST OF DOORS AND OFFICERS. 1.7 PROTECTION .1 Protect doors against moisture. Plan for their delivery to the site after completion of work generating excessive moisture. .2 Store doors in a well ventilated area so that they are not based directly on soil, as recommended by the manufacturer. .3 Pack doors to protect against scratches, marks caused by handling and other damage. 1.8 MANAGEMENT AND WASTE DISPOSAL .1 Separate waste materials for recycling. .2 Rather than deliver wood waste to a landfill, take them to the installation of nearest recycling. .3 Route materials can be reused in the recovery plant materials nearest building. .4 Forward to a collection site for hazardous waste materials, caulking and sealing were not used. .5 Place all packing materials in appropriate bins installed on the site for recycling. 1.9 WARRANTY .1 For work of this section, the warranty period stipulated in the terms and conditions is extended to three (3) years. .2 Provide a written guarantee, signed and issued to the owner stating that the wooden doors are warranted against warping, buckling, joint defects, cracking, delamination and sagging for the period specified above. Also


provide a guarantee for life manufacturing in the case of anti-warping door. .3 Use the form attached to additional terms and conditions (Form extended warranty) to issue the bond. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 deals PLANES .1 Materials Doors: compliant CAN/CSA-O132.2 Series. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 14 August 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Wood Doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 2.2 CONSTRUCTION OF DOOR .1 Solid core doors: CAN/CSA-O132.2.1 compliant. .1 Doors solid core chipboard to paint finish: .1 Thickness: 45 mm, unless otherwise indicated in the schedule of doors and frames. .2 Soul massive wood product formed of a flat density of 449 kg/m3, joined amounts in accordance with CSA-188 and ANSI A208.1. .3 Built: .1 Amounts: Hardwood joined 11 mm by 25 mm lumber (SCL). .2 Rails: 36 mm lumber (SCL). .4 Adhesive: type 1 waterproof, hot pressing. .5 Faces: Hardwood veneer + 0.508 mm laminated on a wood panel composite. Species: Cherry, quality paint. .6 Perform shop any preparation to receive the hardware. .7 Finish: painted doors on site, by Section 09 91 23 Painting. .8 Manufacturer's lifetime warranty against warping. Product .9 acceptable "model 5-PC-ME of Lambton Doors' or approved equivalent. 2.3 Fabrication .1 Chamfer the vertical edges of doors opening on one side at 3 mm by 50 mm side lock, and 1.5 mm by 50 mm hinge side. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 INSTALLATION .1 Remove the door from the packaging and apply a sealer on all sides apparent to them in accordance with standard CAN/CSA-O132.2, Appendix A. .2 Install doors and hardware parts according to the manufacturer's written instructions. .3 Adjust hardware parts so that the doors are working properly. .4 Perform openings, adjustments and mortise doors before painting. .5 Install shock absorbers and a cutter after painting. Install any other hardware except


hinges, after the second coat of paint. .6 Adapter dimensions indicated in the opening note with a tolerance of 3 mm to jambs and head of the frame. Provide a maximum tolerance of 13 mm between the bottom of the door and the finished floor or threshold. 3.2 FINISHING THE DOORS ON THE SPOT .1 Coordinate door finishing the project with Section 09 91 23 - Painting, so ensure that doors are finished on all sides, top, bottom, sides and frames, following the manufacturer's requirements for the issuance of the guarantee set forth in this section. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 14 August 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Wood Doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 4 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 3.3 ADJUSTMENT OF DOORS .1 Just before the completion of construction of the building, re-adjust the doors and pieces of hardware so that they function properly. END OF SECTION Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 34 49 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Security doors of treatment rooms and operating (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 General Conditions .1 The general conditions and additional terms and conditions apply to work described in this section. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK .1 The supply and installation of reinforced doors of treatment rooms and operating or doors RDSS601, RDSS605 RDSS606 first, complete, including all required accessories, and their implementation operation. 1.3 RELATED WORK .1 Section 09 91 23 Painting .2 Documents structural engineer; concrete. .3 Documents electrical engineer, electrical power and connection. 1.4 Pre-purchase .1 The work of supply and installation of armored doors and frames, excluding the installation of officers, have been a pre-purchase from the Project Manager. .1 Bidder: PPB Company 802 Stonecreek Parkway, Suite 6


Louisville, NY 40223 Ref. Jim Parrott Tel.: 502-583-4293 Email: jlparrott@aol.com .2 The lump sum bid is set out in Appendix A to the tender form - Price breakdown for the submission (Section 00 00 25). .2 At the signing of the contract by the contractor for all this work, the purchase control granted to the provider of armored doors and frames (identified above) by the Project Manager, will be transferred in full to the general contractor. All bonds of the client for this order will therefore be transferred to the contractor General, including any required coordination between the parties, as well as payments for the lump sum of pre-purchase. 1.5 SHOP DRAWINGS AND TECHNICAL .1 Submit shop drawings and specifications in accordance with the requirements of general conditions, supplementary general conditions. .2 Submit the technical data for all components to be provided. .3 Submit shop drawings of the doors, indicating the types, sizes and characteristics service doors, the materials, finishes, types of operating mechanisms, the details of accessories, as well as the relationship with adjacent structures. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 34 49 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Security doors of treatment rooms and operating (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes .4 To seal and sign all shop drawings by a professional engineer qualified to design carpentry and member in good standing of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec. 1.6 SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE AND DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM .1 Provide instructions for maintenance and operation of security doors, including a full description of the operation, maintenance, adjustment, patterns wiring illustrating the electrical connections and a list of replacement parts, with illustrations and identification numbers. .2 Attach sheets to the service manual mentioned in general terms and Additional terms and conditions. .3 Demonstrate complete operation and maintenance methods and program for maintenance personnel of the Owner.


1.7 JURISDICTION OF THE CONTRACTOR .1 Tenders may be submitted only entrepreneurs with the tools, equipment and adequate facilities, which are regularly hired to perform the design, engineering, the manufacture, assembly, finishing and installation work of comparable complexity. The Contractor shall demonstrate to the professional he has successfully completed three (3) major projects of similar scale and nature in the past five (5) years. 1.8 TIMETABLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR .1 Given the nature of these doors and place of production (United States), the General Contractor will take all measures required for release and delivery of the doors to its corresponding schedule. 1.9 WARRANTY .1 Provide a written guarantee issued to the owner, the armored doors and frames and their mechanisms are warranted against defects for a period of one (1) year from the provisional acceptance of work. .2 Use the prescribed form to the general conditions for issuing the guarantee. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 DOORS AND FRAMES .1 Armored doors frames: Frames armor made of folded steel conforming to ASTM A36 ¼ "thick door 4'-0" x 7'-0 "clear opening, provided with ten (10) anchors in concrete, welded reinforcements for hinges and threshold lead to ¼ "thick. Provide 2 contacts integrated into the door frame for each door. The frames will be provided with paint and primer painted by Section 09 91 23 - Painting. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 34 49 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Security doors of treatment rooms and operating (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes .2 Swing doors armored: Doors, reinforced with steel perimeter 3 / 4 "thick plate steel ¼ "thick on sides. The core will consist of an armored" (outer side) and 1 / 2'' (Inside) of lead "Lead Chemical QQL201F Grade C 'and 5''polythylène 5% boron. Each door is equipped with two (2) hinges W-125 heavy-duty welded, two (2) to pull handles US26D finish and a door stop. The doors will be provided with


paint primer and painted by Section 09 91 23 - Painting. Each door has a weight of about 5600 pounds. .3 Armored doors and frames - Product: "CC-4 Company of WPP." 2.2 Operations DOOR .1 Electric door operator for armored doors: door operator NBBrookfield 1000 Door open to 12.000, including all accessories for complete installation. 2.3 Accessories .1 Opening: Supply and install three operating stations with three push-button for each door Shielded: each station including a push button with "Open" green, a pushbutton with function''CLOSE''black and a pushbutton with function ''STOP''red. Control stations will be installed: one in the control room, an inside room treatment and a series at the entrance to the treatment room on the outside. .2 Provide a controller programming each electric door operator for doors armored swing: controller programming door operator Brookfield, model AIGT 0030B1. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 INSTALLATION .1 Works by the manufacturer of doors: .1 Provide steel doors complete with their frames and thresholds, hardware and accessories, delivered to the site. .2 Installation of doors, hardware and accessories required. .3 Setting operation of the doors. .2 Works by the general contractor: .1 To receive, route, instead of installing components, make all the necessary coordination with its own work. The components will be delivered by truck and the contractor will take care of it. .2 Install the frame and door thresholds according to manufacturer's instructions. .3 Quenching all the elements that could be affected by the pouring of concrete. .4 Provide and install all electrical equipment including power, cable boxes, the junction boxes, conduits, wiring connections but excluding. View manufacturer's diagrams and drawings of electricity. .5 Provide that there will be inspection frameworks in place by the manufacturer before the concrete is poured


the second step for each door. END OF SECTION Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 General Conditions .1 The general conditions and additional terms and conditions apply to work described in this section. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK .1 The work described in this section include the supply and installation of sliding doors automatic opening and aluminum work on, as indicated in the drawings, the LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES and Section 08 71 10 - Hardware for doors. They also include: .1 All work for the supply and installation of the glazing required on doors and panels aluminum, as indicated in the documents. .2 Work excluded from this section (Electricity): .1 Power 120V x 15A Type BX box to the opener; .2 Electrical box and low voltage wiring (AWG # 18 stranded twisted 24V) buttons for control or key switches (to the electrical box enclosure opener); .3 Connection to fire alarm system, including wiring required to box opener; .4 Final connection (120V). 1.3 RELATED WORK .1 Section 10 June 10 Carpentry .2 Section 07 92 10 Joint Sealing .3 Section 08 80 50 Glazing .4 Section 09 21 16 Gypsum .5 Section 22 Sept. 16 Metal frames do not carry .6 Documents electrical engineer, electrical (power and cabling). 1.4 References .1 Last edition: .1 Aluminum Association Designation System for Aluminum Finishes. .2 CAN/CSA-G40.21, Structural Quality Steels (steels). .3 CAN/CGSB-1.40-M, Paint primer, oléoglycérophtalique, steel construction. .4 ASTM A 167, Specification for Stainless and Heat Resisting


Chromium-Nickel Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip. .5 ASTM B 209, Specifications for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Sheet and Plate. .6 ASTM B 221, Specification for Aluminum-Alloy Extruded Bars, Rods, Wire, Shapes and Tubes. .7 CAN/CGSB-69.26/ANSI/BHMA A156.10, automatic pedestrian doors. .8 CAN/ULC-S533, Means for holding in closed position and release of exit doors. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 1.5 SHOP DRAWINGS .1 Submit shop drawings in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Submit drawings showing each proposed door and frame, showing the profiles extruded, the assembly method, the details of braces sections and elements hardware, finish, and the location of fixings and the nameplate the manufacturer. .3 Submit details from the catalogs of manufacturers showing the cuts, the size and assembly method proposed for each type of door and frame. .4 Submit drawings showing details of construction and assembly of panels aluminum profiles, fasteners and other related details. 1.6 WIRING DIAGRAMS .1 Submit for approval the final circuit diagrams. These should be consistent with security systems and fire alarm systems. .2 Submit the location of the control box and provide the access doors in walls and ceilings as required. The contractor providing the surface finish. 1.7 SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE .1 Provide instructions for cleaning and maintenance of the finished surfaces of aluminum, and attach them to the manual referred to additional conditions. Show .2 maintenance personnel the general operation of sliding doors opening Automatic and maintenance. Provide for this purpose a one hour session of training for the entire project.


1.8 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND PERFORMANCE .1 Materials related to automatic entry doors should be designed to withstand the weight doors and a rate of operation corresponding to an average foot traffic. .2 The framing must be designed to withstand their own weight, the weight of glazing and the burdens imposed by the moving parts. .3 The manual operation of opening and closing doors should be possible in case of failure current or manually turned off the power supply. .4 The actuators must allow adjustment of the speed of opening and closing holding time and doors should incorporate a sensitivity to neutralization signals from a smoke detector and / or fire alarm. .5 Sliding entrance doors should be designed so as to serve as exit doors rescue or evacuation means the building following the signs (type mechanism "Break out" in an emergency), and this, in accordance with the requirements of the NBC. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 1.9 PROTECTION .1 Apply a temporary protective coating on the finished surfaces. Use a simple coating to be removed leaving no residue. .2 Let the means of protection in place until the final cleaning of the building. 1.10 SKILLS .1 The installation must be performed by a company acting as an authorized representative of a manufacturer of sliding door system with automatic opening of aluminum, in terms installation and maintenance works required and with at least three years experience in the field, with supporting evidence. 1.11 MANAGEMENT AND WASTE DISPOSAL .1 Separate waste materials for recycling. .2 Place packing materials of paper, plastic and corrugated cardboard in dumpsters appropriate on-site for recycling. .3 Route the wiring metal elements and unused to installing the metal recycling closer. .4 Route paint products, caulking and sealing unused to a site


approved collection of hazardous materials. .5 It is forbidden to pour paint products, caulking and sealing unused in sewage in a river, a lake, on the ground or any other place where it could present a risk to health or the environment. .6 Materials unused or damaged glass are not recyclable and are excluded from municipal recycling programs. 1.12 WARRANTY .1 Provide a written guarantee prepared by the manufacturer and the Contractor, signed and issued to Owner, ensuring the sliding doors to manual and automatic opening and actuators for a period of two (2) years. .2 Warranty: Warranty should cover repair or replacement of elements of the work which have defects such as, among other structural defects including excessive bending, a leak, a malfunctioning actuators, of speed of movement of doors and hardware parts, a excessive degradation of metal surfaces, metallic finishes and other materials. .3 Use the prescribed form to additional terms and conditions for issuing the guarantee. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 4 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS / EQUIPMENT .1 Extruded aluminum profiles: alloy and hardness recommended by the supplier or the finisher depending on the destination and finishing set; properties of strength and durability at least equal to those prescribed in ASTM B 221 for alloy designation 6063-T6 or T5 the Aluminum Association, profiled wall thickness of at least 3 mm for the frame, at least 3 mm for doors, unless otherwise stated, and at least 1.6 mm thick for beading and other fittings. .2 Sheet aluminum alloy and hardness recommended by the supplier or the finisher according to the destination and finishing set; properties of strength and durability at least equal to those prescribed in ASTM B 209 for alloy designation 1100 - or 5005 H14 - H32 or H34 the Aluminum Association.


.3 Braces: high strength aluminum, ASTM B 209, steel, depending on the CAN/CSA-G40.21 standard, grade 300 W, or stainless steel, ASTM A 167, 304 according to the manufacturer's recommendations. .4 Fasteners: aluminum, stainless steel non-magnetic steel or other metal plated non-corrosive, suitable for parts, components, hardware, anchors and other articles of aluminum to be determined place; fasteners to leave visible (for hardware parts only): Phillips to flat head, finish that matches the elements to be fixed. .5 Primer for steel surfaces: the type oléoglycérophtalique, according to standard CAN/CGSB-1.40-M. .6 Insulation coating: alkali resistant bituminous paint. .7 Glass and glazing: meeting the requirements of section 08 80 50; type of glass as indications LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. .8 Sealants: according to the requirements of section 07 92 10 - Joint Sealing, Product no1. .9 Hardware: .1 Munir door sets of standard pieces of hardware robust, compliant work, size, number and type of hardware should be accordance with manufacturer's recommendations and must suit the type of service required (Medium traffic). .2 Suspension devices and locking doors sliding doors equipped with a evacuation device to rotate outward in an emergency: type recommended by the manufacturer of doors and meet the requirements of the standard CAN/CGSB69.26 in terms of their performance. .3 Other pieces of hardware: standard products provided by the manufacturer, according to indications of the various door systems required by this section. .4 Cylinders key safe: by Section 08 71 10 - Hardware for doors, according to indications LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 5 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes 2.2 AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOORS OPENING .1 Systems sliding entrance doors: according to the requirements of section 08 71 10 -


Door hardware, and as described groups of hardware involved (Appendix A) and shown in the diagrams corresponding electrified hardware (Appendix B). 2.3 Provisions RIGGING AND CONTROL .1 Munir sliding doors of automatic operating devices comply with the requirements work, the manufacturer's recommendations depending on the type of service required. Setting: possible without the need to remove doors, adjustable speed control to slow the cycles of opening and closing doors and change the opening time of the latter. .2 Equip doorsets a switch to the following functions: startstop-restraint in open position. .3 Munir door sets a safety device in case of obstruction, to keep the doors in the open position and reset the operation of doors where they were blocked by a slow-moving or stationary. .4 Doors shall be operated manually in case of system failure power. .5 The number of control devices supplied and installed, with area and sensitivity of detection providing services to the doors and the safety of users, must suit the needs of work, and the characteristics of these devices must be at least meets the requirements of CAN/CGSB-69.26 standard. 2.4 SURFACE FINISH ALUMINUM .1 Finish: Exposed surfaces of aluminum panels and frames must be finished according Aluminum Association Designation System for Aluminum Finishes. .1 Clear anodized finish (transparent) designation AA-M12-C22A31 Class II (10 microns). 2.5 FINISHED STEEL PARTS .1 Staples and pieces of steel reinforcement shall be covered with a coat of paint Primary steel surfaces. 2.6 FABRICATION .1 Blocks entrances with sliding doors to be prefabricated piece sets consist of doors, day side, mountings, of transoms (as indicated), devices maneuver of elements used to house the control devices, as well as elements of the hardware and related accessories and must be manufactured using materials equipment, components and new production standard, assembled, finished and fitted with the devices


hardware and all other necessary elements before being delivered to the job site. .2 Doors, panels and filling transom and frames must be manufactured to profiles and dimensions indicated frontal maximum. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 6 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .3 Reinforcing elements must be provided at the connection points and other places necessary to ensure greater rigidity to doorsets. Non-metal separators should be used to separate the metal surfaces with moving joints to prevent Grab them. Of structural steel sections should be inserted inside the framing as required. .4 Unless otherwise indicated, the elements are assembled, the corners, so that joints are made tight, tight and flush, then they must be connected by mechanically or by welding. Welds must then be ground smooth, flush and finished so as to harmonize with the adjacent surfaces. Doors must be reinforced as required for the use indicated. .5 In general, the fasteners must be hidden, they should be left apparent only in areas specified or indicated. .6 The cutouts, cuts, withdrawals and other mortises for receiving the devices maneuver and hardware must be made with the templates, the reinforcing elements used must be aluminum or steel. .7 An insulating coating must be applied locally on the surfaces of aluminum or steel coated with a primary coat of paint that come in contact with dissimilar metals or with materials based on hydraulic binders. Steel surfaces have been damaged or be scratched with a retouched appropriate primer. .8 Replaceable weatherstripping should be placed on the amounts and on the cross upper and lower doors as indicated. Adjust the sweep so prevent them from twisting or that they do close the doors. .9 Plates identifying the manufacturer shall be set to semihidden places. .10 Doors, frames and infill panels must be supplied by the same manufacturer.


The frame of .11 doorsets must consist of hollow aluminum profiles. .12 The interlocking glazing beads to ask the touch must be provided for mounting glazing rebate dry the exterior glazing beads shall be of inviolable. .13 Pieces of hardware must be installed in the workshop, with the exception of those mounted project, and they shall be removed only when necessary, at the time of final finishing, transportation and installation on the job site. .14 Supply and install junction boxes in steel finished primers in the doors and officers and taken to the doors to each unit of hardware power as needs. Isolate dissimilar metals. For electrical connections, provide all including the required openings in the reinforcements. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION .1 Verify that surfaces are ready to receive the books, and the dimensions of the openings and withdrawals are consistent with indications of the drawings and the manufacturer's instructions. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 7 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .2 Ensure that service brought to power structures are in place. 3.2 INSTALLATION .1 Install doors, frames and infill panels as indicated and manufacturer's instructions. .2 Coordinate the installation of the elements with the related works and adjacent structures. .3 Install the books straight, square and level, make sure they do not show buckling or warping and no surcharge are imposed upon them. .4 While anchoring structures in the required position. Predict the movements necessary for games heat. .5 Framing shutters closed door assemblies at the time of the establishment. .6 Apply an insulating coating on surfaces of aluminum or painted steel primary come into contact with materials containing hydraulic binders. .7 Provide clearance between the building structure and the cross-door assemblies so that structural loads are not transmitted to the frame.


.8 Install pieces of hardware using templates provided. .9 Install alignment and upgrade the rail, ties, supports and guides and fix permanently using appropriate anchors. .10 Install the operating devices, including piping, and wiring devices control necessary in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. 3.3 GLAZING .1 Install windows in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations and following the requirements of Section 08 80 50 - Glazing. 3.4 Setting of the switching devices .1 After a period of operation of the facilities corresponding to three days of use in traffic conditions specified, reset the actuators and control to ensure safe, optimal and flexible doors, and a perfect seal them to close. Lubricate hardware parts and any other room mobile. 3.5 CLEANING .1 Once the books in place, quickly clean the surfaces of glass and aluminum. .2 Remove protective coatings that have been placed on the prefinished aluminum surfaces. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 42 29 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology automatic sliding doors Aluminum (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 8 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .3 Wash exposed surfaces with a mild solution consists of warm water and detergent use To this end a clean, not rough, remove dirt that has accumulated in the corners then wipe the surface. .4 Remove excess sealant with a little solvent of a type recommended by the manufacturer. END OF SECTION Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 General Conditions .1 The general conditions and additional terms and conditions apply to work described in this section. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK


.1 The work described in this section include the supply and installation of all architectural hardware, architectural hardware, including electric, and work on set and documents required for the full completion of the work and start functional. They therefore also include the installation of all wood doors as described to section 08 14 10 and shown in LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES and drawings. .2 Installation work listed below: .1 Installation of all hardware and finish their work on the set and documents required for the full completion of the work and start functional on the doors and steel frames and wooden doors set in LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. .2 The installation of all wood doors described in section 08 14 10 - Wooden doors and shown in LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. .3 Installation by a specialist firm of any architectural hardware and electrified work on documents provided and required for full implementation of the work and their functional activation on the doors and frames specified in LIST OF Doors and frames, including the preparation of circuit diagrams as requirements of Article 1.7.4 of this section. .4 Management and control of all hardware finishes, including electrified hardware, and doors to be installed after delivery, and identification. Management includes handling, unloading and storage in collaboration with contractors suppliers. .5 Close coordination with all other contractors involved in the implementation of work including contractors suppliers of materials, the Contractor installation of architectural hardware and electrified the electrical contractor. .6 All obligations relating to the installation, management and coordination given in the documents. 1.3 RELATED WORK .1 Section 06 40 00 Joinery and carpentry, cabinets and furniture hardware. .2 Section 11 August 14 steel frames .3 Section 14 August 10 Wood Doors


.4 Section 08 34 49 Doors, reinforced treatment rooms, supply and installation of doors armored including all hardware required. .5 Section 08 42 29 aluminum sliding doors, supply and installation of Aluminum sliding doors including all hardware required. .6 Section 09 21 16 Gypsum; installation of steel frames (in the walls of gypsum). .7 Documents electrical engineer, electrical power and connection. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 1.4 References .1 Position of standard hardware parts as required by the Canadian Metric Guide for Steel Doors and Frames (Modular Construction) prepared by the Canadian Steel Door and Frame Manufacturers' Association. 1.5 HARDWARE SCHEDULE .1 Submit a detailed schedule of hardware-opening, in accordance with requirements of general conditions and additional terms and conditions that address shop drawings. .2 Identify hardware parts for consideration, including the make, model, material, function and finish, as well as any other relevant information. .3 Equal in number to submit shop drawings for illustrations in books articles submitted and give their characteristics. Include an index identifying each item and indicating the pagination illustrations. .4 Wiring diagrams: .1 Submit for review the final circuit diagrams. Prepare drawings compatible with security systems and fire alarm systems of the work, develop patterns more explicit than those provided in this section, indicating the operation. .2 Submit drawings for consideration of the location of power supplies. .3 Provide shop drawings in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .5 Identify the packing of hardware with an asterisk defined as such at the end of the schedule, all the hardware finish electrified.


.6 Demonstrate the request of the professional architectural hardware purchases to electrified validate the warranty described in 1.10. 1.6 TEMPLATES .1 Provide any other trades who need to complete his part of the book, all templates, copies of plans or information required. .2 Provide manufacturer of steel frames and the aluminum manufacturing inputs the template to engineer the openings in the reinforcing plates for the passage of the wiring of electrified hinges, if necessary. .3 Please provide the professional information above for information. .4 Advise professional anomalies. .5 Using specific templates to eliminate as much as possible the need for shims adjustment to different hinges, locks, etc.. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 1.7 SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE .1 Provide maintenance sheet, parts list, the pages containing the installation instructions Manufacturer and drilling templates for each piece of hardware and into manual maintenance prescribed terms and conditions further. Show .2 maintenance personnel the general operation of hardware and maintenance. .1 Plan for this purpose a one hour session of training for the entire project. .3 Provide copies of drawings and bills of hardware including all modifications made during the work and join the service manual. .4 Maintenance manual to include the terms of the final connections and operating instructions of electrified systems. 1.8 HARDWARE MAINTENANCE .1 Provide special sets of keys properly packaged and clearly identified. .2 All screws, tools, fasteners and parts not used normally provided with hardware parts must be wrapped, identified and returned to the owner at the end of the work. 1.9 DELIVERY AND STORAGE .1 Deliver new hardware and the manufacturer's original packaging. .2 Store pieces of hardware to finish in an orderly manner to


allow verification professional. .3 Wrap each piece of hardware, including fasteners, individually or in groups of parts similar, and label each package with the nature and location of the room. .4 Develop an inventory from the list of hardware. 1.10 WARRANTY .1 Provide a written guarantee signed and issued to the owner certifying that all hardware provided by this section shall be guaranteed against defects in material and labor not attributable to normal wear and tear for a period of two (2) years. .2 Replace items that are defective in any way and repair damage caused by these defects at no additional cost to the owner. .3 Linking firms specializing in installation of architectural hardware and hardware finish electrified, jointly and severally by the warranty as a cosigner with the contractor. .4 Use the prescribed form to additional terms and conditions for issuing the guarantee. .5 In the case of failure of systems access or security or any component part of systems, specialized firm will respond within 24 hours on any call for service Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 4 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes owner, failing which the owner may appeal to another firm and all costs related to Such service call will be borne by the firm and specialized contractor. After the event this service call and moving a representative of the firm specialized and / or contractor, It is shown by them to the owner that the defect covered by this service call does not fall under the responsibility of the contractor or its specialist firms, the contractor will bill the owner for costs incurred in responding to this call for service. 1.11 INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATE .1 The owner will, through a consultant accompanying professional inspection of the hardware to verify that: .1 The hardware installed is consistent with the slip Hardware reviewed by the professional.


.2 The hardware supplied is installed according to manufacturers' guidelines and state of the art with the original screws and fasteners. .3 That the architectural hardware and architectural hardware and electrified work well will also, through the professional (electrical engineer), inspection the electrified architectural hardware to verify that the hardware is operating properly under the control of the security system. .2 To meet criteria for the inspection consultant and professional .1 Before requesting an inspection of the hardware prior to the occupation or provisional acceptance of work or the taking of possession early part of the project, do a comprehensive audit of the hardware and provide a list of work to be corrected to professional for information and confirm in writing that the work was defective corrected. .2 If in the opinion of the consultant, the work seems to run, it will proceed systematically first check and if necessary, an initial list of work to be corrected will be issued. .3 Once the contractor has certified you correct all defects noted, these will be checked again by the consultant and the professional. .4 If the work is not completed and that the consultant shall issue and other lists conduct further checks, they will be the responsibility of the contractor, and until acceptance of work by the professional. .5 The Contractor shall also provide the professional and consultant necessary assistance during their inspections. .3 The consultant will be selected by the architect and paid by the contractor. .4 Include an allowance in the bid in the amount of $ 500.00 for the costs of these inspections and certificate (see Section 01 21 00 - Allowances for costs). 1.12 MANAGEMENT AND WASTE DISPOSAL .1 Separate waste materials for recycling. .2 Rather than send waste to a landfill metal, transport to the installation of nearest recycling. .3 Route materials can be reused in the recovery plant materials nearest building. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10


3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 5 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .4 Forward to a collection site for hazardous waste materials, caulking and sealing were not used. .5 Place all packing materials in appropriate bins installed on the site for recycling. PART 2 - PRODUCT 2.1 HARDWARE .1 Slip hardware: .1 The hardware parts are as listed in SCHEDULE HARDWARE ARCHITECTURAL for every hardware store. .2 Groups are detailed in hardware HARDWARE SCHEDULE ARCHITECTURAL in APPENDIX A of this section and distribution of these groups is made LIST OF DOORS AND FRAMES. .2 Only use products from a single manufacturer in the case of similar nature. Use only .3 parts electrified architectural hardware items that are specified corresponding to standardized criteria of quality and continuity and adhering to standards C.S.A. and / or CAN-ULC S533-M87. .4 Overall scheme of electrified architectural hardware provided for various groups of Hardware: .1 Diagrams entire electrified architectural hardware are detailed in APPENDIX B of this section. 2.2 HARDWARE FOR DOORS .1 Provide screws, bolts, expandable buffers and other fastening devices required for a securing adequate and proper functioning of the hardware. .2 Matching fasteners exposed to the finish of hardware. .3 Use fasteners made of material consistent with that they traverse. .4 Check the conditions of the floors before ordering the bumpers to the floor and the thresholds and install different if conditions warrant. .5 Provide and install all latches lock with dust cover. 2.3 SYSTEM Cleage .1 System Cleage: .1 The system Cleage controlled on a restricted keyway and patented ("patented") will be established by the manufacturer of the nuclei in coordination with the owner so meet the specific needs, in accordance with existing key system building.


The installation of permanent core part of the scope of work of this section. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 6 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .2 The locks will be fitted with temporary cores during the time of construction. .3 Provide the number of keys as follows: .1 Four (4) construction master keys. .2 Three (3) copies of key with each lock cylinder or permanent. .4 All permanent keys and master keys will be delivered directly to the owner by manufacturer. .5 Stamp Cleage symbols on the keys and cores, as well as registration "No copy" on each key. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION .1 Ensure that frames and doors are installed plumb and properly prepared for receive hardware. .2 Do not begin installation, if everything is in order. .3 In the early installation work, perform the necessary checks to ensure that the hardware supplied is properly installed. .4 Report any discrepancies to the professional about it. 3.2 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .1 Use complete instructions and templates required for installation and door manufacturers metal frames for preparing the products to receive the hardware parts provided. .2 Ensure that each piece of hardware is accompanied by the installation instructions of manufacturing. .3 Lay the pieces of hardware to standard positions meet the requirements of Canadian Metric Guide for Steel Doors and Frames (Modular Construction) prepared by the Canadian Steel Door and Frame Manufacturers' Association or in accordance with manufacturers installation instructions. .4 Install the door stop to touch the drawing so that it hits the bottom of the drawing. .5 Use of installers who have worked with the type of hardware required, familiar with adjustment and verification of operation of the various elements during installation and before


acceptance of work. .6 Fabricate latches or locks palâtres allowing adjustment of the hardware. .7 Install shock absorbers and a cutter after painting. Install any other hardware except hinges after the second coat of paint. Make the openings, adjustments and mortise doors before painting. .8 Install hardware straight, with screws and bolts provided by the manufacturers and according to their instructions. Recessed parts flush with the faces of the doors. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 7 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociÊs Architectes .9 Ask perpendicular to the face of the piece as any fixation screws, etc..Drill as required. .10 Replace all screws or screw heads with burr, damaged or not square. .11 Remove any burrs resulting from piercing of frames and laminate the edges of openings to avoid damaging the plastic protector of the son. .12 Install the plates before the last coat of paint finish and remove the protective paper Only after the last coat of paint. Make sure the door is free of dust or of fatty material before laying the plates with adhesive tape. .13 Install protective plates 5 mm from the bottom of the door, except for doors with low automatic door surface or those in which the threshold stop. In these cases, ask the plate 5 mm above the stop line or bottom of door. On single doors, center the plate on the width of the door. On pairs of doors, asking to 5 mm from the center of each door, and the hinge side, at a sufficient distance so that it does not hit off the frame, the coupeson or seal. .14 Install electrified architectural hardware in accordance with the prescribed schedules, and diagrams and the requirements of this document and drawings: .1 In these documents, as specified in Appendix A - Slip Hardware architectural, and Appendix B - Diagrams of electrified hardware, the term hardware Finishing electric or electrified hardware means: Magnetic contact Switch equipment .15 Retaining the services of a specialized firm, corporation


legally constituted, competent, certified and accredited by the manufacturers of hardware finish electrified. This firm must prove its accreditation certificate, which must be dated within two years. It will also: .1 To hold a license contractor, subcategory 4250 and 4252, issued by the Board of the Quebec construction companies and designate on the site of the labor force Qualified whose competence is recognized by the Construction Committee of Quebec (C.C.Q.); .2 Coordinate its work with related disciplines; .3 Install all hardware finish electrified unless otherwise noted. .4 Make all connections required to test all hardware finish electrified supplied and installed by this section to demonstrate proper functioning of each item of hardware as required in 3.2.15.6 below. .5 Unless otherwise specified in the site or to documents or architectural and electricity, all lines will be electrical metallic tubing (EMT) with the exception of those of aluminum doors and frames where the ducts are tubes with ½ extraflex CEFC 050 connections. .6 In order to delineate the respective responsibilities, to demonstrate the proper operation each item of hardware installed electrified from the junction box (BJ), this before connection and setup of the control system security contractor safety. Documenting these preliminary results on the cards audit schedule and submit copies of completed forms to those present and the professional. .7 Perform this demonstration in the presence of consultant and contractor Security and attend trials of the control system security in the connections by contractor safety. .8 The test results of the control system security at the connections by Security contractor shall be recorded by the professional (engineer Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 8


Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes electricity) on the check sheets in the appendix and countersigned by the finding contractor safety. .9 Coordinate its work with the installation work of the contractor responsible for installing the security system and connecting hardware electrified to ensure a good interface between the two systems and operation requested by the owner. 3.3 Equivalency AND SUBSTITUTIONS .1 The Contractor shall prepare its bid with the materials, accessories and equipment specified in the specifications and drawings, as it must, if the contract is granted, provide exactly such materials, aids and devices. .2 The part numbers listed in the note of hardware architectural hardware are items are standardized and some criteria of quality and continuity. Only .3 equivalency required or duly recognized by addenda will be accepted. 3.4 Liability .1 Adapter hardware finish properly for the use specified in the designated area. In the event If any hardware as indicated, specified or requested does not meet the requirements planned or required, to seek prompt correction or modification necessary to agree or adapt to the designated place, fully in advance to avoid delay in manufacture and delivery of hardware. .2 In the beginning, during and at the end of the project, meetings with contractors, the owner, entrepreneurs in each related field in order to properly coordinate the installation and perform the switching hardware. The professional consultant and the chair meetings. .3 During the construction, make the necessary checks to ensure that the hardware finishing provided is properly installed and inform the installer of any defects or anomalies. .4 Consider the locksmith that the owner will not serve the entrepreneur and that he should expect any service from it. .5 After a period of three months following final acceptance of work, the installer of the hardware must return there to make the final adjustments to the hardware store and carry


special attention to electric or electronic hardware. Deliver to the owner the contractor a list of openings and items of hardware which adjustments are correct. END OF SECTION Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment rooms) APPENDIX A - LIST OF ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes GR 01 concrete door 1 switch equipment D4BS-75FS-K3 x D4BS Omron See diagram # 3 electrified hardware GR 02 fighter hidden 4 218 626 SOSS concealed hinges A shift lock-93K-S3-15D 0D 626 BEST A stop arm 630 ABH 1020 Flush A magnetic contacts SER-11076W (SPDT) SER GREY See diagram # 1 Electrified Hardware GR 03 sliding A set of automatic sliding doors 2000 series type O-SX-SX-O with infrared detectors in leg and lock 628 HORTON A switch (s) to SR-KS1951 key (on / off) 630 SER 2 x Cam 1E74 mortise cylinder 626 BEST 4 activation plate motion sensitive MS-08 BLACK BEA See diagram # 2 electrified hardware END OF SCHEDULE A Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment rooms) APPENDIX B - SCHEMATICS electrified HARDWARE HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment rooms) APPENDIX B - SCHEMATICS electrified HARDWARE HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 71 10 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Hardware for doors (Redevelopment rooms) APPENDIX B - SCHEMATICS electrified HARDWARE HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés Architectes Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 80 50 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Glazing


(Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 1 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 General Conditions .1 The general conditions and additional terms and conditions apply to work described in this section. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK .1 The work of this section include all the works of glass, other than those prescribed in related sections, or the following work: .1 Mirrors fixed furniture M01 (treatment rooms 1, 2 and 6); .2 The decorative film applied on the glass as indicated in the SCHEDULE DOORS AND FRAMES. .2 The work described in this section are also referred to some work glass and glazing specified in related sections. 1.3 RELATED WORK .1 Section 06 40 00 Joinery and carpentry .2 Section 07 92 10 Joint Sealing .3 Section 08 42 29 aluminum sliding doors, supply and installation of glazing. 1.4 References .1 Last edition: .1 ASTM C542, Specification for Lock-Strip Gaskets. .2 ASTM D2240, Test Method for Rubber Property - Durometer Hardness. .3 CAN/CGSB-12.1-M, tempered safety glass or laminated. .4 CAN/CGSB-12.5-M, silver mirrors. .5 Flat Glass Manufacturers Association (FGMA) Glazing Manual. 1.5 SAMPLES .1 Submit samples in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Submit three samples of 300 x 300 mm of each type of glass and 300 mm long sealants, as well as each type of tool used. 1.6 TECHNICAL .1 Submit technical data sheets in accordance with the requirements of the general conditions and Additional terms and conditions. .2 Submit technical data types of glazing and accessories you use. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 80 50 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Glazing (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 2 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes


1.7 QUALITY ASSURANCE .1 Execute work in accordance with guidelines set out in the document published by the Canadian Manufacturers of glass with respect to the types of mounting glass panels. 1.8 CONDITIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION .1 The area where the work is performed must be ventilated for 24 hours after the implementation of these sealants. 1.9 DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE END OF WORK .1 Provide maintenance records required, including cleaning instructions, and join the Manual referred to general conditions and additional terms and conditions. 1.10 MANAGEMENT AND WASTE DISPOSAL .1 Separate waste materials for recycling. .2 Rather than send waste to a landfill metal, transport to the installation of nearest recycling. .3 Route materials can be reused / recycled at the recovery facility building materials closest. .4 Forward to a collection site for hazardous waste materials, caulking and sealing were not used. .5 Materials unused or damaged glass are not recyclable and are excluded from municipal recycling programs. .6 Place packing materials of paper, plastic and corrugated cardboard in dumpsters appropriate on-site for recycling. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 FLAT GLASS .1 Tempered safety glass: CAN/CGSB-12.1 on a standard, transparent, clear, unless contrast, Type 2 - tempered (soaking should be done by using the horizontal method, without pliers), Category B - Float, 6 mm thick unless otherwise noted. .2 Glass silver mirrors: according to standard CAN/CGSB-12.5M, 6 mm thick, with no frame edges ground and polished, supported by concealed fasteners and inviolable, and an adhesive the dimensions provided. Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 80 50 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Glazing (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 3 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes 2.2 ACCESSORY .1 Setting blocks: Neoprene, Shore A hardness from 80 to 90


durometer measured according to ASTM D2240, suitable for mounting glass panels and the weight and dimensions of pane of window glass, but a 100 mm minimum length. .2 Cales devices: neoprene, Shore A hardness from 50 to 60 durometer measured according to standard ASTM D2240, adhesive on one side, 75 mm in length and half the height of beading on the appropriate thickness to the glass in place. .3 Glazing beads of glass: silicone or polyvinyl chloride resilient in adapting to the extruded form locking groove profiles of glass, the color selected for installation in aluminum moldings. .4 Mouldings clear anodized extruded aluminum, shaped as indicated in the drawings. Adhesive .5 mirrors, chemically compatible with the coating of the mirror and the wall bracket as as recommended by the manufacturer. .6 Decorative film: self-adhesive film to be applied to opalescent glass on the inside of the room. See schedule of doors and frames to locate the film. .1 Acceptable Product: "Dia-Tex DĂŠcolite series of Madico," "equivalent product from 3M" or approved equivalent. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 Inspections .1 Verify that openings for glazing are well sized and they meet the tolerances. .2 Check that the back surfaces as well as profiles of windows are clean and free of obstruction, and they are ready to receive glazing. 3.2 PREPARATORY WORK .1 Clean the contact surfaces with solvent and dry with a cloth. .2 Seal recessed surfaces and profiles of porous glass with a paint layer print or a sealant compatible with the media. 3.3 Quality PERFORMANCE .1 The work of this section require close cooperation with the work of several other sections to dimensions, openings, joints, the quality of execution, installation and delivery times. Make all arrangements for this collaboration operation between the parties. .2 Do not cut or break in the glass, heat-treated or provided with a coating. .3 Remove protective coatings, clean the contact surfaces with solvent and dry.


Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 80 50 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Glazing (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 4 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .4 Apply a primer coat sealing the contact surfaces. .5 Place setting blocks according to the manufacturer's instructions. .6 Put the glass in place, press the setting blocks and provide a sure grip on all perimeter. .7 Place the removable glazing beads and avoid moving the adhesive tape. .8 Leave a space of at least 3 mm at the edges according to the size of the glass. .9 Insert shims devices to properly center the glass in the frame. Maintain holds 6 mm below the line of vision. .10 When frames and moldings are indicated, install a continuous perimeter of glass panels, and cut corners to get miter joints, tight. 3.4 Mounting GLASS PANELS - INDOOR .1 Mounting gaskets extruded crimping .1 Unpack and extend the joints on a flat surface and warm so they can resume shape. .2 Install the seals by compressing them in the sections starting setters for corners go to the center. .3 Install seal assembly crimp / crimp section following the manufacturer's instructions. 3.5 INSTALLING MIRROR .1 Install mirrors where indicated by an adhesive applied in accordance with the manufacturer of the product used, and ensure they are plumb and level. 3.6 CLEANING .1 Remove the finished surfaces of any sealant or compound used in the glazing. .2 Remove all labels, once the work is completed. .3 Clean the glass panels. 3.7 DECORATIVE FILM .1 Cut the edges of the film rights and square. .2 Place the film on the glass behind the glazing beads, unless otherwise indicated in the drawings. .3 Cut the edges of the film at least 3 mm from the edge of the glass panel in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions. .4 Install and secure the film on the glass, one piece (seamless), according to the instructions from the manufacturer.


Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital SECTION 08 80 50 3 new accelerators - Radiation Oncology Glazing (Redevelopment of rooms) HMR record: 11-016-01 / Folder JLP: 3491 Page 5 Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et AssociĂŠs Architectes .5 Use clean water to remove the protective coating is soluble in water covering the face glued the film. .6 Use only water and another solution for easy positioning of the film. .7 Remove excess water that has accumulated between the film and the glass. .8 Remove surplus materials from the place of work and put them in their original state. .9 Inspection: .1 Return to the work site after 30 days but not later than 40 days for perform the final cleaning and inspection of the films installed. .2 In reviewing the finished surfaces in the light of day a distance of at least 2.0 m, ensure they are free of blisters, bubbles, tears, scratches and they show no defects on the edges, the film does not delaminate and that it not present ripples could affect the vision. .3 Clean the inside and the outside wall of each glass panel coated with a film with a cleaning solution recommended by the manufacturer of the film. END OF SECTION


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