PUR-04 08/12/2013
PROCUREMENT SERVICES
Cypress Creek Center
Phone 954-201-7455
Fax 954-201-7330
www.broward.edu/community/vendor/
PURCHASING BID LIMITS
The Purchasing Department shall convert the purchase requisition to a purchase order by
following the competitive pricing procedures approved by the District Board of Trustees.
Broward College Procurement Policy/Procedure Requirements, A6Hx2-6.34
(Effective 05/28/2013)
Florida Department of Education, Rules of Community Colleges, Rule 6A-14.0734 and
Florida Statutes 287.017
State Approved Purchasing Dollar Thresholds
PURCHASES UP
TO $10,000.00
$0.00 to $10,000.00: No formal or informal competition is required:
The requesting department shall obtain (1) one quote identifying the
best value for the required commodity or service. Note, a statement of
work (SOW) must be provided if services are requested. SDB
(A6Hx2.6.36) vendors listed on the College’s vendor database should
be contacted, if practicable.
$10,000.01 to
$35,000.00
$10,000.01 up to Category (2) two (currently $35,000.00) per
Florida Statute Section 287.017, Three Quotes: The requesting
department shall obtain three (3) quotes providing the best value for the
required commodity or service. However, a statement of work (SOW)
must be provided it services are requested. At least three (3) available
vendors should be contacted, of which at least (2) should be SDB
(A6Hx2.6.36) vendors listed on the College’s vendor database, if
practicable.
$35,000.01 to
$65,000.00
$35,000.01 up to Category (3) three (currently $65,000.00) pre
Florida Statute Section 287.017, A Request to Quote: The
Procurement Services Department, shall process a Request to Quote,
with detailed specifications of what is required (provided by the
Requesting Department). SDB (A6Hx2.6.36) vendors, if practicable, as
listed on the College’s vendor database, shall be contacted.
$65,000.00 or
greater
Category (3) three (currently $65,000) per Florida Statutes Section
287.017, or greater, Formal Solicitation: For purchases exceeding
category (3) three the College must release a formal competitive
solicitation for goods or services. The College must advertise that it is
seeking goods or services, allow the public at large to compete for
award of the contract.
APPENDIX 00 01 PURCHASING BID LIMITS
Rev. 5-2-19
Page 1 of 1 Broward College Facility Form
Notice To Proceed Revision 5-1-19
NOTICE TO PROCEED
TO CONTRACTOR
Date:
Project:
Project Number:
To: (Name of Construction Manager)
Contract For: (Description of project)
You are hereby notified that the Contract Times stated for the above project will commence on
(Date). On that date, start performing the obligations required by the Contract Documents.
Duration of the project is ____business days with a required Substantial Completion date of
(Date).
Before commencing Work at the Project Site, deliver the certificates of insurance and payment
and performance bond as applicable and as required by the Contract Documents to the Owner.
OWNER
Broward College Authorized Owner’s Representative
_________________________________Date___________
Authorized Signature
Name, Senior Project Manager
CONTRACTOR
Contractor’s Authorized Representative
_________________________________Date___________
Authorized Signature
Company: _______________________________________
Name: __________________________________________
Title: ___________________________________________
Enclosures: Approved GMP and Approved PO
cc: Contract Administrator, Project Manager, Construction Manager, Construction Files
APPENDIX 00 02 NOTICE TO PROCEED
click to sign
signature
click to edit
Last updated: 5/02/2019
Broward College Facilities Management
Access Control Communication Matrix
Our Mission:
Our Mission is to support and stimulate the educational goals of the college by constructing and maintaining safe, sustainable and inspirational
environments while balancing our financial resources, leveraging the talent of local engineering, design, and construction professionals and
maintaining relationships with the communities that support us.
Our goal for communicating with the Access Control Manager:
Our goal is to involve the Access Control Manager in our projects early on to avoid changes later in the project. The following steps will be taken:
1. The Access Control Manager will be invited to the Facilities Design and Construction monthly meetings to review status of projects.
2. The Access Control Manager will review the Construction Documents at 30% completion to place the location of the devices required.
3. The Access Control Manager will confirm location of the devices and complete scope on the 90% complete Construction Documents.
4. For all new construction and renovation projects the Access Control vendor will submit their proposal to the Construction Manager.
5. The Access Control Manager will assist as the BCPM during the construction for Access Control scope.
6. The Access Control Manager will be responsible to request proposal and request purchase order for specific access control projects not
related to new construction or renovation projects.
Title Responsibilities/ Roles Name Phone Number Email Address
Budget and Planning Division
District Director of Planning &
Capital Budgets
Master Plan/ Workday/ Budget/ Planning Mark Griffin 954-201-6361 mgriffin@broward.edu
Design and Construction Division
District Director of Design &
Construction
Budget/ Plan/ Oversee Const. & Renov Process Deborah Czubkowski 954-201-6900 dczubkow@broward.edu
Senior Construction PM North
Campus
Main contact for North Campus, Cypress, Coral
Springs
Nelson Goris 954-201-2550 ngoris@broward.edu
Senior Construction PM Central
Campus
Main contact for Central Campus, Tigertail & DTC Priscila Fort 954-201-6975 pfort1@broward.edu
Senior Construction PM South
Campus
Main contact for South Campus, Miramar,
Pembroke Pines & Miramar West.
Robert Bellot 954-201-8706 rbellot@broward.edu
Captain, Campus Safety College Wide Access Control Project Manager Joseph Carriker 954-201-5324 jcarrike@broward.edu
Manager, Physical Security
Technology
College Wide Access Control Project Manager Timothy Andrasek 954-201-5326 tandrase@broward.edu
APPENDIX 01 01 SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL
APPENDIX 01 02 PODIUM DESIGN
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Rev. 5-2-19
TOP VIEW
3D DRAWING - RIGHT UNIT SHOWN
FRONT VIEW
BACK (GUEST) VIEW
BACK (GUEST) VIEW
APPENDIX 01 02 PODIUM DESIGN
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APPENDIX 00 03 BC ROOF NUMBER IDENTIFICATION
Rev. 5-2-19
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PRESIDENT
CAMPUS PRESIDENT
ARCHITECT
CONTRACTOR
COMPLETED
Sample:
Please confirm
information prior to
production
SPECIFICATIONS
5/16'' aluminum
Recessed copy painted Black
Semi-gloss Satin
Blind mount w/standard studs
Qty. 1
Gloria M. Fernandez Banks
David R. Maymon
Matthew Caldwell
Mike Rump
Gregory Adam Haile
Health Science Simulation Center
APPENDIX 01 04 ALUMINUM PLAQUE
Rev. 5-2-19
EQUIPMENT FORM
Item
Number
Equipment Standard Equipment Description
Equipment
Category
Mnftr Model Number
Installation
Date
Standard Price
Serial
Number
Other
1 AHU Air Handling Unit EMS York AP36FSFC25x22 15,000.00$
APPENDIX 00 05 EQUIPMENT INFORMATION FORM
Rev. 5-2-19
Item
Number
Equipment Standard Equipment Description Life Expectancy Amperage Equipment BTU Size / Capacity Phase Power Voltage
1 AHU Air Handling Unit 20 years
BrowardCollegeFacilitiesMgmt.
3501SWDavieRd.
Davie,Florida33314
Phone:(954)201-6971
Fax:(954)201-6444
Project: 1021-C18-01.0-B-21VaultLid
3501SWDavieRd.
Davie,Florida33314
Pre-Construction Meeting (Building) Agenda
MEETING DATE: // MEETING TIME:
MEETING LOCATION:
OVERVIEW:
Thepurposeofthismeetingistointroduceeveryoneinvolvewiththeprojectanddiscussthepre-constructionagendaandprojectscope.
ATTACHMENTS:
ATTENDEES:
Name Company Phone Number Email
Introductions & Attendance Sign-In
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
1.1 1 Intro High Open
Communication
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
2.1 1 InformationDistribution High Open
Superintendent
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
3.1 1 ContactonSite High Open
Description:
ContractorwillhaveacompetentSuperintendentonsiteatalltimeswhenworkistakingplace.
Use of the Site
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
4.1 1 ProjectLimits High Open
Description:
Contractorwillbeinchargeofthesiteinsidetheprojectlimits.
Project Scope and Intent
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
5.1 1 Demolition High Open
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Rev. 5-2-19
Insert Project Name
and brief description
5.2 1 Construction High Open
Construction Schedule / Coordination
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
6.1 1 Duration Medium Open
6.2 1 ContractDates Medium Open
6.3 1 HoursofOperation High Open
6.4 1
MovingOccupants,Materials,
Equipment,etc.
High Open
Staging Area and Job Site Use
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
7.1 1 Requirements Medium Open
Description:
1.Plans&specsrequirements
2.Siteaccess-keys/badges/etc.
3.Jobsigns-coordinatewithBC
4.Jobtrailerandparking(personal&companyvehicles)
5.Securityandtemporaryfencing
6.Materialand/ordebrisstorage&disposal
7.Deliveries&dailyaccess
8.Disposalinaccordancewithdocuments
9.Salvagematerials
10.Ownerfurnisheditems-delivery&coordination
11.Hazardousmaterials
12.Existingconditionsofsite
a.documentandreviewwithowner&architect/engineerbeforeconstruction
b.correctand/orrestoreanydamagetooriginalconditions
13.Useofowner'sproperty,power,water,telephone&otherfacilities
a.notifyownerofanychanges
Jobsite Noise & Dust Control
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
8.1 1 ImportantAspects High Open
Description:
Respectusers.Thistoincludebutnotlimitedtostudents,clients,facultyandstaff.Noloudmusicorfoullanguage.
Utility Locates
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
9.1 1 Requirement High Open
Description:
Sunshine811:
1. Everyexcavationrequirespubliclocates.
2. Markworkareaappropriately.
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3. Request48hourspriortostartingwork.
4. Seeadditionalinformationontheirwebsite:http://www.sunshine811.com/
PrivateUtilityLocationServices:
Inadditiontopublicutilitylocates,GPR(GroundPenetratingRadar)undergroundutilitylocatesrequiredbyBCpriortoany
excavation.
UndergroundUtilityPlans:
ContactBCProjectManagerforundergroundutilityplans.
Meetings & Inspections
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
10.1 1 SiteInspections High Open
10.2 1 Progress/CoordinationMeetings Medium Open
10.3 1
Architect&Sub-consultantsProject
Visits
High Open
10.4 1 Pre-installation&Start-UpMeetings High Open
Quality Control
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
11.1 1 Contractor’sResponsibility High Open
11.2 1 OwnersExpectsGoodQuality High Open
11.3 1 UnacceptableWork High Open
Job Site Record Keeping
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
12.1 1 ContractDocuments High Open
12.2 1 MaintainingAs-BuiltConditions High Open
12.3 1 Documents High Open
Description:
RFIs,CCDs,ChangeOrders,DailyLogs,Submittals,ShopDrawings,etc.
12.4 1 PhotoDocumentation Medium Open
Description:
1.Provideexistingandprogressphotos
2.UploadphotosinProcore-PhotoAlbum-GCProgressPhotos
State Forms
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
13.1 1 Documentation High Open
Description:
1.Contractormustuse.
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2.Cangetoffwebpage-http://architecture.mt.gov/forms/standardforms.asp
Submittals
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
14.1 1 Pre-ConstructionSubmittals High Open
Description:
1.Schedule-milestone,criticaldatesandtwo/threeweeklookahead
2.Scheduleofvalues-breakdownbydivision-labor&materialsatminimum
3.Listofsubcontractors&suppliers
14.2 1 Documents High Open
Description:
1.Submittalschedule
2.longlead/specialitems
3.Numberofcopies&whogets
4.Responsetime
5.Substitutions
6.Format
Request for Payment
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
15.1 1 SubmittalProcess Medium Open
Description:
1.Procore
2.Pencilcopysubmittedbeforeoriginalcopy
3.Accompaniedbyupdatedscheduleifchanges
4.Lienreleases
Questions & Clarifications
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
16.1 1 RFIs,ResponseTime&RFILog Medium Open
Modifications and /or Changes
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
17.1 1 Prerequisitions High Open
Description:
Approvalfromarchitect/engineerbeforeproceedingwiththechanges
17.2 1 Steps High Open
Description:
1.RFIs
2.Contractororarchitect/engineercostproposal
3.Constructioncontingencyadjustment(CCA)
4.Constructionchangedirective-changeorder
5.Meetingtodiscusschangeorders&proposals
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Claims & Delays
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
18.1 1 Requirements Medium Open
Description:
1.Processexplainedincontractdocuments
2.Liquidateddamages
Construction Methods and Safety Procedures (Comply with OSHA)
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
19.1 1 Procedure High Open
Description:
1.Means&methods-contractor'ssoleprerogative
2.Safety-responsibilityofthecontractor
3.Safety&constructionsigns-contractor'sresponsibility
Testing & Inspections
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
20.1 1 Responsibilities&Requirements High Open
Description:
1.Typeoftest
2.Testingconsultant
3.Whogetscopiesofreports?
4.Contractorresponsibleforretest
5.Qualityassurancebyownerisnotsubstituteforqualitycontrolbycontractor
Commissioning
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
21.1 1 Responsibilities&Requirements High Open
Training
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
22.1 1 Requirements Medium Open
Description:
1.Followoutlineinspecs
2.Submitagendaandlistofattendance
3.CoordinatewithBC
Substantial Completion
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
23.1 1 CompletedPrerequisites High Open
Description:
1.Contractualobligationsfulfilled
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2.Formerlynotifyarchitectorengineerforsubstantialinspection
3.O&Mmanuals-submitaspackage,notbits&pieces
4.As-builtDrawings
Warranty
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
24.1 1 SubstantialCompletion High Open
Description:
Startsatsubstantialcompletionandendsone(1)yearfromcertificateofcompletionorcertificateofoccupancy.
Final Acceptance / Closeout
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
25.1 1 Requirements High Open
Description:
1.ContractualobligationsfulfilledincludingConsentofSuretyandContractor'sAffidavit
2.Datearchitect/engineersignsfinalpaymentapplication
3.Formallynotifyarchitect/engineerforfinalinspection
4.Punchlistcompleted
Concerns of the Facility User
No Meeting Origin Title Assignment Due Date Priority Status
26.1 1 Questions High Open
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Specifications for Land Surveys
January 2014
Version 01.2014
APPENDIX 00 07 BC SURVEY SPECIFICATIONS
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BROWARD COLLEGE
SPECIFICATIONS FOR LAND SURVEYS
January 2014
Broward College (BC) requires surveys to be performed from time to time to support the design
of improvements at BC’s various campuses. Before beginning field work the surveyor must
meet with BC Staff to determine the site limits, scope of work, and gain insight into the purpose
of the survey. Field work, in most cases, will take place during normal operational hours, so
consideration must be made to not disturb the students or faculty. The surveyor should consult
with staff to coordinate access and gain any security clearances that may be needed, before
scheduling field work.
All survey work shall meet the Florida Regulations 5J-17.050 - Minimum Technical Standards for
Surveying and Mapping, as well as the specifications set forth herein.
DEFINITIONS:
As used in these specifications, the following survey types have the following meanings:
1) As-Built Survey or Record Survey: a survey performed to obtain horizontal and/or
vertical dimensional data so that constructed improvements may be located and
delineated.
2) Topographic Survey: a survey of selected natural and artificial features of a part of the
earth’s surface to determine horizontal and vertical spatial relations.
3) Boundary Survey: a survey of which the primary purpose is to document the perimeters,
or any one of them, of a parcel or tract of land by establishing or re-establishing corners,
monuments, and boundary lines for the purposes of describing the parcel, locating fixed
improvements on the parcel, dividing the parcel, or platting the parcel.
4) Construction Layout Survey: the measurements made prior to or while construction is in
progress to control elevation, configuration, and horizontal position and dimensions.
5) Control Survey: a survey which provides horizontal or vertical position data for the
support or control of subordinate surveys or for mapping.
6) Specific or Special Purpose Survey: a survey performed for a purpose other than the
purposes detailed in paragraphs (1-5).
7) Map of Survey (or Survey Map): a graphical or digital depiction of the facts of size,
shape, identity, and location as determined by a survey. The Map of Survey must clearly
state the survey type as defined above.
8) Benchmark: a relatively permanent object having a marked point whose elevation is
known relative to a defined vertical datum.
9) Control Point: a relatively permanent object having a marked point whose horizontal
position is known relative to a defined horizontal datum.
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SURVEY ACCURACY:
1) Horizontal control shall be based on the Florida State Plane Coordinate System, North
American Datum (NAD) 83/90, Florida East Zone.
2) Vertical control (elevations) shall be based on North American Vertical Datum with 1988
adjustment (NAVD 88) vertical datum.
3) The accuracy of the survey measurements shall meet or exceed third-order accuracy as
defined by National Geodetic Survey/ National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration
(NGS/NOAA).
4) Distance Accuracy: Third Order, class II………………………1:10,000
5) Elevation Accuracy: Third-order
6) When statistical procedures are used to calculate survey accuracies, the maximum
acceptable positional tolerance, based on the ninety-five (95) percent confidence level,
should meet the same equivalent relative distance standards as set forth above.
7) Horizontal control established by conventional surveying equipment should be based on
a closed traverse.
8) Horizontal control established with Global Positioning System (GPS) should be
redundantly located to ensure the integrity of the coordinate data.
9) Vertical control should be based on a closed level loop. The level loop should originate
at a published governmental benchmark and checked to a second benchmark, when
possible.
10) All measurements shall be made in United States Survey feet.
GENERAL MAP REQUIREMENTS:
1) All maps must be drafted in accordance with BC’s Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
standards utilizing the latest version of AutoCAD. Unless otherwise specified, all
drawings will be produced on 24” x 36” format.
2) Clearly state the type of survey (as-built, topographic, boundary, etc.) being performed.
In the case of a Specific or Special Purpose Survey clearly state the purpose. For
example, Specific Purpose (Tree) Survey.
3) All survey maps must reflect a survey date. The survey date is the last date of field data
acquisition. When revisions are made to the drawing, the map must list the dates of
each revision and a brief description of the revisions made.
4) When special conditions exist that effectively prevent the survey from meeting these
specifications, the special conditions and any necessary deviation from the
specifications will be noted on the map.
5) When combinations of survey sources are utilized (aerial mapping, subsurface
excavations, etc.) the sources and responsibility for the mapped features must be clearly
stated on the map.
6) A statement of horizontal and vertical accuracy of the located features must be shown
on the map.
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7) The Intended Display Scale shall be shown on the map: “This map is intended to be
displayed at a scale of 1/__ or smaller.
8) A north arrow, graphic scale, and location sketch shall be shown on the map.
9) A survey note containing a bearing reference to a well-defined line. A baseline or
traverse leg is acceptable for this purpose.
10) A note describing the datum of the horizontal and vertical control (see section on
“Survey Accuracy,”), together with a description of the benchmarks and control points
of origin is required.
11) A legend of symbols and abbreviations indicating what each symbol and abbreviation
represents is required.
12) The map should be certified to Broward College, unless otherwise specified.
All surveys will be drawn utilizing the BC AutoCAD Survey Template File which contains
predefined layers, fixed blocks, and attribute blocks.
PRE-CONSTRUCTION DESIGN SURVEY:
Surveys being performed for the design of improvements, such as a new building, may be made
up of a single type of survey or a combination of survey types, as specified in the section on
“Definitions. At a minimum, Pre-Construction Design Surveys should reflect the following
items:
Survey Control:
1) See datum and accuracy requirements shown in the section on “Survey Accuracy.
2) A minimum of two horizontal control points with coordinates.
3) A minimum of two vertical control points (benchmarks) with elevations.
4) Horizontal and vertical control can be common to the same two points.
Surface Improvements:
1) The surveyor shall consult with the Project Manager and/or designated consultant, to
determine the minimum acceptable level of detail to support the design and
construction of improvements.
2) The location of surface improvements, including, but not limited to, the following:
buildings, decks, walks, pavement, walls, curbs, fences, signs and other significant
surface improvements that would affect the design.
3) Roadways and paved areas shall reflect striping and parking spaces. Parking spaces shall
be identified with the type and number of spaces.
4) The location of utility structures, including, but not limited to, the following: lift stations,
valves, hydrants, stand pipes, irrigation pumps, backflow preventers, manholes, catch
basins, meters, wire pull boxes, telephone enclosures, cable enclosures, fiber optic
markers, transformers, power poles, overhead wires, ground lights, and street lights.
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Topography:
1) The surveyors shall consult with the project manager to define the minimum level of
detail needed to define drainage patterns and critical slope requirements.
2) In open areas, elevations shall be measured at sufficient intervals to identify drainage
patterns and grade changes. In paved areas, elevations shall be measured at sufficient
intervals to identify drainage patterns and on the edge, centerline, and high and low
spots of the pavement.
3) Additional elevations and the frequency of elevations collected will be adjusted when
necessary to define a special condition or feature.
4) Elevations measured on hard surfaces (pavement and concrete) will be accurate to 0.02
feet, plus or minus. Elevations measured on soft surfaces (grass and dirt) will be
accurate to 0.1 feet, plus or minus.
5) The first floor elevation of existing buildings will be measured at the threshold and so
noted on the survey drawing.
6) Lakes, ponds, and drainage canals will be located to the edge of water at the time of the
survey.
Utilities:
1) Before utility locations begin, the surveyor will meet with BC Staff to identify and obtain
record documents reflecting utilities within the project limits.
2) Before excavation of utilities, the surveyor or utility locating consultant shall contact
Sunshine 811, a minimum of 24 hours in advance of any excavations.
3) When specified, manholes and catch basins will have the following elements identified:
rim, pipe inverts and bottom of structure elevation, pipe sizes and types. If structure is
not accessible and as-built measurements cannot be obtained, then the limiting
conditions shall be noted on the survey.
4) Unless otherwise directed, subsurface utilities will be located. Surveyor shall utilize a
qualified utility locator to designate and/or pot hole the subsurface utilities. Subsurface
utilities to be located include, but are not limited to, the following: gas, water and sewer
mains, water and sewer laterals, chilled water, electric transmission, recycled water,
telephone, and fiber optic lines.
5) The project architect or engineer will identify potential utility conflicts for identification.
The surveyor will coordinate with the utility locator and identify the utilities and location
of pot holes. Once the utility is exposed, the size, type of material, and elevation of the
utility will be measured and noted on the survey drawing.
Trees and Landscaping:
1) The surveyor will coordinate with BC Staff to identify trees and landscaping to be shown
on the survey. Unless specifically requested, ground cover, hedges and shrubs will not
be located.
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2) When specified, trees 2 caliper inches and larger will be located and have the following
information identified: tree species (common name), trunk diameter measured at
breast height, and tree number.
3) An aluminum tag will be affixed to the tree, with a non-destructive fastener, inscribed
with the identifying tree number.
4) Invasive trees such as Melaleuca, Brazilian Pepper, and Australian Pines will not be
located. For a complete list of invasive trees refer to the Broward County Land
Development Code.
5) Irrigation pumps, wells, and water intakes in lakes will be located and shown on the
survey. Unless specifically requested sprinklers and irrigation lines will not be shown on
the survey.
6) A tree table will be placed on the survey drawing listing the tree number, species, and
diameter at breast height.
7) A Microsoft Excel file containing the tree table shall be sent to the Project Manager.
DURING CONSTRUCTION:
As the project is constructed, BC Staff requires that the contractor maintain an ongoing record
of the improvements. This should be accomplished through a series of As-Built Surveys.
Underground utility as-builts are to be provided on a monthly basis to BC and prior to the utility
being covered and backfilled.
1) The contractor will retain a Florida Licensed Surveyor & Mapper to perform, record,
document, and certify any as-built measurements.
2) After a building’s foundation or ground floor is constructed the surveyor will locate the
structure and determine the relationship to controlling structures and features. BC staff
or their designated consultant will review the as-built location and confirm that the
location meets the design specifications. The elevation of the ground floor will be
measure and then verified.
3) The infrastructure will be as-built during the construction phase to facilitate an accurate
record of the placement and construction. The horizontal and vertical location of key
fittings will be noted on the design plans. All water and sewer main fittings will be
located along with the alignment of piping. At conflict locations, the clearance between
piping will be noted. Any deviation from the plan design will be clearly noted. The BC
Staff or their designated consultant will review the as-built data and confirm that it
meets the design specifications.
4) Gravity and storm sewer will have the rim and invert elevations; pipe sizes and types
verified and placed on the design plans. The BC Staff or design consultant will review the
as-built data and confirm that it meets the design specifications.
5) Rock as-built elevations will be measured in advance of paving. Elevations will be
measured approximately every 25 feet and at the following locations: High and Low
Points, edges of pavement and along flow lines, including all proposed design elevation
locations, to ensure that the finished rock has been graded in conformance with design
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plans. As-built data will be marked on the design plans and BC Staff or design consultant
will review the as-built data and confirm that it meets design specifications.
6) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramps and parking spaces will have detailed
elevations measured as needed to insure that they meet the ADA requirements. As-built
data will be marked on the design plans and BC Staff or there designated consultant will
review the as-built data and confirm that it meets the design specifications.
POST CONSTRUCTION AS-BUILT SURVEY:
1) Post construction the contractor will have the surveyor prepare a final survey of the
newly constructed improvements. The final survey will reflect the new buildings, decks,
walks, pavement, walls, curbs, fences, signs and other significant surface improvements.
2) Roadways and paved areas shall reflect striping and parking spaces. Parking spaces shall
be identified with the type and number of spaces.
3) The location of utility structures, including, but not limited to, the following: lift stations,
valves, hydrants, stand pipes, irrigation pumps, backflow preventers, manholes, catch
basins, meters, wire pull boxes, telephone enclosures, cable enclosures, fiber optic
markers, transformers, power poles, overhead wires, ground lights and street lights.
4) The first floor elevation of the building will be measured and a FEMA Flood Elevation
Certificate will be prepared for the completed building.
BROWARD COLLEGE CAD STANDARDS FOR LAND SURVEYS:
Survey Consultants are encouraged to familiarize themselves with recent existing BC project
files prior to commencing a project for BC, in order to achieve true conformity with the way
drawing files are to be produced. Below are some of the criteria, which must be followed. This
document may not cover all circumstances; therefore it is up to the consultant to secure the
pertinent information to any situation that may arise in a particular case that is not covered
here. All files submitted to BC shall be free of passwords or any other impediment to free their
use. BC reserves the right to direct a consultant as to the desired manner to proceed when a
situation is not addressed here.
Version:
All drawings shall be produced in AutoCAD and saved in AutoCAD 2014 version. Drawing files
submitted will be 100% AutoCAD DWG format and 100% editable, but at BCs discretion, may
be submitted in an un-editable media such as CD-ROM.
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The subsequent standards apply to 2D drawings only. Prior to producing any drawings from 3D
modeling software the project manager shall consult with the BC Staff.
The current version of AutoCAD at the time these standards are established is AutoCAD 2014.
These standards can only address those issues pertaining to that version of AutoCAD. If a new
version of AutoCAD is released prior to revising these standards, projects shall still be submitted
in AutoCAD 2014. Once BC upgrades to the newer version of AutoCAD, that version shall be the
official version and at the time BC shall determine if submittals in earlier versions are
acceptable. All drawing files in a project shall be saved in the same version of AutoCAD.
Scales:
All drawing plan-views and horizontal scale of profiles and cross-sections will be drawn in scale
1 : 1 in model space, and drawing accuracy shall be 0.01’ or better. That is, on a 'DIST' inquiry
between consecutive 100-foot stations on a baseline, the result should be 100.00'.
All surveys and details will be drawn 1:1 and then scaled in a paper space window. Certain
details need to be drawn with a different horizontal and vertical scale for clarity (canal or lake
cross-section); here all horizontal work must be proportional to itself and vertical work must be
proportional to itself.
Profiles shall be drawn as a contiguous entity and preferably in the same file as the plan view is
located.
There are however very few instances where it is not practical to draw details to any scale;
Where drawings are intended to be diagrammatic or schematic, and for those instances only, a
scale will not be required. Such drawings will be noted “NOT TO SCALE” or “NO SCALE”.
Plots for projects will be produced at a scale commonly used by the engineering and surveying
profession; (e.g. 1” = 20’, 1” = 30’, etc.). Following are examples of unacceptable scales: 1” =
27’, 1”=70’, etc.
Survey projects shall use decimal as linear units at all times, angular units shall be surveyor
(bearings) units.
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Vertical scale for cross-sections and profiles will be drawn to a scale in the same ratio as the
final plotted product. i.e. if the final plot is horizontal 1"= 20’, and the vertical 1"= 2', then the
vertical scale is 10 times that of the horizontal so it will be drawn 10 times larger than 1 : 1.
The practice of drawing at a scale different to 1:1, then making a block with the parts and
inserting the block to represent a 1:1 scale will be not be permitted, and such work is
unacceptable.
Drawing files that are not scale relevant, like index sheet, notes and schedules, shall fill the
scale attribute box with the notation “N/A”. The notation “NTS” or “NOT TO SCALE” shall be left
to those drawing files that are scalable, but are shown in a scale not measurable with a typical
engineer’s scale, like details, schematics, etc.
All measurements shall be made in U.S. Survey Feet. Projects shall use decimals as linear units
at all times. Angular units shall be surveyors (bearing) units. Angles shall be measured
counterclockwise and zero (0) shall be to the east.
Drawing:
Surveys in AutoCAD format shall not be cut or disseminated into several files in order to create
individual sheets.
Survey files shall not have parts deleted just because the proposed project does not cover those
portions. In that case open a paper space window that will show just the portion of survey
needed or use XCLIP.
Surveys SHALL NOT BE MOVED SPATIALLY within the drawing file, nor shall the consultant or BC
Staff, change the coordinate system to anything other than what was received from survey,
UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE. If a consultant furnished the survey it shall be in World
Coordinate System (WCS) and the survey shall have the north towards the top of the screen.
Sheets:
The standard title block/sheet border shall be inserted in “paper space”; it shall be inserted at
an XYZ scale of 1. Then the viewports can be zoomed at the appropriate XP scale, to produce
the desired final scale within the viewport, (several scales in various viewports are then
possible) and that way it will be plotted with a final size of 36X 24 at scale 1:1.
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All projects will be made to plot in a standard “ARCH D 36” X 24" sheet. The BC standard title
block/sheet border SHALL NOT be inserted with dissimilar 'x' and 'y' scales in order to plot in a
final size other than the standard.
Symbols & Entities:
Blocks will be issued with the most common symbols used in BC projects. From time to time
these symbols will be revised and/or new symbols will be added. If for any reason there is a
need to create a block either for local use or to keep for future projects, that block shall comply
with all BC CAD standards.
Standard issue symbols shall NOT be exploded, renamed or changed in any way. Objects that
are repeated throughout and/or that are depicted in an exaggerated scale for clarity (fire
hydrants, power poles, catch basins, street lamps, etc) shall be represented by a symbol. If a
symbol CAN be used it SHALL be used.
Whenever possible, make use of BC’s standard symbols and blocks. If a new symbol or block is
created, it shall be submitted to BC for approval. Approved symbols and blocks will be made
part of BC’s symbols library, royalty free. North arrows, graphical scales, logos, location maps
and other similar symbols shall be inserted as blocks and left unexploded.
Survey Consultants can insert their company logo or identification information in the form of a
block (symbol) and left unexploded. This block can be placed in all sheets including the cover
sheet within the drawing area of each sheet.
Dimensions shall be associative at all times and left at their default value, and shall NOT be
exploded.
Hatch patterns shall NOT be exploded. Hatch patterns and closed polylines forming the hatch
boundary shall be the only entities permitted on hatch layers.
Paper Space:
Paper space shall be used for title block/sheet border and viewports. No other entities shall be
placed there, especially notes that describe parts of model space entities (notes with a leader);
(exceptions: logos, captions, legends, general notes, etc.).
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Title block/sheet borders or cover sheets shall NOT be reference file.
All drawing entities will be confined within the sheet border. Extents of the drawing files shall
be to the edge of title block/sheet border. Multiple layouts are permitted, however only one
sheet border per layout is allowed.
Colors and Line weights:
BC will provide a color-dependent plot style table (CTB) to be used.
Drawing files submitted, shall make use of one of BC’s AutoCAD templates and symbol library.
All entities shall be located in their appropriate layer, and have a color and line type “BYLAYER”.
The project manager shall be the final judge of the plotted appearance of the drawings.
Consultant shall furnish a printed copy of all drawing files using BC’s CTB file for approval by BC.
Fonts:
Since fonts are not carried with the drawing files and are depend on the computer that is
running AutoCAD to find and use these font files, no third party or proprietary fonts shall be
used. Drawing files shall not make use of SHAPE files.
It is possible to automatically substitute fonts not found in the AutoCAD path. BC may (at their
discretion) substitute odd fonts with STANDARD.SHX.
Layers:
BC will provide a list of layer names, in .DWT format to be used. If there is a project for which
there are no layer names, the consultant shall provide a list of proposed layer names, for BC’s
approval, prior to their use. Once approved by BC, those layer names will become part of BC’s
list of layer names for all projects thereon or until revised.
No layer names, other than those in BC’s layer name list, will be present in drawing files.
Exceptions are those layer names automatically created by AutoCAD; "0", "DEFPOINTS",
"ASHADE".
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NOT ACCEPTED are layer names created by third party software or add-ons, including Autodesk
add-ons.
GENERAL ISSUES BEFORE SUBMITTAL:
All drawing files shall have all tabs (layouts) zoomed to EXTENTS, prior to any submittal to BC,
whether it is the final or a working submittal.
Consultants shall fill in total number of sheets in the tile block, prior to final submittal of
drawing files.
Consultants shall submit a hardcopy (bond, 36” X 24”), DWG and PDF files of the project
drawings together with any submittal in electronic format (CD, etc), when making partial and
final submittal of drawing files. Prior to all submittals, consultants shall coordinate with BC’s
project manager as to the method of creating PDF files, which will make prints satisfactory to
BC. All files submitted to BC shall be free of passwords or any other impediment to their free
use. PDFs shall be combined into a single file. Sheets shall be oriented landscape with the title
block to the right of the screen, arranged in the order that they are to be printed and the set
assembled matching the drawing index order.
DWG AutoCAD files shall not be compressed using zip or rar or any other compression scheme
when submitting files in an optical media (CD, DVD).
Submittals via FTP sites are not official submittals; and optical media (CD, DVD) is required.
When a project is assigned to a consultant who utilizes the collaboration of other sub-
consultants, said prime-consultant shall be responsible for all submittals of drawing files and
plot files. Said submittals shall be in the form of a single media (1 CD/DVD) to include the entire
project.
MISCELLANEOUS:
“MTEXT” (multiline text) shall be used in all cases where more than one line of text occurs and
where leaders are used.
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These standards are a detailed description of aspects in the creation of drawing files within
Surveying Profession. It is by no means the complete description of all the methods used, and it
is the consultant’s responsibility to alert BC of any point or situation which is not described in
these specifications, and which should be addressed. Also if a consultant, after reading these
standards and prior to commencing any drafting work, feels that there are points or items in
these standards which are not logical, or are onerous to abide by, they should notify BC Staff at
their earliest convenience and their views will be open to discussion.
Post Construction
Upon completion of construction, the contractor shall submit to the engineer of record one
complete set of “Record” construction drawings and a digital copy. These drawings shall be
made to show “As-Built” construction changes and dimensioned locations and elevations of all
improvements and shall be signed and sealed by a Florida licensed Surveyor and Mapper.
Record drawings are to represent actual field construction of the improvements. They are to
be signed and sealed by a Florida Professional Surveyor and Mapper, along with the proper
certification statement (further described below). The name, address and telephone number of
the firm of the certifying surveyor along with the contractor will also be included.
Upon project close-out, it may be necessary to prepare and provide a sketch and legal
description for incorporation into an agreement with a utility provider such as Florida Power &
Light or city utility department. Said sketch and legal description shall be prepared in a format,
suitable for recording in the public records of Broward County. All AutoCAD standards
previously mentioned shall apply.
The Record drawings are to include, but not be limited to the following information:
Record” in large bold letters.
Applicable scales: plans, profiles, details.
Location sketch and north arrow.
Identify right-of-way lines and clearly show property boundary lines. Give the names of
streets and public right-of-ways along with widths of proposed streets.
Location and elevation and datum of bench marks and source.
Location of building lines together with building numbers.
Show building finish floor elevations.
Fully identify all easements with their widths.
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Clearly show all utilities to be covered by an easement and verify they are within the
required easement.
All planned installations per the approved design drawings shall be shown on the As-
Built drawings, including the buildings, storm drainage, other utilities, asphalt roadways,
concrete walks, etc.
Any changes to the planned installations made during construction must be shown on
the as-built drawings.
Distances from right-of-way lines to utilities.
Service lines to be located at main and terminus.
Type of pipe size and material.
Meter size and location.
Unless instructed by the engineer or utility provider, the water and sewer system will be
located with station and offset from a baseline using the manholes of the sewer system
as the baseline. If it is not practical to utilize the sewer system manholes as a baseline
then the surveyor will contact the engineer of record so that a substitute baseline may
be chosen.
Elevations of the water system will be taken and shown at the:
o Top of pipe every 100 feet and at all deflection points or changes in direction.
o Top of all fittings, including the bends, tees, gate valves, backflow preventer’s,
DDCV, fire hydrants, etc.
o Tie-ins to existing lines.
o The ends of all water services to the building or homes or where the water line
terminates.
Elevations of the sewer system will be taken and shown at:
o All structures to include the rim and inverts.
o The stub ends of all sewer laterals, including the inverts of all cleanouts.
The length, size, material and slope of all sewer mains will be shown.
Drainage structures shall show the rim/grate elevation and inverts of all pipes. Pipe
information will include the size, material and length and if its perforated or non-
perforated. The length and width will also be shown for any adjoining exfiltration
trench.
Roadway elevations will be shown at the crown, edge of pavement, high and low points,
and right of way line at 100’ (Max.) or fraction thereof and at every location on the
approved design drawings shown with an elevation. If the as-built roadway elevations
shown were not taken on finish asphalt or concrete, a note will be boldly shown
indicating what stage of construction the elevations were taken, such as finish rock, first
lift of asphalt, etc.)
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Lake, pond, canal, and/or waterways shall be cross-sectioned at 100 foot (Max.)
intervals or fractions thereof. The cross section shall be referenced to a property line or
easement line, if possible or practical. Elevations will be shown at the top of bank, edge
of water, planted wetland vegetation, slope breakpoint(s), and bottom. The design
template shall be shown superimposed on each section.
Perimeter berms shall be cross-sectioned at 100 foot (Max.) intervals or fractions
thereof. The cross section shall be referenced to the property line with elevations
shown at the top of berm, property line, and toe of berm.
Drainage swales shall have flow line elevations shown at 100 foot (Max.) intervals or
fraction thereof.
Dry retention areas shall show top and bottom elevations at 100 foot (Max.) grid points
or fraction thereof.
Identify private systems such as lift stations, sewer, water and drainage lines and force
mains, not maintained by BC or utility providers.
Locate and identify any abandoned utility lines.
The following certification statement shall appear on all As-Built Submittals:
Surveyor’s Certification:
I hereby certify that the As-Built measurements shown hereon are true and correct to the
best of my knowledge and belief as surveyed in the field under my direction on
______________, 20___.
_____________________________________, P.S.M. #_____________________
“Record Drawing”
The information shown on this record drawing was supplied by:
________________________________________, Licensed Surveyor & Mapper #
_________________, in the State of Florida.
The Engineer’s signature and seal affixed to this drawing is only to be interpreted to
confirm that the information provided has been reviewed for conformance with all
applicable engineering design standards.
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Requirements for Plan Review of Construction Documents
Educational Facilities
Information in italics provides guidance or options.
Documents and Submittals. A board which undertakes the construction, remodeling,
renovation, lease, or lease-purchase of any educational plant or ancillary facility, or day
labor project, regardless of cost or fund source, shall develop policy and procedures for
the review of contract and construction documents as outlined in Section 1013.38
, F.S.,
permanent archival of plans, and submission of project data as requested to the
Department pursuant to § 1013.50
, F.S. Boards may submit construction documents to
the office for review and approval as prescribed in this section for new construction,
remodeling and renovation, regardless of estimated project cost. Construction
documents for relocatable classrooms shall be submitted to the Department of
Community Affairs, Manufactured Building Program, for review and approval.
Documents for projects shall conform to the appropriate sections of these State
Requirements.
For all projects over $200,000, the following forms shall be submitted to the Office of
Educational Facilities for the files:
OEF Form 110A - Prior to implementation of each project, the school board shall
provide a brief description of the facilities procurement process. The description
shall include the names of the architects and engineers of record for design; the
plan review entity; the contractor, construction manager, design-build and/or
program management entity; and the licensed building inspector/UBCI.
OEF Form 110B - Upon completion of each project, the school board shall
provide a signed Certificate of Occupancy, if applicable.
OEF 209 - Upon completion of each project, the school board shall provide a
copy of the signed Certificate of Final Inspection.
(1) Construction Documents (Phase III). The board shall approve construction/Phase
III documents which may be sent to the Office of Educational Facilities for code review
and approval.
(a) Delegation of Authority. Pursuant to § 1013.371
, F.S., the board may adopt
policies and procedures for delegation of authority to the superintendent or
president for submitting documents to the office for review and approval,
subsequent to and consistent with the board's approved scope, time frame,
funding source, and budget of a project.
(b) "Approval" or "Approval Withheld". Notice of "approval" of
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construction/Phase III documents, or an "approval withheld" of
construction/Phase III documents, will be issued to the administrator and the
project design professional. If approval is withheld from the construction/Phase III
documents, the board shall correct cited mandatories, submit corrected
documents to the office highlighting any changes from the original, and receive an
OEF approval letter.
(2) Reuse or Prototype Projects. The facilities list and construction documents shall
be updated, highlighting any changes from the original, to adapt to the new site and to
comply with the Florida Building Code, State Requirements for Educational Facilities,
and other current rules or codes in effect relating to safety-to-life, health and sanitation,
physically disabled, and any laws in effect at the time a design adaptation contract is
awarded. Florida Energy Efficiency Code (FEEC) and Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA)
documents shall also be updated to evaluate energy use and energy efficient designs.
(3) Document Submittal. When the board chooses to send documents to the office for
review, one (1) set of contract documents shall be submitted for review and approval, as
follows:
(a) General Requirements.
1. Submit OEF Form 208 "Letter of Transmittal" with construction
documents for review.
2. Record Set; Signed and Sealed/Statements of Compliance. Only
complete documents, signed and sealed by the design professionals, will
be accepted for review; in addition, these documents shall contain a
statement of compliance by the architect or engineer of record that "To the
best of my knowledge these drawings and the project manual are
complete, and comply with the Florida Building Code." This submittal is the
official record set of the bid documents, which will be permanently archived
by the department for the benefit of future boards.
3. When requested by the office, engineering calculations for mechanical,
electrical, and structural systems shall be submitted separately from
drawings and the project manual.
4. Changes to the construction documents may be made prior to contract
award by addenda and/or resubmittal of documents graphically indicating
the changes. Addenda and revised drawings shall be signed and sealed by
the design professionals and submitted to the office as they occur during
the bidding process for complete record set documentation. Change orders
which modify the construction may be forwarded to the office for complete
record set documentation.
5. Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) Data Summary Sheets 1, 2, 3. LCCA
shall be signed and sealed and submitted to the office for review and
approval with the construction documents.
6. Florida Energy Efficiency Code for Building Construction (FEEC). Submit
one (1) copy signed and sealed by a State of Florida registered design
professional. FEEC forms, including calculations for mechanical systems,
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documenting energy efficiency ratio rating of HVAC equipment, electrical
systems, insulation, and building envelope shall be included in the
submittal.
7. OEF Form 208A "Facility Space Chart/Net and Gross Square Footages"
or equivalent chart indicating all room names in the project, room numbers,
the number of square feet in each room, and design occupant capacity.
(b) Drawings. Documents shall be submitted on sheet sizes not to exceed thirty-
two (32) inches by forty-two (42) inches. The drawings shall include the following:
1. Site plans including, but not limited to, area location map, legal
description of property, demolition, excavation, utilities, finish grading,
landscaping, mechanical, electrical, civil/structural, and architectural site
plans.
a. Acreage, points of the compass, scale, contours and general
topographical conditions, flood zone and flood plain elevation, over-
all dimensions, adjacent highways, roads, emergency access, fire
hydrants, power transmission lines, ownership and use of adjacent
land, walks and paths, vehicle and bike parking areas, accessibility
for the disabled, service areas, play areas, bus and car loading
zones, existing buildings and use, location of proposed building(s)
and future additions, community use buildings, phased construction.
b. A statement should be included on the site plan identifying the
FEMA flood zone and flood plain elevation in which the project is
located. The statement shall be signed and dated by the A/E of
record.
c. Drainage, water retention ponds, sewage disposal and water
supply systems, and such physical features that may adversely affect
or enhance the safety, health, welfare, visual environment, or comfort
of the occupants.
d. Soil testing results.
2. Plans and details including, but not limited to:
a. Title sheets including a table of contents and statement of
compliance by the architect or engineer of record. Each discipline
shall have a list of abbreviations, schedule of material indications,
and schedule of notations and symbols at the beginning of their
section of the plans.
b. Architectural sheets including floor plans, door, window and finish
schedules, roof plans, elevations, sections, and details.
c. Floor plans showing points of the compass, over-all dimensions,
identity of each space, proposed door locations, accessibility for the
disabled, Florida Inventory of School House (FISH) numbers,
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occupant load of each space, proposed passive design and low
energy usage features, possible community service areas and
instructional spaces that can be converted to community use areas,
any existing buildings and use, future additions, and phased
construction. Indicate emergency public shelter design features, if
applicable.
d. A life-safety plan showing exits, accessibility for the disabled, fire
walls, fire resistance rated walls, rated doors, emergency wall
openings, smoke vents, master valves and emergency disconnects,
emergency lighting, emergency power equipment, fire extinguishers,
exit signs, smoke and fire dampers, working stage protection, range
and fume hoods, eye wash and emergency showers, protected
corridors, smoke barriers, fire alarm systems, room names and
numbers, or any other life-safety features relevant to the facility. The
life safety plan shall also show the fire sprinkler system if proposed.
By symbol, indicate connections and tie-ins to existing equipment.
e. A floor plan drawn at an architectural scale that will allow the entire
facility to be shown on one sheet, without breaklines.
f. Floor plans for additions to an existing facility shall indicate the
connections and tie-ins to the building, including all existing spaces,
exits, plumbing fixtures and locations, and any proposed changes
thereto. Distinguish between new and existing areas for renovation,
remodeling, or an addition.
g. Existing facilities to be remodeled or renovated may use either of
these accessibility lifts provided: sketches of proposed vertical
platform lifts, shall include layout drawings showing the effect of the
lift on existing corridor width and exiting from the affected facility;
sketches of proposed inclined wheelchair lift shall include layout
drawings showing the effect of the lift on the stairway width in the
folded and unfolded position, as well as the upper and lower platform
storage locations, and the sketches shall also show the effect on
exiting from the affected areas of the facility.
h. When planning open space schools, a floor plan should be
developed showing the methods used to permanently define the
means of egress, such as surface finish or color.
i. Exterior building elevations as necessary to show the general
character of the facility.
j. Typical building sections to show dimensions, proposed
construction materials, and elevations of finished floors and finished
ground grades.
k. Civil/Structural sheets including paving; drainage; water, sanitary
sewer, fire protection; foundation plans; floor plans; roof plans;
structural plans; sections; details; and pipe, culvert, beam, column,
wall and footing schedules.
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l. Mechanical sheets including floor plans; room names and
numbers; sections; details; riser diagrams; kitchen exhaust hoods;
and, equipment, fan, and fixture schedules, fixture locations and
fixture unit calculations.
m. Electrical sheets including floor plans; room names and numbers;
sections; details; riser diagrams; and, fixture and panel schedules.
n. A threshold building inspection plan, prepared by the A/E of
record, as set forth in § 553.79(5)
, F.S., including the name of a
certified threshold building inspector, shall be submitted to the office
for review and approval. A threshold building is any building greater
than three (3) stories or fifty (50) feet in height, or any building with
an assembly space that exceeds five thousand (5000) square feet in
area, and an occupant load of more than five hundred (500) persons.
(c) Project Manual. The project manual shall include, but not be limited to, the
following:
1. Title Page including a statement of compliance by the architect or
engineer of record.
2. Table of Contents.
3. Schedule of Drawings.
4. Invitation to Bid and Advertisement for Bids.
5. Instructions to Bidders, including date and time of bid opening and notice
of pre-bid conference.
6. Sample Forms. Include Public Entity Crime Form, Owner/Contractor
Agreement, Performance and Payment Bond, Change Order, Bid Form
which may require the general contractor's license number, may include a
subcontractors list and license numbers, and other project forms.
7. Bonding Requirements. Bonds are required on projects costing two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) or more. On projects with costs less
than two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000), bonds shall be at the
discretion of the board as follows:
a. Bid Security equaling five (5%) percent of the base bid. Security
shall be in the form of a certified check, cashier's check, treasurer's
check, or bank draft of any national or state bank.
b. Performance Bond and Materials and Payment Bond. Each bond
shall equal one hundred (100%) percent of the contract amount, and
shall be with a surety insurer authorized to do business in Florida
and complying with § 255.05
, F.S.
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. Where the contract amount does not exceed five hundred
thousand dollars ($500,000) the board shall not refuse a bonding
company which meets the provisions of § 287.0935
, F.S.
8. Insurance Requirements. The project shall be covered by the following
insurance, with limits as required by law:
a. Worker's compensation and employer's liability.
b. Public liability to include personal injury, bodily injury, and property
damage.
c. Products and completed operations liability.
d. Owner's protective liability.
e. Business automobile liability, including owned, non-owned, and
hired automobiles.
f. Property all-risks coverage to one hundred (100%) percent of the
value at risk. This is subject to the deductibles acceptable to the
board.
g. Boiler and machinery insurance as required.
9. General Conditions and Supplementary Conditions including, but not
limited to, the following:
a. Deductive alternates must be used if bidding is to take place on a
project where funds are in jeopardy of reversion and a rebid process
would not be possible within remaining time available, and the board
wants to preserve the option to negotiate with the apparent low
bidder.
b. Notice of time limit and method of payment to the contractor
including final payment.
c. Time limit in which the construction is to be completed.
d. The penalty to be paid by the contractor for failure to comply with
the time limits of the contract.
e. Federal wage rates and hourly scales shall be used where
required by federal fund source. Federal wage rates shall be secured
from the Federal Department of Labor. When using a Federal wage
rate, Federal workers compensation must also be used. Federal
wage rates are not required for construction projects financed totally
from local or state funds.
f. Where projects include trenching which exceeds a depth of five (5)
feet reference shall be made to the trench safety standard as
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required by § 553.63 and 553.6
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, F.S.
g. For projects including asbestos abatement, a board may indemnify
and hold harmless an asbestos consultant against acts of omission
or release of contaminants during asbestos abatement activities in
accordance with § 255.551
through 255.565, F.S.
h. Include a listing of all toxic substances enumerated in the Florida
Substance List established pursuant to § 442.103
, F.S., that are to
be used in the construction, repair, or maintenance of educational
facilities, and before use, the contractor shall notify the district
superintendent or college president, and the administrator, in writing
at least three (3) working days prior to using the substance. The
notification shall contain: the name of the substance to be used;
where the substance is to be use and when the substance is to be
used. A copy of a material safety data sheet as defined in § 442.102,
F.S., for each such substance shall be included in the notification.
The administrator shall take all reasonable actions to ensure that the
contractor complies with the safety precautions and handling
instructions set forth in the material safety data sheet for each
substance used so that usage of the substance poses no threat to
the health and safety of students, school personnel, and the general
public.
i. A provision setting forth who should pay for standard tests of
concrete, plumbing, electrical, steel and others as required by
industry standards.
j. A provision setting forth who should pay for the testing of
questionable installations, procedures, products, or materials in the
construction phase.
k. Test and balance services for HVAC systems should be provided
by a company employed by the board.
l. The board may include an incentive in the contract for early
completion of the project.
10. Specifications. Written requirements for materials, equipment,
construction systems, standards, workmanship, and performance of related
services.
11. Addenda.
(4) Community College Master Plan. Proposed buildings shall conform with the
approved campus development plan. Changes to the campus development plan shall
be updated every five (5) years.
(5) Building Permit. The procedure for the Department of Education to issue a building
permit is as follows:
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(a) Submit Phase III Construction Documents for Review.
(b) Have your local certified fire safety inspector review and approve the phase III
Construction Documents.
(c) Make all required corrections to the Phase III documents to satisfy all
mandatories. Provide documentation to satisfy these mandatories to the Office of
Educational Facilities (OEF).
(d) Your receipt of the Phase III Approval Letter allows the school
district/community college to award the construction contract to a licensed
contractor.
(e) Verify that the contractor meets all required insurance requirements and that
the contractor's license is current.
(f) Obtain all other required permits for the project.
(g) Complete the two-page Building Permit Application (OEF Form 220).
(h) Submit two signed and sealed sets
of corrected Phase III Construction
Documents that also contain all other required permit stamps, along with the
Building Permit Application (OEF Form 220) to OEF.
(i) Upon OEF's receipt of the documents, verification that all mandatories have
been satisfied, and that the contractor's license is current, OEF will issue a
Building Permit (OEF Form 225). One set of Construction Documents will be
stamped and returned to the district/community college along with the building
permit. This set of Construction Documents is required to be kept on the job site
for the inspector's use, and the building permit is required to be posted on the job
site.
(6) Annual Maintenance Permit. If OEF is the entity issuing your building permits, we
can also issue your Annual Maintenance Permit. To obtain an Annual Maintenance
Permit, submit a written request including a description of the procedures the district will
use to enforce the requirements of statutes and the Florida Building Code for projects
that fall under the Annual Maintenance Permit. This description should include who will
be performing required inspections and how each project is going to be documented
and tracked for code compliance. Upon receipt of this information, an Annual
Maintenance Permit (OEF Form 226) will be issued to the district/community college.
Contact
Office of Educational Facilities
824 Turlington Building
325 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
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Telephone: 850-245-9245
Fax: 850-245-9243
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2018
Audiovisual Standards
April 23, 2018
Ver 3.0
THIS DOCUMENT IS A WORK IN PROGRESS AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
THE DETAILS SHOWN IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE TO BE USED AS REFERENCE AND WILL NEED
TO BE MODIFIED TO EACH INDIVIDUAL PROJECT.
APPENDIX 01 09 AUDIOVISUAL STANDARDS 2018
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STANDARDS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
1) Classroom Standards 3-6
2) Conference Room Standards 7-18
3) Information Display Standards 19
4) AV Project Installation Detail 20-21
5) Podium Detail 22
6) LCD Display Mounting Detail 23-25
7) Class Room Interactive Displays 26-28
8) Podium Mounted AV Controls 29-32
9) Video Conferencing 33-34
10) Infrastructure Detail 35-43
11) Podium Detail 44-46
12) Rolling Podium Detail 47-49
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Class Room
STANDARDS
Standard Classroom
Purpose: The standard classroom will typically seat between 20 and 40 students. The largest projection
screen possible will be installed based on the ceiling height. In some cases two projectors and
screens may need to be installed in wide format rooms.
Furniture:
Podium and Chair College standard for most classrooms. Science installations require a different podium with
a chemical resistant top. The BC facilities interior designer can obtain these specifications.
Display:
Standard:
Epson Projector or college approved replacement model
Draper Recessed 16:10 8' Projection Screen equivalent - 50" H X 80" W Viewing Area
Computer:
College standard podium computer
LCD Monitor with side-mounted USB ports
Audio and Controls:
Ceiling mounted speakers
Compact audio amp installed in podium
Crestron Video and Audio switching/amplification
Crestron LCD Touch Panel Control
Remote Management via Crestron Fusion
Crestron Occupancy Sensor
Typical Classroom Install:
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Class Room
STANDARDS
NOTE:
IN LIMITED CASES POWER, VIDEO, AND DATA TO THE PODIUM WILL TERMINATE FROM A FLOOR BOX. THE
CONTRACTOR WILL PROVIDE A FLOOR BOX UNDER TEACHING STATION AND (2) 1-1/2” CONDUITS TERMINATED IN
THE CEILING CLOSEST TO THE PODIUM. POWER WILL BE LOCATED UNDER THE TEACHING STATION.
SEE PODIUM LAYOUT
PRJ-01
Epson LCD Projector and Chief
RPA Elite Security Mount
Installed by AV Vendor
Power Location will be
provided to Electrician by AV
Vendor
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Unless otherwise noted during site inspection the following installation standards shall apply:
Standard Classroom Layouts:
1) Projection Screen will be centered on front wall of classroom if possible. Projector and screen location may change
based on ceiling obstructions or other structural features. If a door opening exists, screen will be centered between door
and adjacent wall.
2) When the front of the class is also the wall with the entry door, the teaching station will be located to the side of the
projection screen away from the door (See Fig 1)
3) FSR or multimedia box will be in the adjacent wall to the Podium (See Fig. 1 & 2). In the event the FSR box cannot be
located at the podium side, the FSR box will be located behind the podium as close to the wall corner as possible to
avoid a trip hazard causes by podium umbilical cord.
4) Projector screen switch and emergency phone shall be located above the FSR box mounted and proper height to meet
Code Compliance. (See Fig. 1)
5) When the front of the class is opposite the wall with the entry door, the teaching station will be located to the side of the
projection screen diagonal from the door (Fig 1 & 2).
6) Projector installed at the midpoint of the throw distance for the projector.
7) Speakers will be ceiling mounted to provide consistent sound volume over the seating area. Location and quantity will be
identified during site inspection.
8) Audiovisual components may vary based on application. BC AV Solutions Leadership and Facilities Management must
approve any variation from standard configurations.
9) BC AV Solutions Leadership will select computer used in podium.
10) Approved specs for Teaching Station/Stool (See Table 1)
Manufacturer
Description
Part Number
AV VENDOR ROLLING RACK PODIUM
To be provided by awarded
vendor
KI LEFT PODIUM
KI RIGHT PODIUM
KI
STOOL
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STANDARD CONFERENCE ROOM A/V CONFIGURATIONS
CONFERENCE ROOM “A”
6 Seats or Less
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CONFERENCE ROOM “A”
CONFERENCE ROOM “A” (6 seats or less)
Purpose: The configuration “A” or Small Conference Room typically seats less than six. The purpose of the
conference room is for small team or department meetings and video conferencing using Microsoft
Lync. This conference room is not intended for academic instruction.
Furniture:
Table Dimensions: (Provided by BC Interior Design Specialist)
Chairs: (Provided by BC Interior Design Specialist)
Display:
Standard:
Epson Projector or college approved replacement model
Draper Recessed 16:10 8' Projection Screen equivalent - 50" H X 80" W Viewing Area
Optional:
70” Professional Grade LCD/LED Display, wall-mounted
If necessary, vendor will supply an OTA digital antenna and HD tuner for LCD Displays and projectors in
conference room configurations.
Computer:
College standard podium computer Installed in credenza or under table
RF Wireless keyboard and mouse
Audio and Controls:
Crestron Mercury
Video Conferencing Camera:
Standard:
Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1080p Video, Auto Focus
Conference Phone
Crestron Mercury will provide audio from Skype/MS Teams.
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CONFERENCE ROOM “B”
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CONFERENCE ROOM “B”
CONFERENCE ROOM “B
(6 – 12 seats)
Purpose: The configuration “B” or Medium Conference Room typically seats between six and ten users. The
purpose of the conference room is for team or department meetings and video conferencing using
Microsoft Lync. This conference room is not intended for academic instruction.
Furniture:
Table Dimensions: (Provided by BC Interior Design Specialist)
Chairs: (Provided by BC Interior Design Specialist)
Display:
Standard:
Epson Projector or college approved replacement model
Draper Recessed 16:10 8' Projection Screen equivalent - 50" H X 80" W Viewing Area
Optional:
80” Professional Grade LCD/LED Display, wall-mounted
If necessary, vendor will supply an OTA digital antenna and HD tuner for LCD Displays and projectors in
conference room configurations.
Computer:
College standard podium computer Installed in credenza or under table
RF Wireless keyboard and mouse
Audio and Controls:
Ceiling mounted speakers
Ceiling mounted microphones for video conferencing
Compact audio amp installed in credenza
Crestron Video and Audio switching/amplification
Crestron LCD Touch Panel Control
Remote Management via Crestron Fusion
Crestron Occupancy Sensor
Video Conferencing Camera and Audio
Standard:
Vaddio Zoom Shot Camera and Audio Module utilizing ceiling microphones (see photo #4)
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Conference Phone
Polycom SoundStation Duo
Conference Table Pop Ups (video, data, and power access):
(1) Large Altinex Pop-Up boxes to be located at the center of the Conference Table Delete composite add USB
See photo
Conference Table Pop-Ups:
(2) Small Altinex Pop-Up boxes to be located at each end of the Conference Table See Photo
** Connections in these boxes will change with regard to connectivity requirements of the conference room and technology advances **
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Credenza:
Furniture provided by BC to house the AV equipment
BC Credenza
Typical Rack
Typical rack installed in an approved credenza. The Credenza designed for multimedia components have necessary
vents, power, space for equipment racks, and IR extenders (built in the furniture)
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CONFERENCE ROOM “B”
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CONFERENCE ROOM “B”
Conference Room “B” (6 12 Seats)
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CONFERENCE ROOM “C”
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CONFERENCE ROOM “C
(11-20 seats)
Purpose: The configuration “C” or Large Conference Room typically seats between eleven and twenty users.
The purpose of the conference room is for division or department meetings and video conferencing
using Lync video conferencing. The primary difference between the medium and large conference
room is additional ceiling microphones, A DSP, and speakers.. This conference room is not intended
for academic instruction.
Furniture:
Table Dimensions: (Provided by BC Interior Design Specialist)
Chairs: (Provided by BC Interior Design Specialist)
Display:
Standard:
Epson Projector or college approved replacement model
Draper Recessed 16:10 10' Projection Screen equivalent - 65” x 104" W Viewing Area
Optional:
90” Professional Grade LCD/LED Display, wall-mounted
If necessary, vendor will supply an OTA digital antenna and HD tuner for LCD Displays and projectors in
conference room configurations.
Computer:
College standard podium computer Installed in credenza or under table
RF Wireless keyboard and mouse
Audio and Controls:
Ceiling mounted speakers
Ceiling mounted microphones for video conferencing
Compact audio amp installed in credenza
Crestron Video and Audio switching/amplification
Crestron LCD Touch Panel Control
Remote Management via Crestron Fusion
Crestron Occupancy Sensor
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CONFERENCE ROOM “C”
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Video Conferencing Camera
Standard:
Vaddio ZoomShot Camera and sound module
Conference Phone
Standard:
Polycom SoundStation Duo
Conference Room Pop-Ups and Floor Cable Management
These are the same products as used in the Config “B” Medium conference room.
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CONFERENCE ROOM “C”
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CONFERENCE ROOM “D”
1) CUSTOM / MULT-PURPOSE CONFERENCE / TRAINING ROOM “D”
Any room accommodating more than 20 people will be specified and quoted custom design per room.
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Installation
STANDARDS
Instructions for Audio Video Contractor:
1) BC may provide a storage room at location for staging equipment and Vendor will be responsible for all equipment up until the
Installation is complete and final walk-thru (signed-off) by BC.
2) All cable installation must meet State Requirement for Educational Facilities (SREF) and Local Code Compliance and BC
Specifications as noted below but not limited to:
3) The project GC or electrician, will patch and paint all wall penetrations to match existing finishes. In addition, replace
baseboard, carpet, chair rail, and ceiling tiles, if disturbed by the installation process.
4) All cables shall be routed above ceiling following the building lines. Place the cable where frequent changes in elevation can
be avoided.
5) Install cable as high as practicable while maintaining a minimum distance of 24” above the finished ceiling.
6) Route cables away from equipment or building service areas and access panels ensuring proper working clearance.
7) Support cables independently from the building structure at maximum intervals of 48” with J-hooks.
8) Do not place cable on or use as a method of support other building systems such as HVAC ductwork, electrical conduits, fire
sprinkler systems, water, sewer, drainage piping, etc. Do not attach cable supports to ceiling grid hanger wire.
9) When hanging hooks on drywall attach with sheet metal of sufficient length to be secured directly to the framing member.
10) When hanging hooks on concrete walls systems attach a plain hook with a plastic anchor and sheet metal screws or Tapcons.
The fasteners shall be a minimum of 1” in length.
11) When hanging hooks on the building steel use the type with an integral or independent spring steel or set screw style beam
clamp. Do not drill or cut structural steel members.
12) Support cable in other areas with ¼” all-thread attached to a steel structural member with a beam clamp or concrete anchor
directly in the deck above. Attach the lower end of the rod to the ceiling grid using an Erico 3114Z34 drop rod securing clip or
approved equal. Trim excess rod to within 1” of the spring steel “batwing”. Install cable hooks with spring steel clips that are
designed to attach directly to the rod such as Erico CAT214Z34.
13) Install all hangers plumb. The cable route selected shall allow for the drop rod clips to be placed at ceiling grid element joints.
Clips & hangers maybe installed mid-span only to provide support around an obstacle or meet the minimum support
requirements at the grid
14) Secure cables to the hooks with cable ties. Provide plenum rated cable ties where required.
15) All cables that routed in the same direction shall be grouped (no fanning) together with maximum sag of 3” between supports.
16) Install a cable support within 24” of projector mast. Dress a 12” diameter service loop in the AV cabling and hang at this
interval. Route the cable from the top of the service loop to the projector mast and secure with a cable tie and at maximum
intervals of 12” to the finished ceiling. Secure the cable to the mast 6” above the ceiling tile. Secure loop with a minimum of 3
cable ties spaced equally around the loop.
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17) Install a cable support within 6” of AV outlet conduit stub. Dress a 12” diameter service loop in the AV cabling and hang at this
interval. Route the cable from the top of the service loop into the conduit stub. Secure the service loop with a minimum of 3
cables spaced equally around the loop.
18) Each room will have teaching station provided by BC. Vendor will install the media touch panel to the left of the monitor on the
teaching station.
19) For a standard teaching station installation: FSR multimedia box will be installed by the Electrician. The AV Vendor will install
the appropriate finish plate (inside the FSR unit) populated () RJ45 Data Connections, Speakon connector (for ceiling speaker
output), (1) RJ-45 connection for HDMI over Cat5e, or Cat6. All FSR boxes should have a wire tie restraints for cables inside
of box so flap will close.
20) Other, non-standard, AV installations may have variations regarding the number of connections and plate/jack termination.
21) Cables from workstation to FSR box should be pulled through a cutout on side of workstation and housed in a 12' black
snake-skin umbilical. Cradle tie wraps should be used to fasten cables on inside of teacher’s desk.
22) Altinex popup (Model TNP512C or equivalent) on teacher desk will be populated with (1) HDMI, (1) VGA, (1) audio 3.5 mm.
(1) RJ-45, (2) power outlets
23) Flat Panel Display installations, Vendor will mount equipment using 3/4" fire treated plywood black backer and the designated
wall mount bracket. Wall plate for LCD Display will be populated with (2) RJ45 connectors (1) for HDMI over CAT5e, or CAT6,
and (1) Network for the display. A simple antenna to provide access to broadcast television will be installed above the ceiling
24) Structure to ceiling tile varies by room. Ceiling tiles size varies. Floor to ceiling height varies in every room. Walls are drywall.
25) Remove and discard old AV cabling from previous installations
26) BC will indicate final location of screen and projector.
27) Vendor will provide all tools and accessories needed. Vendor will not borrow ladders or any other equipment from the college
or other vendors.
28) Vendor will not stand on desk or chair to reach ceiling. Equipment is not allowed to be placed on furniture.
29) Vendor will be responsible for any ceiling tile breakage resulting from the AV installation.
30) Vendor will clean up all construction debris by the end of the work period for that day if the installation is taking place in an
active classroom.
31) All AV cables will be free run and tie wrapped in podium rack to all components and wall plate.
32) Quotes must be submitted by line item according to resulting contract and must be valid for at least 90 days.
33) AV Vendor shall be responsible for verifying all equipment is installed and operational before scheduling a final inspection
with the college and permitting agency. The College must approve any sign-off forms and payment will be made only when
an authorized individual signs the form. Once the sign-off forms are signed, a copy of the PO, original proposal, MEP
inspection report, and invoice need to be submitted as a package to the job project manager.
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Figure 2
TEACHER PODIUM
ENLARGE FLOOR PLAN
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Podium
FSR Box Detail
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INTERIOR WALL ELEVATION LCD DISPLAY
A. For applications (such as conference rooms) that require the installation of a LCD Display
LCD Display the following installation specs will apply:
Figure 5
Broward College
AUDIO VISUAL STANDARDS
LCD DISPLAY
Mounting Detail
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AUDIO VISUAL STANDARDS
LCD DISPLAY
Mounting Detail
INTERIOR WALL ELEVATION
LCD DISPLAY ABOVE CREDENZA
Figure 6
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AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
LCD MOUNTING
BRACKETS
Photo #7 – LCD Wall Brackets
Large FUSION Micro-Adjustable Tilt Wall Mount
Overall Dimensions (H x W x D) 16.5" x 34.4" x 2.0"
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Class Room
INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS
INTERACTIVE BRIGHTLINK
A. The projector bracket location must be on an existing wall stud within the 12” width of the bracket to support the projector or
backing that is installed in the wall at bracket location. For the best results without adding backing, find the wall stud closest
to the center of the board location and install the power on one side. Provide a single gang AV box at 100” AFF to the center
of the boxes with a (1-1/4” min.) conduit stubbed into the accessible ceiling for AV cabling.
BrightLink (Option)
Owner Responsibilities - Broward College will:
Provide infrastructure for BrightLink (see attached)
Remove existing chalk board
AV Vendor Responsibilities:
Install BrightLinktop of board 81.5” AFF. Center of BrightLink will be different for each installation.
Install new custom decora plate in FSR box
Install custom DALITE/DRAPER whiteboard depending on size
Notes:
A new processor may be required for this installation.
BrightLink power will be controlled by the existing Crestron touch panel. Only the desktop computer output will be
seen on the BrightLink Projector.
When pulling cables follow building lines. Cables above ceiling should be run vertically 48” max run between fasteners
(sleeve anchors & tapcons). Hiltys can be used when installing hangers. Fender washers should not be used. Threaded
rod will be installed where appropriate in every room. Whenever possible, put hooks on wall instead of ceiling.
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Class Room
INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS
Epson BrightLink
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Epson BrightLink - ELEVATION
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AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
Class Room
INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS
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AV PODIUM EQUIPMENT
Photo #1Crestron Control
Photo #2 Touch Panel on Teacher’s Podium
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AUDIO EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
Podium Mounted
AV CONTROLS
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Photo #3 – Podium AV Equipment Rack
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AUDIO EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
Podium Mounted
AV CONTROLS
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Photo #4 Altinex Popup Composite & Audio - No Longer Supported
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AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
Podium Mounted
AV CONTROLS
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AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
AV CONTROLS
Table Top Connectivity
AV Conference Table Pop-ups:
(Small Pop-ups Shown)
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VIDEO CONFERENCING EQUIPMENT
Photo #1 (ZoomShot - Wall Mounted)
Photo #2 (RoboShot - Ceiling or Wall Mounted)
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AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT STANDARDS
VIDEO CONFERENCING
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VIDEO CONFERENCING EQUIPMENT
Photo #3 – Video Conference Phone
Photo #4 Ceiling Microphone
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VIDEO CONFERENCING
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AUDIO VISUAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS
INFRASTRUCTURE
FSR BOX
FSR MULTI-MEDIA BOX
(COVER MUST BE FLUSH MOUNTED)
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INFRASTRUCTURE
FSR BOX
Note: If the walls are painted black, select WB-X2-CVR-BLK
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AUDIO VISUAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS
INFRASTRUCTURE
REQUIREMENTS
TYPICAL PODIUM VOICE/DATA DETAIL
Notes:
PROVIDE NYLON BUSHINGS AT BOTH ENDS OF CONDUIT
COORDINATE LOCATION OF PROJECTION UNITY WITH
ARCHITECTUAL DRAWINGS
SYMBOL INDICATES RACEWAY/OUTLET BOX PROVISION
FOR FUTURE.
SYMBOL INDICTAES CABLES. (VERIFY WITH BC
ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT)
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AUDIO VISUAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS
INFRASTRUCTURE
REQUIREMENTS
BLDG 72 DETAIL
NOTES:
1) CEILING MOUNTED SPEAKERS DO NOT SECURE RACEWAY
2) SPEAKERS ARE PROVIDE & INSTALLED BY BROWARD COLLEGE A CONTRACTOR
TYPICAL CEILING SPEAKER ROUGH-IN INSTALLATION
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AV OUTLET INSTALLATION
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AUDIO VISUAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS
INFRASTRUCTURE
REQUIREMENTS
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INFRASTRUCTURE
REQUIREMENTS
CEILING MOUNTED RECEPTACLE/DATA
OUTLET FOR SCREEN PROJECTOR
TYPICAL AV INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS
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AUDIO VISUAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS
INFRASTRUCTURE
REQUIREMENTS
PROJECTOR
PROJECTOR
PROJECTOR MOUNT DETAIL & PLAN VIEW
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INFRASTRUCTURE
REQUIREMENTS
Approved Classroom Podium designed by BC and KI
INSTRUCTOR SIDE
STUDENT SIDE FRONT VIEW
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STANDARD CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT
PODIUM
Approved Classroom Podium
ADD ALTERNATE OPTION:
Broward College custom logo applied to unit. This will typically will be used in a large
multi-purpose Conference Room. Artwork supplied by Owner. Color and final
location to be determined by Owner.
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STANDARD CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT
PODIUM
TEACHING STATION (PODIUM)
(2013-2017)
FLOOR PLAN AND ELEVATION VIEWS
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STANDARD CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT
ROLLING PODIUM
ROLLING RACK(OPTION “A”)
MIDDLE ATLANTIC: PTRK-MDK14
14-SPACE (24-1/2”), W/PLEX-FRONT DOOR & MARBLE GRAPHITE LAMINATE TOP, CASTERS &
SHELF
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STANDARD CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT
ROLLING PODIUM
MIDDLE ATLANTIC: PTRK-MDK14
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STANDARD CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT
ROLLING PODIUM
ROLLING PODIUM W/ FLIP-UP SHELF (OPTION “B”)
VFI - PD3009
Last updated: 5/02/2019
Digital Submittal Process
Broward College utilizes Procore Project Management Software to track construction submittals,
Construction Contingency Allowance (CCA), and Payment Applications.
I.
Construction Submittals
(e.g., materials data, product data, product samples, shop
drawings, and more).
Subcontractor Documentation Preparation & Submittal:
1. GC prepares a list of each submittal that is required for the project, with assigned CSI code,
description, vendor who is responsible, and material expediting dates to distributes to BC SPM
and subcontractors for reference.
2. Subcontractor obtains/prepares and reviews product data/submittal information and confirms
compliance with the specifications/drawings for acceptable materials and attributes.
3. Subcontractor prepares PDF cover sheet by populating information for:
a. Specification reference # (i.e. 03300-001 Cast-in-Place Concrete)
b. Lead time for material
c. Material supplier and contact name and phone number
d. Check box that product is in compliance with specifications
e. Add comments as needed.
4. Subcontractor binds PDF cover sheet to PDF product data. Product data should be the original
digital file from supplier if possible, otherwise a clear/legible scan document.
5. Subcontractor saves the file with the following filename format and sends it to the GC: “03300-
001 Concrete Form Release – For Approval 2019-06-06”
GC Submittal Review & Submittal:
1. GC populates received date, verifies compliance with the contract documents, verifies lead time
is compliant with the schedule, and adds comments as needed, including comments relating to
coordination with other vendors. Review duration should not exceed 7 days, or as identified in
contract.
2. GC will save a copy and revise the date (in the file) to match when it is submitted digitally through
Procore.
GC Uploads Submittal to Procore:
1. GC will be responsible to upload all construction submittals to Procore.
2. GC shall assign the Architect and the BC SPM as approvers.
3. For a step by step guide on how to upload a submittal to Procore please visit:
https://support.procore.com/products/online/user-guide/project-
level/submittals/tutorials/create-a-submittal-revision
Architect Submittal Review:
1. The architect will be assigned by the GC to approve each submittal first.
APPENDIX 01 10 SUBMITTAL PROCESS
2. The architect or the person in turn to approve shall mark “No Exception Taken” “Implement
Exceptions Taken” “Rejected” or “Revised and resubmit” in Procore. This will automatically notify
the GC of the change.
Revised Submittal Process:
1. If the architect or the person in turn to approve has selected “Rejected” or “Revised and
resubmit” in Procore. This will automatically notify the GC of the change.
2. The GC shall create a different submittal and rename it in the following format: “03300-001-R1
Concrete Form Release – For Approval 2019-07-06”
II.
Construction Contingency Allowance (CCA)
GC Uploads Submittal to Procore:
1. GC will be responsible to upload all CCA’s as a submittal through Procore.
2. GC shall assign the Architect as first approver and BC SPM as second approvers.
III.
Payment Applications
GC Uploads Submittal to Procore:
1. GC shall send a pencil copy of each Payment Application to the BC SPM through email first
including:
a. G702 – Payment Application
b. G703 – Continuation Sheet
c. Backup documentation
d. Release of Liens
e. Purchase Order copy
2. GC will be responsible to upload all Payment Applications as a submittal through Procore.
3. GC shall assign the Architect as first approver and BC SPM as second approvers.
4. GC must include Patsy Lenox (plenox@broward.edu) in the distribution list for Payment
Applications only.
Color
White (WH)
Dune Tegular with
Silhouette
®
XL 9/16"
suspension system
1/4" Reveal
Dune Tegular with
Suprane
®
9/16"
suspension system
Dune Tegular with
Interlude XL 9/16"
suspension system
Dune Square Lay-in with Prelude
®
XL
®
15/16" suspension system (Pg. 215);
Axiom
®
Classic Trim (Pg. 236)
Detail (Other Suspension Systems compatible. Refer to listing on page 156.)
•  Non-directional visual reduces installation 
time and scrap
•  30-Year Limited System Warranty against 
visible sag (excludes items 1796 and 1798),
mold/mildew, and bacterial growth
Key Selection Attributes
•  Upgrade look at a modest price
•  Ceiling-2-Ceiling
Post-consumer Recycled
Content options: Items 1773HRC, 1774HRC,
1775HRC, 1776HRC, 1777HRC (check 
armstrong.com/greengenie)
•  Durable
Scratch-resistant
Typical Applications
•  Ofces
•  Corridors
•  Retail
•  Hospitality
•  Classrooms
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Items 1772, 1773, 1774, 1775 & 1776
10-YEAR
Availability
Square Lay-in & Tegular
fine texture
DUNE
Dune Dune Square Lay-in
with Prelude 15/16"
suspension system
Dune Tegular with Interlude
®
XL
9/16" suspension system (Pg. 211);
Axiom
®
Classic Trim (Pg. 236)
APPENDIX 09 01 BC ACOUSTICAL CEILING STANDARD
Rev. 5-2-19
Visual Selection Performance Selection Dots represent highest level of performance.
156
Square Lay-in & Tegular
fine texture
DUNE
Grid Drawings
Cat. pgs. 226-228
or armstrong.com/
catdwg
UL Classied 
Acoustics
Fire
Rating
Light
Reflect
Sag
Resist
Anti-
Microbial
Durable
Recycle
Program
Edge
Profile
Item
No.
Dimensions
NRC CAC
DUNE Square Lay-in
15/16"
Square Lay-in
Square Lay-in 9/16" Angled Tegular 15/16" Angled Tegular
Ultima Plank ShipLap
Long Edge Detail
Ultima Plank ShipLap
K2C2 Short
15/16" Chamford Tegular
Cirrus Profiles Chamfered
Tongue and GrooveConcealed Beveled K4C4
Classic Step Tegular Ultima Plank ShipLap
Long Edge Detail
Ultima Plank ShipLap
Beveled Tegular Short
15/16 Classic Step Tegula
r
~8-ID (99) (drw 10)
9/16" Beveled Tegular 15/16" Beveled Tegular
9/16" Square Cut Tegular 15/16" Square Tegular
9/16" Chamfered Tegular
Cirrus Profiles Chamfered
Concealed
Soft Look Radiused Tegular
9/16" Cubic Graphis
NeoCubic
9/16" Flush Tegular
Ledges
15/16" Flush Tegular
Ledges
9/16" Wrapped Tegular
Graphis Wrapped Linear
and Cubic
9/16" Wrapped Linear and
Mixed Corner “B”
(Flumes, Graphis Linear Corner
& Dots & Squares)
Concealed
Square Edge K4C4
Linear Cubic
Beveled Crossgate
A B
15/16" Vector
C D
15/16" Vector C & D
AB CD
1 1772
1772M
2' x 2' x 5/8"
600 x 600 x 15mm
0.50 30 Class A 0.83
HumiGuard+
BioBlock+
Scratch
Yes
1 1850
1850M
2' x 2' x 5/8"
600 x 600 x 15mm
0.50 35 Fire Guard 0.83
  •
1 1773
1773M
1773HRC
2' x 4' x 5/8"
600 x 1200 x 15mm
0.50 33 Class A 0.83
  •
1 1851
1851M
2' x 4' x 5/8"
600 x 1200 x 15mm
0.50 35 Fire Guard 0.83
  •
1 1796
1796M
20" x 5' x 5/8"
500 x 1500 x 19mm
0.50 35 Class A 0.83
Standard
  •
1 1798
1798M
30" x 30" x 3/4"
750 x 1500 x 19mm
0.50 35 Class A 0.83
Standard
  •
DUNE Tegular
9/16"
Beveled Tegular
Square Lay-in 9/16" Angled Tegular 15/16" Angled Tegular
Ultima Plank ShipLap
Long Edge Detail
Ultima Plank ShipLap
K2C2 Short
15/16" Chamford Tegular
Cirrus Profiles Chamfered
Tongue and GrooveConcealed Beveled K4C4
Classic Step Tegular Ultima Plank ShipLap
Long Edge Detail
Ultima Plank ShipLap
Beveled Tegular Short
15/16 Classic Step Tegula
r
~8-ID (99) (drw 10)
9/16" Beveled Tegular 15/16" Beveled Tegular
9/16" Square Cut Tegular 15/16" Square Tegular
9/16" Chamfered Tegular
Cirrus Profiles Chamfered
Concealed
Soft Look Radiused Tegular
9/16" Cubic Graphis
NeoCubic
9/16" Flush Tegular
Ledges
15/16" Flush Tegular
Ledges
9/16" Wrapped Tegular
Graphis Wrapped Linear
and Cubic
9/16" Wrapped Linear and
Mixed Corner “B”
(Flumes, Graphis Linear Corner
& Dots & Squares)
Concealed
Square Edge K4C4
Linear Cubic
Beveled Crossgate
A B
15/16" Vector
C D
15/16" Vector C & D
AB CD
31-34, 54 1775
1775M
1775HRC
2' x 2' x 5/8"
600 x 600 x 15mm
2' x 2' x 5/8"
0.50 35 Class A 0.83
  •
31 1852 2' x 2' x 5/8" 0.50 35 Fire Guard 0.83
  •
31-34, 54 1777
1777M
1777HRC
2' x 4' x 5/8"
600 x 1200 x 15mm
2' x 4' x 5/8"
0.50 35 Class A 0.83
  •
15/16"
Angled Tegular
Square Lay-in 9/16" Angled Tegular 15/16" Angled Tegular
Ultima Plank ShipLap
Long Edge Detail
Ultima Plank ShipLap
K2C2 Short
15/16" Chamford Tegular
Cirrus Profiles Chamfered
Tongue and GrooveConcealed Beveled K4C4
Classic Step Tegular Ultima Plank ShipLap
Long Edge Detail
Ultima Plank ShipLap
Beveled Tegular Short
15/16 Classic Step Tegula
r
~8-ID (99) (drw 10)
9/16" Beveled Tegular 15/16" Beveled Tegular
9/16" Square Cut Tegular 15/16" Square Tegular
9/16" Chamfered Tegular
Cirrus Profiles Chamfered
Concealed
Soft Look Radiused Tegular
9/16" Cubic Graphis
NeoCubic
9/16" Flush Tegular
Ledges
15/16" Flush Tegular
Ledges
9/16" Wrapped Tegular
Graphis Wrapped Linear
and Cubic
9/16" Wrapped Linear and
Mixed Corner “B”
(Flumes, Graphis Linear Corner
& Dots & Squares)
Concealed
Square Edge K4C4
Linear Cubic
Beveled Crossgate
A B
15/16" Vector
C D
15/16" Vector C & D
AB CD
6 1774
1774M
1774HRC
2' x 2' x 5/8"
600 x 600 x 15mm
2' x 2' x 5/8"
0.50 35 Class A 0.83
  •
6 1853 2' x 2' x 5/8" 0.50 35 Fire Guard 0.83
  •
6 1776
1776M
1776HRC
2' x 4' x 5/8"
600 x 1200 x 15mm
2' x 4' x 5/8"
0.50 35 Class A 0.83
  •
Physical Data
Material
Wet-formed mineral fiber
Surface Finish
Factory-applied latex paint
Fire Performance
ASTM E84 and CAN/ULC S102 surface burning 
characteristics. Flame Spread Index 25 or less.
Smoke Developed Index 50 or less. (UL labeled)
Fire Guard
: A fire resistive ceiling when used in
applicable UL assemblies
ASTM E1264 Classification
Type III, Form 2, Pattern C E
Fire Class A
Sag Resistance
HumiGuard
®
Plus – superior resistance to sagging in
high humidity conditions up to, but not including,
standing water and outdoor applications.
VOC/Formaldehyde Emissions
Meets CA Dept. of Health Services Standard Practice for
the testing of VOC Emissions and is listed on CHPS High 
Performance Products Database for Low-Emitting Materials.
Anti Mold/Mildew & Bacteria
BioBlock
®
Plus contains an anti-microbial treatment and
provides guaranteed resistance against growth of
mold/mildew and Gram-positive and Gram-negative 
odor/stain-causing bacteria for 30 years.
Insulation Value
R Factor – 1.6 (BTU units)
R Factor – 0.28 (Watts units)
30-Year Performance Guarantee & Warranty Information
Details in back of catalog or at armstrong.com/warranty
Weight; Square Feet/Carton
1772 – 0.94 lbs/SF; 64 SF/ctn
1773 – 0.88 lbs/SF; 80 SF/ctn
1796 – 1.33 lbs/SF; 67 SF/ctn
1798 – 1.14 lbs/SF; 50 SF/ctn
1850 – 1.19 lbs/SF; 48 SF/ctn
1851 – 1.22 lbs/SF; 64 SF/ctn
1774, 1775 – 0.75 lbs/SF; 64 SF/ctn
1776, 1777 – 0.75 lbs/SF; 80 SF/ctn
1852, 1853 – 1.20 lbs/SF; 48 SF/ctn
LEED
®
Credits
Acoustics  Low Emitting
or CHPS
LEED for Schools
Recycled
Content:
Up to 53% armstrong.com/greengenie
Energy  Waste  Recycled  Local  Renewable  Daylight
Mgmt Content Materials Materials & Views
Location Dependent
The post-consumer
recycled content of
these items is from
reclaimed ceilings
Item 1775-CAC 33 on 9/16" Interlude, Sonata, Suprafine
Suspension Systems
15/16" 9/16"
Prelude
®
Prelude XL
®
Fire Guard
Silhouette
1/4" Reveal
Silhouette
®
1/8" Reveal
Sonata
®
MINERAL FIBER
TechLine
SM
/ 1 877 ARMSTRONG
armstrong.com/ceilings (search: dune)
BPCS-4351-1212
LEED
®
 is a registered trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council
All other trademarks used herein are the property of AWI Licensing Company and/or its afliates
© 2012 AWI Licensing Company  •  Printed in the United States of America
Suprafine XL
Fire Guard
Suprafine
®
Interlude
®
Environmental
Product Declaration
Items 1772, 1773,
1774, 1775, 1776,
1777, 1796, 1798
EPD
EPD
Dune Square Lay-In and Tegular - Item #1774
Item # 1774
VISUAL SELECTION
Dimensions: 24x24x5/8IN
Grid Face: 15/16IN
Edge Profile: Angled Tegular
Download dwg format
Available Colors:
White
WARRANTY
30 Year Guarantee Against Visible Sag
RECOMMENDED
GRID SYSTEMS
Formations Axiom
Prelude ML 15/16"
Exposed Tee
Prelude XL 15/16"
Exposed Tee
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PERFORMANCE SELECTION
Acoustics NRC: 0.50
Acoustics CAC: 35
Acoustics AC:
Fire Resist/ Flame spread: Class A (UL)
Light Reflect: 0.83
Humidity Resistance: HumiGuard Plus
Anti-microbial: BioBlock+
VOC Formaldehyde: Low
Durability
Scratch resistance
ENVIRONMENTAL
Total Recycled Content: 41% - 43%
Post-consumer Recycled Content: 1% - 13%
Pre-consumer Recycled Content: 28% - 42%
Calculate Recycled Content Value
LEED Credit Area Contribution
EA Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance
MR Credit 2.1, 2.2 Construction Waste Management
MR Credit 4.1, 4.2 Recycled Content
MR Credit 5.1, 5.2 Regional Materials
MR Credit 6.0 Rapidly Renewable Materials
MR Pilot Credit 61 Material Disclosure and Assessment
EQ Credit 4.1 to 4.6 Low-Emitting Materials
EQ Credit 8.1, 8.2 Daylight and Views
This item contributes to the following:
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PHYSICAL DATA
Material: Mineral Fiber, Wet-formed
Texture: Fine
Pattern: No Pattern
Surface Finish: Factory applied latex paint
Weight: 0.75(lbs/sqft)
Sqft (Sqft/Carton): 64.0
ASTM Classification: Type: III, Form: 2, Pattern: C E
Insulation Value: R Factor-BTU:1.6null, R Factor-
Watts:0.28null
Hardware Friendly (Y/N): N
i-Ceilings Compatible: Wireless Systems,
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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
Environment, Health and Safety Division: Building Products
2500 Columbia Avenue, P.O. Box 3001
Lancaster, PA 17604 Date: 9/09 (replaces 7/09)
Telephone (717) 396-2328 or 396-2935
N/A = Not applicable or Not Available
Issued By : Safety, Health and N/K = None Known or Not Known
Industrial Hygiene Department
Department of Transportation Information
HMIS ( 0 = minimal hazard, 4 = severe hazard ) Shipping name : Not Classified
Health = 1 Hazard Class : N/A
Flammability = 0 ID No : N/A
Reactivity = 0
Emergency Only Contact:
CHEM-TEL 800-255-3924
I. Product Information
A. Product Name : Man-made Vitreous Fiber Ceilings and Wall Panels (Class A) - MSDS #1
B. Chemical Name and Synonyms : N/A
C. Chemical or Product Family : Man-made Vitreous Fibers
II.
Ingredient Information
A. Hazardous Components C.A.S No.
% OSHA PEL ACGIH TLV
( Chemical Identity; Common Name ) Respirable: Respirable:
Mineral Wool Fiber N/A 0-60 1 f/cc 1 f/cc
Fibrous Glass 65997-17-3 0-13 1 f/cc 1 f/cc
This product formulation does not
contain asbestos.
III.
Physical Data
A. Appearance and Color : Gray, pressed man-made vitreous fiber panel of various colors
B. Boiling Point ( degrees F ) : N/A
C. Vapor pressure ( mm Hg @ 20 degrees C ) : N/A
D. Vapor density ( Air = 1 ) : N/A
E. Solubility in Water : N/A
F.
Specific Gravity ( H
2
O = 1 ) : N/A
G. Percent Volatile by weight ( 30 min. @ 275 degrees F ) : N/A
H. Evaporation Rate ( Butyl Acetate = 1 ) : N/A
I. pH : N/A
IV.
Fire and Explosion Data
A. Flash point : N/A
B. Flammable Range : LEL = N/A ; UEL = N/A
C. Extinguishing Media : Water fog, dry chemical ABC rated
D.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures : None
E. Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards : None
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Continued : Man-made Vitreous Fiber Ceilings and Wall Panels (Class A) - MSDS #1
Date: 9/09 (replaces 7/09)
V.
Health Data
A.
Primary Route (s) of Entry: Inhalation, skin, and eye contact
B.
Target Organs: Lungs, skin and eyes
Effects of Overexposure :
Acute Health Effects: Produ