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SECTION 01 10 00 SUMMARY

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PROPOSED SHOWROOM FIT-OUT
MCKINLEY WEST FORT BONIFACIO, TAGUIG
DIVISION 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
OCTOBER 2018
SECTION 01 10 00
SUMMARY
1.1
SCOPE OF WORK
The work specified herein is for the completion of the proposed Proposed Albany
Showroom Fit-Out located in Mckinley West Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
1.2
PROJECT INFORMATION
A. The drawings and specifications are complementary to each other. Drawings are graphic
means of showing work to be done. They are particularly suited to show where materials
are located. Thus, drawings exist essentially to show dimension, location and placement.
Not all works however can be presented in the drawings. Generalized works are usually
in statement form hence the Contractor is required to read the specifications carefully.
Specifications on the other hand are used to describe the materials, construction
techniques, samples, shop drawings, guarantees and other contract requirements.
Together the drawings and specifications are used to inform the Contractor.
B. Omissions from the drawings or specifications or the misdescription of details of work
which are manifestly necessary to carry out the intent of the drawings and specifications,
or which are customarily performed, shall not relieve the Contractor from performing
such omitted or misdescribed details of the work but they shall be performed as if fully
and correctly set forth and described in the drawings and specifications.
C. The Contractor shall check all drawings, furnished him immediately upon their receipt
and shall promptly notify the Architect of any discrepancies. Dimensions marked on the
drawings shall be followed in preference to scale measurements. Large scale drawings
and shall govern small scale drawings. The Contractor shall compare all drawings and
verify the figures before laying out the work and will be responsible for any errors which
might have been avoided thereby.
D. All drawings issued for construction to General Contractor/s, Sub-Contractors shall be
furnished solely by the Architect through the Project Manager.
E. Physical Data: The physical conditions indicated on the drawings and in the
specifications are the results of site investigations by surveys conducted. However, it is
expressly understood that the Architect will not be responsible for any interpretation or
conclusion drawn there from.
1.3
LANGUAGE OF THE SPECIFICATIONS
A. The Specifications are of the abbreviated type and many include incomplete sentences.
The selection of structure depends on the underlying principles of specifications:
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That the Technical Specifications are only one part of the Contract Documents;
That the Contract is between the Owner and the General Contractor; and
That the General Contractor is the only party responsible for completing the work in
accordance with the Contract Documents.
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DIVISION 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
OCTOBER 2018
B. Therefore, only the General Contractor is referred to in the specifications so as not to
violate the intent of the Contract and so as not to undermine the proper chain of
command.
C. Any reference to Specialty Trade Contractor in the technical specifications is made only
in so far as to selection. The General Contractor assumes all responsibilities for the
execution of the whole project in accordance with the Contract Documents. The word
“Contractor” is meant the General Contractor.
D. In certain cases omission of the phrase “The Contractor shall” is intentional since the
whole Specifications is directed to the General Contractor.
E. Where “as shown,” “as indicated,” “as detailed” or words of similar import are used, it
shall be understood that the reference to the drawings accompanying the specifications is
made, unless otherwise stated.
F. Where “as directed,” “as required,” “as permitted,” “as authorized,” “as approved,” “as
accepted” or words of similar import are used, it shall be understood that the direction,
requirement, permission, authorization, approval or acceptance of the Architect is
intended, unless otherwise specified.
G. As used herein, “provided” shall be understood to mean “provided complete in place”
that is, “furnished and installed.”
H. Most sentences are in the imperative mood. This style is especially suited for instructions
covering installations of products and equipment.
1.4
NATURE AND SCOPE OF GENERAL CONSTRUCTION WORK
A. Work contemplated under comprehensive work shall consist of furnishing material, labor,
plant, equipment, tools, appliances, utilities, transportation, detailed superintendence and
supervision, temporary construction of every nature, taxes, and satisfactory performance
of work and operations necessary for complete construction of this project and deliver
complete in every respect within the specified time.
Some materials as indicated in the drawings shall be “Owner Supplied.” The Contractor
shall install them and provide accessories to make the words complete.
B. The following are the divisions of work to be undertaken:
Division 1
Division 4
Division 6
Division 8
Division 9
Division 10
Division 12
Division 13
Division 22
Division 23
Division 26
Division 28
General Requirements
Masonry
Wood, Plastics and Composites
Openings
Finishes
Specialties
Furnishings
Special Construction
Plumbing
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Electrical
Electronic Safety and Security
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DIVISION 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
OCTOBER 2018
C. INJURY TO PERSONS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY: The Contractor shall be
responsible for all injury to persons and damage to property caused by the works or by
the workmen. The Contractor shall be liable for any claims against the Owner on account
of such injury and/or damage. The Contractor shall likewise take necessary precaution to
protect the property of the Owner against rain or other inclemency of the weather or theft
due to the performance of his work. The Contractor shall be held liable for any such
damage or loss.
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ARCH HAUS ASIA CONSULTANTS INC.
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