S01560 - nycsca

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05/15/15
DESIGN NO. _______
SECTION S01560
INSTALLATION SEQUENCE OF FINISH MATERIALS
[Note to Specifier (delete) - This section is intended for
projects that must comply with the NYC Green Schools Rating
System. Omit section for projects where NYC Green Schools Rating
System compliance is not required (Typical of CIP projects, UPK
Center conversions and fit-outs).
Verify for referenced
project.]
1.01 SUMMARY
A.
This
Section
includes
construction
scheduling/
sequencing requirements and procedures necessary to
optimize Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) levels for the
completed Project.
1.
B.
Scheduling:
Contractor’s Project Schedule
finish applications shall allow for:
a.
Dissipation
of
emissions
from
finish
materials that off-gas deleterious materials
during curing.
b.
Separation of adsorptive finishes from any
potential
contaminants
during
material
storage and installation.
c.
Sequencing installation of materials to
comply with IAQ requirements of this Section.
Temporary Ventilation During Construction: Contractor
shall follow procedures specified in this Section and
in Division 15 Sections.
1.
When Contractor’s “Project Schedule” requires less
than optimal sequencing of finish installation,
related to IAQ, provide supplemental “fresh air”
ventilation of work areas during construction and
restrict/control the use of permanent building
mechanical systems prior to Authority’s acceptance
of building to prevent contamination of systems by
construction
wastes
and
other
deleterious
substances.
a.
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for
Comply with additional restrictions on the
use of permanent building mechanical systems
prior to Authority acceptance as specified in
Section,
“IAQ
Management
During
Construction.”
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Duct Cleaning: Contractor shall provide duct cleaning
as specified in this Section and in Section 15992.
1.02 DEFINITIONS
A.
Type 1 Finishes: Materials and finishes which have a
potential for short-term levels of off gassing from
chemicals inherent in their manufacturing processor
installation techniques, or which are applied in a form
requiring vehicles or carriers for spreading which
release a high level of particulate matter in the
process of installation and/or curing. Type 1 Finishes
include, but are not limited to the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
B.
Composite wood products, specifically including
particleboard from which millwork, wood paneling,
doors or furniture may be fabricated
Adhesives,
sealants,
and
glazing
compounds,
specifically those with petrochemical vehicles or
carriers
Wood preservatives, finishes, and paint
Control and/or expansion joint fillers
All hard finishes requiring adhesive installation
Gypsum board and associated finish processes
Resilient flooring
Type 2 Finishes: Absorbent materials and finishes which
are woven, fibrous, or porous in nature and tend to
adsorb chemicals off-gassed by Type 1 Finishes or may
be adversely affected by particulates. Type 2 Finishes
include, but are not limited to the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Carpet and padding
Fabric wall covering
Insulation exposed to the air stream
Acoustic ceiling materials
Fabric covered acoustic wall panels
Upholstered furnishings
C.
Materials that can be categorized as both Type 1 and
Type 2 Finishes shall be treated as Type 1 Finishes.
D.
Materials that are categorized as neither Type 1 nor
Type 2 are not bound by the requirements of this
Section.
1.03 SUBMITTALS
A.
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Supplementary Construction Schedule: Submit a schedule
of construction showing compliance with requirements of
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this Section as a supplement to the schedule required
by
Division
1
Section
“Construction
Progress
Documentation.”
1.
Show
sequence
of
finishes
applications
and
allowances for curing times.
Within each air
zone, identify finishes, indicating their type
classification as defined above.
a.
An air zone is that part of any floor area
served by a single air handling unit.
Contractor’s schedule must address controls
in each air zone.
b.
Indicate and schedule types and duration of
temporary
ventilation
proposed.
Show
schedule for commissioning procedures and all
temporary
usage
of
building
mechanical
systems, identifying types of filtration used
and schedule of filter replacement.
1.04 PREPARATION
A.
Certify in writing to the Authority that interior
environmental control has been implemented as specified
below
and
that
required
conditions
are
being
maintained, and obtain the Authority’s approval prior
to installation of interior finishes.
B.
Coordination:
The Contractor is responsible to
schedule and coordinate the work of all finish material
installers to assure compliance with the requirements
of this Specification Section.
1.05 SEQUENCING FINISH INSTALLATION
A.
Type 1 Finishes to Type 2 Finishes.
B.
Exemptions: Substrate materials which must be in-place
in order to install any Type 1 Finish are exempt from
sequencing requirements defined below.
Ventilation
requirements are not exempt for this condition.
C.
Type 1 Finishes: Install Type 1 Finishes in a manner
compliant with the following:
1.
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Allow wet-applied Type 1 Finishes to fully cure
prior to commencing installation of adsorbent
materials, whether Type 1 or Type 2.
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D.
E.
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2.
Install all Type 1 Finishes prior to commencing
installation of Type 2 Finishes.
3.
Allow Type 1 materials that are known to off-gas
deleterious vapors, whether due to manufacturing
processes or installation techniques, to fully
cure prior to installation of Type 2 Finishes.
Such materials can include, but are not limited
to, composite wood, carpet and cushion, resilient
flooring, etc.
4.
Remove particulate matter from interior space
(whether air-borne or on a surface) prior to
installation of Type 2 Finishes.
5.
Comply with all ventilation requirements
required by this Section and identified below.
as
Type 2 Finishes: Install Type 2 Finishes in a manner
compliant with the following:
1.
Do not install Type 2 Finishes until installation
of Type 1 Finishes is complete and Flushout has
been performed.
2.
Protect Type 2 Finishes from contamination by
chemical off-gassing and/or air-borne particulates
during and subsequent to installation.
3.
Avoid installation of Type 1 Finishes during Type
2
Finish
installation
period.
(Refer
to
ventilation requirements if this condition is
unavoidable.)
4.
Comply with all ventilation requirements
required by this Section and identified below.
as
Ventilation: Provide ventilation of interior space
during finish installation as follows, at a minimum:
1.
Ventilation shall comply with Section S01550 IAQ
Requirements
and
all
other
ventilation
requirements outlined in the Specifications.
2.
Provide ventilation for the entire duration of
installation and curing of wet-applied Type 1
Finishes.
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3.
Provide ventilation for the entire duration of all
periods in which Type 2 Finishes are present
during installation of Type 1 materials.
4.
Provide ventilation at any time when it is desired
to dissipate chemical off-gassing emissions and/or
air-borne
particulates
out
of
the
interior
environment.
5.
Provide ventilation during all periods in which
chemical off-gassing and/or air-borne particulate
matter pose a health risk to any persons present.
If Contractor’s Project Schedule requires sequencing of
finish installation that does not comply with this
Section, provide the following for such period of
construction during which sequencing is non-compliant:
1.
Provide supplemental ventilation of work areas as
described in Section S01550 IAQ Requirements.
2.
Restrict/control the
mechanical systems.
use
of
permanent
building
END OF SECTION
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