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Element C Interiors
Interior Finishes
C3020 Floor Finishes
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
OVERVIEW
A. Includes carpet, terrazzo, stone, resilient flooring, quarry tile, ceramic tile, concrete, and,
hardeners and sealers.
PART 2 - DESIGN CRITERIA
2.01
GENERAL
A. The following table indicates finishes for various room types within Owner’s facilities.
Confirm finishes with Owner’s Project Manager/Planner Designers
Room Type
Conference Rooms, Corridors, Offices,
Waiting Areas, Family Lounges, Break
Rooms
Dining Areas
Public Lobbies
Toilet Rooms, Shower Rooms, Patient
Toilets/Showers, Public/Staff Toilets
Storage, Building Services, Security,
Mechanical/Electrical Equipment
Rooms, Shops, Telecommunications
Rooms
Food Preparation
Nurse Station Corridors, Public
Corridors in Clinical Areas
Patient Rooms, Nurse Stations, Clean
Workrooms/Clean Supply, Soiled
Workrooms/Soiled Holding, Storage,
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Carpet tile. (Provide seamless sheet vinyl
flooring adjacent to counters in Break Rooms)
Confirm with Owner’s Project Manager/ Planner
Designer.
Confirm with Owner’s Project Manager /Planner
Designer.
Porcelain ceramic tile with solid surface material
door threshold. Refer to Typical Restroom Door
Threshold detail located on the Owner’s Design
Guidelines website. At patient toilets, provide a
seamless floor system in toilet rooms for
radioactive patients. Provide non-slip flooring at
patient shower areas. At Shower Rooms and
Patient Toilets/Showers, provide a waterproof
membrane under the floor finish in the entire
room.
Vinyl composition tile (VCT).
Sealed concrete. (Antistatic sealer at
Telecommunications Rooms)
Quarry tile.
Seamless sheet vinyl flooring with heat welded
seams. Accent colors of same seamless sheet
vinyl used for wayfinding purposes. Confirm
with Owner’s Project Manager/ Planner
Designer.
Seamless sheet vinyl flooring with heat welded
seams. Confirm with Owner’s Project Manager/
Planner Designer
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Room Type
Locker Rooms, Staff Corridors, Staff
Elevator Lobbies, Service Elevator
Lobby, Janitor Closets, Work Rooms,
Clinical Corridors, Isolation Rooms,
Procedure Rooms, Pharmacy, Clinical
Areas, Operating Rooms
Freight Elevator Lobby, Dock Receiving,
Material Movement Corridor
Laboratories, Lab Support Areas, Tissue
Culture Rooms, Dark Rooms, Flex
Rooms and Shared Equipment Areas
Research Laboratory Special Function
Rooms (Glasswash, Liquid Nitrogen
Storage Rooms)
Vivarium and Vivarium Support
Functions
Shell Space
Selected Imaging Equipment Rooms
Floor Finish
Fluid-applied epoxy resin or sealed concrete.
Seamless sheet vinyl flooring with heat welded
seams
Fluid applied epoxy resin
Fluid applied epoxy resin
No finish
Raised access flooring vinyl finish.
PART 3 - SPECIAL CONTRACT DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS
3.01
GENERAL
A. In addition to incorporating all applicable life safety and building code requirements,
provisions described within this Element shall be included within the Project Contract
Documents.
B. Where terrazzo is the scheduled finish for an area occupying more than one structural bay, a
“sand cushion” terrazzo system with depressed floor slab shall be utilized. Depressed slab
and all membranes/materials beneath the terrazzo shall be fully detailed. Confirm use of
sand cushion system with Owner’s Project Manager.
C. Indicate that flooring materials shall be installed using adhesives/products which are
recommended for use by the manufacturer. Require that shop drawing submittals for flooring
material include information on the proposed installation product(s) and substantiate that they
are as recommended for use by the manufacturer. Indicate that in cases where products
differ from those recommended by the manufacturer, the installer/contractor shall bear sole
responsibility for any resulting deficiencies.
D. Require that flooring materials be installed as late in the construction schedule as practical,
and be protected from damage from construction operations and placement of equipment
and fixtures during the remainder of the construction period. Require use of protection
methods recommended in writing by manufacturer and installer that ensure the flooring
material is without damage or deterioration at time of Substantial Completion.
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E. Indicate that immediately prior to Substantial Completion inspections, resilient flooring (sheet
vinyl and vinyl composition tile) is to have a floor finish applied and be buffed/burnished as
recommended by the manufacturer to a level acceptable to Owner.
F. Schedule walk off carpet in lieu of using recessed mats at building entrances. G. Select floor joint assemblies that are appropriate for expected traffic.
PART 4 - PRODUCTS
4.01
GENERAL
A. Obtain approval from Owner’s Project Manager/Planner Designer for all finish schedules prior
to issuance of Construction Documents.
B. For renovation projects, refer to Owner’s Master Construction Specifications and Interior
Finishes Standards. These are available on the Owner’s Design Guidelines website:
Construction Specifications - http://www2.mdanderson.org/depts/cpm/standards/specs.html
Interior Finish Standards - http://www2.mdanderson.org/depts/cpm/standards/interiors.html
PART 5 - DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Issue
Date
Revision Description
Reviser
01-01-07
Initial Adoption of Element
Rev. 1
08-14-08
Various revisions throughout document incorporating interior
standards and eliminating project specific requirements.
LN, JC, DB
Rev. 2
07-08-10
Revised finish at Laboratories, and added more types of
spaces to the category; Added Research Laboratory Special
Function Rooms; Deleted Special Function Room.
KB
Rev. 3
09-16-10
Added 3.01 B.
JRC
Rev. 4
08-02-11
Deleted "Non-static" from the floor finish type for Storage,
Building Services, Security and Telecommunications Rooms.
Paragraph 2.01 A.
JRC
Rev. 5
11-22-11
Added 3.01 C, D, and E related to installation product
approval, protection during construction, and final finish
application prior to inspection. Changed finishes for telecom
and break rooms.
JRC
Rev. 6
04-17-12
Added Operating Rooms in table; Added 2.01 F and 2.01 G.
JRC
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