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Veterinary Medical Technology Addition and Renovation
Schematic Design Submission
SCO ID # 14-11296-02
NCCCS # 2067
October 2015
Table of Contents
Project Description
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Section 1
Project Team
Architectural
Civil Engineering / Landscape
Structural Engineering
Mechanical / HVAC
Plumbing
Fire Protection
Electrical
Narrative Specifications
Section 2
Estimated Project Cost
Section 3
Appendices
Section 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Site Survey
Site Plan
Building Plans
Building Exterior Views
ACM Survey Report
FCAP / DOI Inspection Reports
Plumbing Fixture Spreadsheet
Central Carolina Community College
Veterinary Medical Technology Addition & Renovation
Schematic Design Submission
Hobbs Architects, PA
1: Project Description
Central Carolina Community College
Veterinary Medical Technology Addition and Renovation
SCO ID # 14-11296-02
NCCCS #2067
October 2015
1.0 Project Team
Hobbs Architects, PA is pleased to submit this Schematic Design report for the Veterinary Medical Technology
program at Central Carolina Community College. Hobbs is leading a team consisting of the following consultants to
provide architectural and engineering services for the subject project.
Architecture
Hobbs Architects, PA
480 Hillsboro Street, Suite 400
PO Box 1457
Pittsboro, NC 27312
(919) 545-2004
[email protected]
Civil
Engineering
and
Landscape
Architecture
CLH Design, PA
400 Regency Forest Drive, Suite 120
Cary, NC 27518
Mechanical, Electrical,
Fire Protection, and
Plumbing Engineering
EnTech Engineering
PO Box 11527
Goldsboro, NC 27532
Animal Facility Design Consultant
Animal Arts
4520 Broadway, Suite E
Boulder, CO 80304
Structural Engineering
Stroud, Pence & Associates
4904 Professional Court # 200
Raleigh, NC 27609
Owner
Central Carolina Community College
1105 Kelly Drive
Sanford, NC 27330
1.1 Project Description - Architectural
With the passing of bond funding in late 2014, Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) has several initiatives
underway to accommodate new and expanding programs at their Sanford locations. The Veterinary Medical
Technology program at CCCC was the first of its kind in NC. As demand for veterinary technicians has increased,
CCCC seeks to expand enrollment and update its facilities.
Scope
Among the VMT program's facilities is a 4,000 square foot 1-story building, the existing lab and kennel building,
which houses the program's animal colonies and a clinical practices (CP) lab. This project will include scope relative
to the existing building, and construct a 13,434 square foot addition.
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Scope at the existing building includes the creation of a ramp to create an accessible connection between the
existing building and the addition, and associated relocation of elements to facilitate the creation of the ramp.
Abatement of asbestos-containing materials will also be performed as part of the project scope (refer to the ACM
Survey in the Appendices section of the report). The canine and feline colonies will be relocated to the new addition.
The former canine kennel area will be converted to a storage space, and the former feline spaces will allow for a
rearrangement of small rodent colony housing.
New construction scope involves the construction of a 13,434 square foot 2-story addition, which will house the
newly relocated canine and feline colonies. The addition will provide two new 30-seat classrooms, two new teaching
labs, office space, canine/feline housing, and associated support spaces.
Programming
A programming document was completed as part of pre-design efforts, and is reproduced below. However, updates
have been made to the program during the SD process, and are represented by the current floor plans.
CCCC VMT Programming List
Space
Approx. Net
SF Req'd
Preferred
Building
Preferred
Floor
Notes
Labs & Associated
Spaces
1020
New
2
lab tables to accommodate 25 students (5 rows
of 5) with storage space allocated at the station
for supplies including a microscope; rolling
chairs made of non-porous material for 25
students and 3 instructors; teaching scope
station; fume hood; chemical storage cabinets;
data drops for at least 6 computers; counter
space for lab equipment (at least 30 linear feet
and away from water sources); min. 2 deep-well
sinks; distilled water still; refrigerator; space for
incubator (3' wide, 3' tall, 2.5' deep); floor drain
100
New
2
supply storage closet
1000
Existing
1
1500
New
1
Laundry / Hot Room
75
New
1
CP Lab Equipment
Storage
150
New
1
Central Gas Storage
100
New
1
Laboratory
Techniques Lab
Space
LT Lab Storage
Closet
Learning and Skills
Lab
Clinical Practices
Lab
Detailed equipment/infrastructure requirements
for renovation TBD
counters and cabinets along one wall for supply
storage; data drops for a min. of 6 computers, at
least 6 stainless steel industrial sinks
w/overhead sprayers; floor drains; 15
workstations
laundry, still, autoclaves, and work space;
optimal adjacency is near CP lab; 3 industrial
stackable washer / dryer units
6-10 large oxygen tanks, 4 large nitrogen tanks;
both plumbed into building oxygen and nitrogen
systems; solid CMU wall for mounting; storage
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can be exterior if needed / required
Animal Recovery
Area
Subtotal
150
New
1
(4) 4-cage banks; each cage bank is 60" wide,
66" tall, 30" deep; oxygen and scavenger drops
4095
Kennels &
Associated Spaces
Dog Kennel
2100
New
1
Cat Ward
915
New
2
Dog Work Area
225
New
1
Cat Work Area
200
New
2
Rabbit Room
180
Existing
1
Rodent Room
Lab animal food
storage area
Subtotal
180
Existing
1
3-4 Tubs in a ~ 200sf area; 75 runs @ 15sf;
Floor drain system at rear of kennels; nat. light
at each run
Automatic watering system (at rear)
Platform weight scale; hi-pressure wall-mounted
steam cleaning system with multiple wall mount
locations
Double door entry
75 condos: (9 cage unit is 72" high, 108" wide,
30" deep …3 cage unit is 72" high, 36" wide, and
30" deep) cages at exterior walls to allow cats to
see outdoors
Counter-top scale; high pressure steam
cleaning system - 2 wall mounted locations
Double door entry
3-5 occupants:
Cabinets: upper and lower, Locking for Med
storage, tempered glass doors, Metal w/ powder
coated finish
Large SS wash sink(s)
Dishwashers - one industrial pass thru unit sim
to what is used in cafeterias
Food Bins - wall -mounted off floor
Computer work stations (2 w/ data drops)
refrigerator and microwave; worktable(s) in
center of room; free-standing shelving for food
3-5 occupants:
Cabinets: upper and lower, Locking for Med
storage, Tempered glass doors, Metal w/
powder coated finish
Large SS wash sink(s)
Dishwashers - one industrial pass thru unit sim
to what is used in cafeterias
Food Bins - wall -mounted off floor
Computer work stations (2 w/ data drops)
refrigerator and microwave; worktable(s) in
center of room; free-standing shelving for food
renovate current rodent room to become this
room
renovate current cat ward to become this room
64
Existing
1
renovate current area near restroom
3864
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Classrooms and
Related Spaces
Large Classroom 1
750
New
2
50 students
Large Classroom 2
750
New
2
Tutoring Area
160
New
2
50 students
power, data, wifi; possible break area
components
Study/Entry Nook
80
New
1
140
New
1
120
New
1
Subtotal
1740
Office/Admin
Office / Admin
Administrative Work
Area
Subtotal
260
Grooming &
Quarantine
Quarantine - Dog
225
Existing
1
Quarantine - Cat
225
Existing
1
Grooming
450
Existing
1
Subtotal
900
data drop
near or attached to office space; copier; fax;
filing cabinets; bookshelves
10 dog runs at 20sf each
two 9 cage banks; each 6' high, 9' wide, 30"
deep)
public entry/exit from street side
Storage/Laundry
Central Storage
360
Existing
Unisex Restroom
Janitor
120
Lockers
Subtotal
Subtotal
Net to gross
increase - 50%
Total
New
1
open shelves; space along one wall for
installation of a controlled substances safe (3'
wide, 5' tall, 2.5' deep); Cleaning supplies
Mop sink, Floor Drain, Shelving
central vacuum machine might be located in this
area
1
included in gross SF factor; shower
2
mop sink, shelving
100 half-height lockers; included in gross SF
factor
480
11339
5670
17009
Architectural Systems - Existing Building
Architectural modifications to the existing building are limited to those that facilitate the creation of an accessible
ramp connecting the two buildings, and abatement of asbestos-containing materials. Construction of the ramp will
require some re-work of the existing building's slab, and potential shoring/underpinning of a segment of existing
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foundations adjacent to the new addition. Storage of medical gas cylinders will be relocated to the exterior to make
way for the proposed ramp, and an existing storage closet will be demolished to enable proper clearances.
Architectural Systems - New Addition
The Vet Tech addition will consist of 2 floors, totaling 13,434 sf. Architectural context of the surroundings buildings,
most built in the 1970s, consists of low-rise brick buildings with metal panel parapet / fascia cladding. The addition
seeks to mimic this context (heavy brick appearance below an upper, lighter material) with its massing. Key views to
and from the building are via the central campus courtyard, as most student traffic will approach the building from
the western (courtyard-facing facade). The main entry will be at the juncture of the addition and existing building,
allowing convenient access to both buildings. A service yard, created by the space between the addition and existing
building, will be created at the eastern side of the building, enabling space for deliveries, dumpster, and other service
functions. No loading dock is required, however.
Exterior walls will be composed of load-bearing CMU backup, continuous air/vapor barrier, insulation, and
associated accessories, ties, and flashing. Brick veneer will be the cladding material at the first floor level, and will
transition to a rainscreen system at the second floor, with exterior cladding of fiber cement siding/panels. Selected
feature areas will receive ACM (aluminum composite material) metal panels in a rainscreen (dry joint) installation.
Roofing will be a single-ply TPO system, on insulation and sloped structure. A central ridge will drain towards the
north and south sides of the two story volume, to either internal roof drain piping, or exterior roof drain leaders and
overflow scuppers.
Fenestration will consist of insulated glazing units with high performance coatings to reduce solar heat gain.
Aluminum framing systems are proposed to be limited in height to enable construction with storefront framing, versus
curtain wall framing.
interior Space Plan
A detailed finish schedule has not been generated yet, but an overview of finishes is as listed below:
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Classrooms and office spaces will have gypsum board walls and acoustic ceiling tile. Flooring will
consist of carpet or vinyl/linoleum tile.
Restrooms will include gypsum board and porcelain / ceramic tile on the walls and floors, and acoustic
ceiling tile.
Storage, housekeeping, electrical, and other "back of house" spaces will include gypsum walls with tile
or FRP, flooring of vinyl tile or exposed concrete, and acoustic ceiling tile or exposed ceilings.
The dog housing area will likely include a heavy duty epoxy flooring, acoustic ceiling tiles, acoustic
baffles and/or wall panels, and sealed CMU walls. The cat housing area will contain similar finishes, but
may omit acoustic baffles or wall panels.
Animal work areas and the laundry room will have exposed concrete or epoxy floors, acoustic ceiling tile,
and sealed CMU walls.
The labs will likely include sealed concrete or vinyl tile floors, acoustic ceiling tiles, and CMU/gypsum
board walls.
Conveyances
A holeless hydraulic elevator is proposed for the building.
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Building Code Analysis
Preliminary building code analysis is summarized as follows:
Building Code Edition
2012 IBC with NC amendments*
Occupancy
Business
Construction Type
Type VB construction
Square Footage Proposed
First floor: 7,032 SF new; 4,000 SF minor renovation
Second floor: 6,402 SF new
Mixed Use
No
Square Footage Allowed
Table 503 Type VB construction: 9,000 SF allowed per floor
Frontage increase per floor = 9,000 sf x anticipated 50% increase = 13,500 sf per
floor allowable.
Sprinklers
Not required
Fire ratings
Laundry (incidental use), stairs, elevator, shafts, elevator equipment room, and the
2nd floor corridor will receive a 1 hour rating. No large scale exterior ratings are
anticipated, due to distance from adjacent buildings, however, 10' of exterior walls
will be rated in certain areas adjacent to stair egress.
ADA Accessibility
All primary spaces within the building, including restrooms, labs, classrooms, and
offices will be accessible and on an accessible route.
* The governing codes for this project include the 2012 North Carolina Building, Administrative, Mechanical, Fuel Gas,
Plumbing, Energy, and Fire Codes, and the 2011 National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) with 2011 NC Amendments. By
reference, ANSI A117.1 and DoJ Accessibility Standards are included.
The authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ) over this project include:
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Review, Permitting, and Construction Inspections: City of Sanford/Lee County Inspections Division and
City of Sanford/Lee County Fire Department
Constructability and State Regulatory secondary review: State Construction Office
Zoning Review: City of Sanford Planning and Development Department
Due to the relatively small size of the building, it is proposed to be considered as a Type VB building to enable a
connection to the existing kennel building without a fire wall. Actual construction methods of the new addition will be
more in line with Type IIB construction, however.
The project proposes to provide a fully accessible new building with associated accessible parking spaces located
across the street. All primary spaces within the building, including restrooms, labs, kennels, classrooms, and offices
will be accessible and on an accessible route.
Original drawings indicate the presence of Vinyl Asbestos Tile in the lab and toilet room in the existing building. The
existing kennel/lab building was surveyed in April 2015 by Blue Ridge CC EHSI and was determined to contain
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asbestos-containing materials. These materials will need to be abated as part of the project scope. The testing report
has been included in this report.
A building-wide sprinkler system is not required due to the size and anticipated construction type of the building,
however, a dry standpipe will be provided at each stair, and an FDC will be provided at the eastern facade.
The minimum required plumbing fixture counts are four water closets/urinals and three lavatories for men, and four
water closets and three lavatories for women. Two drinking fountains are required.
(Refer to the plumbing fixture spreadsheet included in the appendix.)
Sustainability Goals
Although not subject to the requirements of Senate Bill 668, nor seeking any form of green building certification such
as LEED or Green Globes, this project will seek to specify sustainable materials and equipment where possible.
HVAC and lighting design is mainly driven by rigorous environmental requirements associated with animal - oriented
spaces. However, the design team has proposed the consideration of certain strategies to reduce energy
consumption while still achieving functional and budgetary goals, including total energy heat recovery and LED
lighting.
1.2 Project Description - Civil / Landscape
Soils investigation efforts are underway, and the geotechnical report will be submitted with the DD submission.
Suggested boring locations have been identified based upon the building's current layout.
The proposed site work associated with the new Vet Tech building will consist generally of the following:
Site demolition will include the removal of an existing 23 space parking lot and adjacent sidewalks in the immediate
site of the proposed building. Portions of curb and gutter will be removed along the adjacent campus roadway. An
existing fire hydrant will be relocated and several site lighting fixtures will be removed and/or replaced.
A limited amount of earthwork and very minor clearing will be required on the flat site to establish the building’s
subgrade elevations. Additional clearing and grading will be required across the campus roadway to the northeast of
the building site in preparation for the construction of new parking spaces.
Two new handicap accessible parking spaces will be developed in the base bid scope of work and an additional 22
spaces will be included as an alternate scope. The parking spaces will be constructed of asphalt pavement with
concrete curb and gutter and will be oriented 90-deg to the existing roadway which will serve as the aisle for the new
parking spaces. The new parking spaces will be constructed with approximately 3-ft of additional stall depth to
compensate for the existing driveway width with is slightly narrower than the standard 24-ft wide parking space
access aisle.
New sidewalks will be installed around the perimeter of the new building to maintain the campus’s network of
pedestrian pathways. A concrete-paved service area connecting to the campus roadway will be constructed near the
northeast corner of the new building.
A new system of storm drain inlets and pipes will be installed to convey stormwater from the areas adjacent to the
new building to the existing storm drainage system located with the adjacent campus roadway. The site is not
located within a water supply watershed and no stormwater treatment or detention is required or proposed for this
project. Stormwater from the site will drain to the existing drainage system which discharges to an established
channel that eventually drains to Lick Creek in the Cape Fear River basin.
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An existing fire hydrant that will conflict with the new building will be relocated across the campus roadway. Domestic
water for the new building will be provided by an extension of the existing campus domestic water system on the
southern side of the building.
The sewer service for the new building with either be extended by gravity to the southwest to connect into an existing
gravity main that flows to the campus’s existing Joyner Pump Station or a new small grinder pump station will be
installed to serve the new building. The force main from the grinder pump station would connect either to the existing
force main of the adjacent Vet Lab Pump Station or extend to the existing gravity main located on the southeast side
of the Vet Med Tech building. The feasibility and cost of each option are currently being evaluated.
1.3 Project Description - Structural Engineering
Structural systems proposed for the project are as follows:
Foundations
Foundations will be designed in accordance with the recommendations in the geotechnical engineering
report. This report is not currently available, as the geotechnical investigation in the location of the proposed new
building structure has not been conducted. It will be assumed, for the purposes of this design narrative, that a
shallow foundation system will be recommended for the new building. Additionally, it will be assumed that the
seismic site class is D. Should the geotechnical engineer recommend a different foundation system or a different site
class, foundation adjustments will be made to meet those recommendations.
Columns will be supported on conventional spread footings, while continuous wall footings will support exterior
foundation walls, exterior masonry walls and load bearing interior masonry walls. Support for interior non-load
bearing masonry partition walls will consist of a thickened slab-on-grade.
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Foundation concrete will be f’c = 3000 psi, normal weight
Slab-on-grade concrete will be f’c = 3500 psi, normal weight
Elevated slab concrete will be f’c = 3000 psi, normal weight
Top of footing elevations will typically be 1’-4” below the finished floor elevation
Slabs-on-grade will be 4" thick reinforced with welded wire reinforcing on 15-mil vapor retarder and a 4”
depth of porous fill.
The finished floor elevation of the new building addition will be approximately 4 feet below the finished floor elevation
of the existing building. Underpinning and strengthening of the foundation wall and footings of the existing building
will be required where the new addition connects to the existing building. A ramp will be provided for access between
the two buildings.
Primary Structural System
The building structure for the new addition will consist of 2-story load bearing masonry walls, except that the 1-story
connector element will use steel tube columns. Elevated floors will be framed with steel bar joists supporting a
normal weight concrete slab on steel form deck reinforced with welded wire reinforcing. Roof construction will consist
of open web steel joists supporting a 1-1/2” roof deck. Resistance to wind and seismic loads will be accomplished
with reinforced masonry shear walls. A building expansion joint will be provided between the new addition and the
existing building to avoid imposing additional loads on the existing building for which it was not designed.
Design Loads
Design of this building will be in accordance with the 2012 North Carolina State Building Code. Structural
design loads are anticipated to be as listed below:
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Classification of Building = Category III
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Live Loads:
Slabs-On-Grade = 100 psf
Supported Floors:
Classrooms = 40 psf
Labs = 60 psf
Corridors = 80 psf
Lobbies = 100 psf
Storage rooms = 125 psf
Mechanical Rooms = 150 psf
Stairs = 100 psf
Roof = 20 psf
Snow Loads:
Ground Snow Load, pg = 15 psf
Importance Factor, Is = 1.1
Exposure Factor, Ce = 1.0
Thermal Factor, Ct = 1.0
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Wind Loads:
Basic Wind Speed = 95 mph (3 second gust)
Exposure = C
Importance Factor, Iw = 1.15
Internal Pressure Coefficient = +/-0.18
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Seismic Loads:
Importance Factor, Is = 1.25
Site Classification = D
Spectral Response Accelerations:
Ss = 22.5%g S1 = 9.2%g
Sms = 39.9%g Sm1 = 22.0%g
Sds = 26.6%g Sd1 = 14.7%g
Site Class = D (Assumed)
Seismic Design Category = C
Analysis Procedure = Equivalent Lateral Force
Existing Building To Remain
The structural occupancy of the existing building to remain will not change; therefore, unless the local building official
requires it as an exception, bringing the entire structure up to current code is not required. It is anticipated, however,
that a portion of the existing building foundations will need to be altered and strengthened where the new building
addition connects to the existing building. These alterations are not
expected to cause an increase in loading to any other element other than those being altered.
1.4 Project Description - Mechanical Engineering / HVAC
HVAC loads and type of systems are driven primarily by the amount of ventilation required for this facility.
Recommendations by Animal Arts indicate the need for a minimum of 12 air changes of fresh air for the dog kennels,
20 air changes for the cat wards and 12 air changes for the lab areas. The lab ventilation recommendations are also
applied to the two large class rooms on the second floor as animals are being used in these rooms. Separate
systems are also recommended for the dog and cat areas.
Preliminary load calculations to accommodate the high ventilation rates, estimates peak building loads of 98 tons of
cooling with 590 mbh of heating. The dog and cat wards will require 100% outside air to maintain these ventilation
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rates. In addition to the high heating and cooling loads, humidification and dehumidification will need to be
provided.
Use of total energy (enthalpy) heat recovery in the units or as separate exhaust/makeup units, decreases the heating
and cooling loads as well as the need for humidification and dehumidification. Estimated cooling and heating loads
with the use of total energy heat recovery are 65 tons of cooling and 450 mbh of heating.
Physical size of the necessary equipment dictates the equipment be placed on the roof especially since separate
systems are required for the various areas. Several options are available and have been considered for the facility.
The option that appears to be best is that of self-contained DX equipment with supply and exhaust/return fans, total
energy wheel, hot gas dehumidification and internal controls. Use of this type of package equipment eliminates the
need for a separate chiller, boiler, pumps and associated piping. Controls are also integrated such that only
communication links and space sensors are needed for the equipment.
Cost estimates are provided for both the packaged equipment described above and for a system with chiller and
boiler. Roof top equipment for the chiller/boiler option would be similar without the compressors, condenser and gas
furnaces but would include chilled water and hot water coils and a total energy wheel. An air cooled chiller would be
provided on the ground and a condensing boiler located in a mechanical room with associated pumps, air control,
piping etc. DDC controls is included for all systems.
Both of the options described utilized constant volume systems for the 1st floor animal care areas and a variable
volume system for the second floor. The second floor is divided into separate zones served by parallel fan terminals.
The lab fan terminals will have controls set for minimum ventilation rates when in use to provide the necessary
ventilation rates. Although the animal care areas are constant volume, variable speed drives will be utilized on the
fans to allow adjustment to the total flow based on animal occupancy. Use of variable speed drives also allows the
exhaust fan to control space pressurization and adjust with filter loading.
The first floor common areas will be served by a standard packaged unit if the package DX systems are used or a
chilled water unit if the chilled water option is selected.
Rooftop equipment will be curb mounted on rigid curbs. Interior space within the curb will be filled with layers of gyp
board and rigid insulation for sound attenuation.
Ductwork will be galvanized sheet metal with wrap insulation. All ductwork is anticipated to be concealed at present.
Return duct will be used rather than ceiling plenums to maintain isolation of the spaces, reduce potential
contamination above ceilings and allow use of non-plenum materials in the ceiling cavity.
Insulated flexible
ductwork will connect rectangular duct to air terminals and ceiling diffusers. Diffusers will be square louver face
diffusers for ceiling mounting or lay-in installation matching the ceiling type. Return grilles in the dog and cat wards
will be filter type grilles to aid in maintaining filtration, keep return ducts clean and reduce filter maintenance at the
units.
Stainless steel sheet metal hoods will be provided over designated sinks and dishwasher areas and served by inline
or rooftop fans to provide general exhaust in those areas. Exhaust duct will also be provided for the lab hoods
provided as part of the veterinary equipment. Toilet and janitor room exhaust will be connected to a single roof
mounted exhaust fan controlled by time of day.
Scavenger system ductwork will be provided in the work areas and the lab classroom wherever anesthesia
equipment is provided. Systems will consists of PVC piping above the ceiling and flexible hose dropdowns for
connection to anesthesia equipment.
Four inch dryer exhaust will be provided for each of the dryers in the laundry.
Dedicated ductless wall mounted air conditioners will be provided for the IT and elevator equipment rooms and be
enabled at all times. Condensing units will be roof mounted.
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1.5 Project Description - Plumbing
Schematic drawings include a load demand summary for water and sewer requirements. Peak water demand is 75
gpm requiring a 2” main water line within the building. The water service will enter the building using Type K copper
underground and connect to a 2” RPZ backflow preventer inside the building. Water distribution piping will be Type L
copper routed overhead. Hot water demands are dictated by dog wash areas and washing machines and will be
provided with a high efficiency sealed combustion natural gas water heater with 80 to 100 gallons of storage and a
minimum of 150 mbh heating capacity. Water will be stored at 140 degrees and distributed through a mixing valve at
110 degrees throughout the space. Hot water recirculation will be provided and controlled by time of day and/or
return temperature.
Drain Waste and Vent systems will be standard weight cast iron with no-hub joints. A four inch building drain/sewer
will be required for the building. The schematic drawings indicate a single 4” line running along the northwest side of
the building and connecting to a new lift station. This will allow separate connections for the trench drains in the dog
kennel area, laundry and general waste. Separate connections with cleanouts will provide ease of maintenance in
case of stoppages without affecting the entire building. A central hair separator is not presently provided on the
existing facility and not planned for the addition. However fixture drains and floor drains serving animal areas are
planned to have strainers and/or baskets for capture of hair prior to entering the drain system.
Trench drains are planned for the kennel areas, one trench for each row of kennels, internally sloped to a single
connection with HDPE grates. Floor drains will be provided in mechanical rooms, toilets, labs and other areas as
desired. Dog wash stations include wash enclosures provided with the veterinary equipment and drain to floor
sink/drains with strainers for hair capture.
Flushing fixtures will be manually operated, flush valve, low flow fixtures. Lavatories in the gang restroom with have
tempered water provided by motion sensor mixing faucets. Single location lavatories and sinks will have single lever
faucets. Dual wrist blade type faucets will be provided in the lab area and work sinks. Janitor sinks will include
molded stone receptacles with faucets and hose connections.
Hose reels with cold water only are provided in the dog kennel area for wash down. Hose bibs inside will be
provided for general use and in toilets for cleanup. Outside hose bibs will be freeze resistant, key operated.
A split level electric water cooler is provided in locations shown. Utility boxes with water hammer arrestors are
provided at each washing machine and refrigerator with ice maker.
Medical gas (NO2 and O2) piping will be routed throughout the space as desired. A central gas storage area will be
provided outside the building and gas piping racked overhead from the storage area to the building and above the
ceilings within the space. Piping shall be Type L seamless medical gas tubing with brazed joints.
1.6 Project Description - Fire Protection
Per conversations with the City of Sanford Fire Marshal, dry standpipes will be included in each stair, and an FDC
connection will be provided at the building's east side.
1.7 Project Description - Electrical
Electrical Systems
This project is an addition to the existing building which currently has its own service. In order to provide a service of
adequate size for the existing and new facility, a new service will be provided as part of the new building and the
existing building will be sub fed out of the new service. A load summary is provided on the schematic drawings and
estimated service size is 1000 amps at 208 volt, three phase. This provides a 400 amp branch feeder to the existing
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service panel. Service grounding will be disconnected from the existing service once the new feeder is installed and
connected to the new service.
The new service will provide general purpose power throughout the building for receptacles, elevator, roof top
equipment, lighting and veterinary equipment. It is expected a new pad mount transformer will be provided at the
northeast end of the building and feed in a concrete duct bank underground to the electrical equipment room. All
wiring will be copper installed in conduit per State Construction Guidelines. Disconnects, variable speed drives and
similar devices will be provided by the specific trade providing the equipment and connected on the lineside by the
electrical subcontractor.
Lighting for this facility will be primarily LED. Most all areas require a high degree of dimming associated with the
needs of the animals. While fluorescent can be considered, cost of dimming usually favors the LED fixtures. In
addition LED power consumption is considerably less making it much easier to achieve the requirements of the NC
Energy Code or ASHRAE 90.1. Maintenance costs are also reduced due to the long fixture/lamp life of LED fixtures.
Exterior fixtures will be building mounted and use LED illumination. Emergency lighting will be provided by battery
back-up within the individual fixtures.
Lighting control will use a central control panel for the second floor and 1st floor common areas that can be operated
from a building management system providing time of day shutdown. Animal areas will utilize localized dimming
controls as these areas should be controlled and maintained at various settings as determined by the users. Remote
control of the animal areas is probably not desired.
Parking lot lighting will consist of pole mounted LED lighting with timeclock and photocell control.
Fire Alarm
A central Fire Alarm Control Panel and addressable system will be provided for the building. A Fire Alarm
Annunciator Panel will be located near the entrance to the building. Detection devices will consist of corridor smoke
detectors, elevator smoke detectors and heat detectors, storage room detectors and duct smoke detectors. Manual
activation will include pull stations at exit doors and elsewhere as required. Signal annunciation devices will include
horn strobes and strobes throughout the building and will be required in almost all spaces except offices and storage
rooms.
Interface with the existing building is also required and will include replacement of all existing devices to be
compatible with the new system. Dedicated phone lines will be provided through the new phone/IT room and air
handler defeat included at the FACP.
IT/Phone
A separate room is provided on the second floor for IT/Phone service. These services are currently located on the
northeast end of the building. Conduits will be provided from the utility up to the second floor room for installation of
copper phone service and fiber optic cables. Fire rated plywood will be provided on the walls of the room and open
racks provided for equipment. Cabling will be provided from the IT racks to the various phone, wireless access
points and data outlets as well as building management system and lighting controls. All cables will be routed in
conduit or on wall hooks.
Security System
Security systems provided as part of the building contract will consists of raceways, wiring and outlet boxes for the
equipment provided by the Owner/security system vendor.
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2: Narrative Specifications
2.0 Narrative Specifications
Selected specification sections anticipated as part of this project are listed below.
DIVISION 00
Appropriate Procurement, Contract, Project Forms, and General and Supplementary Conditions will be
included in the final project manual for bid.
DIVISION 01
Appropriate Summary of Work, Price and Payment Procedures, Administrative, Quality, and Performance
Requirements, and associated documentation will be included in the final project manual for bid.
DIVISION 02
02 41 19 Selective Demolition
Demolition and removal of selected portions of building or structure.
Demolition and removal of selected site elements.
02 82 13 Asbestos Abatement
DIVISION 03
03 30 00 Cast-In-Place Concrete
Section includes concrete materials, mixtures, steel reinforcing, slab on grade vapor barrier, formwork and
required testing and inspection of concrete construction.
DIVISION 04
04 22 00 Concrete Unit Masonry
Section includes concrete masonry units, mortar and grout, steel reinforcing bars, masonry-joint
reinforcement, embedded flashing, misc. masonry accessories, masonry-cell fill.
04 26 13 Masonry Veneer
Section includes Clay face brick, mortar, ties and anchors, embedded flashing, miscellaneous masonry
accessories.
DIVISION 05
05 12 00 Structural Steel Framing
Section includes material specification for steel shapes, plates, and bolts, as well as design requirements for
structural steel connections. Testing and inspecting requirements for steel structures are also included.
05 21 00 Steel Joist Framing
Section includes specification for manufacture of standard Steel Joist Institute joists, as well as design of
joists with special loading and testing and inspection requirements for joist construction.
05 31 00 Steel Decking
Section includes material and property specifications for steel decking for floors and roofs, and required
testing and inspecting for steel deck construction.
05 40 00 Cold-Formed Metal Framing
Section includes material and property specifications for non-load bearing exterior wall studs, and required
testing and inspecting for cold-formed metal framing.
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05 50 00 Metal Fabrications
Section includes steel framing and supports for countertops, steel framing and supports for mechanical and
electrical equipment, steel framing and supports for applications where framing and supports are not
specified in other sections, elevator hoist beams, steel shapes for supporting elevator door sills, shelf
angles, metal ladders, alternating tread devices, elevator pit sump covers, metal bollards.
05 52 13 Pipe and Tube Railings
Section includes steel pipe and tube railings.
DIVISION 06
06 10 00 Rough Carpentry
Section includes rooftop equipment bases and support curbs, wood blocking, furring, nailers, sleepers, and
plywood backing panels.
06 16 00 Sheathing
Section includes wall sheathing, roof sheathing, parapet sheathing.
06 20 23 Interior Finish Carpentry
Section includes interior trim.
06 41 00 Plastic-Laminate Faced Architectural Cabinets
Section includes plastic-laminate faced architectural cabinets, wood furring, blocking , shims, and hanging
strips for installing plastic-laminate-faced cabinets.
DIVISION 07
07 12 00 Built-Up Bituminous Dampproofing
Section includes asphalt dampproofing.
07 13 26 Self-Adhering Sheet Waterproofing
Section includes modified bituminous sheet waterproofing.
07 21 00 Thermal Insulation
Section includes polyisocyanurate foam-plastic board, mineral wool blanket, extruded polystyrene foamplastic board.
07 27 26 Fluid-Applied Membrane Air Barriers
Vapor-retarding, fluid-applied air barriers.
07 42 13 Metal Wall Panels
Section includes metal composite material wall panels.
07 46 46 Fiber-Cement Siding
Section includes fiber cement siding and soffit.
07 54 23 Thermoplastic Polyolefin Roofing
Section includes adhered or mechanically fastened TPO roofing system, vapor retarder, roof insulation.
07 62 00 Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim
Section includes manufactured through wall flashing and sheet metal fabrications.
07 72 00 Roof Accessories
Section includes roof curbs, equipment supports, roof hatches, roof walkways.
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07 84 13 Penetration Firestopping
Section includes penetrations in fire-resistance-rated-walls, horizontal assemblies, and smoke barriers.
07 84 43 Joint Firestopping
Section includes joints in or between fire-resistance rated constructions, joints in smoke barriers.
07 92 00 Joint Sealants
Section includes silicone joint sealants, urethane joint sealants, and others.
07 95 13 Expansion Joint Cover Assemblies
Section includes building expansion joint cover assemblies.
DIVISION 08
08 11 13 Hollow Metal Doors and Frames
Section includes hollow metal work.
08 14 16 Flush Wood Doors
Section includes solid-core doors with wood veneer faces, factory finishing wood doors.
08 31 13 Access Doors and Frames
Section includes access doors and frames for walls and ceilings.
08 34 73 Sound Control Door Assemblies
Section includes acoustic control door and frame assemblies.
08 41 13 Aluminum Framed Entrances and Storefronts
Section includes exterior storefront framing, storefront framing for punched openings, exterior manual-swing
entrance doors and door-frame units.
08 71 00 Door Hardware
Section includes mechanical door hardware for swinging doors, electrified door hardware.
08 81 00 Glazing
Section includes glass for windows, doors, interior borrowed lites, storefront framing, glazing sealants and
acesssories.
08 83 00 Mirrors
Section includes silvered flat glass mirrors including annealed monolithic glass mirrors.
08 91 19 Fixed Louvers
Section includes fixed metal louvers, and fixed, formed-metal acoustical louvers.
DIVISION 09
09 21 16.23 Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies
Section includes gypsum board shaft wall assemblies.
09 22 16 Non-Structural Metal Framing
Section includes non-load-bearing steel framing systems for interior partitions. Suspension systems for
interior ceilings and soffits, grid suspension systems.
09 29 00 Gypsum Board
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Section includes interior gypsum board, exterior gypsum board for ceilings and soffits, tile backing panels,
texture finishes.
09 30 13 Ceramic Tilling
Section includes ceramic mosaic tile, porcelain tile, stone thresholds, tile backing panels, waterproof
membrane, crack isolation membrane, metal edge strips.
09 51 23 Acoustical Tile Ceilings
Section includes acoustical tile for interior ceilings, fully concealed, direct-hung, suspension systems.
09 65 19 Resilient Tile Flooring
Section includes vinyl composition floor tile.
09 67 00 Fluid-Applied Flooring
Section includes poured epoxy flooring.
09 68 13 Tile Carpeting
Section includes modular carpet tile.
09 84 33 Sound-Absorptive Wall Units
Section includes sound-absorbing wall panels, sound-diffusing wall panels, sound-reflecting wall panels.
09 91 13 Exterior Painting
Section includes surface preparation and the application of paint systems on exterior substrates.
09 91 23 Interior Painting
Section includes surface preparation and the application of paint systems on interior substrates.
09 96 00 High-Performance Coatings
Section includes surface preparation and the application of high-performance coating system.
DIVISION 10
10 14 23 Panel Signage
Section includes panel signs, illuminated panel signs, room-identification signs, field-applied vinyl-character
signs.
10 21 13 Plastic Toilet Compartments
Section includes solid plastic toilet compartments configured as toilet enclosures and urinal screens.
10 26 00 Wall and Door Protection
Section includes wall guards, corner guards, abuse-resistant wall coverings.
10 28 00 Toilet, Bath, and Laundry Accessories
Section includes public-use washroom accessories.
10 44 00 Fire Protection Cabinets
Section includes fire protection cabinets for portable fire extinguishers, fire hose valves, fire hoses and racks.
10 51 13 Metal Lockers
Section includes knocked-down corridor lockers.
DIVISION 11
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11 31 00 Residential Appliances
Section includes refrigeration appliances, cleaning appliances, cooking appliances.
11 52 13 Projection Screens
Section includes manually operated, front-projection screens.
11 53 00 Laboratory Fume Hoods
Section includes laboratory fume hoods.
11 70 00 Healthcare Equipment
Section includes healthcare equipment.
DIVISION 12
12 21 13 Horizontal Louver Blinds
Section includes horizontal louver blinds with aluminum slats.
12 24 13 Roller Window Shades
Section includes manually operated roller shades with single rollers.
12 35 53 Laboratory Casework
Section includes laboratory casework, countertops, backsplashes, end splashes, apron fronts.
12 36 61.16 Solid Surfacing Countertops
Section includes solid surface material countertops, backsplashes, end splashes, apron fronts.
DIVISION 13
13 19 00 Kennels and Animal Shelters
Section includes animal housing caging and accessories.
DIVISION 14
14 24 00 Hydraulic Elevators
Section includes hydraulic passenger and service elevators.
DIVISION 21
FIRE SUPPRESSION
21 12 00 Fire-Suppression Standpipes
Piping, specialties, valves and hose stations
DIVISION 22
PLUMBING
22 05 17 Sleeves and Sleeve Seals
Galvanized, cast iron and PVC sleeves
Mechanical sleeve seals
22 05 18 Escutcheons
Escutcheons and floor plates for piping at ceiling, floor and wall penetrations
22 05 23 General Duty Valves for Plumbing Piping
Bronze Ball Valves
Bronze Check Valves
Bronze Gate Valves
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22 05 29 Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping and Equipment
Hangers and supports for plumbing system piping and equipment
22 05 53 Identification for Plumbing Piping and Equipment
Plumbing identification materials and devices.
22 07 19 Pipe Insulation
Fiberglass pipe insulation with ASJ
Preformed, rigid and flexible pipe insulation; insulating cements; field-applied jackets; accessories and
attachments; and sealing compounds
22 11 16 Domestic Water Piping
Domestic water piping- Type L above Ground, Type K annealed below ground
22 11 19 Plumbing Specialties
Hydrants, outlet boxes, stops, etc
22 13 16 Sanitary Waste and Vent Piping
Cast Iron Soil and waste, sanitary drainage and vent piping inside
22 13 19 Sanitary Waste Piping Specialties
Cleanouts
Floor Drains
Trench Drains
22 14 13 Storm Drainage Piping
Cast Iron Storm-drainage piping inside the building to locations site connection points
22 14 23 Storm Drainage Specialties
Roof Drains
22 34 00 Fuel Fired, Water Heaters
Direct Vent
High Efficiency
Natural Gas
22 42 00 Plumbing Fixtures
Plumbing fixtures, water closets, lavatories, sinks, showers, etc and related faucets and other components.
22 47 16 Water Coolers
Compressorized water coolers.
Surface mounted and integral cooler systems
Fixture supports
22 63 16 Gas Piping for Healthcare
O2 and NO2 Piping and specialties
DIVISION 23
MECHANICAL
23 05 53 Mechanical Identification
Mechanical identification materials and devices.
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23 05 93 Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing
Balancing airflow within distribution systems, including submains, branches, and terminals, to indicated
quantities according to specified tolerances.
Adjusting total HVAC systems to provide indicated quantities.
Measuring electrical performance of HVAC equipment.
Setting quantitative performance of HVAC equipment.
Verifying that automatic control devices are functioning properly.
Reporting results of the activities and procedures specified in this Section
23 07 13 Duct Insulation
Semi rigid and flexible duct, plenum insulation; insulating cements; field-applied jackets; accessories and
attachments; and sealing compounds.
23 09 23 HVAC Instrumentation and Controls
Control equipment for HVAC systems and components, including control components for terminal heating
and cooling units not supplied with factory-wired controls.
DDC Web Based systems
Compatibility with Campus systems for connectivity
23 11 23 Fuel Gas Piping
Schedule 40 steel
FRP coated in exterior applications
23 31 13 Metal Ducts
Galvanized steel rectangular and round ducts and plenums for heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning
systems in 2” wg pressure class to 4” wg pressure
23 33 00 Duct Accessories
Fire Dampers
Back draft dampers.
Manual-volume dampers.
Turning vanes.
Flexible ducts.
Duct accessory hardware.
23 34 23 Power Ventilators
Roof mounted centrifugal fans
In-line centrifugal fans with variable speed drive
23 36 00 Air Terminal Units.
VAV and fan powered terminals.
Electric heat
23 37 13 Diffusers, Registers, and Grilles
Ceiling-mounted diffusers, registers, and grilles.
23 74 16 Packaged HVAC Units
Rooftop heat pumps
Gas heat auxiliary
100% outside air capability
Enthalpy energy recovery heat exchanger
Hot gas reheat for dehumidification
23 81 26 Ductless Split-System Air-Conditioning Units
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Ductless split-system air-conditioning units consisting of separate evaporator-fan and compressorcondenser components. Units are designed for exposed or concealed mounting
DIVISION 26
ELECTRICAL
26 05 19 Low Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables
Wires and Cables rated 600 V and Less
Connectors, Splices and Terminations
26 05 26 Grounding and Bonding
Ground Rods
Grounding attachments
Grounding Testing
26 05 29 Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems
Hangers and supports for electrical equipment.
Requirements for concrete bases.
26 05 33 Raceway and Boxes
Conduits and Fittings – Galvanized above ground PVC Below Ground
Wire ways
Device boxes
Pull boxes
Duct banks – concrete encased conduits
26 05 53 Identification
Color Coding of wiring
Conduit and junction box color and labeling
Panelboard and device labeling and colors
26 09 23 Lighting Control Devices
Switches
Occupancy Sensors
Photo cells
Timers
26 09 33 Central Dimming Control
Dimmer controls
Cabinets
Control network connections
26 24 16 Panelboards
Lighting and appliance branch-circuit panelboards.
Distribution panelboards.
Transient voltage surge suppressor panelboards.
26 27 26 Wiring Devices
Straight blade devices – heavy duty
Switches
Motor rated Switches
26 28 13 Fuses
Type and delay ratings
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26 28 16 Enclosed Breakers and Switches
Fused and non fused disconnects
Heavy duty
26 29 23 Variable Frequency Motor Controllers
Solid State pulse width modulated variable torque for HVAC equipment
26 43 13 Transient-Voltage Suppression for Low-Voltage Electrical Power Circuits
TVSS for low voltage power distribution and control equipment.
26 51 19 Interior Lighting
LED Lighting
Lensed and open fixtures
Damp location
LED Exits
Ni-Cad battery back-up
26 56 19 Exterior Lighting
LED Building Mounted Lighting
LED parking lot lighting
Photo Sensor controls
Poles and concrete bases
DIVISION 27
COMMUNICATIONS
27 05 26 Grounding and Bonding for Communications
General Installation requirements
27 05 28 Pathways for Communications
Conduits, wire ways, hand holes and boxes.
27 11 00 Communications Equipment Room Fittings
Racks
Wire Management
Ports
27 13 13 Communications Copper Backbone Cabling
Copper cables
Identification
27 13 23 Communications Optical Fiber Backbone Cabling
Optical fiber cables
Identification
Testing
27 15 00 Communications Horizontal Cabling
Cat 5e cabling
Outlets
DIVISION 28
ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
28 05 13 Conductors and Cables for Electronic Safety and Security
General installation required.
Testing
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28 05 26 Grounding and Bonding for Security systems
General installation required.
28 16 00 Intrusion Detection
Door monitoring
Motion sensors
28 2300 Video Surveillance
Cameras
Data wiring
Control station with recorders
Monitor
28 31 11 Digital Addressable Fire Alarm System
Modified to incorporate DOI Fire Alarm Requirements
Control Panels
Wiring
Notification and Initiating Devices
DIVISION 31
31 10 00 Site Clearing
Section includes general site clearing operations, including tree and vegetation removal, protection of
existing trees to be left standing, topsoil stripping and stockpiling, clearing and grubbing, and removal or
capping of known above-ground and below-grade improvements.
31 20 00 Earth Moving
Section includes excavating, filling and backfilling, compacting, and grading inside and outside building
limits. This section will also include base and subbase materials for pavements; granular drainage course
under slabs-on-grade; drainage and separation geotextile fabrics; and trench excavation and backfilling for
utility and underground services. Section includes the project excavation classifications consisting of
general, mass rock, trench rock, and unsuitable material excavations.
31 20 00 Earthwork for Buildings
Section includes required soil properties for support of building foundations as well as structural fill
requirements, compaction of fill, and site water control. Testing and inspecting requirements of building
earthwork is also included.
31 25 00 Erosion & Sediment Controls
Section includes materials and measures to be employed to control erosion of on-site soils and
sedimentation of off-site waters. Erosion and sediment control practices will be in accordance with the
NCDEQ - Land Quality Section requirements and guidelines.
DIVISION 32
32 12 16 Asphalt Paving
Section includes hot-mixed asphalt paving for roads. All methods and materials shall be in accordance with
the NCDOT Standard Specifications for Roads and Structures.
32 13 13 Concrete Paving
Section includes cast-in-place concrete pavement construction including related formwork, reinforcement,
placement, and finishes. Curb & gutter and concrete walks will also be included in this section.
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32 31 13 Chain-Link Fences and Gates
Section includes galvanized-steel chain link fence and gates including fabric, framework and appurtenances.
32 40 00 Site Furnishings
Section includes bAdjust list below to suit Project. Benches, trash receptacles and bike racks.
32 90 00 Planting
Section includes trees, shrubs, ground covers, plant, and lawns. This section includes preparation of
planting beds, topsoil, soil amendments, fertilizers, and mulches.
DIVISION 33
33 10 00 Site Water Systems
Section includes water piping and specialties for potable-water service outside the building. All construction
methods and materials shall comply with the standard specifications of the City of Sanford and NCDEQ.
33 40 00 Site Drainage Utilities
Section includes gravity-flow storm drainage outside the building including pipe, catch basins, drop inlets,
manholes, etc. Connections to roof drainage systems will be made at a point 5’-0” outside the building.
33 30 00 Site Sanitary Sewer Systems
Section includes gravity-flow and pressure-flow sanitary sewer systems outside the building. All construction
methods and materials shall comply with the standard specifications of the local governing utility company
or municipality and NCDEQ.
33 32 00 Wastewater Utility Pumping Stations
Section includes sanitary sewer pump station and controls. All construction methods and materials shall
comply with the standard specifications of the City of Sanford and NCDEQ.
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3: Estimated Project Cost
Estimated Project Cost
The enclosed 3-9 budget form reflects updated budget cost information. Given current market conditions, the current
estimate reflects a construction cost per square foot of $300 for an approximately 13,000 SF addition, including site
costs.
The enclosed budget form also reflects a 3% construction contingency, 3.25% design estimate contingency, design
fees, estimated Owner costs, and an escalation factor of 6% over the course of 12 months. The total estimated
project cost is approximately $4,991,784.
The design team evaluated the use of a chiller/boiler option instead of a DX packaged strategy. The current estimate
is based upon a DX system; a chiller/boiler option is anticipated to add approximately $75,000 to project costs.
The design team has identified a list of possible add alternates based on current design. As the project develops, the
design team will continue to work with CCCC to identify items that can be structured as add alternates to allow
flexibility on bid day. Currently identified alternates include:
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Acoustic window/door units at spaces housing dogs
Dog shading structure at exterior dog run area
Roof screening assemblies, if allowed to be omitted by Sanford Zoning
Parking, except for required HC spaces, if allowed to be omitted by Sanford Zoning
Reduced glazing area on the west and east facades
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CURRENT ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST*
A.
Land Requirement
B.
Site Preparation
C.
1. Demolition
2. Site Work***
Construction
1. Utility Services**
2. Building Construction
3. Plumbing
4. HVAC
5. Electrical
ACM Abatement & Renovations to Existing
Other: bldg
A/V (infrastructure only)
Equipment
1. Fixed (Casework)
2. Moveable (Equipment)
6.
D.
QTY
COST PER
UNIT
UNIT
TOTAL
1 Lump Sum
$
1 Lump Sum
1 Lump Sum
-
$
$
18,000
205,000
$
$
$
$
$
161.00 $
13.77 $
41.91 $
20.47 $
108,000
2,162,874
185,000
563,000
275,000
1 Lump Sum
13,434 SF
$
$
3.50 $
81,000
47,019
$
$
150,000
50,000
1
13,434
13,434
13,434
13,434
Lump Sum
SF
SF
SF
SF
1 Lump Sum
1 Lump Sum
ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COSTS
$
3,844,893
ESTIMATED SOFT COSTS
3% Construction Contingency, 6% Escalation, Owner's Reserve, Design Fees, 3.25% Design
Estimate Contingency
$
1,146,891
TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COSTS
$
4,991,784
4: Appendices
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Environmental Health and Safety Institute
May 11, 2015
Ben Rankin
Central Carolina Community College
1105 Kelly Drive
Sanford, NC 27330-9059
Dear Ben:
Attached is a summary of the Asbestos Inspection performed by the Environmental Health and
Safety Institute (EHSI) for Central Carolina Community College on April 27, 2015. If you have any
questions, or if you would like to schedule another visit, please call Dave Martin at 828-694-1759 or
me at 828-694-1749.
We will be offering OSHA required Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness and Hazard Communication
training at 10 am on the first Tuesday of each month in 2015. We will also cover a variety of
pertinent safety topics on the third Tuesday of each month at 10 am. Please forward email
reminders throughout the year to all those you think could benefit from this training. Keep in mind
that we can also schedule online training for your faculty and staff at a time that best suits your
college schedule.
Again, if you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule another visit, please don’t hesitate
to call.
Sincerely,
J. Allen McCullough MESH, CESCO
Director-EHSI
cc.
Dr. T. E. Marchant
www.blueridge.edu/ehsi
Flat Rock Campus  180 West Campus Drive  Flat Rock, North Carolina 28731-4728  (828) 694-1837  Fax (828) 694-1690
Environmental Health and Safety Institute Visit Report
College:
Location:
Date of Visit:
Visited By:
Primary Contact:
Central Carolina Community College
Sanford, NC
April 27, 2015
Dave Martin – MESH, CESCO, Asbestos Accreditation # 10794
Ben Rankin
Visit Activities: Asbestos Inspection
The inspection was conducted at the Vet lab building. Ten (10) samples were taken to be analyzed
to determine if they are Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM).
The samples were shipped to Scientific Analytical Institute (SAI), Greensboro, NC for analysis on
April 28, 2015. The samples were received on April 29, 2015 and analyzed under Lab Order ID:
1508238 to determine if they are ACM.
The samples were analyzed at SAI for asbestos by Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM). SAI is
accredited by AIHA (American Industrial Hygiene Association Lab # 173190) and NVLAP (NVLAP
Lab Code 200664-0).
The laboratory results were received on May 8, 2015. When analyzed, Sample IDs 5-B, 6-B, 9 and
10 tested positive for ACM and contained Chrysotile asbestos. EPA and OSHA regulations define
ACM as any material containing more than 1% asbestos. Below is a chart of the sample ID’s,
locations and % asbestos.
Sample ID
Location/Description
% Asbestos
1
Ceiling insulation Vet lab
None Detected
2
Ceiling tile Vet lab
None Detected
3
Ceiling tile Vet lab
None Detected
4
Ceiling insulation
None Detected
5
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) & mastic Vet lab
None Detected
5-B
VCT & mastic - Mixed mastic
5% Chrysotile
6
VCT & mastic Vet lab
None Detected
6-B
VCT & mastic - Mixed mastic
5% Chrysotile
7
Thermal System Insulation (TSI) Ref line ins Dog run
None Detected
8
TSI Ref line insulation Dog run
None Detected
9
Ceiling material Dog run
12% Chrysotile
10
Ceiling material Dog run
12% Chrysotile
.
All ACM in the building should be removed and disposed of by an accredited asbestos abatement
contractor, prior to any renovations. Also the ACM should not be disturbed before the abatement.
All VCT and the ceiling surfacing material, like the material in the dog run area, anywhere in the
building should be considered as ACM.
A list of accredited asbestos professional can be found at
http://epi.publichealth.nc.gov/asbestos/forms.html. Then go to find asbestos professionals
(Supervisors).
A copy of SAI’s Lab analysis will be attached with this report.
If you should have any questions or concerns please contact me.
Bulk Asbestos Analysis
LAB #173190
By Polarized Light Microscopy
EPA Method: 600/R-93/116 and 600/M4-82-020
Customer: BlueRidge Community College
Attn: Dave Martin
Lab Order ID: 1508238
Analysis ID: 1508238_PLM
Date Received: 4/29/2015
Date Reported: 5/7/2015
180 West Campus Dr
Flat Rock NC 28731-4728
Project:
Sample ID
Description
Lab Sample ID
Lab Notes
1 - A
1508238PLM_1
1 - B
1508238PLM_11
2
Asbestos
Fibrous
Components
Non-Fibrous
Components
Ceiling insulation lab
None Detected
95% Fiber Glass
5% Other
Teased
Ceiling insulation lab
Tan, Black
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
None Detected
70% Cellulose
30% Other
paper
Dissolved
Ceiling tile lab
Gray, White
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
None Detected
70% Mineral Wool
30% Other
Teased
Ceiling tile lab
None Detected
70% Mineral Wool
30% Other
1508238PLM_4
4 - B
1508238PLM_12
5 - A
1508238PLM_5
5 - B
1508238PLM_13
Gray, White
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
Teased
1508238PLM_3
4 - A
Pink
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insulation
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3
Attributes
Treatment
insulation ceiling lab
None Detected
70% Mineral Wool
30% Other
Pink
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
insulation
Teased
insulation ceiling lab
Tan, Black
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
None Detected
70% Cellulose
30% Other
paper
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VCT + mastic? Lab
Beige
Non Fibrous
Heterogeneous
None Detected
100% Other
tile
Dissolved
VCT + mastic? Lab
5% Chrysotile
95% Other
mixed mastics
Black, Yellow
Non Fibrous
Heterogeneous
Dissolved
Disclaimer: Due to the nature of the EPA 600 method, asbestos may not be detected in samples containing low levels of asbestos. We strongly recommended that analysis of floor tiles, vermiculite, and/or
heterogeneous soil samples be conducted by TEM for confirmation of “None Detected” by PLM. This report relates only to the samples tested and may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written
approval of SAI. This report may not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP or any other agency of the U.S. government. Estimated MDL is 0.1%.
Charmel Dozier (14)
P-F-002 r15 1/15/2018
Analyst
Approved Signatory
Scientific Analytical Institute, Inc. 4604 Dundas Dr. Greensboro, NC 27407 (336) 292-3888
Page 1 of 2
Bulk Asbestos Analysis
LAB #173190
By Polarized Light Microscopy
EPA Method: 600/R-93/116 and 600/M4-82-020
Customer: BlueRidge Community College
Attn: Dave Martin
Lab Order ID: 1508238
Analysis ID: 1508238_PLM
Date Received: 4/29/2015
Date Reported: 5/7/2015
180 West Campus Dr
Flat Rock NC 28731-4728
Project:
Sample ID
Description
Lab Sample ID
Lab Notes
6 - A
1508238PLM_6
6 - B
1508238PLM_14
7
Asbestos
Fibrous
Components
Non-Fibrous
Components
VCT + mastic? Lab
None Detected
100% Other
tile
VCT + mastic? Lab
5% Chrysotile
95% Other
Dissolved
TSI (ref line) lab
Black
Non Fibrous
Heterogeneous
None Detected
100% Other
Dissolved
TSI (ref line) lab
None Detected
100% Other
Black
Non Fibrous
Heterogeneous
Dissolved
Ceiling material (Door Run)
12% Chrysotile
88% Other
Gray
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
Crushed
1508238PLM_9
10
Black, Yellow
Non Fibrous
Heterogeneous
mixed mastics
1508238PLM_8
9
Beige
Non Fibrous
Heterogeneous
Dissolved
1508238PLM_7
8
Attributes
Treatment
Ceiling material (Door Run)
12% Chrysotile
88% Other
Gray
Fibrous
Heterogeneous
Crushed
1508238PLM_10
Disclaimer: Due to the nature of the EPA 600 method, asbestos may not be detected in samples containing low levels of asbestos. We strongly recommended that analysis of floor tiles, vermiculite, and/or
heterogeneous soil samples be conducted by TEM for confirmation of “None Detected” by PLM. This report relates only to the samples tested and may not be reproduced, except in full, without the written
approval of SAI. This report may not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP or any other agency of the U.S. government. Estimated MDL is 0.1%.
Charmel Dozier (14)
P-F-002 r15 1/15/2018
Analyst
Approved Signatory
Scientific Analytical Institute, Inc. 4604 Dundas Dr. Greensboro, NC 27407 (336) 292-3888
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Scientific Analytical Institute
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Lab Use Ollly
Lab Order ID:
Client Code: - - - - - -
4604 Dundas Dr. Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone: 336.292.3888 Fax: 336.292.3313
www.sai/[email protected]
PLM EPA 600/R-93/l16 (PLM)
D
Positive SlOp
D
D
D
PLM Pain! Count 400 (PH)
PLM Point Count 1000 (PTM)
peM N10SH 7400-A Rules (peM)
B Rules (PCB)
0
TWA (PTA)
TEM AHERA (AHE)
72 Hours
3 Hours
6 Hours
12 Hours
24 Hours
D
D
D
96 Hours
TEM Level 11 (L11)
D
120 Hours
144+Hours
TEM NIOSH 7402 (TNIl
TEM Bulk Qualitative (TBLl
D
TEM Bulk Chatfield (IBS)
TEM Bulk Quantitative (TBQ)
I
PO Number:
TEM Wipe ASTM 06480-05
TEM Microvac ASTM 05755-02
TEM Water EPA 100.2 (TWl)
Other:
0
D
0
0
D
D
D
0
D
D
D
Assembly A-2 restaurants
Assembly A-2 cafeteria in K-12 schools
Assembly A-3
Assembly A-3 in K-12 schools
Assembly A-3 passenger terminals
Assembly A-3 churches w/o assembly halls
Assembly A-4
Assembly A-5
Assembly A-5 in K-12 schools
Business
Educational K-8
Educational 9-12
Educational staff
Factory/Industrial
Institutional I-1
Institutional I-2, I-3, I-4 Employees
Institutional I-2, I-3, I-4 Visitors
Institutional I-4 Childcare
Mercantile
Residential R-2 Dorms, Frats, Sororities, boarding
Residential R-4
Storage S-1, S-2
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TOTAL SHARED FIXTURES
N
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
TOTAL FIXTURES FOR MALES
M
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
110.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
6.0
TOTAL FIXTURES FOR FEMALES
L
Mop Sink
or Hose Bib
Assembly A-2 nightclubs
K
Service Sink
Assembly A-1 in K-12 school
J
DRINKING
FOUNTAINS
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
110.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
6.0
I
SHOWERS
BATHTUBS
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
H
FEMALE
LAV
NO. OF
MALES
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
G
FEMALE UR
PERCENT
FEMALES
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
220
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
F
FEMALE WC
2012 NCPC TABLE 403.1 AREA USE
CATEGORY
Assembly A-1
E
MALE LAV
D
MALE UR
C
MALE WC
B
NO. OF
FEMALES
A
PERCENT
MALES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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NO. OF
PERSONS
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
FIXTURES
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A
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Residential R-1
Residential R-2 Apartment House
Residential R-3
B
C
D
1 per guestroom
1 per dwelling unit
1 per 20 dwelling units
1 per dwelling unit
1 per 20 dwelling units
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
Water Closet, Lavatory, Bathtub or Shower
Water Closet, Lavatory, Bathtub or Shower, Kitchen Sink
Automatic Clothes Washer connection
Water Closet, Lavatory, Bathtub or Shower, kitchen sink
Automatic Clothes Washer connection for attached one- and
two-family dwellings
O
P
I-2 Hospitals & other health care facilities
I-3 Prisons
I-3 Reformatories, Detention & Correctional Ctrs
Fixture requirments are regulated and enforced by state licensing and certification jurisdictions only.
I-4 Adult Day Care
Footnotes
E) For day nurseries, a maximum of one bathtub shall be required.
See section 411 for emergency eyewash showers in storage occupancies
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