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VERMONT SUSTAINABLE JOBS FUND SHORT-FORM GUIDE SPECIFICATION

    MONTPELIER, VT Last Updated: 05/05/2009

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    CERTIFIED ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK

    CSI 3-PART ‘SHORT-FORM’ GUIDE SPECIFICATION

    USE FOR OUTLINE OR DD ISSUES - EDIT TO SUIT PROJECT

    PART 1 - GENERAL

    1.1 SUMMARY

    A. Work of this Section consists of exterior and interior sustainable architectural woodwork,

    and includes but is not limited to the following:

    1. Wood cabinets

    2. Paneling

    3. Accessories including, but not limited to, fasteners, hardware, edging, cableways 1.2 SUBMITTALS

    A. Product Data per DIVISION 01 and as follows: Submit manufacturer's printed

    descriptions of materials, components and systems, performance criteria, treatment

    systems, joinery, adhesives, hardware, finishes, use limitations, recommendations and

    installation information.

    NOTE: Choose to use the AWI /AWMAC / WI standards for submittals or as defined by

    the Sections referenced. Delete items not selected.

    B. Shop Drawings per Architectural Woodwork Standards - 2009, Section 1, Submittals. C. Shop Drawings: Submit keyed location plans, detailed and keyed plans and elevations

    indicating materials, dimensions, finishes, hardware, blocking, hanging strips and other

    attachment requirements, cutouts and holes, power, cabling, wiring, built-in appliances

    and equipment.

    1. Field Measurements: Indicate verified field measurements on the Shop Drawings.

    2. For wood casework with transparent finish indicate by elevation veneer leaves with

    dimensions, grain direction, exposed face, and identification numbers indicating the

    flitch and flitch sequence for each leaf.

    3. Use UDS standard notation for elevations, sections and details.

    4. Shop Drawings shall not be copies of the Contract Drawings.

    NOTE: Provide large-scale sections and details, OR a Prototype Mockup for Architect’s

    review and approval. Delete the one not used.

    5. Indicate sections at a min. 3/4” = 1’-0” (1:20) scale and details a minimum half-size

    (1:2).

    6. Provide details and sections indicating each different drawer construction.

    NOTE: Select between the following two items, either review the Prototype Mockup at

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    the fabrication shop or in the field at the jobsite.

    7. Architect to visit shop to view each initial Prototype Mockup piece prior to

    production.

    8. Architect to view each initial Prototype Mockup piece prior to production in situ on

    the job.

    a. Production shall not proceed without Architect’s acceptable review and approval.

    NOTE: Current cutting edge Shop Drawings are based on Architect’s 3-D BIM Drawing

    files. Delete items 5 through 8.a. if using BIM process.

    9. Use 3-D BIM Drawings as base for final Shop Drawings.

    D. Samples: Submit printed color charts and/or sample chains; submit boards, veneer

    flitches and manufactured panel products for final selection. E. Quality Assurance Submittals: Submit Quality Program, Treatment, Content and

    Performance Certificates; Test and Evaluation Reports; and Qualification Statements.

    NOTE: Edit LEED Requirements below to suit project.

    F. Sustainable Design (USGBC LEED?) Submittals:

    1. LEED Credit MR, Materials & Resources. Submit completed LEED-NC 2.2

    Submittal Templates, and other required paperwork as follows:

    a. MR 4.1: 10% Recycled Content, product data

    b. MR 4.2: 20% Recycled Content, product data

    c. MR 5.1: 10% Regional Materials, product data

    d. MR 5.2: 20% Regional Materials, product data

    e. MR 6: Rapidly Renewable Materials, product data

    f. MR 7: FSC Certified Wood, chain-of-custody certificates

    2. LEED Credit EQ, Indoor Environmental Quality. Submit completed LEED-NC 2.2

    Submittal Templates, and required paperwork as follows:

    a. EQ 4.1: Low Emitting Materials, Adhesives & Sealants, VOC Data

    b. EQ 4.2: Low Emitting Materials, Paints & Coatings, VOC Data

    c. EQ 4.4: Low Emitting Materials, Indoor Composite Wood & Agrifiber, No

    Added Urea-Formaldehyde Content product data

    G. Closeout Submittals: Operation and Maintenance Data, Maintenance Bonds, Executed

    Warranty Documentation, and Record Documents.

    NOTE: Edit LEED Requirements below to suit project.

    1. Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation: Submit completed USGBC LEED?

    worksheet templates for the following credits:

    a. MR 4.1, MR 4.2, MR 5.1, MR 5.2, MR 6, MR 7

    b. EQ 4.1, EQ 4.2, EQ 4.4

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1.3 MAINTENANCE MATERIAL SUBMITTALS

    A. Spare Parts: Provide five (5) percent additional sets of each different cabinet hardware

    type and finish.

    1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE

    A. Qualifications: Fabricator with minimum five (5) years and Installer with minimum three

    (3) years of successful experience.

    1. Fabricator and Supplier shall source wood materials from certified sustainably

    managed forests.

    2. Fabricator and Supplier shall be capable of providing Third Party Certification that

    wood materials were sourced from sustainably managed or certified forests. B. Certifications: Architectural woodwork shall be manufactured and/or installed to the

    specified AWI / AWMAC / WIC JSC Quality Standards.

    1. Source Limitations: Obtain wood timber and manufactured wood products from

    certified sustainably managed forests and displaying the FSC or PEFC or PEFC

    Member label.

    NOTE: Edit sustainability standards and certifications below to suit project. C. Sustainability Standards and Certifications:

    1. Engineered wood shall be made using non-toxic glues, no added formaldehyde

    (NAF), and 100 percent recycled fibers or certified sustainably harvested wood.

    2. Adhesive and Sealant VOC Limits: According to South Coast Air Quality

    Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1168 and GS-36 for aerosols.

    3. VOC Limits: As tested using U.S. EPA Reference Test Method 24 and as defined by

    a. SCAQMD: In areas where exposure to freeze/thaw conditions and direct

    exposure to moisture will not occur.

    1). SCAQMD Rule 1113, Architectural Coatings

    2). SCAQMD Rule 1168, Adhesive and Sealant Applications

    b. Bay Area Air Quality Management District Regulation (BAAQMD): For

    containers larger than 16 oz., for areas where freeze/thaw conditions do exist or

    direct exposure to moisture can occur.

    1). BAAQMD Regulation 8, Rule 51

    c. California Air Resources Board (CARB): For areas where freeze/thaw conditions

    do exist or direct exposure to moisture can occur.

    1). CARB for containers 16 oz. or less.

    d. Green Seal (GS) Standards:

    1). GS-11, Low Odor or Low VOC Paint

    2). GC-03, Anti-Corrosive Paints, Second Edition, January 7, 1997

    4. Composite wood and agrifiber products shall contain no added urea-formaldehyde

    resins.

    5. Certified Wood Materials: According to FSC-STD-40-004 chain-of-custody

    requirements.

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    D. Mockups: Assemblies required for testing, either in the field or off-site.

    NOTE: Either Mockups or Prototypes may satisfy the designer’s selection process.

    Delete the one not chosen.

    E. Prototypes: Provide materials and full or partial assemblies of each unit type for review

    and approval prior to fabrication production.

    1.5 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

    A. Delivery, Storage and Handling per manufacturer’s written recommendations, and

    DIVISION 01 requirements.

    1.6 WARRANTY

    NOTE: Coordinate and edit warranty language below to suit Owner requirements and

    Fabricator offering.

    A. Fabricator Warranty: Contractor shall provide fabricator’s guarantee against structural

    defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the original owner beginning on

    the date of Substantial Completion acceptance.

    1. Defective piece(s) shall be repaired or replaced at the discretion of the fabricator, and

    in a timely manner.

    PART 2 - PRODUCTS

    2.1 MANUFACTURERS / FABRICATORS

    GREEN NOTE: For most current list of Vermont FSC Certified Products go to

    http://www.vtwoodnet.org/certified_wood_sources.html .

    A. Fabricator List of FSC Certified VT Casework. (link) Subject to compliance with

    requirements, provide products by one of the following:

    1. Beeken Parsons, Inc., Shelburne, VT; 802.985.2913; www.beekenparsons.com;

    SCS-COC-001477 B

    2. Cotswold Furniture Makers, Stowe, VT; 802.253.3710; http://cotswoldfurniture.com;

    SCS-COC-001477 O

    3. J.S. Benson Woodworking & Design LLC, Brattleboro, VT; 802.254.3515; SCS-

    COC-001477

    4. Stark Mountain Woodworking Company, New Haven, VT; 802.453.5549;

    www.starkmountain.com; SCS-COC-001477 F

    5. William Laberge Cabinetmakers, Inc., Dorset, VT; 802.325.2117;

    www.williamlaberge.com; SCS-COC-001477 N

    B. Fabricator List of VT Cabinetry and Millwork using FSC Certified and Sustainable

    Materials. Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the

    following:

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    1. Fine Lines in Wood, Inc., New Haven, VT; 802.453.6451; SCS-COC-001477 H

    2. Vermont Green Cabinets, Hinesburg, VT; 802.482.3659;

    www.vermontgreencabinets.com; SCS-COC-001477

    C. Other Vermont Custom Cabinet Makers. Subject to compliance with requirements,

    provide products by one of the following:

    GREEN NOTE: Some of the companies below offer products made from FSC and

    commercial woods.

    1. Amoskeag Woodworking, Colchester, VT; www.amoskeagwoodworking.com

    2. Baynham Wood Products, Shelburne, VT: 802.985.9311

    3. Birdseye Building Co., Richmond, VT; www.birdseyebuilding.com

    4. S. A. Fishburn, Inc. Danville, VT; www.safishburn.net

    5. Shelburne Fine Woodworking, Shelburne, VT; www.sfwvermont.com

    6. Steve Marshall Cabinet Maker, Burlington, VT;

    www.stevemarshallcabinetmaker.com

    GREEN NOTE: The following list of CPA-EPP / CARB-compliant manufacturers meet

    the most rigorous formaldehyde emission and other environmental standards. At present no Vermont manufacturer of wood products have been accepted to the list. D. CPA EPP Downstream Program Companies; Meets ANSI accreditation, uses 100

    percent recycled or recovered wood fiber, formaldehyde emissions equal to or lower

    than CARB Phase I, ongoing testing, monthly audits, quarterly sample submission for

    third-party testing.

    E. Manufacturer List of Environmentally Safe Wood Finish Coatings: Subject to

    compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:

    1. Sutherland Welles Ltd., Morrisville, VT; 800.322.1245; www.sutherlandwelles.com

    2. Vermont Natural Coatings, Hardwick, VT; 802.472.8700;

    www.vermontnaturalcoatings.com

    Substitution Limitations: Manufacturers of equivalent products shall be considered when F.

    submitted in accordance with DIVISION 01.

    2.2 DESCRIPTION

    A. Regulatory Requirements

    1. Hardwood Grades: NHLA American Hardwood Lumber Grades

    2. Softwood Grades: NeLMA (WWPA) Grade

    B. Sustainability Characteristics

    1. USGBC LEED Rating: Comply with project requirements intended to achieve the

    following Rating, as measured and documented according to the USGBC LEED?

    Green Building Rating System and Version indicated:

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    NOTE: Each LEED Version requires a different credit total to achieve the desired LEED

    Rating.

    NOTE. Select one of the following Ratings and edit the Version listed to suit your

    project.

    a. Rating: Certified, Silver, Gold, Platinum

    b. Version: LEED-NC v. 2.2 (New Construction)

    2. Cabinetry or Countertops

    a. FSC certified

    b. Vermont sourced and produced

    c. Salvaged and reused

    d. Recycled content

    RED NOTE: Verify that adhesive used in making agri-board is MIC-free.

    e. MIC-free agri-board

    f. Domestically produced

    2.3 FINISHES

    A. Shop Finishing per AWI finish system: Moisture-cured or oil-based or water-based

    urethane or tung oil based.

    1. Non-Petroleum Based Wood Finish Systems

    a. UV resistant, non-yellowing, whey protein-based binder

    1). Manufacturer / Product: Vermont Natural Coatings / PolyWhey?

    b. UV resistant, Botanical Polymerized Tung Oil

    1). Manufacturer / Product: Sutherland Welles Ltd. / Loc-Lamin? Wood

    Finishing System; Morrisville, VT; www.sutherlandwelles.com

    2. Varnishes: Tung Oil, or alkyd polyester resin, or polyurethane resin, or quick-drying

    or VT styrene resin

    B. Field Finishing: Per DIVISION 09.

    2.4 ACCESSORIES

    A. Cabinet Hardware and Accessories: Comply with BHMA 156.9 and 156.11; exposed

    hardware per BHMA A156.18

    RED NOTE: Avoid specifying BHMA 625 / US 26 bright chromium plated and BHMA 626 / US 26D satin chromium plated metal finishes. Both use carcinogenic hexavalent

    chromium in a non-recyclable arsenic heavy metal salt bath. B. Fasteners: Of appropriate type and length for wood product used to securely fasten to the

    substrate for the intended life and use of the unit.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

    3.1 FIELD CONDITIONS

    A. Conditions and Measurements: Visit jobsite to verify installation conditions and

    measurements.

    B. Ambient Conditions per manufacturer’s recommendations and DIVISION 01.

    C. Environmental Limitations: Do not deliver or install wood products until building is

    enclosed, wet work is complete, and HVAC system is operating and consistently

    maintaining temperature and relative humidity at occupancy levels, and in accordance

    with manufacturer’s recommendations.

    3.2 EXAMINATION, PREPARATION AND INSTALLATION

    A. Examination, preparation and installation per manufacturer’s current written instructions,

    industry standards, and DIVISION 01 requirements.

    1. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected

    and installation area properly prepared.

    2. Install woodwork plumb, level, true and aligned without distortions.

    3. Where woodwork abuts other finished work, scribe and apply filler strips for a

    continuous tight fit with concealed fasteners.

    4. Allow for expansion and contraction movement of wood material joints due to

    moisture.

    5. Abut and align top and edge surfaces in one true plane, with internal supports placed

    to prevent deflection.

    6. Fasten or anchor materials and units in a concealed manner with fasteners

    appropriate to use and anticipated durability.

    7. Tolerances: Provide joint widths not more than 1/16 inch wide at any location, filled

    and flush with abutting edges. Horizontal alignment of top surface of all joints for

    their entire length shall be within 1/32 inch. Front edges of all abutting pieces shall

    align.

    8. Adjust each cabinet door and drawer until operation is smooth and as required. 3.3 CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND PROTECTION

    A. Provide Progress Cleaning, Waste Management, and Final Cleaning per DIVISION 01

    requirements.

    B. Provide Initial Maintenance per manufacturer’s recommendations.

    C. Provide protection per manufacturer’s recommendations.

    3.4 CLOSEOUT ACTIVITIES

    A. Substantial Completion Requirements per DIVISION 01 requirements.

    END OF SECTION

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    RED NOTE: Be sure to obtain the latest version of this Guide Specification.

    This Guide Specification is not a completed document ready for use. It must be edited

    deleting, adding, or modifying text, as required to suit project requirements.

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    Guide Specification.

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