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08 44 23 Glazed Steel Curtain Wall

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    SECTION 08 44 23

    [GLAZED STEEL CURTAIN WALLS]

    ?[GLAZED STEEL CURTAIN WALLS-STEELBUILT CURTAINWALL SYSTEMS]

    PART 1 - GENERAL

    1.1 SUMMARY

    A. Section includes conventionally glazed [stainless] steel curtain walls [including] [sloped glazing] [and]

    [stainless steel] [aluminum] [operable units] [doors].

    B. Related Sections:

    1. Section 03 30 00 - Cast-in-Place Concrete: Weld plates embedded in concrete for attachment of

    anchors.

    2. Section 05 12 00 - Structural Steel Framing: Steel attachment members.

    3. Section 05 50 00 - Metal Fabrications: Steel attachment members inserts and anchors.

    4. Section 07 25 00 - Weather Barriers: Perimeter air, water and vapor seal between the work of this

    section and adjacent construction.

    5. Section 07 90 00 - Joint Sealants: Perimeter sealant and back-up materials.

    6. Section 07 62 00 - Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim: Flashing between this work and other work.

    7. Section 08 11 13 - Hollow Metal Doors and Frames: Hollow Metal doors prepped for the work of

    this section.

    8. Section 08 71 00 Door Hardware: Door hardware other than that provided by the work of this

    section.

    9. Section 08 80 00 - Glass and Glazing.

    10. Section 07 21 00 - Building Insulation.

    11. Section 07 42 43 - Composite Metal Wall Panels.

    12. Section 07 84 00 Firestopping.

    1.2 REFERENCES

    A. American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA)

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    1. AAMA 501.1: Standard Test Method for Water Penetration of Windows, Curtain Walls, and

    Doors Using Dynamic Pressure.

    2. AAMA 501.2: Quality Assurance and Diagnostic Water Leakage Field Check of Installed

    Storefronts, Curtain Walls, and Sloped Glazing Systems.

    3. AAMA 501.4 (Revised 2001): Recommended Static Test Method for Evaluating Curtain Wall and

    Storefront Systems Subjected to Seismic and Wind Induced Interstory Drifts. 4. AAMA 501.5: Test Method for Thermal Cycling of Exterior Walls.

    5. AAMA 501.6-01: Recommended Dynamic Test Method For Determining The Seismic Drift

    Causing Glass Fallout From A Wall System.

    6. AAMA 503-03 Voluntary Specifications For Field Testing Of Storefronts, Curtain Walls, And

    Sloped Glazing Systems.

    7. AAMA 506: Voluntary Specifications for Hurricane Impact and Cycle Testing of Fenestration

    Products

    8. AAMA 1503: Voluntary Test Method for Thermal Transmittance and Condensation Resistance of

    Windows, Doors and Glazed Wall Sections.

    9. AAMA 2603 - Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for

    Pigmented Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels.

    10. AAMA 2604 - Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for High

    Performance Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels.

    11. AAMA 2605 - Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for

    Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels.

    B. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM):

    1. Material related

    a. ASTM A 6 Standard Specification for General Requirements for Rolled Structural Steel

    Bars, Plates, Shapes, and Sheet Piling.

    b. ASTM A 36 Standard Specification for Carbon Structural Steel.

    c. ASTM A 653 Standard specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-

    Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hop-Dip Process.

    d. ASTM A 1008/A 1008M - Standard Specification for Steel, Sheet, Cold-Rolled, Carbon,

    Structural, High-Strength, Low Alloy, and High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved

    Formability, Solution Hardened, and Bake Hardenable; 2007.

    e. ASTM A 1011/A 1011M - Standard Specification for Steel, Sheet and Strip, Hot-Rolled,

    Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy and High-Strength Low-Alloy with

    Improved Formability, and Ultra-High Strength; 2006b.

    2. Exterior related

    a. ASTM E 283: Test Method for Determining the Rate of Air Leakage through Exterior

    Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors under Specified Pressure Differences across the

    Specimen.

    b. ASTM E 330: Test Method for Structural Performance of Exterior Windows, Doors,

    Skylights and Curtain Walls by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference Procedure A

    c. ASTM E 331: Test Method for Water Penetration of Exterior Windows, Skylights, Doors,

    and Curtain Walls by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference.

    d. ASTM E 783: Test Method for Field Measurement of Air Leakage through Installed

    Exterior Windows and Doors.

    e. ASTM E 1105: Test Method for Field Determination of Water Penetration of Installed

    Exterior Windows, Skylights, Doors, and Curtain Walls by Uniform or Cyclic Static Air

    Pressure Difference.

    3. Glazing related

    a. ASTM C 1036 - Standard Specification for Flat Glass.

    b. ASTM C 1048 - Standard Specification for Heat-Treated Flat Glass--Kind HS, Kind FT

    Coated and Uncoated Glass.

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    c. ASTM E 2190 - Standard Specification for Insulating Glass Unit Performance and

    Evaluation.

    4. Hurricane related

    a. ASTM E 1886: Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, Doors,

    and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure

    Differentials.

    b. ASTM E 1996: Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, Doors

    and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes.

    5. Sound related:

    a. ASTM E 90: Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission

    Loss of Building Partitions and Elements.

    b. ASTM E 413: Standard Classification for Rating Sound Insulation.

    c. AAMA TIR-A1: Sound Control For Fenestration Products.

    C. American Welding Society (AWS)

    1. AWS D1.3 - Structural Welding Code - Sheet Steel.

    D. American National Standards Institute (ANSI):

    1. ANSI Z97.1: Standard for Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings.

    E. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC):

    1. CPSC 16 CFR 1201: Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials.

    F. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

    1. ASCE 7 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures.

    G. American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC).

    1. Manual of Steel Construction, current edition.

    H. American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI).

    1. Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Steel, current edition.

    I. GANA Glazing Manual, latest edition.

    J. American Concrete Institute (ACI).

    K. [IBC] [provide model code] with jurisdictional Amendments [note amendments]. 1.3 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

    A. Conduct a pre-installation conference at least one week prior to the work of this section.

    B. Coordinate the work of this section with others affected, including but not limited to other exterior

    envelope components and door hardware.

    1.4 SUBMITTALS

    A. Submit in accordance with Section __________.

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    B. Product Data: Submit latest edition of manufacturer’s product data providing product descriptions,

    technical data and installation instructions. Including sample warranty form.

    1. Show that products supplied meet or exceed the specified requirements.

    C. Shop Drawings:

    1. Include plans, elevations and details of product showing component dimensions; framed opening

    requirements, dimensions, tolerances, and attachment to structure and adjacent materials and

    assemblies.

    2. Provide templates for the location of embeds and anchor locations required any adjoining work D. Structural Calculations:

    1. Provide structural calculations sealed by a licensed professional engineer in the State in which the

    project is located; prepared in compliance with referenced documents and these specifications. E. Samples for Initial Color Selection: For steel frames with factory-applied coatings.

    1. Copy of manufacturer's coating color charts showing the full range of colors available. F. Glazing Samples: Submit three [two] samples 12x12 inch size of glass units, showing coloration, spacer,

    sealant and Low-E coating used. Provide complete product literature and certification that glass meets

    standards specified.

    1. Glazing Schedule: Use same designations indicated on Drawings for glazed openings in preparing

    a schedule listing glass types and thicknesses for each size opening and location.

    2. Glazing: submit per Section 08 80 00.

    G. Verification Sample of selected finish on steel frame piece.

    H. Installer Qualification Data: For firms and persons specified in Quality Assurance Article to

    demonstrate their capabilities and experience. Include lists of completed projects with project names

    and addresses, names and addresses of architects and owners, and other information specified. I. Field Quality-control reports.

    J. Maintenance Data

    K. Warranties: Submit manufacturer’s standard warranty and ensure that forms have been completed in the

    Owner’s name and registered with the manufacturer.

    1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE

    A. Installer Qualifications: An experienced installer who has completed glazing similar in material, design,

    and extent to that indicated for this Project; whose work has resulted in glass installations with a record

    of successful in-service performance;

    B. Where these specifications and codes differ, the more severe or restrictive requirement governs. C. Test reports are not an acceptable substitute for calculations.

    1.6 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

    A. Deliver, store and handle under provisions specified by manufacturer.

    1. At delivery, inspect all containers for damage.

    2. Examine glass and frame units for damage.

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    3. List all damage to containers on the shipping company’s Bill of Lading.

    4. Report damage to manufacturer immediately.

    5. Store glazing materials and frame units in original packing containers.

    6. Glass units in crates must be separated by non-abrasive pads such as cloth or cork.

    7. Do not expose glazing material or frame units to sunlight and weather.

    8. Do not store horizontally.

    9. Place glass and frames upright, no less than 6 degrees from vertical.

    10. Store all materials in dry, shaded conditions, off the ground.

    11. Protect from construction activities, including grinding, welding, and concrete pouring activities.

    12. Fully support Glass units along entire length.

    13. Do not stack glass crates.

    1.7 PROJECT CONDITIONS

    A. Obtain field measurements prior to fabrication of frame units. If field measurements will not be available

    in a timely manner prior, coordinate planned measurements with the work of other sections.

    1. Note whether field or planned dimensions were used in the creation of the shop drawings. 1.8 WARRANTY

    A. Provide the manufacturer’s limited 2-year warranty dated from substantial completion for:

    1. Failure to meet specific performance requirements listed above.

    B. Provide manufacturer’s standard warranty against failure of glass seal on insulating glass units, including

    interpane dusting or misting.

    1. Include provision for replacement of failed units.

    C. Provide manufacturer’s standard warranty for exterior finish.

    1. Include provision for replacement of units with excessive fading, chalking, or flaking beyond that

    of the referenced standard.

    PART 2 - PRODUCTS

    2.1 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

    A. System shall comprise of:

    1. Continuously formed [Stainless] Steel shapes, cold rolled and laser welded to form profiles and in

    lengths depicted in the drawings.

    2. Continuous integral gasketing mounted to the face of the framing, and allows no water contact

    with the [stainless] steel framing.

    3. Self-sealing screws and spacers used to retain pressure plates and glazing pads when mounted to

    the framing system.

    4. Knock down type assembly (KD) of finished parts and pieces, requiring no fabrication in field to

    fit openings on site.

    5. Field sealing primarily limited to gasket joints and perimeter conditions between curtain wall

    systems and adjacent construction.

    6. System required no end or zone dam construction.

    2.2 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

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A. Structural Performance

    1. Design and size the system to withstand structural forces placed upon it without damage or

    permanent set when tested in accordance with ASTM E330 using load 1.5 times the design wind

    loads and of 10 seconds in duration, as determined by using either the criteria established by

    ASCE 7.0 or wind tunnel test results (if available).

    a. Positive wind load: [______lbf/sq ft.][as indicated on the drawings].

    b. Negative wind Load: [______lbf/sq ft.][as indicated on the drawings].

    2. Member deflection:

    a. Limit deflection of all members supporting a glass edge normal to the plane of the glass to

    [flexure limit of glass][1/175 of the glass edge length or 3/4 inch, which ever is less][of any

    framing member for spans up to and including 13’-6 inches and L/240 + 1/4 inch for spans

    greater than 13’-6 inches.

    1) Span is defined as the distance between anchor centerlines.

    2) For cantilevers, span is defined as the distance between anchor centerline and end of

    cantilever.

    b. Member deflection: Limit deflection of the member supporting the dead load of the

    glazing material, parallel to the face of the wall to less than 1/8 inch.

    3. Accommodate anticipated story drift perpendicular to the plane of the glass as measured by

    AAMA 501.4, or as described in the structural drawings.

    B. Air infiltration: Provide systems that allow a maximum air leakage through fixed glazed openings of

    0.06 cfm/sq. ft. of area when tested per ASTM E 283 at a static air differential of [1.57] [6.24] lbf/sq ft. C. Water Penetration

    1. Water Resistance, (static): ASTM E 331; No uncontrolled leakage at a static air pressure

    differential of 15 psf as defined in AAMA 501.

    2. Water Resistance, (dynamic): AAMA 501.1; No uncontrolled leakage at an air pressure

    differential of psf as defined in AAMA 501 at an equivalent wind speed of the design wind load

    not to exceed 70 mph.

    D. Condensation Resistance: Provide systems having condensation-resistance factor (CRF), when compared

    to windows with 1” insulating glass (both lites clear with Low E coating on #2 surface (Viracon VE1-

    2M, for example) of not less than:

    1. CRF of 47 utilizing the 1 ? inch (45 mm) system width.

    2. CRF of 46 utilizing the 2 3/8 inch (60 mm) system width.

    E. Thermal Conductance: Provide systems that have an average U value, when compared to windows with

    1” insulating glass (both lites clear, Low E coating on #2 surface (Viracon VE1-2M)) and aluminum

    cover cap of no more than 0.36 BTU/sq. ft x h x deg F for the glazing and to the center of the frame on

    all four sides.

    F. Thermal Expansion and Contraction: Provide a steel glazed curtain wall system that allows for ?expansion and contraction when measured per AAMA 501.5 for an 180 degree temperature.

    G. Primary Structural Building Frame Tolerances: Design the curtain wall system to accommodate the

    primary structural frame tolerances of +/-1 inch from nominal location in or out, up or down, and left or

    right from that shown on Contract Documents, or as agreed upon with the Architect. H. Primary Structure Design Movements: Accommodate the following in the design of the system, as

    defined by the Structural Engineer of record for the project:

    1. Manufacturing and installation tolerances for building frame materials.

    2. Live load deflection of members after installation due to occupant loading of +/-3/8 inch between

    two adjacent floors, or based on information in the Contract Documents, whichever is less.

    3. Seismic lateral and in-plane displacements.

    4. Differential settlement of foundation or column foreshortening.

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2.3 MANUFACTURER

    ?A. SteelBuilt Curtainwall System as basis of design, as manufactured by Technical Glass Products, 8107

    Bracken Place, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 (800-426-0279) fax (800-451-9857) e-mail

    sales@tgpamerica.com website http://www.tgpamerica.com.

    B. Substitutions: No substitutions allowed.

    2.4 MATERIALS - GLASS

    A. Glass units as specified in Section 08 80 00.

    B. Type _____ - Sealed Insulating Glass Units: Vision glazing, low-E.

    1. Provide glass complying with.

    2. Application(s): All exterior glazing unless otherwise indicated.

    3. Between-lite space filled with [air] [argon].

    4. Thermal Resistance (U-Value): [____], nominal. Winter.

    5. Thermal Resistance (U-Value): [____], nominal. Summer.

    6. Total Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC): [____], nominal.

    7. Total Visible Light Transmittance: [____] percent, nominal.

    8. Basis of Design:

    a. ________ [Low-E coating on] clear glass.

    9. Outboard Lite: [Annealed] [Heat-strengthened] [Tempered] float glass, 1/4 inch thick, minimum.

    a. Impact Safety Resistance: ANSI Z97.1 and CPSC 16CFR1201 (Cat. I and Cat. II).

    b. Low E coating: ________on the #2 surface, no coating on #3 surface.

    c. Tint: _______ [None (clear)].

    10. Inboard Lite: [Annealed] [Heat-strengthened] [Tempered] float glass, 1/4 inch thick.

    a. Tint: _______ [None (clear)].

    11. Total Thickness: [1] [___] inch.

    C. Glazing Accessories: Manufacturer’s standard compression gaskets, spacers, setting blocks and other

    accessories necessary for a complete installation.

    2.5 MATERIALS STEEL

    A. Steel Curtainwall Framing System complete with anchorage, flashings and glazing and frame.

    1. Steel Frame: Profiled galvanized steel tubing complying with ASTM A 653.

    2. Stainless Steel Frame: Profiled stainless steel tubing. Series 304.

    a. 1-3/4 inch (45 mm) wide x 2 11/16 inch (69mm), x 3 5/8 inch (91. mm), and x 5 3/8 inch

    (136.5mm).

    b. 2 3/8 inch (60 mm) wide x 3 5/8 inch (91. mm), x 5 3/8 inch (136.5mm), and 7 1/8inch

    (181.5mm).

    3. Cover Caps: [profiled stainless steel] [extruded aluminum].

    4. Aluminum Pressure Plates: Extruded aluminum per ASTM B 221 alloy and temper as provided

    by the manufacturer to meet the requirements of the work with dimensions recommended by

    manufacturer to securely hold glazing material in place.

    5. Stainless Steel Pressure plates: Profiled, Series 304 mill finish stainless steel. B. Anchor and / or splice components of ASTM A36 Carbon Steel

    1. Finish to match framing

    a. In unexposed areas of curtain wall framing provide steel components with (2) coats of

    organic zinc-rich primer.

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2.6 MATERIALS DOORS [AND] [WINDOWS]

    A. Manufacturer’s standard [single] and [double] casement window in [steel] [stainless steel]

    1. Provide manufacturer’s window hardware for complete window installation.

    B. Manufacturer’s standard [single leaf] and [double leaf] door[s] in [steel] [stainless steel]

    1. Furnish all hardware by the manufacturer. Select hardware from door manufacturer’s standard

    products.

    a. Coordinate those products with the approved hardware groups as specified in Section 08 71

    00.

    b. Coordinate door hardware with cylinder specified in Section 08 71 00.

    2.7 FINISHES, GENERAL

    A. Comply with NAAMM's "Metal Finishes Manual for Architectural and Metal Products" for

    recommendations for applying and designating finishes.

    B. Class I Natural Anodized Finish: AAMA 611 AA-M12C22A41 Clear anodic coating not less than 0.7

    mils thick.

    C. Class II Natural Anodized Finish: AAMA 611 AA-M12C22A31 Clear anodic coating not less than 0.4

    mils thick.

    D. Class I Color Anodized Finish: AAMA 611 AA-M12C22A42 Integrally colored anodic coating not less

    than 0.7 mils thick.

    E. Class I Color Anodized Finish: AAMA 611 AA-C22A44 Electrolytically deposited colored anodic

    coating not less than 0.7 mils thick.

    F. Class II Color Anodized Finish: AAMA 611 AA-M12C22A32 Integrally colored anodic coating not

    less than 0.4 mils thick.

    G. Class II Color Anodized Finish: AAMA 611 AA-M12C22A34 Electrolytically deposited colored anodic

    coating not less than 0.4 mils thick.

    H. Superior Performance Organic Coating System: AAMA 2605 multiple coat, thermally cured

    polyvinylidene fluoride system; color as scheduled.

    I. High Performance Organic Finish: AAMA 2604; multiple coats, thermally cured fluoropolymer system;

    color as scheduled.

    J. Pigmented Organic Coating System: AAMA 2603; polyester or acrylic baked enamel finish; color as

    scheduled.

    K. Touch-Up Materials: As recommended by coating manufacturer for field application.

    L. Protect finishes on exposed surfaces from damage by applying a strippable, temporary protective

    covering before shipping for stainless steel finishes only.

    M. Color and Gloss: [As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range] [___Insert color and

    gloss__].

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2.8 STAINLESS STEEL FINISHES

    A. Stainless Steel finishes:

    1. Cover caps: Manufacturer’s standard brushed finish.

    2. Frame members: Manufacturer’s standard brushed finish.

    3. Protect finishes on exposed surfaces from damage by applying a strippable, temporary protective

    film before shipping (NOTE the strippable protective coving is available only for stainless steel

    finishes).

    2.9 FASTENER FINISHES

    A. Finish Exposed fasteners, if required, to match adjacent curtain wall framing.

    2.10 ACCESSORY MATERIALS

    A. Bituminous Paint: Cold-applied, asphalt-mastic paint complying with SSPC-Paint 12 requirements

    except containing no asbestos; formulated for [30-mil] [0.762-mm] thickness per coat. B. Glazing Gaskets for interior or exterior applications: ASTM C 864; extruded silicone or EPDM rubber. C. At connections subject to thermal movement or other movement, separate all parts of moving surfaces

    with lubrication friction reducing pads. Pads shall have minimum 1/16 inch thickness, shall sufficiently

    reduce friction to permit movement, shall be resistant to wear, shall be positively retained in position and

    shall not be subjected to heat damage from welding or cutting. Open ended slots are not acceptable. D. Shims which transfer structural loads shall be steel plates, set in a staggered pattern and fillet welded to

    each other and to the adjacent steel surfaces. Shims in contact with aluminum shall receive protective

    coatings to separate dissimilar metals.

    E. HDPE Shims: Hardness Shore D - 69

    F. Sealants:

    1. See Section 07 92 00 - Joint Sealants.

    2. Locate and identify all sealants by product name on shop drawings.

    3. Coordinate with other sections of the Specifications and all sealants within the Exterior Wall

    System to assure compatibility with intersecting sealants.

    4. Sealant back-up materials shall be jacketed, non-gassing, open cell polyolefin foam. Sof-rod as

    manufactured by Nomaco, Inc., CCEVA Rod, Soft Type Rod, or equal.

    G. Weep hole filters or drainage filters shall be 30 pores per inch PVC coated open cell pan polyurethane

    foam, compressed 30 to 50 percent.

    H. Fasteners:

    1. Fastener requirements listed herein are applicable to screws, bolts, nuts, washers, rivets and pins.

    2. All fasteners unless specified otherwise shall be stainless steel with basic 18-8 composition

    (generally types 302 and 304 - non magnetic), meeting ASTM F 593. Finish exposed fasteners to

    match adjacent aluminum. Exposed fasteners may only be used if approved by the Architect. The

    work shall be designed to conceal all fasteners.

    3. Unexposed fasteners located on the interior side of the main water barrier plane may be steel with

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    requirements of SAE J429 Grade 5. Grade 8.2 fasteners, high strength bolts of non US origin, or

    high strength bolts that are zinc plated shall not be used.

    4. Unexposed fasteners located on the interior side of the main water barrier plane may be steel with

    cadmium and colored chromate plated, meeting ASTM B 696, Class #5, Type II finish 0.0005

    inch.

    5. Self drilling fasteners shall be Dril-Flex as manufactured by Elco Industries, Inc. or equal (no

    known equal).

    6. Nuts used at expansion or moving connections shall be designed to provide a positive means of

    preventing disengagement. Staking of bolts, use of lock washers, or threads being deformed is not

    acceptable. Provide positive locking devices washer or bolts, nylock nuts, unitorque nuts, or other

    locking device at these bolted connections, spring lock washers will not be accepted.

    7. Powder actuated fasteners are not acceptable.

    8. All bolted connections shall use matched material and grade for nuts, bolts and washers. 2.11 FABRICATION

    A. Fabricate components with minimum clearances and shim spacing around perimeter of assembly, yet

    enabling installation and dynamic movement of perimeter seal.

    B. Accurately fit and secure joints and corners. Make joints flush, hairline, and weatherproof.

    C. Prepare components to receive anchor devices. Fabricate anchors.

    D. Coat concealed metal surfaces that will be in contact with cementitious materials or dissimilar metals

    with bituminous paint.

    E. Arrange fasteners and attachments to conceal from view.

    F. Reinforce framing members for imposed loads.

    G. Finishing: Apply factory finish to all surfaces that will be exposed in completed assemblies.

    H. Field glaze door, window and frame assemblies.

    I. Factory prepare steel door assemblies field mounting of hardware.

    J. Fabrication Dimensions: Fabricate to field verified dimensions.

    K. Obtain reviewed Shop Drawings prior to fabrication.

    PART 3 - EXECUTION

    3.1 EXAMINATION

    A. Examine substrates and members to which the work of this section attaches or adjoins prior to frame

    installation.

    B. Notify Architect of any conditions, which jeopardize the integrity of the proposed system.

    C. Do not proceed until such conditions are corrected.

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