Return the enclosed proposal in a sealed envelope to: jack c. Collar, purchasing manager




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ATTENTION ALL BIDDERS
RETURN THE ENCLOSED PROPOSAL IN A SEALED ENVELOPE TO:

JACK C. COLLAR,

PURCHASING MANAGER

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD NORTH

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

YOU MUST MARK ON THE ENVELOPE:

SEALED BID #061-07

Detention Doors & Frames for Jefferson County Bessemer Courthouse Complex”





RETURN BY 5:00 P.M. ON

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2006

For questions concerning this ITB

Contact: Darryl Tavel, Principal Buyer

Phone: (205) 521-7530

Email: taveld@jccal.org
No faxed or email responses will be accepted


JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530
PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 2


INVITATION TO BID – Continued
Sealed bids marked "DETENTION DOORS & FRAMES FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY BESSEMER COURTHOUSE COMPLEX" will be received by the Purchasing Manager, Room 830 * 716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N, Birmingham, Alabama.
Bids will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. central time (standard or daylight savings time, as applicable) on December 15, 2006. Bids submitted after this date and time will not be considered.
Bids will be publicly opened at 2:00 P.M. on December 18, 2006.
PRE-BID CONFERENCE

A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held at Jefferson County Courthouse Room# 1 General Services Department, 716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd North, Birmingham, AL 35203 @ 2:00 P.M. on Monday, December 11, 2006.


CONTACTS FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

  • Darryl Tavel, Principal Buyer Jefferson County 205-521-7530

  • Dan Price or Gary Garrett, Brice Building Company 205-930-9911

  • Jeff Smith, Deputy Director of General Services for Jefferson County 205-325-5544


SPECIFICATIONS:

Jefferson County Bessemer Courthouse Complex

Early Release Material Packages

Jail Renovations


Detention Doors & Frames, Electric Locking Door Slider System, Glazing and Hardware Package
Miscellaneous Provisions for materials provided as a part of this work


  1. Billings – Payment: Materials furnished as a part of this work will be paid for by the Jefferson County Commission in accordance with attached billing requirements.




  1. Submittals: All submittals required by the bid documents will be compiled by the fabricator and sent to the Project Construction Manager (CM), Brice Building Company, for their review and transmission on to the Architect for their review and action. Submittals received by the Construction Manager that clearly do not comply with the contract documents will be returned to the fabricator for re-submittal and not forwarded to the Architect. Once the Architect completes the review of the submittal, it will be transmitted to the Construction Manager, who in turn, will return it to the fabricator for their use.



Fabricators are to send their submittals to the Construction Manager in a timely manner that will allow their materials to be fabricated and delivered to the jobsite in accordance with the required delivery dates below. All fabricators must allow up to a total of 3 weeks for submittal review by the Construction Manager and Architect. A total of six (6) copies of all submittals are required. One will be returned to the fabricator for his files and use.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530
PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 3


INVITATION TO BID – Continued


  1. Schedule: The following dates outline when the materials are to be delivered to the jobsite for storage and installation by the 1A Trade Contractor:




  1. Security Hollow Metal Frames & Electric Locking Sliding Door Hardware. All are to be delivered no later than March 1, 2007




  1. Detention Hollow Metal Doors and Frames, Security Glass, Security Hardware, Security Sliding doors. All are to be delivered no later than April 18, 2007


  1. Deliveries: All deliveries for materials to jobsite are to be coordinated with the Construction Manager's jobsite Personnel. Notice of pending delivery is to be confirmed in writing to the Construction Manager one week before delivery. Material deliveries are to be inspected at time of delivery by 1A Trade Contractor. Any deficiencies in count or any damage will be noted at that time to the Construction Manager who in turn, will notify the fabricator.




  1. Agreement: A Jefferson County Purchase Order will be executed as a

part of this work.

SECTION 083463 - DETENTION DOORS AND FRAMES

Revise this Section by deleting and inserting text to meet Project-specific requirements.

This Section uses the term "Architect." Change this term to match that used to identify the design professional as defined in the General and Supplementary Conditions.

Verify that Section titles referenced in this Section are correct for this Project's Specifications; Section titles may have changed.

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1SUMMARY

A.This package is to provide materials for the Jefferson County Bessemer Jail Expansion including detention hollow metal doors, door frames, side lights, window frames and related items of work necessary for a complete package delivered to the Owner. Related items include embedded anchor bars and other shapes as indicated on the drawings and in the specifications to firmly anchor all devices and miscellaneous security framing to concrete or masonry.

B.Installation is not included in this package.

C.If any contradiction exists among the products specified for this project, the product with the highest quality rating will prevail.

D.Coordinate the work under this section with Section 088853 Security Glazing Hardware and Section 087163 Detention Door Hardware.
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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530
PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 4


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

Retain Sections in subparagraphs below that contain requirements Contractor might expect to find in this Section but are specified in other Sections.

1.2DEFINITIONS

Retain definitions remaining after this Section has been edited.

A.Minimum-Thickness Steel: Indicated as the specified minimum thicknesses for base metal without coatings, according to HMMA 803.

B.Nominal-Thickness Stainless Steel: Indicated as the specified thicknesses for which over- and under-thickness tolerances apply, according to ASTM A 480/A 480M.

C.Nominal Surface of Floor Covering: Top surface of floor; for resilient tile and carpet, nominal surface of floor covering is defined as top of concrete slab.

1.3PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

A.Detention Doors and Frame Assemblies: Provide detention doors and frames that comply with the following, based on testing manufacturer's standard units in assemblies similar to those indicated for this Project:

1.Security Grade: Comply with gauges as shown on drawings and noted below.

Subparagraphs below are not required by ASTM F 1450 unless specified; delete if not required. Indicate on Drawings or in a door schedule which detention doors are required to be bullet resistant or tool-attack resistant and the protected and attack sides.

2.Bullet Resistance: Comply with Level 3 rating when tested according to UL 752.

a.Listed and labeled, by a testing agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, as bullet resisting.

3.Tool-Attack Resistance: Comply with small-tool-attack-resistance rating when tested according to UL 437 and UL 1034.

B.Detention Frames: Provide sidelight and borrowed-light detention frames that comply with ASTM F 1592 and removable stop test according to HMMA 863, based on testing manufacturer's standard units in assemblies similar to those indicated for this Project.

1.4SUBMITTALS

First three paragraphs below are defined in Division 01 Section "Submittal Procedures" as "Action Submittals."

A.Product Data: For each type of product indicated. Include construction details, material descriptions, core descriptions, label compliance and finishes for each type of detention doors and frames specified.

B.Shop Drawings:

1.In addition to requirements below, provide a schedule using same reference numbers for details and openings as those on Drawings:

a.Elevations of each door design.

b.Direction of swing or slide.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530
PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 5


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c.Inmate and non-inmate sides.

d.Details of doors, including vertical and horizontal edge details, and metal thicknesses.

e.Details of frames, including dimensioned profiles, and metal thicknesses.

f.Locations of reinforcement and preparations for hardware.

g.Details of each different wall opening condition.

h.Details of anchorages, joints, field splices, and connections.

i.Details of removable stops and glazing.

j.Details of conduit, junction boxes, and preparations for electrified and mechanical door hardware.

2.The door number as shown on Architectural floor plans shall be used at each opening or submittal will be returned as non-responsive and a re-submittal will be required.

C.Samples for Verification:

1.For each type of exposed finish required, prepared on Samples not less than 3 by 5 inches.

Delete subparagraph below if not required.

2.For the following items, prepared on Samples about 12 by 12 inches to demonstrate compliance with requirements for quality of materials and construction:

a.Detention Doors: Show vertical-edge, top, and bottom construction; insulation; face stiffeners; and hinge and other applied hardware reinforcement. Include separate section showing glazing if applicable.

b.Detention Frames: Show profile, welded corner joint, welded hinge reinforcement, grout-cover boxes, floor and wall anchors, and silencers. Include separate section showing fixed steel panels and glazing if applicable.

Remaining paragraphs are defined in Division 01 Section "Submittal Procedures" as "Informational Submittals."

D.Coordination Drawings: Drawings of each detention door and frame, drawn to scale, on which connections and interface with electrified and mechanical control systems are shown.



Retain first paragraph below if required.

E.Product Test Reports: Based on evaluation of comprehensive tests performed by a qualified testing agency for detention doors and frames. Indicate metal thickness of each component of tested assembly and describe construction methods.

Coordinate paragraph below with Division 01 Section "Special Project Procedures for Detention Facilities."

F.Other Informational Submittals:

1.Examination reports documenting inspection of substrates, areas, and conditions.

2.Anchor inspection reports documenting inspections of built-in and cast-in anchors.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530


PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 6


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

1.5QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.Source Limitations: Obtain detention doors and frames from single source from single manufacturer.

Retain "Welding Qualifications" Paragraph below if shop or field welding is required. If retaining, also retain "Welding certificates" Paragraph in "Submittals" Article.

B.Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and personnel according to the following:

Retain applicable subparagraphs below.

1.AWS D1.1/D1.1M, "Structural Welding Code - Steel."

2.AWS D1.3, "Structural Welding Code - Sheet Steel."



Retain first paragraph below if applicable. Do not retain both UL 10B and UL 10C. UL 10B is a neutral-pressure test; UL 10C is a positive-pressure test. NFPA 252 contains two choices for test pressure: "positive pressure" and "as close to neutral pressure as possible." UBC Standard 7-2 requires testing at positive pressure for "side-hinged or pivoted swinging doors" and at "as nearly equal to the atmosphere's pressure as possible" for "other types of doors, including swinging elevator doors."

1.6DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A.Confirm delivery date with Construction Manager prior to shipping. Do not deliver without prior approval.

B.Deliver detention doors and frames palleted, wrapped, or crated to provide protection during transit and Project-site storage. Do not use nonvented plastic.

C.Deliver detention frames with two removable spreader bars across bottom of frames, tack welded to jambs and mullions.

D.Inspect units, on delivery, for damage. Minor damage may be repaired provided refinished items match new work and are approved by Architect; otherwise, remove and replace damaged items as directed. Notify Construction Manager of damaged or missing items within 2 days (written).

E.Store detention doors and frames under secure cover at building site. Place units in a vertical position with heads up, spaced by blocking, on minimum 4-inch- high wood blocking. Avoid using nonvented plastic or canvas shelters that could create a humidity chamber.

1.Provide minimum 1/4-inch space between each stacked unit to permit air circulation.

1.7COORDINATION

Coordinate delivery of anchorages for detention frames with Construction Manager and 1A Contractor. Furnish setting drawings, templates, and directions for installing anchorages, including sleeves, concrete inserts, anchor bolts, and items with integral anchors, that are to be embedded in concrete and masonry. Deliver such items to Project site with detention doors and frames.


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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530


PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 7


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

1.8MAINTENANCE TOOLS

Revise this article to suit Project.

A.Tool Kit: Provide six sets of tools for use with security fasteners, each packaged in a compartmented kit configured for easy handling and storage.

1.9EXTRA MATERIALS

A.Furnish extra materials that match products installed and that are packaged with protective covering for storage and identified with labels describing contents.

Revise subparagraph below to suit Project.

1.Security Fasteners: Furnish not less than 1 box for each 50 boxes or fraction thereof, of each type and size of security fastener installed.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1MANUFACTURERS

See Editing Instruction No. 1 in the Evaluations for cautions about naming manufacturers. Retain paragraph and list of manufacturers below. See Division 01 Section "Product Requirements."

A.Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following:

1.Habersham Metal Products Co., Cornelia, GA.

2.Trussbilt; an ASSA ABLOY Group Co., New Brighten, MN.

3.American Steel, Demorest, GA.

4.Chief Correctional Products, Grand Island, NE.

5.Willo Products Co., Decatur, AL.

2.2MATERIALS

Retain materials in first four paragraphs below or revise to suit Project.

A.Hot-Rolled Steel Sheet: ASTM A 1011/A 1011M, CS (Commercial Steel), Type B; free of scale, pitting, or surface defects; pickled and oiled.

B.Cold-Rolled Steel Sheet: ASTM A 1008/A 1008M, CS (Commercial Steel), Type B.

C.Steel Plates, Shapes, and Bars: ASTM A 36/A 36M.

D.Concealed Bolts: ASTM A 307, Grade A unless otherwise indicated.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530
PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 8


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

Coordinate first three paragraphs below with anchors selected in "Detention Frames" Article, "Jamb Anchors" Paragraph.

E.Masonry Anchors: Fabricated from same steel sheet as door face.

F.Embedded Anchors: Fabricated from mild steel shapes and plates, hot-dip galvanized according to ASTM A 153/A 153M.

G.Postinstalled Expansion Anchors: With capability to sustain, without failure, a load equal to 4 times the load imposed, as determined by testing per ASTM E 488, conducted by a qualified independent testing agency.

Retain one of three subparagraphs below or, if more than one is required, indicate location of each on Drawings. Zinc plating of class indicated in first subparagraph protects against corrosion from an indoor atmosphere; revise thickness to suit more corrosive conditions or use stainless steel or nickel-copper alloy, depending on conditions.

1.Corrosion Protection: Carbon-steel components zinc plated to comply with ASTM B 633, Class Fe/Zn 5 (0.005 mm) for Class SC 1 service condition (mild).

2.Corrosion Protection: Stainless-steel components complying with ASTM F 593 and ASTM F 594, Alloy Group 1 or 2 for bolts and nuts; ASTM A 276 or ASTM A 666, Type 304 or 316, for anchors.

3.Corrosion Protection: Components fabricated from nickel-copper-alloy rods complying with ASTM B 164 for UNS No. N04400 alloy.

H.Welding Rods and Bare Electrodes: Select according to AWS specifications for metal alloy welded.

I.Glazing: Comply with Division 08 Section "Security Glazing."

HMMA 863 recommends that the maximum slump for grout be that indicated in first paragraph below because thinner grout will leak into grout-protected areas regardless of precautions. See Evaluations for discussion.

J.Insulation: Slag-wool-fiber/rock-wool-fiber or glass-fiber blanket insulation. ASTM C 665, Type I (unfaced); with maximum flame-spread and smoke-developed indexes of 25 and 50, respectively; passing ASTM E 136 for combustion characteristics. Minimum 1.5-lb/cu. ft. density.

Retain paragraph below if field application of bituminous coating is indicated in Part 3.

2.3DETENTION DOORS

A.General: Provide flush-design detention doors of seamless hollow construction, 2 inches thick unless otherwise indicated. Construct detention doors with smooth, flush surfaces without visible joints or seams on exposed faces or stile edges.

1.For single-acting swinging detention doors, bevel both vertical edges 1/8 inch in 2 inches.

2.For sliding detention doors, square both vertical edges.

B.Core Construction: Provide the following core construction of same material as detention door face sheets, welded to both detention door faces:

Core construction in first subparagraph below is the industry standard. Core construction in second subparagraph is only available from Trussbilt; the Federal Bureau of Prisons accepts it as equivalent to steel-stiffened core, provided doors comply with performance requirements.

1.Steel-Stiffened Core: 0.042-inch- thick, steel vertical stiffeners extending full-door height, with vertical webs spaced not more than 4 inches apart, spot welded to face sheets a maximum of 3 inches o.c. Fill spaces between stiffeners with insulation.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530


PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 9


INVITATION TO BID – Continued
2.Truss-Stiffened Core: 0.013-inch- thick, steel, truncated triangular stiffeners extending between face sheets and for full height and width of door; with stiffeners welded to face sheets not more than 3 inches o.c. vertically and 2-3/4 inches horizontally. Fill spaces between stiffeners with insulation.

C.Vertical Edge Channels: 0.123-inch- thick, continuous channel of same material as detention door face sheets, extending full-door height at each vertical edge; welded to top and bottom channels to create a fully welded perimeter channel. Noncontiguous channel is permitted to accommodate lock-edge hardware only if lock reinforcement is welded to and made integral with channel.

D.Top and Bottom Channels: 0.123-inch- thick metal channel of same material as detention door face sheets, spot welded, not more than 4 inches o.c., to face sheets.

1.Reinforce top edge of detention door with 0.053-inch- thick closing channel, inverted and nesting in top channel; welded so channel web is flush with top door edges.

E.Hardware Reinforcement: Fabricate reinforcing plates from same material as detention door face sheets to comply with the following minimum thicknesses:

Retain reinforcements in subparagraphs below or edit to suit Project.

1.Full-Mortise Hinges and Pivots: 0.187 inch thick.

2.Maximum-Security Surface Hinges: 0.250 inch thick.

3.Strike Reinforcements: 0.187 inch thick.

4.Slide-Device Hanger Attachments: As recommended by device manufacturer.

5.Lock Fronts, Concealed Holders, and Surface-Mounted Closers: 0.093 inch thick.

6.All Other Surface-Mounted Hardware: 0.093 inch thick.

7.Lock Pockets: 0.123 inch thick at non-inmate side, welded to face sheet.

F.Hardware Enclosures: Provide enclosures and junction boxes for electrically operated detention door hardware of same material as detention door face sheets, interconnected with UL-approved, 1/2-inch- diameter conduit and connectors.

Retain subparagraph below if required.

1.Where indicated for installation of wiring, provide access plates to junction boxes, fabricated from same material and thickness as face sheet and fastened with at least 4 security fasteners spaced not more than 6 inches o.c.

Retain metallic-coated steel sheets in first paragraph below for interior areas subject to corrosive conditions; retain stainless-steel sheets for areas subject to severely corrosive conditions. Coordinate security grades in subparagraphs with "Performance Requirements" Article.

G.Interior and Exterior Detention Door Face Sheets: Fabricated from cold-rolled steel sheets.

Metal thicknesses indicated in first two subparagraphs below correspond to obsolete 12-gage designation.

Metal thicknesses indicated in two subparagraphs below correspond to obsolete 14-gage designation.

1.Security Grade 3: 0.067-inch- minimum-thickness steel (14 gauge).
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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530


PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 10


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

2.4DETENTION FRAMES

A.General: Provide fully welded detention frames with integral stops, of seamless construction without visible joints or seams. Fabricate detention frames with contact edges closed tight and corners mitered, reinforced, and continuously welded full depth and width of detention frame.

B.Provide two temporary steel spreaders spot welded to bottom of jambs to act as bracing during shipping and storage. Remove prior to installation.

Retain one of two options in first paragraph below. HMMA 863 specifies first option as a default but notes that second option is sometimes used with 2-inch- (51mm-) thick detention doors.

C.Stop Height: Provide minimum stop height of 0.625 inch for detention door openings and minimum stop height of 1-1/4 inches in security glazing or detention panel openings unless otherwise indicated.

Retain metallic-coated steel sheets in first paragraph below for interior areas subject to corrosive conditions; retain stainless-steel sheets for areas subject to severely corrosive conditions. Coordinate security grades in subparagraphs with "Performance Requirements" Article.

D.Interior and Exterior Detention Frames: Fabricated from cold-rolled steel sheets.

1.Security Grade 1: 0.093-inch- minimum-thickness steel (12 gauge).

E.Hardware Reinforcement: Fabricate reinforcing plates from same material as detention frame to comply with the following minimum thicknesses:

Retain reinforcements in subparagraphs below or edit to suit Project.

1.Hinges and Pivots: 0.187 inch thick by 1-1/2 inches wide by 10 inches long.

2.Strikes, Flush Bolts, and Closers: 0.187 inch thick.

3.Surface-Mounted Hardware: 0.093 inch thick.

4.Lock Pockets: 0.123 inch thick at non-inmate side, welded to face sheet. Provide 0.123-inch- thick, lock protection plate for attachment to lock pocket with security fasteners.

F.Hardware Enclosures: Provide enclosures and junction boxes for electrically operated detention door hardware, interconnected with UL-approved, 1/2-inch- diameter conduit and connectors.

Retain subparagraph below if required.

1.Where indicated for installation of wiring, provide access plates to junction boxes, fabricated from same material and thickness as face sheet and fastened with at least 4 security fasteners spaced not more than 6 inches o.c.

G.Mullions and Transom Bars: Provide closed or tubular mullions and transom bars where indicated. Fasten mullions and transom bars at crossings and to jambs by butt welding. Reinforce joints between detention frame members with concealed clip angles or sleeves of same metal and thickness as detention frame.

H.Jamb Anchors: Weld jamb anchors to detention frames near hinges and directly opposite on strike jamb or as required to secure detention frames to adjacent construction.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530


PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 11


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

Fire ratings may require additional anchors.

1.Number of Anchors:

a.Detention Door Frames: As shown on drawings.

b.Detention Frames with Security Glazing: As shown on drawings.

Delete anchors in three subparagraphs below that are not required. See Evaluations for an explanation of different anchor types.

2.Masonry Anchors: Adjustable, to suit detention frame size; formed of same material and thickness as detention frame; with strap not less than 2 inches wide by 10 inches long.

3.Embedded Anchors: Provide detention frames with removable faces at jambs where embedded anchors are indicated. Anchors consist of three parts:

a.Embedded Plates: Steel plates, 0.188 inch thick by 4 inches wide by 6 inches long. Continuously weld 2 steel bars, 1/2 inch in diameter and 10 inches long with 2-inch 90-degree turndown on ends, to the embedded end of each plate. Weld steel angles, 0.188 inch thick by 2 by 2 by 4 inches long, to the exposed end of each plate. Embed at locations to match frame angles.

b.Frame Angles: Steel angles, 0.188 inch thick by 2 by 2 by 4 inches long, welded to detention frames with 1-inch- long welds at each end of angle.

c.Connector Angles: Steel angles, of size required, to connect frame angles and embedded plates.

4.Postinstalled Expansion Anchors: Minimum 1/2-inch- diameter concealed bolts with expansion shields or inserts. Provide conduit spacer from detention frame to wall, welded to detention frame. Reinforce detention frames at anchor locations.

I.Floor Anchors: Provide floor anchors for each jamb and mullion that extends to floor, formed of same material and thickness as detention frame, and as follows:

Retain one of two subparagraphs below.

1.Monolithic Concrete Slabs: Clip anchors, with two holes to receive fasteners, welded to bottom of jambs and mullions with at least four spot welds per anchor.

2.Separate Topping Concrete Slabs: Adjustable anchors with extension clips, allowing not less than 2-inch height adjustment, welded to jambs and mullions with at least 4 spot welds per anchor. Terminate bottom of detention frames at finish floor surface.



Delete first paragraph below if silencers are furnished as detention door hardware or if silencers are not allowed.

J.Grout Guards: Provide factory-installed grout guards of same material as detention frame, welded to detention frame at back of hardware cutouts, silencers, and glazing-stop screw preparations to close off interior of openings and prevent mortar or other materials from obstructing hardware operation or installation.

2.5ANGLE STOPS

A.Provide fixed moldings on inmate side of glazed openings and removable stops on non-inmate side and as coordinated with Architect.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

ROOM 830 * 716 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

(205) 521-7530
PRINCIPAL BUYER: DARRYL TAVEL

NOVEMBER 28, 2006

BID NO: 061-07

SHEET NO: 12


INVITATION TO BID – Continued

1.Height: As detailed on Architectural drawings.

2.Removable Stops: Formed from 0.123-inch- thick angle, of same material as detention door face sheets. Secure with button head security fasteners spaced uniformly not more than 6 inches o.c. and not more than 2 inches from each corner, and as necessary to satisfy performance requirements. Form corners with notched or mitered hairline joints.

B.Coordinate rabbet width between fixed and removable stops with type of glass or panel and type of installation indicated.

2.6ACCESSORIES

A.Pass-Through Openings: Fabricate flush openings using 0.093-inch- thick interior channels of same material as detention door faces, inverted to be flush with openings, welded to inside of both face sheets and with corners fully welded. Mount shutters on non-inmate side of detention doors. Reinforce for locks and food-pass hinges.

Retain one of two subparagraphs below.

1.Inset Shutters: Fabricate from 2 steel plates, 0.123 inch thick, of same material as detention door face sheets, spot welded together and sized to inset inside opening and to prevent inmate tampering of lock and hinges.

2.Overlapping Shutters: For surface application on non-inmate side of door. Fabricate from a single steel plate, of same material as detention door face sheets, 0.187 inch thick, sized to overlap food-pass openings 1/2 inch.

2.7SECURITY FASTENERS

A.Security Fasteners: Operable only by tools produced for use on specific type of fastener by fastener manufacturer or other licensed fabricator.

See Editing Instruction No. 1 in the Evaluations for cautions about naming manufacturers and products. See Division 01 Section "Product Requirements."

1.Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following:

a.Holo-Krome; a Danaher Corporation.

b.Safety Socket Screw Corporation.

c.Tamper-Pruf Screws, Inc.

d.Textron Fastening Systems; Textron, Inc.

See Evaluations for considerations about selecting security fasteners.

B.Drive-System Type, Head Style, Material, and Protective Coating: Provide as required for assembly, installation, and strength, and as follows:

Pinned Torx-Plus is the most commonly used security-fastener drive system for detention work. Insert additional types of security fasteners with other drive systems and head styles if necessary for special applications. See Evaluations.

1.Drive-System Types: Allen head.

Revise first subparagraph below for different grade of fastener strength. Grade 8 (Class 10.9) has a tensile strength of 120,000 psi (827 MPa).

2.Fastener Strength: Grade 8.

3.Socket Button Head (Allen Head) Fasteners:

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a.Heat-treated alloy steel, ASTM F 835.

b.Stainless steel, ASTM F 879, Group 1 CW.

4.Protective Coatings for Heat-Treated Alloy Steel:

a.Zinc and clear trivalent chromium, for exterior applications and interior applications where indicated.

b.Zinc phosphate with oil, ASTM F 1137, Grade I, or black oxide unless otherwise indicated.

2.8FABRICATION

A.Fabricate detention doors and frames rigid, neat in appearance, and free of defects, warp, or buckle. Accurately form metal to required sizes and profiles, with minimum radius for thickness of metal. Weld exposed joints continuously; grind, fill, dress, and make smooth, flush, and invisible. Where practical, fit and assemble units in manufacturer's plant. To ensure proper assembly at Project site, clearly identify work that cannot be permanently factory assembled before shipment.

B.Tolerances: Fabricate detention doors and frames to comply with manufacturing tolerances indicated in HMMA 863.

C.Fabricate multiple-opening detention frames with mullions that have closed tubular shapes and with no visible seams or joints.

D.Exterior Detention Doors: Provide weep-hole openings in bottom of detention doors to permit entrapped moisture to escape. Seal joints in top edges of detention doors against water penetration.

E.Hardware Preparation: Factory prepare detention doors and frames to receive mortised hardware, including cutouts, reinforcement, mortising, drilling, and tapping, according to final door hardware schedule and templates provided by detention door hardware supplier.

1.Reinforce detention doors and frames to receive surface-mounted door hardware. Drilling and tapping may be done at Project site.

Revise subparagraph below if another standard is followed. Coordinate with Division 08 door hardware Sections.

2.Locate door hardware as indicated or, if not indicated, according to HMMA 831.

F.Factory cut openings in detention doors.

G.Weld components to comply with referenced AWS standard. Weld before finishing components to greatest extent possible. Remove weld spatter and welding oxides from exposed surfaces by descaling or grinding.


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2.9GENERAL FINISH REQUIREMENTS

A.Comply with NAAMM's "Metal Finishes Manual for Architectural and Metal Products" for recommendations for applying and designating finishes.

B.Finish detention doors and frames after assembly.

2.10STEEL SHEET FINISHES

Revise first paragraph below if other cleaning methods are appropriate.

A.Surface Preparation: Clean surfaces to comply with SSPC-SP 1, "Solvent Cleaning"; remove dirt, oil, grease, or other contaminants that could impair paint bond. Remove mill scale and rust, if present, from uncoated steel, complying with SSPC-SP 3, "Power Tool Cleaning," or SSPC-SP 6/NACE No. 3, "Commercial Blast Cleaning."

B.Factory Priming for Field-Painted Finish: Apply shop primer specified below immediately after surface preparation and pretreatment. Apply a smooth coat of even consistency to provide a uniform dry film thickness of not less than 0.7 mils.

Revise subparagraph below if another primer is required. Coordinate with Division 09 painting Sections.

1.Shop Primer: Manufacturer's or fabricator's standard, fast-curing, corrosion-inhibiting, lead- and chromate-free, universal primer complying with ANSI A250.10 acceptance criteria; compatible with substrate and field-applied finish paint system indicated; and providing a sound foundation for field-applied topcoats despite prolonged exposure.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1EXAMINATION AT TIME OF DELIVERY TO OWNER

A.Detention Security Contractor (DSC) supplier will deliver and field inspect materials on site with DSC installer and the Construction Manager to verify all items are free from defect and replace as required. Notify Construction Manager of unsuitable conditions within 2 day (written).

B.Examine substrates, areas, and conditions, with DSC Installer present, for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of detention doors and frames.

C.Prepare written report, endorsed by DSC Installer, listing conditions detrimental to performance of detention door hardware.

D.Installation can only begin after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.


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SECTION 087163 - DETENTION DOOR HARDWARE

Revise this Section by deleting and inserting text to meet Project-specific requirements.

This Section uses the term "Architect." Change this term to match that used to identify the design professional as defined in the General and Supplementary Conditions.

Verify that Section titles referenced in this Section are correct for this Project's Specifications; Section titles may have changed.

PART 4 - GENERAL

4.1SUMMARY

A.This package is to provide detention hardware for the Jefferson County Bessemer Jail Expansion. Provide hardware for swinging detention doors, sliding detention doors, and detention cylinders for doors specified in other sections.

B.Installation is not included in this package.

C.This expansion is to match the existing hardware; therefore Southern Folger Detention Equipment Company and Portland Security Hardware are the only two acceptable manufacturer for the work included in this package. Equal manufacturers will not be considered. See the “Detention Hardware Set Schedule” attached to this section for products included in this section.

D.No solenoid hardware will be used on this Project.

E.If any contradiction exists among the products specified for this project, the product with the highest quality rating will prevail.

F.Coordinate the work under this section with Section 083463 Detention Doors and Frames and Section 088853 Security Glazing.

4.2SUBMITTALS

First four paragraphs below are defined in Division 01 Section "Submittal Procedures" as "Action Submittals."

A.Product Data: For each type of product indicated. Include construction details, material descriptions, dimensions of individual components and profiles, and finishes for each type of detention door hardware.

B.Shop Drawings: For each type of detention door hardware. Include plans, elevations, sections, details, and attachments to other work.

Retain first subparagraph below if equipment includes wiring.

1.Wiring Diagrams: For power, signal, and control wiring; differentiate between manufacturer-installed and field-installed wiring for electrified detention door hardware. Include the following:

a.System schematic.

b.Point-to-point wiring diagram, including location of connections.

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c.Riser diagram.

d.Elevation of each detention door type.

2.The door number as shown on Architectural floor plans shall be used at each opening or the submittal will be returned as non-responsive and a re-submittal will be required.

Because of the high cost of acquiring and shipping detention door hardware, Samples in first paragraph below are typically not required.

C.Samples: For each type of exposed finish for each type of detention door hardware indicated below, full size. Tag with full description for coordination with the detention door hardware sets. Submit Samples before, or concurrent with, submission of the final Door Hardware Schedule.

Retain items in first subparagraph below if required. Insert more detailed descriptions if required.

1.Detention Door Hardware:

a.Detention hinges.

b.Detention locks and latches.

c.Cylinders and keys.

d.Detention operating trim.

e.Security door closers.

First subparagraph below creates uncertainty for bidders because quantities are not established.

Retain subparagraph below unless Samples are delivered to Owner as extra materials.

2.Samples will be returned to Detention Hardware Contractor (DHC) supplier. Units that are acceptable and remain undamaged through submittal, review, and field comparison process may, after final check of operation, be incorporated into the Work, within limitations of keying requirements.

D.Schedules:

1.Door Hardware Schedule: Prepared by or under the supervision of supplier, detailing fabrication and assembly of door hardware, as well as procedures and diagrams. Coordinate the final Door Hardware Schedule with detention doors, frames, and related work to ensure proper size, thickness, hand, function, and finish of door hardware.

a.Integrate detention door hardware indicated in "Detention Door Hardware Sets" Article into the Door Hardware Schedule, and indicate complete designations of every item required for each door and opening.

2.Keying Schedule: Comply with requirements specified in Division 08 Section "Door Hardware." Coordinate detention keying with other door hardware in the final Keying Schedule.

a.Indicate each lock and type of key using the following prefixes: "P" for paracentric, "M" for mogul and "C" for commercial.

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Remaining paragraphs are defined in Division 01 Section "Submittal Procedures" as "Informational Submittals."

Coordinate first paragraph below with qualification requirements in Division 01 Section "Quality Requirements" and as supplemented in "Quality Assurance" Article.

E.Qualification Data: For Architectural Hardware Consultant (AHC).

Retain first paragraph below for product certificates from manufacturers.

F.Product Certificates: For each type of electrified detention door hardware, from manufacturer.

1.Certify that detention door hardware approved for use on types and sizes of labeled fire doors complies with listed fire door assemblies.

Retain first paragraph below if "Regulatory Requirements" Paragraph is retained in "Quality Assurance" Article.

G.Product Test Reports: Based on evaluation of comprehensive tests performed by manufacturer and witnessed by a qualified testing agency or performed by a qualified testing agency, for each type of detention lock and latch, security door closer, and sliding detention door device.

H.Operation and Maintenance Data: For electrified and mechanical detention door hardware to include in emergency, operation, and maintenance manuals. In addition to items specified in Division 01 Section "Operation and Maintenance Data," include the following:

1.Normal remote security operation.

2.Normal local security operation.

3.Emergency security operation.

I.Warranties: Sample of all warranties.

4.3QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.The following DHC suppliers are Pre-approved to perform work of this Section:

Cornerstone Detention Company, Huntsville, AL

U S Security, Montgomery, AL

Norment Security Group, Montgomery, AL

Willo Products Company, Inc., Decatur, AL

B.Regulatory Requirements: Comply with provisions of the following:

1.NFPA 101: Comply with the following for means-of-egress doors:

a.Latches and Locks: Not more than 15 lbf to release the latch.

b.Security Door Closers: Not more than 30 lbf to set door in motion and not more than 15 lbf to open door to minimum required width.

c.Sliding Detention Door Devices: Not more than 50 lbf to slide door to its fully open position with a perpendicular force of 50 lbf against door.

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2.Electrified and mechanical Door Hardware: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70, by a qualified testing agency, and marked for intended location and application.

Retain first paragraph below if applicable. Do not retain both UL 10B and UL 10C: UL 10B is a neutral-pressure test; UL 10C is a positive-pressure test. NFPA 252 contains two choices for test pressure: "positive pressure" and "as close to neutral pressure as possible." UBC Standard 7-2 requires testing at positive pressure for "side-hinged or pivoted swinging doors" and at "as nearly equal to the atmosphere's pressure as possible" for "other types of doors, including swinging elevator doors."

C.Fire-Rated Detention Door Assemblies: Provide detention door hardware for assemblies complying with NFPA 80 that are listed and labeled by a qualified testing agency, for fire-protection ratings indicated, based on testing at positive pressure according to NFPA 252 UBC Standard 7-2.

D.Keying Conference: Conduct conference at Project site as coordinated by the Construction Manager. Incorporate keying conference decisions into the final Keying Schedule after reviewing detention door hardware keying system including, but not limited to, the following:

1.Function of building, flow of traffic, purpose of each area, degree of security required, and plans for future expansion.

2.Preliminary key system schematic diagram.

3.Requirements for key-control system including key exclusivity and duplication control.

4.Address for delivery of keys.

5.Key into existing systems as directed.

Retain paragraph below if Work of this Section is extensive or complex enough to justify a preinstallation conference.

4.4DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A.DHC supplier will deliver and field inspect materials on site with Detention Hardware installer to verify all items are free from defect and replace as required. Notify the Construction Manager of damaged or missing items within 2 days (written).

B.Inventory detention door hardware on receipt and provide secure lockup for detention door hardware delivered to Project site.

C.Tag each item or package separately with identification related to the final Door Hardware Schedule, and include basic installation instructions with each item or package.

D.Deliver keys to Owner by registered mail or overnight package service, addressed as follows: Mr. Wes Freeman, 520 Medco Road, Tarrant, AL 35217. Tel. (205)849-2380

4.5COORDINATION

A.Templates: Obtain and distribute, to the parties involved, templates for detention doors, frames, and other work specified to be factory prepared for installing detention door hardware.

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4.6WARRANTY

When warranties are required, verify with Owner's counsel that special warranties stated in this article are not less than remedies available to Owner under prevailing local laws.

A.Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace components of detention door hardware that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period.

1.Failures include, but are not limited to, the following:

a.Structural failures including excessive deflection, cracking, or breakage.

b.Faulty operation of operators and detention door hardware.

c.Deterioration of metals, metal finishes, and other materials beyond normal weathering or detention use.

Verify available warranties and warranty periods for units and components with manufacturers listed in Part 2 articles.

B.Warranty Period: One year from date of the building’s expansion Substantial Completion. Exception: 10 years from date of the building’s expansion Substantial Completion for closers.

4.7EXTRA MATERIALS

A.Furnish extra materials that match products installed and that are packaged with protective covering for storage and identified with labels describing contents.

See Evaluations for discussion on specifying extra materials.

1.Detention Door Hardware: Supply one each of every detention hardware item to include, but not restricted to the following:

a.Hinges

b.Motor operated electro-mechanical deadlatch

c.Recessed Pull

d.Raised Pull

e.Door position switch

f.Deadlock

g.Escutcheon

h.Privacy lock

i.Lockset

j.Deadlock

k.Head or foot bolt

l.Foot bolt receptacle

m.Lockset

n.Closer LCN 4040 SE

o.Lockset

p.Keeper switch

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2.Electrical Parts: Southern Folger Detention Equipment Co. or Portland Security Hardware.

3.Security Fasteners: Furnish not less than one box for every 50 boxes or fraction thereof, of each type and size of security fastener installed.

PART 5 - PRODUCTS

5.1GENERAL

A.At all door frames that have lock operation from both sides supply proper size extenders.

5.2SECURITY FASTENERS

A.General: Operable only by tools produced for use on specific type of fastener by fastener manufacturer or other licensed fabricator. Drive-system type, head style, material, and protective coating as required for assembly, installation, and strength, and as follows:

See Editing Instruction No. 1 in the Evaluations for cautions about naming manufacturers. Retain first subparagraph and list of manufacturers below. See Division 01 Section "Product Requirements."

1.Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by the following:

a.Holo-Krome; a Danaher corporation.

b.Safety Socket LLC.

c.Tamper-Pruf Screws.

d.Textron Fastening Systems; Textron Inc.

e.Southern Folger Detention Equipment Co.

Pinned Torx-Plus in first subparagraph below is the most commonly used security-fastener drive system for detention work. Insert additional types of security fasteners with other drive systems and head styles if necessary for special applications. See Evaluations.

Revise first subparagraph below if different fastener strength is required.

2.Fastener Strength: 120,000 psi.

3.Socket Button Head (Allen Head) Fasteners:

a.Heat-treated alloy steel, ASTM F 835.

b.Stainless steel, ASTM F 879, Group 1 CW.

Retain first paragraph below if quantity is not included in detention door hardware sets.

See Editing Instruction No. 1 in the Evaluations for cautions about naming manufacturers and products. See Division 01 Section "Product Requirements."

Retain first two paragraphs below if manufacturers' products are not named in detention door hardware sets. Insert function requirements if an allowance is used to specify detention door hardware.

Locks in paragraph below are designed for use on swinging and sliding gates that are to be unlocked from remote locations.



Locks in first paragraph below are designed for use on swinging doors, such as entrance, sally port, corridor, and inmate cell doors, that are to be unlocked from remote locations.

Features in first two subparagraph below are optional; retain if required.

Locks in paragraph below are designed for use on swinging doors, hung in standard 2-inch (50-mm) hollow-metal frames, that are to be unlocked from remote locations.

5.3CYLINDERS AND KEYING

A.General: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide cylinders and keying for paracentric and mogul cylinders by the same manufacturer as for detention locks and latches.

Retain first paragraph below if commercial cylinders are included in Project.

B.Paracentric Cylinders: Manufacturer's standard lever-tumbler type, constructed from one-piece spring-tempered brass; with tumblers activated by phosphor bronze springs; five tumblers per lock unless otherwise indicated.

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C.Mogul Cylinders: Manufacturer's standard pin-tumbler type, minimum 2-inch diameter; body constructed from brass or bronze, stainless steel, or nickel silver; with stainless-steel tumblers and engaging cylinder balls; complying with the following:

1.Number of Pins: Five.

2.Mortise Type: Threaded cylinders with rings and straight- or clover-type cam.

Retain first subparagraph below if required.

a.High-Security Grade: Listed and labeled as complying with pick- and drill-resistant testing requirements in UL 437 (Suffix A); where indicated.

3.Finish: BHMA 606.

D.Keying System: All keying shall be keyed into the existing system or systems.

1.Paracentric cylinders operated by change keys only. No Master Key System.

Retain one of first four subparagraphs below. The fewer master keys issued, the smaller the possibility of loss and therefore the greater the security.

2.Master Key System: Mogul cylinders operated by a change key and a master key.

3.Mogul cylinders operated by a change key, a master key, or as directed in keying meeting.

Retain subparagraphs below if required.

4.Existing System: Master key mogul-cylinder locks to Owner's existing system.

E.Keys: Provide cast silicon-bronze copper alloy keys complying with the following:

Retain first subparagraph below if key requires special marking.

1.Stamping: Permanently inscribe each key with a visual key-control number and include the following notation:

a.Notation: "DO NOT DUPLICATE." Information to be furnished by Owner.

2.Quantity: In addition to one extra blank key for each lock, provide the following:

Retain subparagraphs below corresponding to type of keying system retained above. The fewer master keys issued, the smaller the possibility of loss and therefore the greater the security.

a.Cylinder Change Keys: Three.

b.Master Key(s): Owner will advise.

DETENTION OPERATING TRIM

Retain first paragraph below to specify detention operating trim if not naming manufacturers' products in this article or in "Detention Door Hardware Sets" Article.

F.Standard: BHMA A156.6, Grade 1.

Retain remaining paragraphs if not naming manufacturers' products in "Detention Door Hardware Sets" Article.

Surface-mounted door pulls in first paragraph below are not typically used inside cells.

See Editing Instruction No. 1 in the Evaluations for cautions about naming manufacturers and products. See Division 01 Section "Product Requirements."

1.Material: Cast bronze with BHMA 606 finish.

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See Editing Instruction No. 1 in the Evaluations for cautions about naming manufacturers and products. See Division 01 Section "Product Requirements."

Retain first paragraph below to specify security door closers if not naming manufacturers' products in this article or in "Detention Door Hardware Sets" Article.

Copy paragraphs below and re-edit for each product.

Insert number to complete drawing designation for each product required. Use these designations on Drawings to identify each product.

First paragraph below describes Southern Folger's "Southern Steel Model 3150LX" and "Southern Steel Model 3165LX." Only the 3150LX system offers multiple door functions, such as for cell doors; the 3165LX system is for individual doors, such as for vestibules, day rooms, and corridors.

5.4FABRICATION

Retain first paragraph below if visibility of manufacturer's name on items is objectionable.

A.Manufacturer's Nameplate: Do not provide products that have manufacturer's name or trade name displayed in a visible location (omit removable nameplates) except in conjunction with required fire-rated labels and as otherwise approved by Architect.

B.Security Fasteners: Fabricate detention door hardware using security fasteners with head style appropriate for fabrication requirements, strength, and finish of adjacent materials.  Provide stainless-steel security fasteners in stainless-steel materials.

C.Concealed Fasteners: For detention door hardware units that are exposed when detention door is closed except for units already specified with concealed fasteners. Do not use through bolts for installation where bolt head or nut on opposite face is exposed unless it is the only means of securely attaching detention door hardware. Where through bolts are used on hollow-metal detention door and frame construction, provide sleeves for each through bolt.


Retain first two subparagraphs below for fire-rated detention door assemblies. NFPA 80 requires locks, latches, and surface-mounted top and bottom bolts to be secured with machine screws or through bolts.

1.Steel Machine Screws: For the following fire-rated applications:

a.Mortise detention hinges to detention doors.

b.Strike plates to detention frames.

c.Security door closers to detention doors and frames.

2.Steel Through Bolts: For the following fire-rated applications unless door blocking is provided:

a.Surface detention hinges to detention doors.

b.Security door closers to detention doors and frames.

3.Spacers or Sex Bolts: For through bolting of hollow-metal detention doors.

4.Fasteners for Wood Detention Doors: Comply with DHI WDHS.2.

5.5FINISHES

A.Standard: Comply with BHMA A156.18.

B.Protect mechanical finishes on exposed surfaces from damage by applying a strippable, temporary protective covering before shipping.

C.BHMA Designations: Comply with base material and finish requirements indicated by the following:

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Retain one or more finish designations below; coordinate with those indicated in "Detention Door Hardware Sets" Article. See Evaluations for discussion on finishes.

1.BHMA 600: Primed for painting, over steel base metal.

2.BHMA 606: Satin brass, clear coated, over brass base metal.

3.BHMA 630: Stainless steel, satin, over stainless-steel base metal.

PART 6 - EXECUTION

6.1EXAMINATION

A.Examine detention door hardware with the DHC Installer and Construction Manager present for compliance with requirements.

B.Prepare written report, endorsed by DHC Installer, listing conditions not acceptable per these specifications of the detention door hardware and a course of action with completion dates identified. Notify the Construction Manager of damaged or missing items within 2 days (written).

6.2PREPARATION

NFPA 80 restricts on-site door preparation to that required for surface-applied door hardware and function holes for mortise locks.

A.Steel Detention Doors and Frames: Comply with ANSI/DHI A115 Series.

1.Surface-Applied Detention Door Hardware: Drill and tap detention doors and frames according to ANSI/SDI A250.6.

6.3DETENTION DOOR HARDWARE SETS (See attached)


SECTION 088853 - SECURITY GLAZING

This Section uses the term "Architect." Change this term to match that used to identify the design professional as defined in the General and Supplementary Conditions.

PART 7 - GENERAL

7.1SUMMARY

A.This package is to provide security glazing for the Jefferson County Bessemer Jail Expansion. Provide security glazing for swinging detention doors, sliding detention doors and interior windows.

B.Installation is not included in this package.

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C.If any contradiction exists among the products specified for this project, the product with the highest quality rating will prevail.

D.Coordinate the work under this section with Section 083463 Detention Doors and Frames and Section 087163 Detention Door Hardware.

Adjust list below to suit Project.

7.2PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

Retain applicable paragraphs below to correlate with the performance requirements for glazing products specified in Part 2.

A.Human Impact Load Resistance: Provide Category II glazing materials based on complying with testing requirements in 16 CFR 1201.

B.Attack Resistance: Provide glazing materials capable of resisting attack of type and at security-grade levels indicated as determined from testing identical materials according to ASTM F 1915.

C.Forced-Entry Resistance: Provide glazing materials capable of resisting forced entry at ratings indicated as determined from testing identical materials according to ASTM F 1233 or HPW-TP-0500.02.

D.Ballistics Resistance: Provide glazing materials capable of resisting ballistic impact at levels indicated as determined from testing identical materials according to ASTM F 1233 or UL 752.

Insert other reference in subparagraph below as required to establish protection-level requirements.

7.3SUBMITTALS

A.Product Data: For each glazing material indicated.

First paragraph below assumes manufacturer's standard-size Samples are acceptable. Revise to suit Project.

B.Samples: For each exposed glazing material in each color indicated.

C.Glazing Schedule: Use same designations indicated on Drawings.

Delete first paragraph below if no glazing sealants are specified for installing security glazing.

D.Product test reports.

E.Warranties specified in this Section.

7.4QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.Installer Qualifications: An entity who employs glazing installers for this Project who are certified under the National Glass Association Glazier Certification Program as Level 2 (Senior Glaziers) or Level 3 (Master Glaziers).

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B.Glazing Sealant Product Testing: Obtain sealant test results for "Product Test Reports" Paragraph in "Submittals" Article from a qualified testing agency based on testing current sealant formulations within a 36-month period.

1.Sealant Testing Agency Qualifications: An independent testing agency qualified according to ASTM C 1021 to conduct the testing indicated, as documented according to ASTM E 548.

2.Test elastomeric glazing sealants for compliance with requirements specified by reference to ASTM C 920 and, where applicable, to other standard test methods.

Delete paragraph and subparagraphs below if no elastomeric glazing sealants are specified for Project. Adhesion and compatibility testing is essential and usually done by sealant manufacturer. Tests require many Samples, and some tests require four weeks to complete. If retaining below, also retain "Preconstruction Adhesion and Compatibility Test Report" Paragraph in "Submittals" Article.

C.Safety Glass: Category II materials complying with testing requirements in 16 CFR 1201.

D.Glazing Publications: Comply with published recommendations of glazing product manufacturers and organization below, unless more stringent requirements are indicated.

1.GANA Publications: GANA'S "Glazing Manual" and "Laminated Glass Design Guide."

Delete subparagraph and associated subparagraphs below if no plastic sheets.

2.Fire-Test-Response Characteristics: Provide plastic sheets identical to those tested for the following fire-test-response characteristics per test method indicated below by UL or another testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. Identify plastic sheets with appropriate markings of applicable testing and inspecting agency.

a.Self-Ignition Temperature: 650 deg F or more when tested per ASTM D 1929 on plastic sheets in thicknesses indicated for the Work.

Compliance with subparagraphs above and below qualifies light-transmitting plastics as approved in model building codes for self-ignition temperature and smoke density. See Evaluations. Revise to suit products selected and to comply with code(s) in effect for Project.

b.Smoke density of 75 or less when tested per ASTM D 2843 on plastic sheets in thicknesses indicated for the Work.

c.Relative Burning Characteristics: As follows, when tested per ASTM D 635.

E.Source Limitations: Obtain Glazing Specification in this section from single source from single manufacturer.

Delete GANA's "Laminated Glass Design Guide" in subparagraph below if no laminated glass is specified for Project.

Subparagraph below applies only to monolithic polycarbonate sheet qualifying as Class C1 light-transmitting plastics in model building codes. Delete if monolithic polycarbonate unit is not retained in Part 2.

Delete paragraph below if no insulating glass. Not all manufacturers participate in program; refer to directories of certifying organizations for participants.

Delete paragraph and subparagraphs below if not required.

7.5WARRANTY

A.Submit written warranty agreeing to repair or replace glass and glazing materials which fail to perform as specified, including leakage of water, or failure of joint adhesion, cohesion, abrasion resistance, extrusion resistance, migration resistance, stain resistance, delamination, yellowing, breakage, coating failure and loss of light transmission for all assemblies extending for five years after completion of Project.

B. Show endorsement of Glazier/Detention Security Contractor (DSC) supplier on all warranties.

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PART 8 - PRODUCTS

8.1GLASS PRODUCTS

A.Heat-Treated Float Glass (Fully Tempered Glass): ASTM C 1048; Type I (transparent flat glass); Quality q3; class, ¼” thickness located on Isolation /Medical doors as noted on schedule.

1.Fabrication Process: By horizontal (roller-hearth) process with roll-wave distortion parallel to bottom edge of glass as installed, unless otherwise indicated.

Delete subparagraph above or below if ASTM compliance only is required. See Evaluations. Verify that glass sizes indicated can be manufactured with roll wave parallel with bottom edge.

Delete subparagraph above or below unless both are used and specified in schedules. Pyrolytic coatings may be used on either first or second surface of monolithic-glass lites as well as other surfaces of laminated and insulating glass. Sputtered coatings may also be used with monolithic glass but only on second surface if coating is recommended for such use by manufacturer. Otherwise, sputtered coatings must be used with either laminated or insulating glass and placed on surfaces not exposed to exterior.

Retain interlayer materials in first four subparagraphs below referenced in articles specifying glazing assemblies.

B.Glass-Clad Polycarbonate: ASTM C 1349 and other requirements as specified.

1.13/16” clear security glass (Provide mirror tinted at Central Control #355.) Products from the following manufacturers are acceptable:

a.Global Security Glazing

b.GE Polymershapes/Insulgard

c.Sheffield Plastics Inc./Makrolon

8.2ELASTOMERIC GLAZING SEALANTS

A.Provide products recommended by Sealant manufacturer and approved by Glazing manufacturer, complying with the following requirements:

1.Compatibility: Select glazing sealants that are compatible with one another and with other materials they will contact, including glazing lites, seals of insulating-glass and air-gap glazing units, and glazing channel substrates, under conditions of service and application, as demonstrated by sealant manufacturer based on testing and field experience.

2.Suitability: Comply with sealant and glazing unit manufacturers' written instructions for selecting glazing sealants suitable for applications indicated and for conditions existing at time of installation.

Retain first subparagraph below if low-emitting materials are required for LEED-NC or LEED-CI Credit EQ 4.1.

3.VOC Content: For sealants used inside of the weatherproofing system, not more than 250 g/L when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D (EPA Method 24).

Retain one of three options in subparagraph below. If retaining second, indicate colors in a separate schedule.

4.Colors of Exposed Glazing Sealants: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range.

B.Elastomeric Glazing Sealant Standard: Comply with ASTM C 920 and other requirements indicated for each liquid-applied, chemically curing sealant, including those referencing ASTM C 920 classifications for type, grade, class, and uses.

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Retain nonacid curing instead of neutral curing if a basic-curing sealant product is named among sealant products specified.

8.3GLAZING GASKETS

Gaskets in paragraph below are for drive-in wedges or for use with pressurized stops.

A.Dense Compression Gaskets: Molded or extruded gaskets of material indicated below, complying with standards referenced with name of elastomer indicated below, and of profile and hardness required to maintain watertight seal. Gaskets are to be compatible with glazing sealant, of size and hardness required to limit lateral movement of glass:

1.Neoprene or EPDM dense compression gaskets complying with ASTM C 864.

2.Silicone dense compression gaskets complying with ASTM C 1115.

B.Soft Compression Gaskets: Extruded or molded, closed-cell, integral-skinned gaskets of neoprene, EPDM or silicone; complying with ASTM C 509, Type II, black; and of profile and hardness required to maintain watertight seal.

Retain one or more materials in two subparagraphs below. Neoprene is not compatible with silicone glazing sealants.

Gaskets in paragraph below are for use between glazing units and frame (or fixed stop) where they will be compressed by inserting dense compression gaskets.

8.4MISCELLANEOUS GLAZING MATERIALS

A.General: Provide products of material, size, and shape complying with referenced glazing standard and requirements of manufacturers of glazing materials for application indicated, and with a proven record of compatibility with surfaces contacted in installation.

B.Cleaners, Primers, and Sealers: Types recommended by sealant or gasket manufacturer.

C.Setting Blocks: Elastomeric material with a Shore A durometer hardness of 85, plus or minus 5.

D.Spacers: Elastomeric blocks or continuous extrusions with a Shore A durometer hardness required by glazing unit manufacturer to maintain glazing units in place for installation indicated.

E.Edge Blocks: Elastomeric material of hardness needed to limit lateral movement (side walking) of glazing units.

Delete paragraph below if not applicable in glazing channels.

F.Cylindrical Glazing Sealant Backing: ASTM C 1330, Type O (open-cell material), of size and density to control glazing sealant depth and otherwise produce optimum glazing sealant performance.

8.5FABRICATION OF GLAZING UNITS

A.General: Fabricate glazing units in sizes required to glaze openings indicated for Project, with edge and face clearances, edge and surface conditions, and bite complying with written instructions of product manufacturer and referenced glazing standard.


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Before editing remaining Part 2 articles, see Editing Instruction No. 2 in the Evaluations.

Modify articles below to suit Project.

Insert number in place of <#> to complete designation for each glass type below. Use this designation on Drawings to show where each glass type is required.

PART 9 - EXECUTION

9.1GLAZING, GENERAL

A.Comply with combined written instructions of manufacturers of glazing lites, sealants, gaskets, and other glazing materials, unless more stringent requirements are indicated, including those in referenced glazing publications.

B.Glazing channel dimensions, as indicated on Drawings or determined by glazing material thicknesses and by other requirements indicated, provide necessary bite on lites, minimum edge and face clearances, and adequate sealant thicknesses, with reasonable tolerances. Adjust as required by Project conditions during installation.

C.Protect glazing-lite edges from damage during handling and installation. Remove damaged glazing lites from Project site and legally dispose of off Project site. Damaged glazing lites are those with edge damage or other imperfections that, when installed, could weaken glazing lites and impair performance and appearance.

D.Apply primers to joint surfaces where required for adhesion of sealants, as determined by preconstruction sealant-substrate testing.

E.Install setting blocks in sill rabbets, sized and located to comply with referenced glazing publications, unless otherwise required by glazing unit manufacturer. Set blocks in thin course of compatible sealant suitable for heel bead.

F.Do not exceed edge pressures stipulated by glazing unit manufacturers for installing lites.

G.Provide spacers for glazing lites where the length plus width is larger than 50 inches as follows:

1.Locate spacers directly opposite each other on both inside and outside faces of glazing lites. Install correct size and spacing to preserve required face clearances unless gaskets and glazing tapes are used that have demonstrated ability to maintain required face clearances and to comply with system performance requirements.

2.Provide 1/8-inch minimum bite of spacers on glazing lites and use thickness equal to sealant width. With glazing tape, use thickness slightly less than final compressed thickness of tape.

H.Provide edge blocking where indicated or needed to prevent glazing lites from moving sideways in glazing channel, as recommended in writing by glazing unit manufacturer and according to requirements in referenced glazing publications.

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I.Set glass lites in each series with uniform pattern, draw, bow, and similar characteristics.

Delete paragraph and subparagraph below if no glazing with wedge-shaped gaskets.

J.Where wedge-shaped gaskets are driven into one side of channel to pressurize sealant or gasket on opposite side, provide adequate anchorage so gasket cannot walk out when installation is subjected to movement.

1.Square cut wedge-shaped gaskets at corners and install gaskets in a manner recommended by gasket manufacturer to prevent corners from pulling away; seal corner joints and butt joints with sealant recommended by gasket manufacturer.

9.2TAPE GLAZING

A.Position tapes on fixed stops so that, when compressed by glazing units, their exposed edges are flush with or protrude slightly above sightline of stops.

B.Install tapes continuously, but not necessarily in one continuous length. Do not stretch tapes to make them fit opening.

C.Where framing joints are vertical, cover joints by applying tapes to heads and sills first and then to jambs. Where framing joints are horizontal, cover joints by applying tapes to jambs first and then to heads and sills.

D.Place joints in tapes at corners of opening with adjoining lengths butted together, not lapped. Seal joints in tapes with compatible sealant approved by tape manufacturer.

E.Do not remove release paper from tape until just before each glazing unit is installed.

Delete first paragraph below if not required, or qualify by adding "where indicated" and show locations on Drawings or in schedules.

F.Center glazing units in openings on setting blocks and press firmly against tape by inserting dense compression gaskets formed and installed to lock in place against faces of removable stops. Start gasket applications at corners and work toward centers of openings.

Delete paragraph below if not applicable, or revise to suit Project; paragraph assumes fixed stop is located on exterior.

9.3SEALANT GLAZING (WET)

A.Use in wet areas and exterior applications.

B.Install continuous spacers, or spacers combined with cylindrical sealant backing, between glazing units and glazing stops to maintain face clearances and to prevent sealant from extruding into glazing channel and blocking weep systems until sealants cure. Secure spacers or spacers and backings in place and in position to control depth of installed sealant relative to edge clearance for optimum sealant performance.

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C.Force sealants into glazing channels to eliminate voids and to ensure complete wetting or bond of sealant to glazing unit and channel surfaces.

D.Tool exposed surfaces of sealants to provide a substantial wash away from glazing units.

9.4PROTECTION AND CLEANING

A.Protect exterior glazing units from damage immediately after installation by attaching crossed streamers to framing held away from glazing unit. Do not apply markers to glazing unit surfaces. Remove nonpermanent labels, and clean surfaces.

B.Protect glazing units from contact with contaminating substances resulting from construction operations, including weld splatter. If, despite such protection, contaminating substances do come into contact with glazing units, remove substances immediately as recommended in writing by glazing unit manufacturer.

C.Examine glazing unit surfaces adjacent to or below exterior concrete and other masonry surfaces at frequent intervals during construction, but not less than once a month, for build-up of dirt, scum, alkaline deposits, or stains; remove as recommended in writing by glazing unit manufacturer.

D.Remove and replace glazing units that are broken, chipped, cracked, or abraded or that are damaged from natural causes, accidents, or vandalism during construction period.

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