GENERAL
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1.01 Summary and Introduction

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1.02 Delivery, Storage and Handling

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1.03 Material Acquisition Lead Times - Delivery

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1.04 Project/Site Conditions - Field Measuring

    PRODUCTS
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2.01 General Description

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2.02 Material Content

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2.03 Provision and Fabrication Review

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2.04 Metals Color Finishes Color

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2.05 Examination & Inspections

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2.06 Fabrication Venue

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2.07 Site Verification of Installation Conditions

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2.08 Material Mill Certification

    EXECUTION
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3.01 Installation Scheduling

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3.02 Installation Work Hours

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3.03 Building Corner Treatments

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3.04 Maintenance & Inspection

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3.05 Safety Precautions

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3.06 Product Performance

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3.07 Heat Stress, Metal Deformation, Warping and Twisting

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3.08 Labor Code - Prevailing Wages

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3.09 Caulking/Flashing - Sealing

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3.10 Methods of Installation

    WARRANTY
    SPECIFICATIONS OF THE ILLUSTRATED STYLES
    TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS INTERNET SPECS

1.01 Summary and Introduction

A. This Section of Submissions Includes: Material Content Fabrication, Finishing and Installation details of the Steel Framed Units with 22 Gauge Verco Panel HSB -36 High Shear B Deck Covers on Top Granite Green -Wash Color Below as finished, installed products the units being the subject of Proposals 291231 dated 5/5/09 to Clark Contractors and subsequent Approval of Proposal dated 5/8/09 and should be read in conjunction with the associated illustrated CAD Shop Drawings.

 

B. Extent of Coverage: The extent of the of Steel Framed Units with 22 Gauge Verco Panel HSB -36 is as shown on the attached Computer Assisted Colored Drawings (CAD) extracted from architectural drawings The shop drawings provided herein show units which will be fabricated in their entirety by B & C Awnings, Inc and are legal documents being “Scope Definitive” as in 1.02 and 1.04 and footnotes on the CAD Drawings hereafter, calculated to form a part of the contract –Items, sections, components herein not specifically included in these submissions or clearly referred to as “inclusions” on the attached drawings are an “exclusion” from B & C’s scope of work and if required by the Contractor (as a condition of B & C’s issue and Contractors acceptance of these submittals) it is contractually agreed that all exclusions are to be provided by others.

 

C. Related Sections: Section(s) related to this section include:

1. Extracts from B & C’s proposals, exclusions as they pertain

2. Extracts from Plans Details Drawings, Representations of Steel Framed Units with 22 Gauge Verco Panel HSB -36 all as reflected on B & C submittal drawings.

 

D.  Definitions: All definitions to be those standard in the industry Reference herein to B & C -means B & C Awnings Inc or their associated companies B & C Industries LLC.

 

E. As a Contractual condition of B & C’s entering into a contract for this project. as 1.01 above and 1.04 above All Submissions Issued by B & C which are not out rightly rejected by Contractors, Owner or Architect become contractually definitive of B & C’s intent and agreed Scope of work not with standing anything elsewhere contained to the contrary.

 

F. Contracts Strictly in accord with the above proposal issued by B & C Awnings Inc which is the subject of these submissions if any contract was issued prior to the date of these submissions or later and does not contain the following terms then it will be amended by B & C to included them accordingly following which amendment it will be formerly signed Amendment to Contract: Not with standing any thing previously contained in this or any associated contract to the contrary this amendment is final, definitive and superseding all former and latter statements which would other wise contradict it and inures to the benefit of SUBCONTRACTOR Mobilization limited to a single trip. Product delivery afforded clear access with continuous uninterrupted installation.

 

SUBCONTRACTOR may stop material acquisition, fabrication or installation work without penalty and apply additional cost impact if (1) CONTRACTOR fails to make as proposed scheduled 30% timely payment to secure this fixed price contract) 50 % at point of delivery,20% due upon installation with no retention throughout. (2) CONTRACTOR incorrectly locates Tabs. Substrate Backing, Brackets where applicable on approved drawings (3) CONTRACTOR provides dangerous, inaccessible installation conditions, (4)Contractor limits access or work times.Work stoppages requiring remobilization are without penalty to B & C. Additional cost to CONTRACTOR by negotiation. Submissions which are not out rightly rejected containing Architect's Comments, Reviews, Notations, Directives, Approvals, No Exception Taken are to be interpreted as “Submission Acceptance” becomes definitive of SUBCONTRACTOR intent and CONTRACTOR directive being the final agreed scope of SUBCONTRACTOR work exceeding former directives, plans or specifications forming the definitive part of this contact Excluded, services are Bonds, Civil/Structural Engineering, Permits, Flashing, Footings Caulking, Inspections, Independent Laboratory Welding Certification, Waiver of Subrogation.CG2010,CG2037 Blocking Backing, Substrates, Tests ,Inspections, Attachments, any Engineered Brackets to main frame, Inter Trade Coordination’s Cladding, Conditions which would negate or delay above agreed progress payments such as if/when paid clauses. Liability indemnification limited to life of SUBCONTRACTOR Warranty.CONTRACTOR or Buyer responsible for record keeping of regular inspection, expert maintenance and sealants.