GENERAL
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1.01 Summary and Introduction

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1.02 Submittals

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1.03 Material Acquisition - Lead Times - Storage - Handling - Delivery

    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 Finishes Packaging

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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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 3.11 Exclusion

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3.04 Maintenance & Inspection

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3.05 Safety Precautions

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3.06 Product Performance - Design for Normal condition

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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

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 3.12 Permits

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 3.12 Contracts and Purchase Orders

    WARRANTY
    SPECIFICATIONS OF THE ILLUSTRATED STYLES
    TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS INTERNET SPECS

3.09 Caulking/Flashing - Sealing

The highly skilled and specialized operation of Caulking, Sealing and Flashing (see 3.04) is excluded from all work provided by B & C. This service should be provided by specialists working on other aspects of the same project unless specifically shown on the shop drawing attached. In many instances flashing must be installed “before” Canopy unit. is installed inset undercutting stucco. This procedure lays outside the scope of B & C installers. who are not responsible for the performance or none performance of caulking if or when applied and provides no warranty against water penetration, seal or tightness on canopies. This is a final finishing and maintenance issue subject to horizontal expansion and vertical contraction of metal units and especially in plastics or composites with high expansion rates. Technical expert advice should be sought for in this regard.

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