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CIV-SU-1.

24-A
DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF BUILDINGS

APPLICATION: TOPSIDES

This document is the confidential property of Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Neither


the whole nor any part of this document may be disclosed to any third
party without the prior written consent of Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Neither the
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written consent of Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

Rev

Date

Description

Author

Sponsor

07/09

Reference to CIV-SU-1.15 changed to


FFS-SU-5216. Reference to CIV-SU-1.14 changed
to FFS-SU-5215. No technical content change.

MULI

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CONTENTS

1.0

Scope ..........................................................................................................................3

2.0

References ..................................................................................................................3
2.1 ......Purchaser Documents ......................................................................................3
2.2 ......Industry Codes and Standards .........................................................................3

3.0

Requirements .............................................................................................................5
3.1 ......Item Definition ..................................................................................................5
3.2 ......Physical Characteristics ...................................................................................5

4.0

Design and Construction ..........................................................................................6


4.1 ......General .............................................................................................................6
4.2 ......Structural Design ..............................................................................................6
4.3 ......Performance .....................................................................................................6
4.4 ......Maintenance Access ........................................................................................6
4.5 ......Materials ...........................................................................................................6
4.6 ......Installation ........................................................................................................7
4.7 ......Welding ............................................................................................................7
4.8 ......Structural and Metal Components ....................................................................7
4.9 ......Suspended Ceilings .........................................................................................9
4.10 ....Insulation ........................................................................................................10
4.11 ....Closures and Sealants ...................................................................................11
4.12 ....Carpentry and Millwork ...................................................................................12
4.13 ....Doors (Except Blast Resistant Doors) ............................................................14
4.14 ....Windows .........................................................................................................17
4.15 ....Blast Doors and Windows ..............................................................................17
4.16 ....Building Specialties ........................................................................................19
4.17 ....Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning .......................................................22
4.18 ....Plumbing ........................................................................................................23
4.19 ....Electrical .........................................................................................................23
4.20 ....Fire Protection Systems .................................................................................24
4.21 ....Painting, Colors and Finishes .........................................................................24

5.0

Documentation Requirements ................................................................................24

6.0

Quality Assurance Provisions ................................................................................25

7.0

Preparation for Shipping and Storage ...................................................................25


7.1 ......General ...........................................................................................................25
7.2 ......Protective Measures .......................................................................................26
7.3 ......Cleaning .........................................................................................................26
7.4 ......Packaging and Crating ...................................................................................27
7.5 ......Export Packing ...............................................................................................28
7.6 ......Boxes .............................................................................................................29
7.7 ......Package/Crate Marking and Identification ......................................................30

Appendix A

Furnishings Description .............................................................................32

Appendix B

Toilet Equipment and Accessories ............................................................35

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SCOPE
This specification covers the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture, transportation,
installation and testing of general buildings on an offshore platform. Any exceptions to the
requirements of this specification shall be submitted in writing to the Purchaser for resolution.

2.0

REFERENCES
1. The following documents are referenced herein and are considered part of this specification.
2. Use the edition of each referenced document in effect on the date of the publication of this
specification.
3. Any conflicts between these documents shall be submitted to the Purchaser for resolution.

2.1

2.2

Purchaser Documents
COM-SU-2.02

Materials and Application of Painting and Protective Coatings

ELC-DU-12.01

General Electrical Design

ELC-SU-12.02

General Requirements for Installation of Electrical Facilities

ELC-SU-12.13

Wire and Cable

FFS-SU-5215

Structural Steel and Other Materials

FFS-SU-5216

Structural Welding and Inspection

PIM-SU-3.00

Piping Service Classes and Materials Requirements

SID-SU-5106

Safety in Designs

Industry Codes and Standards


American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
63

Guide for Building and Classing Facilities on Offshore Installations

American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)


MO 21

ASD Manuals - Two Volume Set: Volume 1: Manual of Steel Construction,


9th Edition (AISC M016), and Volume II: Connections [Based on ASD]
(AISC M017)

Specification for Structural Steel Buildings


RCSC Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A325 and A490 Bolts
American Petroleum Institute (API)
RP 2A-WSD

Recommended Practice for Planning, Designing, and Constructing Fixed


Offshore PlatformsWorking Stress Design

RP 14F

Recommended Practice for Design and Installation of Electrical Systems


for Fixed and Floating Offshore Petroleum Facilities for Unclassified and
Class I, Division 1 and Division 2 Locations

RP 14G

Recommended Practice for Fire Prevention and Control on Fixed Opentype Offshore Production Platforms

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American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)


A 36/A 36M

Standard Specification for Carbon Structural Steel

A 123

Standard Specification for Zinc (Hot-Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and


Steel Products

A 307

Standard Specification for Carbon Steel Bolts and Studs, 60 000 PSI Tensile
Strength

A 325/A 325M

Standard Specification for Structural Bolts, Steel, Heat Treated, 120/105 ksi
Minimum Tensile Strength

A 490

Standard Specification for Structural Bolts, Alloy Steel, Heat Treated,


150 ksi Minimum Tensile Strength

A 570/A 570M

Standard Specification for Structural Steel, Sheet and Strip, Carbon, HotRolled

A 611

Standard Specification for Structural Steel (SS), Sheet, Carbon, Cold-Rolled

C 635

Standard Specification for the Manufacture, Performance, and Testing of


Metal Suspension Systems for Acoustical Tile and Lay-in Panel Ceilings

C 636

Standard Practice for Installation of Metal Ceiling Suspension Systems for


Acoustical Tile and Lay-In Panels

A 653/A 653M

Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or


Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process

E 814

Standard Test Method for Fire Tests of Through-Penetration Fire Stops

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)


ASA-A40.8-1955

American Standard National Plumbing Code

American Welding Society (AWS)


D1.1

Structural Welding CodeSteel

Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI)


Section 100 Premium Grade
Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards Illustrated
Department of the Army
TM5-1300

Structures to Resist the Effects of Accidental Explosions

National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)


ICS 6

Industrial Control & Systems Enclosures

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)


10

Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers

13

Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems

14

Standard for the Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems

70

National Electrical Code (NEC)

72

National Fire Alarm Code

80

Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives

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90A

Standard for the Installation of Air-Conditioning and Ventilating Systems

90B

Standard for the Installation of Warm Air Heating and Air-Conditioning


Systems

96

Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial


Cooking Operations

101

Life Safety Code

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)


Fire Resistance Directory
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REQUIREMENTS
1. The values stated in this specification in either U.S. Customary units or SI units are to be
regarded separately as standard.
2. Within the text, the SI units are shown in parentheses.
3. The values stated in each system are not exact equivalents, therefore each system must be used
independent of the other.
4. Combining values from the two systems may result in nonconformance with this specification.

3.1

Item Definition
1. Within the context of this specification, a building is a metal enclosed self-contained modular
enclosure containing equipment together with ancillary areas and services installations as
required to effectively operate the facility.
2. Manufacturing standards shall be in accordance with the following qualifications:
a. The Fabricator shall furnish all material, labor, equipment, testing, supervision, plant
facilities, consumable supplies, and tools required for, and incidental to, the design,
fabrication and installation of the building.
b. The Fabricator shall furnish, install, test, and deliver the building and all equipment and
facilities required by this specification in complete operational condition and otherwise
ready for occupancy at the completion of fabrication and installation.

3.2

Physical Characteristics
1. Purchaser drawings and building descriptions indicate conceptual layouts and information
only.
2. The Supplier shall be responsible for determination of the final design, based on Purchaser
requirements, equipment size, clearance requirements, etc.
3. The internal layout drawing of the building shall be approved by Purchaser, prior to the
initiation of detail design of the building.
4. Protection of equipment during fabrication, lifting, transportation, and operation shall be in
accordance with manufacturers recommendations and prudent workmanlike precautions
considering the conditions to which the equipment will be exposed.

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DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

4.1

General

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1. Supplier shall prepare detailed fabrication, architectural, electrical, fire and safety, plumbing,
HVAC etc., drawings for Purchaser review and approval prior to beginning work. Drawings
shall include detail design for all systems and incorporate the requirements of the
specifications.
2. The building shall be leakproof, and corrosion-resistant.
3. Unless otherwise specified, all buildings shall be equipped with a hazardous gas detection, fire
and smoke detection, and alarm systems.
4. The Supplier shall ensure that noise and vibration limits are not exceeded, firstly by
minimizing noise at source as far as possible, and secondly by insulation as specified.
5. The building shall be designed and constructed to comply with the NFPA 70 local area
classification(s) as defined by the Technical Requirements.
4.2

Structural Design
1. Structural design shall be in accordance with ABS requirements, API RP 2A-WSD, and
AISC MO 21.
2. Subject to agreement by Purchaser, the Supplier may design the building as a stressed skin
structure.
3. The skid shall be an integral part of the structure.
4. The design shall include all live and dead loads, including lifting, transportation and
installation, as well as equipment and operational loads, and wind and blast loads.
5. All openings shall be fully framed and included in the calculations submitted.

4.3

Performance
1. Structural elements, components and installations shall have fire, thermal and acoustic
performance in accordance with ABS 63 and United States Coast Guard (USCG)
requirements, together with API RP 2A-WSD, and any additional requirements noted in this
specification.
2. Any openings or penetrations shall also achieve these standards, using tested and approved
procedures, including ASTM E 814.

4.4

Maintenance Access
1. The Supplier shall provide convenient access as necessary for maintenance of all equipment
and services installations including any necessary platforms.
2. All shut-off valves shall be located so that they can be conveniently accessed from floor level.
3. Maintenance access provisions shall maintain the integrity of insulation and fire resistant
construction using tested and approved procedures.

4.5

Materials
1. This specification contains materials and equipment by specific manufacturers trade names
and model number. The intent is to establish a basis for quality.
2. Materials, equipment and the procedures covered by this document have been selected as a
standard because of quality, particular suitability, or record of satisfactory performance. It is
not intended to preclude the use of equal or better materials or equipment.

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3. Supplier may submit written request for the use of substitute items. Such substitution or
replacement is subject to Purchaser approval.
4. Materials shall comply with industry standard specifications as a minimum.
4.6

Installation
1. Installation of all equipment and materials shall be in full compliance with recommendations
of the respective manufacturers, unless specifically excepted or indicated to the contrary
herein.
2. All components of framing members, millwork, window frames, door frames, wall
components, and wall panels shall be plumb, square in proper alignment, and in proper
relation with other trades.
3. All millwork, hardware, furnishings, etc., shall be properly fitted square, plumb, and secured
to the building structure in accordance with manufacturers recommendations.
4. After installation, the Supplier shall repair and touch up any damage and make necessary
adjustments to ensure correct operation of all doors, switches, mechanical equipment, and any
other items not mentioned herein.
5. All structural steel surfaces, including those covered by insulation, shall be prepared, primed
and coated in accordance with this specification.

4.7

Welding
1. Welding shall conform to the FFS-SU-5216.
2. All faying surfaces located outside of a buildings controlled environment shall be seal
welded.
3. Air-conditioned buildings shall be capable of maintaining positive air pressure.

4.8

Structural and Metal Components


4.8.1

General
1. All steel materials shall conform with FFS-SU-5215.
2. All stairs, walkways and handrails shall be constructed in accordance with Purchasers
SID-SU-5106 and NFPA 10.
3. All external stairs and walkways shall be galvanized in accordance with ASTM
A 123.

4.8.2

Frame
1. The building frame shall be constructed as a rigid, self-supporting steel structure. The
frame shall be welded to the building skid.
2. Girts and purlins shall be flush with the exterior face of framing members.
3. Girts shall be spaced so that deflection of wall panels under design loads is less than
1/270 of the span.
4. The roof framing and the building columns shall be designed to support any additional
dead load suspended from the roof such as air conditioning ducts, suspended ceilings,
cable trays, electrical busses, light fixtures, and piping.
5. Openings for equipment, ducting, conduit, windows, doors, and other purposes shall
have structural frames. Frames shall be provided for such openings in both the walls
and roof.

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6. The building floor framing (skid) shall be fabricated from W shaped (wide flange)
steel beams to form a rigid rectangular frame. The frame shall be braced with cross
members as required to support the equipment installed in the building.
7. All primary bolted connections shall be furnished with high strength bolts conforming
to specification ASTM A 325 or A 490.
a. Bolts shall be furnished with one washer and one heavy hex nut per bolt and shall
be tightened by the turn of the nut method.
b. The bolted connections shall be designed in accordance with AISC RCSC
Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A325 and A490 Bolts.
8. All primary bolted connections shall contain at least two bolts.
9. All machine bolts shall conform to ASTM A 307, furnished with one heavy hex nut
and one lock washer per bolt.
4.8.3

Floors
1. The building floor shall be smooth steel plate a minimum of 3/8 inch (10 mm) thick.
2. Floor plate seams and edges shall be continuously welded to ensure a seal between
floor and skid.
3. Floors shall be provided with drains to prevent moisture accumulation. Flange
extensions and gussets shall be installed as required.
4. Floor plating shall be covered with a poured deck insulation as specified herein. See
Finishes Schedule included with the Technical Requirements for floor finish material,
where applicable.
5. The underside of the insulation at skid level is to be protected by 16 gauge (1.6 mm)
galvanized steel sheet, fixed with stainless steel screws.
6. Floor finishes shall be in accordance with the Room Schedule included with the
Technical Requirements.

4.8.4

Roof
1. Roof structure that supports equipment shall be designed for a uniformly distributed
live load of 50 psf (2.5 KPa) or the actual equipment weight, whichever is greater.
2. The building roof shall be smooth steel plate a minimum of 3/8 inch (10 mm) thick if
the building has roof mounted equipment.
a. Otherwise a minimum of 1/4-inch (6 mm) thick plate is acceptable.
b. The Supplier shall secure the roof sheets against wind uplift, mechanical
movement, and to maintain water-tight panel joints.
3. The minimum roof slope shall not be less than 1/8 inch (3 mm) per foot (305 mm).
4. The roof shall be provided with perimeter drains including gutters and downspouts.
Drains shall not be installed in the roof.
5. The underside of the roof insulation, where not concealed by a suspended ceiling, is to
be protected by 16 gauge (1.6 mm) galvanized steel sheet, fixed with screws.

4.8.5

Exterior Walls
1. Building cladding shall be crimped steel plates, minimum 3/16 inch (5 mm) thick.
2. The exterior walls of the building shall be flush with the skid.

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3. All joints between steel plates and building frame and joints between adjacent steel
plates shall be seal welded.
4. Crimped steel plates are to have steel closures welded in at openings to ensure seal
against the framing.
4.8.6

Interior Walls and Liners


1. Interior wall finishes shall be as specified in the Finishes Schedule included with the
Technical Requirements.
2. The fire-spread rating of all interior walls and liners shall not exceed 25.
3. Interior walls shall extend to the structure above and be sealed around structural
members at the following locations, where applicable:
a. Chases and shafts which penetrate floors
b. Mechanical, electrical and laundry rooms
c. Communications rooms
d. Sleeping rooms abutting adjacent rooms
e. Toilet rooms
f.

4.9

Exit corridor

Suspended Ceilings
Where specified by the Purchaser, the building shall be constructed with a suspended ceiling.
4.9.1

General
1. Acoustical ceiling systems shall be installed complete, including exposed tee grid
suspension system, acoustical tile, hanger wires, runner channels and hold down clips
as required.
2. Light fittings, air-conditioning and ventilation grills and related accessories shall be
fully integrated in the ceiling.
3. Materials and installation are to comply with ASTM C 635 and ASTM C 636.

4.9.2

Materials
1. Exposed tee grid main runners and cross tees shall be double web type, hot dipped
galvanized steel with 15/16 inch (24 mm) aluminum flange face and low gloss white
baked enamel finish, clips shall be stainless steel.
2. Wall angles or channel shall be straight edge, steel with same finish as main runners.
3. System shall be USG series 3/4 ZXA fire rated exposed grid or a Purchaser-approved
equal.
4. Acoustical panels shall be 24243/4 inch (61061019 mm) thick lay in panels,
square edge, 100 percent inorganic mineral fibers in a ceramic bond with a white
finish.
5. Where data sheets specify Moisture Resistant (M.R.) panels, provide and install
Conwed, Heritage pattern ceramic perforated panel, Armstrong Ceramaguard panel,
or Purchaser-approved equal. At remaining areas provide and install USG, Auratone
fire code, Rock face or Purchaser approved equal.
6. Main runners shall be suspended with galvanized wire hangers, 12-gauge (2.1 mm)
minimum, spaced a maximum of 4 feet (1200 mm) apart.

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7. The suspension system shall be a UL listed, fire rated assembly.


8. Acoustical panels shall be UL listed and have a UL fire spread rating not
exceeding 25.
4.9.3

Installation
1. Tee grid members shall be installed square and centered with respect to each
building space.
a. Grid members shall be spaced and supported as required by maximum deflection
of 1/360 of span.
b. Minimum of 12 gauge (2.1 mm) hanger wire shall be used to support suspension
system.
2. Hangers shall be suspended directly from the structure, and suspension from service
installations will not be accepted.
3. Supplier shall clean all panels and grid after installation.

4.10

Insulation
4.10.1 General
1. Supplier shall furnish and install all insulation, support systems, fasteners, clips,
accessories, and furnish all required erection drawings for insulation systems.
2. All work to be concealed by insulation shall be inspected and approved by Purchaser
prior to insulation work. Insulation work shall not proceed until so authorized.
3. Supplier shall submit calculations to verify insulation material and thickness
selections with respect to both temperature and noise design criteria.
4. Insulation for all exterior surfaces shall be sound attenuating material with a flame
spread rating of 25 or less. Provide a U factor of 0.08 for the total wall and roof
composition and a U factor of 0.24 for the total floor composition.
4.10.2 Noise Requirements
1. The design noise level at the exterior surface of the building will be approximately
100 dbA.
2. Walls must provide a transmission loss in order to:
a. Contain any noise level in excess of 88 dBA within the room or building;
b. Hold the noise level in the room or building to the maximum produced by the
equipment in the room;
c. Inside the room or building, reduce the noise level from external sources within
the building, or room, to that given on the data sheets.
4.10.3 Fire Wall Separations
1. Unless specified otherwise, the exterior and interior walls shall have a 30-minute fire
rating.
2. The following rooms shall have walls with a one (1) hour rating:
a. Combustible storage rooms
b. Control rooms
c. Equipment rooms

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d. UPS and battery rooms


e. MCC equipment rooms
3. All construction shall be in accordance with UL Fire Resistance Directory for wall
construction.
4. Firewalls shall extend from floor to roof and be sealed around structural members.
5. All penetrations through firewalls shall be sealed with fire stop system per UL Fire
Resistance Directory.
4.10.4 Wall and Roof Insulation
1. Wall and roof insulation shall be semi-rigid glass fiber non-combustible board with
3 pounds per cubic foot density and aluminum foil vapor barrier on one face.
2. The following are products acceptable to Purchaser:
a. Johns-Manville800 series glass fiber
b. Owens Corningsemi-rigid fiberglass board
3. All materials such as gypsum board, insulation, etc., shall be UL listed. Purchaser
reserves right to inspect samples and listing of all materials.
4.10.5 Installation
1. Installation of the insulation shall be in strict accordance with the manufacturers
printed instructions for the specific product.
2. Fiberglass boards are to be fixed with CD pins and washers in accordance with
USCG certification.
3. Insulation shall be installed with the vapor barrier facing the exterior side of the
building.
4. Insulation shall be continuous between all structural members. Supplier shall tightly
butt the boards and tape the joints. Tape shall be of the same color and material as
vapor barrier.
4.10.6 Poured Deck Insulation
Poured deck insulation shall be a trowel-applied magnesium-oxychloride cement
compound containing lightweight aggregates with built-in insulation and fire resistance
qualities.
4.11

Closures and Sealants


4.11.1 Closures
1. Exterior louvers and other openings shall be watertight against wind driven rain.
2. Watertight and airtight closures shall be provided in the walls, floors, and roof where
service lines and electrical conduits penetrate the building. Cables shall enter and
leave the building by means of multicable transit packages.
3. Sheet metal for flashing and other closures shall be a minimum of 14 gauge (1.9 mm)
steel, or as required to maintain the fire, acoustic, and thermal requirements of the
enclosure.

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4. Flashing and/or trim shall be furnished at the rake, corners, eaves, at framed openings,
and wherever necessary to provide weather tightness and a finished appearance.
5. Galvanized steel for flashing, metal closures, trim, and other miscellaneous uses shall
be 26 gauge conforming to ASTM A 653 with Class G 90 galvanizing.
4.11.2 Sealants
1. Penetrations and openings in the walls, floors, and roof shall be sealed with flashing,
caulking, and other materials as required to:
a. Prevent air leakage when the building is pressurized;
b. Prevent moisture penetration;
c. Minimize thermal conductivity and sound transmission.
2. Caulking and other sealing materials shall be noncombustible and shall maintain the
fire, acoustic and thermal requirements of the enclosure.
3. The application shall provide an airtight seal between adjacent surfaces.
4. The material shall have sufficient adhesion to metal and plastic so as to remain in
place during normal handling operations. Adhesive tensile strength shall be a
minimum of 4 psi (28 KPa).
5. The sealing compound shall prevent the entry of water by capillary action.
4.12

Carpentry and Millwork


4.12.1 Millwork Unit
1. Supplier shall fabricate and install the mill fabricated wood, stainless steel, and plastic
laminate cabinets in accordance with the Technical Requirements.
2. Millwork hardware and additional items specified herein shall be provided and
installed.
3. All items listed in this specification as millwork unit may be supplied prefabricated
provided they meet the same requirements, subject to approval by Purchaser.
4.12.2 Wood Products
1. Visible wood shall meet or exceed American Woodwork Quality Standards (AWI),
Section 100 premium grade. No warped material shall be used.
2. Plywood shall be interior cabinet grade (NN INT DFPA) finished with a smooth,
closed grain, 3/4 inch (19 mm) minimum thickness unless otherwise approved by the
Purchaser.
3. Particle board shall not be allowed.
4.12.3 Plastic Laminate
1. The exposed or exterior surfaces of millwork shall be a plastic laminate, with an
embossed textured finish, where indicated on the drawings or in this specification.
2. Colors will be selected by Purchaser from the manufacturers standard range of colors
and finishes.
3. The inside or hidden surfaces may be of neutral color and finish.

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4. Approved manufacturers (or Purchaser approved equal):


a. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Micarta Type PFR 1
b. Exxon Chemical Corporation Nevamar Type HR 6
c. Wilson Arts plastic laminates
d. Formica brand laminates
4.12.4 Adhesive
Adhesives shall be highly water resistant type, as recommended by the plastic laminate
manufacturer.
4.12.5 Hardware
Cabinet hardware shall be as follows:
1. Adjustable shelf supports shall consists of a steel standard pilaster, flush mounted,
adjustable in 1/2 inch (12 mm) increments and steel supports, adjustable in 1/2 inch
(12 mm) increments. Use Knape and Vogt No. 239 supports and No. 255 standards or
a Purchaser-approved equal.
2. Drawer slides shall be 60-pound (27-kg) rated, full extension, universal, with lift
levers for drawer removal. Use Knape and Vogt No. 1455 or a Purchaser-approved
equal.
3. Hinges shall be wrought steel pivot hinges with satin clear anodized finish. Use
Stanley pivot hinge, No. 342, or a Purchaser-approved equal.
4. Magnetic cabinet catch shall have a stainless steel case. Use Stanley No. 41 or a
Purchaser-approved equal.
5. Cabinet pulls shall be wire pulls, stainless steel, 3 3/8-inch (86 mm) centers, satin
finish, 1-inch (25 mm) finger clearance. Use McMaster Carr No. 1726A11 or a
Purchaser-approved equal.
4.12.6 Shop Drawings
1. Supplier shall prepare and submit to Purchaser for review and approval complete
checked architectural, shop and installation detail drawings to show finished sizes,
fabrication, and installation of all millwork.
2. Shop drawings shall be submitted three weeks prior to start of fabrication.
4.12.7 Fabrication
1. All dimensions shall be verified at the jobsite prior to fabricating any millwork.
2. Work shall be preassembled at the mill, as far as practicable, and shall be delivered
and installed after the building is closed in.
3. Materials shall be worked in the best manner known to the trade.
a. Joints in wood shall be made by mortise and tenon, dowel, or block and glue to
avoid use of nails as much as possible.
b. Nails and screws shall be concealed when necessary to use.
4. Cabinet bases shall have trim to match scheduled room base.
5. All cabinet units shall be provided with closed backs.
6. Cabinet and drawer interiors shall have a clear stain finish.
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7. Adjustable shelf standards shall be recessed into cabinets and screw anchored as
required.
8. All shelving shall be constructed of 3/4-inch (19 mm) plywood or solid material.
9. Where plumbing enters cabinets through back, a removable access panel shall be
provided, cut to fit plumbing rough in, so as to be concealed by plumbing finish
escutcheon.
4.13

Doors (Except Blast Resistant Doors)


4.13.1 General
1. Furnish all door openings complete, including all doors, transoms, door frames,
hardware preparation, glazing, fasteners, and finishes as required. Prior to erection,
prepare and submit for approval all fabrication drawings and details to show complete
installation.
2. Furnish and install hardware and weather stripping items in accordance with the
hardware furnished and this specification. Identify each cut with a corresponding item
number in this section.
3. The exact keying of each lock shall be scheduled, according to the Purchaser
requirements, by the hardware supplier and approved by the Purchaser in writing prior
to ordering the locks from the factory.
4. Stamp the key symbols on the cylinder plug and keys of every lock.
5. Where doors pass through fire rated walls or partitions, doors shall be FM approved,
UL listed for wall and partition rating. Fire-rated door assemblies shall comply with
NFPA 80.
4.13.2 Materials
1. Exterior Door AssemblyDoor assembly shall be Coast Guard approved and
labeled as A-60 fire rated. The outside skin shall be 10 gauge (3.5 mm). Stainless
steel and the interior skin shall be 14 gauge (1.9 mm) stainless steel. The inside of the
door shall be reinforced with channel. Finish shall be free from burrs and sharp edges.
The door shall be mounted in a 10 gauge (3.5 mm) stainless steel external frame with
heavy duty hinges. The unit shall be as manufactured by JRJ Alum Fab, Inc. or
Purchaser-approved equal. Stainless steel shall be type 316 and finish shall be US32D.
a. DoorO/S series
b. FrameAF 7854
c. Hardwarestainless steel
2. Interior Door AssemblyDoors and frames shall be DE Series, as manufactured by
Republic Builders Products or a Purchaser-approved equal and constructed to conform
to Steel Door Institute SDI-100. Doors shall be 18 gauge (1.3 mm) galvanized steel
with 16 gauge (1.6 mm) galvanized steel frames. Doors and frames shall be factory
primed, field painted by Supplier.
Where doors pass through fire rated walls or partitions, door assemblies shall be
FM approved or UL listed, as appropriate, for wall/partition rating.
3. GlassGlass shall be supplied in exterior and interior doors with the following
general exceptions; toilets, change rooms, storage rooms and mechanical/electrical
rooms. Glass shall be approximately 100 square inches and the thickness shall resist

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the anticipated loads and deflections and shall maintain the fire, thermal and acoustic
performance as the door assembly. Glass shall be PPG heat strengthened glass or an
approved equal. Glass in exterior doors shall have a gray tint.
4. HingesButt hinges for all interior doors shall be heavy duty stainless steel,
4 1/24 1/2 inch (115115 mm) full mortise with non-rising loose pin button tips and
ball bearings. Three hinges shall be required per single door, six hinges required for
double doors.
Half mortise hinges shall be Hager stainless, 4 1/2 inch BB2098 NRP US32D, or an
approved equal. Three hinges shall be required per single door, six hinges required for
all double doors.
Double acting hinges shall be center hung pivots, floor surface mounted, for doors to
300 pounds. Use Rixson Firemark No. 370 center hung pivot set or a Purchaserapproved equal.
5. LocksetsLocksets shall be provided on all doors without locking dogs and shall be
of mortise design with knob and trim both sides. Locksets shall be nonferrous and
nonaluminum with stainless steel knob and trim. Design shall be Corbin 865 9500
Service or a Purchaser-approved equal.
Locksets shall functions as follows:
a. Doors without cylinders865 9510 NF US32D
b. Doors with privacy locks865 9520 NF US32D
c. Electrical room doors865 9557 NF US32D
d. Doors with cylinders865 9565 NF US32D
Cylinders shall be 6-pin mortise type, Corbin No. 5253 x US32D, or a Purchaserapproved equal.
6. ClosersClosing devices shall be provided on all doors and shall be furnished in
stainless steel and of the size recommended by the manufacturer for size and type of
door. Closer shall be Norton No. P1606SS, US32D x SNB, Dorma 7600 series or a
Purchaser-approved equal. Closers shall be mounted on the inside face of exterior
doors.
7. Panic HardwareExit devices shall be provided on all exits to the building exterior
and egress doors, and shall be mortise type, in stainless steel, Von Duprin 88 series,
Monarch XXRT, Vanguard US 32 D, or an approved equal. Use 8858 TP US32D
(active or single door) with #582 or #583 strike as appropriate.
8. ThresholdsAll thresholds shall be extruded bronze, clear anodized, Pemko or a
Purchaser-approved equal:
a. Interlocking type
1) Pemko #159BV at double doors only
2) Pemko #110B all other doors as scheduled
b. Saddle typePemko #170B all doors as scheduled
9. Rain DripsRain drips shall be extruded bronze, Pemko #345B or a Purchaserapproved equal.
10. Surface BoltSurface bolts (for use on inactive leaf of a pair of doors) shall be
Model No. 454, with universal strike, hand polished steel finish. Use Ives
Hardware Co. or Purchaser-approved equal.
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11. Door StopDoor stops shall be dome type in stainless steel. Use Quality hardware or
a Purchaser-approved equal:
a. Doors without thresholdsQuality #331 ES
b. Doors with thresholdsQuality #431 ES
12. Kick PlateKick plates shall be provided on all doors and shall be stainless steel
U.S. 18 gauge (1.2 mm), beveled four sides, 8 inches (200 mm) high by door width
less 1 1/2 inches (38 mm), Quality hardware #48, or a Purchaser-approved equal.
13. Push Pull PlatesAll push pull plates shall be stainless steel, 416 inches
(100400 mm). Use Quality hardware or a Purchaser-approved equal:
a. Pull PlatesQuality #4520
b. Push PlatesQuality #2300
4.13.3 Installation
1. Doors shall be internally reinforced and in accordance with approved hardware
schedule.
2. All surface imperfections shall be dressed, filled, and sanded smooth, and shall not be
visible after application of finish.
3. Glass shall have vinyl glazing strips on both sides to preclude metal to glass contact.
4. Vision panels shall be installed with a completely sealed compression type kit, and
neoprene setting blocks of proper size and hardness for intended application.
5. Glazing compounds shall be elastic type nonhardening.
6. Channel frames shall be prepared to receive necessary hardware.
7. Doors and frames shall be hung without any rack, bind, or twist, and hardware shall be
in good operating condition.
8. Installation of all finish hardware shall be in strict accordance with the hardware
manufacturers recommendations and instructions.
9. All necessary adjustments required for proper operation shall be made by Supplier.
10. All door mounted closers shall be installed with six bolts.
4.13.4 Keying of Doors
1. All buildings are to be grand master keyed alike.
2. All electrical room doors shall be keyed alike.
3. All offices shall be individually keyed and master keyed.
4. All storage rooms, including food storage, shall be individually keyed and master
keyed.
5. All exterior doors for each building shall be independently keyed alike and shall be
grand master keyed.
4.13.5 Number of Keys
Quantity of keys shall be as follows:
1. Grand master keystwo required
2. Master keysminimum of two for each set
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3. Individual keysfour for each lock


4. Key blanks20 to be reproducible by the Purchaser
4.14

Windows
4.14.1 General
1. All windows shall be furnished complete, including all window frames, glass,
flashing, sealant, fasteners, hardware, and finishes as required.
2. Prior to erection, the Supplier shall prepare and submit for Purchaser approval all
fabrication drawings and details to show complete installation.
3. Windows in fire rated walls or partitions shall be FM approved or UL listed as
appropriate for the wall/partition rating. Window assemblies shall comply with
NFPA 80.
4.14.2 Materials
1. Fixed double glazed anodized aluminum or stainless steel windows shall be Model
Heavy Commercial F HC, as manufactured by the Ventilite of Bogalusa, Louisiana, or
a Purchaser-approved equal.
2. Sizes shall be 2436 inches (600900 mm) high.
3. Glass shall consist of one piece of grey tinted heat strengthened glass, PPG Inc. or a
Purchaser-approved equal.
4. Window weather stripping shall be factory installed internally and externally around
perimeter of sash members.
5. All glass shall be in a thickness to resist the designated load and deflection criteria,
with a minimum thickness of 1/4-inch (6 mm).
4.14.3 Installation
1. Frames shall be square, plumb and in proper alignment.
2. Frames shall be secured with stainless steel fasteners as required to meet design wind
and seismic load criteria and to ensure a weather tight enclosure.

4.15

Blast Doors and Windows


4.15.1 General
All doors and windows facing production and drilling facilities shall be designed and
fabricated to provide blast resistance, and the full assemblies shall meet the same fire,
thermal and acoustic requirements as the walls in which they are located.
4.15.2 Codes and Standards
Blast doors and windows shall comply with all governing codes and regulations, and the
following:
1. Department of the Army, TM5-1300
2. AISC Specification for Structural Steel Buildings

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4.15.3 Design Criteria


1. Doors shall be designed dynamically within plastic range for blast impulse of 10 psi
(0.7 Bar) for 55 milliseconds and an allowable ductility ratio not exceeding 5 for
flexural members.
2. All doors shall be furnished to open outward and supported on all edges by door
frames.
3. A latch and hinge mechanisms shall be furnished capable of withstanding door
rebound resistance or suction impulse on door equal to one fifth blast impulse for
door, whichever is more critical.
4.15.4 Submittals
1. CalculationsCalculations certifying conformance with pressure design requirements
shall be submitted for Purchaser approval, prior to commencement of fabrication.
2. Shop DrawingsShop drawings, covering all components and assemblies shall be
submitted for Purchaser approval prior to start of fabrication.
4.15.5 Products
1. All blast resistant doors, frames, component parts and hardware shall be products of
the same manufacturer.
2. Door construction materials (steel face plates and internal reinforcements) shall
conform to the following:
a. Steel plate, not less than 14 gauge (1.9 mm) (For door face plate)
ASTM A 570/A 570M, Gr. 33 or 36 or ASTM A 611, Gr. C.
b. Structure shapesASTM A 36/A 36M
3. All welded construction shall conform to requirements of AWS D1.1
4. Door and window unit component parts and hardware shall be by Overly
Manufacturing Purchaser, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 15601, U.S.A. or Sonicbar
Division of Rysdon Product Co., or Purchaser-approved equal.
4.15.6 Doors
1. Doors shall be blast-resistant, fabricated of formed steel sheet, structural shapes and
plates.
2. Doors shall be sound deadening and insulating materials shall be fiberglass batt
insulation, 2 inches (50 mm) thick.
3. Doors shall be equipped with latching pins at the strike edge and hinge edge in single
doors, and at the head as well as on double doors. All latching mechanisms shall be
designed to withstand specified blast loading.
4. All single doors, and the active leaf of double doors, shall be equipped with suitable
heavy-duty panic hardware.
5. Automatic closers shall be provided on all single doors and on active leaf of double
doors.
4.15.7 Hinges
Hinges shall be equipped with radial and thrust bearings to carry all loads imposed by
weight of door. Hinges shall not carry blast loadings.
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4.15.8 Frames
Frames shall be heavy gauge formed steel or structural steel and plate with reinforcing
anchors placed to resist all blast forces.
4.15.9 Windows
1. Blast resistant window units shall be fabricated of formed metal or structural shapes.
2. Glazing material shall be an appropriate thickness of laminated or tempered glass on
plastic glazing material as determined by the design analysis for the specified design
criteria.
3. Glazing material shall be scratch resistant.
4.15.10 Embedments
1. Embedments shall be fabricated to receive hinges, locking pins and perimeter framing
members from formed steel plates or rolled structural shapes.
2. Embedments shall be of seal welded construction, designed to transfer loads into
surrounding structure.
4.15.11 Assembly
All door and window units shall be factory assembled. Each unit shall be shipped as a
complete unit. Door and window frames shall be fabricated to a maximum tolerance of
1/16-inch (1.6 mm).
4.15.12 Finish
1. All door and window units shall be galvanized and prime coated with a vinyl butyryl
wash primer.
2. Door and window units shall then receive a final coating system as described in
Section 4.21 of this specification.
4.15.13 Inspection
All units shall be thoroughly checked and inspected for operation prior to shipment.
4.16

Building Specialties
4.16.1 Restrooms
1. General
a. Prior to installation, Supplier shall prepare and submit to Purchaser for approval
all manufacturers data sheets clearly indicating the specific items to be furnished
and indicating all means of attachment.
b. Supplier shall furnish and install the items listed in Appendix B, Toilet
Equipment and Accessories.
2. Materials
a. Items for this work shall be standard products manufactured by the Bobrick
Washroom Equipment, Inc. (toilet room accessories) or a Purchaser-approved
equal.
b. Colors and finishes to be selected by the Purchaser from the manufacturers
standard range of colors and finishes, unless specified herein.

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3. Description
See Appendix B, Toilet Equipment and Accessories.
4. Installation
a. All items shall be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturers
recommendations.
b. Heads of visible fasteners shall be spanner or theft proof type with satin finish.
For walls, use toggle or molly type bolts. For thru bolts where both ends are
exposed, use hex type or finished cap nut.
c. The work shall be rigid, level, true and aligned with adjoining partitions and
walls.
4.16.2 Building Furnishings
1. Supplier shall provide the building with the furniture and accessories specified by the
Technical Requirements.
2. All furniture, including shelving, shall be new, undamaged, heavy-duty commercial
grade or built of sturdy construction.
3. Supplier shall furnish and install the items in accordance with Appendix A,
Furnishings Equipment or Purchaser-approved equal.
4. All components shall be installed plumb, square and in proper alignment and securely
anchored to walls or floors to prevent movement during transportation.
5. Items subject to damage during transportation shall be removed and securely crated
for shipment.
4.16.3 Food Service Equipment
1. Supplier shall prepare and submit for Purchaser approval, shop drawings for all items
of work necessary for a complete installation.
a. Drawings shall show all dimensions, details of construction, installation and
relation to adjoining and related work requiring cutting or close fitting.
b. Drawings shall show all reinforcements, anchorage and other related work for the
complete installation of all fixtures.
c. Installation shall make allowance for maintenance areas and possible replacement.
2. Supplier shall furnish and install the equipment in accordance with Building Data
Sheets or a Purchaser-approved equal, as minimum requirement for any kitchen area.
4.16.4 Graphics
1. Corrosion resistant stainless steel nameplates shall be attached to the building with
stainless steel screws. The nameplates shall be embossed with the buildings function,
pressurization requirements, door identification, safety messages and any other
information required by the Purchaser project drawings, applicable specifications,
standards, or codes.
2. All required safety signs and building graphics shall be installed to meet applicable
codes and regulations and in accordance with Purchasers SID-SU-5106.

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3. A phenolic sign (red/white/red) shall be located on the exterior of doors and shall be
labeled Caution Pressurized Room, Keep Doors Closed. The sign shall be attached
with stainless steel screws.
4. Area identification signs shall be of ES plastic. Letters shall be Helvetica medium
style in upper and lower case. Colors to be selected from manufacturers standard
range of colors.
5. Approved Manufacturer: Best Manufacturing Purchaser System B 101 or a Purchaserapproved equal.
6. Mounting shall be permanent blind mounted, utilizing metal screws and adhesive.
4.16.5 Complementary Items
When a major item is noted on the data sheets it shall include its complementary items as
indicated below.

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Major Item

Complementary Items

Desk unit

Wall clock
Reading light
Swivel chair
Arm chair
Trash can
Bookcase
Vertical file cabinet
White board
Office desk

Water closet

Toilet paper dispenser

Bunk beds

2 Wall shelves
2 Wall lights
4 Lockers
1 Towel rack
1 Grab rail

Lavatory

Paper towel dispenser


Trash receptacle
Soap dispenser
Wall mirror
Wall light over mirror
Medicine cabinet

Shower stall

Shower door
Towel hook
Towel bar
Hot water heater
Laundry basket

Work table

Backless barstool
2 wall lights over table

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Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning


4.17.1 Heating and Air Conditioning
1. The heating and air conditioning system (HVAC) shall be designed to maintain the
following interior temperatures under the exterior conditions indicated:
Interior Conditions

Ambient Exterior Conditions

72F (22C) minimum, dry bulb (DB)

40F (4C) DB
50F (10C) wet bulb (WB)

72F (22C) DB, 50-percent relative humidity

97F (36C) DB, 86F (30C) WB

2. A central air conditioning system shall comprise two sets of air handling units (fans,
chillers, etc.), and condensers each capable of supplying 100 percent of the system
requirements permanently piped into the system.
a. Isolation valves shall be provided to permit one compressor to operate while the
other is maintained on standby.
b. The coils and cabinets shall be coated for corrosion protection.
c. The system shall be provided with variable pressurization fan speed to maintain
building pressure.
3. The following heat load requirements shall be taken into consideration when the air
conditioning capacity is calculated:
a. Equipment
b. Personnel
c. Size of the building
d. U factor considerations of the floor, walls, and roof
e. Radiated heat on the building
f.

Ventilation air

4.17.2 Ventilation
1. The building shall be equipped with a positive pressure ventilation system to preclude
the entry of flammable vapors in the event of a fire or the release of hazardous gases.
2. Gas detectors shall be placed in the HVAC intake ducts. Provision shall be made to
shut down the HVAC system and close all intake dampers if flammable gas is
detected.
3. The ventilation system shall be capable of maintaining a minimum interior building
pressure of 0.1-inch of water column (250 microbars) with all openings shut.
4. A differential pressure alarm switch shall be provided to alarm on loss of
pressurization after a 5 minute time delay.
5. A positive ventilation system shall be capable of completely changing the air inside
the building a minimum of six times per hour.

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6. Louver frames shall be fabricated from 18 gauge (1.3 mm) galvanized steel, and
blades from 20 gauge (1 mm) galvanized steel.
a. Louvers shall have blades of the overlapping type providing maximum water
tightness against wind driven rain while allowing free airflow.
b. Louvers shall be spring loaded to maintain interior building pressure.
7. In buildings where both air conditioning and pressurization are required, air-handling
fans for these operations shall be combined.
4.18

Plumbing
1. Supplier shall furnish design, calculations, drawings, procurement and furnishing of all
materials and equipment necessary to install all plumbing facilities within or attached to
building.
2. Installed systems shall conform to the requirements of the ASA-A40.8-1955 American
Standard National Plumbing Code and PIM-SU-3.00.
3. Plumbing work will terminate at locations shown on design drawings.
a. Work includes waste, vent and potable water piping, fixtures, equipment, traps, supplies,
faucets, valves, supports, hangers and sleeves necessary to furnish and install a complete
plumbing installation.
b. Removable access panels shall be furnished for clean out, traps, valves, etc.
4. For accommodation or office buildings, the hot water system shall furnish 120F (50C) water.
A minimum heating capacity of 5 gallons (19 liters) per hour per occupant shall be provided.

4.19

Electrical
4.19.1 Power
1. All electrical equipment and installation shall comply with ABS and USCG
requirements as appropriate for fixed or floating installations, together with
API RP 14F.
2. All electrical equipment and components shall be designed and manufactured in
accordance with the hazard classification of its location, and shall comply with
ELC-DU-12.01 and ELC-SU-12.02 and ELC-SU-12.13.
3. Unless otherwise specified, electrical equipment and installations shall comply with
NEMA ICS 6 as follows:
a. Internal electrical equipment and electrical installationsNEMA Type 12
b. Electrical enclosures mounted on the outside of the buildingNEMA Type 4X
c. All outdoor equipment and devicesUL listed and NEMA Type 7/4
4.19.2 Lighting
1. Emergency lights incorporated into general lighting fixtures shall be provided in all
areas and at exits.
2. Light switches shall be located inside all rooms in a building, and near all entrances to
a room, per NEC.
3. Light switches shall be mounted approximately 51 inches (1300 mm) above the floor.

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4. Lighting intensities shall be in accordance to API RP 14F.


5. Exit lights/signs shall be provided, where required.
4.20

Fire Protection Systems


The Supplier shall provide fire protection systems as necessary to comply with ABS and USCG
requirements. All design and installation shall be in accordance with the following:
1. API 14G
2. NFPA 70
3. NFPA 72
4. NFPA 13
5. NFPA 14
6. NFPA 10
7. NFPA 96
8. NFPA 90A
9. NFPA 90B

4.21

Painting, Colors and Finishes


4.21.1 General
The Supplier shall coat exterior and interior surfaces in accordance with
COM-SU-2.02 using the following coating systems:
Interior surfaces to be covered by insulation

Coating System 12.1

Interior surfaces, not visible, not to be covered by insulation

Coating System 1.4

Other interior and exterior surfaces

Coating System 3.1

Exterior H60 surfaces (fireproofing and topcoating)

Coating System 4.4

Galvanized stairs and handrails

Coating System 3.6

4.21.2 Clean Up
1. All painters equipment, supplies and debris shall be removed as soon as application is
completed.
2. All traces of paint from areas not scheduled to be painted shall be removed. All glass
shall be thoroughly cleaned.
3. The Supplier shall furnish two gallons (8 L) of each color of paint or finish for field
touch-up of the building.
5.0

DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS
The Supplier shall provide drawings and documentation as listed below in electronic format which
can be readily accessed by the Purchaser.
1. The following documentation shall be submitted for approval to the Purchaser in accordance
with a schedule to be approved by the Purchaser. The Supplier is to submit this schedule
within 7 days of the contract.
a. General arrangement drawings
b. Fabrication drawings

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c. Catalog information
d. Weight and center-of-gravity
e. Electrical drawings
f.

Maintenance manuals

g. Warranty
h. Design calculations
2. The Supplier shall provide the following documentation for approval by the Purchaser at least
21 days prior to starting construction of the building. Acceptance of this documentation by the
Purchaser does not relieve the Supplier of the responsibility for satisfactory completion of all
work in accordance with contract requirements.
a. Design calculations
b. Fabrication drawings
3. The Supplier shall provide the following documentation upon delivery of the building:
a. One set of as-built drawings with a list of materials. (The drawings shall be of sufficient
quality that clear, legible reproduction prints and shotdowns can be made.)
b. Center of gravity calculation if the building has not been lift tested in accordance with this
specification.
4. The Supplier shall furnish two books for each building with the following data:
a. Tear sheets on material used including color charts of paints used.
b. Copies of warranties, maintenance, parts list, troubleshooting data and Vendor prints of all
materials and equipment furnished.
6.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS


Quality assurance provisions shall be in accordance with the following requirements:
1. The building shall be pressure tested to satisfy the requirements of the data sheet.
2. The building shall be either weighed before delivery and the center of gravity determined, or
the Supplier shall calculate the center of gravity and advise the Purchaser before delivery.

7.0

PREPARATION FOR SHIPPING AND STORAGE

7.1

General
1. These requirements apply to both domestic and export transportation.
2. These requirements do not cover any preventative maintenance required during either
shipping or storage, i.e., rotating pump/motors shafts.
3. Supplier shall be solely responsible ensuring proper and adequate preparations are made to
prevent either damage or loss during shipping or storage.
4. The Supplier is responsible for identifying and making provisions for any preservation
requirements during storage and shipping such as shaft rotation, etc.

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Protective Measures
1. Measures shall be taken to protect against breakage, dampness, pilfering, and tampering
during transportation, handling and storage.
2. As a minimum, and as applicable, the measures described in Section 7.3 through Section 7.7
shall be taken.

7.3

Cleaning
1. Immediately upon completion of tests and inspections, equipment shall be thoroughly cleaned
of scale, dirt, and other foreign material.
2. Items shall be drained of liquids such as fuel, lubricating oil, cooling fluid and insulating oil.
3. Liquids used for cleaning or hydrostatic testing shall contain a nonfouling rust-preventing
fluid, or the items shall have been thoroughly flushed with a nonfouling rust-preventing fluid.
4. If water has been used for cleaning or hydrostatic testing, the water shall have contained a
nonfouling rust-preventing fluid, or the items shall have been thoroughly flushed with a
nonfouling rust-preventing fluid.
5. Supplier shall ensure that all protective coatings used during fabrication such as masking,
masking paper, etc., are removed from equipment such as instrumentation, packing gland nuts,
followers, seal plates and nuts on mechanical seals, and that the equipment is clean, before
shipment.
6. Supplier shall thoroughly broom-clean inside and outside of the modules and buildings prior
to shipment, including window and opening ledges, sills, horizontal projections, exterior steps
and platform, walkways, rails and other surfaces.
7. In addition to general broom cleaning the following special cleaning shall be done for all
fixtures, equipment, walls, ceiling, decorated or finished surfaces, floors and hardware:
a. Decorated or finished surfaces: Dust, dirt, stains, handmarks, paint spots, and like defects
shall be completely removed from the surfaces. Metal surfaces shall be cleaned and
polished, using only non-corrosive and non-abrasive materials. Natural finished
woodwork shall be cleaned and polished.
b. Fixtures and equipment: Plumbing fixtures and like items shall be cleaned and polished.
Lighting fixtures shall be free of dust, dirt, stains or waste material. Equipment and
machinery shall be cleaned, serviced and be ready to use after refilling with fuel,
lubricating oil, cooling fluid, and/or insulating oil.
c. Glass: Washed and polished on both sides, left free of dirt, marks, labels, stains or spots.
Exercise care not to scratch glass.
d. Floors: Remove spots, soil, paint, wash, mop dry, free of streaks or stains. Resilient
flooring shall be freshly waxed and buffed unless no-wax flooring is used.
e. Hardware: Clean, polish hardware for all trades, including removal of stains, dust, dirt,
paint and the like.
f.

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Final inspection: Any deficient cleaning operations, as determined by Purchaser shall be


immediately corrected as directed.

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Packaging and Crating


1. Items shall be packaged to protect against the environmental conditions specified in the
Technical Requirements or Data Sheets.
2. Items that can be damaged by exposure to a high humidity environment shall be individually
packaged so that no component surface is unprotected.
a. Each piece of equipment or part of an item shall be vacuum-sealed in plastic film prior to
being crated.
b. Desiccant bags shall be placed inside the vacuum-sealed plastic covering.
3. Small parts that are easily damaged or lost shall be removed from major equipment
components, tagged to facilitate reassembly, and adequately protected from damage during
shipping and storage.
4. Connections for such purposes as instrumentation, cooling fluids, insulating oil, and
lubricating oil shall be identified with securely attached metal tags. The tags shall identify the
purpose of the connection and the instrument or line of the connecting piping.
5. Exposed bolted connections and flanges shall be protected by -inch thick marine grade
plywood cover plates secured by proper nuts and bolts.
a. A polyethylene sheet shall be placed between the coated flange faces and the wooden
cover plate.
b. Plastic flange covers are not acceptable.
6. Threaded connections shall be protected by galvanized steel plugs or caps. Plastic plugs or
caps are not acceptable.
7. Tapped openings disconnected during shipping and storage shall be dry-filled with solid, long
shank steel plugs.
8. Tapped openings that are normally plugged under service conditions shall be plugged with the
appropriate plug per piping specification for shipping and storage.
9. Components of skid-mounted packages that are shipped unassembled shall have couplings and
instrumentation terminals adequately protected to prevent damage and to exclude dirt and
moisture during shipping and storage.
10. Terminals and assembly screws shall be tightened.
11. Large or heavy items shall be securely bolted or affixed to substantial skids for shipment.
12. Temporary supports shall be provided for parts or components that may become damaged
during shipping.
a. High standing pieces of equipment shall be guyed or braced as required.
b. Temporary supports shall be tagged and marked as Temporary.
13. Packaging shall be suitable for withstanding airplane, ship, small boat, and truck movement.
a. Items to be shipped by sea if practical, shall be completely enclosed in waterproof wooden
crates.
b. Large items such as cranes shall be adequately protected or containerized.
14. All openings, including louvers for ventilation systems, shall be closed with a marine duty
cover firmly attached and all edges shall be sealed with heavy-duty tape.

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15. Doors and windows shall be fixed in the closed position and locked.
a. Edges shall be sealed with heavy duty tape.
b. The exterior face of doors and windows shall be protected with a marine duty cover firmly
attached and edges sealed with heavy-duty tape.
16. Covers shall be designed for easy removal.
17. Loose walkways and handrails shall be secured to avoid damage during towing due to barge
motion.
18. Loose items, including easily damaged items, shall be packaged and secured to the platform
with temporary bracing to ensure its stability during transportation and handling on the
platform.
a. Bracing shall be designed for easy removal with no damage to any portion of the platform.
b. Supplier shall submit the Loose Item securing plan at least 30 days prior to scheduled
loadout, for Purchaser approval.
19. Fiberglass material shall be protected from UV degradation.
20. Tie-downs that will bleed rust on completed decks, equipment, or painted surfaces shall be
sandblasted, primed, and painted.
7.5

Export Packing
1. All material shall arrive at its final destination in an undamaged condition.
2. The intent of the packaging standards is to serve as a general minimum requirement for
commercial packaging for export, but compliance does not relieve packers of responsibility
for adequately packing materials, supplies and equipment.
3. The packer will be expected to use good judgment in determining whether the physical
characteristics of the items being packaged dictate packing standards that are more severe than
the minimum requirements.
7.5.1

Packaging Materials
1. Lumber shall be sound and well seasoned. Knots are permitted provided the knots are
sound and tight and do not exceed one-third of the board width.
2. Nails shall be galvanized.
3. Metal strapping shall be unannealed steel and applied to all packages with a stretching
tool and secured with crimped steel seals. Cloth or other suitable material shall be
placed between metal strapping and painted surfaces.
4. Only steel, non-returnable export drums shall be used.
5. If sacks are used in packaging, the packer shall be guided by the recommendations of
the manufacturer of such packaging. In general, a six-ply waterproof sack with one
external Osnaburg cloth sack is acceptable.
6. All boxes constructed with lumber shall be lined with water-repellent paper.
a. Ventilation holes shall be drilled upward at 45-degree intervals around the sides
and ends of the box.
b. Drainage holes shall be provided in the base of skidded items.
c. All boxes shall contain desiccant bags.

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Packing Methods
1. When consolidating material in a box or crate, items shall be packed or nested to reduce
volume as much as possible.
a. All items shall be braced and/or cushioned as necessary within the container to
prevent damage from shock, vibration, and rough handling.
b. It is necessary that all shipping containers be tightly packed.
c. Where voids appear, they will be filled with cushioning material or blocked off to
prevent any movement of contents.
d. Finished and painted surfaces shall be protected from abrasion and damage.
2. Spare parts and small items not secured to the main item shall be separately boxed,
properly identified so as to associate the separate box with the main item. The equipment
tag number shall be used as a minimum.
3. Each container shall be packed so as to ensure an even distribution of weight within the
case.
4. Heavy items shall be securely blocked and braced to prevent damage to lighter material
packaged in the same box. Where possible, heavy items shall be packed on the bottom
with lighter items on top.
5. Palletizing techniques, including strapping, will be employed to facilitate handling large
items that can be conveniently secured to a pallet. This technique is only applicable to
items that are impervious to moisture and not susceptible to external damage.
6. Bundling techniques shall be employed for those items that do not lend themselves to
other forms of packaging.
a. Such items shall be segregated by length and size and bundled into units.
b. The weight of a bundled unit shall not exceed 2240 pounds unless approved by the
Purchaser.
c. The bundle shall be bound with steel strapping spaced no more than 36 inches apart.
d. The strapping shall be applied with a stretching tool and secured with crimped steel
seals.
7. Loose items shall be crated and securely mounted within the confines of the associated
skid to minimize shipping charges. These crated items shall be securely mounted such that
no movement is possible, to prevent or eliminate damage to skid components by a
moving/shifting crate.

7.6

Boxes
1. The construction and reinforcing of a wooden box depends upon the size of the box and the weight
of its contents.
2. All boxes must be strapped with a minimum of two steel bands running parallel to the skids.
3. The band sizes shown in Table 1 shall be used for the noted conditions/weights:
Table 1: Band Sizes
Weight

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Band Size

0 - 1000#

Use 3/4 in. banding

1000# - 4000#

Use 1 1/4 in. banding

4000#+

Use 2 in. banding

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4. Table 2 shows the minimum requirements for various capacities.


Table 2: Minimum Requirements for Boxes
Weight

Minimum Requirement

Up to 300-pound capacity

The box shall be constructed using 1-inch lumber or 3/8-inch marine grade
plywood panels for sheathing. The frames shall be made with 14 inch
lumber and completely cleated ends. All boxes over 50-pound capacity shall
be skidded using 24 inch lumber for the skids.

300 to 1000-pound capacity

The box shall be constructed using 1-inch lumber or 1/2-inch marine grade
plywood panels for sheathing with 2-inch nominal decking. The frames shall
be made with 24-inch or 26-inch lumber and completely cleated ends. All
seams shall be backed with an upright or brace. The skids shall be made
with 24-inch lumber.

1000 to 10,000-pound capacity

The box shall be constructed using a 1-inch lumber or 5/8-inch marine grade
plywood for sheathing. The frames shall be made with 24-inch lumber and
shall be structurally braced with corner posts, side braces, and stiffening
members. Load-bearing members shall be placed as needed. Top and
upper edge members shall be reinforced with 44-inch by 6-inch lumber to
prevent crushing when the box is handled with hooks or lifting slings. The
floor of the box shall be made with 2-inch thick lumber and the skid base
shall be made with 44-inch lumber.

Open Crates

An open crate shall be constructed using the same size lumber for framing
and skidding as the comparable capacity box. Open crates shall be
diagonally braced on all faces.

7.7

Package/Crate Marking and Identification


1. Weatherproof, clearly visible lifting, loadout, and handling instructions, in English (and in one
other language if necessary), shall be securely attached to or painted on the exterior of all
packages/crates.
2. Upright position, lifting points, weights, and dimensions shall be clearly marked on all
packages large or heavy enough to require mechanical lifting.
3. Material shipped separately from the major unit with which the material belongs shall be
tagged or marked with the equipment tag number and serial number of the major unit. Each
package or item prepared for shipment and storage as a separate piece shall also be identified
with the equipment tag number and serial numbers and tag numbers of the items in the
package.
4. Electrical connections for supply to space heaters inside the packages shall be identified with
voltage, frequency and wattage requirements. The electrical connection for the space heater
shall be brought outside the package for electrical power during preservation of equipment.
5. Packages containing easily damaged items shall on the package exterior be clearly marked,
Fragile - Handle With Care.
6. Packages and crates shall be identified using waterproof ink on two adjacent sides. The
following information shall be included on each side:
a. Project/platform name
b. Final destination
c. Contact name (phone #)
d. Purchase order number

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e. Item number/tag number


f.

Serial number

g. Package number
h. Dimensions
i.

Gross weight

j.

Net weight

k. Any special handling requirements


7. The weights shall be in pounds and thousand pounds per square inch (kips).
8. A shipping list shall be sealed in plastic and attached to the exterior and interior of packages
and crates.
a. The shipping list shall show the purchase order number and tag number for each item
inside the package.
b. A third copy of the shipping list shall be sent under separate cover to the Purchaser.
9. Startup spare parts and special tools shall be packaged separately and marked as such.
10. All crates will be marked with two adjacent stripes on the top and two opposite sides. Stripes
will be 2 inches wide each, one red and one blue.

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APPENDIX A: FURNISHINGS DESCRIPTION


A.1

Side Chair
Seat width 18 1/2 inches (470 mm), seat depth 17 inches (430 mm), polyurethane foam seat and
back with ultra-touch vinyl cover and satin chrome legs. Use Hon Model C56, armless side chair
or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.2

Arm Chair
Seat width 19 1/2 inches (500 mm), seat depth 17 1/2 inches (450 mm), polyurethane foam seat
and back, with ultra-touch vinyl cover, walnut finish armrests, and satin chrome legs. Use Hon
Model C46, side arm chair or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.3

Stack Chair
Seat width 16 inches (400 mm), seat depth 16 inches (400 mm), polyurethane foam seat and back,
with linen vinyl cover and satin chrome legs. Use Virco Model 892, side/stack chair or a
Purchaser-approved equal.

A.4

Swivel Chair
Seat width 19 1/2 inches (500 mm), seat depth 17 1/2 inches (450 mm) with 27 1/2 inches
(700 mm) back, polyurethane foam seat and back with ultra-touch vinyl cover, walnut finish
armrests, casters and satin chrome pedestal. Use Hon Model GD26, swivel chair with posture
back, or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.5

Credenza Unit
601826 inch (1,500450650 mm) wood plastic laminate flush top, center slides each side to
have file drawer and single box drawer with recessed pulls, and wood legs. Use custom millwork
unit or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.6

Office Desk
607029 1/2 inch (1,5001,780750 mm) laminate flush top, one side to have file drawer, and
single box drawer, other side to have three box drawers, center tray, recessed pulls, solid end. Use
Hon Model 38055 with center drawer #38080 or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.7

Dining Table
3072 inch (7601,800 mm) dining table shall be custom millwork unit, 3672 inch
(9001,800 mm) rectangular table, with white plastic laminate top, heavy wood legs or a
Purchaser-approved equal.

A.8

Mirror
Stainless steel angle frame mirrors with shelf and concealed wall hangers. 1/4-inch (6 mm) float
plate glass mirror. Use Bobrick Series B 292 or a Purchaser-approved equal. Sizes as indicated on
the architectural drawings.

A.9

Bookcase
361560 inch (9003801,500 mm) high shall be a custom millwork units or Purchaserapproved equal.

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Vertical File Cabinet


Two drawer vertical file cabinet, steel, painted gray, with lock (301828 inches high)
(760460700 mm high). Use Hon Model 432L or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.11

Bunk Beds
Bunk beds shall be a custom millwork unit. Each double bunk shall have a ladder, and a
two-drawer storage unit located under the bottom bed. Finish shall be a plastic laminate. Provide
14 gauge high tempered innerspring mattress each bunk. Bunk beds shall be firmly wall anchored
in an approved manner with imperceptible fasteners without wall damage.

A.12

Lateral File Cabinet


Five drawer lateral file cabinet, steel painted walnut with lock (301967 inch)
(7604801,700 mm) high. Use Hon Model 675L or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.13

Room Desk
Room desk shall be 422426 inch (1070610660 mm) high with one side to have one box
drawer and one file drawers, and a center tray. Finish shall be plated laminate.

A.14

Clothes Lockers
Clothes lockers shall be 1foot 1 foot 3inches 5 foot (3003801,500 mm) tall custom
millwork units. Each locker shall have a shelf, hanger rod, two full size drawers, and padlock
locking handle. Finish shall be a plastic laminate. Clothes lockers shall be firmly secured to wall
with suitable fasteners inconspicuously placed.

A.15

Wall Shelf
Wall shelf shall be custom millwork units. Provide a shelf (618 inches) (150450 mm)
convenient to the head of each bed. Finish shall be a plastic laminate.

A.16

Bookcase
The bookcase shall be custom millwork units. Unit shall be sized as required by the television and
video recorder. Drawers shall be on roller slides. Finish shall be a plastic laminate.

A.17

Ash Trays
Ash trays shall be recessed wall urn type for 3-inch wall (75 mm) Satin finish stainless steel, all
welded construction, with removable ash receptacle. Use Bobrick No. B 378 or a Purchaserapproved equal.

A.18

Hat and Coat Storage


Hat and coat storage rack shall be a single rack, cast aluminum shelf brackets enameled shelf with
meal hooks. Color to be selected from manufacturers standard range of colors. Claridge Products
and Equipment, Inc., Model No. CR 101 H or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.19

Bulletin Board Cabinet


Bulletin board cabinet shall be 4 feet wide x 3 feet high (1,200900 mm), aluminum framed,
surface mounted, with glass doors, locks, cork panels and continuous hinges. Use Claridge
Products and Equipment, Inc., Model No. 4120 B, or a Purchaser-approved equal.

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Wall Clocks
To be supplied and installed by fabricator 10 inch (250 mm) minimum face diameter, electric,
120 VAC 60 Hz.

A.21

Room Towel Bars


Towel bars shall be 3/4-inch (19 mm) diameter stainless steel towel bar, satin finish 30 inches
(760 mm) long. Extends 3 1/8 inches (80 mm) from wall. Use Bobrick No. B 6747X30 or an
approved equal. Install two per door of a four man room, and one per two man room.

A.22

Lockers
Lockers shall be four tier, standard louver, steel construction, and baked enamel finish. Lockers
shall have low noise construction, with double prong back hook, single prong side hooks, polished
aluminum number plates with black lettering, flat tops, closed base, and standard locker handle for
padlocks.
Each unit to be 12 inches (300 mm) wide 18 inches (450 mm) deep 18 inches (450 mm) high.
Berth lockers are to be at least 0.194 sq. m (300 sq. inches) in cross section and 1.53 m (60 inches)
in height.
Numbering system shall be submitted to Purchaser for approval.
Colors will be selected from manufacturers standard range of color.
Lockers shall be products of Republic Steel Industrial Products Division similar in construction to
model type SD or a Purchaser-approved equal.

A.23

White Board
White board shall be 46 foot (1,2001,800 mm) erasable marking board soft gray colored
porcelain enamel on steel writing surface. As manufactured by Alliance Wall Model QRT 897
6W X 4H: four sets of four markers GRT 9500. Add tray 6 feet long 4 inches (1,800100 mm)
built in.

A.24

Work Table
367242 inch (901,8001,050 mm) high drawing reference table inclined back 8 inch
(200 mm) high with a 1/2 inch thick 1/2 inch high (1212 mm) front edge lip. A custom
millwork unit or Purchaser-approved equal.

A.25

Trash Can
Trash can shall be a 21-gallon fire-resistant trash can. Use WITT D Model WITT 15D TSS
stainless steel or Purchaser-approved equal.

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APPENDIX B: TOILET EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES


B.1

Mirror
Mirror shall have satin finish stainless steel frame and shelf, with No. 1 quality 1/4-inch (6 mm)
float/plate glass mirror. Use Bobrick B 292 series.

B.2

Lavatory
Lavatory counter top shall be high pressure laminated plastic, one piece, seamless backsplash and
bullnose no drip front edge. Storage unit built in under sink millwork unit.

B.3

Soap Dispensers
Soap dispensers shall be wall mounted, satin finish stainless steel, liquid valve dispenser, 40 fluid
ounce capacity. Use Bobrick No. B 12.

B.4

Towel Bar
Towel bar shall be 3/4-inch (19 mm) diameter satin finish, stainless steel, 30 inch (760 mm) bar
extending 3 1/8 inches (80 mm) from wall. Use Bobrick No. B 6747x30.

B.5

Towel Hook
Towel hook shall be satin finish stainless steel, extending 3 1/4 inches (80 mm) from wall, with
22 inch (5050 mm) flange, concealed mounting bracket, Bobrick No. B 6777.

B.6

Paper Towel Dispenser and Waste Receptacle


Towel dispensers and waste receptacles shall be surface mounted, satin finish stainless steel.
Towel capacity 600 C fold or 800 multi fold.
1. PTD 1: Bobrick No. B 3949
2. PTD 2: Bobrick No. B 3699

B.7

Trash Receptacle
27-5/8 qt. (30 L) fire resistant trash can as manufactured by Rubbermaid, Model R4B 2824 SND.

B.8

Toilet Paper Dispenser


Toilet paper dispensers shall be surface mounted satin finish stainless steel, with combination shelf
and ashtray. Bobrick No. B 2994.

B.9

Medicine Cabinet
Medicine cabinet shall be recessed mounted type with mirror, satin stainless steel finish with
adjustable shelves. Use Bobrick No. B 398.

B.10

Shower Compartment
Fiberglass stalls, size 3636 inch (900900 mm), complete with tempered glass door with
anodized aluminum frame, piano hinge, magnetic safety catch and gaskets. Use Kimstock, Inc.,
Model 3633 INS; shower door Aqua Glass, Model 6000 Aqua shield swing door.

B.11

Hot Water Heater


Thirty gallon (115 L) 110V low profile hot water heater as made by Kenmore Economizer 5
Model 3137.

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