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NCIDQ (Ballast Section 1.3)
Construction Drawings Construction Specifications Architectural Woodwork
Terms in this set (80)
Procurement and Contracting Requirements
Wood, Plastics and Composites
Thermal and Moisture Protection
Electronic Safety and Security
two broad categories of specifications are
prescriptive and performance
prescriptive specifications are
often referred to as closed specifications. they tell exactly what product or material the contractor must use by brand name.
performance specifications are
often referred to as open specifications. they typically tell what the results of the final construction assembly must achieve but allows the contractor some choices in how the end result will be received.
this division covers requirements for bidding and contracting, including bid solicitations, instructions to bidders, information available to bidders, bid forms, the agreement, bonds and certificates, general conditions of the contract, supplementary conditions, addenda, and modifications.
this division includes requirements that are applicable to the entire project or all the individual technical sections. These include a summary of the work, how pricing and payment will be handled, alternates, value analysis, contract modification procedures, unit prices, construction progress documentation, submittal procedures, quality control, temporary facilities at the job site, product substitution procedures, owner-furnished items, special execution requirements and final cleaning and protection of the work.
This division is now used to specify site remediation, site decontamination, subsurface investigation, surveying, and selective demolition, among other items related to existing conditions on a job site.
This division covers all aspects of concrete, including forms, reinforcement, cast-in-place concrete, precast concrete, cementitious decks and underlayment, grouts and concrete restoration and cleaning.
covers all aspects of masonry, including brick, concrete block, stone, terra-cotta, simulated masonry, glass block and masonry restoration and cleaning.
includes all types of structural steel and other structural metals, ornamental metals and metal fabrications (stairs, handrails, etc) as well as expansion joint covers and metal restoration and cleaning. light-gauge metal framing for partitions in located in division 09.
this division covers the typical structural wood framing, rough carpentry, finish carpentry and architectural woodwork. It also includes structural plastics, plastic fabrications, wood and plastic restoration and cleaning, and the newer plastic wood and other specialty composite materials.
includes dampproofing and waterproofing, insulation, vapor retarders, air barriers, shingles, roof tiles, siding, membrane roofing, flashing, joint sealers, fire and smoke protection and roofing specialties such as roof hatches, smoke vent, roof pavers, scuppers and gravel stops.
includes metal doors and frames, wood doors and frames, specialty doors, storefronts, all types of windows, skylights, hardware, curtain walls and glazing.
includes plaster, gypsum wallboard, all types of floor and wall tile, terrazzo, all types of flooring materials, acoustical ceilings and other types of decorative ceilings, wallcoverings, acoustical treatment, paints and other coatings.
covers a long list of items, including visual display boards, toilet compartments, louvers, grilles, wall and corner guards, access flooring, pre-built fireplaces, flagpoles, signage, lockers, awnings, demountable partitions, storage shelving, exterior protection and toilet and bath accessories
contains information for architectural equipment, including vaults and security items, teller and security equipment, church-related equipment, library equipment, theater and stage equipment, musical equipment, mercantile equipment, checkroom equipment, loading dock equipment, detention equipment, athletic equipment, medical equipment, mortuary equipment and equipment for laboratories, planetariums, observatories and office.
includes furniture, systems furniture, art, window treatments, accessories, multiple seating and interior plants
includes air-supported structures, special purpose rooms, seismic control, radiation protection, lightning protection, pre-engineered structures, hot tubs and kennels
includes elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving walks and lifts
includes detection and alarms, and all types of fire suppression systems such as wet-pire, dry-pipe, deluge, carbon dioxide, foam, preaction and dry chemical systems as well as standpipes and hoses.
plumbing for buildings and processing piping
contains specifications for expanding technology including energy monitoring and control, environmental control, lighting control and similar topics
expanding technologies and specialized nature of computer networks and all types of communications systems (cable, telephone, internet, sound systems)
expanding technologies and specialized nature of security systems, including intrusion detection, security access, video surveillance and related topics
three parts within a specification
Part 1 General : Part 2 Products and Part 3 Execution
raw material for architectural woodwork is broadly classified as either
softwood or hardwood
softwood refers to timber from
evergreen trees like pine and fir
hardwood refers to timber from
deciduous trees like oak and maple
timber is manufactured into two forms for use in architectural woodwork:
solid stock lumber and veneer
there are three ways that solid stock lumber is cut from a log:
plain sawing (flat sawing), quarter sawing and rift sawing
makes the most efficient use of the log and is the least expensive of the three solid stock lumber cuts
plain sawing (flat sawing)
cathedral pattern cut
plain sawing (flat sawing)
this method cuts the log into quarters and then saws perpendiculra to a diameter line
provides the most consistent vertical grain
the cuts are made radially to the center of the tree (makes for much waste)
there are five methods of cutting veneers:
rotary slicing, plain slicing, quarter slicing, half round slicing, rift slicing
produces a very pronounced grain pattern in veneer that is typicall undesirable in fine-quality wood finishes althought it produces the least amount of waste
common wood joints are:
half lap, finger joing, scarf, rabbet, dado, dovetail dado, miter, shoulder miter, splintered miter
millwork cabinets are
custom built in a shop as a complete assembly and set in place and secured to surrounding construction at the job site.
the sides and bottom of most commercial grade base cabinets are constructed with a ___" thick panel product, while the back is ususally constructued with a ____" panel.
3/4" : 1/4"
types of cabinet door framing are:
flush construction, flush overlay construction, reveal overlay construction, lipped overlay constructions
two types of wood paneling:
stile & rail and flush
stile & rail paneling is also known as
matching veneer leaves are done in three ways:
book matching, slip matching and random matching
within book matching, there are three ways to match:
running match, balance match, center match
there are three ways panels can be assembled within a room:
warehouse match, sequence match, blueprint matching
substrates used with high pressure laminate are
particleboard, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), hardboard, and veneer core.
is an item of fixed length, such as a door or window casing, that can be installed with a single length of wood
is an item of continuin glength, such as a basemboard, chair rail, or cornice
opaque finishes for millwork include
lacquer, varnish, plyurethane and plyester
transparent finishes for millwork include
lacquer, varnish, cinyl, penetrating oils, polyurethane and polyester
two types of stain are
water-based and solvent-based
water based stains
give a more uniform color but raise the grain
solvent based stains
dry quicker, do not raise the grain but are less uniform in color
the full extent of slab to slab partitions on a project is BEST shown on the
reflected ceiling plan
which method of veneer cut results in the straightest grain possible from MOST species of trees?
when specifying the method by which two veneer pieces are to be applied, the MOST pleaseing result is usually obtained with a
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