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BASE CIVIL ENGINEER
WASHINGTON AIR NATIONAL GUARD
106 41st DIVISION WAY
CAMP MURRAY, WASHINGTON 98430-5022

SPECIFICATIONS

Repair Basewide Fire Alarm System

PROJECT TITLE:

PROJECT NUMBER:

LOCATION:

DATE:

ETRD 162501

Camp Murray, WA

9 February 21
UNITED STATES PROPERTY AND FISCAL OFFICER
WASHINGTON NATIONAL GUARD
32 QUARTERMASTER DRIVE
CAMP MURRAY, WASHINGTON 98430-5170

Camp Murray - Base Fire Alarm System Design

DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

PROJECT TABLE OF CONTENTS

01 11 00
01 14 00
01 22 00
01 30 00
01 33 00
01 33 29
01 35 26
01 42 00
01 45 00
01 50 00
01 57 20
01 74 19
01 78 00
01 78 23

GENERAL CONDITIONS
WORK RESTRICTIONS
PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES
ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING
GOVERNMENTAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
SOURCES FOR REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
QUALITY CONTROL
TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES AND CONTROLS
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND MANAGEMENT
CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL
CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA

DIVISION 02 - EXISTING CONDITIONS

02 41 00

DEMOLITION

DIVISION 05 - METALS

05 50 13

MISCELLANEOUS METAL FABRICATIONS

DIVISION 06 - WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES

06 10 00

ROUGH CARPENTRY

DIVISION 07 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION

07 84 00
07 92 00

FIRESTOPPING
JOINT SEALANTS

DIVISION 09 - FINISHES

09 22 00
09 29 00
09 51 00
09 90 00

25 05 11

26 00 00
26 20 00

SUPPORTS FOR PLASTER AND GYPSUM BOARD
GYPSUM BOARD
ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS
PAINTS AND COATINGS

DIVISION 25 - INTEGRATED AUTOMATION

CYBERSECURITY FOR FACILITY-RELATED CONTROL SYSTEMS

DIVISION 26 - ELECTRICAL

BASIC ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND METHODS
INTERIOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

DIVISION 28 - ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

28 31 76

INTERIOR FIRE ALARM AND MASS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM

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SECTION 01 11 00

GENERAL CONDITIONS 02/11/2021

OCCUPANCY OF PREMISES

The Buildings are located within an active Air National Guard Base. The
project must not impact operations to adjacent facilities and
infrastructure. Buildings will be occupied during performance of work
under this Contract.

Before work is started, arrange with the Contracting Officer a sequence of
procedure, means of access, space for storage of materials and equipment,
and use of approaches, corridors, and stairways.

SECURITY

a. All project work and construction activity shall comply with all
installation security regulations and policies. The Contractor is
responsible for confirming and following all current security requirements
available through the Security Office.

b. The Contractor shall be aware that if security is heightened and the
Installation goes into shut-down, all work must come to a complete stop.

c. See Section 01 14 00 WORK RESTRICTIONS, Subpart GENERAL SECURITY
REQUIREMENTS for additional information.

GENERAL BASE ACCESS, CAMP MURRAY, WA

1.2.1

1.2.1.1
Contractors shall use the Camp Murray Commercial Gate, located
immediately off the Interstate 5 off ramp for Exit 122, Berkeley St. The Commercial
Gate is open from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. After these hours contractors shall use the
Camp Murray Privately Owned Vehicle Gate near the intersection of Berkeley St and
Portland Ave SW in Tillicum, WA.

1.2.1 Contractors will be required to show driver’s license, vehicle
registration, and proof of insurance. Vehicle passes and additional information
can be obtained at the Camp Murray Security Office, Bldg. 33 on Camp Murray
(immediately inside the Commercial Gate).

1.2.2

SPECIAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS, SECURE AREAS

The Site Security Manager (Government) shall develop a Construction

1.2.2.1
Security Plan (CSP). Construction Surveillance Technicians will supplement site
access controls, implement screening and inspection procedures, as well as monitor
construction and personnel.

1.2.2.2
barriers to segregate construction workers from operational activities and provide
protection against unauthorized access and visual observation. Specific guidance
shall be contained in the CSP

For secure area renovation projects, the Contractor shall provide

1.2.2.3
Periodic security inspections shall be conducted by the SSM or designee
for the duration of the project to ensure compliance with construction design and
security standards.

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Construction and design of secure areas should be performed by U.S.

1.2.2.4
companies using U.S. citizens to reduce risk, but may be performed by U.S.
companies using U.S. persons (an individual who has been lawfully admitted for
permanent residence as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1-101(a)(20) or who is a protected
individual as defined by Title 8 U.S.C 1 324b(a)(3)). The AO shall ensure
mitigations are implemented when using non-U.S. citizens. These mitigations shall
be documented in the CSP.

All site control measures shall be documented in the CSP. Among the

1.2.2.5
control measures that may be considered are the following:

1. Identity verification

2. Random searches at site entry and exit points

3. Signs at all entry points listing prohibited and restricted items (e.g.
cameras, firearms, explosives, drugs, etc.)

4. Physical security barriers to deny unauthorized access.

5. Vehicle inspections.

1.2.2.6

In secure areas, the Contractor shall not allow cameras nor photographs to
be taken without written permission of the Contracting Officer, or for
other than the purpose of meeting the requirements of Subpart CONSTRUCTION
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS of this section.
RESTRICTIONS, Subpart GENERAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS for additional
information.
1.2.2.7

The Contractor shall not allow cell phones in secure areas on the
installation or any other area identified by the COR or installation
security.

SUPERINTENDENCE BY THE CONTRACTOR

See Section 01 14 00 WORK

Cell Phones

Cameras

a. At all times during the construction phase of the contract and until
the work is completed and accepted, the Contractor shall directly
superintend the work or assign and have on the worksite a competent
project superintendent who is satisfactory to the Contracting Officer and
has the authority to act for the Contractor. The Project Superintendent
is subject to removal by the Contracting Officer for non-compliance with
requirements specified in the contract and for failure to manage the
project to insure timely completion. Furthermore, the Contracting Officer
may issue an order stopping all or part of the work until satisfactory
corrective action has been taken.

b. The project superintendent shall maintain a physical presence at the
site at all times while construction activities are ongoing and be
responsible for all construction and related activities at the site,
except as otherwise acceptable to the Contracting Officer.

c. Failure to comply with these requirements shall be deemed as cause for
a non-compensatory stoppage and suspension of work until the deficiency is
remedied.

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1.3.1

Duties and Qualifications of Superintendent

Have at least one qualified superintendent, or competent alternate,
capable of reading, writing, and conversing fluently in the English
language, on the job-site at all times during the performance of contract
work. In addition, the other key personnel identified in this section
must also have fluent English communication skills.

The project superintendent must have a minimum of 10 years experience in
construction with at least 5 of those years as a superintendent on
projects similar in size and complexity. The individual must be familiar
with the requirements of EM 385-1-1 and have experience in the areas of
hazard identification and safety compliance. The individual must be
capable of interpreting a critical path schedule and construction
drawings. The qualification requirements for the alternate superintendent
are the same as for the project superintendent. The Contracting Officer
may request proof of the superintendent's qualifications at any point in
the project if the performance of the superintendent is in question.

The project superintendent is primarily responsible for managing and
coordinating day-to-day production and schedule adherence on the project.
The superintendent is required to attend quality control meetings. The
superintendent or qualified alternative must be on-site at all times
during the performance of this contract until the work is completed and
accepted.

PROJECT/SITE CONDITIONS

1.4.1

Site Security

The Contractor shall report any vandalism, suspicious activities or
devices to the Contracting Officer and Camp Murray Security Forces as soon
as possible. The Contr… Show All