NMS section descriptions

 
Section
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Title Description
33 56 13 ABOVEGROUND FUEL - STORAGE TANKS Specifies the administrative procedures, materials, construction and accessories for the installation of aboveground oil storage tanks.
23 64 13 ABSORPTION WATER CHILLERS Specifies packaged factory assembled units with purge system, insulation and control centre.
28 10 00 ACCESS CONTROL This Section specifies the components for a complete security access control system, including door locking, control/release and answering to form a complete and operating Door Release System (DRS).
28 14 00 ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM HARDWARE This Section includes monitor and control units, hardware and sequences of operation.
08 31 00 ACCESS DOORS AND PANELS This Section specifies access doors and panels to all concealed mechanical equipment for operating, inspecting, adjusting, balancing and servicing. It does not include access hatches, manhole covers or access doors and hatches supplied as an integral part of equipment.
09 69 00 ACCESS FLOORING Coordinate with Division 26 as this section specifies grounding of the access floor system for safety hazard and static suppression. Does not include specialty items such as conductive flooring, underfloor fire protection systems, etc.
08 35 13.13 ACCORDION FOLDING DOORS Includes folding doors (face, core and hinges), track and hanger assembly, hardware and finishes. Covers acoustical rated doors.
10 22 33 ACCORDION FOLDING PARTITIONS Covers the suspension system, hardware, and if specified, an electrical operator. Includes accessories.
09 80 00 ACOUSTIC TREATMENT Covers loose fill, spray-on, batt acoustical products and acoustic units including demountable, cementitious wood fibre and cellular glass.
23 32 48 ACOUSTICAL AIR PLENUMS Utilizing performance requirements, select products for absorption and insulating media, silencers, and acoustic plenums. Covers installation and field quality control.
09 51 13 ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILINGS Acoustical panel ceilings consisting of acoustical lay-in panels installed in a suspended grid system.
32 11 23 AGGREGATE BASE COURSES Specifies requirements for supplying, producing and placing crushed gravel or quarried stone as a granular base to lines, grades and typical cross sections indicated, or as directed by Departmental Representative, DCC Representative or Consultant.
09 96 66 AGGREGATE WALL COATINGS Specifies interior or exterior wall coatings of aggregate and matrix (aggregate binder).
31 05 16 AGGREGATES FOR EARTHWORK Use with sections involving aggregates. Covers materials, source quality control and preparation.
23 81 40 AIR AND WATER SOURCE UNITARY HEAT PUMPS Covers a variety of air and water source heat pumps including incremental ground-coupled heat pumps.
07 27 00.01 AIR BARRIERS - DESCRIPTIVE OR PROPRIETARY Specifies air/vapour barrier materials and systems. It does not include materials and systems that are air barriers only or vapour retarders only. Includes various materials and methods used to create a building enclosure air/vapour barrier and to seal spaces between adjacent materials or components forming wall or roof openings. Intended to complement other air/vapour barrier material or component sections such as Sections 08 11 16 - Aluminum Doors and Frames, 08 11 19 - Stainless Steel Doors and Frames, 08 50 00 - Windows, 09 21 16 - Gypsum Board Assemblies and other sections. Includes proprietary, descriptive and reference type specifications; edit to use only one type to avoid conflicting requirements.
07 27 00.02 AIR BARRIERS - PERFORMANCE Identifies performance criteria for contractors to use as a benchmark for construction of a complete enclosure air/vapour barrier. Materials used to accomplish these performance objectives are left to the prerogative of the contractors. Individual specification sections will reference this section for required performance criteria. Testing and verification of specified criteria should be described in a specially written Section. Includes a performance specification; do not add manufacturers names or prescriptive specifications; these methods are addressed in Section 07 27 00.01 - Air Barriers - Descriptive or Proprietary.
26 28 16.01 AIR CIRCUIT BREAKERS Describes an air circuit breaker with optional features. Installation specified in another section as air circuit breakers are open equipment.
23 33 00 AIR DUCT ACCESSORIES Covers products such as flexible connections, access doors in ducts, turning vanes, an instrument test and spin-in collars.
23 01 31 AIR DUCT CLEANING FOR HVAC SYSTEMS Used in existing facilities to clean HVAC air duct systems, related equipment and components. Includes the use of antimicrobial agents and coatings.
23 73 00.13 AIR HANDLING - BUILT-UP Covers air supply units comprised of field or factory assembled components. Includes casing, coils, drain pans, etc.
23 73 00.16 AIR HANDLING UNITS - PACKAGED Units that supply air made from factory assembled components to the standard ANSI/AHRI 430 with AHRI seal.
23 36 00 AIR TERMINAL UNITS Use manufactured units in accordance with project performance requirements. Products include variable volume boxes, constant volume bypass boxes, fan powered boxes, and electronic variable air volume boxes.
23 72 00 AIR-TO-AIR ENERGY RECOVERY EQUIPMENT Covers enthalpy type and sensible heat type air to air rotary heat exchangers. Includes heat pipe recovery, run around coil system, and air to air fixed plate exchanger.
34 73 16.13 AIRCRAFT STATIC GROUNDING Contains aircraft static grounding including grounding receptacles, rods and wire and their installation. Also specifies aircraft static grounding for DND airports only. Civil aviation airports do not use aircraft static grounding.
34 43 05.39 AIRFIELD APPROACH LIGHT SUPPORT STRUCTURES Specifies airfield approach light support structures, previously known as airfield aluminum approach towers. Remove all PWGSC standard drawings.
34 43 13.43 AIRFIELD APRON FLOODLIGHTING Specifies airfield apron flood lighting.
34 43 13.11 AIRFIELD BEACONS AND TOWERS Specifies aerodrome beacons including rotating and flashing beacons.
34 43 13.17 AIRFIELD ELEVATED EDGE LIGHTING Includes high intensity elevated light units, series circuit and medium intensity light units, multiple/parallel circuit.
31 22 14 AIRFIELD GRADING Includes examination, stripping of topsoil, excavating, placing fill, subgrade compaction in pavement areas, finishing and tolerances, placing topsoil, maintenance and cleaning.
34 43 13.15 AIRFIELD ILLUMINATED GROUND NAVIGATION SIGNS Describes internally illuminated signs and associated wiring and fittings for airport taxiways, aprons and runways.
34 43 26.13 AIRFIELD LIGHTING CONTROL EQUIPMENT Used for control panels installed by hard wiring, includes their accessories and installation.
34 43 26.16 AIRFIELD LIGHTING PLC CONTROL EQUIPMENT Includes materials, installation, assembly, wiring and testing for airfield lighting PLC control equipment.
34 43 26.19 AIRFIELD LIGHTING REGULATOR ASSEMBLY Includes airfield lighting regulator assembly including silicon controlled rectifier (SCR) type and new ferro resonant type and circuit selector switches.
34 43 13.31 AIRFIELD MEDIUM INTENSITY APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEM WITH RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS (MALSR) Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout.
34 43 13.30 AIRFIELD MEDIUM INTENSITY APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM (MALS) Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout.
34 43 13.32 AIRFIELD MEDIUM INTENSITY APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM WITH SEQUENCED FLASHING LIGHTS (MALSF) Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout.
34 43 13.26 AIRFIELD OMNI-DIRECTIONAL APPROACH LIGHTING EQUIPMENT Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout.
34 43 13.36 AIRFIELD PRECISION-APPROACH PATH INDICATOR EQUIPMENT Specifies the Airfield Precision-Approach Path Indicator Equipment (PAPI) consisting of a wing bar of 4 sharp transition multi-lamp units equally spaced. Also applies to Airfield Abbreviated Precision-Approach Path Indicator Equipment (APAPI) consisting of a wing bar of 2 sharp transition multi-lamp units. The system is located on the left side of the runway unless it is physically impracticable to do so.
34 43 13.16 AIRFIELD RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY INSET LIGHTING Covers inset lighting systems for runway and taxiway centre-lines, touchdown zones, displaced thresholds, high speed exits, hold bars, approaches, edges, runway guards, and taxiway intersections.
34 43 13.18 AIRFIELD RUNWAY GUARD LIGHTS Specifies airfield runway guard lights - configuration A.
34 43 13.23 AIRFIELD SIMPLIFIED SHORT APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM WITH RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS (SSALR) Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout.
34 43 13.24 AIRFIELD SIMPLIFIED SHORT APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM- SSALS Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout.
34 43 13.13 AIRFIELD THRESHOLD RUNWAY IDENTIFICATION LIGHTS Specifies airfield runway identification lights.
34 43 13.14 AIRFIELD VISUAL ALIGNMENT GUIDANCE SYSTEM Contains airfield visual alignment guidance systems.
34 43 23.16 AIRFIELD WIND CONES Specifies wind direction indicators also known as wind socks.
01 21 00 ALLOWANCES Section includes terms and conditions in regards to cash allowances including adjustments and contingency allowance for different types of construction contracts and project delivery methods.
01 23 00 ALTERNATIVES When requesting a costing alternative to a base bid specification, utilize this section as the process for evaluating alternative materials, products or processes. Renumbered from 01 23 10 to meet the recommendations of the MasterFormat 2014 classification system.
08 11 16 ALUMINUM DOORS AND FRAMES Aluminum doors, frames, sidelights and transoms used in storefront, entrance, vestibule and interior applications and are considered in this section as a door system. Include any related components such as air barriers, vapour retarders, door adapters, intake or exhaust louvers. Coordinate with and specify glass and glazing components in Section 08 80 00 - Glazing.
07 46 16 ALUMINUM SIDING Outlines aluminum cladding components (strip siding, soffit, profile, fascia facings and exposed trim), fasteners, caulking, sheathing paper and accessories used and includes installation.
06 03 05.75 ANTISEPTIC TREATMENT OF PERIOD WOOD Offers approved solution options for antiseptic treatment of wood. Includes required approvals, coatings, and execution for various conditions and treatments.
07 81 00 APPLIED FIREPROOFING Covers mineral fibre sprayed-on fireproofing and sprayed-on cementitious fireproofing.
34 43 13.35 APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM CAT. II OR CAT. III - ALSF-2 Includes power supply requirements, lighting level control, light units, and instructions for layout. It describes the ALSF-2 using two series circuits for sequenced flashing system.
06 40 00 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK Shop-fabricated wood, veneer and laminate-clad and simulated wood cabinets, cases, shelving and fixtures; cabinet hardware; countertops; sinks integral with countertops; decorative metal trim for casework; casework structural supports; shop applied finishes.
02 82 00.02 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT - INTERMEDIATE PRECAUTIONS Requirements and procedures for removal, encapsulation, disturbing, or enclosure of specified amounts of asbestos containing materials of the type described within. For asbestos abatement projects requiring lesser or greater precautions refer to Sections 02 82 00.01 - Asbestos Abatement - Minimum Precautions and 02 82 00.03 - Asbestos Abatement - Maximum Precautions, respectively.
02 82 00.03 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT - MAXIMUM PRECAUTIONS Requirements and procedures for removal, encapsulation, disturbing, or enclosure of asbestos-containing materials for projects requiring more extensive procedures than those specified in Section 02 82 00.01 - Asbestos Abatement - Minimum Precautions or Section 02 82 00.02 - Asbestos Abatement - Intermediate Precautions. These procedures may be required separately or in combination depending on the particular project. Includes definitions of asbestos-containing materials and procedures.
02 82 00.01 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT - MINIMUM PRECAUTIONS Requirements and procedures for asbestos abatement and installation of non-friable asbestos-containing materials, ceiling tiles of less than 7.5 square metres, and less than one square metre of drywall which contains asbestos containing joint compound. For asbestos abatement projects requiring greater precautions refer to Sections 02 82 00.02 - Asbestos Abatement - Intermediate Precautions and 02 82 00.03 - Asbestos Abatement - Maximum Precautions respectively.
32 12 16 ASPHALT PAVING Specifies asphalt concrete paving for roads and airport runways. Edit to suit project.
32 12 16.01 ASPHALT PAVING - SHORT FORM Intended for small projects. Covers foundations for roadways, parking lots, and granular foundations. Includes pavement thickness and construction, and traffic markings.
32 12 16.02 ASPHALT PAVING FOR BUILDING SITES Specifies asphalt concrete pavement, including granular base and granular sub-base if applicable, for car park areas, driveways to buildings, bikeways and walks or play areas.
32 12 13.23 ASPHALT PRIME COATS Covers material and application of asphalt material, including the use of a sand blotter using equipment specified.
32 12 36.14 ASPHALT SEAL COAT Describes materials and job mix formula using specified equipment to prepare pavement surface and slurry mix. Includes application, patching, curing, and rolling (if applicable).
07 31 13 ASPHALT SHINGLES Coordinate with drawings for pattern details. Includes removal of existing roofing and application.
32 12 13.16 ASPHALT TACK COATS Specifies anionic emulsified and cut-back asphalt with equipment and application.
08 42 29 AUTOMATIC ENTRANCES Covers packaged automatic entrance doors of the swinging, sliding and revolving type. Incorporates doors, door frames, screen framing, glass and glazing, door hardware, operators, controls and accessories. If this section is written specifically for operators and controls only, renumber and retitle the section - Electro-Mechanical Hardware.
26 36 23 AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCHES Provides a system description regarding automatic load transfer equipment and includes contactor and circuit breaker type transfer equipment, controls and accessories.
A2010 BASEMENT EXCAVATION Covers the performance requirements for grading and drainage, shoring bracing and underpinning, protection and existing utilities. Includes excavation and compaction, and restoration.
A2020 BASEMENT WALLS Describes in general terms, basement walls for buildings, certain performance requirements, four (4) categories of commonly used foundation wall products, and applicable installation criteria, without detailed requirements. Can be used for design-build and project management delivery methods as well as providing base requirements in an outline form for traditional contract methods.
26 33 43 BATTERY CHARGERS Describes performance requirements, charger characteristics, accessories, and enclosure. Installation and performance of tests included.
26 33 16 BATTERY RACKS Describes battery racks including accessories along with various types of batteries.
07 17 13 BENTONITE PANEL WATERPROOFING Covers corrugated paper panel systems filled with bentonite clay and accessories for waterproofing.
07 11 13 BITUMINOUS DAMPPROOFING Utilize manufacturer’s instructions during handling, assessing site conditions, and during application of asphalt, sealing compound and asphalt primer. Workmanship, preparation and application included.
07 21 16 BLANKET INSULATION Covers batt and blanket insulation including accessories and installation.
07 21 26.16 BLOWN INSULATION – MINERAL FIBRE This Section covers materials, protection and application. Use precautionary measures to minimize risk of contamination within mechanical systems and to protect air quality.
07 21 13 BOARD INSULATION Covers various forms of board insulation and their installation including perimeter foundation, cavity wall and roof.
31 63 19 BORED AND SOCKETED PILES Covers the materials used and the installation method which requires driving caisson shells into bedrock, welding reinforcing steel and then placing concrete.
31 63 23 BORED CONCRETE PILES Specifies the materials, fabrication, protective coatings, welding and installation for bored concrete piles.
23 51 00 BREECHINGS, CHIMNEYS AND STACKS This Section specifies the materials, accessories and installation for breechings, chimneys and stacks.
04 21 13 BRICK MASONRY Covers materials and installation of manufactured units of face brick, backup brick, reinforcement, connectors, flashings, mortar mixes, grout mixes, and cleaning compounds. Coordinate with associated sections for further detailing.
07 08 13 BUILDING ENCLOSURE PERFORMANCE TESTING This Section describes the Constructor’s role in providing a quality management program, and their contributions for testing and inspection programs necessary for the successful installation of materials, components and assemblies forming the building enclosure.
28 13 28 BUILDING ENTRANCE CONTROL SYSTEM Specifies building entrance control panel(s), door opener(s), suite stations, features and installation for dial up based telephone systems and no telephone line switching systems.
07 12 13 BUILT-UP ASPHALT WATERPROOFING Used for both horizontal and vertical applications. Covers design criteria and the application of included layers.
07 51 00 BUILT-UP BITUMINOUS ROOFING Covers bituminous built-up roofing (BUR) in either conventional membrane roofing (CMR) or protected membrane roofing (PMR) systems.
23 05 23.05 BUTTERFLY VALVES Considered a reference section to be utilized in relevant technical sections where butterfly valves are required.
06 41 93 CABINET AND MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE This Section contains requirements of Architectural Hardware for custom fabricated millwork.
23 82 33.19 CABINET CONVECTOR HEATERS Covers wall mounted and floor drop-in cabinets, elements, wall mounted and built-in thermostats.
26 05 36 CABLE TRAYS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Covers metal and fibreglass cable troughs and fittings, and their installation.
04 71 13 CALCIUM SILICATE MANUFACTURED BRICK MASONRY Describes calcium silicate brick, and includes units used as an non-loadbearing, single wythe veneer and cavity construction; including mortar and related accessories. Calcium silicate bricks are not recommended for use below grade or in areas where they will be exposed to de-icing salts.
04 73 13 CALCIUM SILICATE MANUFACTURED STONE MASONRY Calcium silicate building stone is not recommended below grade or in areas where it will be exposed to de-icing salts.
21 21 16.13 CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHING EQUIPMENT: TOTAL FLOODING This Section specifies the administrative procedures as well as the materials and accessories for a total flooding type carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system.
21 21 16.16 CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: LOCAL APPLICATION This Section specifies the administrative procedures as well as the materials and accessories for a local application type carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system.
01 74 19.13 CARPET RECLAMATION Requirements and procedures for the removal and recycling of Nylon 6 or Nylon 6.6 carpet found in areas of 4500 square metres or greater.
06 03 50.13 CARVEL PLANKING Covers the repair of carvel planking on historic vessels and includes providing materials and physical work necessary to fit and install planking indicated.
03 30 00 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE This Section specifies the choice regarding two alternatives for specifying and ordering concrete, either performance or prescriptive criteria and includes the materials, mixes, accessories, preparation, construction and verification for cast-in-place concrete.
03 30 00.09 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE - SHORT FORM This Section specifies the choice of two alternatives for cast-in-place concrete, either performance or prescriptive criteria and includes materials, reinforcing bars, wire fabric, waterstops, fillers, sealers and the mix.
26 42 00 CATHODIC PROTECTION Specifies the cathodic protection of immersed structures, reinforcements and submerged structures such as, docks, harbours, piles, lock gates and dams. Similar techniques may apply to oil and sewage treatment projects, pipe lines, etc. Secure the services of a corrosion engineer at an early stage of design to advise on the cathodic type and extent of the protection system to be installed.
06 03 50.19 CAULKING PERIOD VESSELS Used between hull planks on historic vessels in dry dock, caulking is performed after structural repairs are completed.
26 05 38 CELLULAR METAL FLOOR RACEWAY FITTINGS Specifies cellular metal floor raceways, trench and enclosed header ducts, accessories and fittings, inserts and connector assemblies.
32 11 33 CEMENT-TREATED BASE COURSES Specifies requirements for producing, placing and curing centrally mixed or mixed-in-place cement stabilized granular base on prepared granular sub-base or base.
23 64 16 CENTRIFUGAL WATER CHILLERS Describes a complete packaged unit that includes compressors, compressor motor, evaporator and condenser, purge unit, pressurization device, air cooled condenser, refrigerant piping, control centre and accessories.
09 30 13 CERAMIC TILING Covers ceramic tiling and associated materials along with installation methods for floor, wall, ceiling, and base tile. Includes stair treads and trim shapes.
32 31 13 CHAIN LINK FENCES AND GATES Covers materials required: concrete, chain link fence fabric, posts, braces and rails, tie wire fasteners, gates and gate frames, finishes, etc. Specifies erection of fence and installation of gates.
10 11 13 CHALKBOARDS Covers sliding, hinged and revolving chalkboards with various writing surfaces and trim finishes.
31 31 19.13 CHEMICAL VEGETATION CONTROL Specifies the requirements for the application of herbicides for weed control, brush control, stump control and soil sterilization.
04 03 21.19 CLAY BRICK CONSERVATION TREATMENT Process and materials for selecting desired bricks and executing repair work including removing and salvaging old brick material.
04 21 19 CLAY TILE MASONRY Includes structural clay load and non-load bearing tile, ceramic glazed clay facing tile and structural clay facing tile.
21 22 00 CLEAN AGENT FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS Coordinate with other sections to ensure the complete sealing of area for the success of flooding and containing a gaseous fire fighting agent. Includes suppression agent, agent storage, releasing device, manual override, etc.
01 74 00 CLEANING Requirements of cleanliness on-site during the duration of the project, final cleaning and separating of waste materials.
23 08 16 CLEANING AND START-UP OF HVAC PIPING SYSTEMS This Section specifies the procedures and cleaning solutions for cleaning mechanical piping systems.
31 11 00 CLEARING AND GRUBBING This Section specifies requirements for clearing, close cut clearing, grubbing and clearing isolated trees, includes the removal of trees, shrubs, stumps and debris from construction sites before work starts.
27 53 13 CLOCK SYSTEMS Includes master time clock, program control unit(s), electronic transmitting unit(s), electronic indicating clocks, direct read clock(s), signalling device(s), fabrication and installation.
01 77 00 CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES Describes a method of inspection and acceptance of work through procedures that include specific task completions and correction of deficiencies and defects.
01 78 00 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS Information regarding submittals for product and system information prior to project turnover. Includes information on inclusions in the project record documents, as-built documents and samples.
32 12 36.16 COAL TAR SEAL COATS Offers an “installed but not supplied” option and measurement procedures. Covers preparation of pavement surfaces, application and patching with slurry mix that includes coal tar pitch emulsion, aggregate, mixing water, and additives using specified equipment.
08 33 13 COILING COUNTER DOORS Covers coiling (rolling) metal and wood doors of narrow horizontal slats, operating vertically (rolling up at head of opening) and are placed in wall openings above counter height. Includes labelled coiling counter doors. Note that aluminum cannot be used for labelled shutters.
04 43 19 COLLECTED STONE VENEER CLADDING Includes limestone, sandstone, granite, marble, and field stone. Be aware of potential radon contamination of materials. Install using anchors and ties, mortar and grout, sealants, flashings and finishes best suited for project.
22 42 19 COMMERCIAL BATHTUBS AND SHOWERS Requirements for bathtubs, showers (individual shower stalls and group showers) along with their fixture piping for commercial applications. Information on trim, controls, valves and accessories included.
23 82 33.16 COMMERCIAL CONVECTORS Specifies baseboard convectors and their controls for commercial use. Heaters have a low, standard or high wattage density.
22 31 16 COMMERCIAL DOMESTIC WATER SOFTENERS This Section specifies manual and automatic water softeners, their components and installation.
12 35 39 COMMERCIAL KITCHEN CASEWORK This Section specifies the materials, fabrication and installation of custom fabricated food service equipment.
23 38 13 COMMERCIAL KITCHEN HOODS Covers range hoods – domestic, wash down grease extractor type, and grease filter type.
22 42 16 COMMERCIAL LAVATORIES AND SINKS Includes the following manufactured units: service sinks, mop sinks, stainless steel counter-top sinks, laundry tubs, and group wash fountains along with fixture piping and chair carriers.
22 42 13 COMMERCIAL WATER CLOSETS, URINALS, AND BIDETS Fixtures, their piping and associated components required within a commercial washroom. Flow rates, sizing, placement and required features are examples of items covered in this section.
44 41 13 COMMERCIAL WATER TREATMENT PLANTS Specifies components and installation for a complete, packaged, commercial water treatment plant.
01 91 13.16 COMMISSIONING FORMS Commissioning forms to be completed for equipment, system and integrated systems.
01 91 13.13 COMMISSIONING PLAN This Section describes the overall structure for the Commissioning of components, equipment, sub-systems, systems and integrated systems.
23 05 15 COMMON INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS FOR HVAC PIPEWORK For new systems and incorporation into existing systems. Follow manufacturer’s instructions. Covers clearances, drains, air vents, etc. Includes flushing out of piping systems and pressure testing of equipment and pipework.
23 05 13 COMMON MOTOR REQUIREMENTS FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT Applicable to packaged equipment. Includes motors, temporary motors, belt drives, and drive guards. Does not include starters, motor protection devices and manual control devices (found in division 26).
01 61 00 COMMON PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS Covers related requirements, reference standards, quality, availability, storage, handling and protection, transportation, manufacturer’s instructions, quality of work, coordination, concealment, remedial work, location of fixtures, fastenings (including equipment), protection of work in progress and existing utilities.
D5000 COMMON REQUIREMENTS - ELECTRICAL Specifies electrical requirements, procedures and components that are common to electrical performance sections and identifies performance criteria applicable to a contractor's required delivery and installation of products. Coordinate with other associated sections.
34 43 05 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR AIRFIELD LIGHTING Contains common work for all airfield lighting systems.
26 05 00 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR ELECTRICAL Describes the Common Work Results applicable to electrical disciplines. May also be used as Common Works Results for other projects involving Communications, or Electronic Safety and Security work, by changing the number and title and editing the text accordingly to either section 27 05 01 - Common Work Results - Communications, or section 28 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electronic Safety and Security.
21 05 00 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR FIRE SUPPRESSION This Section specifies common work results for Division 21 - Fire Suppression. Use this Section when fire suppression is being Bid as the only mechanical subcontracted work. If other mechanical work is included in the Contract, use the Common Work Results Section associated to their work Division
23 05 00 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR HVAC Specifies common work results for Division 23 - Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. Use this section when HVAC is being bid as the only mechanical subcontracted work. If other mechanical work is included in the Contract, use the Common Work Results Sections associated to their work Division
04 05 00 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR MASONRY Used when any masonry work is specified. Included is general information regarding installation, joints, protection and cleaning along with references to specific sections.
22 05 00 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR PLUMBING Covers common work results for Division 22 - Plumbing. Use this section when plumbing is being bid as the only mechanical subcontracted work.
D5030 COMMUNICATIONS AND SECURITY Covers various systems such as fire alarm, telephone and data, public address, (non-hazardous area) intrusion alarm, door access control, clock and program, voice and data, public address and music, close circuit television, and security access control. Includes installation and commissioning.
27 05 13 COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES Specifies telephone wire and coaxial cables for television cable systems. Includes installation for a variety of scenarios.
31 63 24 COMPACTED EXPANDED-BASE CONCRETE PILES Specifies the materials, driving, testing and records for compacted expanded-base concrete piles.
07 42 43 COMPOSITE WALL PANELS Specifies a composite panel material composed of two sheets of metal bonded to a low density thermoplastic or polyethylene core. The metal sheets can be aluminum with an anodized or painted finish, or stainless steel. The panels are attached to each other and to the substrate with extruded fasteners which can be either a continuous edge grip method or a rout and return method. Attachment methods should be checked with manufacturer.
23 81 23 COMPUTER ROOM AIR CONDITIONING Covers an integrated package to standard CAN/CSA-C656 with cooling and dehumidifying capacity.
31 63 26.16 CONCRETE CAISSONS FOR MARINE CONSTRUCTION Contains requirements for construction and installation of concrete caisson structures where construction is entirely or partially carried out while afloat. Construction of base slab and sufficient wall height to provide positive buoyancy may be carried out in dry dock, on launch way or submersible barge and remaining walls completed while afloat. Alternative methods of construction to be proposed and permitted if approved.
33 65 73 CONCRETE ENCASED DUCT BANKS AND MANHOLES Contains concrete encased duct banks, precast and cast-in-place concrete manholes, their construction, installation, marking requirements and inspection.
03 35 00 CONCRETE FINISHING Use outlined environmental requirements to ensure quality work along with additives that achieve desired performance and aesthetic requirements.
03 35 46 CONCRETE FLOOR HARDENING Includes concrete floor hardeners, slip resistant coatings and sheet curing materials. Does not include concrete toppings or floor treatments applied to existing concrete slabs.
03 10 00 CONCRETE FORMING AND ACCESSORIES This Section specifies the materials for wood, pan and tubular forms, form ties, liners and release agents as well as their fabrication, erection, removal and restoring.
32 13 13 CONCRETE PAVING Includes the preparation of subgrade and sub-bases, mixes, associated concrete components, transport and delivery of mix, placing, consolidating, finishing, curing, protection, repair, etc.
32 13 13.01 CONCRETE PAVING FOR BUILDING SITE Includes cement concrete pavement including granular base for car park areas, driveways to buildings, access roads and loading dock areas. For concrete typically used for walks and play areas refer to section 32 16 00 - Curbs, gutters and sidewalks.
03 20 00 CONCRETE REINFORCING This Section specifies concrete reinforcing materials, their fabrication, placing and field touch-up.
03 01 37 CONCRETE RESTORATION This section specifies the concrete restoration procedure including the design and performance requirements for general concrete surfaces such as: lighthouse station towers and walls, parking garages slabs on grade and decks.
04 22 00 CONCRETE UNIT MASONRY Covers reinforcement, connectors, flashing, mortar mixes, grout mixes, cleaning compounds and tolerances.
23 65 10 CONDENSERS, COOLERS AND COOLING TOWERS Covers performance requirements, size and weight, and materials. Includes casing and framework, cold water basin, hot water distribution, coil section, fill, eliminators and louvres, fan, accessories and vibration isolators.
26 05 34 CONDUITS, CONDUIT FASTENINGS AND CONDUIT FITTINGS Includes rigid and flexible fasteners, fittings and installation.
26 05 22 CONNECTORS AND TERMINATIONS Includes items such as compression connectors, and multi-way joint and junction boxes. Covers installation.
07 03 30.16 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD BOARD ROOFING Use as a guide to specifying boards applied to roofs of historic buildings as a covering.
07 03 30.13 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD CANVAS ROOFING Canvas roofs have been used for small ornate roofs of unusual shape or section which are difficult to cover. They are also used for roofs of low pitch which are intended for walking on, porch roofs and floors. Weather decks of ships and boats are also covered with canvas. Use in conjunction with standard drawings of A and E Canada/PWC, AOR-0501, AOR-0502, AOR-0503 and AOR-0503-A.
07 03 32.16 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD CONCRETE ROOF TILES Describes the installation requirements of a roof covering made up of small concrete units described as shingles, slates, or tiles. The life span of this type of roof is expected to be approximately 60 years.
09 03 91.13 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD EXTERIOR PAINTING Covers exterior surfaces of historical structures being primed again and repainted by using appropriate materials and exterior painting systems.
09 03 91.23 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD INTERIOR PAINTING Covers the repainting of interior surfaces of historical structures including plaster, wallboard, wood, masonry, brick, concrete and metal surfaces. Does not include other coatings such as varnish, stain or wax.
07 03 41.13 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD METAL ROOF PANELS Architectural sheet metal roofing systems but not pre-formed sheet metal roofing. Included are types of seams and installation methods to secure roofing. Warranty is extended to 24 months.
09 03 25 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD PLASTERING Covers various materials for lath, plaster and mix to achieve desired historic effect.
07 03 31.26 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD SLATE SHINGLES Covers slate applied as only finish to roofs of historic buildings. Ensure that drawings indicate representative portion of installation including slate pattern, exposure, headlap and sidelap of underlay as well as treatment at eaves, valleys, hips, ridges, gables, dormers, chimneys and sidewall openings. For convenience, flashing is specified in this section in a simplified manner. Specific seaming details, cleating patterns and specific accessories for flashing have not been included. Where flashing is elaborate or impacts the design of the roof, a separate specification section is recommended.
07 03 33.13 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD SOD ROOFING Describes sod materials for use as overlay on roofs of historic structures. There is no known single method of sod roofing. Sod roofing overlay is a technique which is comprised of a range of methods rather than one single form, with adaptations developed for variation of geography, climate, resources, roof style and of course skills of tradesperson. Adapt as required to suit the historic usage at a particular site.
08 03 51.23 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD STEEL WINDOWS Includes both repairs to windows in-situ and to the removal, shop repair and re-installation of windows. Techniques described in this Section are not suitable for stainless steel and non-ferrous metals.
08 03 14.33 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD STILE AND RAIL WOOD DOORS Can be used to specify reproduction of historic transom, fanlight and sidelight sash/panels.
07 03 31.29 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD WOOD SHINGLES AND SHAKES Types of shingles and shake roofing used for historic purposes with associated components to achieve desired results utilizing modern materials for walls and roofing. Warranty is extended to 24 months.
08 03 52 CONSERVATION TREATMENT FOR PERIOD WOOD WINDOWS This Section specifies reproduction of historic handmade windows for custom fabrication in a joinery shop. This section can also be used to specify reproduction of historic transom, fanlight and sashes
06 03 13.23 CONSERVATION TREATMENT OF PERIOD HEAVY TIMBER Structural wood elements.
06 03 13 CONSERVATION TREATMENT OF PERIOD LOG CONSTRUCTION Covers horizontal log walling and partitioning. Does not include other major types of log construction: i.e. post-and-plank, also referred to as Red River Frame or pièce-sur-pièce (a heavy timber frame with log infill), stave wall (logs set vertically), or stove wood/stackwall (short lengths laid horizontally as on wood pile).
01 52 00 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES Requirements of on-site areas and construction facilities to facilitate work while protecting the site and the public during construction. Includes installation and removal of facilities.
01 32 16.19 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE - BAR (GANTT) CHART This Section represents a simplified approach to construction progress schedules, principally using Bar (GANTT) Charts. The level of application of time management techniques construction scheduling, will depend on project size, complexity, time restriction, and client requirements. Refer to Section 01 32 16.16 - Construction Progress Schedule - Critical Path Method (CPM), for other forms of time management levels of application.
01 32 16.16 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE - CRITICAL PATH METHOD (CPM) This Section specifies a time management approach using a project management control system based upon Critical Path Method (CPM) techniques. The level of application of time management techniques will depend on project size, complexity, time restriction, and client requirements. Refer to Section 01 32 16.19 - Construction Progress Schedules - Bar (GANTT) Chart for other forms of time management levels of application.
26 29 01 CONTACTORS Covers contactors, their installation, and includes how they are held in place, options and equipment identification.
26 22 19 CONTROL AND SIGNAL TRANSFORMERS Covers potential and current transformers and includes mounting brackets.
26 29 03 CONTROL DEVICES Includes items such as AC control relays, relay accessories, oiltight limit switches (also available as sealed), solid state timing relays, instantaneous trip current relays, operator control stations, push buttons, selector switches, indicating lights, control and relay panels, control circuit transformers and thermostat (line voltage).
D3060 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION This performance-based section specifies the criteria for the control system and related instrumentation equipment required to control or monitor equipment specified in the Uniformat D-series sections. It may also contain overall system sequences of operation. This section D3060 includes: energy monitoring and control systems, HVAC control systems, HVAC sequence of operation, gas purging systems and other HVAC controls and instrumentation.
31 05 10 CORRECTED MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY FOR FILL Specifies the definition for the correction to maximum dry density to take into account aggregate particles larger than (19) (4.75) mm.
32 15 40 CRUSHED STONE SURFACING Includes crushed stone paving for light-weight vehicle use areas, driveways and pedestrian walks. It is not intended to cover roads or running tracks.
32 16 00 CURBS, GUTTERS AND SIDEWALKS Specifies requirements for constructing cement concrete walks, curbs and gutters. Describes sustainable requirements and materials used. Includes grade preparation, granular base, concrete, tolerances, expansion, contraction and isolation joints, curing, backfill and linseed oil treatment option.
23 33 14 DAMPERS - BALANCING Includes splitter, single blade and multi-bladed dampers.
23 33 16 DAMPERS - FIRE AND SMOKE Covers fire dampers, smoke dampers, combination fire and smoke dampers, and fire stop flaps.
23 33 15 DAMPERS - OPERATING Includes multi-leaf, disc type, back draft and relief dampers.
02 41 20 DE-COMMISSIONING AND REMOVAL OF GENERAL PURPOSE (GP) FUME HOODS Requires specialized personnel and management as asbestos is present. Emergency response plans to be in place due to hazardous materials. Includes removal of benches and cabinets around fume hoods.
02 42 13 DECONSTRUCTION OF STRUCTURES This Section specifies the deconstruction of structures and parts of structures. Its purpose is to provide specifiers with the tools to incorporate specifications which stress the salvage of building materials for reuse and/or recycling. This Section does not provide a framework for analysis of the feasibility of deconstruction. Prior to the use of this Section every effort should be made to assess the economic viability of deconstruction and the degree (i.e. partial or total) to which it should be specified. Variables which will affect these decisions include: the size, type, and age of the structure; the material composition of the structure; the quality and quantity of salvageable materials; the status of local reuse and recycling markets; and project time lines. This Section does not specify the requirements and procedures of deconstructing entire structures for the purpose of re-erection (or parts thereof) elsewhere.
02 41 00.08 DEMOLITION - MINOR WORKS This Section is an abridged version of Sections 02 41 16 - Structure Demolition and 02 41 13 - Selective Site Demolition and is intended for Government - MINOR WORKS contracts. This Section may not include all the information to adequately describe the complete scope of work for all projects and must be edited by deleting or adding the appropriate information from the complete Sections noted above.
01 79 00 DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING Administrative requirements for training of operation and maintenance of various equipment and systems for owner’s personnel including submittals and quality assurance procedures.
01 79 00.13 DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING FOR BUILDING COMMISSIONING This Section describes the training in architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical systems and equipment that is required to be provided to O&M personnel, plus Client, User, etc. as specified herein.
10 22 19.54 DEMOUNTABLE PARTITIONS - POST AND PANEL This Section specifies demountable partitions of prefabricated panels of gypsum board, enamelled steel, or other materials, erected on metal posts. Partition thickness is usually 38 to 63 mm. Ceiling, cornice and rail height partitions included.
10 22 19.55 DEMOUNTABLE PARTITIONS - STUD TYPE This Section specifies demountable partitions of metal studs (drywall and other types) to which gypsum board and other panel materials are applied in manner which enables dismantling and relocation of partition system. Partition thicknesses are from 50 to 125 mm. Ceiling and cornice height partitions included.
D3000 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS - HVAC Specifies ambient design parameters which are used as general HVAC target requirements for the entire project. Individual specification sections will reference this section for desired ambient conditions, and overall performance criteria.
01 14 25 DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES REPORT The intent of this Section inform bidders that the Site specific “Designated Substances Report (DSR)” is included and checked as part of the Submission of Construction Documents to Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC). It informs contractors of their responsibilities arising from the Designated Substances Report.
26 32 13.05 DIESEL ELECTRIC GENERATING UNITS (AIR COOLED) Covers associated systems and components within the assembly to designed criteria. Includes mounting. Emphasis on quality control.
26 32 13.04 DIESEL ELECTRIC GENERATING UNITS (LIQUID COOLED) Specifies the materials, components, assembly and accessories for a liquid cooled electric diesel generating unit.
26 06 31 DIESEL ELECTRIC GENERATING UNITS APPENDIX A - TECHNICAL DATA FORM Coordinate with sections 26 32 13.04 - Diesel Electric Generating Units - Liquid Cooled and 26 32 13.05 - Diesel Electric Generating Units - Air Cooled. Covers various systems including fuel, lubricating oil, cooling, exhaust, air intake, starting and transfer.
26 32 13.07 DIESEL ELECTRIC GENERATING UNITS APPENDIX B FACTORY TEST Includes operation tests and checks required for acceptance in both section 26 32 13.04 - Diesel Electric Generating Units (Liquid Cooled) and section 26 32 13.05 - Diesel Electric Generating Units (Air Cooled).
23 37 13 DIFFUSERS, REGISTERS AND GRILLES Includes supply grilles and registers, return and exhaust grilles and registers, diffusers, linear grilles, and residential grilles, registers and diffusers.
04 43 26 DIMENSION STONE VENEER CLADDING Utilizing stone or manufactured units, the option for a performance-based specification is available if required by the project. Fabrication, fabrication tolerances and the setting of stones are also included.
33 65 76 DIRECT BURIED UNDERGROUND CABLE DUCTS Covers ducting materials including PVC ducts and fittings, solvent weld compound, fibreglass ducts, plastic polyethylene pipe, cable pulling equipment, markers and warning tape. Includes installation.
26 28 23 DISCONNECT SWITCHES - FUSED AND NON-FUSED Section used for different types of disconnect switches. Use section data to complete other sections.
01 35 35 DND FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Fire Safety Requirements on Department of National Defence (DND) property.
23 34 00.13 DOMESTIC FANS Covers various types of domestic fans including window ventilators, wall transfer fans, exterior mounted discharge fans, and wall and ceiling discharge fans.
D2020 DOMESTIC WATER DISTRIBUTION Specifies domestic water distribution piping and accessories, and domestic water equipment. UniFormat section D2020 includes: water supply piping systems, water supply equipment and water supply insulation.
22 11 16 DOMESTIC WATER PIPING Includes copper incoming domestic water service, hard drawn copper domestic hot and cold water services and soft copper tubing, both inside building, and soft copper buried tubing outside building; assumptions made.
26 27 73 DOOR CHIMES Includes administrative procedures, materials and some installation procedures for door bells and chime systems.
08 71 00 DOOR HARDWARE Contains requirements of finish hardware for conventional doors.
35 20 24 DREDGING Specifies the general requirements and execution for dredging, including the removal and disposal of dredged materials.
22 47 00 DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND WATER COOLERS Relying heavily on the manufacturer’s data, product options include for drinking fountains and refrigerated water coolers: recessed, semi-recessed, and handicapped as well as wall hung for drinking fountains.
21 24 00 DRY CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS Includes various systems, storage containers, piping and fittings, nozzles, fire detectors, operating devices, and building fire alarm connections.
21 13 16 DRY PIPE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS Includes various products such as dry pipe valves that work with the engineering design criteria to create a dry pipe sprinkler system.
26 12 16.01 DRY TYPE TRANSFORMERS UP TO 600 V PRIMARY Allows for various designs of transformers in the design description including their installation; however, does not include buck and boost transformers, isolating transformers or transformers with special enclosures.
26 12 16 DRY TYPE, MEDIUM VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS Includes transformer characteristics, the enclosure, voltage taps, tap changer, windings and accessories along with installation and field quality control.
23 07 13 DUCT INSULATION Describes thermal insulation for ductwork and ductwork accessories in a commercial type application; does not include insulation for ductwork in an industrial process type application.
23 33 53 DUCT LINERS For rigid and flexible applications including joints.
31 00 00.01 EARTHWORK - SHORT FORM Specifies fill materials, clearing and grubbing, excavation, backfilling, and grading, and is intended for small projects.
31 00 99 EARTHWORK FOR MINOR WORKS Specifies fill materials, clearing and grubbing, excavation, backfilling, and grading, and is intended for small projects. Abridged from related sections included herein; intended for Government - Minor Works contracts.
09 96 53 ELASTOMERIC COATINGS Covers types of elastomeric coatings and includes application using substrate filler and overglaze.
07 13 53 ELASTOMERIC SHEET WATERPROOFING Covers ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) used for waterproofing of both horizontal and vertical surfaces.
23 09 33 ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR HVAC Covers heating and cooling electrical control devices more than 50 V; includes low voltage thermostats used in electric heating.
14 12 00 ELECTRIC DUMBWAITERS Specify system description for design and operational requirements. Describes products used in the construction of electric dumbwaiters and arrangement of equipment and erection.
23 82 16.14 ELECTRIC-RESISTANCE AIR COILS Describes electric duct heaters to standard CSA C22.2 No.155 and associated electrical and control components.
23 54 13 ELECTRIC-RESISTANCE FURNACES Covers electric forced air furnaces to standard CSA C22 No.46.
26 27 16 ELECTRICAL CABINETS AND ENCLOSURES Section used for special mounting or installation instructions regarding equipment housed in enclosures.
D5050 ELECTRICAL CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION Describes design performance requirements for motor control, building electrical system control, energy management switching and load control, and power quality. Covers meters and metering. Includes installation.
22 33 00 ELECTRICAL DOMESTIC WATER HEATERS This Section specifies administrative procedures, materials and accessories for electric, gas, fuel oil and steam domestic water heaters and storage tanks as well as some information on installation instructions.
33 71 16.01 ELECTRICAL POLE LINES AND HARDWARE Specifies standard overhead pole line construction with common primary voltages of 4.16kV, 7.2kV, 12.5kV, 13.8 kV and 16kV single phase and secondary voltages of 120/240V, 120/208V, 600V. Includes transformer installations, both pole mounted and platform mounted, and ancillary equipment.
D5010 ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND DISTRIBUTION Reliant on design performance requirements that describe performance and functional requirements of building elements or complete systems, materials are outlined along with their application, installation and commissioning.
25 30 01 EMCS: BUILDING CONTROLLERS Reference document for automation controllers (including MCU, LCU, ECU, and TCU).
25 30 02 EMCS: FIELD CONTROL DEVICES Specifies transmitters, sensors, controls, meters, switches, transducers, damper operators, valve actuators, low voltage current transformers and other such control devices integral to the EMCS.
25 05 60 EMCS: Field Installation Covers required materials and procedures for field installation of the EMCS.
25 05 01 EMCS: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Describes the general requirements for a Building Energy Monitoring and Control System (EMCS) common to NMS EMCS sections.
250554 EMCS: IDENTIFICATION Specifies the identification of EMCS devices, sensors, wiring tubing, conduit and equipment, the nameplates materials, colours and lettering sizes.
25 10 01 EMCS: LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN) Specifies the requirements for Local Area Network (LAN) in a Building Energy Monitoring and Control System (EMCS).
25 10 02 EMCS: OPERATOR WORK STATION (OWS) Specifies the hardware and software requirements for an Operator Work Station (OWS) in a Building Energy Monitoring and Control System (EMCS), including primary, secondary, portable and remote OWSs.
250503 EMCS: PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS Specifies the requirements for final control diagrams and the operation and maintenance manual for the EMCS work.
25 90 01 EMCS: SITE REQUIREMENTS, APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEMS SEQUENCES OF OPERATION Specifies the site specific requirements and systems sequences of operation. For PWGSC projects refer to MD13800 - Energy Management and Control Systems (EMCS) Design Manual, which shows how the information is to be presented.
25 01 11 EMCS: START-UP, VERIFICATION AND COMMISSIONING Describes start-up, check-out, operational acceptance tests for building EMCS and requirements to ensure the full commissioning of a facility including assurance that systems meet design criteria and specification requirements.
25 05 02 EMCS: SUBMITTALS AND REVIEW PROCESS Specifies the requirements for shop drawings and their preliminary and detailed review. Also includes the design requirements for the preliminary design review and the preliminary design review meeting.
25 01 12 EMCS: TRAINING States the requirements for an EMCS training program, instructors and training materials.
25 08 20 EMCS: Warranty and Maintenance Included are the requirements for EMCS warranty and activities during the warranty period and service contracts.
26 52 13.13 EMERGENCY LIGHTING Includes load interrupter switch, it’s fabrication and installation.
26 25 00 ENCLOSED BUS ASSEMBLIES Covers feeder and plug-in type busways including their installation.
D3010 ENERGY SUPPLY Contains energy sources which are provided outside the scope of the project, and which are available for use on the project. Examples include hot or chilled water from a source outside the building, or within the building but outside the scope of the project. UniFormat section D3010 includes: oil supply systems, gas supply systems, coal supply systems, steam, hot and chilled water supply systems and other fuel supply systems.
23 35 16 ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEMS Includes products such as inlets, hoses, ducts and fans used in engine exhaust systems.
D1000 ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS Covers design performance requirements of environmental factors in assessments, etc. Specifies identification if mechanical identification is required.
01 35 43 ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES Procedures and requirements through the Canada Green Building Council regarding LEED certification for Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum Projects.
C3027 EPOXY FLOOR COATINGS Emphasis on selection by performance characteristics. Includes manufacturer, materials, preparation of concrete floor and plywood substrates along with installation.
03 01 36 EPOXY INJECTION/CHEMICAL GROUT This section provides instructions to contractors working on structural crack repairs and provision of surface coating using one or more of grouting systems such as epoxy injection and chemical grouting.
C3012 EPOXY WALL COATINGS Emphasis on selection by performance characteristics. Includes manufacturer, materials, preparation and installation.
06 03 05.74 ERADICATION OF INSECTS IN PERIOD WOOD Procedures for use of insecticides in two circumstances: 1) application by contractor for insect eradication work only; 2) application by contractor as part of larger contract for conservation or restoration work. Can also be used for work by departmental staff. Insert the required text from this section into applicable technical sections as it should not be used as a separate section in a project specification.
14 31 00 ESCALATORS Includes design requirements supported by selected equipment, associated products and by maintenance service contracts.
07 53 23 ETHYLENE PROPYLENE DIENE MONOMER ROOFING Used in conventional membrane roofing and protected membrane roofing systems. Offers options to create a roofing system utilizing various components with an emphasis on the type of EPDM sheet membrane.
01 71 00 EXAMINATION AND PREPARATION Previously known as section 01720 – Preparation. Covers qualifications of surveyor, survey reference points, survey requirements, existing services and location of equipment and fixtures. Record logs, submittals and subsurface conditions included.
31 23 33.01 EXCAVATING, TRENCHING AND BACKFILLING Specifies requirements for excavating, trenching and backfilling for structures, pipe-lines, sewers, conduits and appurtenances.
01 73 00 EXECUTION Covers procedures and required elements of submittals in advance of cutting or alteration that will affect: structural integrity, integrity of weather-exposed or moisture resistant elements, efficiency, maintenance or safety of operational elements, visual qualities of sight-exposed elements or work of owner or separate contractor. Preparation and execution of the work along with waste management and disposal are included.
02 22 10 EXISTING BUILDING CONDITION ASSESSMENTS The intent of this Section is to inform bidders that on Site building(s) conditions were assessed and an "Existing Building Conditions Assessment (BCA)" report will be provided to Contractor for review and evaluate the current Site conditions related to Project's scope of work under this Contract.
26 52 13.16 EXIT SIGNS Specifies standard, self-powered, and self-luminous exit lights and their installation.
23 05 16 EXPANSION FITTINGS AND LOOPS FOR HVAC PIPING Covers slip and bellows type expansion joints, grooved end expansion joints, flexible connection and anchors and guides.
07 95 13 EXPANSION JOINT COVER ASSEMBLIES Consult manufacturer literature to assist in identifying and using variations and combinations of materials available to satisfy joint movement while being mindful of service temperature.
B2030 EXTERIOR DOORS Covers exterior entrance and utility doors, including large exterior special doors, their materials and installation.
07 24 10.03 EXTERIOR FINISH - DIRECT APPLIED Covers modified polymer (soft) coat wall system with the use of accessories, joints, mesh and base coat application, and finish coat application.
07 24 00 EXTERIOR INSULATION AND FINISH SYSTEMS Covers components and installation for systems above and below grade. Includes sills and horizontal projections.
07 24 10.01 EXTERIOR INSULATION AND FINISH SYSTEMS - PANELIZED Pre-manufactured cladding created as panels connect to framing components by fasteners to create an effective exterior wall system.
09 91 13 EXTERIOR PAINTING Offers types of paint for various surfaces available. Covers preparation and application methods.
09 91 13.23 EXTERIOR PAINTING OF STRUCTURAL STEEL Outlines requirements for cleaning and painting metal surfaces of heavy civil structures. Renumbered from 09 97 19 to meet the recommendations of the MasterFormat 2014 classification system.
09 01 90.62 EXTERIOR REPAINTING The system designations and finish formulae are as specified by the Master Painters Institute (MPI). "Detail Performance" products included in the MPI Approved Product List are performance tested on such criteria as resistance to abrasion, scrub, stain and chemical resistance, cleanability, and application and hiding qualities.
B2010 EXTERIOR WALLS Includes performance requirements, materials and installation for exterior walls made up of different components.
B2020 EXTERIOR WINDOWS Offers options for a system description and provides design requirements. Installation included.
13 34 23 FABRICATED STRUCTURES Covers performance criteria for prefabricated buildings. For some components, materials and finishes of other sections may be added. Avoid conflicts between specified performance criteria and prescriptive statements in other sections.
11 81 29 FACILITY FALL PROTECTION Covers personal restraint assemblies. Also used on green roof applications for landscape tree anchors.
23 11 13 FACILITY FUEL OIL PIPING Specifies the supply and installation of fuel oil piping from oil tanks to stationary and portable oil-burning equipment and appliances.
23 11 26 FACILITY LIQUID-PETROLEUM GAS PIPING This Section specifies the steel and FRP materials, components and installation for the outdoor and indoor distribution systems for petroleum products.
23 11 23 FACILITY NATURAL GAS PIPING Specifies piping, valves and fittings, installation and testing for gas fired equipment.
01 92 00 FACILITY OPERATION This Section describes the requirements for the provision of those elements of the Building Management Manual, to be provided by the Contractor. The Building Management Manual explains: (1) what systems, equipment and components that have been incorporated into the building, (2) why these systems equipment and components were selected and (3) how the design and operating concepts of the sub-systems, systems, and integrated systems are accomplished.
11 82 26 FACILITY WASTE COMPACTORS Includes disposal by bag or container for waste compactors; ensure local disposal methods are being followed.
33 07 16 FACTORY PRE-INSULATED PIPING SYSTEMS FOR UTILITY APPLICATIONS Spec notes provide further instruction. Covers products such as carrier core pipe, factory applied insulation, outer jacket and insulated pipe joints for buried and above ground applications, insulation and accessories, electric heat tracing, pipe sleeves, etc. Includes installation.
23 82 19 FAN COIL UNITS Covers fan coil units and their installation. Assumption made that the following will be indicated: voltage, phase, kW capacities and location of heaters.
07 42 46 FIBRE REINFORCED CEMENTITIOUS WALL PANELS Wall cladding system consisting of fibre-reinforced cementitious panels and support system as indicated.
06 20 00 FINISH CARPENTRY Wood based finishing products purchased ready-made and installed by finish carpenter with minimal fabrication. Includes standard pattern wood trim, mouldings and millwork; standard paneling, shelving and related products; standard profile board paneling. Includes fasteners, adhesives, wood treatment, and accessory hardware.
23 82 36 FINNED TUBE RADIATION HEATERS Specifies dampers, capacity, baseboard radiation, finned tube radiation, and cabinet convectors. Includes installation.
28 46 00 FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM This Section specifies fire alarm systems. For multiplex systems refer to Section 28 31 00.01 - Multiplex Fire Alarm System.
D4030 FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES Includes miscellaneous fire protection specialties, typically fire extinguishers. Uniformat section D4030 includes: fire extinguishers, fire blankets and wheeled fire extinguisher units.
10 44 00 FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES This Section specifies different types of water and chemical fire extinguishers, cabinets and fire blankets.
26 29 02 FIRE PUMP CONTROL Covers an electric motor driven fire pump-controller. Installation not included.
21 30 00 FIRE PUMPS Specifies packaged fire pumps for use when water pressure serving facility is inadequate.
07 84 00 FIRE STOPPING Covers fire stop systems consisting of any device intended to close off an opening or penetration during a fire and/or materials that fill an opening in a wall or floor assembly where penetration is by cables, cable trays, conduits, ducts, pipes poke through termination devices (e.g. electrical outlet boxes) or structural components along with their means of support through the wall or the floor opening. Intended to be used in specifications for buildings conforming to Part 3 and Part 9 of National Building Code of Canada (NBC).
21 12 00 FIRE-SUPPRESSION STANDPIPES AND HOSE ASSEMBLIES For a standalone system or to be combined with sprinkler systems. Site testing included.
E2010 FIXED FURNISHINGS Specifies window treatment, fixed floor grilles and mats and fixed interior landscaping.
10 75 00 FLAGPOLES Includes materials, accessories, fabrication and installation for steel, aluminum and fibreglass flagpoles.
23 33 46 FLEXIBLE DUCTS Covers a variety of flexible ducts including metallic and non-metallic, insulated and non-insulated, and acoustic insulated (medium and high pressure).
32 01 16.01 FLEXIBLE PAVING SURFACE GROOVING Outlines requirements for cutting of grooves in a pavement surface for improvement of vehicle braking performance during wet conditions.
32 01 13.02 FLEXIBLE PAVING SURFACE TREATMENT - MULTIPLE APPLICATION Contains requirements for applying double or triple alternate applications of asphalt and aggregate to an existing paved surface or a granular base.
32 01 13.01 FLEXIBLE PAVING SURFACE TREATMENT - SINGLE APPLICATION Describes requirements for a single application of asphalt material followed by a single application of aggregate to an existing paved surface or a granular base.
08 38 16 FLEXIBLE TRAFFIC DOORS Using reinforced flexible rubber or polyvinyl chloride, flexible clear polyvinyl chloride or vision panels, flexible traffic doors are created with the use of hardware and accessories to suit project requirements.
B1010 FLOOR CONSTRUCTION Covers various kinds of flooring construction including structural steel and concrete. Includes fireproofing.
08 14 16 FLUSH WOOD DOORS Specifies hollow and solid wood and plastic veneer wood doors and is based on CAN/CSA-O132.2 Series for Wood Flush Doors and AWMAC standard for Stile and Rail Doors. Prehung doors are available but are not specified in this section.
10 22 39 FOLDING PANEL PARTITIONS Covers installation using various materials. Includes components such as overhead suspension system, hardware, sound seals and accessories.
11 40 10 FOOD SERVICE STOCK EQUIPMENT Specifies food service catalogued commercial kitchen equipment.
23 82 00.13 FORCED AIR HEATERS Covers forced air heaters. Assumption made that the following will be indicated: heater quantities, location, voltage, phase, capacities, control characteristics and location, mounting (surface or flush), and speed (single or dual).
33 46 13.01 FOUNDATION AND UNDERSLAB DRAINAGE Covers bedding and surround materials along with backfill. Specifies bedding preparation, pipe or tubing installation including surround material.
26 05 80 FRACTIONAL HORSEPOWER MOTORS Renumbered from 16221. Includes installation for fractional horsepower motors in hazardous and non-hazardous locations.
D1012 FREIGHT ELEVATORS Specifies the criteria for electric and hydraulic freight elevators to use as a benchmark for construction of a complete electric or hydraulic freight elevator system. Materials used to accomplish these performance objectives are subject to CSA standards and building code for elevators. Includes a performance specification; do not add manufacturers names or prescriptive specifications.
14 20 03 FREIGHT ELEVATORS A performance specification that identifies criteria for benchmarking in constructing a complete electric or hydraulic freight elevator system.
23 54 16 FUEL-FIRED FURNACES Covers approved packaged factory assembled units for oil firing, gas firing or electric heaters.
12 50 00 FURNITURE Covers desks, seating and panel systems.
33 77 33 FUSE CUTOUTS AND FUSE LINKS - OUTDOOR Covers the required materials (fuse cutouts, and fuse holders and links); assembly and mounting as per manufacturer’s instructions.
26 28 13.01 FUSES - LOW VOLTAGE Specifies various fuse types and includes a fuse storage cabinet.
31 36 19 GABION MATTRESSES Covers requirements of mattress materials (crushed quarry stone). Includes scour protection, placement, and tolerances and is designed to suit project requirements.
31 36 00 GABIONS Specifies requirements for supply and installation of baskets and/or mats fabricated from wire mesh or geogrids filled with stone. A gabion structure consists of a number of baskets or mats connected together so that joints between baskets and/or mats are as strong as mesh, making a monolithic structure.
01 91 13 GENERAL COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENTS General requirements relating to commissioning of all components, equipment, subsystems, systems and integrated systems.
22 15 00 GENERAL SERVICE COMPRESSED - AIR SYSTEMS Includes piping, fittings, equipment and installation for compressed air systems.
26 24 13.02 GENERATOR SWITCHBOARD OVER 600 V System description covers a generator switchboard consisting of a synchronizing panel, generator panels, totalizing meters panel and feeder panels. Coordinate with associated sections to complete information for this section.
26 24 13.01 GENERATOR SWITCHBOARD TO 600 V Specifies low voltage switchgear for controlling power from 2 or more generating units. Coordinate with associated sections to complete information for this section.
31 32 19.13 GEOGRID SOIL STABILIZATION Specifies requirements for polymeric geogrid material. Geogrids may be used in revetments, breakwaters, retaining structures, embankments, roadbeds and railroad beds as reinforcement to provide tensile strength to a soil mass.
31 32 19.16 GEOTEXTILE SOIL STABILIZATION Specifies requirements for supply and installation of geotextile material. Polymeric geotextiles may be used in revetments, breakwaters, retaining wall structures, filtration, drainage structures, roadbeds and railroad beds for separation purposes to prevent mixing of granular materials of different grading; as hydraulic filters permitting passage of water while retaining soil strength of a granular structure. Was renumbered from 31 32 19.01 to meet the recommendations of the MasterFormat 2014 classification system.
04 23 00 GLASS UNIT MASONRY Includes various glass block unit masonry, plain and decorative designs and joints. Outlines restrictions on height and fire rated separations.
08 44 13 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS Includes tubular aluminum exterior curtain wall assembly for multi-story cladding; site assembled "stick" frame or shop fabricated "unitized" subassemblies; factory prefinished, vision glass, glass or insulated metal panel infill, column covers, louvres, and glazing. With moderate editing, this section could be utilized for bronze or stainless steel systems or could incorporate granite, marble, or stone panels. Air barriers, vapour retarders, intake or exhaust louvres, each integral with the curtain wall system, should be included in this section.
08 80 00 GLAZING Offers options to meet design criteria by providing a variety of flat glass and includes insulating glass units. Covers various methods for installation.
06 18 00 GLUED-LAMINATED CONSTRUCTION Covers laminating stock, adhesive, fasteners, etc. for glued-laminated structural units, including fabrication and erection.
04 43 16 GRANITE VENEER CLADDING Be aware of potential radon contamination of materials. Coordinate with drawings for anchor placement. Mortar and adhesive materials, grout, accessories and finishes included.
32 11 16.01 GRANULAR SUB-BASE Includes requirements for supplying, producing and placing gravel or quarried stone as a granular sub-base to lines, grades and typical cross sections indicated on plans or as directed by Department Representative/DCC Representative/Consultant.
26 28 20 GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS - CLASS A Covers ground fault circuit interrupters equipment and components including breaker type ground fault interrupter, ground fault life protector, ground fault protector unit, system ground fault protection panel and pump protection panel.
26 28 18 GROUND FAULT EQUIPMENT PROTECTION Covers the equipment itself along with installation, the fabrication of associated components and related equipment used. Coordinate with other sections to complete information for this section.
26 05 27 GROUNDING - PRIMARY Includes the installation of electrodes, equipment and neutral grounding, pole mounted switching device and transformer grounding, grounding in manholes and in permafrost, and cable sheath grounding.
26 05 28 GROUNDING - SECONDARY Covers grounding in areas such as maintenance holes, hospital operating rooms, and for communication systems. Includes installation of a grounding bus, grounding connections for equipment, system and circuit grounding, and installing in permafrost.
27 05 26 GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Describes the following common work results applicable to telecommunications: grounding and bonding systems. For cabling systems refer to new NMS Section 27 10 05 - Structured Cabling for Communication Systems, which, replaces two former sections: 27 05 14 - Communications Cables Inside Buildings and 27 11 19 - Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels.
33 11 00 GROUNDWATER SOURCES Products include a permanent well casing and (if applicable) screen. Covers drilling, installation of permanent casing and screen, gravel packing, grouting and sealing, disinfection, test pumping, and water sampling.
09 21 16 GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES Offers types of gypsum board and associated materials for various purposes. Includes erection, application and installation.
09 21 16.08 GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES FOR MINOR WORKS This Section specifies gypsum board, metal framing and accessories for the application and installation of interior partitions.
09 23 00 GYPSUM PLASTERING Covers basecoat and finishing plaster materials and application methods to best suit project requirements.
26 05 29 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Covers support channels used for electrical systems and their installation.
23 05 29 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS FOR HVAC PIPING AND EQUIPMENT Specifies concrete housekeeping pads, hangers and supports for mechanical piping, ducting and equipment. Does not include seismic restraint.
02 81 00 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS How to handle dangerous goods, hazardous material and hazardous waste while on-site, during transportation and removal.
01 35 29.06 HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Use on all Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) projects. Includes health and safety considerations required to ensure that PWGSC shows due diligence toward health and safety on construction sites and meets the requirements laid out in PWGSC/RPB Departmental Policy DP 073 - Occupational Health and Safety - Construction.
01 35 29.13 HEALTH, SAFETY, AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES FOR CONTAMINATED SITES This Section specifies detailed health and safety guidelines for hazardous construction type of projects. The guidelines are minimal requirements which are intended to provide for a safe and minimal risk working environment for personnel and to minimize impact of activities on the public and environment involving contact with hazardous materials.
23 57 00 HEAT EXCHANGERS FOR HVAC Specifies the materials and installation for heat exchangers and accessories.
D3020 HEAT GENERATION This performance-based section specifies the criteria for facility heat generating equipment for HVAC purposes. Uniformat section D3020 includes: steam boilers, hot water boilers, furnaces, fuel-fired heaters, auxiliary equipment and other heat generation systems. Sections specifying related heat distribution equipment interfacing with heat generators will reference this section.
23 05 33 HEAT TRACING FOR HVAC PIPING Specifies heat tracing cables for pipes and tanks including controls and installation.
23 52 00 HEATING BOILERS Covers various boilers, auxiliaries and burners. Includes mountings and accessories.
23 56 13.13 HEATING SOLAR FLAT- PLATE COLLECTORS Describes performance, the collector and collector support (brackets and frame).
23 22 13.13 HIGH PRESSURE STEAM AND CONDENSATE HEATING PIPING SYSTEMS Coordinate with associated sections. Covers systems that include high pressure, high temperature, steam and condensate. Other products such as expansion loops, expansion joints, bases, hangers and supports, thermometers and pressure gauges are included.
09 96 59 HIGH-BUILD GLAZED COATINGS Covers high-build glazed coating materials with specified filler and glaze coat along with application.
03 31 23.13 HIGH-PERFORMANCE STRUCTURAL CONCRETE FOR BRIDGE DECKS Contains materials and construction for concrete bridge decks including protection and special techniques.
08 03 11 HISTORIC - PERIOD WOOD DOORS For the reproduction of historic doors offering various types of materials and techniques to finish components for appropriate replications.
12 21 13 HORIZONTAL LOUVRE BLINDS Specifies cord operated, surface mounted 25 mm and 35 mm wide (narrow type) only. For horizontal louvre blinds wider than 35 mm refer to manufacturer's literature and modify to suit.
26 33 54 HOSPITAL OPERATING ROOMS ISOLATED POWER SUPPLY Covers an isolated power supply unit and conductors. Includes installation of isolated power distribution system, conduit preparation and wiring to equipment.
07 56 13 HOT FLUID APPLIED RUBBERIZED ASPHALT ROOFING Ensure chosen components are compatible with each other and adjacent materials. Covers various roofing systems utilizing rubberized asphalt.
07 14 13 HOT FLUID-APPLIED RUBBERIZED ASPHALT WATERPROOFING Covers hot applied rubberized asphalt used for waterproofing in a protected membrane assembly. Also includes sheathing materials, insulation, ballast and installation.
23 84 13 HUMIDIFIERS Includes materials and installation for direct steam injection mechanical, atomizing, plenum mounted drum, plenum or duct mounted pad, packaged electrode steam generating, packaged, gas fired, steam generator type humidifiers and accessories.
23 40 00 HVAC CLEANING DEVICES Covers various filters and filter gauges, accessories and electronic air cleaners. Includes installation.
D3040 HVAC DISTRIBUTION This performance-based section specifies the criteria for heating, ventilation and air conditioning distribution piping and ductwork. Includes related air and water moving equipment, and terminal devices which are connected to the distribution network. This section D3040 includes: air distribution systems, steam distribution systems, hydronic distribution systems and other HVAC distribution systems.
23 07 16 HVAC EQUIPMENT INSULATION This Section specifies fire suppression equipment insulation in a commercial type application. It does not include insulation for equipment in an industrial process type application.
23 34 00 HVAC FANS Covers various types of HVAC fans including centrifugal, cabinet (general purpose), utility sets, axial flow, and propeller.
23 07 19 HVAC PIPING INSULATION This Section specifies Thermal Insulation for piping and piping accessories in a commercial type application. It does not include insulation for piping in an industrial process type application.
23 25 00 HVAC WATER TREATMENT Used for hydronic, steam, and condenser water systems. Involves test equipment, chemicals, etc.
32 92 19.16 HYDRAULIC SEEDING This Section specifies seed, mulch, slurry preparation and application, and maintenance for hydraulic seeding.
23 21 16 HYDRONIC PIPING SPECIALTIES Covers items such as strainers, air vents, expansion tanks, pressure safety relief valves, and suction diffusers.
23 21 23 HYDRONIC PUMPS Covers equipment, in-line circulators (with vertical option), and single and double suction centrifugal pumps.
23 21 13.01 HYDRONIC SYSTEMS: COPPER Intended for temperature range of 5 degrees C to 120 degrees C and 860 kPa working pressure in hot water heating, glycol, condenser and chilled water systems.
23 21 13.02 HYDRONIC SYSTEMS: STEEL Specifies steel piping valves and fittings for hydronic systems. Intended for temperature range of 5 degrees C to 120 degrees C and 860 kPa working pressure in hot water heating, glycol, condenser and chilled water systems.
23 05 53 IDENTIFICATION FOR HVAC PIPING AND EQUIPMENT This Section specifies the materials and requirements for the identification of piping systems, duct work, valves and controllers, including the installation and location of identification systems.
33 14 16.13 INCOMING SITE WATER UTILITY DISTRIBUTION PIPING Specifies service water pipe, cathodic protection, fittings, joints, gate valves and protective coatings. Includes installation, pressure testing, disinfection and cleaning.
23 82 00.16 INCREMENTAL HEATING AND COOLING UNITS Describes units requiring electrical connection only, self-contained through-the-wall combination electric heating and air-conditioning units.
26 27 23 INDOOR SERVICE POLES Covers indoor service poles. Section outlined for use with T-Bar ceilings; if not suited for project, specify otherwise and utilize associated accessories for other types of ceilings.
26 05 43.01 INSTALLATION OF CABLES IN TRENCHES AND IN DUCTS Covers the installation in the direct burial of cables, markers and cable installation in ducts.
26 32 13.03 INSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING EQUIPMENT Intended solely for the installation of power generation equipment. Covers materials, cooling and ventilation, batteries and charger, system start-up, etc.
00 21 13 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS Section includes administrative project specific details including timelines, locations, type of contract pricing, contact information, site assessment, qualifications, bid submission, bid enclosures/requirements, and offer acceptance/rejection.
03 11 19 INSULATING CONCRETE FORMS This Section specifies insulated concrete forms comprised of mechanically-interlocked rigid board polystyrene insulation panels, plastic web spacers, plastic inserts, reinforcement mounting, concrete accessories and cast-in-place concrete.
09 58 00 INTEGRATED CEILING ASSEMBLIES Suspended ceiling system that incorporates items such as acoustical, lighting, fire protection, etc.
27 51 23 INTERCOMMUNICATIONS AND PROGRAM SYSTEMS Covers solely a basic intercom system; change specification to suit. Includes conduits, communication conductors, master stations, sub-stations, power supply and additional features.
C3015 INTERIOR CEILING FINISHES Describes interior ceiling types, their appearance and physical attributes. Includes field quality control and installation.
C3026 INTERIOR HARD FLOOR FINISHES Covers tile materials, mortar, adhesive and grout materials, and accessories. Includes installation and field quality control.
09 91 23 INTERIOR PAINTING Specifies the application of site applied paint finishes to new interior surfaces, including site painting of shop primed surfaces. The system designations and finish formulae are as specified by the Master Painters Institute (MPI). Products included in the Approved Product Listing are performance tested for resistance to abrasion, scrub, stain and chemical resistance, cleanability, and application and hiding qualities.
C1010 INTERIOR PARTITIONS (PERFORMANCE) Covers fire and sound performance with demountable and fixed partitions using specified materials choices.
32 93 23.13 INTERIOR PLANTINGS This Section specifies fertilizer, plants, pots, support, planting and pot installation for interior plantings.
09 01 90.63 INTERIOR REPAINTING The system designations and finish formulae are as specified by the Master Painters Institute (MPI). "Detail Performance" products included in the MPI Approved Product List are performance tested on such criteria as resistance to abrasion, scrub, stain and chemical resistance, cleanability, and application and hiding qualities.
C3025 INTERIOR SOFT FLOOR FINISHES Identifies performance criteria for specifiers and contractors to use as a benchmark for construction of interior soft floor finishes. Materials and methods used to accomplish these performance objectives may be left to the contractor. Includes a performance specification; do not add manufacturers names or prescriptive specifications; these methods are addressed later in design development.
C2012 INTERIOR STAIRWAYS System description covers types of interior stairways. Design requirements and materials reflect choices. Covers fabrication and installation.
26 18 41 INTERLOCK SYSTEMS Use the relevant data from this section and incorporate it into other technical sections. Covers various types of interlock systems.
28 31 00 INTRUSION DETECTION This Section specifies the intrusion detection system consisting of a control panel, detection accessories, communications and environmental monitoring.
26 13 01 ISOLATING SWITCHES TO 15 kV Covers isolating switches and their installation; however, refer to relevant section to ensure proper coordination with the rest of the installed system.
07 92 00 JOINT SEALANTS Includes preparation of surface to be sealed, application and cleaning using various types of joint sealants.
11 53 13 LABORATORY FUME HOODS Covers constant and variable air volume bypass fume hoods, and fume hoods for basic and intermediate level radioisotope laboratories. Includes laboratory services, accessories, and source quality control. Does not include perchloric acid fume hood usage.
G2050 LANDSCAPING Describes landscaping and site accessories, certain performance requirements, categories of commonly used products, and applicable installation criteria, without detailed requirements. Can be used for design-build and project management delivery methods as well as providing base requirements in an outline form for traditional contract methods.
02 83 11 LEAD-BASE PAINT ABATEMENT - INTERMEDIATE PRECAUTIONS Requirements and procedures for removal of lead based paints of the type described within. For lead abatement projects requiring lesser precautions refer to Section 02 83 10 - Lead-Base Paint Abatement - Minimum Precautions, and for lead abatement projects requiring greater precautions refer to Section 02 83 12 - Lead-Base Paint Abatement - Maximum Precautions, respectively.
02 83 12 LEAD-BASE PAINT ABATEMENT - MAXIMUM PRECAUTIONS Requirements and procedures for removal of lead based paints of the type described within. For lead abatement projects requiring lesser precautions refer to Sections 02 83 10 - Lead-Base Paint Abatement - Minimum Precautions and 02 83 11 - Lead-Base Paint Abatement - Intermediate Precautions, respectively.
02 83 10 LEAD-BASE PAINT ABATEMENT - MINIMUM PRECAUTIONS Requirements and procedures for removal of lead based paints of the type described within. For lead abatement projects requiring greater precautions refer to Sections 02 83 11 - Lead-Base Paint Abatement - Intermediate Precautions and 02 83 12 - Lead-Base Paint Abatement - Maximum Precautions, respectively.
01 35 21 LEED REQUIREMENTS Section outlines the requirements of "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED): Green Building Rating System" in regards renewable energy and regionally manufactured materials, recycled content, low-emitting materials, submittal information.
26 50 00 LIGHTING Covers various lamps and ballasts. Provides recommendations to achieve a comfortable lighting balance, improve lighting energy efficiency, and maximize day lighting.
26 52 00.01 LIGHTING - CENTRAL EMERGENCY SYSTEM Due to the complexity and options in distribution and control, describe using appropriate material: transfer panels, contactor zone relay panels, combination contactor and breaker/fuse panels, supervised distribution panels, and supervisory and control option. Coordinate with other sections to complete this section.
26 09 23.04 LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES - FLUORESCENT DIMMING Description of equipment offers suggestions for improvement regarding the quality of lighting control. Includes items such as intensity selector, on-off switch, dimming auxiliaries, ballasts and relays and contactors.
26 09 23.03 LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES - INCANDESCENT DIMMING Covers full range and commercial dimmers, including installation and field quality control.
26 09 24 LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES - LOW VOLTAGE Specifies low voltage control systems for lighting equipment.
26 09 23.02 LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES - PHOTOELECTRIC Covers photoelectric lighting control equipment for exterior use only.
D5020 LIGHTING, POWER, AND BRANCH WIRING Covers various types of lighting including emergency lighting and remote lamps, luminaires, street and area lighting, exit lights, etc. Includes lighting controls, wiring devices, surge suppression power bar, and fastenings and supports. Covers installation of conduit, wiring methods, block heater outlets for vehicles, etc.
26 41 13 LIGHTNING PROTECTION FOR STRUCTURES Specifies lightning protection systems consisting of metallic air terminals, lightning conductors, grounding methods and materials.
31 32 13.19 LIME SOIL STABILIZATION Specifies requirements for stabilizing soil subgrade by applying hydrated lime, mixing and compacting.
09 54 23 LINEAR METAL CEILINGS Using baked enamel or aluminum for a finish, various types of sheet aluminium or steel is used with the assistance of hangars and ties, access panels, accessories, etc. to create a ceiling system.
26 12 13 LIQUID FILLED, MEDIUM VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS Covers single phase range up to 1000 kVA, three phase up to 3000 kVA and primary voltage up to 34.5 kV.
23 82 39.26 LIQUID HEATERS Covers commercial, industrial and domestic immersion heaters; includes installation.
00 01 15 LIST OF DRAWING SHEETS This section covers the requirements for listing of all construction drawings pertinent to the Project under this contract.
26 28 22 LOAD BREAK SWITCHES Equipment available in the 800-5000 A, 240 and 600 V range. Covers switches, enclosure, shunt trip and motorized switch.
11 13 13 LOADING DOCK BUMPERS Specifies pre-manufactured units ready for mounting, including laminated, moulded, extruded and steel face dock bumpers. Verify with local suppliers for variations in materials and assemblies.
11 13 19.13 LOADING DOCK LEVELERS Specifies manual, semi-automatic and hydraulic dock levelers, the levelling platform, dock boards, railcar ramp, accessories, electrical and installation requirements.
11 13 19.23 LOADING DOCK LIFTS This Section specifies the equipment for stationary, semi-portable, and pit installed elevating docks and their installation.
11 13 16 LOADING DOCK SEALS AND SHELTERS Specifies equipment for truck dock seals and shelters, and rail dock shelters. Verify with local suppliers for variations in materials and assemblies.
06 03 05.73 LONG-TERM PERIOD WOOD TREATMENT Follow Federal, Provincial and Municipal regulations to ensure the safe use of wood preservatives and other pesticides during delivery, storage and handling, application, cleaning and disposal.
07 21 23 LOOSE - FILL INSULATION Includes types of loose fill insulation and their various installation methods.
08 90 00 LOUVRES AND VENTS Specifies metal louvres and vents manufactured from extrusions and formed sheet metal. Do not include here louvres connected to ductwork. Types included are stationary louvres, adjustable louvres, louvred penthouses, door louvres, and brick and block vents. For louvres and vents connected to ductwork, refer to Section 23 37 20 - Louvres, Intakes and Vents.
23 37 20 LOUVRES, INTAKES AND VENTS Includes administrative procedures, materials, accessories and installation procedures for mechanical louvres, intakes and vents. Also includes reinforcement and bracing for air vents, intakes and gooseneck hoods for wind speed, in accordance with National Building Code of Canada (NBC) for location. Does not include architectural louvres and vents; refer to section 08 90 00 - Louvres and Vents for specification information.
26 23 00 LOW VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR Covers items required for the installation of a switchgear assembly including enclosure, busbars, grounding, and power supply authority metering. Coordinate with other sections to complete this section.
26 55 36.19 LOW-INTENSITY (L.I.) RED OBSTRUCTION LIGHTING Specifies Low Intensity (L.I.) Obstruction Lighting Equipment used to increase conspicuity of structures to permit early obstruction recognition by pilots.
33 05 16 MAINTENANCE HOLES AND CATCH BASIN STRUCTURES Covers excavation and backfill, concrete work, installation, adjusting tops and sealing over existing units, and field quality control.
10 56 26.13 MANUAL MOBILE STORAGE SHELVING Includes track/rail systems, carriages, wheels, drive mechanism, stationary platforms, end panels, shelving, stationary platforms, and finishes.
07 71 29 MANUFACTURED ROOF EXPANSION JOINTS The exterior cover using various materials to protect expansion joints in the roof from moisture and weather infiltration. Does not include application.
04 43 13 MARBLE VENEER CLADDING Includes materials, accessories and finishes used for various applications along with installation instructions. Coordinate with sections 07 19 00 - Water Repellents and 07 92 00 - Joint Sealants.
32 12 10 MARSHALL IMMERSION TEST FOR BITUMEN Use in conjunction with section 32 12 16 - Asphalt Paving as this section is primarily used for airfield pavements. Includes Marshall testing procedure.
04 05 23 MASONRY ACCESSORIES Includes movement joint filler, lap adhesive, weep hole vents, mechanical fasteners, brick vents, moisture control accessories and flashings.
04 05 19 MASONRY ANCHORAGE AND REINFORCING Coordinate with contract drawings by structural design engineer for masonry reinforcement and connector details. Includes bar reinforcement, connectors, corrosion protection, fasteners, ties, anchors, conventional bolts and adhesive anchors.
04 20 00.08 MASONRY FOR MINOR WORKS Construction of masonry assemblies consisting of brick and block unit masonry, mortar and grout, connectors, anchorage and reinforcing, and accessories built into masonry assemblies. Includes modifications to existing masonry assemblies.
04 05 13 MASONRY MORTARING AND GROUTING Covers mortar and grout mixes, including colour additives and admixtures, along with placement and field quality control.
32 92 19.13 MECHANICAL SEEDING This Section specifies grass seed, seed bed preparation and seed placement for mechanical seeding.
26 55 36.16 MEDIUM - INTENSITY (M.I.) WHITE FLASHING OBSTRUCTION LIGHT Specifies Medium Intensity (M.I.) White Flashing Obstruction Lighting Equipment used to increase conspicuity of structures to permit early obstruction recognition by pilots.
26 18 26 MEDIUM VOLTAGE RECLOSERS Covers hydraulically and electronically controlled closures and their accessories.
26 55 36.13 MEDIUM-INTENSITY (M.I.) RED FLASHING OBSTRUCTION LIGHTING Specifies Medium Intensity (M.I.) Red Flashing Obstruction Lighting Equipment used to increase conspicuity of structures to permit early obstruction recognition by pilots.
26 13 16 MEDIUM-VOLTAGE FUSIBLE INTERRUPTER SWITCHGEAR Includes load interrupter switch, it’s fabrication and installation.
13 34 19 METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS Covers metal wall and roof systems and valley gutters to meet design requirements for project.
07 42 13.23 METAL COMPOSITE MATERIAL WALL PANELS Focusing on steel and aluminum, materials and components are integrated to meet project design requirements. Field or shop assembled options given.
32 32 26 METAL CRIB RETAINING WALLS Contains requirements for supply and erection or erection only of pre-fabricated steel members, field assembled into a series of connected closed-face cells, for construction of metal crib retaining walls to lines and grades as indicated.
08 11 00 METAL DOORS AND FRAMES Covers metal door fabrication with varied materials and types of metal frame construction to satisfy project requirements. Includes frame and door installation.
23 31 13.02 METAL DUCTS - HIGH PRESSURE TO 2500 PA Covers material and types of construction for ductwork; includes fire stopping. Utilize provided table to select appropriate seal classifications.
23 31 13.01 METAL DUCTS - LOW PRESSURE TO 500 PA Utilize provided table to select appropriate seal classifications. Includes hangers, watertight ducts, kitchen exhaust systems, sealing and taping and leakage tests.
05 50 00 METAL FABRICATIONS Common materials and fabrication items included; edit/expand list for project requirements. Finishes, isolation coating, shop painting, angle lintels, pipe railings, corner guards, access ladders, trench covers and frames and channel frames are included.
12 35 53.13 METAL LABORATORY CASEWORK Includes steel countertop materials and fabrication, laboratory service fittings, laboratory sinks, electrical fittings, cabinets (hardware, doors, drawers, shelves, and dust cover tops) and finishes.
11 51 23.13 METAL LIBRARY SHELVING Includes stationary library shelving and open shelf filing shelving. Ensure that drawings show shelving layouts, number of bays, shelves, pullout shelves, dividers, end panels, base plates and anchoring devices. Indicate if wood end panels required.
10 51 13 METAL LOCKERS Includes the manufactured metal locker units, accessories and installation.
07 16 19 METAL OXIDE WATERPROOFING Includes material and mixes for metal oxide waterproofing and their application.
05 51 00 METAL STAIRS AND LADDERS Covers industrial, service and commercial steel stairs; includes metal stair items that may be required for a project. Items specified in this section are examples. Examine pedestrian bridges.
10 56 13 METAL STORAGE SHELVING Ensure loading values of steel or aluminum selections suit project requirements. Utilize various components and finishes for different types of shelving.
08 11 69 METAL STORM DOORS AND FRAMES Follow standard CGSB B2-GP-3M and install as per manufacturer’s instructions.
10 21 13.13 METAL TOILET COMPARTMENTS Involves the erection of metal toilet partitions and associated materials such as headrails and pilasters, and components like hinges and latch sets.
26 09 23.01 METERING AND SWITCHBOARD INSTRUMENTS Basic meter parameters are described including metering installation. Includes instruments and installation.
23 05 19 METERS AND GAUGES FOR HVAC PIPING Contains materials and components for metering steam and chilled/hot water including installation.
06 10 53 MISCELLANEOUS ROUGH CARPENTRY Wood frame construction of walls, floors, partitions and roofs using solid lumber, engineered wood products, and wood based panel products. It includes preserved wood foundations. Furring, blocking, nailing strips, curbs, cants, grounds, rough bucks, fascia backing, sleepers, backer boards and panels are also to be provided as required for the project.
07 52 00 MODIFIED BITUMINOUS MEMBRANE ROOFING Covers modified bituminous roofing used in both conventional membrane roofing (CMR) and protected membrane roofing (PMR) systems.
07 13 52 MODIFIED BITUMINOUS SHEET WATERPROOFING Covers design criteria and the application of included layers.
26 27 10 MODULAR WIRING SYSTEM Contains flexible manufactured wiring system for distribution of lighting and equipment branch circuits above suspended ceilings, in return air spaces above hung ceilings, in walls and within raised floor areas. Comprising: starter cables, joiner cables, cross-over cables, switch drop cables, interceptors, switch adaptors, multi-tap adaptors, phase-tap adaptors, wall assemblies, branch feeders, distribution boxes and blanking plugs.
05 52 16 MODULAR WORKPLACE GUARDRAIL SYSTEM Pre-engineered manufactured modular guardrail assemblies, permanently fixed or free-standing, located for worker safety at roof or platform edges, around openings such as roof hatches, unprotected skylights and around operating machinery in industrial or commercial establishments. Modular workplace guardrails do not meet all building code requirements for guards in areas accessible by the general public.
35 59 29 MOORING DEVICES Covers requirements for supply and installation of bollards and quick-release mooring hooks, complete with fair leads and capstans. Simple bollards, cleats, bitts and hooks are normally covered by section 05 50 00 - Metal Fabrications.
26 24 19 MOTOR CONTROL CENTRES Use to complete section 26 29 10 - Motor Starters to 600 V. Describes the installation of a motor control centre with correct overload heater elements and making field power and control connections using included components.
26 18 39.01 MOTOR CONTROLLERS - 2000 TO 5000 V (NON-HAZARDOUS) Specifies basic options, single speed, full voltage, reduced voltage reactor start, reduced voltage auto-transformer start, wound rotor, synchronous motor controllers for non-hazardous motors from 2000 to 5000 volts.
26 29 10 MOTOR STARTERS TO 600 V Specifies various types of motor starters and describes a control transformer, accessories, finishes, and equipment identification.
10 56 26.23 MOTORIZED MOBILE STORAGE SHELVING Covers track and raised floor systems, wheels/guide systems, carriages, end panels, shelving, accessories and finishes. Includes aisle operation controls and safety system.
26 05 81 MOTORS: 0.746 TO 149 KW Specifies high capacity motors 0.746 to 149 kW (1 to 200 hp) 208/600 V, and their component parts, accessories and installation.
26 28 16.02 MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS Covers various types of moulded case circuit breakers available with optional features. Installation specified in another section as moulded case circuit breakers are open equipment.
E2020 MOVABLE FURNISHINGS Contains free-standing component system furniture, specifically furniture for workstations including acoustical panels, desk and table components, lateral and vertical file systems, steel stationary storage cabinets and seating systems.
14 32 00 MOVING WALKS Offers table in system description. Covers diverse items such as power supply, treadway, drive units and bilingual markings.
08 36 19 MULTI-LEAF VERTICAL LIFT DOORS Covers exterior door assemblies and those with thermal installation using steel or aluminum. Includes doors, guides, weight box, counterbalance, electrical operator, and accessories.
08 36 19.16 MULTI-LEAF VERTICAL LIFT METAL DOORS Design requirements cover exterior door assemblies and those with thermal installation using steel or aluminum. Includes doors, hardware, and electrical operator.
08 36 19.13 MULTI-LEAF VERTICAL LIFT WOOD DOORS Design requirements cover exterior door assemblies and those with thermal installation using wood. Includes doors, hardware, operations and electrical operator.
26 27 19 MULTI-OUTLET ASSEMBLIES Covers the installation of multi-outlet assemblies and surface raceway system, wiring and wiring devices. Includes in products: prewired receptacle harness, vinyl plastic strip and fittings.
01 12 00 MULTIPLE CONTRACT SUMMARY Covers title, location and other identification of the project, but does not include project scope. Not to be used for Public Works and Government Services Canada projects.
28 31 00.02 MULTIPLEX FIRE ALARM AND VOICE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Specifies a fully supervised, microprocessor-based, fire alarm and voice communication system, utilizing digital techniques for data control and digital, and multiplexing techniques for data transmission.
28 31 00.01 MULTIPLEX FIRE ALARM SYSTEM Specifies materials, installation procedures and accessories for multiplex fire alarm systems.
23 65 16 NATURAL DRAFT COOLING TOWERS Includes factory assembled or field erected induced draft crossflow cooling towers that discharge vertically or horizontally.
26 09 43 NETWORK LIGHTING CONTROLS Describes components including various kits. Section includes enclosures, frames, cable sets and central control.
09 22 16 NON-STRUCTURAL METAL FRAMING Covers non-loadbearing channel stud framing, floor and ceiling tracks, and non-load bearing truss stud framing system, including erection.
27 52 24 NURSES CALL SYSTEMS Provides two-way communication between nursing locations. Includes master, patient bedside, duty, and emergency call stations, corridor dome lights, power supply unit and equipment used to create system.
23 01 05 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF HVAC SYSTEMS DURING CONSTRUCTION This Section specifies the use of mechanical systems during construction and should be read in conjunction with the appropriate Division 1 sections.
D4040 OTHER FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS Contains fire suppression equipment that uses mediums other than water. Uniformat section D4040 includes: carbon dioxide extinguishing systems, wet chemical fire protection, dry chemical fire protection, clean extinguishing agent systems and foam extinguishing systems.
D3070 OTHER HVAC SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT Specifies systems related to special environmental conditioning of spaces not specifically covered in other Uniformat D-series sections. Uniformat section D3070 includes: special cooling systems and devices, humidity control, dust and fume collectors, air curtains and paint spray booth ventilation systems.
D2050 OTHER PLUMBING SYSTEMS This performance-based section specifies the criteria for any piping or other related equipment which are not included in the plumbing systems in other D2000 series documents. UniFormat section D2050 includes: compressed air systems, deionized water systems, distilled water systems, fuel oil systems, gasoline dispensing systems, helium gas systems, liquified petroleum gas systems, lubricating oil systems, natural gas systems, nitrous gas systems, oxygen gas systems, reverse osmosis systems, vacuum systems, acid waste systems and pools, and fountain equipment and piping.
26 28 13.02 OUTDOOR LOAD BREAK SWITCHES AND FUSES Covers light load and full load air break switches, and primary fuses.
26 11 00.01 OUTDOOR SUBSTATION TO 15 KV Includes materials, components and structure for outdoor substation to 15 kV. This specification is limited to tower type substation only.
26 05 32 OUTLET BOXES, CONDUIT BOXES AND FITTINGS For the installation of various boxes in non-hazardous locations. Covers fittings and service fittings.
08 33 00 OVERHEAD COILING DOORS AND GRILLES This Section specifies overhead coiling doors of narrow horizontal slats, operating vertically (rolling up at head of opening) and in wall openings for traffic purposes (human and vehicular). This includes fire rated rolling doors and grilles serving as security barriers.
33 71 73.01 OVERHEAD ELECTRICAL SERVICE Specifies service masts, insulator racks, weatherhead, conduit, conductors and metre sockets used in overhead service as well as their installation.
11 82 19 PACKAGED INCINERATORS Specify requirements desired for project regarding capabilities of incinerator. Stack and breeching also included.
23 74 00 PACKAGED OUTDOOR HVAC EQUIPMENT Covers roof mounted, self-contained, either single or multizone units. Includes items such as cabinetry, air filters, heat exchangers and burners, remote panel, etc.
23 34 23.13 PACKAGED ROOF AND WALL EXHAUSTERS Covers roof and wall exhausters in accordance with project performance requirements and installed as per manufacturer’s instructions.
33 32 13.13 PACKAGED SEWAGE LIFT, WET WELL TYPE DOES NOT INCLUDE SPEC DESCRIBED IN HEADER. Renumbered from 32 32 13.13 to meet the recommendations of the MasterFormat 2014 classification system.
26 12 19 PAD MOUNTED, LIQUID FILLED, MEDIUM VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS Covers single and three phase pad mounted transformers, including low profile single phase and three phase dead front pad mounted distribution transformers.
26 12 16.13 PAD-MOUNTED, DRY-TYPE TRANSFORMERS FOR AIRFIELD VISUAL AIDS Includes materials, equipment, enclosures and installation for small pad mounted dry-type transformers. These small pad-mounted units are as used by the Department of National Defence (DND).
C3040 PAINTING Covers painting of interiors and exteriors on various surfaces to sustainability and performance requirements.
09 91 00.08 PAINTING FOR MINOR WORKS Intended for Government – Minor Works contracts and is an abridged version of sections 09 91 13 – Exterior Painting, 09 01 90.62 – Exterior Repainting, 09 91 23 – Interior Painting and 09 01 90.63 – Interior Repainting.
08 35 13.33 PANEL FOLDING DOORS Includes folding doors (face, core and hinges), track and hanger assembly, hardware and finishes. Covers acoustical rated doors.
26 24 16.01 PANELBOARDS BREAKER TYPE Specifies panelboards with bus, mains and trim, and breakers including main breaker and lock-on devices.
26 24 16.02 PANELBOARDS SWITCH AND FUSE TYPE Covers plant assembled and custom built panelboard assemblies; highlights construction features. Does not include plug fuse panels.
11 12 00 PARKING CONTROL EQUIPMENT Includes basic equipment to control entry and exit of vehicles at parking areas. Many variations, options and accessories are available and must be carefully selected to ensure all the necessary equipment is included and is compatible with the operations desired. Discuss selection of equipment with management and equipment manufacturers. This is essential for sophisticated parking systems. Parking meters are not included.
G2020 PARKING LOT Covers asphalt and concrete parking lots, involving curbs, gutters and parking bumpers. Concrete sidewalks mentioned.
34 77 13 PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGES Specifies complete system design, manufacture and installation of the prefabricated units found around airports. Coordinate with other sections and their trades to receive and install this system.
D1013 PASSENGER ELEVATORS Specifies the criteria for electric and hydraulic passenger elevators. Identifies performance criteria as a benchmark for electric or hydraulic passenger elevator system. Materials, operators and systems used to accomplish these performance objectives are left to the prerogative of the contractors. Includes a performance specification; do not add manufacturers names or prescriptive specifications.
14 20 06 PASSENGER ELEVATORS A performance specification that identifies criteria for benchmarking in constructing a complete electric or hydraulic passenger elevator system.
27 05 28 PATHWAYS FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Use section with outlined exterior resources. Liaison required for additional requirements for client-owned telecommunications seek telecommunications consultant and for control systems seek building mechanical systems consultant.
32 01 11.01 PAVEMENT CLEANING AND MARKING REMOVAL Specifies the materials for pavement cleaning as well as the methods for the removal of pavement markings and surface cleaning.
32 01 11.02 PAVEMENT CRACK CLEANING AND FILLING Select sealing mix(es) and application method for each type and specify measurement for payment of item(s) to suit.
32 17 23 PAVEMENT MARKINGS Describes measurement for payment, materials (paint and markings, thinner, and glass reflective beads option), requirements for equipment, traffic control, application, and tolerances.
02 41 13.13 PAVING REMOVAL This Section specifies methods and procedures for the removal of existing asphalt pavement.
01 29 00 PAYMENT PROCEDURES Private sector projects only. Procedure for progress payments, schedule of values and schedule of unit price table items, substantial performance of work including payment of holdback and final payment included.
01 29 83 PAYMENT PROCEDURES FOR TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES Establishes the general requirements for inspection and testing that is specified to be carried out by a testing laboratory designated by Departmental Representative, DCC Representative or Consultant. The appointment, direction and payment for this inspection and testing are under direct control of the Departmental Representative, DCC Representative or Consultant. Specifications should refer to this section and include particular inspection, sampling and testing to be performed, laboratory address, size and quantity of samples, packaging instructions and other particular requirements affecting the Contractor’s or Design-Builder’s responsibilities and costs.
G2030 PEDESTRIAN PAVING Emphasis on quality design of a system using performance requirements. Section to be used relying on fundamental statements for pedestrian paving and minimization of material and component statements as to not conflict with performance criteria.
23 38 18 PERCHLORIC ACID FUME HOOD AND EXHAUST SYSTEM - PLASTIC Includes materials and components for the plastic perchloric acid fume hoods, ductwork, fume hood and ductwork installation.
23 38 17 PERCHLORIC ACID FUME HOOD AND EXHAUST SYSTEM - STAINLESS STEEL Contains stainless steel perchloric acid fume hoods, ductwork and performance test procedure.
23 08 13 PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION HVAC SYSTEMS Includes various tests and performance verifications for different systems including hydronic, steam, fuel oil, potable water, wet and dry pipe sprinkler systems, etc.
07 03 61.21 PERIOD COPPER SHEET ROOF REPAIR Use as a guide to specifying boards applied to metal roofs of historic buildings.
07 03 61.24 PERIOD COPPER SHEET ROOF REPLACING Describes copper sheet roofing type repairs which involve copper sheets of varying thickness and alloy, soldered or mechanically crimped seams, used on steep, standard, low-slope flat building roofs, flat seam, standing seam, and batten seam roofing.
04 03 21.26 PERIOD GLAZED STRUCTURAL CLAY FACING TILE REPAIR This specification covers the repair to period glazed structural clay facing tile made from clay, shale, fire-clay, or mixtures thereof, with or without the addition of grog or other mixtures, having a finish consisting of a ceramic glaze fused to the body at above 1500°F (655°C) making them inseparable, excluding natural salt-glazed ware.
04 03 01.13 PERIOD MASONRY CLEANING Describes the type of masonry material and soiling; the performance requirements and the number and description of stages when they start and finish.
04 03 05.16 PERIOD MASONRY GROUTING Types of grout mixes and how they are to be used on projects including equipment used and execution of work.
04 03 05.13 PERIOD MASONRY MORTARING Types of mortar used on historic projects to match existing.
04 03 05.21 PERIOD MASONRY REPOINTING Site conditions and quality assurance when repointing historic masonry and protection for new and existing brick and mortar during this process.
04 03 43.19 PERIOD STONE DISMANTLING Implies labour, supervision and monitoring is qualified in dismantling stone masonry as to not damage the historic fabric of the surrounding structure. Offers methods and techniques to remove stone masonry.
04 03 43.13 PERIOD STONE REPAIRING Obtain suitable replacement stones and/or mixes of filling, adhesive, mortar and/or plastic to repair stones. Quality assurance emphasizes knowledge of historic restoration.
04 03 43.16 PERIOD STONE REPLACING Replace stone with suitable substitute using characteristics outlined. Fabricate stone to fit with existing structure and complete replacement using mortar and accessories.
02 03 43 PERIOD STRUCTURE RELOCATING This Section is applicable to buildings identified as having historic value relative to when it was constructed when compared to contemporary building methods. This Section can include RELATED REQUIREMENTS associated with conservation treatment, and selective demolition and salvage of building components.
06 03 01.31 PERIOD WOOD STORAGE AND PROTECTION Procedures for the storage and protection of wood; not specifically for the drying of wood.
26 53 13 PHOTOLUMINESCENT SIGNAGE This Section specifies materials, finishes, the manufacture and installation of photoluminescent exit signs meeting National Building Code of Canada (NBC) and CAN/ULC-S572.
31 09 16.01 PILE DRIVING TEMPLATES Covers materials and installation, removal or protection of both temporary and permanent pile drive templates.
31 61 13 PILE FOUNDATIONS, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Contains materials, equipment, drive and testing requirements for the driving of piles. Also includes text for pile driving analyzer.
31 08 13 PILE LOAD TESTING This Section specifies the test procedures and evaluation for piles.
33 42 13 PIPE CULVERTS Contains corrugated steel and concrete pipe, corrugated polyethylene pipe and fittings, and granular bedding (and backfill). Specifies installation for bedding, pipes and joints.
23 05 17 PIPE WELDING Includes pressure pipe line welding.
06 40 23.13 PLASTIC LAMINATE FINISHING FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK Plastic laminate materials, substrates and fabrication; solid plastic laminates; special purpose plastic laminates. Refurbishing plastic laminate finishes or application of plastic laminate surfaces in the field.
07 46 33 PLASTIC SIDING Describes rigid vinyl used with accessories, sheathing paper, sealants, fasteners and sheet metal.
10 21 13.19 PLASTIC TOILET COMPARTMENTS Specifies doors, panels and screens associated with erecting plastic toilet partitions. Also, covers pilasters and internal reinforcement.
14 43 21 PLATFORM LIFTS - HYDRAULIC Includes system description that uses components, electrical wiring, conduit and fittings, power supply, lubrication, cylinder and plunger, an electro-hydraulic system, control system, platform and finishes.
D2010 PLUMBING FIXTURES This performance based section specifies the criteria for plumbing fixtures. Coordinate this section with piping connection accessories on the domestic water and sanitary waste piping systems. UniFormat section D2010 includes: water closets, urinals, lavatories, sinks, showers, bathtubs, basins, drinking fountains/coolers and other plumbing fixtures.
22 10 10 PLUMBING PUMPS Focusing on environmentally responsible and sustainable requirements, pumps include domestic hot water circulating pump, domestic water booster system, sump pump vertical shaft, sump pump submersible, and bilge and sewage pump. Performance verification of pumps along with submittals, quality assurance, reports and training are included.
22 05 15 PLUMBING SPECIALTIES AND ACCESSORIES Various materials and types available for specialty and accessory plumbing items; includes products, installation, and testing and adjusting. Multiple reference standards available pending project requirements.
23 09 43 PNEUMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR HVAC Covers products such as air pressure gauges, pilot positioners, valves, dampers, damper operators, identification, control air tubing and a control compressor station. Includes installation.
02 84 00 POLYCHLORINATE BIPHENYL REMEDIATION An environmentally hazardous substance, handling, storing, and cleaning contaminated areas is included as well as emergency response equipment and systems.
07 54 19 POLYVINYL CHLORIDE ROOFING Used in conventional membrane roofing and protected membrane roofing systems. Offers options to create a roofing system utilizing various components with an emphasis on the type of flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC) sheet membrane.
33 47 13 POND AND RESERVOIR LINERS Includes requirements for supply and installation of geomembranes for use in waste water ponds, sewage lagoons, landfill and other containment structures as an impermeable membrane. Section is developed for thermoplastic membranes. Modify to suit if elastomeric or bituminous membranes are to be used. Renumbered from 31 32 19.02 to meet the recommendations of the MasterFormat 2014 classification system.
35 51 23 PONTOONS Contains requirements for pontoons to dimensions, details and locations indicated. Pontoons specified are for pontoons of wood frame construction sheathed with plywood and covered with a glass fibre exterior coating. They form components of floats used in construction of floating wharves.
09 66 13 PORTLAND CEMENT TERRAZZO FLOORING Covers monolithic, bonded, floating standard, venetian, and epoxy bonded terrazzo flooring, along with precast and poured-in-place stairs. Bases also included.
26 05 14 POWER CABLE AND OVERHEAD CONDUCTORS (1001 V) Covers aluminum sheathed cables (1001 – 5000 V), rubber insulated and concentric neutral (both offering 1001 – 5000 V and 5001 – 15000 V) power cables, and teck power cable (1001 – 15000 V). Includes primary overhead conductors (1001 – 5000 V and 5001 – 15000 V) options.
26 35 33 POWER FACTOR CORRECTION EQUIPMENT Covers unit or assembly capacitor characteristics. Includes field quality control.
26 32 13.01 POWER GENERATION DIESEL Specifies diesel engine driven generator sets above 30 kW rating, normally 3 phase, 120/208 V to 250 kV.A, 600 V from 250 to 750 kV.A and 2400 V delta or 2400/4160 V star above 750 kV.A. For diesel engine sets 30 kW and smaller, use Section 26 32 13.02 - Power Generation to 30kW.
26 32 13.02 POWER GENERATION TO 30 KW Covers system description, generating set (including operation), control panel, automatic transfer switch, manual bypass switch, exhaust system, fuel system and cooling air system.
03 45 00 PRECAST ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE Materials and methods used to create, secure and finish precast architectural concrete to meet design and performance requirements.
03 01 41 PRECAST CONCRETE CLEANING: WATER PRESSURE METHOD This section specifies the regulatory requirements, preparations, tests and procedures to implement on site cleaning of exterior precast concrete and concrete surfaces by using water pressure washing method.
31 62 13.19 PRECAST CONCRETE PILES Describes materials used such as prestressing and reinforcing steel, etc., concrete mixes (includes suggestions to achieve various results), formwork, fabrication, curing of piles, and detensioning.
03 48 00 PRECAST CONCRETE SPECIALTIES Materials, concrete mixes, fabrication and installation for precast concrete parking curbs.
32 14 13 PRECAST CONCRETE UNIT PAVING Covers structural surface preparation and installation of concrete pavers, bedding and joint material, edge restraints, cleaning and sealing compounds.
03 41 00 PRECAST STRUCTURAL CONCRETE Products of standard or special shapes are reinforced using steel reinforcement, pre-stressed by pre-tensioning and/or post-tensioning, and through application become an integral structural part of the project. These products are normally produced using grey cement and usually have no special architectural finish.
03 41 36 PRECAST STRUCTURAL POST-TENSIONED CONCRETE Administrative procedures, materials and some installation requirements for plant precast structural members, which are post-tensioned on-site.
02 87 13.15 PRECAUTIONS FOR MOULD REMEDIATION - MAXIMUM PRECAUTIONS This Section specifies requirements and procedures for remediation of extensive mould contamination greater than 10 contiguous square meters in an area and for areas greater than 1 square meter in a HVAC system. For mould remediation projects requiring lesser precautions refer to Sections 02 87 13.13 - Precautions for Mould Remediation - Minimum Precautions and 02 87 13.14 - Precautions for Mould Remediation - Medium Precautions respectively.
02 87 13.14 PRECAUTIONS FOR MOULD REMEDIATION - MEDIUM PRECAUTIONS This Section specifies requirements and procedures for remediation of intermediate isolated areas 3 to 10 square meters of mould contaminated materials. For mould remediation projects requiring lesser or greater precautions refer to Sections 02 87 13.13 - Precautions for Mould Remediation - Minimum Precautions and 02 87 13.15 - Precautions for Mould Remediation - Maximum Precautions respectively.
02 87 13.13 PRECAUTIONS FOR MOULD REMEDIATION - MINIMUM PRECAUTIONS This Section specifies requirements and procedures for remediation of areas less than 1 to a maximum of 3 square meters and for small isolated areas of less than 1 square meter in the HVAC (heating ventilating and air-conditioning) system. For mould remediation projects requiring greater precautions refer to Sections 02 87 13.14 - Precaution for Mould Remediation - Medium Precautions and 02 87 13.15 - Precaution for Mould Remediation - Maximum Precautions respectively.
04 71 13.13 PREFACED CALCIUM SILICATE MANUFACTURED BRICK MASONRY Calcium silicate unit masonry is not recommended for use below grade or in areas where the units will be exposed to de-icing salts.
35 01 40.92 PRESERVATION OF WATER COURSES AND WETLANDS Specifies the precautions that should be considered for a project constructed near or in conjunction with a water course in order to preserve that water course.
23 21 13.03 PRESS JOINT PIPING SYSTEMS HYDRONIC SYSTEMS Select appropriate piping for project requirements and use with fittings, valves, and lubricated plug cocks to create system.
03 60 10 PRESSURE GROUTING ROCK This section specifies the requirements and operations for pressure grouting mix applications to fill voids, seams and fractures in bedrock and upper portions of existing concrete structure.
23 05 94 PRESSURE TESTING OF DUCTED AIR SYSTEMS This Section specifies pressure testing of ducts over 5 m in length, forming part of a supply, return or exhaust ductwork system directly or indirectly connected to air handling equipment.
26 41 00.01 PRIMARY LIGHTNING ARRESTERS Describes arrester characteristics using arrester component parts standards. Includes installation.
26 13 18 PRIMARY SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY TO 15 kV Coordinate with associated sections and drawings to complete this section. Covers primary switchgear assembly installation including making field connections, connecting ground bus, etc.
42 20 00 PROCESS COOLING EQUIPMENT Covers equipment for process refrigeration including compressors, condensers, receivers, condensing units, evaporators along with defrost control, connection and accessories, and their installation.
01 31 19 PROJECT MEETINGS General administrative requirements for meetings; outline and inclusions for preconstruction meeting and progress meetings.
32 01 90.23 PRUNING This Section specifies pruning, root girdling and care of wounds.
27 51 16 PUBLIC ADDRESS AND MASS NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS Includes what the system is to incorporate, its operations (paging/music) and configuration (rack mounted/standalone).
33 31 11 PUBLIC SANITARY SEWERAGE GRAVITY PIPING This Section is for gravity sewers. Use Section 33 31 23 - Sanitary Sewerage Force Mains Piping for force mains.
01 45 00 QUALITY CONTROL Administrative and financial requirements for testing, inspection and report writing requested in the specifications in order to reduce the need to repeat these requirements in applicable specification sections.
04 43 23 QUARRIED STONE VENEER CLADDING Includes limestone and sandstone. Be aware of potential radon contamination of materials and high VOC content within adhesives. Prepare and install per instructions.
09 30 15 QUARRY AND PAVER TILING Covers quarry tile and pavers along with mortar and adhesive materials, grout, accessories, and mixes utilizing outlined workmanship requirements.
26 05 33 RACEWAY AND BOXES FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Covers splice boxes and junction boxes for subway, distribution and power levels, including installation.
23 83 00.13 RADIANT HEATERS - ELECTRIC INFRARED Covers infrared radiant heaters and controls.
23 83 13 RADIANT HEATING ELECTRIC CABLES Covers radiant heating cables to standard CSA C22.2 No.130.2. Includes plastic mounting strip and installation.
23 83 13.23 RADIANT HEATING ELECTRIC CABLES - FLOOR WARMING Covers floor warming heating cables, accessories, controls, and their installation. Includes field quality control.
23 83 13.19 RADIANT HEATING ELECTRIC CABLES - SNOW MELTING Includes snow melting cables, accessories, controls (thermostat), and snow sensing controls.
23 83 00 RADIANT HEATING UNITS Specifies vacuum, condensing, non-condensing, pressure or gravity vented or unvented, high intensity or low intensity infrared heating systems designed to be compatible with either natural gas or propane fuel.
34 72 16 RAILWAY SIDING Contains various materials and their installation to create railway siding. Siding track connection to main line is usually carried out by railway company. Clearly indicate limit of work.
D2040 RAIN WATER DRAINAGE This performance-based section specifies the criteria for rain water drainage and includes performance specification information for rain water drainage piping systems, rain water drainage specialties, rain water drainage insulation. UniFormat describes the information for this section as including: rain water drainage piping systems, rain water drainage specialties, and rain water drainage insulation.
23 64 19 RECIPROCATING WATER CHILLERS Covers an air or water cooled screw type chiller package with compressor, compressor motor, evaporator, condenser, and control centre.
23 23 00 REFRIGERANT PIPING Primarily used in simple refrigeration piping interconnections such as between HVAC equipment. See section 42 20 00 - Process Cooling Equipment for complex refrigeration systems.
D3030 REFRIGERATION This performance-based section specifies the criteria for refrigeration sources for project HVAC cooling requirements. UniFormat section D3030 includes: absorption water chillers, centrifugal water chillers, reciprocating water chillers, rotary-screw water chillers, cooling towers, liquid coolers and refrigerant compressors and condensers.
01 41 00 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS Includes administrative requirements for references to codes and discovery of hazardous materials including asbestos, PCBs and mould, and their remediation.
32 32 34 REINFORCED SOIL RETAINING WALLS Specifies requirements for reinforced soil type retaining wall systems, consisting of precast facing panels and metal strip, wire mesh or geogrid and geocoir soil reinforcing elements.
02 42 00 REMOVAL AND SALVAGE OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS This Section includes content for removal and salvage of construction materials, typically forming a preliminary component to other selective demolition activities. The intent of this section is to provide the Contractor with a clear delineation between work that can be removed through the standard hammer and crowbar approach to demolition and deconstruction, and the more careful dismantling and removal process and making salvaged components usable for re-purposing within the building or for re use on a different project or site.
00 11 19.53 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - DESIGN BUILD (SINGLE PRIME CONTRACT) This document is intended for describing requirements of a design-build proposal for design or construction or both - of a project. A contract for design-build work can be formalized on a Government contract form or a CCA or CCDC form for Stipulated Price or Cost Plus or other negotiated contract form. The Contract Documents that will be defined in the General Conditions, will probably be the accepted proposal.
32 01 16.13 RESHAPING ASPHALT PAVEMENT Covers materials and equipment used to pulverize, reshape, and compact within finish tolerances.
32 11 17 RESHAPING GRANULAR ROADBED Specifies requirements for scarifying and reshaping of existing granular roadbed with addition of new granular base material where required, to lines, grades and typical cross-sections indicated or as established by Departmental Representative/ Engineer/Consultant.
23 82 33.13 RESIDENTIAL CONVECTORS Specifies baseboard convectors and their controls for residential use. Heaters have a low or standard wattage density.
22 31 13 RESIDENTIAL DOMESTIC WATER SOFTENERS Equipment and material to be compliant with manufacturer’s instructions and to conform to Health Canada’s “Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality”. Cleaning and demonstration included.
09 65 00.08 RESILIENT FLOORING FOR MINOR WORKS This Section specifies vinyl and linoleum flooring, vinyl, rubber and linoleum bases, stair treads, risers and nosing, and accessories. Preparation, flooring and base applications are specified.
09 65 16 RESILIENT SHEET FLOORING Covers floors, stairs and base applications. Items such as sheet vinyl with backing, linoleum and rubber sheet flooring, feature strips, resilient stair nosing, treads and risers are included.
09 65 19 RESILIENT TILE FLOORING Flooring, stairs and base applications included. Covers materials such as vinyl composition, high vinyl, rubber, linoleum and cork tile.
09 64 53 RESILIENT WOOD FLOORING ASSEMBLIES For use with various subfloor systems, resilient wood flooring assemblies are constructed using strip flooring of varying materials (white oak, hard maple, cork, etc.).
09 66 23 RESINOUS MATRIX TERRAZZO FLOORING Specifies administrative procedures, materials, accessories and some installation requirements for plastic matrix terrazzo. Does not include prefabricated terrazzo products. Refer to section 09 66 13 - Portland Cement Terrazzo Flooring for Portland cement terrazzo.
35 31 19 REVETMENTS Covers revetments for shoreline or channel bank protection consisting of successive layers of graded stone filters with or without geotextiles and with slope surface protection consisting of armour units of quarry rock or precast concrete.
31 37 00 RIP-RAP Specifies stone, cement mortar and geotextiles for armour, heavy, random and hand placed rip-rap.
32 12 19.13 ROAD-MIX ASPHALT PAVING WEARING COURSES This Section specifies requirements for asphalt paving by mixed-in-place methods, combining aggregate and asphalt on site using motor graders and other road mixing equipment or travel plant mixing equipment.
32 15 60 ROADWAY DUST CONTROL Includes requirements for supply and application of aqueous calcium chloride, flake calcium chloride and water for alleviation or prevention of dust nuisance caused by traffic. Choose appropriate method required for project and edit to suit.
31 24 13 ROADWAY EMBANKMENTS Covers roadway excavation, borrow excavation, and embankment construction for small projects. Provincial DOT specification equivalent used for larger projects.
26 56 19 ROADWAY LIGHTING Covers concrete, steel, aluminum and wood poles along with luminaire mounting brackets and luminaires.
31 22 16.13 ROADWAY SUBGRADE RESHAPING Describes examination, scarifying and reshaping, compacting, site tolerances, cleaning and protection.
G2010 ROADWAYS Contains various types of roadways and their installation including asphalt, concrete and interlocking pavers to design and performance loads. Covers gravel surfacing, curbs and gutters, and pavement markings.
31 23 16.26 ROCK REMOVAL If rock removal or blasting will potentially interfere with foundations of adjacent buildings, roads, or other structures, Contractor to specify in Division 01 and coordinate with Departmental Representative/DCC Representative/Consultant before construction is started.
31 63 19.13 ROCK SOCKETS FOR PILES Renumbered from 02466. Describes preparation/pile clean out, installation of sockets and anchor dowels, additional material, welding and grouting.
32 13 13.17 ROLLER COMPACTED CONCRETE PAVING This Section specifies the materials, mixes, equipment, placing and quality control requirements for producing and placing Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) used for roads, highways, parking areas, storage facilities, composting areas, industrial sites and other pavements.
B1020 ROOF CONSTRUCTION Includes design and performance requirements for wind loads, deflection, etc. Covers various types of roofing and their installation.
B3010 ROOF COVERINGS Covers sloped and flat roof construction options. Includes installation of various types of roof coverings.
07 72 33 ROOF HATCHES Covers roof hatches, including hatch covers and curbed frames to meet design requirements; made of various materials.
B3020 ROOF OPENINGS Describes various roof opening products. Design and performance requirements included.
02 25 29.23 ROOFING INVESTIGATIONS - THERMOGRAPHIC This Section specifies Thermographic Assessment will reveal whether or not there is unexpected thermal bridging, air leakage, or convection owing to missing, incorrectly applied, or shifted insulation. It will also indicate moisture accumulations resulting from exfiltration of interior warm humid air or exterior water leaking into the roof system. Thermographic patterns can be recognized as thermal bridging, irregularities in insulation, air leakage, convection, or moisture accumulation by properly trained and experienced thermographers.
23 64 26 ROTARY-SCREW WATER CHILLERS Covers an air or water cooled reciprocating chiller package with compressor, compressor motor, evaporator, condenser, refrigerant piping and control centre.
06 08 99 ROUGH CARPENTRY FOR MINOR WORKS Intended for Government - Minor Works contracts; an abridged version of sections 06 05 73 – Wood Treatment and 06 10 53 – Miscellaneous Rough Carpentry.
31 22 13 ROUGH GRADING Covers fill material and excavated or graded material existing on site that is suitable and approved. Includes stripping of topsoil, grading and testing.
32 01 18 ROUTING AND SEALING PAVEMENT CRACKS Describes maintenance in existing pavements, primarily for sealing cracks. Section 32 01 11.02 - Pavement Crack Cleaning and Filling provides preparation for overlay.
35 59 13.19 RUBBER MARINE FENDERS Specifies engineered energy absorbing fendering systems for marine and bridge pier construction.
35 31 23.13 RUBBLE MOUND BREAKWATERS Includes requirements for construction of a rubble mound breakwater consisting of component layers of rock, or rock and concrete, and to dimensions indicated.
33 47 23 SANITARY SEWAGE LAGOONS Covers the materials and procedures to create a sanitary sewage lagoon. Includes items such as dike construction, installation of sewers, linings, field quality control, etc.
33 31 23 SANITARY SEWERAGE FORCE MAIN PIPING This Section specifies the pipe materials and accessories, fill materials, preparation, installation and field testing for sewage force mains.
D2030 SANITARY WASTE This performance-based section specifies the criteria for sanitary waste and includes performance specification information for waste and vent piping, waste piping specialties, waste piping equipment and waste piping insulation. UniFormat describes the information for this section as including: waste and vent piping, waste piping specialties, waste piping equipment and waste piping insulation.
22 13 16.13 SANITARY WASTE AND VENT PIPING - CAST IRON AND COPPER Utilize manufacturer literature to handle and install copper tube and fittings (above ground only) and cast iron piping fittings (above ground and buried). Includes connections, adhesives, sustainability, testing, and performance verification.
22 13 16.16 SANITARY WASTE AND VENT PIPING - PLASTIC Materials and execution for piping and fittings including joints for drain waste vent piping in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions. Also includes performance verification, testing, installation and cleaning.
00 01 07 SEALS PAGE This section is to be used when the Project’s construction documentation (specifications, drawings and schedules) shall be stamped by a “Professional Seal” of each professional who has issued any construction document pertained to the Project. For projects in the province of Ontario, the use of this page is mandatory for any additional information.
26 41 00.02 SECONDARY LIGHTNING ARRESTERS Describes arrester characteristics using arrester component parts standards. Includes installation that connects to secondary bus and ground bus.
08 36 13.16 SECTIONAL METAL DOORS This Section specifies metal overhead operating doors consisting of hinged sections, approximately 610 mm high. Overhead hardware door is specified by the 4 commonly available service types based in usage; heavy and standard duty industrial service hardware, commercial service hardware, and residential service hardware. Included in this Section are accessories, metal finishes, electrical operation and installation requirements.
08 36 13.19 SECTIONAL PLASTIC DOORS This Section specifies commercial grade plastic overhead doors made of aluminum extrusions and double skinned plastic, single plastic or fibreglass hinged panels.
08 36 13.13 SECTIONAL WOOD DOORS This Section specifies wood overhead operating doors consisting of hinged sections, approximately 600 mm wide.
28 13 27 SECURITY DOOR SUPERVISION Specifies control panel, door switches, terminal cabinets and blocks, end-of-line resistors, alarm and system operation.
08 87 23.16 SECURITY FILMS This Section describes security films/laminates for retrofit applications to existing glass surfaces/windows where the manufactured glass needs to be enhanced for life safety and property protection. This section addresses three levels of protection This specification is intended for on site and factory installed interior surfaces of the glass or window system. The section does not include bullet resistant glass and glazing products. It is recommended that security film be used in renovation type projects and that bullet resistant glazing be used in new construction where applicable. Bullet resistant glazing should be specified in Section 08 80 00 - Glazing.
23 05 48.16 SEISMIC RESTRAINT SYSTEMS (SRS) - TYPE P2 BUILDINGS This Section specifies seismic restraint systems for all statically supported and vibration isolated equipment and systems. In addition to all mechanical, this includes laboratory fume hoods, BSC's, incinerators, kitchen equipment, electrical light fixtures, transformers, MCC's, UPS, diesel generators, standby power, fire protection.
02 41 19.13 SELECTIVE BUILDING DEMOLITION Use this Section to specify selective building demolition only. (such as structural elements, exterior walls and roofs, mechanical and electrical equipment and similar components.) Section 02 41 19.16 – Selective Interior Demolition specifies requirements for removal of finishes and interior partitions.
26 05 05 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION FOR ELECTRICAL This Section includes content for selective demolition of electrical systems, communications components, and safety and security hardware. The Section can be used as a standalone document for minor works projects or in combination with other related requirements where a more complete description of associated work results is required by complexity or extent of demolition associated with the project.
23 05 05 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION FOR HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) This Section includes content for selective demolition of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, including controls and integrated automation associated with Division 23 components. The Section can be used as a standalone document for minor works projects or in combination with other related requirements where a more complete description of associated work results is required by complexity or extent of demolition associated with the project.
22 05 05 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION FOR PLUMBING This Section includes content for selective demolition of plumbing systems, including sprinkler lines and other piping not directly associated with Division 22 components. The Section can be used as a standalone document for minor works projects or in combination with other related requirements where a more complete description of associated work results is required by complexity or extent of demolition associated with the project.
02 41 19.16 SELECTIVE INTERIOR DEMOLITION This Section specifies selective demolition of interior components of structures undergoing renovations and can be used in combination with other selective demolition section associated with site work and exterior components.
02 41 13 SELECTIVE SITE DEMOLITION Use this Section to specify selective site demolition only (such as pavements, site appurtenances, utilities and similar components). This Section can be used in conjunction with Section 02 41 19.13 – Selective Building Demolition or Section 02 41 16 - Structure Demolition to establish a complete description of expected work results required for the project.
26 24 02 SERVICE ENTRANCE BOARD Coordinate with associated sections to complete this section. Covers installation of service entrance board including checking factory made connections and incorporating other various components.
26 24 01 SERVICE EQUIPMENT Covers equipment including fused disconnect switch, circuit breaker, panelboard, ground fault equipment, etc.
09 68 16 SHEET CARPETING Specifies sheet carpet for indoor commercial use. The standard CAN/CGSB-4.129 is referenced to provide carpet for three classes of traffic use applications. Includes direct glue-down installations and installation over undercushion.
07 62 00 SHEET METAL FLASHING AND TRIM Custom sheet metal fabrications including parapet flashings, base and counter flashings, wall transition flashings, flashing at openings, closures and trim, vent pipe and chimney flashings, gutters and down-spouts, and similar sheet metal fabrications in connection with roofing and wall cladding. Products may be fabricated using prefinished steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, copper, weathering steel or stainless steel.
07 61 00 SHEET METAL ROOFING Covers flat, standing and batten seam roofing installation using copper, aluminum or steel sheet metal. Includes built-in gutters.
31 62 16.13 SHEET STEEL PILES Describes flat web and z or trough section piling with associated components. Covers source quality control for hot rolled and cold formed steel sheet piling.
06 17 53 SHOP-FABRICATED WOOD TRUSSES Designed by a Structural Engineer for proper application given project criteria. Includes design requirements, materials, fabrication and erection.
02 03 44 SHORING AND SUPPORT OF PERIOD STRUCTURES Covers bracing of structures, excavations, and window and door openings, and shoring of structures, masonry arches, and columns for underpinning using structural wood and steel.
03 37 13 SHOTCRETE Requirements listed for production and application of Portland cement concrete conveyed through a hose and applied by pneumatic projection through a spray nozzle.
10 21 16 SHOWER AND DRESSING COMPARTMENTS Includes doors and panels, pilasters and partitions, components and finishes.
08 33 36 SIDE COILING GRILLES Specifies side sliding grilles and closures which function as security barriers. Does not include counter height rolling shutters and overhead coiling doors and grilles. These are specified in Sections 08 33 00 - Overhead coiling doors and grilles and 08 33 13 - Coiling Counter Doors, side coiling grilles and closures may be specified with coiling partitions, Division 10, when both are on project, to have similar finishes and hardware.
10 14 00 SIGNAGE Specifies signs for buildings and does not include signs isolated from the building such as road or parking signs.
G1010 SITE CLEARING Identifies performance criteria for contractors to use as a benchmark for site clearing. This performance specification is a statement of required results, verifiable as meeting stipulated criteria and free of unnecessary process limitations. Materials and methods used to accomplish these performance objectives may be left to the contractor.
G1020 SITE DEMOLITION AND RELOCATIONS Covers abandonment and removal of septic tanks and tanks containing petroleum products.
G2040 SITE DEVELOPMENT Contains in general terms, site development surrounding buildings, certain performance requirements, categories of commonly used site products, and applicable installation criteria, without detailed requirements. Can be used for design-build and project management delivery methods as well as providing base requirements in an outline form for traditional contract methods.
G1030 SITE EARTHWORK Describes, in general terms, site clearing, site excavation, and backfilling and contouring, certain performance requirements, common site preparation techniques, applicable criteria, without detailed requirements. Can be used for design-build and project management delivery methods as well as providing base requirements in an outline form for traditional contract methods.
32 33 00 SITE FURNISHINGS Includes standard manufactured catalogue items such as waste containers, benches, planters, tables, bike racks and playground equipment. Renumbered from 32 37 00 to meet the recommendations of the MasterFormat 2014 classification system.
02 50 00 SITE REMEDIATION Types of technology used and the work associated. Payment information as well as site conditions and sequencing of work are included.
33 14 16 SITE WATER UTILITY DISTRIBUTION PIPING Solely for DND projects. Coal-tar-based linings not to be used in potable water pipes. Includes pipe, joints and fittings, pipe protection, valves, valve boxes and chambers, service connections, hydrants, etc. and their installation. Includes flushing and disinfecting.
A1030 SLABS ON GRADE (PERFORMANCE) Covers performance requirements for standard, structural and inclined slabs-on-grade. Includes field quality control and finishing.
08 13 73 SLIDING METAL DOORS Specifies metal fire doors operating horizontally or vertically.
08 14 73 SLIDING WOOD AND PLASTIC DOORS Uses classification ratings for door selection. Includes screens.
32 92 23 SODDING This Section includes sod, sod placement, preparation and maintenance.
31 14 13 SOIL STRIPPING AND STOCKPILING Specifies the environmentally responsible procedures for the stripping and preservation of topsoil.
01 35 13.13 SPECIAL PROJECT PROCEDURES FOR AIRPORT FACILITIES Movement of equipment and other special procedures that must be considered when construction is being carried out while the airport facility is in use.
01 35 13.43 SPECIAL PROJECT PROCEDURES FOR CONTAMINATED SITES Procedures associated with remediating contaminated sites after an initial assessment has determined that the site is contaminated. Use with section 01 35 29.13 - Health, Safety, And Emergency Response Procedures For Contaminated Sites. Site remediation sections dealing with specific remediation activities are specified elsewhere.
26 05 31 SPLITTERS, JUNCTION, PULL BOXES AND CABINETS Covers the construction and installation of splitters, junction, pull boxes and cabinets.
07 21 29.01 SPRAYED INSULATION - CELLULOSE Chemically impregnated pure cellulose fibres and their application for thermal insulation.
07 21 29 SPRAYED INSULATION - POLYURETHANE FOAM This Section covers materials, protection and application of various insulation materials that are mixed with adhesives and sprayed onto surfaces.
D4010 SPRINKLERS Contains facility sprinkler systems and related equipment. Other supplementary fire protection equipment interfacing with sprinklers will reference this section. Uniformat section D4010 includes: wet pipe fire sprinkler systems, dry pipe fire sprinkler systems, pre-action fire sprinkler systems, combination dry pipe and pre-action fire sprinkler systems and deluge fire sprinkler systems.
08 11 19 STAINLESS-STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES Specifies stainless steel doors, frames, sidelights and transoms used in storefront, entrance, vestibule and interior applications. Check manufacturers literature for recommended hardware and if it is to be provided as part of the door, specify in this section; and if not, specify in Section 08 71 00 - Doors Hardware. Include any related components such as air barriers, vapour retarders, door adapters, intake or exhaust louvers. Coordinate with and specify glass and glazing components in Section 08 80 00 - Glazing.
A1010 STANDARD FOUNDATIONS Covers various foundation types and their components to specified design/performance loads. Includes installation.
D4020 STANDPIPE AND HOSE NETWORKS Describes standpipe and hose fire protection equipment and identifies performance criteria for construction of a standpipe system, including piping and equipment.
26 33 53 STATIC UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY Covers a system description with performance for normal, battery, and internal static bypass operations. Describes installation for a complete UPS system. Includes source quality control.
23 22 13 STEAM AND CONDENSATE HEATING PIPING Specifies steel piping and fittings and is intended for steam up to 860 kPa and condensate return piping.
06 03 50.16 STEAM BENDING AND REPLACEMENT OF CURVED WOOD MEMBERS Techniques, materials and apparatus for the forming of wooden members by steam bending to be used in reconstruction or restoration of period structures.
23 22 23 STEAM CONDENSATE PUMPS Covers packaged condensate units: base and tank mounted pumps.
23 22 16 STEAM SPECIALTIES Covers items such as strainers, safety relief valves, steam traps, pressure reducing valves and flash tanks.
05 31 00 STEEL DECKING Details design criteria, materials including acoustic insulation, closures, and cover plates, types of decking, installation and erection.
31 62 16.16 STEEL H PILES Covers materials, fabrication, protective coatings, welding and installation for steel H piles.
05 21 00 STEEL JOIST FRAMING Includes the materials, fabrication and erection of steel joists.
31 62 16.14 STEEL SHEET PILE CELLS Contains requirements for construction of circular or diaphragm type steel sheet pile cellular structures.
07 46 19 STEEL SIDING Outlines steel cladding and components (strip siding, soffit, profile, fascia facings and exposed trim), fasteners, caulking, sheathing paper and accessories used and includes installation.
09 63 40 STONE FLOORING Covers stone tile, stone base, and stair treads. Mortar and grout, accessories and mixes included. Be aware of potential radon contamination of quarried stone if using for indoor application.
33 41 00 STORM UTILITY DRAINAGE PIPING Specifies requirements for supplying and installing storm sewer with bedding material.
05 14 00 STRUCTURAL ALUMINUM FOR BUILDINGS Utilize as indicated on structural drawings for building framing. Does not include light gauge products, piping, cranes, radio and television towers, bridges or transmission towers.
05 41 00 STRUCTURAL METAL STUD FRAMING Includes wind bearing steel stud systems. Does not include lightweight steel framing systems with axial loadbearing studs with joist and rafters. Erection, erection tolerances and cutouts are also covered.
08 44 23 STRUCTURAL SEALANT GLAZED CURTAIN WALLS This Section specifies an interior aluminum frame supporting an exterior glazed wall. This system has either no exterior visible mullions (four sided sealant glazed), or has mullions in either the horizontal or vertical plane (two sided sealant glazed). Glass and panels are retained in position with structural sealant and at panel perimeter. Air barriers, vapour retarders, intake or exhaust louvres, each integral with this wall system, should be included in this section.
05 12 33 STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR BRIDGES Intended for use in construction of dynamically loaded types of structures such as bridges. Consult with designer for materials and methods. Use Section 05 12 23 - Structural Steel for Buildings, for structural steel for buildings.
05 12 23 STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR BUILDINGS Structural sections as indicated on drawings and non-standard stairs not included in 05 51 00 – Metal Stairs and Ladders. Refer to references for structural requirements regarding design details and connections.
02 41 16 STRUCTURE DEMOLITION This Section specifies demolition of structures, parts of structures, basements and foundation walls. It does not include the removal of septic tanks and tanks containing petroleum products. Use Section 02 65 00 - Underground Storage Tank Removal
02 41 16.09 STRUCTURE DEMOLITION - SHORT FORM This Section is an abridged version of Sections 02 41 16 - Structure Demolition and 02 41 13 - Selective Site Demolition and is intended for projects with low element of risk or limited quantities of work associated with demolition of structures. This Section may not include all the information to adequately describe the complete scope of work for all projects and must be edited by deleting or adding the appropriate information from the complete Sections noted above.
27 10 05 STRUCTURED CABLING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Addresses the telecommunications cabling system within a building. Does not address outside-plant cabling, such as inter-building backbone cabling on a campus. This new NMS Section 27 10 05 - Structured Cabling for Communication Systems, replaces two former sections: 27 05 14 - Communications Cables Inside Buildings and 27 11 19 Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels.
33 46 16.01 SUB-DRAIN BACKFILL SEALING WITH ASPHALT Using either cutback or emulsified asphalt and backfill, this practise is to prevent the overloading of a sub-drain.
33 41 16 SUBDRAINAGE PIPING This Section specifies requirements for constructing sub-drains with granular filter and/or geotextile filter material to lines and grades indicated or directed.
01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES Includes submissions of data or products to confirm or deny conformance to Contract Documents. Coordinate this section with Section 01 79 00 - Demonstration and Training and section 01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals.
01 11 00 SUMMARY OF WORK Section includes description of construction delivered under a single Contract. Work includes labour, products, and necessary services to be performed by General Contractor (GC) under specified Contract type and project delivery method.
09 22 00 SUPPORTS FOR PLASTER AND GYPSUM BOARD Covers metal and plastic furring members for ceiling and wall installation and lath for gypsum, metal or plastic. Expansion/Control joints included.
26 05 33.01 SURFACE AND LIGHTING FIXTURE RACEWAYS Covers types of raceways and raceway systems. Fittings included along with installation.
14 43 19 SUSPENDED POWERED PLATFORMS Includes various products and equipment such as roof car, platform, and control and hoisting equipment required to meet design and performance requirements. Install as per manufacturer’s instructions.
01 33 29 SUSTAINABLE DESIGN REPORTING This Section specifies the opportunities for verification of the performance requirements and expected results included in the Concept Design and specified in Section 01 47 15 - Sustainable Requirements: Construction.
01 47 13 SUSTAINABLE REQUIREMENTS: CONCEPT DESIGN Requirements for the concept design strategy. Focuses on holistic, green design.
01 47 15 SUSTAINABLE REQUIREMENTS: CONSTRUCTION This Section addresses the initiatives for sustainable construction including choice of site, building materials and practices that contribute to indoor air quality and support green design.
01 47 19 SUSTAINABLE REQUIREMENTS: OPERATION Products, materials, services, and methods used in the operation and maintenance of the building consistent with a procurement policy of eco-purchasing that reduces the volume of wastes, material costs, toxicity of products and supports recycling.
08 42 26.33 SWINGING ALL GLASS ENTRANCES Specifies safety glass doors and lites made of tempered glass without stiles.
26 24 13 SWITCHBOARDS Covers circuit breakers of various designs, operating mechanism, auxiliaries, etc.
00 01 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS A list of included documents, specification sections, and sometimes drawing sheets.
10 11 23 TACKBOARDS Covers tackboards with various facings, cores and backings, and manufactured units. Various accessories with wood and aluminum trim finishes specified.
26 42 00.01 TELETHERMICS - CATHODIC PROTECTION Includes materials, field inspection and installation for cathodic protection.
33 65 29 TELETHERMICS - DIRECTLY BURIED, LOOSE FILL INSULATED, SYSTEMS Includes direct buried distribution systems where the fluid temperature is between 2 degrees C and 425 degrees C.
33 65 16 TELETHERMICS - DISTRIBUTION PIPING - PVC - FRP Specifies thermal fluid distribution systems from 150 mm inside the sending building to 150 mm inside the receiving building.
33 65 13 TELETHERMICS - DISTRIBUTION PIPING - STEEL Telethermics covers thermal fluid distribution systems from 150 mm inside the sending building to 150 mm inside the receiving building. Specifies the steel distribution piping used in telethermic systems.
33 65 33 TELETHERMICS - DRYABLE DRAINABLE, TESTABLE CONDUIT SYSTEMS Specifies the materials and installation for airtight, water-tight, dryable, drainable, testable system, factory pre-fabricated, pre-assembled, insulated and tested conduit systems.
33 65 26 TELETHERMICS - INSULATED AND PLASTIC JACKETTED SYSTEMS Contains factory pre-fabricated, pre-assembled, tested and insulated piping distribution systems.
33 65 46 TELETHERMICS - SHALLOW INVERTED TRENCH (SIT) SYSTEMS Describes telethermics - SIT systems using materials such as thermal insulation, pre-cast concrete inverted trench covers, inverted trench cover joint seals and location markers.
33 65 43 TELETHERMICS - STEEL TUNNEL SYSTEMS Includes materials, construction, testing and installation for steel tunnel systems.
33 07 13 TELETHERMICS - THERMAL INSULATION Specifies insulation for telethermics - tunnel systems, conduit systems and Shallow Inverted Trench (SIT) Systems emphasizing increased insulation thicknesses for conservation of thermal energy in telethermics distribution piping systems. Directly buried telethermics systems are normally insulated with loose fill type insulation. Insulated and plastic jacketted telethermics systems are normally insulated with foamed-in-place type insulation.
33 05 14.03 TELETHERMICS PRE-FABRICATED STEEL MAINTENANCE HOLES Covers factory fabricated maintenance holes, cathodic protection, sump pump, waste water ejector, and backfill materials. Includes installation.
01 56 00 TEMPORARY BARRIERS AND ENCLOSURES Types of temporary barriers and enclosures used during construction as well as affected components such as traffic flow, fire routes and access to the site.
01 50 13 TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS FOR DREDGING Temporary facilities and controls for dredging.
01 51 00 TEMPORARY UTILITIES Considerations and services related to temporary utilities that are erected then removed after project is complete.
D3050 TERMINAL AND PACKAGED UNITS This performance-based section specifies the criteria for self-contained (packaged) heating, cooling or ventilation units. Uniformat section D3050 includes: package terminal air conditioning systems (PTAC), air coils, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, terminal heat transfer units, energy recovery units, heat pumps and other heat transfer units.
27 11 20 TERMINALS AND CONNECTORS FOR COMMUNICATIONS CONDUCTORS - ENTRANCE FACILITY Section used for inter-building cables such as installation on a campus. Not covered are most exchange and toll cable installations as they are covered by the telephone authority. Includes underground telephone cable terminals, coaxial cable terminal and optical-fibre terminal.
09 66 16 TERRAZZO FLOOR TILE This Section specifies the materials, mixes and installation requirements for precast terrazzo.
04 01 20.93 TESTING AND SAMPLING BRICK UNITS FOR RESTORATION Samples of new and existing brick are subjected to various tests and procedures to ensure quality and conformity with the historic structure.
D3080 TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING This performance-based section specifies the criteria for testing, adjusting and balancing requirements for HVAC equipment covered in the Uniformat D-series sections. Includes: mechanical systems testing, adjusting, and balancing, piping systems testing, adjusting, and balancing and air systems testing, adjusting, and balancing.
23 05 93 TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING FOR HVAC Specifies information on testing, adjusting and balancing of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. Does not include commissioning of these systems.
23 05 93.13 TESTING, ADJUSTING AND BALANCING OF FUME HOODS Includes testing equipment and covers tests such as installed and integrated systems tests, as used tests with lab apparatus in place, monitor and alarm, static pressure, and noise level tests.
02 27 13 THERMOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT - BUILDING ENVELOPE Thermographic assessment will reveal whether or not there is unexpected thermal bridging, air leakage, or convection owing to missing, incorrectly applied, or shifted insulation. It will also indicate moisture accumulations resulting from exfiltration of interior warm humid air or exterior water leaking into the building envelope. Thermographic patterns can be recognized as thermal bridging, irregularities in insulation, air leakage, convection, or moisture accumulation by properly trained and experienced thermographers.
02 27 23 THERMOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Identification of thermally related anomalies in AC or DC electrical equipment that is capable of direct line of sight inspection. Inspection is intended to identify anomalies relating to localized heating arising from abnormally warm connections with high resistance caused by poor, loose, improper, corroded, old, overtightened, dissimilar metal or dirty connections.
02 27 19 THERMOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT - MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT Identifies thermally related anomalies moving parts, refractories, or heating and cooling equipment that is capable of direct line of sight inspection. Inspection is intended to identify anomalies relating to localized heating arising from worn bearings, misaligned drive belts, blocked valves, degraded refractory insulation or leaks in in-floor heating systems.
23 05 19.13 THERMOMETERS AND PRESSURE GAUGES - PIPING SYSTEMS Covers direct reading and remote reading thermometers, thermometer wells and pressure gauges.
09 68 13 TILE CARPETING Contains tile carpeting for indoor commercial use. The standard CAN/CGSB-4.129 is referenced to provide carpet for three classes of traffic use applications.
31 53 13 TIMBER CRIBWORK Includes timber fastenings, fabrication, placing and ballasting of timber cribwork.
31 62 19 TIMBER PILES Specifies the materials, preparation and installation of timber piles.
10 28 00 TOILET AND BATH ACCESSORIES This Section does not specify items such as stainless steel mirror, pre-assembled wash centre, ceiling mounted shower rod, mop and broom holder, electric towel warmer, retractable clothes line or seat cover dispenser.
32 91 19.13 TOPSOIL PLACEMENT AND GRADING Specifies topsoil, topsoil amendments, the stripping of topsoil, the preparation of existing grades, the placing of topsoil and finish grading.
32 91 19.14 TOPSOIL PLACEMENT FOR VEGETATED ROOFS Specifies topsoil, topsoil amendments, stripping of topsoil, and storage for reuse.
07 18 00 TRAFFIC COATINGS Materials, preparation, installation and testing for topping membranes.
01 55 26 TRAFFIC CONTROL Operational requirements and traffic control for heavy civil contracts when roadway traffic is to be accommodated during construction.
10 14 53 TRAFFIC SIGNAGE Covers the supply, install and painting of roadside and overhead signs including sign supports and signboards.
26 12 21 TRANSFORMER VAULT EQUIPMENT TO 15 KV Specifies transformer vault equipment including underground primary service, primary circuit breaker, utility company metering, primary bus and fuse cutouts, transformers, and secondary feeders.
06 14 00 TREATED WOOD FOUNDATIONS Determine prior to utilization requirements for Public Works and Government Services Canada projects. Not used for DND projects. Ensure treated lumber and plywood are CSA 0322 certified for preserved wood foundations. Construct and install in accordance with CAN/CSA-S406.
32 01 90.33 TREE AND SHRUB PRESERVATION Covers materials and processes used for preservation of trees and shrubs on sites.
32 93 10 TREES, SHRUBS AND GROUND COVER PLANTING Includes plant material, accessories, mulch, planting, tree support, mulching and maintenance.
26 05 39 UNDERFLOOR RACEWAYS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Includes distribution and feeder ducts, inserts, junction boxes, service fittings, supports and accessories.
33 71 73.02 UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SERVICE Specifies requirements for an underground electrical service including rigid steel galvanized conduit and fittings, conductors, meter socket, pulling iron, etc. Includes installation.
33 56 16 UNDERGROUND FUEL - STORAGE TANKS Contains administrative procedures and the materials and accessories for the installation of underground oil storage tanks. It includes mounded tanks and buried tanks.
02 65 00 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK REMOVAL Removal of tanks and related piping to avoid contamination, maintain occupational health and safety during removal and dispose of tanks and their residues in a way that does not compromise soil or ground water.
03 37 26 UNDERWATER PLACED CONCRETE Methods and mix components for concrete placed underwater.
31 62 16.19 UNFILLED TUBULAR STEEL PILES Includes materials, fabrication, protective coatings, welding and installation for steel pipe piles.
23 82 39 UNIT HEATERS Covers various unit heaters including horizontal, vertical and revolving discharge.
23 82 39.23 UNIT HEATERS - ELECTRIC Covers unit heaters and controls; includes thermostats.
08 62 00 UNIT SKYLIGHTS This Section specifies standard skylights, their glazing, curb frames, accessories and their installation.
26 11 13.01 UNIT SUBSTATION TO 15 KV Describes products used such as primary switchgear, ground fault unit, air circuit breakers, etc. Includes source quality control and installation of a substation. Coordinate with other sections to complete information required.
23 82 23 UNIT VENTILATORS Covers unit ventilators, self contained unit ventilators, and through the wall type unit ventilators, including installation.
33 36 33 UTILITY DRAINAGE FIELD Describes trench and area bed types for sewage disposal fields. Materials required and installation included.
32 14 10 Unit Paving on Sand Bed Specifies sand-set unit paving without mortared joints using clay brick pavers or granite pavers for pedestrian or light vehicular traffic, or precast concrete paving slabs or flagstone for pedestrian traffic only. See section 32 14 13 - Precast Concrete Unit Paving for specifications on precast/interlocking concrete pavers for use in pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
11 81 19 VACUUM CLEANING SYSTEMS This Section specifies the materials and installation for a complete built-in vacuum cleaning system.
23 05 23.01 VALVES - BRONZE Considered a reference section to be utilized in relevant technical sections where bronze valves are required.
23 05 23.02 VALVES - CAST IRON Considered a reference section to be utilized in relevant technical sections where cast iron valves are required.
23 05 23.03 VALVES - CAST STEEL Considered a reference section to be utilized in relevant technical sections where cast steel valves are required.
23 05 23.04 VALVES - LUBRICATED PLUG Considered a reference section to be utilized in relevant technical sections where lubricated plug valves are required.
07 26 00 VAPOUR RETARDERS Install sheet vapour barriers utilizing accessories. Installation includes exterior surface openings, perimeter seals, lap joint seals and around electrical boxes.
08 34 59.13 VAULT DOORS AND FRAMES Covers doors, frames, locking devices, finishes and trim. Ensure vault area accommodates rolling, heavy loads.
07 55 63 VEGETATED PROTECTED MEMBRANE ROOFING For green roof applications using grass, ground cover, shrubs, trees and walking pavers on the roof top.
34 71 13.28 VEHICLE BOX BEAM GUIDE RAIL Specifies requirements for supplying and installing steel box beam guide rail for medians and roadsides.
34 71 13.27 VEHICLE CABLE GUIDE RAIL Used for roadsides and medians, guide rail materials, installation and painting are included. Section references Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
34 71 13.01 VEHICLE CONCRETE BARRIERS Contains cast-in-place or precast concrete barriers for medians and roadsides.
34 71 13.21 VEHICLE GUIDE POSTS Contains requirements for supplying and installing painted timber guide posts, or supplying and installing solid plastic guide posts.
34 71 13.22 VEHICLE POST DELINEATORS To indicate boundaries for vehicles, delineators are made of steel posts and reflective markers. Includes assembly and installation.
11 11 00 VEHICLE SERVICE EQUIPMENT Covers products used within service garages such as compressed air systems, waste oil storage systems, wash bay equipment, etc.
34 71 13.25 VEHICLE W-BEAM GUIDE RAIL Includes requirements for supplying and installing steel W-beam guide rail for medians and road sides.
12 21 16 VERTICAL LOUVRE BLINDS Specifies standard and heavy duty vertical louvre blinds, secured top and bottom or top secured only (free hanging) with four basic materials for the vanes.
23 05 48 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC CONTROLS FOR HVAC Specifies vibration isolation materials and components, seismic control measures and their installation.
28 23 00 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE Specifies video monitoring components configured as a system, which perform functions related to image acquisition, video display and recording images.
09 72 16 VINYL-COATED FABRIC WALL COVERINGS Pending wall covering manufacturer data, install wall coverings using adhesive using installation methods provided for different types of fabrics.
27 31 00 VOICE COMMUNICATIONS SWITCHING AND ROUTING EQUIPMENT Coordinate with telephone and telecommunication authorities in determining requirements for installation within rooms, closets, ducts and conduits. Includes materials and installation.
11 41 23 WALK-IN COOLERS AND FREEZERS Includes fabricated and self-contained refrigeration systems, refrigeration equipment (for remote installation), pre-assembled remote refrigeration systems, drain lines and heater cables.
10 26 00 WALL AND DOOR PROTECTION Covers corner, bumper and trolley rail guards of various materials to suit project requirements.
02 56 13 WASTE CONTAINMENT Provides references and definitions regarding types of toxic waste, associated submittals required and the delivery, storage and handling of these toxic materials.
01 74 19 WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL This Section specifies selective requirements for construction waste management and disposal and is directly related to Demolition specifications, and management of waste materials forming a part of a sustainable project. The Section was intentionally written to match requirements for LEED v4.0, but can also be adapted for use with other environmentally responsible rating systems or sustainable design methodologies.
33 36 00 WASTEWATER UTILITY STORAGE TANKS Describes design requirements, concrete mixes and materials, finishes, siphon chamber (when applicable), access (holes to surface), modular wall seals, etc. Includes installation.
07 19 00 WATER REPELLENTS Confirm specified water repellent(s) are permitted by air pollution ordinances and suit project requirements. Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
35 01 40.51 WATERWAY MAINTENANCE DREDGING Specifies waterway maintenance dredging.
32 21 00.01 WELL PUMPS Specifies various types of well pumps and their installation including electrical installation. Covers discharge piping, storage and pressure tanks, pressure pump, and anchor bolts and templates.
21 23 00 WET CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS Covers administrative procedures, materials, accessories, installation and testing procedures for pre-engineered wet chemical fire protection systems.
21 13 13 WET PIPE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS Covers above ground piping systems and buried water piping systems with associated products and components in accordance with design requirements.
14 42 00 WHEELCHAIR LIFTS Design requirements so lift characteristics are suitable for project. Covers items such as piping and motors, operating panel and buttons, power supply, lift platform and enclosure.
08 50 00 WINDOWS Includes horizontal and vertical sliding, casement, projected and fixed windows. Ensure drawings indicate window elevations, dimensions, opening vents and other pertinent details.
26 05 20 WIRE AND BOX CONNECTORS (0-1000 V) Covers pressure type wire connectors, fixture type splicing connectors, bushing stud connectors, and clamps or connectors and includes installation.
32 31 26 WIRE FENCES AND GATES Contains wire fencing, gates, wood and steel posts used in the construction of wire fences.
10 22 13 WIRE MESH PARTITIONS Covers panels, posts, post extensions, standard and dutch swing doors, swing door hardware, sliding doors and service wickets.
26 05 21 WIRES AND CABLES (0-1000 V) Specifies copper, ACM alloy and aluminum conductors rated from 0-1000 Volts and the most common electrical insulation and covering materials. Does not include fire rated building wiring to ULC S139 and CSA C83, marine, hazardous, mining, instrumentation, communication and fire alarm wiring.
26 05 37 WIREWAYS AND AUXILIARY GUTTERS Covers the installation of wireways and auxiliary gutters as per manufacturer’s instructions.
26 27 26 WIRING DEVICES Covers switches, receptacles, cover plates and their installation. Includes special wiring devices and wiring devices for computer rooms.
06 15 00 WOOD DECKING Includes materials commonly used and installation instructions. Consider whether section 06 05 73 – Wood Treatment should be used for a preservative or fire retardant by pressure impregnation.
12 35 53.19 WOOD LABORATORY CASEWORK Includes wood countertop materials and fabrication, laboratory service fittings, laboratory sinks, electrical fittings, cabinets (hardware, doors, drawers, shelves, and dust cover tops) and finishes.
09 64 23 WOOD PARQUET FLOORING Materials and installation required for wood parquet flooring over wood, concrete or no subfloor.
07 31 29 WOOD SHINGLES AND SHAKES Types and application of wood shingles and shakes for roofing and wall siding.
07 46 23 WOOD SIDING Covers lumber siding, specialty panels, plywood siding, and hardboard siding and accessories. Includes exterior wall sheathing paper, fasteners and sealants.
09 64 29 WOOD STRIP AND PLANK FLOORING Contains wood strip flooring, wood sleepers, subfloor preparation and base.
06 05 73 WOOD TREATMENT This Section specifies products treated with preservative and fire-retardant by pressure impregnation. It also specifies corrosion protection requirements for hardware to be used with treated wood. Note that both structural and ground contact treated wood must be incised. In addition, some large wood members may require incising to ensure penetration, which will affect appearance.
01 14 00 WORK RESTRICTIONS Administrative procedures associated with connecting to existing services and special scheduling requirements for the project.