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Woodburn Museum & Theatre Reroof and Seismic Upgrade

Publication Date
12/07/2018 01:09 PM EST
Closing Date
01/10/2019 05:00 PM EST
Issuing Organization
City of Woodburn
Solicitation Number

Specifications include, but are not limited to: The City of Woodburn Museum & Theater re-roof and Seismic Upgrade Project consists of re-roofing the existing building, seismically upgrading the building and miscellaneous upgrading of the Woodburn Museum and Theater. Slabs: 1. Do not start slab concrete during or when it may be exposed to rain; do not continue during such weather unless suitable protection is provided. Predetermine cut-off points before commencing Work, and confine to expansion or construction joints. Expansion joints and construction joints located as shown on the Drawings or, if not shown, according to reference standards. 2. Set screeds, forms for construction joints, and isolation joints, and place 30 lb. roofing felt bond breaker strips continuously at joints with footings and walls and at rigid construction penetrating floor slabs. Set screeds accurately with a builder’s telescope level or transit and without penetrating the vapor barrier. The slabs shall be level unless specifically noted otherwise. 3. Floor slabs to be monolithic construction, of thickness and reinforced as detailed. Place reinforcing bars in conformance with the Drawings. 4. Slab concrete shall be of a flowable consistency, well tamped into place, and finishes compressed and compacted by troweling. 5. Where drainage is called for, maintain even drainage from the wall of the room to the drain. Accurately pitch floor to the drains in accordance with the Drawings and drainage requirements of the room. Floors that do not drain properly into drains will be rejected and be replaced at Contractor’s expense. 6. Wood float finish surfaces especially scheduled and when slab receives fluid applied waterproof membrane or mortar bonded ceramic tile. Refer to Drawings for areas that may require depressed slab surfaces. 7. Exposed formed joints and edges, finished with concrete finisher’s edgers, jointers and bullnose tools. Produce straight, compacted, and smoothly finished work, using straightedge tool guide wherever possible. Form a 3/8-inch radius bullnose finish to outside edges and corners unless detailed otherwise. 8. Sprinkling or adding water to the slab surface during finishing will not be permitted. In drying conditions use the specified "Hot Weather Finishing Aid" to prevent plastic finish cracking and reduce labor and time in finishing operations.

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