Seismic design criteria, such as Seismic use group,
Supports for nonstructural elements, including
Spectral response coefficients SDS and SD1, Site
mechanical and electrical equipment.
class, Basic seismic-force-resisting system, Design
base shear, and analytical procedure must be
indicated. Additional information may be required
by the local building official.
Drawings. Systems must be fully drawn and sized to
Soil bearing pressure and lateral earth pressure
permit accurate bidding and construction.
must be indicated.
1. Demolition plans.
Schedules for foundations, columns, walls, beams,
slabs, and decks, as applicable.
2. HVAC piping layouts.
All valves must be shown. Indicate locations
4. Structural details. (All typical details must be shown
where temperature, pressure and flow gauges are
on the drawings.)
Include details for steel connections.
Include details for all fire-rated assemblies,
3. HVAC duct layouts.
indicating Underwriters Laboratories Inc. or other
All dampers, both fire dampers and volume
nationally recognized testing laboratory fire
control dampers, must be shown. Ductwork ahead
of the distribution terminal must be indicated in
Include details indicating if the assembly is
true size (double line).
restrained or unrestrained in accordance with
4. Automatic control diagram.
Appendix X to ASTM E119 (the classification
Diagram to show control signal interface,
must be determined by a licensed structural
complete with sequence of operation.
5. Layout of equipment rooms showing all mechanical
Include details for anchorage of nonstructural
6. Mechanical details.
Calculations. For any computer generated results, submit
7. Complete equipment schedules.
a model of the input data and all pertinent program
8. HVAC duct riser diagram.
material required to understand the output. A narrative of
the input and results should be contained in the
calculations as well.
1. Demolition plans.
1. Final structural calculations, including:
2. Floor plans.
Plumbing layout and fixtures; large scale plans
should be used where required for clarity.
3. Riser diagrams for waste and vent lines.
Thermal loads where significant.
4. Riser diagrams for domestic cold and hot water lines.
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A.4 Alteration Projects Construction Documents
Revised March 2005 PBS-P100