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Lessons Learned An Architectural Perspective April 21, 2005 René Tercilla, AIA, REFP Tercilla Courtemanche Architects, Inc.

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1 Lessons Learned An Architectural Perspective April 21, 2005 René Tercilla, AIA, REFP Tercilla Courtemanche Architects, Inc.

2 Modernization Projects Owner Provided Information Geo-Technical Report - Responsibility Survey - Responsibility

3 Roosevelt Elementary

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5 Modernization Projects Owner Provided Information Geo-Technical Report - Responsibility Survey - Responsibility Ed Spec

6 Starlight Cove Elementary

7 Modernization Projects Owner Provided Information Geo-Technical Report - Responsibility Survey - Responsibility Ed Spec Castaldi Analysis Interaction with Municipalities

8 Roosevelt Elementary

9 CCA Process Request for CCA Cost Estimator Input Cause: (Who Determines) Architect Suggested Contractor Suggested Design Omission Design Error Liquidated Damages Mandatory Principal Request School District Request Unforeseen Condition Outside Agency

10 Certification of Occupancy Temporary Certification vs. Certification District Checklists/Procedures

11 Occupancy

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14 1. The contractor notifies the architect in writing when the project or specified portion of the project is complete and ready for a Certificate of Occupancy inspection by the Building Department. 2. The architect will respond to the contractor's request by inspecting the project and advising: 1. If the architect determines that the project is not complete and not ready for a Certificate of Occupancy inspection by the Building Department, the architect will issue a written notice to Program Management and the contractor indicating, in detail, the reasons for that determination. The contractor will remedy these items and reapply. 2. If the architect deteffi1ines that the project is complete and ready for a Certificate of Occupancy inspection by the Building Department, the architect will issue a written certification to Program Management. Program Management will review and advise: 1. If Program Management determines that the project is not complete, Program Management will issue a written notice to the architect and the contractor indicating, in detail, the reasons for that determination. 2. If Program Management determines that the project is complete, Program Management will notify the architect, the contractor, and the Building Department. The contractor will then contact the Building Department to schedule the necessary inspections. 3. If, after inspection, the Building Department determines that the project is not complete and not ready for a Certificate of Occupancy, the Building Department may issue a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy with a detailed list of items that must be corrected to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy OR issue No Certificate and a list of items that must be corrected. If the Building Department determines that the project is complete a Certificate of Occupancy will be issued to Program Management for distribution.

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18 Required Documents As-Built Drawings including CAD Files and FISH Plans Flood Elevation Certificate Test and Balance Report (Including Shelter Mode) Asbestos Certification from Architect Threshold Inspection Certification Shelter Operations Manual

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21 Prior to Notifying Architect State Elevator Certification Fire Alarm System Record of Completion (NFPA ) Water and Sewer – Verify permanent connection authorization by provider Building Fire Proofing Certification Generator Load Bank Test and Report Fire Pump Test and Certification (NFPA 25) Fire Sprinkler Certification (above ground and under ground) (NFPA 25) Ansul System

22 Inspections Building Final Inspection (including site work) Mechanical Final Inspection Plumbing Final Inspection Fire Sprinkler Final Inspection (including Ansul system tagged) Electrical Final Inspection (including emergency power and site work) Fire Alarm Final Inspection Intercom/Systems Final Inspection Roof Final Inspection


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