Federal Construction Group, Inc. will replace the bad main 6” fire suppression pipe from the check valve on the riser to, and including the tee for the first floor. This pipe is located in the East Mechanical Room and in the main corridor.
A. The Contractor shall provide all labor, material, equipment, transportation and supervision necessary to perform the Scope of Work. The Contractor shall perform all work necessary to complete the contract in a satisfactory and acceptable manner and adhere to all applicable federal, state, and local codes and regulations.
B. All material and equipment shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and NFPA 13.
C. The building’s As-Built drawings are available upon request. The contractor will need to specify which discipline of drawing they require.
D. The contractor shall coordinate with the FEAD office to ensure that there are fire watch personnel during the time that the fire suppression system is off line.
E. The Contractor shall provide the Government a minimum of at least 14 calendar days’ notice prior to each of the test (pneumatic and hydro) to allow for preparation for either contractor access or Government personnel to check for leaks.
F. The red paint on the fire suppression piping, fittings, flanges, ect… have test positive forcontaining over 6% lead by weight (see attached report). If this paint is disturbed during the demolition or installation of the new fire suppression piping, the Contractor shall follow the lead specifications in basic contract.
G. Contractor shall take all precautions to eliminate any damage to the facility and equipment.
H. Contractor shall patch and paint all penetrations to match existing.
I. All piping, fittings, couplers, gaskets and flanges shall be new. Existing hanger and bracing can be reused. All new materials (i.e. piping, fittings ect…) or any paint damaged existing materials shall be painted to match existing.