The contractor shall keep the entry door to his particular premises closed at all times during construction.
Mechanical and Janitor rooms located on the floors will not be used for storage.
All electrical room doors must be closed when not being used by contractors.
Any noisy construction activities which may cause inconvenience to existing tenants shall be done during off-hours (6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. till required). Any light fixtures removed from the ceiling shall be turned over to the Landlord or disposed of if the Landlord does not require fixtures.
Where demising walls abut the exterior wall, adapter brackets are required for the convector covers.
Convector covers are to be split and strapped at all demising and office walls.
Converter cabinets are not to be used as ladders or stepping stools.
Where return piping under radiator cabinets is dropped and visible, it shall be raised and supported with copper strapping.
After strapping, the return pipes shall not be in contact with other cabinet parts, covers, mounting screws, etc.
The contractor shall advise the Operations Personnel when he intends to make his final connections to the following systems:
• Plumbing and Drainage
Such notification is to be made at lease 24 hours in advance to minimize both the hazard and the inconvenience to himself and other tenants.
Upon completion of the work the contractor shall supply copies of “as built” drawings in CAD, permits and inspection certificates related to the work performed.
All construction material will be removed from the site upon completion.
The Tenant shall be responsible for making the necessary arrangements for the installation of his own telephones.
All cabling and communications Bix terminals must be located in the tenant space.
NOTE: Installation instructions on page 1
The Landlord must approve installation of cabling and communications data.
Any questions or communications should be directed to the Building Management:
Krista McKean, Property Manager (403) 531-3663
Scott Morrison, Chief Engineer (587) 216-8601
REVIEW OF DRAWINGS
If any proposed Leasehold Improvements affect the structure, the walls or the systems of the building, it is the intention of the Landlord to have these drawings and specifications reviewed by the base building consultants where applicable, the cost of which shall be borne by the Tenant.
THE BASE BUILDING CONSULTANTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Designcore Consulting Electrical Engineers
100, 4723 – 1st Street SW
Smith and Andersen Engineering Ltd.
420, 840 – 6 Avenue SW
Read Jones Christoffersen
508, 1816 Crowchild Trail NW