2 SECTION GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Provide materials, labor, and methods for telecommunications grounding and bonding system in accordance with the requirements of the local access provider(s) or telecommunications cabling system installer. Work that relates to the installation of the system shall be subject to the inspection and approval of the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). B. Drawings, details in other Divisions of these specifications, addenda, and other pertinent documents are considered to be a part of the technical requirements of this Division of the Specification insofar as they are applicable. C. The drawings and specifications requirements govern where they exceed Code and Regulation requirements. D. Where requirements between governing Codes and Regulations vary, the more restrictive provision applies. E. Nothing in the Contract Documents grants authority or permission to disregard or violate any legal requirements. F. Verify conditions on the job site applicable to this work. Notify the Architect in writing of discrepancies, conflicts, or omissions promptly upon discovery. G. The Drawings diagrammatically show arrangements of equipment fitting the space available without interference. If conditions exist which make it impossible to install work as shown, recommend solutions and/or submit drawings to the Architect for approval, showing how the work may be installed. H. Materials are to be purchased new for this project. I. Materials that are listed by UL must bear the UL label. In the event UL has no published standard for a particular item, then other independent testing standards are to apply and the applicable labeling utilized. 1.2 REFERENCED CODES AND STANDARDS: A. Execute work in accordance with the following standards; 1. TIA-568-C.1 Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard (February 2009) 2. TIA-569-B (October 2004): Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces 3. TIA-606-A Administration Standard for Commercial Telecommunications Infrastructure - (May 2002) 4. J-STD-607-A Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications, October GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
3 5. National Electrical Code, including Article 800 Communications circuits. 6. American National Standards Institute (ANSI). 7. American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM). 8. Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI). 9. National Electrical Manufacturer s Association (NEMA). 10. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). 11. Underwriters Laboratories (UL). 12. Requirements of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). 13. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), IEEE 1100 Emerald Book. 1.3 RELATED SECTIONS A. Specification sections related to the Grounding and Bonding System include: 1. Division 01- General Requirements. 2. Division 26: Electrical Systems 3. Division 27: Structured Cabling System 1.4 DEFINITIONS A. In addition to those Definitions of Division 1, the following list of terms as used in this Section shall be defined as follows: 1. Owner Texas Tech University 2. Project TTU Sports Performance Complex 3. Consultant The Owner s Technical Representative for this Section 4. Architect Gensler 5. End User TTU Athletics 6. Furnish To purchase, procure, acquire, and deliver complete with related accessories. 7. Install To set in place, join, attach, link, set up or otherwise connect together and test until complete before turning over to the Owner, all parts, items, or equipment supplied by Contractor. 8. Provide To furnish and install. B. Some processes, methods, and procedures, as well as spaces, rooms and structures, may be abbreviated or used interchangeably within this section. The following list is presented to reconcile these differences within this section. 1. TS: Telecommunications Space - A common area used for telecommunications cabling terminations and the location of telecommunications equipment. 2. Main Telephone Room Environmentally controlled TS that is the primary point of interconnection between the communication facility provided by the public switched telephone company network and the building s communications facility. 3. Main Equipment Room (MER) - Environmentally controlled space, housing the owner s computer system and associated network equipment and the SCS main fiber optic backbone distribution frame. 4. Telecommunications Closet (TC) This room is the Telecommunications Structured Cabling distribution point for an assigned area of the building. This room was formerly known as the IDF room (intermediate distribution frame). The TC is designated for an exclusive purpose of housing communications equipment and related wiring that serves a specific area of the building. TMGB: Telecommunications Main Grounding Busbar. GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
4 5. TGB: Telecommunications Grounding Busbar. 6. TBB: Telecommunications Bonding Backbone. 7. TBC: Telecommunications Bonding Conductor. 1.5 SCOPE SUMMARY A. Bonding and grounding installed in accordance with Equipment Manufacturers and Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications. These provisions include, but are not limited to, 1. Bonding and grounding of service entrances and conduits. 2. Labeling of ground bus bars, ground cables and conductors in compliance with the above mentioned Standard. 1.6 INSTALLATION OF THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS MAIN GROUNDING BUSBAR (TMGB) IN THE MAIN TELEPHONE ROOM. 1. Connection of the TMGB to the building s electrical service ground. a. Each TGB shall be directly attached to the closest point of the building's structural steel and also bonded to the TMGB via the Telecommunications Bonding Backbone (TBB) conductor. The TMGB is, in turn, connected to the building s structural steel and also to the building s main electrical service ground via the Telecommunications Bonding Conductor (TBC). b. The TBB conductor shall be continuous for vertically stacked TC rooms. Do not cut the TBB conductor at each TC. 2. Non-vertical TGBs shall be home-run connected to the TMGB via a continuous insulated copper conductor - Telecommunications Bonding Backbone (TBB). a. The TBB size shall be increased according to system design and local conditions demand. See the following sizing chart. b. Conductor Sizing Length m Size (AWG) Less than / /0 Greater than 20 3/0 c. Bonding conductors shall be routed with a minimum number of bends. Any bends placed in the conductor shall be sweeping. 3. Limiting the distance between the telecommunications closets will include designing an optimal grounding arrangement, which minimizes intersystem grounding disturbances. GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
5 4. Busbars shall be pre-drilled with holes as per the local standard s described hole pattern for attachment of bolted compression fittings. 5. Make bonding connections with listed bolts, crimp pressure connectors, clamps, or lugs. 6. Place electro tin plated copper grounding busbars of minimum specified sizes in service entrances and telecommunications closets. 7. Install a Telecommunications Grounding Busbar (TGB) in each TC as shown on drawings, convenient to equipment location. B. The Contractor will: 1. Provide labor, tools, transportation, and physical plant, to support the installation in accordance with the established time-line and standards. 2. Deliver Submittals, Shop Drawings and Test Records as specified herein. 3. Obtain permits, licenses, or other municipal requirements and pay any fees required for the execution of this Work. 4. Execute all Work in accordance with all applicable codes, ordinances, and regulations. 5. Supply accessories and minor equipment parts regularly required for a complete system, even if not specifically mentioned in these Specifications or on the associated telecommunications drawings, without claim for additional payment. 6. Coordinate, provision, and test the telecommunications grounding hardware as required in this section C. If a conflict develops between the contract document and the appropriate codes and is reported to the Architect prior to bid opening, the Architect will prepare the necessary clarification. Where a conflict is reported after contract award, propose a resolution of the conflict and, upon approval, perform work. D. Provide other material as normally required to complete a Grounding and Bonding System and to make the Grounding and Bonding System complete and ready for use by the Owner. E. Notwithstanding any detailed information in the Contract Documents, it is the responsibility of the Contractor to supply systems in full working order. F. Provide necessary labor, materials, tools to complete the installation of the Grounding and Bonding System as described in these specifications and illustrated on the associated drawings. G. Work to also include: 1. Verification of dimensions and conditions at the job site. 2. Provision of submissions. 3. Installation in accordance with the contract document, manufacturer's recommendation, and in conformity with applicable codes and the AHJ (authority having jurisdiction). 4. Maintenance services; warranty. 1.7 PRE CONSTRUCTION SUBMITTALS A. Project Submittal Requirements are defined in the Project Manual. The successful Contractor must make one single, complete pre-construction Submittal package as defined and described in the General Section, with the following additional technology specific details. GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
6 1. Provide a Drawing-List of submitted drawings. Include the title of large-sheet drawings that are packaged separately. The submittal shop drawings are to be used by the Contractor as a basis for revision mark ups to create the as-built conditions. a. Execute drawings at an appropriate scale but no smaller than 1/8. b. Large-sheet drawings. 1) Submit drawings rendered in AutoCAD or an AutoCAD -compatible application. 2) Create drawings using a monochromatic scheme and industry-standard graphics with varied line types and weight so the attributes of the various elements of the image are readily discernible. 3) Provide enlarged floor plans of Telecom Rooms with cable tray, conduits, and sleeves shown in the rooms shown to scale. 4) Provide floor plan sheets that depict: a) Pathways with primary routes and room drop-off points b) The type and quantity of pathways. c) The span distance between pathway supports 5) Depict any special installation details or unique means and methods necessary to successfully complete the telecommunications pathways installation. c. Provide a schedule of media describing the pathway types and locations. 2. Submit examples of the proposed labels, tags and markers for pathways devices a. Submit representative nomenclature with labeling as defined in TIA/EIA-606-A Class 2 Administration Standard for the Telecommunications Infrastructure of Commercial Buildings. b. Include font sizes and styles, an explanation of the rationale for the nomenclature, and a Key, which defines the descriptors and designators of the labeling system. 3. Submit appropriate cut sheets and samples for products as detailed in project specifications and drawings. Submittals shall be in written and electronic PDF format. 4. Work shall not proceed without the approval of the submitted items. 5. No substituted materials shall be installed except by written approval. Only those products that are listed as or equivalent in Part 2 of this specification will be considered for substitution. Substitution requests must be submitted as defined in the Project Manual. No substitutions will be considered during the submittal process. 6. Project Submittals Requirements: The pre-construction submittal is required to verify the Contractor will obtain the specified product, understands the processes and procedures, and understands the requirements to install, test, certify and create test record documentation for the telecommunications pathways system. a. The Submittal package is to be delivered for approval prior to commencement of Work, no later than twenty (20) days after issuance of Notice to Proceed. b. Any submittals beyond the original submittal and one resubmittal will result in charges to the Contractor (charged for third and any subsequent reviews). c. Additional review fees will be at the prevailing rate in effect at the time that the additional review(s) is (are) required. GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
7 PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 PATHWAYS A. Telecommunication Bonding Backbone Conduit Main Telephone Room to TCs 1. Sealed at both ends after placement 2. Nonmetallic conduits such as PVC are not acceptable 3. Conduit sized in field to meet TBC size 2.2 GROUNDING AND BONDING EQUIPMENT A. Telecommunications Main Grounding Busbar (TMGB) 1. 4 W x ¼ H x 12 L Busbar 2. Accepts two-hole grounding lugs 3. Wall mounted 4. Isolating insulators between busbar and mounting surface 5. UL listed 6. Acceptable product a. Panduit GB4B0612TPI-1 B. Telecommunications Grounding Busbar (TGB) 1. 2 W x ¼ H x 10 L Busbar 2. Accepts two-hole grounding lugs 3. Wall mounted 4. Isolating insulators between busbar and mounting surface 5. UL listed 6. Acceptable product C. Ground Wire a. Panduit GB2B0304TPI-1 1. Provide UL listed product 2. Provide bare copper or THHN stranded conductors 3. Provide with green band on bare copper at connection points or green jacket for insulated conductors 4. Sized in accordance with J-STD-607-A D. Compression Connector, 2 Hole 1. Provide UL listed product 2. Provide irreversible tin-plated copper connector 3. Provide with J-STD-607-A hole sizing and spacing 4. Provide crimp style, 2-hole, long barrel product 5. Provide with inspection window 6. Size connectors based on ground wire type and size 7. Provide color coded connectors GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
8 8. Acceptable product a. Panduit LCCXy (y=conductor size) E. Copper Compression HTAP Kits 1. Provide UL listed product 2. Provide with clear cover 3. Size connectors based on ground wire type and size 4. Acceptable product a. Panduit HTWCy (y=conductor size) F. Cable shield bond connector 1. Sized accordingly 2. Ground Wire Labels 3. Meets J-STD-607-A requirements 4. Provide product for use as a wrap-around or flag marker 5. Yellow in color G. Grounding Hardware 1. Provide stainless steel product 2. Provide ¼ hardware for use with ¼ busbar and compression connector hole sizes 3. Provide 3/8 hardware for use with 3/8 busbar and compression connector hole sizes 4. Provide bolt, lock washer, flat washer and nut for each compression connector PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 GENERAL A. Coordination: Work shall be in accordance with the requirements of the telephone/catv/physical security installers. This shall include the requirements for pull boxes, number of conduit bends between pull boxes, and the size and type of pull cords, wires, or ropes. 3.2 INSTALLATION A. Coordinate installation of the TMGB, TGB, TBC and TBB with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). 1. Install TMGB and TGB bus bars as specified on the drawings. 2. Provide and install the TBB from the TMGB to each TGB location in the building. Conductor sizing of the TBB is based on the table in section 1.05 of this Specification. 3. Provide and install the TBC from the TMGB back to the service equipment (power) ground. 4. Conduit ends shall have snap in bushing at each end of conduit stubs or sleeves for cable protection. 5. Raceway for TBB shall not be shared by power or any other electrical wiring that is not part of the telecommunications grounding and bonding systems. GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
9 B. 6. Install telecommunications bonding backbone wiring away from any surface that may become hot, including and not limited to, hot water piping and heating ducts. 7. HTAP connectors shall be used when the TBB is passing through a TC and continuing on to the next, follow manufacture recommendations for installation of a TBC with HTAP on the TBB. The TBB is not to be terminated on TGB unless it is the terminating end of a home run conductor from the TMGB. 8. Install TBC and TBB conductors without splices and avoid tight bends. 9. Install Long barrel 2-hole crimp style lugs, sized accordingly, are required for TBB and TBC connections. Two crimps are required at minimum for each ground lug. 1-hole crimp style lugs will not be accepted. 10. Clean TMGB/TGB surfaces prior to attaching grounding conductors and apply antioxidants to control corrosion. 3.3 TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE LABELING A. Provide identifiers, labeling and records as required by EIA/TIA 606-A standard for telecommunications infrastructure administration. 1. Both ends of telecommunications bonding backbone cable shall be labeled in accordance with the aforementioned standards. 2. Mechanically print and install per drawing details. 3. Labels shall be single line all capital letters bold font. Select font size that can be read on the applicable device or cable. 4. Ensure all surfaces are clean prior to placing labeling products. Follow manufacturer s recommendation for cleaning 5. Hand written labels are unacceptable. 3.4 TESTING A. Notify the Owner in advance of performing testing of the Grounding and Bonding system. 1. Perform a primary visual inspection of the entire Grounding and Bonding system to ensure physical connections are secure and free from corrosion. 2. Perform a secondary two-point continuity test utilizing an earth grounding resistance tester. 3. Use a ground impedance tester to determine the equipment grounding conductor impedance. Measurements made with a standard 3-lamp circuit tester are not acceptable. 3.5 CONNECTION TO BUILDING GROUND SOURCE A. Verify the main bonding and grounding conductor backbone is connected to the building electrical ground point by a licensed electrician. 3.6 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL A. Provide on-site project supervision for the duration of the project. GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
10 3.7 DAMAGES A. Replace any materials damaged in any way at no additional cost to the Owner. B. Damages to other trades materials and/or work performed as a result of this Work shall be remedied in a timely manner. 3.8 INSPECTION A. The Consultant will perform a final inspection of the Facility and verify that the work is complete and in accordance with the specifications. END OF SECTION GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
12 SECTION STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. The intent of this Section is to ensure a successful installation of an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) standardsbased Structured Cabling System (SCS) throughout the Texas Tech Sports Performance Complex. B. The SCS is to be constructed and tested to ANSI/TIA-568-C Standards for Category 5e performance. Certification requirements shall include a minimum 20 year product and performance warranty. C. The SCS provides the physical media for the Project s Local Area Network (LAN) and, as such, provides connectivity for: 1. Data and telecommunication devices 2. Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) 3. IP Video Surveillance Cameras 4. Access Control System D. The drawings and specifications requirements govern where they exceed code and regulation requirements. Where requirements between governing codes and regulations vary, the more restrictive provision applies. E. Products are to be purchased new for this project. F. Products that are listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) shall bear the UL label. In the event UL has no published standard for a particular item, then other independent testing standards shall apply and the applicable labeling utilized. G. Provisioning is required for labor, equipment, products, supplies and plant. 1.2 REFERENCED CODES AND STANDARDS A. Execute work in accordance with the following list of TIA standards. 1. TIA (OFSTP-7), Measurement of Optical Power Loss of Installed Single-Mode Fiber Cable Plant (2003). ANSI/TIA-568-C.1 Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard (February 2009) 2. TIA A (OFSTP-14), Optical Power Loss Measurements of Installed Multimode Fiber Cable Plant (1998 [R2003]) 3. ANSI/TIA-568-C.0 Generic Telecommunications Cabling for Customer Premises (February 2009) 4. ANSI/TIA-568-C.1 Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard (February 2009) STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
13 5. ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components Standards (August 2009) 6. ANSI/TIA-568-C.3 Optical Fiber Cabling Components Standard (June 2008) 7. TIA-569-B Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces - (October 2004) 8. TIA-598-C Optical Fiber Cable Color Coding (January 2005) 9. TIA-606-B Administration Standard for Commercial Telecommunications Infrastructure - (May 2002) 10. J-STD-607-A Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements For Telecommunications (2002) 11. TIA/TSB-140 Additional Guidelines for Field-Testing Length, Loss and Polarity of Optical Fiber Cabling Systems (February 2004) B. Execute work in accordance with the following published design guidelines and reference manuals for recommended methods of trade, industry, institutions or governmental organizations. 1. Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI) Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM), 13 th Edition, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)/BICSI , Standard for Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling 3. NECA/BICSI , Standard for Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding Planning and Installation Methods for Commercial Buildings 4. Texas Tech University Data Communications Cabling Specifications, November 4, 2015 C. Execute work in accordance with the following published codes, standards, and tests. 1. National Electrical Code (NEC), 2011 Handbook 2. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 3. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 4. National Electrical Manufacturer s Association (NEMA) 5. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) D. Execute work in accordance with the requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). E. Related Specifications Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems 1.3 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Verify dimensions and conditions on the job site applicable to this work. Notify the Architect in writing of discrepancies, conflicts, or omissions promptly upon discovery. B. The drawings diagrammatically show cabling and arrangements of equipment fitting the space available without interference. If conditions exist which make it impossible to install work as shown, recommend solutions and submit drawings to the Architect for approval showing how the work may be installed. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
14 C. If a conflict develops between the contract documents and the appropriate codes and is reported to the Architect prior to bid opening, the Architect will prepare the necessary clarification. When a conflict is reported after contract award, propose a resolution of the conflict and, upon approval, perform work. D. During the course of construction, room names and/or room numbers may be changed. For continuity during installation the Contractor shall refer to rooms and spaces by their identities as shown on the T series drawings. This shall apply to all correspondence, RFI s, proposal requests, and submittal packages pertaining to this Section. E. Provide temporary or permanent protection of products bearing the UL label that risk exposure to conditions that may compromise any portion of the product. 1.4 DEFINITIONS A. In addition to those Definitions of Division 1, the following list of terms as used in this Section shall be defined as follows: 1. Owner Texas Tech University 2. Project Texas Tech Sports Performance Complex 3. Consultant The Owner s Technical Representative for this Section 4. Architect Gensler 5. End User Texas Tech University Athletics 6. Furnish To purchase, procure, acquire, and deliver complete with related accessories. 7. Install To set in place, join, attach, link, set up or otherwise connect together and test until complete before turning over to the Owner, all parts, items, or equipment supplied by Contractor. 8. Provide To furnish and install. B. Some processes, methods, and procedures, as well as spaces, rooms and structure, may be abbreviated or used interchangeably within the Project Manual. The following list of terms as used in this Section shall be defined as follows: 1. Telecommunications Space (TS) - A common area used for telecommunications cabling terminations and the location of telecommunications equipment. 2. Building Distribution Frame Room (BDF) Environmentally controlled TS or a TR that is the primary point of interconnection between the campus network and the building s communications facility. 3. Telecommunications Room (TR) - Environmentally controlled TS, the Structured Cabling System distribution point for an assigned area of the building. This room was formerly known as the IDF room (intermediate distribution frame). The TR is designated for an exclusive purpose of housing communications equipment and related wiring that serves a specific area of the building. 4. Telecommunications Enclosure (TE) A cabinet, wall or free standing. The Structured Cabling System distribution point for an assigned area of the building. The TE is designated for an exclusive purpose of housing communications equipment and related wiring that serves a specific area of the building. 5. Structured Cabling System (SCS) - A SCS is defined as all required cabling including hardware, termination blocks, cross connect wire or cordage, patch panels, patch cords, telecommunication outlets, work area cords, UTP and fiber optic cable installed and configured to provide data and voice connectivity from each data or voice device to the STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
15 network file server or voice network/switch designated as the service point of the local area network. 6. Horizontal Distribution Cabling - The telecommunications cable routed between the TR and a work area outlet. Horizontal distribution cables will be 4-pair Category 5e, unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable. 7. Work Area Outlet (WAO) - The workstation end-point of the drop, or horizontal distribution cable. A schedule is provided on the related drawings to identify the type and quantity of cables terminated at the WAO. 8. Backbone - The Backbone subsystem links the BDF to each TR. It consists of the backbone transmission media (copper and fiber optic cabling) between these locations and the associated connecting hardware terminating this media. 9. WAP - Wireless Access Point 1.5 QUALIFICATIONS A. The Contractor shall be a factory trained and an authorized Integrator/Installer of the Owner selected SCS manufacture, providing the SCS warranty covering all network cable and connectivity hardware products comprising this installation site. B. The Contractor shall be experienced in the provision of systems similar in complexity to those required for this project. C. The Contractor shall submit current certificate of accreditation from the manufacture for installation training and ability to provide the minimum 20 year warranty. The Contractor shall maintain a factory trained and accredited staff covering the duration of the project. D. The Contractor shall provide the services of a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD ) for the performance of quality control during pre construction submittals, installation, equipment placement and cable testing. E. The Contractor must provide proof of certifications (i.e. DCIC) and/or proof of data training received within the last (5) years. F. The Contractor shall have five plus (10+) years experience with equipment and systems of the specified types. G. The Contractor must provide at least 5 references with names and contact information of pervious installation of $10,000 or more. H. The Contractor shall have completed a minimum of three comparable scaled projects within the last two years. I. The Contractor shall have proven abilities to test and certify telecommunications cabling systems, and to create test records in compliance with the referenced standards of this Section. J. The Contractor shall maintain a fully staffed and equipped service facility. K. The Contractor shall demonstrate an adequate staff with commensurate technical experience available. L. The Contractor shall demonstrate adequate plant and equipment available to complete the work. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
16 1.6 SCOPE SUMMARY A. Perform operations necessary to complete the installation of the SCS in accordance with this Section utilizing the related drawings. B. Coordinate exact location and installation of the following: 1. Conduits, wire-ways, cable trays external to the telecommunication spaces, floor boxes, wall boxes, pull boxes, and junction boxes 2. Slots and sleeves 3. Firestopping products 4. AC power circuits for telecommunications equipment 5. AC power circuits within telecommunications spaces 6. Plywood wall linings within telecommunications spaces 7. Lighting requirements within telecommunications spaces 8. MEP systems and equipment terminating within or intersecting telecommunications spaces 9. Grounding electrode system and equipment grounding system required for telecommunications spaces 10. WAP device data outlets C. Deliver Submittals, Shop Drawings and Cable Test Records as specified herein. D. Obtain permits, licenses, or other municipal requirements and pay any fees required for the execution of this Work. E. The drawings are an integral part of this Section. Details and schedules are shown on the drawings. F. Communications cabling shall comply with TIA 568 Standards. G. Provide backbone cabling consisting of twisted pair copper and fiber optic media as shown on the related drawings. H. Provide Category 5e, 100 MHz, horizontal link cabling for data applications extending in a star topology from the TR or TE to individual work area outlets or network devices as shown on the related drawings. I. Provide SCS fiber optic backbone cabling as shown on the related documents. All fiber termination will be fusion spliced, utilizing pigtails with specified factory terminated connectors. J. Provide faceplates, surface mount boxes, raceway products, copper and fiber optic inserts, blank inserts, patch panels, termination blocks, and copper and fiber optic patch cables. K. Provide racks to securely house telecommunications equipment and cabling termination panels. L. Power protection equipment will be Owner furnished and installed. Reserve rack space as shown in drawings for these devices. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
17 M. Provide primary and branch pathway distribution systems for the support and protection of horizontal and backbone cabling. N. Provide bonding of equipment racks, armored cable sheaths, and cable pathway systems. O. Execute Work in accordance with applicable codes, ordinances, and regulations. P. Provide the SCS complete and ready for use by the Owner. Q. Perform tests of the completed SCS installation to Category 5e performance in accordance with TIA-568-C.2, cited codes, standards, and procedures. R. Perform installation and testing utilizing trained and certified staff to authorize the system warranty certification. The Contractor shall extend this certification on behalf of the manufacturer. S. Provide instructions to the Owner s designated personnel on the system documentation, proper methods of use and maintenance of the system and related components. 1.7 PRE CONSTRUCTION SUBMITTALS A. The submittal information required by the specification is to be presented complete and as submissions noted below. Cost for the Owner's consultant to review secondary and resubmittals due to the Installer's failure to include all required submittal information, or rejection of incomplete or improperly prepared submittal information will be the responsibility of the Installer. The cost shall be based on the hourly rates of the architect and his consultants as published in their current professional fees schedules and shall also include reimbursable costs for delivery, mailing, and photocopies at direct cost plus ten percent (10%). B. Project Submittal Requirements are defined in the Project Manual. C. Provide the pre-construction Submittal Package(s) as described in the Project Manual. D. The pre-construction submittal is required to verify the Contractor will obtain the specified product, understands the processes and procedures, and understands the requirements to install, test, certify and create test record documentation for the SCS. E. Any submittals beyond the original submittal and one resubmittal will result in charges to the Contractor (charged for third and any subsequent reviews). F. Additional review fees will be at the prevailing rate in effect at the time that the additional review(s) is (are) required. G. Assemble and package the submittal as specified in this Section. H. Do not submit a copy of the Consultant s drawings without the requirements as listed in this section. Simple copies of the Consultant s drawings will not be accepted. I. Provide the quantity of Submittals (sets) as specified in Division 1, General Requirements, or the minimal requirement as follows: STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
18 1. Three (3) sets of three-ring binders containing documents such as installation schedules, valid copies of technician certifications, product lists, product specification sheets, and small-size shop drawings. 2. One set of unbound reproducible drawings and two sets of drawings printed and bound. 3. The submittal reviewer will enter comments on one printed set of the drawings. These comments will be transferred to the reproducible set of drawings, which will be returned to the Contractor. 4. The reviewer will retain the original mark-up set with their original comments as a record set. 5. The Contractor is responsible for producing copies and distribution of the reviewed drawing. 6. The title page of each binder and the large-drawing cover sheet shall be imprinted with Contractor s stamp, initialed or signed certifying that the Submittal Package offered is in compliance with the requirements of this Section, and the products are in compliance with this Section or with approved substitutions. J. Submittal formatting of the Submittal Package will be organized and contain information as defined by the following; 1. Letter-size submittal documents shall be bound in three-ring, D style, binder(s). 2. Binders shall be sized for the required number of pages plus 50% more. The maximum size of any single binder shall be a three-inch spine. Use multiple volumes when necessary. 3. The binder cover and spine shall bear the project title, submittal date, and a unique submittal number. If the submittal requires more than one binder, each binder will include a volume number, (i.e., Volume 1 of #). 4. Provide an identical electronic version in Adobe PDF format on DVD-R(s). K. Preamble information shall be inserted in the binder in front of the Chapter dividers and be structured as indicated, containing information as follows; 1. Table of Contents a. Provide the project title, submittal number, and submittal date as the header. b. Provide each chapter name, and a list of the information in each chapter. Include references to addenda or change-order numbers if applicable. c. List the entire contents of the binder(s). d. The table of contents for the entire submittal shall be included in the front of each volume and clearly delimit the contents of each volume. 2. Large Sheet Index a. Provide a large sheet Index of all the large drawing sheets included with the submittal. 3. Test Equipment a. Provide a technical description of the test equipment that will be utilized for test and certification of the SCS installation to Category 5e performance Standards. b. Identify the Manufacturer, make and model (i.e., Agilent WireScope 350, Fluke MicroScanner Pro, etc.). STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
19 c. Provide the date of the most recent calibration and company name that performed calibration. d. Submit an example of a test record document containing test records that have been created with the scheduled test equipment for the Category of cabling to be tested. L. Provide the information contained in the binder(s) segmented into Chapters with a Tabbed index sheet for each Chapter. The chapter tabbed dividers shall include the following: 1. Chapter One - Work Schedule a. Provide a chronological schedule of Work, in bar chart form. 2. Chapter Two - Certificates a. Provide copies of Certificates of certified installation personnel. Certifications dated more than two years prior to the submittal date will not be considered valid. Individual certifications are preferred. Company-wide, blanket certifications satisfy this requirement if the manufacturer s warranty accepts this type certification. 3. Chapter Three - Products a. Prepare a complete products list or Bill of Materials that includes all products that will be provided for this installation. b. Present the products list or Bill of Materials in the order in which the product is specified in Part 2 of this Section. c. The column headings for the list shall include Section, Article, and Paragraph where the product appears in this Section, the quantity of item, a model or catalog number; and a brief product description. d. Immediately following the list, insert the manufacturers product data sheet (PDS), literature, or catalog cut-sheets, for all product. e. Arrange the sheets in the same sequence and order of the list of Products. f. The literature shall provide sufficient detail to facilitate proper evaluation of the product s suitability for use within the Work. g. Any PDS or literature sheets that provide for product options, or sheets that also include items not intended for this work, shall be clearly marked with an arrow or other appropriate symbol to indicate the model and/or option being submitted for the work. 4. Chapter Four Labels, Markings, Samples a. Submit examples of the proposed labels, tags and markers for all cables, patch panels, termination blocks, bus bars, fire sleeves, enclosures, racks, outlet faceplates and other components as necessary. b. Submit representative nomenclature for equipment and cable labeling, with labeling as defined in the University s Data Communications Specifications. Include font sizes and styles, an explanation of the rationale for the nomenclature, and a Key, which defines the descriptors and designators of the labeling system. c. The label nomenclature shall correspond to the owner s directed signage and way finding program. d. All labels to be permanent and non-destructible. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
20 5. Chapter Five Shop Drawings a. Provide a list of all submitted drawings, including a listing of separate, large-size drawings. b. Large-sheet drawings; 1) Submit two (2) printed copies of each drawing rendered in AutoCAD or an AutoCAD -compatible application. 2) Execute drawings at an appropriate scale but no less than 1/8 =1-0. 3) Create drawings using industry-standard graphics and a monochromatic scheme with varied line types and weight so the attributes of the various elements of the image are readily discernable when printed in black and white. 4) Provide enlarged floor plans and elevations of all equipment rooms with equipment and ladder runway(s) placement in the rooms, shown to scale. 5) The Shop Drawings will be the source document for the As-Built drawings that the Contractor is required to provide at the close of the project. c. Provide floor plan sheets that depict; 1) Individual Service Areas of the facility. 2) TR location. 3) Work area faceplate/outlet locations. 4) Raceway locations. 5) Media pathways with primary cable routes and room drop-off points. 6) The type and quantity of cabling media in each segment of pathway. 7) The span distance between cable supports. 8) Horizontal cable link length based on above routing. d. Provide riser diagram of all backbone media including type, quantity and routing of any inter- or intra-building backbone media. e. Depict any special installation details or unique means and methods necessary to successfully complete the cabling infrastructure installation. f. Provide additional detail drawings, appropriately scaled, and depicting the following: 1) Dimensioned plan-view drawings of individual Telecommunications Spaces depicting rack types, locations, and dimensions; rack elevations depicting equipment-mounting space in racks; rack-attached wire managers; routing and storage of horizontal distribution media slack ; patch cord dress-out; and rack identifiers. 2) Dimensioned rack elevations depicting equipment-mounting space in racks, rack-attached wire managers, routing and storage of horizontal distribution media slack, patch cord dress-out, and rack identifiers. 3) Patch panel layouts, designations, and labeling strips. 4) Wall elevations of all Equipment Rooms defining locations of all equipment mounted thereon. g. Provide a schedule of media describing; 1) The type of media, horizontal, backbone fiber, etc. 2) The source and destination of the media (i.e. TR to Workstation outlet, etc.) 3) The pathways of the media (i.e., what is in conduit, in cable tray or j-hooks). STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
21 4) Cable numbers for the media. 1.8 CLOSE-OUT SUBMITTALS A. Demonstrate the SCS warranty registration process has been performed in accordance with the manufacturer s program requirements and prior to substantial completion. B. After substantial completion of the installation, revise all drawings to reflect the actual names and numbers assigned to the spaces. Use the actual names and numbers on all cable certification reports, as-built drawings, and administration documents. C. Submit Close-out documentation in accordance with Division 1 of the Project Manual and any applicable supplements. The number of submittal sets required is the greater of either the requirements of Division 1 of the Project Manual, or a minimum of four (4) sets. D. Segregate documents into separate binders containing data relevant to operational, maintenance and warranty issues. E. Appropriately duplicate data within the other separate bindings when it will reasonably clarify procedures, i.e.: operational data in maintenance binder. F. Document binders shall contain the following information: 1. Test Report Binder(s) a. Results of copper and fiber-optic tests specified in Part 3 of this Section. 1) The test records are to be a printout of individual copper media and fiber optical media test results for each fiber-optic cable strand. 2) The test record shall include information regarding the building, closet, patch panel and port number of the patch panel; the test device type and ID, the name of the test technician performing the test, and the date and time that the test was conducted. b. The test records are to be in ascending sequential order by building, closet and patch panel. c. Provide an electronic file containing all individual test records and the software required to display and print the test records using a typical personal computer (PC). 2. Products List Binder(s) a. Provide a final, complete list of products and product data sheets (PDS) in hardcopy and electronic Adobe PDF file format that have been incorporated within the Work, arranged in the same order as specified in the pre-construction submittal. 3. Record Drawings Binder(s) a. Provide drawings showing final owner room numbering only. Coordinate with the architect prior to submission. b. Provide as-built drawings of the completed cabling installation. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
22 1) The as-built drawings shall indicate: a) The actual locations of the work area faceplate/outlets b) Pathways and pathway fill c) Media identification information at each faceplate/outlet d) The identity information for each Equipment Room e) Revised equipment rack layout detail drawings f) All field changes, corrections, modifications, and updates to the shop drawings 2) One (1) color/laminated half-size floor plan drawing attached to the wall of the BDF and each TR to include the aforementioned information. Only the drop locations served from the BDF are to be included on the color/laminated drawing in the BDF. The same rule applies to each TR. 4. Warranty and Maintenance Binder(s) a. Provide a statement explaining the terms and conditions of the Extended Product Warranty and the Application Assurance Warranty to include but not limited to the warranty commencement date, length of warranty, and the requirements for moves, adds and changes during the warranty coverage period. Provide warranty certificates issued by manufacturer. b. Provide a list of contact names, telephone numbers, and hours of operation for normal warranty service. c. Provide a contact name/number for 365/7/24 emergency warranty service with an explanation of limiting conditions if applicable. d. Include maintenance phone number(s) and hours, maintenance schedule, description of products recommended or provided for maintenance purposes, and instructions for the proper use of these products. 1.9 DESCRIPTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS A. The following is intended to further describe the Work and clarify design intent and is not an exhaustive description of the SCS. B. Standards referenced herein are subject to revision. The latest standard with revision at time of contract is a requirement for this work. C. Cabinets, Racks, Frames and Enclosures 1. Provide equipment racks and enclosures in the size, quantity, and orientation required for the Project. 2. Coordinate dimensions of equipment racks and enclosures with the installed equipment. 3. Install free-standing equipment racks so that the minimum clearances are maintained to the front, rear and sides. Minimum clearances are defined as 3 feet to the front and rear of free-standing equipment and to one side of the equipment rack. Clearance is measured from the wall or from the surface of permanently installed wall mount equipment to the leading vertical surface of the rack, cable manager or installed equipment. 4. Provide a minimum of ½ inch hardware for anchoring floor-mounted equipment. 5. Install wall mount equipment rack/cabinets so that the minimum clearances are maintained to the front and sides. Minimum clearances are defined as 3 feet to the front and 6 to each side. Clearance is measured from the wall or from the surface of permanently installed wall mount equipment to the leading vertical surface of the rack. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
23 6. Coordinate the installation of power circuits and conduit to prevent obstruction of equipment mounting rails. 7. Provide seismic bracing approved by a registered professional engineer for equipment racks. 8. Provide a minimum #6 AWG equipment bonding conductor to each rack. D. Plywood Wall Lining 1. Provide A/C grade void free plywood as shown on the drawings. Install plywood with the A grade exposed. 2. Plywood shall be ¾ inch thick and installed 0-06 A.F.F. to a height of 8-06 A.F.F. 3. Plywood shall be fire-rated and painted on all surfaces with a minimum of two coats of fire retardant paint (Benjamin Moore 220 Latex Fire Retardant coating M59). 4. Mask off to allow the fire-rating mark to be exposed on each sheet of plywood. 5. Plywood and paint shall be coordinated with the AHJ to meet applicable codes. E. Termination Blocks and Patch Panels 1. Provide 24 port CAT5e panels for intra-building copper backbone cabling as shown on drawings. Terminate (1) pair, T/R, on each port (24 pairs temrinated) 2. Provide patch panels as specified for fiber optic cabling. Fiber optic patch panels shall house individual modular panels equipped with the specified fiber adapters. Fiber patch panels shall allow front and rear user access, provide multiple cable anchoring and entry points, provide patch cable management with bend radius protection, and accept labeling as specified with the front cover in the open and closed position. 3. Provide patch panels as specified for CAT 5E cabling. CAT 5E patch panels will house individual modular connectors for each cable. Patch panels will be equipped with strain relief bars and accept labeling as specified. 4. Provide 3 feet of clear working space in front of termination patch panels and termination blocks. F. Cable Management and Cable Runway 1. Provide 19 equipment rack vertical cable management panels at both ends of racks installed in a row and between racks installed in a row as shown on the drawing and specified. 2. Provide horizontal sections of cable runway within the BDF and TRs to accommodate horizontal cabling, backbone cabling, and bonding conductors for telecommunications. 3. Size cable runway based on a 40% calculated fill capacity utilizing the specified cable retaining posts. 4. Provide vertical sections of cable runway to support vertical cabling spans greater than 4 feet. 5. Provide vertical sections of cable runway to support specified and future cabling entering/exiting existing quantities of service entrance conduits stubbed into a TS. 6. Provide horizontal sections of cable runway installed 0-6 above the top of the racks. 7. Provide specified cable radius protection at each location within the BDF and TRs where cabling transitions from horizontal to vertical routing. 8. Provide specified support brackets at end points of straight horizontal sections of cable runway intersecting with structural walls. STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEM Copyright 2016 WJHW, INC.
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