FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK
After all deficiencies have been corrected, a Letter of Final Acceptance will be issued.
PART 4 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT
END OF SECTION
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA
PART 1 GENERAL
PART 1 GENERAL
The work of this section consists of furnishing operation and maintenance data manuals.
Project Record Drawings - Section 01770.
At start of project, begin accumulating operation and maintenance data and initiate an index. Install and index all data in binders within 30 days after delivery of items. As custom written data and test results are produced, add them to the operation and maintenance data file.
Keep operation and maintenance data current. Make operation and maintenance binders available to the Contracting Officer for inspection at the time of monthly progress payment requests. If operation and maintenance binders are not current the Contracting Officer may retain an appropriate amount of the progress payment.
Before scheduling a final inspection, furnish two complete sets of operation and maintenance data to Contracting Officer for review. Should Contracting Officer find manual to be substantially incomplete, the final inspection will be delayed.
Within 30 days following receipt of review comments, deliver four completed sets of Operation and Maintenance data.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
PART 2 PRODUCTS
White, commercial quality, hard back, three-ring, 2-inch maximum ring size, lever-locking type slant ring, with clear window pockets on front and side.
Index sheet with Mylar reinforced edges at binder holes and tabbed divider sheets with Mylar reinforced edges and pre-printed numbered tabs aligned with numbers and title lines on index sheet.
PART 3 EXECUTION
PART 3 EXECUTIONS
Provide four complete sets of data.
Number multiple binder volumes consecutively.
Cover Sheet: Identify the project title, location, park, contract number, prime contractor's name and address, date of substantial completion, and binder volume number. Insert cover sheet into clear plastic view pocket on front of binder. Insert sheet with project title into side clear plastic view pocket.
Index System: Organize data into sections by common subjects and subsystems. Place a consecutively numbered tabbed divider sheet in front of each section. Place index sheet at the beginning of each binder, listing sections by subject name. If multiple binders are used, place a table of contents of all data provided behind the index sheet in each binder.
Data: Fill binders to no more than 75 percent of capacity. Punch holes shall not obscure any data. Normal sheet size shall be 8-1/2 inches by 11 inches. Fold oversize sheets and insert them in 8-1/2 by 11-inch clear pocket sheet protectors placed in binders. *When the contents of a single tabbed section cover more than one item, separate and label the data for each item.
Manufacturers' Data: Provide originals for color or copyrighted data. Black and white data may be originals or clean, good quality reproductions. Where originals are printed on both sides of the page, reproductions shall also be printed on both sides of the page. Copies produced by facsimile transmission and sheets with stamps, such as submittal approval stamps, will not be acceptable. Include only sheets that apply to items installed; cross out inapplicable data.
Vendor Furnished As-Built Drawings: Maximum 24-inch by 36-inch sheets with minimum character or lettering size of 1/8 inch. Reduced-size reproductions may be provided instead of full-size drawings if the reproductions are clear and legible. If reduced-size drawings are used, identify as "REDUCED SIZE" and provide graphic scales, if applicable.
Equipment Data Sheet: Typewritten data, using form at the end of this section.
Schedules: Clean, typewritten schedules reflecting final, as-installed conditions. Hand-written mark-ups of schedules submitted earlier are not acceptable.
Data must be legible or it will be rejected.