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UBC Social Ecological Economic Development Studies (SEEDS) Sustainability Program Student Research Report UBC Stormwater Detention: UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Project  Luke Burrows, Emily Dressel, Leona Liang, Mike Shannon, Tim Stockton, Alexander VolkovUniversity of British Columbia CIVL 445/446 Themes: Water, Climate, Land April 8, 2019Disclaimer: “UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program provides students with the opportunity to share the findings of their studies, as well as their opinions, conclusions and recommendations with the UBC community. The reader should bear in mind that this is a student research project/report and is not an official document of UBC. Furthermore, readers should bear in mind that these reports may not reflect the current status of activities at UBC. We urge you to contact the research persons mentioned in a report or the SEEDS Sustainability Program representative about the current status of the subject matter of a project/report”.Executive Summary Our team has created this final design report for the UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Project for the University of British Columbia SEEDS Sustainability Program. Enclosed are the outline, design components, design considerations, cost estimate, construction schedule, and detailed drawings/specifications for the project. The UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) has established the UBC South Campus area as a critical section that is prone to flooding during heavy storm events and erosion of the surrounding Point Grey cliffs. The primary goals of the UBC ISMP were implemented in the design process.  The enclosed project recommends a stormwater detention pond beside the UBC CCM building that will receive and detain the 100-year rainfall event from the UBC south catchment basin. The stormwater detention pond was designed with a natural systems design approach that would be minimally invasive to the surrounding area while acting as a multiple use area. The existing site is a densely forested area that is the point of lowest elevation and the most feasible area to collect stormwater for the south catchment basin.  Stormwater runoff will be redirected to the pond by a culvert tie-in to the existing storm sewers on Wesbrook Mall road. An oil and grit separator will remove pollutants and debris from the stormwater before it enters the pond. The stormwater detention pond is designed to detain the 100-year storm runoff volume of 3000 cubic metres. A unique control structure located on theopposite side of the pond releases the runoff at a greatly reduced flow rate to decrease scouring and erosion downstream. Once exiting the storm pond, the runoff enters a series of bioswales 1  along SW Marine Drive that naturally filter and clean the runoff before entering Booming Ground Creek which feeds into the Pacific Ocean.  Our team recommends the project be constructed over the summer months of May to August, 2019, in order to mitigate risk of construction impacts during the busy school year. A final construction schedule has been created that begins with site mobilization on May 1, 2019 and conclude with final commissioning during the middle of August, 2019. After performing a Class D cost estimate, the client can expect to budget $794,750.00 for the construction of all aspects of the stormwater detention pond with an annual maintenance cost of $23,800.00.     2  Table of Contents Executive Summary 1 Table of Contents 3 1.0 Introduction 5 2.0 Design Components 6 2.1 Existing Site 6 2.2 Influent Tie-In 8 2.3 Oil and Grit Separator 9 2.4 Pond 10 2.5 Geotextile 11 2.6 Flow Control Structure 12 2.7 Bioswales 13 2.8 Vegetation and Plant Selection 15 2.9 Perimeter Walkway 15 2.10 Information Board 16 3.0 Design Considerations 16 3.1 Adherence to UBC’s Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) 16 3.2 Expected Flows 17 3.3 Budget 17 3.4 Standards 17 3.5 Draft Plan of Construction Work 18 3.6 Maintenance Plan 18 4.0 Cost Estimate 18 4.1 Design Cost 19 4.2 Permitting Cost 20 4.3 Construction Cost 20 4.4 Operational Cost 21 4.5 Contingencies 22 5.0 Conclusion 22 References 23 Appendix A: Design Details and Calculations 24 A.1 Control Structure 24 3  A.2 Bioswale Design 25 A.3 Concrete Headwall 27 Appendix B: Technical Drawings For Construction 28 Appendix C: Technical Specifications For Construction 29 Appendix D: Construction Schedule 30  List of Figures Figure 1: Aerial view of existing site 6 Figure 2: Illustration of catchment basins at UBC 7 Figure 3: Oil and Grit Separator 9 Figure 4: Full 100-year storm pond volume and normal pond elevation 11 Figure 5: Elevation view of pond control structure 12 Figure 6:  Prefabricated Concrete Headwall Unit 13 Figure 7:  Location of bioswale system along SW Marine Drive 14  List of Tables Table 1: Cost Estimate Summary 18 Table 2: Consulting Services Cost Estimate 19 Table 3: Permitting Costs 20 Table 4: Construction Cost Summary 20 Table 5: Material Cost Summary 21 Table 6: Operational Cost Summary 21 4  1.0 Introduction The UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) recommends a new design for stormwater management to replace and enhance the current system. The objective of this project is to build a multi-use integration between stormwater infrastructure and environment, also achieving the flow control to address the erosion concerns. It includes the exploration of features that can serve not only as a piece of critical infrastructure but also benefit the surrounding community. The Wetland Stormwater Detention Area is a man-made excavated pond with membrane lined for seepage prevention, passive flow control structure, oil and grit separator, bioswales for quality treatment, and ties in to existing UBC stormwater lines. The project’s construction is expected to start in May 2019 and complete in August 2019.    5  2.0 Design Components 2.1 Existing Site The existing site is a moderately wooded 3 hectare lot bounded by UBC Centre for Comparative Medicine, Wesbrook Mall, Southwest Marine Drive and the UBC Farm as shown in Figure 1.  Figure 1 : Aerial view of existing site.  The UBC campus is split into five different catchment basins as depicted in  Figure 2. Outflows from the South Campus Catchment area are released directly into the Strait of Georgia via Booming Ground Creek which is fed through a network of unlined roadside ditches and corrugated steel pipe. 6   Figure 2 : Illustration of catchment basins at UBC [2 ].  Across SW Marine Drive from the existing site is the area of Pacific Spirit Regional Park. Any access or disturbance to this area will require communication with and permission from Metro Vancouver. This project must take into special consideration during construction and operation the sandstone cliffs which flank the southern shoulder of SW Marine Drive. These landforms are 7  highly susceptible to erosion and must be protected. Significant loss of land and collapse of an arterial road would occur if these cliffs were to wash out.  Open air academic research ponds, The Centre for Comparative Medicine, and The National Research Council are all in the immediate vicinity of this site. Adequate dust protection measures must be in place to prevent contamination of these facilities. Unnecessary noise is to be limited as much as reasonably achievable to prevent disturbance to building occupants. Road bound traffic must also be cautious of private vehicles regularly entering and exiting these facilities.  2.2 Influent Tie-In The influent tie-in structure along Wesbrook Mall will use similar pipe to the existing system at 1050mm diameter.  Diversion of influent from the two main storm sewer lines for the southeast catchment will happen in such a way that the pond may be gravity fed. Lines downstream of the diversion points will be severed and capped but kept active for catchment not covered by the pond. Careful attention has been paid to minimizing disruption to the UBC Research Ponds and UBC Farm, both of which the new system will skirt. Only one new manhole will have to be added to the system adjacent to the UBC Research Ponds, others will only require alteration to existing manholes.  The City of Surrey Design Criteria requiring sewers of this diameter to have a slope of at least 0.1% was considered, but most areas had a greater slope due to connection of existing manholes.  8  2.3 Oil and Grit Separator The oil and grit separator will provide effective pretreatment of the stormwater entering the pond.  The separator will remove debris, free oils and suspended solids from the storm water to increase water quality as well as improving pond health.  Effective pre-treatment is essential for pond health.  Suspended solids in the water increase turbidity downstream which blocks the sunlight from reaching plants below the water surface, therefore inhibiting photosynthesis.  The resulting reduction of oxygen levels in the water is damaging for wildlife populations. Additionally, suspended solids absorb sunlight and increase water temperatures which further degrades the wildlife environment. Nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus are often attached to suspended solids and it it a know benefit to have these nutrients removed from the water system.  These nutrients can cause significant eutrophication of the pond if they are not appropriately mitigated.  Figure 3 : Oil and Grit Separator  9  The selected oil and grit separator, as seen in  Figure 3 is compliant with the UBC Technical Guidelines Section 33 49 00 Storm Drainage. The specified Oil and Grit separator will be a Imbrium Stormceptor STC model.  The oil and grit separator will require maintenance and regular inspection to ensure proper operation.  To determine the required maintenance schedule it is recommended that separator storage capacity be monitored weekly until buildup rates for the system have been determined.  For maintenance, only a vacuum truck will be required to remove debris and oils.   2.4 Pond The stormwater detention pond was designed to handle the 100-year storm surge, a volume of 3000 m³. As seen in the right side of  Figure  4 , the pond is depicted at its normal pond volume elevation of 59.40 m relative to sea level and the full storm surge volume at an elevation of 60.45 m. The pond was designed with a balanced cut and fill to reduce project expenses. There is a 16 m³ difference between cut and fill, meaning only 16 m³ of new fill will be required for this project. The outside slopes were designed at 5:1, primarily to allow for proper maintenance such as lawn mowing. The slope just below normal pond elevation was increased to a steeper slope in order to achieve a depth that will help reduce algae growth. The inflow and outflow locations of the stormwater were designed in such a way to allow for sediment to settle to the pond bottom before entering the control structure. The pond is also designed to have a walking and biking path around its perimeter. This provides the functionality of a multi-use space. 10   Figure 4 : Full 100-year storm pond volume and normal pond elevation.  2.5 Geotextile The suitable geotextile will be impermeable to prevent erosion of the water sensitive clay cliffs adjacent to the site and to allow for the pond to maintain its normal water level.  The clay cliffs are sensitive to water and a saturated condition could cause them to become unstable and put them at risk of erosion or trigger a landslide.  The area of campus where the pond will be located is at risk of serious flooding in a major storm event, making it important that the geomembrane is in place and working so the design measures in place can convey the flood off campus and to the ocean.  The geotextile membrane must be laid out just below the ground surface of the pond and in areas where the effluent is not otherwise prevented from infiltration .  A compacted clay layer for seepage control was considered but would require more performance testing to ensure its impermeability, therefore it is not recommended.  The specified geotextile is a linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) geomembrane made by GSE [3].  This membrane will have the required 11  flexibility to follow the contours of the pond.  Correct installation is important to ensure the membrane does not float up, and that it is impermeable to prevent erosion of the clay cliffs.  2.6 Flow Control Structure The flow control structure for the stormwater detention pond regulates the outflow rate of the pond and maintains a regular pond water elevation. An elevation view of the control structure and details is found in  Figure 5.  The pipes were sized using the City of Surrey Design Manual [1] and Manning’s formula with a roughness coefficient of 0.013 for PVC and the concrete pipe. As seen in Appendix A.1, the reverse sloped outflow pipe is 154 mm (inside diameter) PVC and the overflow pipe is 525 mm (533 mm inside diameter) Concrete Pipe [4]. The small diameter reverse sloped pipe will maintain the pond’s standard elevation and release the 3000 m³ storm surge at a maximum rate of 0.037 m³/s. The slower release rate will drain the 3000 m³ storm surge in 22 hours which greatly reduces stress on the existing infrastructure. The slow release rate is intended to reduce scouring and erosion of the downstream systems. This will give the bioswales adequate retention time to naturally filter the water and reduce the flow volume that will occur over the cliff outflow.   Figure 5 : Elevation view of pond control structure.   The concrete headwall will include baffles, leading into riprap which will reduce the hydraulic energy of the water entering the bioswales and provide scour protection [5]. The baffles are a 12  prefabricated unit available from the Langley Concrete Group [6]. The specific unit is the 11-13 Headwall Structure w/ Energy Dissipators and the section view of the baffle is seen in Figure 6 below. The concrete headwall will introduce water to the bioswale in a distributed sheet flow which is best practice for bioswale design.   Figure 6  : Prefabricated Concrete Headwall Unit [6].   2.7 Bioswales The outflow from the storm detention pond will travel approximately 200 metres alongside SW Marine Drive before it crosses the road and flows over the cliff in Booming Ground Creek. The purpose of the bioswales is to naturally improve the storm runoff water quality before entering the ocean. This will help mitigate pollutants entering the ocean from UBC’s storm runoff.  13   Figure 7 : Location of bioswale system along SW Marine Drive.   Due to the interruption of a road pullout and Wesbrook Mall road crossing the bioswale, a series of 600 mm HDPE culverts will be installed to connect the bioswales as seen in  Figure 7 . Using the City of Victoria Rainwater Management Standard, a bioswale with a bottom 100 mm perforated PVC pipe will be installed to direct the pond outflow to Booming Ground Creek [5]. Since the longitudinal slope between bioswale sections is less than 2%, there it is not necessary to include rock weirs along the length of the bioswales.   Since the bioswales are located within 300 metres of the cliffs, no ground water penetration is allowed; therefore, an impermeable membrane is recommended to line the bioswale trench. After the trench excavation, the impermeable membrane will be installed over 200 mm of sand with 600 mm minimum overlap at all joints. The bioretention growing medium must be a properly graded mix of gravels, sands, silts, and organics to facilitate adequate retention while providing 14  a fertile base for vegetation to grow. Shrub, grass, and perennial species that are resilient and native to the Pacific Northwest coast should be chosen to vegetate the bioswales. For construction sequencing, it is important to leave construction of the bioswale to the end of the overall construction timeline to avoid soil compaction and contamination due to construction runoff. Storm runoff should also be diverted away from the bioswale until the plant material has has adequate time in situ.  2.8 Vegetation and Plant Selection The role that the plants play is to decorate the pond in a visually appealing way and to sustain the aquatic environment. Various plants are selected for the pond design. Pickerel, Horsetail and Cardinal Flower are selected to be placed at the bottom of the pond with an overall height ranging from 2 to 5 feet. As for the edge of the pond, Creeping Jenny and Blue Iris are chosen because they provide easy management and resistance to animals. Vegetation will help with overall slope stability of the pond and bioswale structures. They will also provided a filtering effect for runoff and water making its way through the pond.  2.9 Perimeter Walkway The pond had been design to incorporate a walkway surrounding its perimeter. The walkway will connect to the existing walkway that is running parallel to SW Marine drive. It has been designed according to the City of Surrey Design guidelines [1]. The walkway is incorporated to achieve the projects goal of being a multi use area. A typical cross section of the walkway structure can be found in the attached drawings. 15   2.10 Information Board Education and awareness are key values to expanding sustainable infrastructure throughout UBC. Our team recommends that a permanent information board be installed on the perimeter walkway for the general public to understand the purpose of the stormwater detention pond. This project is a perfect opportunity to educate the public around sustainable stormwater runoff practices and enable UBC to further its reputation as a leader in sustainability. Stakeholders of UBC appreciate understanding how their money has been spent and an information board has the ability to do so while also educating the public.   3.0 Design Considerations 3.1 Adherence to UBC’s Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) The following goals of UBC’s ISMP were acknowledged in the design process of the stormwater detention pond:  ● Reduce flows of water off campus ● Reduce impacts through water detention ● Enhance water quality leaving campus ● Protect campus assets from flooding ● Safeguard human life ● Incorporate a natural systems approach.  16  Our team strived to achieve all of these goals while keeping a low cost and practical design approach in mind. The projected land use for the south campus area is not expected to see a large growth in public or residential facets, so a low cost design option that could achieve storm runoff performance requirements was chosen.  3.2 Expected Flows From EPA SWMM analysis and the ISMP projection, the 100-year storm surge volume for the UBC south campus catchment was calculated to be 3000 m³. The critical path in design is the culvert crossing SW Marine Drive which has a maximum flow capacity of 1.2 m³/s. The storm detention pond will release at a much slower 0.037 m³/s over a 22 hour period.   3.3 Budget It is recommended that the project goes ahead with a total budget of $794,750 as per the detailed cost estimate summarized in Section 4, as well as an annual allowance of $23,800 for the lifetime of the project.  3.4 Standards The following list of applicable standards and design manuals were used: ● 2016 City of Surrey - Design Criteria Manual [1] ● 2018 Lafarge Concrete Pipe Catalogue [2] ● 2015 City of Victoria Rainwater Management Standards [3]  17  3.5 Draft Plan of Construction Work There are 4 stages in total during the construction: mobilization on site, site grading and landscaping, installation of stormwater discharge control system, and sewer work. Project management will be implemented throughout the construction.  3.6 Maintenance Plan The maintenance plan will be implemented annually. The plan includes components such as testing, cleanup and other maintenance. The testing crew will be hired to evaluate the whole water system. If any issue is found during the testing, specific maintenance groups will be hired to resolve the problem respectively. Also, the cleanup process is to clean the dead vegetation and replace some soil if needed. Mowing the lawn and doing routine site maintenance checks will also be necessary for proper maintenance of the area.  4.0 Cost Estimate The total cost of the project is estimated at $794,750 initially with $23,800 annual operating expenses. This detailed cost estimate differs from the preliminary cost estimate primarily in that construction costs were no longer estimated using weighted location indices and cost multipliers, but instead calculated as per the actual design. Further changes and adjustments were made to ensure an accurate cost estimate, including a revised method for calculating contingencies.. The cost components of the project are summarized below in Table 4.1. Table 1 : Cost Estimate Summary Cost Component Initial Cost $  Annual Cost $ Design 101,000 - Permitting 1,000 - Construction 620,500 - 18  Operational - 21,600 Contingency 72,250 2,20 Total Project Cost 794,750 23,800  4.1 Design Cost Our team estimates the total cost for consulting services for the design of the project at $101,000. The calculated rates for consulting work are as per the Consulting Engineers Fee Guideline 2016, for 10 weeks of consulting work. Table 2 : Consulting Services Cost Estimate Service Hourly Rate $ Hours Per Week Cost $ Engineer-in-Training 123 12 1476 Assistant Project Engineer 144 12 1728 Project Engineer 162 2 324 Supervisory Engineer 199 2 398 Specialist Engineer 199 2 398 Management Engineer 227 2 454 Advanced Specialist Engineer 227 2 454 Senior Management Engineer 276 2 552     Sub-Total 5784 Technician 103 10 1030 Technician/Technologist (Drawings) 113 10 1130 Technician/Technologist (Field) 135 6 810     Sub-Total 2970 Disbursements       Minor Disbursement     463 Other Disbursement     875     Sub-Total 1338     Total Weekly Cost 10092   Total 101000     19  4.2 Permitting Cost The permitting costs associated with this project are related to tree removal, and include hiring a surveyor as well as acquiring the tree removal permit. The total permitting cost is estimated at $1,000. Table 3 : Permitting Costs  4.3 Construction Cost The total construction cost for the project is estimated at $620,500. The table below summarizes all costs for labour, equipment and project management. Table 4 : Construction Cost Summary Component Hourly Rate Total Hours Cost $ Arborist (Site Grading Contractor) 200 40 8000 Excavation (G.C. Labour Crew) 400 120 48000 Traffic Management Crew 100 130 13000 Concrete (G.C. Labor Crew) 400 100 40000 Asphalt (G.C. Labor Crew) 200 20 4000 Pipes (Plumbing Contractor) 300 70 21000   Labour Sub-Total 134000 Cement Truck Hire 100 100 10000 Excavator Hire 100 110 11000 Bulldozer Hire 100 50 5000 Dump Truck Hire 150 80 12000   Equipment Sub-Total 38000 Project Management (G.C.) 200 120 10000 20    Sub-Total 182000  The table below summarizes all costs for materials and installed components. Table 5 : Material Cost Summary Component Unit Price $ Quantity Cost $) Concrete (Control Structure) 250 / m³ 200 m³ 50000 525 mm PVC Pipe 100 / m 600 m 60000 154 mm PVC Pipe 50 / m 20 m 1000 Asphalt (Footpath) 150 / m² 200 m² 30000 Bioswales 20 / m² 200 m² 2000 Geotextile 20 / m² 13000 m² 260000 Vegetation 10 each 500 5000 Oil & Grit Separator 30,000 each 1 30000 Information Board 500 each 1 500   Sub-Total 438500  4.4 Operational Cost The operational cost consists of testing, cleaning, and general maintenance. Testing is to be performed annually, with a total of 10 labour hours annually. Cleaning is to be performed quarterly, with a total of 40 hours annually. General maintenance is to be performed annually, with a total of 8 labour hours. The total operational cost is estimated at $21,600 annually. Table 6 : Operational Cost Summary Component Hourly Rate $ Hours Annually Cost $ Testing 400 10 4000 Cleanup 400 40 16000 General Maintenance 200 8 1600   Total (Annually) 21600 21   4.5 Contingencies The total contingency cost is calculated based on a 10% factor, which includes all unforeseen additional costs. The total contingency costs are $72,250 initially and $2,200 annually.  5.0 Conclusion Our team has designed the UBC CCM Stormwater Detention Facility in accordance with data and studies provided by The University of British Columbia's Campus and Community Planning Department. This design has capacity to detain and release in a controlled manner the rainwater flows associated with a 100-year storm event as estimated by the provided EPA SWMM Model. The stormwater detention pond incorporates comprehensive design elements including a membrane lining for seepage prevention, a passive flow control structure to ensure flow control during the 100-year event, an oil and grit separator for water ensuring adequate influent quality, and bioswales for ensuring adequate effluent quality. Construction is expected to begin in May 2019 and to be complete in August 2019 at a total cost of $794,750. Our team Consulting would like to thank UBC CCP for their support on this project and look forward to provide continued supervision and expertise in its implementation.    22  References [1] City of Surrey Engineering Department, “Design Criteria Manual”, Surrey, Canada. Pg. 46-48. January 2016.  [2] UBC Campus and Community Planning, “Stormwater Management Infrastructure at UBC”, Vancouver, BC, 2019. [Online]. Available: https://planning.ubc.ca/vancouver/projects-consultations/consultations-engagement/integrated-stormwater-management-plan/Infrastructure . [Accessed Feb 2, 2019]. [3] GSE Environmental Solmax, “LLDPE Smooth Geomembranes”, United States, 2019. [Online]. Available:  http://www.gseworld.com/Products/Geomembranes/LLDPE-Smooth/ . [Accessed Feb 16, 2019]. [4] Lafarge Precast Stormwater & Wastewater Solutions, “Concrete Pipe Catalogue”, Calgary Pipe Plant, Canada. 2018.  [5] City of Victoria, “City of Victoria Stormwater Utility - Rainwater Management Standards”, Victoria, Canada. Pg. 40-49. June 2015.  [6] The Langley Concrete Group - Technical Drawings, “11-13 Headwall Structure w/ Energy Dissipator”, 2019. [Online]. Available: http://www.langleyconcrete.calls.net/index.php?page=tech-drawings#headwalls . [Accessed Jan. 14, 2019]. [7] "Guidelines by Specification Division." Guidelines by Specification Division - UBC Technical Guidelines. Accessed April 03, 2019. http://www.technicalguidelines.ubc.ca/technical/divisional_specs.htm l.   23  Appendix A: Design Details and Calculations A.1 Control Structure The pipe sizing for the control structure is based off Manning’s formula in the Surrey Design Criteria [1]. A standard size PVC pipe was selected and the concrete pipe size was selected using the Lafarge Concrete Pipe Catalogue [4].  Outflow - Reverse Sloped Pipe Diameter Q Pipe flow 0.037 m3/s A Cross sectional area of pipe 0.019 m2 R hydraulic radius 0.039 m D diameter of pipe 0.154 m S slope of energy grade line 0.053 m/m n Manning roughness coefficient 0.013 - h height above datum 0.950 m l length of pipe 20.000 m HGL hydraulic grade line 1.052 m     Use PVC Pipe with inside diameter of: 154 mm Time to drain 3000 m3 storm surge volume 22.24 hours Outflow - Concrete Pipe to Handle 1.2 m3/s Q Pipe flow 0.838 m3/s A Cross sectional area of pipe 0.223 m2 R hydraulic radius 0.133 m D inside diameter of pipe 0.533 m S slope of energy grade line 0.035 m/m n Manning roughness coefficient 0.013 - h height above datum 0.950 m l length of pipe 30.000 m HGL hydraulic grade line 1.052 m     Use Concrete Pipe with inside diameter of: 533 mm 24  Illustration of Control Structure     A.2 Bioswale Design  The locations of the bioswales are depicted below in the shaded red area with culverts connecting them in areas to be topped with concrete.    25   This typical bioswale design was taken from the City of Victoria Professional Rainwater Management Standards [5]. Weirs structures may be installed to slow runoff and allow adequate infiltration. The storm grate will provide overflow capabilities in storm surge events.   Bioswale Materials: 1) Rock weir (300 – 400 mm dia)  2) 25 mm dia drain rock, 25 mm depth  3) 50 – 75 mm dia drain rock, 100 mm depth min  4) Composted mulch, 50 – 70 mm depth  5) Bio-retention growing medium, 450 mm min  6) Reservoir, min 300 mm depth  7) Existing subgrade/native material  8) Non-woven geotextile on bottom sides  9) 100 mm diameter (min) perforated pipe  10) Overflow drain, 200 mm domed grate and adapter 26   A.3 Concrete Headwall  The concrete headwall that connects the pond outflow culvert to the bioswales is a prefabricated unit by the Langley Concrete Group [6]. The specific unit is the 11-13 Headwall Structure w/ Energy Dissipators, section details are listed below.      27 Appendix B: Technical Drawings For Construction Attached below. 28 Rev. #0UBC CCM Multiple UseStormwater Detention ProjectProject Location:Scale: NTSDRAWING INDEXTYPE DRAWING #General 1-5LANDSCAPE 1-2STORM SEWER PLAN 1-3BIOSWALE TYPICAL SECTION CS - 001 TO CS -003CONTROL STRUCTURE TYPICAL SECTION CS - 004WALKWAY CROSS SECTION CS - 005PIPE TRENCH CROSS SECTION CS - 006POND BOTTOM SECTION CS - 007ISOMETRIC FULL & NORMAL POND ISO - 001CUT & FILL DEPTHS CF - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Existing Site Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 1 of  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke Burrows Drawing Set: General 5 Scale: 1:409SW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Site Layout Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 2 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/02/2019Luke Burrows2 2SW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Existing Structures Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 3 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/19/2019 Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Tree Removal Area Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 4 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Construction Phases Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 5 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Signage Drawing Set: Landscape Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 1 of 2 Scale: 1:12 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/02/2019Luke BurrowsPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONi,---------------------------------....,....,,-----------------, i a •I I l I R Drawing Title: Walkway Plan View Dr;:iwina Set: L;:indsc;:iae Sheet Size: Arch Et 30x2 ShPPt N11mhpr·? nf? I< J.. �it Scale: 1:409 .... lc;c;11p· r.  Drawing Title: Existing Stormwater Conveyance Drawing Set: Storm  Sewers Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 1 of 3 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/19/2019Luke BurrowsPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Conveyance System Alterations Drawing Set: Storm Sewers Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 2 of 3 Scale: 1:114 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Inlet Storm Sewer Section Drawing Set:  Storm Sewers Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 3 of 3 Scale: NTS Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/05/2019Luke BurrowsPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: BioSwale Typical Sections Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 1 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonTYPICAL SECTIONBIOSWALESCALE: NTSCS - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: BioSwale Typical Sections Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 2 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/28/2019Mike ShannonTYPICAL SECTIONBIOSWALESCALE: NTSCS - 002PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: BioSwale Typical Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 3 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/28/2019Mike ShannonTYPICAL SECTIONBIOSWALESCALE: NTSCS - 003PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Control Structure Cross Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 4 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/03/2019Mike ShannonCROSS SECTIONOUTLET STRUCTURESCALE: NTSCS - 004PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Walking Path  Cross Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 5 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/03/2019Mike ShannonCROSS SECTIONWALKING PATHSCALE: NTSCS - 005PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Pipe Trench  Cross Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 6 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/05/2019Mike ShannonCROSS SECTIONPIPE TRENCHSCALE: NTSCS - 006PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Pond Bottom Sections Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 7 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonCS - 007PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Full & Normal Pond Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 1 of 1  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonISO - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONCut/Fill SummaryNameCut n Fill100 Year VolumeNormal Pond VolumeTotalsCut Factor1.0001.0001.000Fill Factor1.0001.0001.0002d Area11820sq.m3497sq.m3497sq.m18815sq.mCut4086 Cu. M.0 Cu. M.0 Cu. M.4086 Cu. M.Fill4102 Cu. M.3060 Cu. M.2316 Cu. M.9478 Cu. M.Net16 Cu. M.<Fill>3060 Cu. M.<Fill>2315 Cu. M.<Fill>5392 Cu. M.<Fill> Drawing Title: Cut & Fill Depths Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 1 of 1  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonMeters050100CF - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Appendix C: Technical Specifications For Construction The technical specifications for construction for this project are attached as a separate document titled “Team17-FinalDesignReport-AppendixC.pdf”.  UBC Technical Guidelines were used as a reference in the development of the specifications. Any construction at UBC must abide by these guidelines, so compiling the relevant sections was deemed to be the most realistic representation of an appropriate specification document. Design choices covered throughout the report abide by these specifications.  Additionally, notes on the drawings are to be used in conjunction with these specifications.  29  Appendix D: Construction Schedule  Attached below.     30 ID Task Name Duration Start0 UBC CCM Stormwater 178 days Fri 18-11-301 General Conditions 86 days Tue 19-01-012 Receive notice toproceed and signcontract3 days Tue 19-01-013 Submit bond andinsurance documents2 days Fri 19-01-044 Prepare and submit project schedule2 days Fri 18-11-305 Obtain environmental and tree removalpermits30 days Fri 19-02-016 Submit monthly requests for payment1 day Tue 19-04-307 Final design review1 day Thu 19-03-218 Submittal of finaldesign1 day Thu 19-04-049 Reviewals 88 days Fri 19-04-0510 Review tree removal plan7 days Fri 19-04-05G.C. General ManagementG.C. Project Management,G.C. General Management[25%]G.C. Project Management[25%],G.C. SchedulerG.C. Project Management[50%],G.C. Procurement[50%]O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 1Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29ID Task Name Duration Start11 Review shop drawings - geomembrane1 wk Mon 19-04-1512 Review shop drawings - reinforcing steel1 wk Fri 19-04-0513 Review shop drawings - sewersystems1 wk Fri 19-04-0514 Mobilize on Site 3 days Wed 19-05-0115 Setup laydown area2 days Wed 19-05-0116 Install silt fences along existing ditches2 days Wed 19-05-0117 Set line and grade 3 days Wed 19-05-0118 Site Grading and Landscaping43 days Wed 19-05-0119 Tree removal 14 days Wed 19-05-0120 Stone site access 2 days Thu 19-05-0221 Rough excavations1 wk Tue 19-05-21ConsultantConsultantConsultantG.C. Labor CrewPlumbing ContractorG.C. Survey CrewSite Grading ContractorSite Grading ContractorSite Grading ContractorO N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 2Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29ID Task Name Duration Start22 Placement of geomembrane3 days Wed 19-05-2223 Final site grading 5 days Mon 19-05-2724 Seeding/Planting 5 days Mon 19-06-2425 Stormwater Discharge Control System24 days Fri 19-05-2426 Excavate foundations2 days Fri 19-05-2427 Form control structure2 days Tue 19-05-2828 Set reinforcing steel2 days Thu 19-05-3029 Pour control structure1 day Mon 19-06-0330 Cure control structure7 days Mon 19-06-1731 Strip control structure forms1 day Wed 19-06-2632 Sewer Work 30 days Tue 19-05-2133 Rough in connection to existing lines2 wks Tue 19-05-2134 Install sewer connections2 days Wed 19-06-26Site Grading ContractorG.C. Survey CrewSite Grading Contractor[50%]G.C. Rough Carpenter CrewG.C. Rough Carpenter CrewG.C. Concrete CrewG.C. Labor Crew[10%]G.C. Labor Crew[10%]Plumbing ContractorPlumbing ContractorO N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 3Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29ID Task Name Duration Start35 Cleaning and camera inspection of 2 days Fri 19-06-2836 Final Clean-up and Occupancy35 days Tue 19-05-2137 Substantial completion 1 day Tue 19-07-0238 Complete deficiency punchlist3 days Wed 19-07-0339 Site demobilization34 days Tue 19-05-2140 Substantial completion date1 day Mon 19-07-0841 Issue final completion documents including 1 day Mon 19-07-0842 Issue final request for payment1 day Tue 19-07-09Cleaning and Inspection ContractorG.C. Project Management,ConsultantG.C. SuperintendentG.C. Project ManagementG.C. Project Management[33%],G.C. Accounting[33%],G.C. General Management[33%]O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 4Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29 UBC Social Ecological Economic Development Studies (SEEDS) Sustainability Program Student Research Report UBC Stormwater Detention: UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Project  Luke Burrows, Emily Dressel, Leona Liang, Mike Shannon, Tim Stockton, Alexander VolkovUniversity of British Columbia CIVL 445/446 Themes: Water, Climate, Land April 8, 2019Disclaimer: “UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program provides students with the opportunity to share the findings of their studies, as well as their opinions, conclusions and recommendations with the UBC community. The reader should bear in mind that this is a student research project/report and is not an official document of UBC. Furthermore, readers should bear in mind that these reports may not reflect the current status of activities at UBC. We urge you to contact the research persons mentioned in a report or the SEEDS Sustainability Program representative about the current status of the subject matter of a project/report”.Executive Summary Our team has created this final design report for the UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Project for the University of British Columbia SEEDS Sustainability Program. Enclosed are the outline, design components, design considerations, cost estimate, construction schedule, and detailed drawings/specifications for the project. The UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) has established the UBC South Campus area as a critical section that is prone to flooding during heavy storm events and erosion of the surrounding Point Grey cliffs. The primary goals of the UBC ISMP were implemented in the design process.  The enclosed project recommends a stormwater detention pond beside the UBC CCM building that will receive and detain the 100-year rainfall event from the UBC south catchment basin. The stormwater detention pond was designed with a natural systems design approach that would be minimally invasive to the surrounding area while acting as a multiple use area. The existing site is a densely forested area that is the point of lowest elevation and the most feasible area to collect stormwater for the south catchment basin.  Stormwater runoff will be redirected to the pond by a culvert tie-in to the existing storm sewers on Wesbrook Mall road. An oil and grit separator will remove pollutants and debris from the stormwater before it enters the pond. The stormwater detention pond is designed to detain the 100-year storm runoff volume of 3000 cubic metres. A unique control structure located on theopposite side of the pond releases the runoff at a greatly reduced flow rate to decrease scouring and erosion downstream. Once exiting the storm pond, the runoff enters a series of bioswales 1  along SW Marine Drive that naturally filter and clean the runoff before entering Booming Ground Creek which feeds into the Pacific Ocean.  Our team recommends the project be constructed over the summer months of May to August, 2019, in order to mitigate risk of construction impacts during the busy school year. A final construction schedule has been created that begins with site mobilization on May 1, 2019 and conclude with final commissioning during the middle of August, 2019. After performing a Class D cost estimate, the client can expect to budget $794,750.00 for the construction of all aspects of the stormwater detention pond with an annual maintenance cost of $23,800.00.     2  Table of Contents Executive Summary 1 Table of Contents 3 1.0 Introduction 5 2.0 Design Components 6 2.1 Existing Site 6 2.2 Influent Tie-In 8 2.3 Oil and Grit Separator 9 2.4 Pond 10 2.5 Geotextile 11 2.6 Flow Control Structure 12 2.7 Bioswales 13 2.8 Vegetation and Plant Selection 15 2.9 Perimeter Walkway 15 2.10 Information Board 16 3.0 Design Considerations 16 3.1 Adherence to UBC’s Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) 16 3.2 Expected Flows 17 3.3 Budget 17 3.4 Standards 17 3.5 Draft Plan of Construction Work 18 3.6 Maintenance Plan 18 4.0 Cost Estimate 18 4.1 Design Cost 19 4.2 Permitting Cost 20 4.3 Construction Cost 20 4.4 Operational Cost 21 4.5 Contingencies 22 5.0 Conclusion 22 References 23 Appendix A: Design Details and Calculations 24 A.1 Control Structure 24 3  A.2 Bioswale Design 25 A.3 Concrete Headwall 27 Appendix B: Technical Drawings For Construction 28 Appendix C: Technical Specifications For Construction 29 Appendix D: Construction Schedule 30  List of Figures Figure 1: Aerial view of existing site 6 Figure 2: Illustration of catchment basins at UBC 7 Figure 3: Oil and Grit Separator 9 Figure 4: Full 100-year storm pond volume and normal pond elevation 11 Figure 5: Elevation view of pond control structure 12 Figure 6:  Prefabricated Concrete Headwall Unit 13 Figure 7:  Location of bioswale system along SW Marine Drive 14  List of Tables Table 1: Cost Estimate Summary 18 Table 2: Consulting Services Cost Estimate 19 Table 3: Permitting Costs 20 Table 4: Construction Cost Summary 20 Table 5: Material Cost Summary 21 Table 6: Operational Cost Summary 21 4  1.0 Introduction The UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) recommends a new design for stormwater management to replace and enhance the current system. The objective of this project is to build a multi-use integration between stormwater infrastructure and environment, also achieving the flow control to address the erosion concerns. It includes the exploration of features that can serve not only as a piece of critical infrastructure but also benefit the surrounding community. The Wetland Stormwater Detention Area is a man-made excavated pond with membrane lined for seepage prevention, passive flow control structure, oil and grit separator, bioswales for quality treatment, and ties in to existing UBC stormwater lines. The project’s construction is expected to start in May 2019 and complete in August 2019.    5  2.0 Design Components 2.1 Existing Site The existing site is a moderately wooded 3 hectare lot bounded by UBC Centre for Comparative Medicine, Wesbrook Mall, Southwest Marine Drive and the UBC Farm as shown in Figure 1.  Figure 1 : Aerial view of existing site.  The UBC campus is split into five different catchment basins as depicted in  Figure 2. Outflows from the South Campus Catchment area are released directly into the Strait of Georgia via Booming Ground Creek which is fed through a network of unlined roadside ditches and corrugated steel pipe. 6   Figure 2 : Illustration of catchment basins at UBC [2 ].  Across SW Marine Drive from the existing site is the area of Pacific Spirit Regional Park. Any access or disturbance to this area will require communication with and permission from Metro Vancouver. This project must take into special consideration during construction and operation the sandstone cliffs which flank the southern shoulder of SW Marine Drive. These landforms are 7  highly susceptible to erosion and must be protected. Significant loss of land and collapse of an arterial road would occur if these cliffs were to wash out.  Open air academic research ponds, The Centre for Comparative Medicine, and The National Research Council are all in the immediate vicinity of this site. Adequate dust protection measures must be in place to prevent contamination of these facilities. Unnecessary noise is to be limited as much as reasonably achievable to prevent disturbance to building occupants. Road bound traffic must also be cautious of private vehicles regularly entering and exiting these facilities.  2.2 Influent Tie-In The influent tie-in structure along Wesbrook Mall will use similar pipe to the existing system at 1050mm diameter.  Diversion of influent from the two main storm sewer lines for the southeast catchment will happen in such a way that the pond may be gravity fed. Lines downstream of the diversion points will be severed and capped but kept active for catchment not covered by the pond. Careful attention has been paid to minimizing disruption to the UBC Research Ponds and UBC Farm, both of which the new system will skirt. Only one new manhole will have to be added to the system adjacent to the UBC Research Ponds, others will only require alteration to existing manholes.  The City of Surrey Design Criteria requiring sewers of this diameter to have a slope of at least 0.1% was considered, but most areas had a greater slope due to connection of existing manholes.  8  2.3 Oil and Grit Separator The oil and grit separator will provide effective pretreatment of the stormwater entering the pond.  The separator will remove debris, free oils and suspended solids from the storm water to increase water quality as well as improving pond health.  Effective pre-treatment is essential for pond health.  Suspended solids in the water increase turbidity downstream which blocks the sunlight from reaching plants below the water surface, therefore inhibiting photosynthesis.  The resulting reduction of oxygen levels in the water is damaging for wildlife populations. Additionally, suspended solids absorb sunlight and increase water temperatures which further degrades the wildlife environment. Nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus are often attached to suspended solids and it it a know benefit to have these nutrients removed from the water system.  These nutrients can cause significant eutrophication of the pond if they are not appropriately mitigated.  Figure 3 : Oil and Grit Separator  9  The selected oil and grit separator, as seen in  Figure 3 is compliant with the UBC Technical Guidelines Section 33 49 00 Storm Drainage. The specified Oil and Grit separator will be a Imbrium Stormceptor STC model.  The oil and grit separator will require maintenance and regular inspection to ensure proper operation.  To determine the required maintenance schedule it is recommended that separator storage capacity be monitored weekly until buildup rates for the system have been determined.  For maintenance, only a vacuum truck will be required to remove debris and oils.   2.4 Pond The stormwater detention pond was designed to handle the 100-year storm surge, a volume of 3000 m³. As seen in the right side of  Figure  4 , the pond is depicted at its normal pond volume elevation of 59.40 m relative to sea level and the full storm surge volume at an elevation of 60.45 m. The pond was designed with a balanced cut and fill to reduce project expenses. There is a 16 m³ difference between cut and fill, meaning only 16 m³ of new fill will be required for this project. The outside slopes were designed at 5:1, primarily to allow for proper maintenance such as lawn mowing. The slope just below normal pond elevation was increased to a steeper slope in order to achieve a depth that will help reduce algae growth. The inflow and outflow locations of the stormwater were designed in such a way to allow for sediment to settle to the pond bottom before entering the control structure. The pond is also designed to have a walking and biking path around its perimeter. This provides the functionality of a multi-use space. 10   Figure 4 : Full 100-year storm pond volume and normal pond elevation.  2.5 Geotextile The suitable geotextile will be impermeable to prevent erosion of the water sensitive clay cliffs adjacent to the site and to allow for the pond to maintain its normal water level.  The clay cliffs are sensitive to water and a saturated condition could cause them to become unstable and put them at risk of erosion or trigger a landslide.  The area of campus where the pond will be located is at risk of serious flooding in a major storm event, making it important that the geomembrane is in place and working so the design measures in place can convey the flood off campus and to the ocean.  The geotextile membrane must be laid out just below the ground surface of the pond and in areas where the effluent is not otherwise prevented from infiltration .  A compacted clay layer for seepage control was considered but would require more performance testing to ensure its impermeability, therefore it is not recommended.  The specified geotextile is a linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) geomembrane made by GSE [3].  This membrane will have the required 11  flexibility to follow the contours of the pond.  Correct installation is important to ensure the membrane does not float up, and that it is impermeable to prevent erosion of the clay cliffs.  2.6 Flow Control Structure The flow control structure for the stormwater detention pond regulates the outflow rate of the pond and maintains a regular pond water elevation. An elevation view of the control structure and details is found in  Figure 5.  The pipes were sized using the City of Surrey Design Manual [1] and Manning’s formula with a roughness coefficient of 0.013 for PVC and the concrete pipe. As seen in Appendix A.1, the reverse sloped outflow pipe is 154 mm (inside diameter) PVC and the overflow pipe is 525 mm (533 mm inside diameter) Concrete Pipe [4]. The small diameter reverse sloped pipe will maintain the pond’s standard elevation and release the 3000 m³ storm surge at a maximum rate of 0.037 m³/s. The slower release rate will drain the 3000 m³ storm surge in 22 hours which greatly reduces stress on the existing infrastructure. The slow release rate is intended to reduce scouring and erosion of the downstream systems. This will give the bioswales adequate retention time to naturally filter the water and reduce the flow volume that will occur over the cliff outflow.   Figure 5 : Elevation view of pond control structure.   The concrete headwall will include baffles, leading into riprap which will reduce the hydraulic energy of the water entering the bioswales and provide scour protection [5]. The baffles are a 12  prefabricated unit available from the Langley Concrete Group [6]. The specific unit is the 11-13 Headwall Structure w/ Energy Dissipators and the section view of the baffle is seen in Figure 6 below. The concrete headwall will introduce water to the bioswale in a distributed sheet flow which is best practice for bioswale design.   Figure 6  : Prefabricated Concrete Headwall Unit [6].   2.7 Bioswales The outflow from the storm detention pond will travel approximately 200 metres alongside SW Marine Drive before it crosses the road and flows over the cliff in Booming Ground Creek. The purpose of the bioswales is to naturally improve the storm runoff water quality before entering the ocean. This will help mitigate pollutants entering the ocean from UBC’s storm runoff.  13   Figure 7 : Location of bioswale system along SW Marine Drive.   Due to the interruption of a road pullout and Wesbrook Mall road crossing the bioswale, a series of 600 mm HDPE culverts will be installed to connect the bioswales as seen in  Figure 7 . Using the City of Victoria Rainwater Management Standard, a bioswale with a bottom 100 mm perforated PVC pipe will be installed to direct the pond outflow to Booming Ground Creek [5]. Since the longitudinal slope between bioswale sections is less than 2%, there it is not necessary to include rock weirs along the length of the bioswales.   Since the bioswales are located within 300 metres of the cliffs, no ground water penetration is allowed; therefore, an impermeable membrane is recommended to line the bioswale trench. After the trench excavation, the impermeable membrane will be installed over 200 mm of sand with 600 mm minimum overlap at all joints. The bioretention growing medium must be a properly graded mix of gravels, sands, silts, and organics to facilitate adequate retention while providing 14  a fertile base for vegetation to grow. Shrub, grass, and perennial species that are resilient and native to the Pacific Northwest coast should be chosen to vegetate the bioswales. For construction sequencing, it is important to leave construction of the bioswale to the end of the overall construction timeline to avoid soil compaction and contamination due to construction runoff. Storm runoff should also be diverted away from the bioswale until the plant material has has adequate time in situ.  2.8 Vegetation and Plant Selection The role that the plants play is to decorate the pond in a visually appealing way and to sustain the aquatic environment. Various plants are selected for the pond design. Pickerel, Horsetail and Cardinal Flower are selected to be placed at the bottom of the pond with an overall height ranging from 2 to 5 feet. As for the edge of the pond, Creeping Jenny and Blue Iris are chosen because they provide easy management and resistance to animals. Vegetation will help with overall slope stability of the pond and bioswale structures. They will also provided a filtering effect for runoff and water making its way through the pond.  2.9 Perimeter Walkway The pond had been design to incorporate a walkway surrounding its perimeter. The walkway will connect to the existing walkway that is running parallel to SW Marine drive. It has been designed according to the City of Surrey Design guidelines [1]. The walkway is incorporated to achieve the projects goal of being a multi use area. A typical cross section of the walkway structure can be found in the attached drawings. 15   2.10 Information Board Education and awareness are key values to expanding sustainable infrastructure throughout UBC. Our team recommends that a permanent information board be installed on the perimeter walkway for the general public to understand the purpose of the stormwater detention pond. This project is a perfect opportunity to educate the public around sustainable stormwater runoff practices and enable UBC to further its reputation as a leader in sustainability. Stakeholders of UBC appreciate understanding how their money has been spent and an information board has the ability to do so while also educating the public.   3.0 Design Considerations 3.1 Adherence to UBC’s Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP) The following goals of UBC’s ISMP were acknowledged in the design process of the stormwater detention pond:  ● Reduce flows of water off campus ● Reduce impacts through water detention ● Enhance water quality leaving campus ● Protect campus assets from flooding ● Safeguard human life ● Incorporate a natural systems approach.  16  Our team strived to achieve all of these goals while keeping a low cost and practical design approach in mind. The projected land use for the south campus area is not expected to see a large growth in public or residential facets, so a low cost design option that could achieve storm runoff performance requirements was chosen.  3.2 Expected Flows From EPA SWMM analysis and the ISMP projection, the 100-year storm surge volume for the UBC south campus catchment was calculated to be 3000 m³. The critical path in design is the culvert crossing SW Marine Drive which has a maximum flow capacity of 1.2 m³/s. The storm detention pond will release at a much slower 0.037 m³/s over a 22 hour period.   3.3 Budget It is recommended that the project goes ahead with a total budget of $794,750 as per the detailed cost estimate summarized in Section 4, as well as an annual allowance of $23,800 for the lifetime of the project.  3.4 Standards The following list of applicable standards and design manuals were used: ● 2016 City of Surrey - Design Criteria Manual [1] ● 2018 Lafarge Concrete Pipe Catalogue [2] ● 2015 City of Victoria Rainwater Management Standards [3]  17  3.5 Draft Plan of Construction Work There are 4 stages in total during the construction: mobilization on site, site grading and landscaping, installation of stormwater discharge control system, and sewer work. Project management will be implemented throughout the construction.  3.6 Maintenance Plan The maintenance plan will be implemented annually. The plan includes components such as testing, cleanup and other maintenance. The testing crew will be hired to evaluate the whole water system. If any issue is found during the testing, specific maintenance groups will be hired to resolve the problem respectively. Also, the cleanup process is to clean the dead vegetation and replace some soil if needed. Mowing the lawn and doing routine site maintenance checks will also be necessary for proper maintenance of the area.  4.0 Cost Estimate The total cost of the project is estimated at $794,750 initially with $23,800 annual operating expenses. This detailed cost estimate differs from the preliminary cost estimate primarily in that construction costs were no longer estimated using weighted location indices and cost multipliers, but instead calculated as per the actual design. Further changes and adjustments were made to ensure an accurate cost estimate, including a revised method for calculating contingencies.. The cost components of the project are summarized below in Table 4.1. Table 1 : Cost Estimate Summary Cost Component Initial Cost $  Annual Cost $ Design 101,000 - Permitting 1,000 - Construction 620,500 - 18  Operational - 21,600 Contingency 72,250 2,20 Total Project Cost 794,750 23,800  4.1 Design Cost Our team estimates the total cost for consulting services for the design of the project at $101,000. The calculated rates for consulting work are as per the Consulting Engineers Fee Guideline 2016, for 10 weeks of consulting work. Table 2 : Consulting Services Cost Estimate Service Hourly Rate $ Hours Per Week Cost $ Engineer-in-Training 123 12 1476 Assistant Project Engineer 144 12 1728 Project Engineer 162 2 324 Supervisory Engineer 199 2 398 Specialist Engineer 199 2 398 Management Engineer 227 2 454 Advanced Specialist Engineer 227 2 454 Senior Management Engineer 276 2 552     Sub-Total 5784 Technician 103 10 1030 Technician/Technologist (Drawings) 113 10 1130 Technician/Technologist (Field) 135 6 810     Sub-Total 2970 Disbursements       Minor Disbursement     463 Other Disbursement     875     Sub-Total 1338     Total Weekly Cost 10092   Total 101000     19  4.2 Permitting Cost The permitting costs associated with this project are related to tree removal, and include hiring a surveyor as well as acquiring the tree removal permit. The total permitting cost is estimated at $1,000. Table 3 : Permitting Costs  4.3 Construction Cost The total construction cost for the project is estimated at $620,500. The table below summarizes all costs for labour, equipment and project management. Table 4 : Construction Cost Summary Component Hourly Rate Total Hours Cost $ Arborist (Site Grading Contractor) 200 40 8000 Excavation (G.C. Labour Crew) 400 120 48000 Traffic Management Crew 100 130 13000 Concrete (G.C. Labor Crew) 400 100 40000 Asphalt (G.C. Labor Crew) 200 20 4000 Pipes (Plumbing Contractor) 300 70 21000   Labour Sub-Total 134000 Cement Truck Hire 100 100 10000 Excavator Hire 100 110 11000 Bulldozer Hire 100 50 5000 Dump Truck Hire 150 80 12000   Equipment Sub-Total 38000 Project Management (G.C.) 200 120 10000 20    Sub-Total 182000  The table below summarizes all costs for materials and installed components. Table 5 : Material Cost Summary Component Unit Price $ Quantity Cost $) Concrete (Control Structure) 250 / m³ 200 m³ 50000 525 mm PVC Pipe 100 / m 600 m 60000 154 mm PVC Pipe 50 / m 20 m 1000 Asphalt (Footpath) 150 / m² 200 m² 30000 Bioswales 20 / m² 200 m² 2000 Geotextile 20 / m² 13000 m² 260000 Vegetation 10 each 500 5000 Oil & Grit Separator 30,000 each 1 30000 Information Board 500 each 1 500   Sub-Total 438500  4.4 Operational Cost The operational cost consists of testing, cleaning, and general maintenance. Testing is to be performed annually, with a total of 10 labour hours annually. Cleaning is to be performed quarterly, with a total of 40 hours annually. General maintenance is to be performed annually, with a total of 8 labour hours. The total operational cost is estimated at $21,600 annually. Table 6 : Operational Cost Summary Component Hourly Rate $ Hours Annually Cost $ Testing 400 10 4000 Cleanup 400 40 16000 General Maintenance 200 8 1600   Total (Annually) 21600 21   4.5 Contingencies The total contingency cost is calculated based on a 10% factor, which includes all unforeseen additional costs. The total contingency costs are $72,250 initially and $2,200 annually.  5.0 Conclusion Our team has designed the UBC CCM Stormwater Detention Facility in accordance with data and studies provided by The University of British Columbia's Campus and Community Planning Department. This design has capacity to detain and release in a controlled manner the rainwater flows associated with a 100-year storm event as estimated by the provided EPA SWMM Model. The stormwater detention pond incorporates comprehensive design elements including a membrane lining for seepage prevention, a passive flow control structure to ensure flow control during the 100-year event, an oil and grit separator for water ensuring adequate influent quality, and bioswales for ensuring adequate effluent quality. Construction is expected to begin in May 2019 and to be complete in August 2019 at a total cost of $794,750. Our team Consulting would like to thank UBC CCP for their support on this project and look forward to provide continued supervision and expertise in its implementation.    22  References [1] City of Surrey Engineering Department, “Design Criteria Manual”, Surrey, Canada. Pg. 46-48. January 2016.  [2] UBC Campus and Community Planning, “Stormwater Management Infrastructure at UBC”, Vancouver, BC, 2019. [Online]. Available: https://planning.ubc.ca/vancouver/projects-consultations/consultations-engagement/integrated-stormwater-management-plan/Infrastructure . [Accessed Feb 2, 2019]. [3] GSE Environmental Solmax, “LLDPE Smooth Geomembranes”, United States, 2019. [Online]. Available:  http://www.gseworld.com/Products/Geomembranes/LLDPE-Smooth/ . [Accessed Feb 16, 2019]. [4] Lafarge Precast Stormwater & Wastewater Solutions, “Concrete Pipe Catalogue”, Calgary Pipe Plant, Canada. 2018.  [5] City of Victoria, “City of Victoria Stormwater Utility - Rainwater Management Standards”, Victoria, Canada. Pg. 40-49. June 2015.  [6] The Langley Concrete Group - Technical Drawings, “11-13 Headwall Structure w/ Energy Dissipator”, 2019. [Online]. Available: http://www.langleyconcrete.calls.net/index.php?page=tech-drawings#headwalls . [Accessed Jan. 14, 2019]. [7] "Guidelines by Specification Division." Guidelines by Specification Division - UBC Technical Guidelines. Accessed April 03, 2019. http://www.technicalguidelines.ubc.ca/technical/divisional_specs.htm l.   23  Appendix A: Design Details and Calculations A.1 Control Structure The pipe sizing for the control structure is based off Manning’s formula in the Surrey Design Criteria [1]. A standard size PVC pipe was selected and the concrete pipe size was selected using the Lafarge Concrete Pipe Catalogue [4].  Outflow - Reverse Sloped Pipe Diameter Q Pipe flow 0.037 m3/s A Cross sectional area of pipe 0.019 m2 R hydraulic radius 0.039 m D diameter of pipe 0.154 m S slope of energy grade line 0.053 m/m n Manning roughness coefficient 0.013 - h height above datum 0.950 m l length of pipe 20.000 m HGL hydraulic grade line 1.052 m     Use PVC Pipe with inside diameter of: 154 mm Time to drain 3000 m3 storm surge volume 22.24 hours Outflow - Concrete Pipe to Handle 1.2 m3/s Q Pipe flow 0.838 m3/s A Cross sectional area of pipe 0.223 m2 R hydraulic radius 0.133 m D inside diameter of pipe 0.533 m S slope of energy grade line 0.035 m/m n Manning roughness coefficient 0.013 - h height above datum 0.950 m l length of pipe 30.000 m HGL hydraulic grade line 1.052 m     Use Concrete Pipe with inside diameter of: 533 mm 24  Illustration of Control Structure     A.2 Bioswale Design  The locations of the bioswales are depicted below in the shaded red area with culverts connecting them in areas to be topped with concrete.    25   This typical bioswale design was taken from the City of Victoria Professional Rainwater Management Standards [5]. Weirs structures may be installed to slow runoff and allow adequate infiltration. The storm grate will provide overflow capabilities in storm surge events.   Bioswale Materials: 1) Rock weir (300 – 400 mm dia)  2) 25 mm dia drain rock, 25 mm depth  3) 50 – 75 mm dia drain rock, 100 mm depth min  4) Composted mulch, 50 – 70 mm depth  5) Bio-retention growing medium, 450 mm min  6) Reservoir, min 300 mm depth  7) Existing subgrade/native material  8) Non-woven geotextile on bottom sides  9) 100 mm diameter (min) perforated pipe  10) Overflow drain, 200 mm domed grate and adapter 26   A.3 Concrete Headwall  The concrete headwall that connects the pond outflow culvert to the bioswales is a prefabricated unit by the Langley Concrete Group [6]. The specific unit is the 11-13 Headwall Structure w/ Energy Dissipators, section details are listed below.      27 Appendix B: Technical Drawings For Construction Attached below. 28 Rev. #0UBC CCM Multiple UseStormwater Detention ProjectProject Location:Scale: NTSDRAWING INDEXTYPE DRAWING #General 1-5LANDSCAPE 1-2STORM SEWER PLAN 1-3BIOSWALE TYPICAL SECTION CS - 001 TO CS -003CONTROL STRUCTURE TYPICAL SECTION CS - 004WALKWAY CROSS SECTION CS - 005PIPE TRENCH CROSS SECTION CS - 006POND BOTTOM SECTION CS - 007ISOMETRIC FULL & NORMAL POND ISO - 001CUT & FILL DEPTHS CF - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Existing Site Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 1 of  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke Burrows Drawing Set: General 5 Scale: 1:409SW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Site Layout Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 2 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/02/2019Luke Burrows2 2SW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Existing Structures Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 3 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/19/2019 Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Tree Removal Area Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 4 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Construction Phases Drawing Set: General Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 5 of 5 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Signage Drawing Set: Landscape Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 1 of 2 Scale: 1:12 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/02/2019Luke BurrowsPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONi,---------------------------------....,....,,-----------------, i a •I I l I R Drawing Title: Walkway Plan View Dr;:iwina Set: L;:indsc;:iae Sheet Size: Arch Et 30x2 ShPPt N11mhpr·? nf? I< J.. �it Scale: 1:409 .... lc;c;11p· r.  Drawing Title: Existing Stormwater Conveyance Drawing Set: Storm  Sewers Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 1 of 3 Scale: 1:409 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/19/2019Luke BurrowsPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Conveyance System Alterations Drawing Set: Storm Sewers Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 2 of 3 Scale: 1:114 Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Luke BurrowsSW Marine Dr.Wesbrook MallPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Inlet Storm Sewer Section Drawing Set:  Storm Sewers Sheet Size: Arch E1  30x24 Sheet Number: 3 of 3 Scale: NTS Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/05/2019Luke BurrowsPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: BioSwale Typical Sections Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 1 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonTYPICAL SECTIONBIOSWALESCALE: NTSCS - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: BioSwale Typical Sections Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 2 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/28/2019Mike ShannonTYPICAL SECTIONBIOSWALESCALE: NTSCS - 002PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: BioSwale Typical Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 3 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author003/28/2019Mike ShannonTYPICAL SECTIONBIOSWALESCALE: NTSCS - 003PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Control Structure Cross Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 4 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/03/2019Mike ShannonCROSS SECTIONOUTLET STRUCTURESCALE: NTSCS - 004PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Walking Path  Cross Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 5 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/03/2019Mike ShannonCROSS SECTIONWALKING PATHSCALE: NTSCS - 005PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Pipe Trench  Cross Section Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 6 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author004/05/2019Mike ShannonCROSS SECTIONPIPE TRENCHSCALE: NTSCS - 006PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Pond Bottom Sections Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 7 of 7  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonCS - 007PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Drawing Title: Full & Normal Pond Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 1 of 1  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonISO - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONCut/Fill SummaryNameCut n Fill100 Year VolumeNormal Pond VolumeTotalsCut Factor1.0001.0001.000Fill Factor1.0001.0001.0002d Area11820sq.m3497sq.m3497sq.m18815sq.mCut4086 Cu. M.0 Cu. M.0 Cu. M.4086 Cu. M.Fill4102 Cu. M.3060 Cu. M.2316 Cu. M.9478 Cu. M.Net16 Cu. M.<Fill>3060 Cu. M.<Fill>2315 Cu. M.<Fill>5392 Cu. M.<Fill> Drawing Title: Cut & Fill Depths Drawing Set: Civil Works Sheet Number: 1 of 1  Issue: CRevision HistoryRev. # Date Author002/22/2019Mike ShannonMeters050100CF - 001PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSIONPRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION Appendix C: Technical Specifications For Construction The technical specifications for construction for this project are attached as a separate document titled “Team17-FinalDesignReport-AppendixC.pdf”.  UBC Technical Guidelines were used as a reference in the development of the specifications. Any construction at UBC must abide by these guidelines, so compiling the relevant sections was deemed to be the most realistic representation of an appropriate specification document. Design choices covered throughout the report abide by these specifications.  Additionally, notes on the drawings are to be used in conjunction with these specifications.  29  Appendix D: Construction Schedule  Attached below.     30 ID Task Name Duration Start0 UBC CCM Stormwater 178 days Fri 18-11-301 General Conditions 86 days Tue 19-01-012 Receive notice toproceed and signcontract3 days Tue 19-01-013 Submit bond andinsurance documents2 days Fri 19-01-044 Prepare and submit project schedule2 days Fri 18-11-305 Obtain environmental and tree removalpermits30 days Fri 19-02-016 Submit monthly requests for payment1 day Tue 19-04-307 Final design review1 day Thu 19-03-218 Submittal of finaldesign1 day Thu 19-04-049 Reviewals 88 days Fri 19-04-0510 Review tree removal plan7 days Fri 19-04-05G.C. General ManagementG.C. Project Management,G.C. General Management[25%]G.C. Project Management[25%],G.C. SchedulerG.C. Project Management[50%],G.C. Procurement[50%]O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 1Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29ID Task Name Duration Start11 Review shop drawings - geomembrane1 wk Mon 19-04-1512 Review shop drawings - reinforcing steel1 wk Fri 19-04-0513 Review shop drawings - sewersystems1 wk Fri 19-04-0514 Mobilize on Site 3 days Wed 19-05-0115 Setup laydown area2 days Wed 19-05-0116 Install silt fences along existing ditches2 days Wed 19-05-0117 Set line and grade 3 days Wed 19-05-0118 Site Grading and Landscaping43 days Wed 19-05-0119 Tree removal 14 days Wed 19-05-0120 Stone site access 2 days Thu 19-05-0221 Rough excavations1 wk Tue 19-05-21ConsultantConsultantConsultantG.C. Labor CrewPlumbing ContractorG.C. Survey CrewSite Grading ContractorSite Grading ContractorSite Grading ContractorO N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 2Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29ID Task Name Duration Start22 Placement of geomembrane3 days Wed 19-05-2223 Final site grading 5 days Mon 19-05-2724 Seeding/Planting 5 days Mon 19-06-2425 Stormwater Discharge Control System24 days Fri 19-05-2426 Excavate foundations2 days Fri 19-05-2427 Form control structure2 days Tue 19-05-2828 Set reinforcing steel2 days Thu 19-05-3029 Pour control structure1 day Mon 19-06-0330 Cure control structure7 days Mon 19-06-1731 Strip control structure forms1 day Wed 19-06-2632 Sewer Work 30 days Tue 19-05-2133 Rough in connection to existing lines2 wks Tue 19-05-2134 Install sewer connections2 days Wed 19-06-26Site Grading ContractorG.C. Survey CrewSite Grading Contractor[50%]G.C. Rough Carpenter CrewG.C. Rough Carpenter CrewG.C. Concrete CrewG.C. Labor Crew[10%]G.C. Labor Crew[10%]Plumbing ContractorPlumbing ContractorO N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 3Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29ID Task Name Duration Start35 Cleaning and camera inspection of 2 days Fri 19-06-2836 Final Clean-up and Occupancy35 days Tue 19-05-2137 Substantial completion 1 day Tue 19-07-0238 Complete deficiency punchlist3 days Wed 19-07-0339 Site demobilization34 days Tue 19-05-2140 Substantial completion date1 day Mon 19-07-0841 Issue final completion documents including 1 day Mon 19-07-0842 Issue final request for payment1 day Tue 19-07-09Cleaning and Inspection ContractorG.C. Project Management,ConsultantG.C. SuperintendentG.C. Project ManagementG.C. Project Management[33%],G.C. Accounting[33%],G.C. General Management[33%]O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A2019, Half 1 2019, Half 2 2020, Half 1TaskSplitMilestoneSummaryProject SummaryInactive TaskInactive MilestoneInactive SummaryManual TaskDuration-onlyManual Summary RollupManual SummaryStart-onlyFinish-onlyExternal TasksExternal MilestoneDeadlineProgressManual ProgressPage 4Project: UBC CCM Stormwater DDate: Thu 18-11-29 RfT#2011234567  Section 00 01 10 Project No. 10001  TABLE OF CONTENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date UBC Technical Guidelines Updated:  May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   Division 0 Bidding Requirements, Contract Forms and Conditions of the Contract 00 01 10 Table of Contents   Refer to UBC Properties Trust for Division 00 documents.   Division 01 General Requirements  01 00 00 General Requirements .......................................................................................... 1 – 6 01 05 00 Construction Site Security ..................................................................................... 1 – 2 01 11 00 Summary of Work ................................................................................................. 1 – 6 01 14 00 Work Restrictions .................................................................................................. 1 – 4 01 21 00 Allowances .......................................................................................................... 1 only 01 26 00 Contract Modification Procedures ....................................................................... 1 only 01 29 00 Payment Procedures ........................................................................................... 1 only 01 31 00 Project Management and Coordination ................................................................. 1 – 3 01 32 16 Construction Progress Schedule ........................................................................... 1 – 3 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures ............................................................................................ 1 – 3 01 35 05 UBC Policies, Work Procedures, and Forms ...................................................... 1 only 01 35 16 Alteration Project Procedures ............................................................................... 1 – 2 01 35 29 Healthy, Safety, and Emergency Response Procedures ...................................... 1 – 3 01 35 43 Environmental Procedures .................................................................................... 1 – 4 01 35 43.13 Environmental Procedures for Hazardous Materials ............................................. 1 – 5 01 41 00 Regulatory Requirements ..................................................................................... 1 – 2 01 45 00 Quality Control ...................................................................................................... 1 – 3 01 51 00 Temporary Facilities and Controls ........................................................................ 1 – 5 01 74 19 Construction Waste Management and Disposal ................................................... 1 – 8 01 77 00 Closeout Procedures ............................................................................................. 1 – 6 01 78 23 Operation and Maintenance Data ....................................................................... 1 – 25 01 78 36 Warranties ........................................................................................................... 1 only 01 78 39 Project Record Documents ................................................................................. 1 – 19 01 78 45 Maintenance Materials ........................................................................................ 1 only 01 79 00 Demonstration and Training .................................................................................. 1 – 5 01 91 00 Commissioning .................................................................................................... 1 – 19        Division 02 Existing Conditions  RfT#2011234567  Section 00 01 10 Project No. 10001  TABLE OF CONTENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date UBC Technical Guidelines Updated:  May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   02 41 00 Demolition ............................................................................................................. 1 – 3  Division 03 Concrete  03 00 00 Concrete  ............................................................................................................. 1 only 03 33 00 Architectural Concrete ......................................................................................... 1 only Division 20 Mechanical – General Requirements 20 00 05 Mechanical – General Requirements .................................................................... 1 – 6 20 00 07 Salvage of Existing Mechanical Equipment ........................................................ 1 only Division 22 Plumbing 22 05 00 Plumbing – General Requirements ....................................................................... 1 – 3 22 11 00 Facility Water Distribution ..................................................................................... 1 – 3 22 11 18 Backflow/Cross Connection Control ...................................................................... 1 – 2 22 13 00 Facility Sanitary Drainage ..................................................................................... 1 – 2 22 14 00 Facility Storm Drainage ....................................................................................... 1 only 22 15 00 Compressed Air Systems ...................................................................................... 1 – 2 22 30 00 Domestic Water Heaters ..................................................................................... 1 only 22 35 00 Plumbing Equipment ............................................................................................. 1 – 2 22 40 00 Plumbing Fixtures ................................................................................................. 1 – 4 22 60 00 Specialty Piping Systems ...................................................................................... 1 – 2 Division 31 Earthwork 31 22 00 Grading ............................................................................................................... 1 only Division 32 Exterior Improvements 32 00 10 Landscaping Design Requirements .................................................................... 1 only 32 00 13 Integrated Pest Management .............................................................................. 1 only 32 00 15 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) .............................. 1 only 32 01 90 Operation and Maintenance of Planting ................................................................ 1 – 5 32 01 93.01 Tree and Shrub Preservation ................................................................................ 1 – 5 32 10 00 Bases, Ballasts, and Paving ................................................................................ 1 only 32 14 00 Unit Paving .......................................................................................................... 1 only 32 33 00 Site Furnishings .................................................................................................. 1 only 32 80 00 Irrigation ................................................................................................................ 1 – 7 32 91 00 Planting Preparation .............................................................................................. 1 – 6 32 92 00 Turf and Grasses .................................................................................................. 1 – 7 32 92 23 Sodding ................................................................................................................. 1 – 5 32 93 00 Plants .................................................................................................................. 1 – 11 32 93 05 Relocation of Existing Plant Material ..................................................................... 1 – 6 RfT#2011234567  Section 00 01 10 Project No. 10001  TABLE OF CONTENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date UBC Technical Guidelines Updated:  May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   Division 33 Utilities 33 00 10 Underground Utilities Services .............................................................................. 1 – 5 33 01 30.41 Cleaning of Sewers ............................................................................................. 1 only 33 10 00 Water Utilities ........................................................................................................ 1 – 7 33 30 00 Sanitary Sewerage Utilities ................................................................................... 1 – 6 33 49 00 Storm Energy Structures ....................................................................................... 1 – 6 33 51 00 Natural Gas Distribution ........................................................................................ 1 – 4 33 61 00 District Hot Water Energy Distribution ................................................................. 1 – 19 33 63 00 Steam Energy Distribution .................................................................................... 1 – 4 33 71 00 Electrical Utility Transmission and Distribution ..................................................... 1 – 2 33 71 19 Electrical Underground Ducts and Manholes ........................................................ 1 – 3 33 82 01 Communications Distribution Inspection ............................................................. 1 only   RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 00 00 Project No. 10001  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES: .1 Words, Terms and Communications. .2 Complementary Documents. .3 Specification grammar. .4 Applicable Codes .5 Cooperation & Coordination .6 Storage, Handling & Protection .7 Transportation .8 Owner Supplied Materials .9 Weather Conditions .10 Workers .11 Conduct of Personnel .12 Publicity .13 Accessibility for the Disabled .14 Utilities .15 Trademarks & Labels .16 Responsibility 1.2 RELATED MATERIALS .1 Refer to UBC Financial Operations or UBC Properties Trust for Division 00 documents. .2 Section 00 01 10 Table of Contents .3 Section 01 11 00 Summary of Work .4 This section describes requirements applicable to all sections within Divisions 01 to 33. 1.3 WORDS, TERMS AND COMMUNICATIONS .1 Conform to Definitions and their defined meanings in the Definitions portion of Section 00700 and 00800 of this Request for Tender (RFT).  In this document the following definitions/abbreviations appear in italics: Building Operations means the Building Operations department of the University of British Columbia UBC means the University of British Columbia, and unless noted otherwise, means Building Operations. Consultant means the person identified as such in the request for Tenders and Tender Form and as defined in CCDC2-2008. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 00 00 Project No. 10001  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   Project Manager means the person identified as such in the request for Tenders and Tender Form. Owner means the University of British Columbia.                Owner’s Representative  means the Managing Director of Infrastructure Development, or his/her delegated representative in UBC Properties Trust, or UBC Project Services For definitions of commissioning terms, click on this link to Section 01 91 00 Commissioning, 1.4 Definitions. .2 UBC PROJECT NUMBERS .1 UBC assigns project numbers to all project work.  Without exception UBC project numbers must appear on all correspondence and documents prepared for or sent to UBC.   .3 LINES OF COMMUNICATION .1 All information from the University regarding the contract, such as specific instructions of the Owner, requirements and changes during construction will be issued through the UBC Project Manager.  The Project Manager shall be kept advised at all times of all informal contact and discussions between the Consultant and/or the Contractor with other staff of UBC.  UBC will not be responsible for any circumstances which may arise from instructions, information and approvals having been obtained from UBC through channels other than the above. .4 CORRESPONDENCE .1 All correspondence with UBC shall be directed to the designated representative at UBC Properties Trust:  UBC Project Services Room 1100 - 2329 West Mall Vancouver, B.C.  V6T 1Z4  UBC Properties Trust Suite 200 - 3313 Shrum Lane Vancouver, B.C.  V6S 0C8 .2 The Contractor shall submit correspondence to the Consultant unless otherwise instructed.  Should the Contractor feel that the matter requires immediate action by UBC, then a copy of the correspondence may be sent directly to the Project Manager. 1.4 COMPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTS .1 Generally, drawings indicate graphically, the dimensions and location of components and equipment.  Specifications indicate specific components, assemblies, and identify quality. .2 Drawings, specifications, diagrams and schedules are complementary, each to the other, and what is required by one, to be binding as if required by all. .3 Should any conflict or discrepancy appear between documents, which leaves doubt as to the intent or meaning, refer to the General Conditions in the contract documents. .4 Examine all discipline drawings, specifications, schedules, diagrams and related Work to ensure that Work can be satisfactorily executed. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 00 00 Project No. 10001  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .5 All specification sections of the Project Manual and Drawings are affected by requirements of Division 01 sections. 1.5 SPECIFICATION GRAMMAR .1 Specifications are written in the imperative (command) mode, in an abbreviated form. .2 Imperative language of the technical sections is always directed to the Contractor identified as a primary constructor, as sole executor of the Contract, unless specifically noted otherwise. .1 This form of imperative (command) mode statement requires the primary constructor to perform such action or Work. .2 Perform all requirements of the Contract Documents whether stated imperatively or otherwise. Division of the Work among subcontractors, suppliers, or others is solely the prime constructor’s responsibility.  The specification author assumes no responsibility to function or act as an arbiter to establish subcontract scope or limits between sections or divisions of Work. 1.6 APPLICABLE CODES, STANDARDS AND MANUFACTURER'S LITERATURE .1 In the absence of other standards being required by the Contract Documents,  all work is to conform to, or exceed the minimum standards of the B.C. Building Code, the Canadian Standards Association, the Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia, National Fire Protection Association, Canadian Electric Code, B.C. Plumbing Code, Factory Mutual Engineering, Underwriter’s Laboratory of Canada, B.C. Fire Code Regulations, and the standards of manufacturers of material supplied for this project, whichever is/are applicable. .2 Wherever standards are referred to in the specifications, the latest edition of the standard shall apply at time of Bid except where such editions have not been adopted by B.C. Building Code. .3 If required by the Consultant the manufacturer/supplier or Contractor shall furnish documentation indicating compliance with the requirements of the B.C. Building Code including where required, certification by an Engineer registered in the Province of British Columbia. .4 Any work shown on the drawings or described in the specifications which is at variance with the applicable codes shall be brought to the attention of the Consultant. .5 In no instance shall the standards established by the drawings and specifications be reduced by any of the applicable codes. 1.7 COOPERATION AND COORDINATION .1 Coordinate the work of sub-contractors with efficient and continuous supervision. .2 Cooperate with UBC authorities and other Contractors engaged in simultaneous development of adjacent facilities.  Coordinate access to the site, the location, removal or adjustment of temporary fences, sheds and utility services. .3 Coordinate the work of each trade to ensure that such work is consistent with the requirements for the work of a following trade. .4 Before commencing any work, each trade must report any inconsistency between the work of a preceding trade and the requirements for their work.  Any costs incurred by the Contractor or trades to rectify such inconsistencies shall be at no expense to the Owner. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 00 00 Project No. 10001  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 4 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .5 The Contractor shall coordinate the work of all trades requiring suspension or fixing devices to be incorporated into the structure.  Where required, such suspension or fixing devices are to be built into the structure and/or by of the type specified or detailed herein, the Contractor shall submit to the Consultant details of the device he proposes to use accompanied by such information as the Consultant may require to assess the capability of the proposed device. 1.8 STORAGE, HANDLING AND PROTECTION .1 Handle and store products in manner to prevent damage, adulteration, deterioration and soiling and in accordance with manufacturer's instructions when applicable.  .2 Store packaged or bundled products in original and undamaged condition with manufacturer's seal and labels intact. Do not remove from packaging or bundling until required in Work.  .3 Store products subject to damage from weather in weatherproof enclosures.  .4 Store cementitious products clear of earth or concrete floors, and away from walls.  .5 Keep sand, when used for grout or mortar materials, clean and dry. Store sand on wooden platforms and cover with waterproof tarpaulins during inclement weather.  .6 Store sheet materials and lumber on flat, solid supports and keep clear of ground. Slope to shed moisture.  .7 Store and mix paints in heated and ventilated room. Remove oily rags and other combustible debris from site daily. Take every precaution necessary to prevent spontaneous combustion.  .8 Remove and replace damaged products at own expense and to satisfaction of Consultant.  .9 Touch-up damaged factory finished surfaces to Consultant's satisfaction. Use touch-up materials to match original. Do not paint over name plates.  1.9 TRANSPORTATION .1 Pay costs of transportation of products required in performance of Work.  .2 Transportation cost of products supplied by Owner will be paid for by Owner. Unload, handle and store such products.  1.10 OWNER SUPPLIED MATERIALS     .1 The Contractor is responsible for scheduling delivery of items supplied by the Owner as required to maintain the construction schedule. .2 The Contractor is also responsible to check materials as they are delivered and to notify the Project Manager immediately through the Consultant of any materials supplied by the Owner that do not meet specified standards or are received in damaged condition. 1.11 WEATHER CONDITIONS .1 All sections of work shall include in their tender an allowance sufficient to cover full, continuous working operation through normal weather conditions, without interruptions or shutdowns. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 00 00 Project No. 10001  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 5 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.12 WORKERS .1 All work shall be performed by skilled mechanics, experienced in their trade; according to rules and customs of best trade practices for first class work and to the various standards recommended and specified. .2 Construction Force:  The Contractor shall provide and maintain, in full operation at all times during the performance of the contract, a sufficient crew of labourers, mechanics and foremen to execute the work. 1.13 CONDUCT OF PERSONNEL .1 Sexual Harassment .1 There is a great deal of sensitivity on the campus regarding sexual harassment.  Sexist and/or racist comments or actions may be reported to the Sexual Harassment Policy Office and lawsuits or human rights complaints could be filed.   .2 Specific examples of actions that are considered offensive under the Policy would be: .1 calls or audible comments directed at or about passersby, particularly regarding physical or sexual attributes, .2 prolonged staring by individuals or groups, .3 whistling or catcalls, or .4 throwing items at or in front of passersby in order to gain their attention. .2 Smoking:  UBC has a NO SMOKING policy in all work areas except in specified rest areas which are specifically designated as smoking areas. .3 Grooming:  UBC retains the right to restrict and control the clothing worn by, and the grooming of, employees, Consultants or visitors to the campus where these may conflict with health and safety considerations and regulations. 1.14 PUBLICITY .1 All publicity relating to the Project is subject to the approval of the Owner and no mention of the project in advertising or articles in any publication will be permitted unless approved in writing through the Owner.  Publicity or advertising implying endorsement of a product, Contractor or Consultant will not be permitted. 1.15 ACCESSIBILITY FOR THE DISABLED    .1 Barriers shall not be put in the way of disabled people in and around campus facilities (ie. unnecessary steps, narrow aisles etc.)  Handicapped refers to the visually impaired as well as the physically disabled.   1.16 UTILITIES .1 Contractor shall be responsible for capping, plugging, disconnecting, relocating or divertive all utilities interfering with construction operation.  If the Contractor discovers unidentified utilities, the Contractor shall: .1 Contact UBC Energy and Water Services. .2 Provide a drawing outlining proposed changes. .3 Obtain approval from UBC Energy and Water Services before commencement of work. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 00 00 Project No. 10001  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 6 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.17 TRADEMARKS AND LABELS .1 Trademarks and labels, including applied labels shall not be visible in the finished work.  Such trademarks or labels shall be removed by grinding if necessary, or painted out where the particular materials are being painted.  The exception of this requirement shall be those essential to obtain identification of mechanical and electrical equipment and where required by Code to ensure compliance. 1.18 RESPONSIBILITY .1 The Contractor shall assume full responsibility for laying out the work and ensuring it does not conflict with the work of other trades, and for any damage caused to the Owner or other Sub-contractors by improper location or carrying out of the work. .2 If more than one interpretation can be taken from the specification or drawings regarding labour, material, or equipment, notify the Consultant immediately for clarification.  If clarification cannot be obtained, consider the most costly of possible alternative to apply.  No allowance will be made for a tender based on the lesser. .3 The dimensions given on the drawings of the existing work are approximate and the Contractor must take actual measurements before ordering materials, equipment and the like.  Failure to comply with the requirement will make the Contractor fully responsible for replacing such material or equipment at no extra cost to the contract. .4 Prior to the submission of shop drawings and/or the installation of work to be performed, promptly advise the Consultant of any specified equipment, material, or installation which appears inadequate or unsuitable or in violation of applicable codes.  ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 05 00 Project No. 10001  CONSTRUCTION SITE SECURITY UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 2   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019    1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES .1 Site security risk assessment .2 Construction site security plan .3 Security measures 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS .1 Section 01 51 00 Temporary Facilities and Controls 2.0 EXECUTION 2.1 SITE SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT .1 A site security risk assessment must be undertaken for all major construction projects at UBC.  The objective of the assessment is to determine risks and appropriate mitigation measures to ensure that the site is secure and safe.  There is a particular concern on campus with students accessing construction sites. .2 The security assessment is to be led by the project manager and include UBC Campus Security, the Prime Contractor and any other relevant stakeholders.  The assessment is to be conducted prior to mobilization on site and will deliver a list of project specific recommendations for discussion at a site security kick-off meeting.  Based on these recommendations the Prime Contractor will generate a construction site security plan.  Once approved, the execution and ongoing monitoring of this plan will become the responsibility of the Prime Contractor. 2.2 SECURITY MEASURES .1 Construction sites with tower cranes, high scaffolding or significant fall risks must include the following mandatory measures: .1 8-foot high perimeter fencing or hoarding must be installed around the project site.  Modular fencing to have bolted connections at each section.  Entrance gates must be locked after work hours.  “Trespassers will be prosecuted” signs must be placed at regular intervals along the site perimeter fencing/hoarding.  Signage with security company name and contact number should also be provided. .2 Base of tower cranes, construction elevator hoistways and significant scaffolding structures must be wrapped in plywood to a height of at least 12 feet.  Access doors must be securely locked after hours. .3 A clear communication protocol must be established between on-site site security personnel (if used), Prime Contractor, RCMP, UBC Campus Security and other key UBC contacts (i.e. UBC Properties Trust or UBC Project Services project manager).  A written contact list should be prepared by the project manager and provided to all parties.  New personnel who come onto site through the project must be appropriately oriented by the Prime Contractor. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 05 00 Project No. 10001  CONSTRUCTION SITE SECURITY UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 2   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019    .2 Other security measures that may be considered based on site risk assessment include: .1 Deployment of on-site security personnel outside of standard construction work hours.  Numbers to be based on security assessment. .2 Security cameras around the site perimeter or at open routes that provide access up the structure (i.e. stairwells). .3 Addition of spiked tops to perimeter fencing/hoarding.   .4 Motion-detector activated lights and horns on crane towers, elevator hoistways or major scaffolding. .5 Motion-activated lights on site perimeter facing into the construction site. .6 Other measures as deemed appropriate based on the risk assessment.   ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 11 00 Project No. 10001  SUMMARY OF WORK UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES .1 General description of Work.  .2 Contract Method.  .3 Work by Owner or Other Contractors.  .4 Assigned Contracts  .5 Work sequence.  .6 Contractor use of premises.  .7 Owner occupancy.  .8 Partial Owner occupancy. .9 Products ordered in advance. .10 Owner furnished products. 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS .1 Section 01 31 00 Project Management and Coordination .2 Section 01 32 16 Construction Progress Schedule .3 Section 01 35 16 Alteration Project Procedures .4 Division 27 Communications .5 Division 28 Electronic Safety and Security  .6 Appendix: - Additional information of work and products by others to be incorporated in Project. 1.3 WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS .1 Work of this Contract consists and comprises in general: .1 Excavation and site preparation for a wetland system for water treatment and flood control on UBC Campus .2 Constructing a concrete water control structure .3 Building bio-swales and connecting the stormwater to the existing UBC System.  .2 The Work is more particularly described in the Contract Documents 1.4 CONTRACT METHOD / COMPLETION .1 Construct the Work under a single lump sum fixed price contract.  .2 Complete the Work so as to be certifiable by the Consultant as having attained Substantial Performance on or before the date shown on 00 3 00 Bid Form. .3 The Contractor shall work closely with the UBC Project Manager, Owner’s forces carrying out Owner’s work, as well as Other Contractors engaged by the Owner to carry out related work. .4 The Contractor is required take the leading role in the organizing, scheduling and coordinating all of the work for an efficient and speedy completion. Scheduling of the Work is the responsibility of the Contractor. Coordinate scheduling of the Work with the Project Manager. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 11 00 Project No. 10001  SUMMARY OF WORK UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .5 Provide sufficient labour and materials to complete the Work within the time required for each construction phase, as well as to meet overall completion within the Contract Time. Any required overtime and similar costs to complete the project by the agreed completion date is included in the Contract Price. .6 All parties shall cooperate and resolve disputes so as not to affect progress of the Work.  The Contractor shall take remedial action to correct and make up any default, as the work progresses.  .7 Arrange and carry out the Work so as to maintain access and exits; avoid conditions of unacceptable noise, dust, and appearance; minimize disruption to UBC operations. .8 The Owner’s requirement to maintain UBC operations takes precedence over the Contractor’s requirements. 1.5 WORK BY OWNER OR OTHER CONTRACTORS .1 Refer to the General Conditions of the construction contract. All trades to confirm proper interface and coordination prior to proceeding with related work. .2 WORK BY OWNER: Work of Project which is specifically excluded from this Contract and which will be carried out by the Owner simultaneously with the Work under this Contract:  .1 UBC will .1 supply and install required Utility Services to project site up to point of connection as designated by UBC Energy and Water Services, for connection by the Contractor and putting into service by UBC Energy and Water Services , as follows: .1 Domestic Water .2 Sanitary  .3 Storm .4 Steam .5 Gas .6 Electrical .2 As per the Contract Documents.  .2 UBC Locksmith Services group will  .1 remove construction cylinders and supply and install final keyed lock cylinders in hardware provided by this Contract. .3 UBC SA (Secure Access) group will .1 supply and install the following Division 28 Electronic Safety and Security systems, including electronic devices and components and Division 28 Electronic Safety and Security wiring up to point of interface connection as designated by UBC SA for connection and testing by UBC SA:    .1 Burglary Alarm    .2 Access Control    .3 CCTV RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 11 00 Project No. 10001  SUMMARY OF WORK UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .2 All related Division 26 power, pathway and rough-ins and Section 08 71 00, 2.1.3 Electrified Hardware installation are to be provided under this Contract. .3 Division 28 Electronic Safety and Security wiring to be provided under this Contract.  .4 UBC IT Services group will:    .1 supply and install the following, including system electrical devices and components and low voltage wiring and cabling: .1 Data Systems .2 Central RF Systems (This includes CCTV & CATV “cablevision” Systems) .3 Central Demarcation connections, (Demarc Outlets), for centrally “other” centrally controlled and/or monitored systems up to point of interface connection as designated by the Contractor for connection and commissioning by the contractor and verification by UBC IT Services.  These systems include: • Building Management System (BMS) • Master Hydro Utility Meters • Fire Alarm System transponders • Bell System • Master Clock System • Elevators • Security & Access Control System panels .2 However, all related pathways and rough-ins are to be provided under this Contract. .3 WORK BY OTHER CONTRACTORS: Work of Project which is specifically excluded from this Contract, for which the Owner has awarded or will be awarding separate contracts and which will be carried out by Other Contractors simultaneously with the Work under this Contract: .1 Items or work specifically shown or scheduled on Drawings. .4 OWNER-SUPPLIED PRODUCTS: Work of this Project includes the coordination, as well as the installation unless otherwise noted, of products including Owner-supplied equipment shown, scheduled, specified or identified in Contract Documents as NIC (Not-in-Contract) or similar designation.  1.6 ASSIGNED CONTRACTS .1 If Owner has awarded the following pre-tendered Subcontractor contracts to expedite the Work or for other purposes in the Owner’s interests, all Items or work will be specifically shown on Drawings.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 11 00 Project No. 10001  SUMMARY OF WORK UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 4 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .1 The Contractor is to assume these pre-tendered contracts and incorporate all of this work and costs in the Base Bid Price, and execute a Subcontractor agreement with the designated subcontractor on execution of the Owner/Contractor Agreement. .2 At the Contractor’s request, assigned Subcontractors to:  .1 Furnish to Contractor, bonds covering faithful performance of subcontracted work and payment of obligations thereunder. .2 Purchase and maintain liability insurance to protect Contractor from claims for not less than limits of liability which Contractor is required to provide to Owner. .2 If Owner has awarded the following preordered product contracts to expedite the Work or for other purposes in the Owner’s interests all Items or work will be specifically shown on Drawings. .3 The Total Contract Price includes any additional overhead and profit, and other work and costs required, to make the work of these assigned contracts fully compatible with the Work of these Contract Documents. 1.7 WORK SEQUENCE .1 It is intended that the construction work proceed in a phased and organized manner which minimizes disruption to UBC operations. .2 The Contractor shall prepare a preliminary and proposed sequence of construction and construction schedule, for presentation at a First Project Meeting (refer to Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures) for review and acceptance in principle by the UBC Project Manager. The Contractor shall revise the proposed sequence schedule as directed for final acceptance by the UBC Project Manager, before commencement of on-site construction work. .3 The finalized schedule shall clearly define: .1 the phasing of the work .2 the limit of construction work during each phase and sub-phase .3 the duration of each phase .4 the sequence of construction within each phase to co-ordinate the work of all trades, that of Owner, and that work under other contracts. .5 baseline start dates, finish dates, and task durations. .4 The Contractor shall provide monthly project schedule updates in electronic form. Electronic format shall be Microsoft Project. The schedule update shall detail: .1 task actual start, duration, and completion dates. .2 percent complete of each task. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 11 00 Project No. 10001  SUMMARY OF WORK UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 5 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .3 critical tasks, task linkages, and order/delivery dates for major equipment components. .4 impact of change orders, if any. .5 The Contractor, all subcontractors and suppliers of material required for the Work will expedite and proceed with the Work so as to conform to the agreed schedule and phases. .6 Any float (also described as “slack” or “cushion”) that exists in the Construction Schedule (as to the overall Contract Time and as to parts of the Work) does not belong exclusively to the Owner or exclusively to the Contractor, but rather will: .1 firstly, be used for and applied to obviate any delay or extension of time otherwise provided for in the Contract, including any delay or extension of time otherwise provided for or described in the schedule, or that would otherwise result from a Change Order or Change Directive / Site Work Order, or any other delay or extension of time that the Contractor would otherwise be entitled to, and despite any provision of the Contract allowing for delay or extension of time the Contract Time will not be delayed or extended to the extent that float is available at the time the matter, circumstance or event arose or occurred, and .2 any remaining will, in the administration and interpretation of the Contract, be shared and applied equitably by and between the Owner and the Contractor. .7 The phasing and sub-phasing of the work shall be as established and finalized by consultation between the Contractor and the UBC Project Manager, before commencement of the work, and as the work progresses. .8 All work within an area or phase must be fully completed and operational, in order to be considered ready for Owner occupancy. .9 For each phase, Mechanical and Electrical trades to provide all temporary hook-ups and services required, provide relocation and removal as required, and work required to keep all life safety, communications, and security systems fully operational. .10 Required stages or phasing: as designated on Drawings, and as follows:  1.8 CONTRACTOR USE OF PREMISES .1 Refer GC 3.12, Use of the Work .2 Coordinate use of premises with UBC Project Manager to allow: .1 Owner occupancy.  .2 Public usage.  .3 On final occupancy, Owner will provide for occupied areas:  .1 Operation of HVAC and electrical systems.  .2 Maintenance.  .3 Security.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 11 00 Project No. 10001  SUMMARY OF WORK UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 6 OF 6  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   ***END OF SECTION*** RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 14 00 Project No. 10001  WORK RESTRICTIONS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES .1 Hours of Work .2 General Restrictions .3 Service Connections, including: .1 Connecting to existing services.  .2 Service Shut-down of existing services. .3 Service Connection to Utility services. .4 Special scheduling requirements.  .5 Markings .6 Publicity / Advertising 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS .1 Section 01 35 29 Health, Safety, and Emergency Response Procedures .2 Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures .3 Section 01 35 43.13 Environmental Procedures for Hazardous Materials  .4 Section 01 51 00 Temporary Facilities & Controls .5 Obtain and refer to UBC Vancouver Contractor Safety Orientation Manual (pocket-size pamphlet, which includes emergency phone numbers and contacts) issued by the Owner as supplementary information regarding safety and work-related policies at UBC.    1.3 GENERAL RESTRICTIONS .1 No work of any kind can begin until the proper authorization and/or work permits have been obtained. .2 Stop work around an area where existing previously unidentified hazardous material is discovered (refer Section 01 35 43.13), including materials suspected of containing asbestos, and immediately contact the UBC Project Manager for direction before continuing with the Work affected. .3 UBC traffic and parking regulations apply throughout UBC, which includes in general: .1 All parking at and within the project site must first be registered with UBC Parking & Access Control Services  – 6200 University Boulevard and a permit purchased. There is NO FREE PARKING on Campus. No vehicle parking on grassed areas, boulevards, sidewalks, etc. .2 No vehicle may enter the “EMERGENCY ZONES” at any time without receiving clearance and a permit from the Parking and Access Control Services.  1.4 HOURS OF WORK .1 No person(s) shall engage in any construction in the public realm that causes disturbance of the quiet, peace, rest or enjoyment of the public, except: .1 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. (0730 hours) to 7:00 p.m. (1900 hours) on any week day that is not a statutory holiday; and, RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 14 00 Project No. 10001  WORK RESTRICTIONS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .2 between 9:00 a.m. (0900 hours) to 5:00 p.m. (1700 hours) on any Saturday that is not a statutory holiday. .2 Construction is not permitted on Sunday or any statutory holidays. .3 In any case where it is impossible or impractical to comply with the above, an application must be made to the Compliance Officer at UBC Campus and Community Planning to gain consent. .1 No construction work may take place on Sundays or on days observed as a holiday, unless specifically authorized in writing by the UBC Project Manager. .4 Construction work time, additional special restrictions: .1 Limit construction activities, particularly those generating noise and other distractions, so as not to affect the following UBC operations within the time periods described in the Contract Documents. .2 The Owner reserves the right to adjust the Contractor's activities relative to UBC's scheduled examinations.  .5 Complaints and work carried out contrary to Hours of Work restrictions will be assessed by the UBC Project Manager or designated representative, whose instructions are to be followed immediately. 1.5 EXISTING SERVICES .1 Notify UBC Project Manager and UBC Energy and Water Services of required Service Shutdown and intended interruption of services and obtain required permission.  1.6 SERVICE CONNECTION DEFINITIONS .1 A Service Connection is defined as any new physical link made to an existing UBC service distribution system, including gas, water, electricity, sewer, steam, communications and fire suppression system. .2 A Service Shut-down is defined as a total stoppage of the distributed service to a particular area. 1.7 PROCEDURE - GENERAL .1 The following procedures will apply whenever construction work is being connected to any of the Campus services or when a service shut-down is required: .1 A UBC Service Connection Application is required before any new project work is connected to a major service.  Refer to http://www.buildingoperations.ubc.ca/resources/policies-procedures-forms/.  A separate application is required for each type of service but not for each connection where more than one connection is necessary. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 14 00 Project No. 10001  WORK RESTRICTIONS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .2 A UBC Application for Service Shut-down is required to be submitted for any service shut-down.  Refer to http://www.buildingoperations.ubc.ca/resources/policies-procedures-forms/.  Where a shut-down is required in order to make a service connection a Service Connection Permit is also required.  Note that a minimum of ten (10) working days is required for a routine service shut-down. Some shut-downs can take much longer to arrange.  A separate Application for Service Shut-down is required for each type of service and for each shut-down thereto. .2 Any queries regarding the need for a Service Connection Application shall be directed to Project Services, Project Manager.   .3 There is no cost to the Contractor for a Service Connection Application. Shut-downs shall be kept to a minimum. 1.8 PROCEDURE - SERVICE CONNECTION APPLICATION .1 The Contractor shall request a Service Connection Application from the Project Manager who will complete section (2) of the application form. .2 The Contractor is responsible for obtaining information and signatures required for sections (3) and (4). .3 When sections (2), (3) and (4) are completed the Contractor shall deliver the application form to Building Operations, Utilities Mechanical Engineer for approval. 1.9 PROCEDURE - APPLICATION FOR SERVICE SHUT-DOWN .1 The Contractor is responsible for obtaining information and signatures required for Parts (1) and (2).  When Parts (1) and (2) are complete the Contractor shall deliver the form to the Project Manager. .2 Building Operations will notify the Contractor and other concerned parties of the date and duration of the shut-down.  The shut-down will be carried out by Building Operations personnel at the approved time and date. .3 Consultants and contractors should be aware that in some cases a shut-down may not be possible, or may take many weeks to organize, may require the work to be carried out in off-hours, or may require the provision of temporary services. .4 Refer to http://www.buildingoperations.ubc.ca/resources/policies-procedures-forms/ for sample forms. 1.10 SPECIAL SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS .1  As described in the Contract Documents. 1.11 MARKINGS .1 No organic markings such as felt pens or paint shall be used on any surface, whether exposed or to be concealed or covered by subsequent work, unless part of a specified identification system. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 14 00 Project No. 10001  WORK RESTRICTIONS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 4 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .2 No temporary markings shall remain visible in exposed areas after Project completion.   ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 21 00 Project No. 10001  ALLOWANCES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 1   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES .1 Cash allowances.  .2 Contingency allowance.  1.2 REFERENCES .1 Refer to the General Conditions and the Supplementary Conditions for cash allowances in the construction contract. .2 Refer to the General Conditions and the Supplementary Conditions for contingency allowance in the construction contract.  .3 Section 00300 Bid Form. 1.3 CASH ALLOWANCES  .1 Cash Allowances are shown in the 00300 Tender Form and described in the Contract Documents.  .2 Included in Contract Price are Cash allowances to be carried in Subcontracts for work specified in respective specification Sections. Coordinate to ensure no omission or duplication. .3 The Contractor will review the cash allowance tender documents for scope and administrative compatibility with the Contract, and provide a suggested list of bidders to the Owner & Consultant. Acceptance will be at the Owner’s discretion.  ***END OF SECTION***   RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 26 00 Project No. 10001  CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 1   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 GENERAL 1.1 CONTRACT CHANGES - GENERAL .1 As per Section 00700 – 00800 of this RFT.  ***END OF SECTION*** RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 29 00 Project No. 10001  PAYMENT PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 1  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL 1.1 CONTRACTOR PAYMENTS .1 As per the CCDC 2 – 2008 as supplemented by UBC Supplementary Conditions, Section 00700 – 00800 of this RFT.  ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 31 00 Project No. 10001  PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL     Spec. Note: To be included in all Tenders.  1.1 FIRST PROJECT MEETING .1 As soon as possible following the acceptance of the Contractor's Tender a first meeting will be set up in order to review the project requirements with all concerned and to turn over the site to the Contractor.  The Contractor and key Subcontractors are required to attend the first meeting as appropriate for the size, location and type of project:  .2 The start-up meeting is meant to review and discuss issues such as: .1 Project Context and Overview  .2 Permits, Approval, and Inspection  .3 UBC Shutdown and Service Connections .4 Safety  .5 Construction Site Policies .6 Contract Administration .7 Coordination with UBC  .8 Equity and Inclusion  .9 Forms, Departments and Policies 1.2 REGULAR SITE MEETINGS .1 The Contractor will schedule and administer project meetings throughout progress of the Work. Frequency, location and date of the first of the regular site meeting is to be established at the first meeting.  The Contractor will be responsible for taking and distributing minutes of site meetings. 1.3 COORDINATION OF WORK WITH THE WORK BY OWNER OR OTHER CONTRACTORS .1 Refer to the General Conditions and the Supplementary Conditions of the construction contract. .2 Refer to Section 01 11 00 Summary of Work. .3 Work by Owner and Work by Other Contractors  .1 For all work not included in Contract, but which is part of the overall Project and which will be carried out by Other Contractors under Separate Contracts or Owner's own forces. 	.1 The Contractor is responsible for:  .1 Obtain and review the information required for the Work by Other Contractors and by the Owner. Prior to proceeding with the Contractor’s related work, Contractor shall confirm proper interface and coordination of all work.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 31 00 Project No. 10001  PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .2 Review of shop drawings, product data, samples, and other submittals, and notification to both UBC Project Manager and to Consultant of any observed discrepancies or problems anticipated due to non-conformance with Contract Documents.  .3 Scheduling. .4 Setting out. .5 Coordination, including all service requirements. .6 Provide and connect all services forming part of the Work, including related cutting, drilling, coring, and doing all necessary patching and making good. .7 Disconnect and/or capping off existing services for existing equipment to be relocated by Other Contractors or Owner, including all necessary patching and making good. .8 Provide suitable storage for other contractors' pre-delivered products and equipment when available on site and/or building. .9 Security. .10 Damage caused by the Contractor. .11 Arranging installation inspections required by public authorities.  .2 The Owner is responsible for:  .1 Providing information required of Other Contractors for the Work.  .2 Ensuring the timing of information and the work of Other Contractors and Owner's own forces conforms to the agreed construction schedule. .3 Testing and placing in operation. .4 OWNER-SUPPLIED PRODUCTS .1 For all products not included in Contract (NIC or similar designation), but which are part of the overall Project and which will be supplied by the Owner. .1 The Contractor, in addition to the same responsibilities described by 1.3 above for Other Contractor work, is responsible for: .1 Obtaining and the review of information required for the Work and provided by product manufacturers. .2 The Owner, in addition to the same responsibilities described by 1.3 above, is responsible for: RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 31 00 Project No. 10001  PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .1 Arrange for delivery of shop drawings, product data, samples, manufacturer's instructions, and certificates to Consultant and Contractor. .2 Ensuring the timing of information and the delivery of N.I.C. products conforms to the agreed construction schedule. .3 Deliver supplier's bill of materials to Contractor.  .4 Arrange and pay for delivery FOB site in accordance with Progress Schedule.  .5 Inspect deliveries jointly with Contractor.  .6 Submit claims for transportation damage.  .7 Arrange for replacement of damaged, defective or missing items, and determine responsibility for costs.  .8 For NIC products installed by the Owner: unload, store, uncrate, and move into location, and supply and install required anchors to adequately support weight, resist vibration, and provide lateral and seismic restraint. .9 For NIC products installed by the Contractor, supply all required anchors to adequately support weight, resist vibration, and supply lateral and seismic restraints .10 The design and installation review of lateral and seismic restraints noted above which shall be by a Professional Engineer Registered in British Columbia. .11 Arrange for manufacturer's field representatives to clarify installation and carry out placing in service and testing, when required by the particular product and equipment. .12 Testing and placing in operation all N.I.C. products. .3 Additional requirements or conditions related to Owner-supplied products: .1 (Description, or state:) To be issued by Addendum if applicable ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 32 16 Project No. 10001  CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE  UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES .1 Schedules. .2 Critical path scheduling. .3 Progress photographs and video. .4 Submittals schedule. 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS .1 Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures .2 Section 01 78 39 Project Record Documents .3 This section describes requirements applicable to all Sections within Divisions 01 to 33. 1.3 SCHEDULES .1 Submit schedules as follows: .1 Submittal Schedule for Shop Drawings and Product Data. .2 Submittal Schedule for Samples. .3 Submittal Schedule for timeliness of Owner-furnished Products. .4 Product Delivery Schedule. .5 Cash Allowance Schedule for acquiring Products only or Products and Installation, or Installation only. .6 Shutdown or closure activity. .2 Schedule Format .1 Prepare schedule in form of a MS PROJECT horizontal Gantt bar chart. .2 Provide a separate bar for each major item of work, subcontract or operation. .3 Split horizontally for projected and actual performance. .4 Provide horizontal time scale identifying first or last Working Day of each week. .5 Format for listings: Table of Contents of the Project Manual or chronological order of start of each item of work. .6 Identification of listings: By specification Section numbers, specification subjects or systems description. .3 Schedule Submission .1 Submit initial format of schedules within 15 working days after award of Contract. .2 Submit schedules in electronic format, forward through e-mail or through project web site as*.pdf, *.gif, *.tif, or*.bmp files. .3 Consultant will review schedule and return review copy within 10 days after receipt. .4 Resubmit finalized schedule within 7 days after return of review copy. .5 Submit revised progress schedule with each application for payment. .6 Distribute copies of revised schedule to: .1 Job site office. .2 Subcontractors. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 32 16 Project No. 10001  CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE  UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .3 Other concerned parties. .7 Instruct recipients to report to Contractor within 10 days, any problems anticipated by timetable shown in schedule. 1.4 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULING .1 Submit [computer generated] network analysis diagram using the [critical path] [PERT] method. .2 Show complete sequence of construction by activity, identifying Work of separate stages and other logically grouped activities.  Indicate the early and late start, early and late finish, float dates, and duration. .3 Indicate estimated percentage of completion for each item of Work at each submission. .4 Indicate submittal dates required for shop drawings, product data, samples, and product delivery dates, including those furnished by Owner and required by Allowances. .5 Include dates for commencement and completion of each major element of construction as follows. .1 Site clearing. .2 Site utilities. .3 Foundation Work. .4 Structural framing. .5 Special Subcontractor Work. .6 Equipment Installations. .7 Finishes. .6 Indicate projected percentage of completion of each item as of first day of month. .7 Indicate progress of each activity to date of submission schedule. .8 Indicate changes occurring since previous submission of schedule: .1 Major changes in scope. .2 Activities modified since previous submission. .3 Revised projections of progress and completion. .4 Other identifiable changes. .9 Provide a narrative report to define: .1 Problem areas, anticipated delays, and impact on schedule. .2 Corrective action recommended and its effect. .3 Effect of changes on schedules of other prime contractors. 1.5 CRITICAL PATH SCHEDULING .1 Include complete sequence of construction activities. .2 Include dates for commencement and completion of each major element of construction. .1 Site clearing. .2 Site utilities. .3 Foundation Work. .4 Structural framing. .5 Special Subcontractor Work. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 32 16 Project No. 10001  CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE  UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .6 Equipment Installations. .7 Finishes. .3 Show projected percentage of completion of each item as of first day of month. .4 Indicate progress of each activity to date of submission schedule. .5 Show changes occurring since previous submission of schedule: .1 Major changes in scope. .2 Activities modified since previous submission. .3 Revised projections of progress and completion. .4 Other identifiable changes. .6 Provide a narrative report to define: .1 Problem areas, anticipated delays, and impact on schedule. .2 Corrective action recommended and its effect. .3 Effect of changes on schedules of other prime contractors. 1.6 PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHS .1 Digital Photography .1 Completed by Consultant or others.  1.7 PROGRESS VIDEO .1 Completed by Consultant or others.  1.8 SUBMITTALS SCHEDULE .1 Include schedule for submitting shop drawings, product data, samples. .2 Indicate dates for submitting, review time, resubmission time, and last date for meeting fabrication schedule. .3 Include dates when submittals will be required for Owner-furnished products. .4 Include dates when reviewed submittals will be required from Consultant. ***END OF SECTION*** RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 33 00 Project No. 10001  SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL 1.1 INSURANCES AND BONDS .1 Promptly submit Bond and Insurance Certificates as required to the Project Manager.  Progress draws will not be paid before these documents have been submitted.  Insurance Certificates shall name UBC as additional insured. .2 All other submittals required to be submitted within 15 days of award of contract. 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS .1 Section 01 11 00 Summary of Work – Work Sequence .2 Section 01 31 00 Project Management and Coordination .3 Section 01 32 16 Construction Progress Schedule 1.3 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE .1 Promptly submit a construction schedule covering the full scope of the contract to the Project Manager. The construction schedule will include any special schedule requirements established by the Consultant and incorporated in the Instructions to Tenderers and the Tender Form. The Contractor shall prepare the schedule as follows: .1 After award of contract and before commencement of the Work, a first project meeting will be held with the Project Manager, Consultant, Contractor, and Subcontractors in attendance.  The Contractor shall prepare a preliminary and proposed sequence of construction and construction schedule, for presentation at this meeting.  Timing of service interruptions, phases and sequence of the Work, etc., and any clarifications with respect to scheduling will be brought forward and discussed at this time. .2 Following this meeting the Contractor shall submit his construction schedule, to include required staging and sequencing of the Work and also detailed scheduling for mechanical, plumbing and electrical work, etc., to the Project Manager for final acceptance.  The construction schedule shall include any instructions resulting from the first project meeting. .3 In order to improve the work schedule or eliminate unforeseen problems, modifications to the construction schedule may be suggested by the Project Manager, Consultant or the Contractor during the contract and such modifications may be implemented by mutual agreement.  Schedules must be updated and reissued monthly to reflect the agreed changes. .4 The contractor shall submit monthly project schedule updates, both in hard copy and electronic form. Electronic format to be Microsoft Project 98 or later.  The schedule shall detail task start, duration, and completion dates, and percent complete of each task.  It shall highlight critical tasks, task linkages, and order/delivery dates for major equipment components.  An up-to-date construction schedule, submitted both in print and electronically, is required with all progress claims. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 33 00 Project No. 10001  SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.4 PROGRESS REPORTS/DAILY REPORTS .1 The Contractor shall, from the date of commencement of the Work, maintain a careful daily record of the progress of the Work.  This record shall be open to inspection by the Consultant or the Owner at all reasonable times and shall, if requested, be turned over to the Consultant at Substantial Performance of the Work.  The record shall show all pertinent data such as: .1 if applicable, the daily weather conditions, .2 commencement, progress and completion of various portions of the work, .3 dates of all meetings and their purpose, .4 dates of visits by government authorities, inspectors, utility companies and the like, .5 record of work force employed, .6 materials causing delay,  .7 clarifications or questions, and .8 safety program records 1.5 SHOP DRAWINGS, SAMPLES AND PRODUCT DATA .1 All Shop Drawings and Samples are to be submitted to the Consultant (unless otherwise instructed) for review.  After the Consultant has reviewed the Shop Drawings, the Consultant shall submit one copy of the Reviewed Shop Drawings to the Project Manager, unless otherwise specified.  Except for the Finish Hardware Schedule, UBC does not review Shop Drawings prior to the Consultant returning them to the Contractor. .2 Unless specifically requested Samples need not be submitted to UBC.  Product data is not normally required to be submitted to UBC.  The exception to this is the Manufacturers Safety Data sheet (MSD) for all toxic or potentially toxic materials. Refer to Section 01360 Hazardous Materials for more information. .3 All submittals and each document within single submittal shall be clearly identified with a relevant MasterFormat 2014, Division and Section number under which they are required. Refer to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) for details about MasterFormat 2014 Numbers and Titles. (PDF available here) 1.6 FINISH HARDWARE SCHEDULE .1 The Finish Hardware Supplier's Schedule shall be submitted in accordance with Section 08 71 00. 1.7 INSPECTION & TEST REPORTS .1 Copies of Electrical, Gas and Plumbing permits shall be forwarded to the Project Manager and also maintained in the site office for reference by interested parties. .2 Testing Reports shall be submitted to the Contractor with copies to the Consultant and the Project Representative.  Copies shall also be kept in the temporary construction office for reference by interested parties. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 33 00 Project No. 10001  SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.8 REVIEWED SHOP DRAWINGS .1 One complete set of reviewed Shop Drawings is to be kept on the construction site for reference by Consultants and Inspectors.  ***END OF SECTION*** RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 05 Project No. 10001  UBC POLICIES, WORK PROCEDURES & FORMS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 1   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 GENERAL 1.1 FORMS FOR THE USE OF THE CONSULTANT AND/OR CONTRACTOR .1 Standard forms shall be utilized for UBC projects as applicable.  A link to the forms is provided in the Building Operations, Policies, Work Procedures & Forms webpage: http://www.buildingoperations.ubc.ca/resources/policies-procedures-forms/   ***END OF SECTION***    RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 16 Project No. 10001  ALTERATION PROJECT PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 2   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL 1.1. RELATED SECTIONS .1 Refer to Section 01 14 00 Work Restrictions. .2 For general waste management and recycling requirements, refer to Division 01 Section 01 74 19 Construction Waste Management and Disposal. 1.2. PROTECTION OF EXISTING BUILDINGS AND SERVICES .1 When working within an existing occupied building the following requirements apply: .1 The Contractor shall provide temporary enclosures for securing off of work and the maintenance of any services necessary to the proper and efficient operation of the Project. .2 The Contractor shall conduct construction operations with minimum interference to existing building operations, adjacent buildings, adjacent public or private roadways, parking lots, sidewalks and access facilities in general. .3 The Contractor shall provide protection against smoke propagation emanating from welding operations by use of temporary smoke barriers and/or temporary local ventilation of areas involved and shall provide a fire extinguisher at all areas where welding is being carried out. .4 Special provisions shall be made by the Contractor to protect existing building areas when exposed by removal of existing roofing and walls or other exterior surfaces.  All necessary precautions and measures shall be taken by the Contractor to ensure the interior of existing building is weathertight and fully secured at all times. .5 All Work in areas to receive renovations shall be completely sealed off by the Contractor from the remainder of the building.  Temporary partitions shall be installed, covered, insulated and sealed from construction noise and dust.  All debris shall be removed daily from these areas, as well as from all areas of the site, to maintain clean, safe and efficient site conditions.  Control of dust is critical.  Take all necessary precautions and schedule Work to ensure adjoining occupied areas are completely dust free at all times. .6 The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to fully protect the existing equipment and furnishings against damage from water, dust or the like, during installation of new work, including cutting of existing roof and walls.  Dust screens and/or platforms shall be provided as specified above.  Cover and protect existing furnishings, equipment, etc., by means acceptable to the Owner whenever Work is to be carried on above or beside such existing items. .7 Where material or equipment is being transported within the existing building on carts or pallets, such carts or pallets shall have rubber tires. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 16 Project No. 10001  ALTERATION PROJECT PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 2   The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .8 The Contractor shall provide temporary hoarding to maintain unobstructed access to exits and to prevent access to construction areas in accordance with all Safety Regulations and good practice. .9 The Contractor shall seal, supply and return ducts and chases or temporary filters installed to prevent migration of dust and noise through existing air systems. .10 Where work is confined inside a room, the door shall be temporarily weatherstripped to prevent dust from leaving the room. .11 The Contractor shall make good, at no expense to the Owner, any damage or disruption caused to the existing building contents and to the adjoining property, utilities and services not called for as part of the Work of this contract.  All repair work shall only be done after consultation with the Owner, Consultant, appropriate parties and authorities and to standards and codes or the authorities having jurisdiction. .12 Making good shall mean restoration to at least the original condition in terms of strength, safety, workmanship and appearance. .13 The Contractor shall protect existing exterior finishes, windows, doors, etc., at all times from damage from hoists, chutes, materials handling equipment, or new construction. .14 The Contractor shall obtain the Consultant’s approval prior to cutting openings through structural members.  ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 29 Project No. 10001  HEALTH, SAFETY, AND  UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES   PAGE 1 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.0 GENERAL    1.1 GENERAL .1 The responsibility for safety on construction sites shall rest with the Contractor(s).  The regulations of the Worker's Compensation Board (WorkSafeBC) and the British Columbia Building Code apply as a minimum.  For the purpose of Part 8 of the British Columbia Building Code the following definitions apply: .1 service company: shall mean UBC Building Operations for steam, water, gas, sanitary sewers and storm sewers, and UBC IT Services for telephone, communications and cable television. .2 street: shall mean any thoroughfare uses by the public, service vehicles or pedestrians. .3 public property: shall mean all property on the UBC campus outside the area defined or shown as the project site - normally delimited by the hoarding line. .2 All Contractors and Subcontractors must be registered employers with the Workers Compensation Board and must conform to all WorkSafeBC requirements for construction safety. .3 The Owner will provide the Contractor with any known information regarding hazards to the health or safety of persons in the workplace. 1.2 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PROGRAM   .1 The Prime Contractor shall have in place a safety program acceptable to the Worker’s Compensation Board.  At the start of a job the Contractor shall submit a Notice of Project to WorkSafeBC, with copies to UBC.   .2 The contractor shall obtain a copy of the UBC's lock-out procedures as well as information on notice required if service such as power or water may be shut off (Shutdown Request). .3 The contractor shall abide by the UBC Contractors Safety Orientation Manual, the latest version. 1.3 SITE SAFETY PLAN .1 A Site Safety Plan is required for all additions, renovations and all new buildings regulated under Part 3 of the British Columbia Building Code or when required by WorkSafeBC. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 29 Project No. 10001  HEALTH, SAFETY, AND  UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES   PAGE 2 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  .2 The Prime Contractor shall conduct a job hazard assessment and prepare a Site Safety Plan giving the names and emergency telephone numbers of the Prime Contractor, the Project Manager, the Consultant, the Trades Safety Coordinator, UBC Campus Security, UBC Trouble Calls and UBC Parking & Access Control Services.  The Plan shall also show the details of the construction procedure relating to site access, maintenance of any required exits, barricades, traffic control, scaffolding and swing stages, hoisting equipment, fire protection facilities, emergency shut-off locations, material storage, waste materials, control of dust and debris, protection of the edges of each floors and any other items required by the Chief Building Inspector.  The Site Safety Plan will be presented to the Project Manager at the first Project Meeting. .3 The Site Safety Plan shall be adjusted to reflect the current stage of construction activities.  The Site Safety Plan shall be posted on the job site on a 600mm by 600mm piece of plywood protected from the weather and staked into the ground so as to be visible from the street.  Alternatively it may be posted and protected from the weather on the principal construction site entrance or shelter provided for workers or equipment. .4 A separate Fire Safety Plan for the construction site shall also be submitted in accordance with the BC Fire Code. 1.4 PROXIMITY TO OVERHEAD POWER LINES .1 Where work must be conducted in an area which is in close proximity to overhead power lines, UBC Energy and Water Services will provide assurance in writing that the power lines are de-energized, or require guarding.  The Contractor shall contact the Energy and Water Services (ph: 604-822-9445) to coordinate appropriate procedures and to obtain the WorkSafeBC form 30M33. All work procedures must be in conformance with Part 19 of the WorkSafeBC Regulations. 1.5 ROOF TOP ACCESS .1 Roof top access is restricted on all UBC Buildings in accordance with Building Operations Policy and Procedure I-B-6: Roof Top Access.  A Roof-Top Access Permit and Key Authorization Form can be obtained from Project Services Project Coordinator.  The Contractor will confirm with the Owner to ensure they are working with the most up to date processes.  1.6 PROCEDURE FOR ENTERING CONFINED SPACES .1 Contractors must conform to the WorkSafeBC regulations with respect to entering confined spaces such as manholes, service tunnels etc.  The Contractor must follow the UBC Confined Space Policy I-B-1. 1.7 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT .1 Contractors are required to provide their own protective clothing and equipment when required for access to any restricted location on the UBC Campus.  This would include, but not be limited to items such as, hard hats, safety footwear, respirators and protective coveralls.  Items which require custom fitting, such as respirators, shall not be made available for use by more than one person. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 29 Project No. 10001  HEALTH, SAFETY, AND  UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES   PAGE 3 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019  1.8 BARRICADES AND BARRIERS .1 All barricades and barriers on construction sites shall conform to all safety practices required by regulations and good practice.  Barriers for work outside the construction site must be visible both day and night. .2 All walkways in close proximity to job sites shall be built with overhead protection where overhead work is being performed in close proximity. .3 In pedestrian areas adequate warning must be provided for visually impaired pedestrians.  Chain link fencing or hoarding is preferred as it allows blind persons to feel the base of the barricade with their canes.  Audible or tactile warning devices may also be required.  Before setting up barricades in pedestrian areas the Owner must be notified at least 48 hours in advance in order that the Crane Library & Resource Centre can be notified and visually impaired people can be made aware. .4 In vehicular areas barriers shall conform to the requirements of Part 8 of the B.C. Building Code.  The placement of all barriers in vehicular areas must be approved by Parking & Access Control Services and, if applicable, the Ministry of Transportation and Highways.  Parking & Access Control Services will notify the VFRS Fire Protection Office of the presence of the barriers. 1.9 FIRST AID .1 The Contractor shall arrange for the provision of first aid facilities and an Accident Prevention Program to the requirements of the Workers' Compensation Board of B.C. 1.10 LOCKOUT PROCEDURES .1 All Contractors shall conform to the UBC – Building Operations Policy and Procedure I-B-2: Lock-out Safety.  Copies of this procedure can be obtained from the Project Services Project Coordinator. 1.11 X-RAYS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION TESTING .1 Non-destructive testing involving x-ray sources or x-ray emitting devices shall be in accordance with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Regulations to minimize radiation exposure to workers, other building occupants and passersby.  All testing of this nature must be reported in writing, at least 3 days in advance, to the Radiation Safety Office, UBC Risk Management Services, tel. 604-822-7052. 1.12 FIRE PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION .1 Refer to Part 8 of the B.C. Building Code and the requirements of the Fire Services Act, Regulations and Bulletins.  Questions concerning these requirements should be directed to the VFRS Fire Protection Office.  ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019 SPEC NOTE:  Always include this section.  1.0 GENERAL     1.1 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS .1 Comply with Federal, Provincial and Campus regulations pertaining to waste, air, solid waste, chemical waste, sanitary waste, sediment and noise pollution. .2 Protection of natural resources:  Preserve the natural resources within the project boundaries and outside the limits of permanent work performed under this Contract in their existing condition or restore to an equivalent or improved condition upon completion of the Work. .1 Confine demolition and construction activities to areas defined by public roads, easements, and work area limits indicated on the Drawings. .1 Temporary construction:  Remove indications of temporary construction facilities, such as haul roads, work areas, structures, stockpiles of excess or waste materials, and other vestiges of construction as directed by Project Manager. .2 Water resources:  Comply with applicable regulations concerning the direct or indirect discharge of pollutants to the underground and natural waters. .1 Oily substances:  Prevent oily or other hazardous substances from entering the ground, drainage areas, or local bodies of water in such quantities as to affect normal use, aesthetics, or produce a measurable ecological impact on the area.  Store and service construction equipment at areas designated for collection of oil wastes. .3 Land resources:  Prior to construction, identify all land resources to be preserved within the work area.  Do no remove, cut deface, injure, or destroy land resources including trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, top soil, and land forms without permission from the Project Manager. .1 Erodible soils:  Plan and conduct earthwork to minimize the duration of exposure of unprotected soils.  Clear areas in reasonably sized increments only as needed to use the areas developed.  Immediately protect side slopes and back slopes upon completion of rough grading. .4 Erosion and sedimentation control:  Construct or install temporary and permanent erosion and sedimentation control features as required to meet the City of Vancouver’s Bulletins 2002-002-EV and 2002-003-EV or latest revision thereof.   .5 Dust control, air pollution, and odor control:  Prevent creation of dust, air pollution and odors.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019 .1 Use water sprinkling, temporary enclosures, and other appropriate methods to limit dust and dirt rising and scattering in air to lowest practical level.  Do not use water when it may create hazardous or other adverse conditions such as flooding and pollution. .2 Store volatile liquids, including fuels and solvents, in closed containers. .3 Properly maintain equipment to reduce gaseous pollutant emissions. .6 Noise Control:  Perform demolition and construction operations to minimize noise.  Perform noise producing work in less sensitive hours of the day or week as directed by the Owner's Representative. .1 Repetitive impact noise on the project site shall not exceed the following dB limitations:  Sound Level in dB Time Duration of Impact Noise  70 More than 12 minutes in any hour  80 More than 3 minutes in any hour .2 Provide equipment sound-deadening devices, and take noise abatement measures that are necessary to comply with these requirements. .3 Maximum permissible construction equipment noise levels at 50 feet (dB): EARTH MOVING dB MATERIALS HANDLING dB FRONT LOADERS 75 CONCRETE MIXERS 75 BACKHOES 75 CONCRETE PUMPS 75 DOZERS 75 CRANES 75 TRACTORS 75 DERRICKS IMPACT 75 SCRAPERS 80 PILE DRIVERS 95 GRADERS 75 JACK HAMMERS 75 TRUCKS 75 ROCK DRILLS 80 PAVERS, STATIONARY 80 PNEUMATIC TOOLS 80 PUMPS 75 SAWS 75 GENERATORS 75 VIBRATORS 75 COMPRESSORS 75 .7 Disposal operations: .1 Promptly and legally transport and dispose of removed and demolished items and waste materials that are not identified to be recycled or reused. .2 Do not burn, bury or otherwise dispose of rubbish and waste materials on project site. 1.2 FIRES .1 Fires and burning of rubbish on UBC lands and the site not permitted.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 3 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019 1.3 CONSTRUCTION SITE WASTES .1 Do not bury rubbish and waste materials on site unless approved by Engineer.  .2 Do not dispose of waste or volatile materials, such as mineral spirits, oil or paint thinner into waterways, storm or sanitary sewers. .3 For general waste management and recycling requirements, refer to Division 01 Section 01 74 19 Construction Waste Management and Disposal. 1.4 DRAINAGE .1 Provide temporary drainage and pumping as necessary to keep excavations and site free from water.  .2 Do not pump water containing suspended materials into waterways, sewer or drainage systems.  .3 Control disposal of runoff of water containing suspended materials or other harmful substances in accordance with local authority requirements.  1.5 SITE CLEARING AND PLANT PROTECTION .1 All Final decision will be made by UBC’s campus Arborist. .2 Protect trees and plants on site and adjacent properties where indicated.  .3 Wrap in burlap, trees and shrubs adjacent to construction work, storage areas and trucking lanes, and encase with protective wood framework from grade level to height of 2m.  .4 Protect roots of designated trees to dripline during excavation and site grading to prevent disturbance or damage. Avoid unnecessary traffic, dumping and storage of materials over root zones.  .5 Minimize the stripping of topsoil and vegetation.  .6 Restrict tree removals to areas indicated or designated by Engineer.  1.6 WORK ADJACENT TO WATERWAYS .1 Do not operate construction equipment in waterways.  .2 Do not use waterway beds for borrow material without the Owner’s Project Manager’s approval.  .3 Do not dump excavated fill, waste material or debris in waterways.  .4 Design and construct temporary crossings to minimize erosion to waterways.  .5 Do not skid logs or construction materials across waterways.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 4 OF 4  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019 .6 Avoid indicated spawning beds when constructing temporary crossings of waterways.  .7 Do not blast under water or within 100 m of indicated spawning beds.  1.7 POLLUTION CONTROL .1 Maintain temporary erosion and pollution control features installed under this contract.  .2 Control emissions from equipment and plant according to local authorities’ emission requirements.  .3 Prevent sandblasting and other extraneous materials from contaminating air beyond application area, by providing temporary enclosures.  .4 Cover or wet down dry materials and rubbish to prevent blowing dust and debris. Provide dust control for temporary roads.   ***END OF SECTION***  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43.13 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES FOR UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility HAZARDOUS MATERIALS   PAGE 1 OF 5  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 GENERAL   1.1. ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIAL (ACM) .1 All activities concerning asbestos handling, removal, and disposal shall conform to WorkSafeBC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (OH&S) and “Safe Work Practices for Handling Asbestos” (current edition) and to any additional requirements indicated by UBC Asbestos Management Program. .2 A UBC Asbestos Hazard Assessment Memo will be provided as part of the Contract Documents. The UBC Asbestos Hazard Assessment Memo must be posted on the site safety board. In special cases where site safety boards are not available, the memo must be part of the work package and must be reviewed by the worker prior to commencing the work.  .3 The Contractor shall review the Contract Documents and site and promptly report to the Owner's representative any errors, inconsistencies or omissions he may discover, concerning the presence of asbestos-containing materials.  If suspect asbestos material is discovered during the normal progress of the project, the Contractor shall not proceed with the affected portion of the Work until direction from the Owner's Representative has been received.  The presence of asbestos-containing material must be reported to the Project Manager and the UBC Asbestos Management Group at 604-822-8772.  .4 Should there be asbestos-containing material present on the site, either specifically stated in the Contract Documents or discovered during the project, all work with asbestos-containing materials must be performed by a qualified Asbestos Abatement Contractor.  The scheduling of the work is the responsibility of the Contractor.  All applicable regulatory requirements such as WorkSafeBC and UBC regulations and guidelines as provided by the UBC Asbestos Management Program must be strictly adhered to. .5  All air monitoring and inspections will be conducted by a qualified OH&S Consultant. .6 At least 24 hours prior to commencing work, the Asbestos Abatement Contractor will file a “Notice of Project” (NOP) and Site Specific Work Procedures intended for use on the project to WorkSafeBC.  A copy of the NOP must also be faxed to the UBC Asbestos Management Program at 604-827-5629. .7 Only the following pre-approved asbestos abatement contractors shall be used: .1 Quantum Murray LP .2 ACTES Environmental .3 Phoenix Enterprises Ltd. .4 NUCOR Environmental Solutions Ltd.  1.2. POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCB) .1 The procedure for the removal and disposal of PCB containing light fixtures shall be carried out in accordance with requirements in Division 16.     RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43.13 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES FOR UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility HAZARDOUS MATERIALS   PAGE 2 OF 5  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .2 All activities involving handling, storage and transportation of PCB containing materials must be carried out in accordance with all Provincial and Federal regulations and documents: 1.3. RADIOISOTOPES .1 Construction of facilities designated for radioisotope use shall be reviewed and approved in writing by UBC Risk Management Services (RMS). .2 Radioisotope laboratories shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission document R-52, Design Guide for Basic and Intermediate Level Radioisotope Laboratories. .3 The Consultant will contact UBC RMS at least 10 working days prior to project start up, to arrange for the safe removal of radiation hazards by the Radiation Safety Officer (RSO).  Radiation warning signs will be removed only by the RSO. .4 Prior to commencement of renovation construction, a complete set of contamination control records (wipe tests) will be generated by the principal investigator responsible for the space.  These records must be submitted to the RSO for approval. .5 The Contractor must obtain written assurance from the RSO prior to commencement of construction that the area if free of radioactive contamination. 1.4. WORKPLACE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (WHMIS) .1 The Contractor, Subcontractors and Suppliers shall comply with Workers Compensation Boards' Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS.) Regulations pertaining to labeling, provision of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), education and training programs, safe handling and emergency procedures for "Controlled Products" being used in the Project.  This includes handling hazardous materials so that project workers, the public, the UBC community and property are not at risk. .2 Operations producing odours such as the application of adhesives and painting shall be carried out in a safe manner and in a manner to prevent the spread of fumes to occupied areas of the building.  Submit to the Consultant WHMIS Material Safety Data Sheets for all chemical treatments, adhesives and potentially harmful products to be used. 1.5. BIO-SAFETY AND OTHER HAZARDS .1 The Project Manager will call UBC Risk Management Services at least 10 working days before project startup to arrange for the safe removal and/or disposal from within and adjacent to the project area of all hazardous materials including but not limited to chemicals, radioactive materials, bio-medical materials and glass laboratory equipment.  Signs warning of the presence of hazardous materials will also be removed.  Other laboratory equipment, which cannot be moved and which presents a potential for injury will be locked out and sealed.  RMS will provide written confirmation to the Contractor and Consultant that the project area is ready for construction. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43.13 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES FOR UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility HAZARDOUS MATERIALS   PAGE 3 OF 5  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.6. SPILLS & CLEANUP .1 The Contractor, subcontractors and suppliers must comply with the B.C. Ministry of the Environment Regulations involving the required response to spills of hazardous materials that could result in contamination of the environment (air, water, ground). .2 The Contractor, subcontractors and suppliers must be able to respond to spills of a hazardous or unknown material while working at UBC.  Procedures would include isolating the area to prevent further exposure to the material and immediately informing the on-site superintendent and the UBC Project Manager or the VFRS Fire Protection Office at 911 or 604-665-6068.   .3 The Contractor, subcontractors and suppliers must have available the material, procedures and trained personnel required to clean up spills of any material they use in their work at UBC. 1.7. STORAGE AND HANDLING .1 Coordinate storage of hazardous materials with the Project Manager and abide by internal requirements for labeling and storage of materials and wastes.  .2 Store and handle hazardous materials and wastes in accordance with applicable federal and provincial laws, regulations, codes, and guidelines.  .3 Store and handle flammable and combustible materials in accordance with current British Columbia Fire Code of Canada requirements.  .4 Keep no more than 45 litres of flammable and combustible liquids such as gasoline, kerosene and naphtha for ready use. Store all flammable and combustible liquids in approved safety cans bearing the Underwriter's Laboratory of Canada or Factory Mutual seal of approval. Storage of quantities of flammable and combustible liquids exceeding 45 litres for work purposes requires the written approval of the Consultant.  .5 Transfer of flammable and combustible liquids is prohibited within buildings.  .6 Transfer of flammable and combustible liquids will not be carried out in the vicinity of open flames or any type of heat-producing devices.  .7 Flammable liquids having a flash point below 38°C, such as naptha or gasoline, will not be used as solvents or cleaning agents.  .8 Store flammable (flash point < 37.8°C) and combustible (flash point < 37.8°C) waste liquids for disposal in approved containers located in a safe, ventilated area. Keep quantities to a minimum.  .9 Observe smoking regulations at all times. Smoking is prohibited in any area where hazardous, flammable, and/or combustible materials are stored, used, or handled.  .10 Abide by the following storage requirements for quantities of hazardous materials and wastes in excess of 5 kg for solids, and 5 litres for liquids:  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43.13 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES FOR UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility HAZARDOUS MATERIALS   PAGE 4 OF 5  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .1 Store hazardous materials and wastes in closed and sealed containers which are in good condition.  .2 Label containers of hazardous materials and wastes in accordance with WHMIS.  .3 Store hazardous materials and wastes in containers compatible with that material or waste.  .4 Segregate incompatible materials and wastes.  .5 Ensure that different hazardous materials or hazardous wastes are not mixed.  .6 Store hazardous materials and wastes in a secure storage area with controlled access.  .7 Maintain a clear egress from storage area.  .8 Store hazardous materials and wastes in a manner and location which will prevent them from spilling into the environment.  .9 Have appropriate emergency spill response equipment available near the storage area, including personal protective equipment.  .10 Maintain an inventory of hazardous materials and wastes, including product name, quantity, and date when storage began.  .11 Ensure personnel have been trained in accordance with Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) requirements.  .12 Report spills or accidents immediately to Project Manager. Submit a written spill report to Project Manager within 24 hours of incident.  1.8. TRANSPORTATION .1 Transport hazardous materials and wastes in accordance with federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, and applicable provincial regulations.   2.0 PRODUCTS 2.1. MATERIALS .1 Only bring on site the quantity of hazardous materials required to perform work.  .2 Maintain MSDSs in proximity to where the materials are being used. Communicate this location to personnel who may have contact with hazardous materials.  RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 35 43.13 Project No. 10001  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURES FOR UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility HAZARDOUS MATERIALS   PAGE 5 OF 5  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   3.0 EXECUTION 3.1. DISPOSAL .1 Dispose of hazardous waste materials in accordance with applicable federal and provincial acts, regulations, and guidelines.  .2 Recycle hazardous wastes for which there is an approved, cost effective recycling process available.  .3 Send hazardous wastes only to authorized hazardous waste disposal or treatment facilities.  .4 Burning, diluting, or mixing hazardous wastes for purpose of disposal is prohibited.  .5 Disposal of hazardous materials in waterways, storm or sanitary sewers, or in municipal solid waste landfills is prohibited.  .6 Dispose of hazardous wastes in a timely fashion in accordance with applicable provincial regulations.  .7 Dispose of aerosol cans in accordance with UBC Generator Waste Disposal Procedure – ref. 06.01.19. .8 Dispose of gas (propane/butane/other) cylinders in accordance with UBC Hazardous Waste Disposal Procedure – ref. 06.01.16.   ***END OF SECTION*** RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 41 00 Project No. 10001  REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 2  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   1.0 GENERAL 1.1 BUILDING PERMITS .1 The British Columbia Building Code applies to all buildings on land on the Point Grey Campus of the University of British Columbia.  A Building Permit is required for all projects to which the British Columbia Building Code applies as defined in Subsection 1.1.2 of the Code except as amended by the UBC Development & Building Regulations.  A separate Building Permit is required for the demolition of a building unless the demolition is part of a contract for the construction of a new building.  No construction/demolition work may be started without a Building Permit and the applicable Trade Permits. .2 A Building Permit has been applied for and will be obtained by the Consultant. 1.2 AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION .1 The "authority having jurisdiction" with respect to the British Columbia Building Code and its related regulations is the Chief Inspector, Permits & Inspections group, UBC Regulatory Services, 2210 West Mall, Vancouver, B.C., V6T 1Z4. .2 The "authority having jurisdiction" with respect to the British Columbia Fire Code is the Fire Commissioner, Inspectors and Local Assistant to the Fire Commissioner.  The Local Assistant on the UBC Campus is the Manager VFRS Fire Protection Office. 1.3 EXCAVATION & BACKFILL PERMITS .1 Excavation Permits are required for all excavation not covered by a Building Permit: .1 Any machine excavation no matter how deep, .2 Any excavation deeper than 500mm, .3 Any penetration of earth with drills, piles, augers, spikes etc., or .4 Any penetration of concrete deeper than 50mm. .2 An Excavation & Backfill Permit can be obtained by making application on the appropriate form which is available from UBC Regulatory Services, and paying them the required fee. 1.4 DAMAGE DEPOSITS .1 Contractors are required to protect all surrounding roadways, sidewalks, walkways and other site features outside the construction site boundary.  A damage deposit is payable by the Contractor to the Campus & Community Planning University Engineer who is the sole authority to determine the amount of such deposits and if and how the deposits will be used to repair damage to the UBC Campus.  A receipt for the damage deposit must be presented to the Permits & Inspections group before a Building Permit will be issued. 1.5 TRADE PERMITS       .1 Trade Permits must be obtained by the applicable Trade Contractor before any work is started.  UBC Plumbing & Sprinkler Permits are available from Chief Inspector, Permits & Inspections group upon submission of the appropriate documentation and payment of the required fee. RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 41 00 Project No. 10001  REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 2 OF 2  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018 Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No. 10001 April 3, 2019   .2 Other Trade Permits required by statute must be obtained from the applicable Provincial authority.  When requested, copies of these permits must be submitted to the Chief Inspector. 1.6 UBC INSPECTORS .1 UBC's Inspectors fulfill the following functions: .1 They act in roles as municipal building officials and enforce the provisions of the B.C. Building Code and the UBC Development & Building Regulations. They also liaise with other Provincial and Federal authorities. .2 Provide a check and balance on the required Field Review of the Coordinating Registered Professional and the Registered Professionals and Design Assistants. .3 Inspect to determine that UBC's interests are protected and report observations to the Project Manager. .2 The UBC Inspectors are not authorized to make changes to the contract.  If the Contractor feels that their instructions are not in accordance with the Contract, the Contractor shall request clarification from the Consultant or Project Manager.  Contractors are required to call for and obtain all necessary inspections, including those listed in the UBC Development & Building Regulations.  At least 24 hours advance notice is required. 1.7 FINAL INSPECTION .1 No building or part thereof may be occupied without the prior written authorization of the Chief Inspector in the form of a Final Building Inspection Report.  An application shall be made in writing not less than 10 working days before it is required.  1.8 APPEALS .1 When the Chief Inspector and a Consultant or Contractor disagree, the disagreement shall be submitted to the Associate Director, Regulatory Services for initial resolution.  If the parties are unable to resolve their differences and on the recommendation of the Associate Director, Regulatory Services the dispute may be submitted to the UBC Facilities Regulatory Appeal Committee in accordance with the Policy and Procedure for Regulatory Appeals.    ***END OF SECTION*** RfT#2011234567  SECTION 01 45 00 Project No. 10001  QUALITY CONTROL UBC CCM Multiple Use Stormwater Detention Facility PAGE 1 OF 3  The University of British Columbia  Date Technical Guidelines Updated: May 2018  Technical Guidelines Date Modified for Project No 10001 April 3, 2019    1.0 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES .1 Inspection and testing, administrative and enforcement requirements. .2 Tests and mix designs. .3 Mock-ups. .4 Mill tests. .5 Equipment and system adjust and balance. 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS .1 Section 01 21 00 Allowances .2 Section 01 91 00 Commissioning .3 This section describes requirements applicable to all Sections within Divisions 01 to 33. 1.3 INSPECTION BY AUTHORITY .1 Allow Authorities Having Jurisdiction access to Work. If part of Work is in preparation at locations other than Place of Work, allow access to such Work whenever it is in progress. .2 Give timely notice requesting inspection whenever portions of the Work are designated for special tests, inspections or approvals, either when described in the Contract Documents or when required by law in the Place of the Work. .3 If Contractor covers or permits to be covered Work that has been designated for special tests, inspections or approval