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      General Requirements-ARCHIVES
01 1116 R0
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Work by Owner Rev. 1 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Canceled being archived concurrently with 01 4216 issuance. 5-24-17
01 1117 R0 Work by Owner-Self Perform Rev. 0-Initial issue.
01 2500 R0
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Substitution Procedures Rev. 1 - Clarified structural reviews required; terminology changes
Rev. 2 - General re-write and re-formatting
Rev. 3 - Added FM01 Subsititution Request form
01 3300 R0
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Submittal Procedures Rev. 1- Added electronic submittals; expanded electrical, I&C, project record submittals
Rev. 2 - Loop diagrams now required only for safety-related per I&C POC. Added other to Submittal list, made mandatory. Terminology updates.
Rev. 3 - Added Exhibit I coordination; revised status codes.
Rev. 4 - General re-write and re-formatting, added submittal categories, provided for electronic submission, removed Exhibit I requirements, added associated forms
Rev. 5 - Made electronic submittals default approach, returned status codes to Exh I/DRS scheme, made forms FM01-FM03.
01 3545 R0
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Water Discharge Requirements Rev. 1- Administrative Changes
Rev. 2 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3- Minor editorial changes and organizational updates.
Rev. 4 - Minor updates and clarification on NMED discharge reporting.
Rev. 5 - Periodic review. Minor update of web URL.
Rev. 6 - Clarified LANL responsibility for performance when not subcontracted, other minor clarifications (driver: TA-59-001 discharge)
Rev. 7 - Updated to WCATS and new organizations
01 4000

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Quality Requirements-Non Nuclear

 

Quality Requirements-Nuclear
Rev. 1-Design professional to start inspection plan, constructor completes.
Rev. 2 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - Minor clarifications to notes, 1.1.B, 1.4.D.10, 1.7.B.
Rev. 4- Deleted welding and referenced 01 4444 and 01 4455.
Rev. 5- Clarified use of TIP and SSI, submittals 1.4.A and B added, C clarified.
Rev. 6-Clarified SI responsibilities and expense at 1.7
Rev. 7-Major revision incorporating experience from TRP II UPS and TLW.  (Concurrent with this revision, a nuclear project version was developed and issued as Rev. 0.)

 

01 4115 R0 Pressure Safety Submittals Rev. 0-initial issue
01 4200 R0
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References (Supercedes 01 4219) Rev. 1 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Added CoC, CMTR
Rev. 3 - Updated and revised definitions, added and deleted references.
*Canceled being archived concurrently with 01 4216 issuance. 5-24-17
01 4216 R0 Definitions Rev. 0-initial issue.  Includes general definitions previously located in sections 01 1116 Work By Owner and 01 4200 References (both being archived concurrently with 01 4216 issuance).
01 4219 R0* Reference Standards *Superceded by 01 4200.
01 4444 R0
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Offsite Welding and Joining Requirements Rev. 0 - Initial issue; supersedes welding requirements formerly in 01 4000 Quality Requirements
Rev. 1 - Minor update to clarify fillet and partial pen weld dimensioning; other minor changes
01 4455 R0
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Onsite Welding and Joining Requirements Rev. 0 - Initial issue; supersedes welding requirements formerly in 01 4000 Quality Requirements
Rev. 1 - Corrected 01 4455 Onsite Welding & Joining to reflect standardization for issue of LANL Stocked Filler material
Rev. 2 - Minor update to clarify fillet and partial pen weld dimensioning
01 5705 R0
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Temporary Controls and Compliance Requirements Rev. 2 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - Minor editorial changes and clarification of NMED and NPDES reporting.
Rev. 4 - Addresses recent regularatory changes as well as changes in related implementation activities.
01 6000 R0
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Product Requirements Rev. 1 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Minor revisions made to this section include general formatting.
01 7700 R0
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Closeout Procedures Rev. 1 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Major revision: revised submittal requirements, added substantial completion requirements, added sustainable design requirements, revised cleaning requirements
Rev. 3 - Revisions made to this section include updating/correcting of references, incorporation of lessons learned, and general formatting
01 7823 R0 Operation and Maintenance Data Rev. 0 - New spec. Removed O&M requirements from Spec 01 3300 Submittal Procedures
01 7839 R0
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Project Record Documents Rev. 1-Admin.changes; updated document using approved version of 01720 R3, which was approved 9/5/03. During renumbering assignment, wrong version of document was used.
Rev. 2- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Major revision, revised submittal requirements, revised record document descriptions.
01 8113.13 R0 Sustainable Design Rev. 0 - New standard spec section to capture sustainable design goals of a project when ESM Chapter 14 applies
01 8734 R0 Seismic Qualification of Nonstructural Components (IBC) Rev. 0-Initial issue.
      Existing Conditions - ARCHIVES Top of page
02 3000 R0
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Subsurface Investigation Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELLED; requirement addressed by General Conditions (Long Form Constr/Env Field Services, Exhibit A, GC-17 Site Conditions and Natural Resources (May 2007).
02 4115 R0
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Electrical Demolition Rev. 0a- Admin changes that include: Updated LANL LIRs to the appropriate ISDs. Updated title for NFPA 70E. Changed "UTR" to "STR." Changed "Contractor" and "Subcontractor" to Constructor
Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Expanded list of potential locations of hazardous materials. Updated organization names. Updated designation of official LANL documents. Added requirement to protect electrical utility equipment.
02 4119 R0
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Selective Structure Demolition Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Added prohibition against driving/tapping post-installed expansion anchors when demolishing such anchors above habitable areas. Ref. 01/29/15 notification from LANL QPA Lessons Learned Team.
      Concrete-ARCHIVES Top of page
03 1512 R0
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Post Installed Concrete Anchors Purchase-High Confidence Rev. 1 - Minor clarification to 1.4.A and 2.1.C.
Rev. 2 - Add Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ as qualified anchor and Prohibit Drillco flush type anchor.
Rev. 3 - Added inspect and test requirements from former 03 1550, permitting flush-mount Maxi-bolts, clarified first line inspection by installer organization, other minor changes.
*NOTE: Superceded by 05 0521 Post Installed Concrete Anchors -High Confidence  11/07/14
03 1534 R0
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Post Installed Concrete Anchors Purchase-Normal Confidence Rev. 1 - Minor clarifications to 1.4.A and 1.6.D; deletion of drop-in row in table.
Rev. 2 - Add Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ as qualified anchor and Prohibit Drillco flush type anchor
Rev. 3 - Change re material for wet locations, ML-3 possibility, LBO approval info, ESR numbers
Rev. 4 - Added inspection requirements from former 03 1550, clarified these are installer inspections, permitted flush-mount Maxi-bolts, other minor changes.
Rev. 5 - Change of "version" for /of Hilti's HIT-HY 150 MAX-SD.
Rev. 6 - Replace Hilti HY-150 w/HY-200, & fix 2.2.A typos (e.g. delete 'drop-in,' etc.)
*NOTE: Superceded by 05 0520 Post Installed Concrete and Grouted-Masonry Anchors -Normal Confidence 11/07/14
03 1550 R0
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Post Installed Concrete Anchors- Installation and Testing Rev. 1- Added non-structural anchor inspection requirements
Rev. 2 - Add Hilti Kwik HUS-EZ as qualified anchor and Prohibit Drillco flush type anchor
Rev. 3 - Appendix A revised.
*CANCELLED - 4/23/12 - Section deleted and requirements incorporated into 03 1512 and 03 1534
03 3001 R0
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Reinforced Concrete Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Changed working titles to match current work process
Deleted requirement for CMTR’s but added note for projects to consider requiring CMTRs for ML-1 and ML-2 projects
Deleted requirement for a subcontractor to provide a QA program
Added aggregate correction factors that can be used for each of the pre-approved mixes when the pre-approved mixes are be used for ML-3 and ML-4 projects
Clarified requirement for testing for aggregate correction factor on ML-1 and ML-2 projects
Added ASTM A-615 rebar tagging requirements
Clarified prohibition of foreign reinforcing steel
Added acceptance criteria for additional categories of concrete
Modified acceptance criteria to better match ACI tolerances and pre-approved mix designs
Updated ACI reference for curing Clarified drum rotation requirements
Rev. 3 - Clarified CMTR/CoC and welding requirements at 1.4 and 2.3; referenced standards at 1.5.A; cover reqts for footings/slabs at 3.4.C; slump and air notes at 3.11.A; ACI reference changes
Rev. 4- Addition of Submittal Matrix attachment, various minor changes throughout
Rev. 5- Update for IBC 2009 including more durable mix designs, plus changes regarding form ties, air content when pumped, sight glass use, etc.
Rev. 6 - Reduced submittal requirements for pre-approved mixes.
Rev. 7 - Incorporated new preapproved LATM Mix 15 replacing Mixes 19 and 44; supersedes related variances VAR-2012-066 and VAR-2013-105. New authors notes on page 1 and App.A first page.
Rev. 8 - New preapproved LATM Mix 15X at 2.7.H; added plastic form ties 2.2.C. Drum revolutions revised 3.11.A.4 (incorps VAR-2014-004). Batch ticket submittals reduced for preapproved mixes (incorps VAR-2013-134) due to annual source verification and other appendix references updated.
Rev. 9 - Updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.).  Also, made several changes to main body and submittals checklist in order to more closely align the entire document w/ ACI 301.  And made some minor changes (e.g., typo fixes, etc
Rev. 10- Replaced pre-approved mix designs 15 and 15X with 5000-4N and -8E and added prefacing authors note regarding if/when “mass-concrete requirements” might apply to use of these.  Revised cylinder requirements at 3.11.C.6.  Clarified authors notes at 1.5.E, 2.2.I, and 2.7.C.
03 3021 R0
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Reinforced Concrete - High Confidence Rev. 0 - initial issue
Rev. 1 - Incorporated experience from TRP UPS, RANT, other projects.  Added VIT as Att. A.
03 3053 R0
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Miscellaneous Cast-In-Place Concrete Rev. 1- Added 1.5.B for compliance to water discharge EPA and NMED has outlined how concrete truck washout, among other items, is to be dealt with.
Rev. 2-Changed 1.2.A.1
Rev. 3- Added 3.4E
Rev. 4 - Added exclusion from using NMDOT Specs for Method of Measurement and basis of Payment
Rev. 5- Periodic review. Update 1.2.A.1 NMDOT web site and 3.2.A. time notification
Rev. 6 - 3.4.A and 3.4.E
Rev. 7 - Added concrete material and approved LATM design mixes and clarified concrete finishing requirements.
Rev. 8 - Provides LANL with additional options for miscellaneous concrete work
03 4100 R0
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Precast Structural Concrete Rev. 0 initial issue
Rev. 1 - Admin change to update specs number and title
Rev. 2 - Updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.) Also made some minor changes (e.g., typos fixes, etc.).
03 6000 R0
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Grouting Rev. 0 - Initial issue, expanding requirements formerly in 03 3001, 05 1000 and other locations
Rev. 1 - changed reference to superseded PI-anchor section (i.e., 03 1534 became 05 0520)
Rev. 2 - Updated template such that it is in accordance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.). Also made some minor changes (e.g., clarified author notes, typo fixes, etc.).
Rev. 3-Relocated mix-design submittal to PART 1, added field-QC compressive-strength testing (typical UFGS/vendor practice), and typos fixes.
      Masonry-ARCHIVES Top of page
04 2000 R0
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Unit Masonry Rev. 1-Grout spec number change.  Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Superceded by 04 2220
04 2220 R0
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Reinforced Unit Masonry Rev. 0-New; replaces 04 2000 with a comprehensive revision and update based on IBC 2006 and commercial masters.
Rev. 1-Added 05 0520 to related sections on pp.2.
Rev. 2-Updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.).  Also made major change with regard to “industry standard template” used as “go by:” Much greater reliance on AIA Master Spec template (i.e., 04 2200); and much less reliance on SpecText Master Spec template (i.e., 04 2016).
      Metals-ARCHIVES Top of page
05 0520 R0
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Post-Installed Concrete and Grouted-Masonry Anchors - Normal Confidence Rev. 0 initial issue
Rev. 1 -Added prohibition against driving/tapping post-installed expansion anchors when demolishing such anchors above habitable areas.  Ref. 01/29/15 notification from LANL QPA Lessons Learned Team.  Updated template such that it is in accordance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.).  Also made some minor changes (e.g., typo fixes, etc.)
Rev. 2-Minor updates for adhesive anchors, omissions, errors, and issues with poorly synched IBC and 318-4.
Rev. 3-Corrected several typographical errors.
05 0521 R0
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Post-Installed Concrete Anchors - High Confidence Rev. 0 initial issue
Rev. 1 Added prohibition against driving/tapping post-installed expansion anchors when
demolishing such anchors above habitable areas. Ref. 01/29/15 notification from LANL QPA
Lessons Learned Team. Updated template such that it is in accordance with latest revision to
ESM Ch. 5 Sect. III (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020,
etc.). Also made some minor changes (e.g., typo fixes, etc.)
05 1000 R0
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Structural Metal Framing Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Comprehensive revision and update based on IBC 2006, AISC 341, UFGS master and other documents
Rev. 3- Clarified EOR requirements for AISC 341 QA plan (1.4) and erection plan (3.3), other minor changes.
Rev. 4- OSHA-related wording (i.e. on column anchors); & grout-related requirements changed, to include baseplate installation requirements.
Rev. 5- Admin changes to 2.3.B, 3.4, 3.9.B.2.b
Rev. 6- Changed basis from UFGS to MasterSpec, & made more user friendly.
Rev. 7- Clarified nut-tightening requirements for cast-in-place anchor rods (3.3.C).
Rev. 8 - Added EOR notifications to 3.3.E.1.b (to ensure P-I anchor design ok)
Rev. 9 - Rewritten and updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.)
05 1305 R0
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Stainless Steel Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
05 2100 R0
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Steel Joist Framing Rev. 1-Complete revision.  Based on the UFGS and other documents.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Grout-related requirements changed
Rev. 4-Rewritten and updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.)
05 3000 R0
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Metal Decking Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Changed basis from UFGS to MasterSpec, clarified overlap w/roofs in Div.07 and made more user friendly.
Rev. 3-Rewritten and updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.).
05 3113 R0 * Steel Floor Decking Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Superceded by 05 3000.
05 3123 R0 * Steel Roof Decking *Superceded by 05 3000.
05 4000 R0
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Cold-Formed Metal Framing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Complete revision using a commercial template and for harmonization with the required AISI standards.
Rev. 3-Clarify QA Requirements regarding furnings of framing materials (i.e. para. 1.5.A)
Rev. 4-Updated the material requirement for screws/mechanical fasteners.
Rev. 5-Rewritten and updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, IBC 2015, etc.)
05 5000 R0
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Metal Fabrications Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Complete rewrite based heavily on the SpecText template.
Rev. 3- Grouting, baseplates now reference03 6000 and 05 1000
Rev. 4 - Admin change to update specs number and title
Rev. 5 - Rewritten and updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, 2015 IBC, etc.) Also, unlike previous, this revision is based on MasterSpec.
Rev. 6 - Added metal floor plate which, along with creation of 05 5313 Bar Gratings [R0], allowed for canceling 05 5350 Gratings & Floor Plates [R4], all of which aligns with latest MasterSpec work breakdown.
05 5200 R0
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Metal Railings Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED. Created 05 5213 Pipe and Tube Railings focusing on type most used at LANL.
05 5213 R0
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Pipe and Tube Railing Rev. 0 - Initial issue based on a commercial template; includes sustainable features.
Rev. 1 - Grouting requirements now reference 03 6000, other minor changes
Rev. 2 - Admin change to update specs number and title
Rev. 3 - Rewritten and updated for compliance with latest revision to ESM Ch. 5 Sect. II (which was revised to comply with DOE O 420.1C, DOE-STD-1020, 2015 IBC, etc.) Also, unlike previous version, this revision is based on MasterSpec.
05 5313 R0 Bar Gratings Initial issue. Creation of this section and revision of 05 5000 Metal Fabs (to Rev. 6, to include metal floor plate) allowed cancelation of 05 5350 Gratings and Floor Plates (r4). Grouping of work in this new way follows the MasterSpec templates upon which these sections are now based.
05 5350 R0
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Metal Gratings and Floor Plates Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma(Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Complete rewrite, title change reflects inclusion of FRP.
Rev. 3-
Rev. 4- Admin change to update specs number and title
*CANCELED - Superseded by revised 05 5000 Metal Fabs (to Rev. 6, to include metal floor plate) and creation of 05 5313 Bar Gratings. Grouping of work in this way follows the MasterSpec templates upon which these sections are now based.
      Wood, Plastics, and Composites - ARCHIVESTop of page
06 1000 R0
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Rough Carpentry Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General re-write, revisions to submittal requirements, sustainable design requirements added.
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this draft include updating of all references, enhancing the sustainability aspects of the spec, and general editing/formatting.
06 2000 R0
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Finish Carpentry Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Revisions made to this draft include updating of all references, enhancing the sustainability aspects of the spec, and general editing/formatting
06 4100 R0
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Architectural Wood Casework Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Revisions made to this draft include updating of all references, enhancing the sustainability aspects of the spec, and general editing/formatting
      Thermal and Moisture Protection -ARCHIVESTop of page
07 0150.19 R0
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Preparation for Re-Roofing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - General re-write and re-formatting.
Rev. 3 -Revisions made to this draft include updating of all references and general editing/formatting
07 0155 R0
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Roof Patching Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General re-write and re-formatting.
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this draft include updating of references and general editing/formatting
07 1113 R0
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Bituminous Dampproofing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General update; added sustainability requirements.
07 1326 R0 Self-Adhering Sheet Waterproofing Rev. 0-Initial Issue
07 2100 R0
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Thermal Insulation Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General re-write and re-formatting. Incorporated spec section 07 2113 Board Insulation.
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this draft include adding, deleting and correcting all references; added sub-section on polyisocyanurate foam board insulation (used extensively here at LANL); and general editing/formatting
07 2113 R0
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Board Insulation Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Delete 07 2113- Incorporated in revised speC 07 2100 Thermal Insulation, Rev. 2, 01 1510 and individual roofing specifications.
07 2400 R0
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Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General re-write and re-formatting.  Revised and updated submittal and sustainable design requirements.  Specifies cementitious coating instead of synthetic coating due to woodpecker and small animals causing deterioration of synthetic  coatings and insulation.
07 3113 R0
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Asphalt Shingles Rev. 1- General references updating, and deletion of surplus material requirement.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED: Deleted Spec Section 07 3113, Asphalt Shingles specification from Master Spec List. Shingles are not normally used on new structures at the Lab unless it is a transportable or "temporary" building. These are usually purchased from a supplier who has their own specfications. (11/04/09)
07 4113 R0
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Metal Roof Panels Rev. 1- General updating of code and standards references, and deletion of requirement to train and certify SSS by manufacturer.
Rev. 2 - Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - General re-write and re-formatting
Rev. 4 - Revisions made to this draft include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; and general editing/formatting.
07 5050 R0
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Membrane Roofing General Provisions Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Revisions made to this draft include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; incorporating the roofing SME’s input; and general editing/formatting
07 5213.13 R0
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Atatic-Polypropylene Modified-Bitumen Roofing, Cold-Applied Rev. 0-New spec requested by LANL roofing program.
Rev. 1-Revisions include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; inclusion of RAMP roofing program recommendations and lessons learned; and general editing/formatting
Rev. 2-Minor change to the material callout on page 15 and 16
07 5216 R0
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Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Major revision, reorganized spec format, added sustainability requirements, added substrate boards, insulation, vapor retarder and cover board requirements, deleted cold applied specs.
*Rev. 2 - Cancel and archive. This section is for a multi-ply membrane roof system that is hot asphalt mopped, which LANL no longer uses. Sections remain for suitable “cold applied adhesive” alternatives for both APP and SBS modified bitumen membrane roofing.
07 5217 R0
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Strene-Butadiene-Styrene Modified-Bituminous Membrane Roofing, Cold-Applied Rev. 0 - New spec for SBS roofing, cold applied
Rev. 1 - Revisions include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; inclusion of RAMP roofing program recommendations and lessons learned; and general editing/formatting
07 5316 R0
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Chlorosulfonate-Polyethylene Roofing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General rewrite and reformatting. Added insulation. Updated manufacturers.
*Cancelled and archived. CSPE has only one supplier who has only committed to supplying for a limited time.  Proven alternatives (APP, SBS) are readily available and are more easily repaired. Patching CSPE is only possible with CSPE so must continue, but does not require a specification.
07 6200 R0
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Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim Rev. 1-General updating of standards references; Correction of typos; and elimination of certification submittal requirement for lead paint and asbestos-free products which are no longer available.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-General re-write and re-formatting, Incorporated spec section 07 7123 Manufactured Gutters and Downspouts.
Rev. 4-Adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references and general editing/formatting.
07 7100 R0
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Roof Specialties Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General re-write and re-formatting. Revised and updated Sustainable Design requirements.
07 7123 R0
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Manufactured Gutters and Downspouts Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Deleted-Incorporated in revised Spec Section 07 6200 sheet Metal Flashing and Trim R3, 01/15/10
07 7233 R0
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Roof Hatches Rev. 1- Updating of referenced code and standards.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
07 7600 R0
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Roof Pavers Rev. 1-Changed warranty to manufacturer's standard, and correction of typos
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
07 8400 R0
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Firestopping Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Clarified manufacturer qual requirements, inspection timing.
Rev. 3-General update; added sustainability requirements. Updated submittal requirements.
Rev. 4-Minor revision of labelling requirements.  Added TA-55 content and authors notes
07 9200 R0
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Joint Sealants Rev. 1-Updating of references, correction of typos, and inclusion of LEED VOC Limit Criteria.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-General update, added sustainability requirements, updated submittal requirements.
Rev. 4-Revisions made to this updated section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references, validating manufacturers and general editing/formatting
      Opening- ARCHIVESTop of page
08 1100 R0
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Metal Doors and Frames Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Revisions made to this section include major updating/correcting of references, general updating to current industry standards based in part on AIA MasterSpec input, and general formatting
08 1213 R0
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Hollow Metal Frames Rev. 1- Revisions included minor text/grammar corrections, standards references update, and product manufacturing list update
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this section include major updating/correcting of references, general updating to current industry standards based in part on AIA MasterSpec input, and general formatting
08 1400 R0
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Wood Doors Rev. 1-Revisions included minor text/grammar corrections, standards references update, and inclusion of LEED criteria.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Revisions include updating, eliminating and adding references; enhancing sustainability aspects; and general editing/formatting
08 3100 R0
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Access Doors and Panels Rev. 1-Updating of references, correction of typos, confirmation of manufacturers.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
08 3323 R0
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Overhead Coiling Doors Rev. 1-Added warranty provision, correction of typos, confirmation of manufacturers.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Complete re-write to align with industry practice and added references
08 4113 R0
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Aluminum-Framed Entrances and Storefronts Rev. 1-Revisions include - edited warranty provision to mftr's standard, correction of typos, confirmation of manufacturers.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Revisions include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; updating manufacturers, and general editing/formatting
08 5113 R0
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Aluminum Windows Rev. 1-Updated Referenced Standards
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of sustainability aspects; and general editing/formatting.
08 7100 R0
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Door Hardware Rev. 1-Revised Sections: 1.5.A.4, 2.5.B.6, 2.6.C,D, & J
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Revisions made include updating/verifying/correcting references, materials, finishes and products, and general editing/formatting.
08 8000 R0
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Glazing Rev. 1-Revisions include - added LEED Credit criteria, edited warranty provision to mftr's standard, correction of typos, confirmation of manufacturers.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of sustainability aspects; and general editing/formatting.
08 9100 R0
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Louvers Rev. 1-Complete Revision
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archived 6/12/17.
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09 2116 R0
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Gypsum Board Systems Rev. 1-Revisions include updated references, removal of metal stud spacing (should be done on drawings), requiring formaldehyde-free acoustic insulation and specified batt thicknesses available.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2.1 - Admin change to address sway bracing in authors note.
Rev. 3-Clarified required fasteners.
Rev. 4-Revisions include adding clarification concerning light gauge metal framing versus structural steel framing; adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; and general editing/formatting
09 2913 R0
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Gypsum Roof Board Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
09 3013 R0
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Ceramic Tiling Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive-Section was outdated and, since so many variables and options exist for this finish, standardization is not really practical. Future need can be met by an edited version of a commercial master or the archived section updated for a specific use.
09 5100 R0
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Acoustical Ceilings Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General rewrite and re-formatting. Revised and updated seismic and sustainable design requirements.
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of structural requirements to IBC2015; and general editing/formatting
Rev. 4-Corrected “seismic-related errors” in article 2.3
09 6500 R0
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Resilient Flooring Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Verified and updated Reference Standards; clarified Submittals and made some conditionally optional; reformatted entire section to match CSI SectionFormat.
Rev. 3-changes made include adding resilient base, adhesive/primers and rubber tile flooring.
Rev. 4-Updating/correcting of references, updating to current manufacturer’s standards and products, and formatting.
09 6513 R0
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Resilient Base and Accessories Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED - Salient features of resilient base, adhesive/primers and rubber tile flooring from this Section have been combined with 09 6500 Resilient Flooring allowing this Section to be cancelled. (12/09/09)
09 6813 R0
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Tile Carpeting Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of sustainability aspects; and general editing/formatting
09 6816 R0
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Sheet Carpeting Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of sustainability aspects; and general editing/formatting
09 6900 R0
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Access Flooring Rev. 0 - Initial issue superseding 09 6919. changes include wholesale replacement of section with commercial template material. LANL seismic specifics, references updated and sustainable design features added.
Rev. 1 -
Rev. 2 - Admin changes to update specs number and title
Rev. 3 - Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of structural requirements to IBC2015; and general editing/formatting
09 6919 R0
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Stringerless Access Flooring Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED. Superseded by 09 6900 Access flooring. 7/28/10
09 9100 R0
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Painting Rev. 1-Addition to 3.3B. Clarified requirements for items not to be painted including acceptance criteria.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Complete revision.
Rev. 4-Revisions made to this spec section include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; enhancement of sustainability aspects; and general editing/formatting
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10 1100 R0
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Visual Display Surfaces Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archived 6/12/17
10 1405 R0
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Signage, Exterior Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Complete rewrite with submittal requirements reduced, references updated and reformatted to SectionFormat.
Rev. 3-Revisions made to this draft include adding, deleting, correcting and updating all references; and general editing/formatting
10 1410 R0
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Signage, Interior Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Complete rewrite with submittal requirements reduced, references updated and reformatted to SectionFormat.
Rev. 3-Minor revisions include updating/correcting of references, updating to current manufacturer’s standards, and general formatting.
10 2113.13 R0
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Metal Toilet Compartments Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Major revision to this section is based in part on AIA MasterSpec in addition to updating/correcting of references, updating to current manufacturer’s standards and products, and general formatting.
10 2800 R0
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Toilet and Bath Accessories Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General re-write and re-formatting. Revised and updated sustainable design requrirements.
10 4400 R0
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Fire Protection Specialties Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
10 5113 R0
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Metal Lockers Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archived 6/12/17
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11 1313 R0
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Loading Dock Bumpers Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archived 6/12/17
11 5311.08 R0
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Glovebox Design Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
11 5311.10 R0
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Glovebox Fabrication Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-QA Changes include addition of ASME NQA-1 requirements throughout spec. Reference to Section 11 5311.19 Chemical Resistant Coatings for Gloveboxes was added.Codes and Standards, many name changes to reflect the changes made in the Standards, ASTM A588 was added. Submittals Section was changed to make this more of a stand-alone spec.Fabrication Hold Points were changed to align with Lessons Learned from RLUOB and other recent projects. Windows section was changed to align with DOE-STD-1099-99.Weld Inspection section was modified to include Radiography.Attachment 2 was changed to match the submittals call out in the spec.
Rev. 3- Two changes: gasket material callouts for neoprene and Viton are more formalized and allowing for a helium leak test in combination with PPDT or NPDT. Both meet AGS-G006-2005; ref. ES-55:17-001.
11 5311.12 R0
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Glovebox Installation Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Added sharps review in checklist (ref. LL 2009-26)
Rev. 3- Glovebox Certification Checklist; The elimination of requirements that are outside the scope of installing a glovebox; Changing the requirement of having unused penetrations plugged on both sides to having unused penetrations plugged preferably on both sides Many other changes throughout
Rev. 4-Clarified skirting requirements at 3.3.A.4.c per LANL Memorandum ES-DO-15-292, PF-4 Fire Skirting Design and Anchorage.
11 5311.14 R0
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Glovebox Gloves Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
11 5311.16 R0
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Glovebox Feedthroughs, Hermetically Sealed R1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
R2-Aligned requirements to match vendor practices and current requirements.  Changes include Section 1.4, Submittals to include test reports; Section 3, Execution, updated codes and standards to current; and reduced tests and requirements to those necessary for safety basis crediting (vacuum leak test) and overall functionality (high potential test).
11 5311.17 R0
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Glovebox Instrumentation Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
11 5311.18 R0
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Glovebox Atmosphere Regenerable Purification Systems Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
11 5311.19 R0 Chemical Resistant Coatings for Gloveboxes Rev. 0 - Initial issue.
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12 2113 R0
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Horizontal Louver Blinds Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable.(12/21/16)
12 3100 R0
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Manufactured Metal Casework Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Complete rewrite with submittals made mostly optional (if products provided exactly as specified) and sustainable design features added.
Rev. 3 -
Rev. 4 - Admin changes to update specs number and title
12 5100 R0
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Office Furniture Rev. 1-Revision to acceptable manufacturers due to changes in contracts, and general administrative revisions.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED. The salient features of office furniture procurement and installation are to be included in the procurement documents associated with the LANL Basic Order Agreement Subcontracts as Government Furnished Equipment (GFE). Office furniture will no longer be provided by construction subcontractors (09/24/09)
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Metal Building Systems Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Complete rewrite to add interior build-out and meet current code.
Rev. 2a- Admin Change- added an Author Note on pp. 19 of our 13 3419 template based on an issue w/a current Proj (i.e., that’s using this template).
Rev. 2b- Admin change- correction to 2.15 title and numbering, page 66.
Rev. 3 - Replace AISC cert w/IAS accredit., & clarify horiz. diaphragm choices.
Rev. 4-Major revision to this section includes updating to IBC 2015, elimination of building components covered in other LANL standard specification sections, updating/correcting of references, updating to current manufacturer’s standards and products, and general formatting
13 3425 R0
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Pressure Relief Wall Panels Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED; little used and no LANL Specific content. (8/21/09)
13 4800 R0
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Sound, Vibration, and Seismic Control Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Technical and administrative updates throughout.
*Cancelled and archived, need met by new 22_ and 26_0548.XX sections and recent revisions to Div 09 sections 6/27/17
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14 2413 R0
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Hydraulic Freight Elevators Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
14 2423 R0
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Hydraulic Passenger Elevators Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
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Wet-Pipe Sprinkler Systems Rev. 1- Revised 3.2J Painting, and editorial changes
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3- Multiple changes through-out. For more details see the CENG DCRM Representative.
Rev. 4- Standardized on a commercially-available vendor-prepared solution of 48% glycerin/52% water by volume, designated as GL48, the highest allowable concentration per the NFPA Alert and TIA 10-2 (higher concentrations exacerbate a fire).  At 1.4.B.1, pressure margin now 10% or 10 psi (was 5 psi) to align with DOE-STD-1066 expectations, authors note on variances if low static pressure).  Other minor changes on painting, test witnessing, etc.
Rev. 5-Suppression system specs call out requirement that FP-DO must review/accept FP drawings prior to install
Rev. 6-Updated seismic design requirements for IBC-2015 and anchor reference from division 03 to division 05
Rev. 7-Revised for sprinkler head design/placement with deep concrete TEE construction. FM DS 2-0 provides more definitive criteria and is consistent with DOE O 420.1C/DOE-STD-1066 objectives to meet HPR expectations. Also, these 4 plus 21 1326 revised for obsolete (and not lead-free) BFPs.
21 1316 R0
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Dry-Pipe Sprinkler Systems Rev. 1-Revised 3.2J Painting and editorial changes
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3- Multiple changes through-out. For more details see the CENG DCRM Representative.
Rev. 4-Suppression system specs call out requirement that FP-DO must review/accept FP drawings prior to install
Rev. 5-Updated seismic design requirements for IBC-2015 and anchor reference from division 03 to division 05
Rev. 6-Revised for sprinkler head design/placement with deep concrete TEE construction. FM DS 2-0 provides more definitive criteria and is consistent with DOE O 420.1C/DOE-STD-1066 objectives to meet HPR expectations. Also, these 4 plus 21 1326 revised for obsolete (and not lead-free) BFPs.
21 1319 R0
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Preaction Sprinkler Systems Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3- Multiple changes through-out. For more details see the CENG DCRM Representative.
Rev. 4-Suppression system specs call out requirement that FP-DO must review/accept FP drawings prior to install
Rev. 5-Updated seismic design requirements for IBC-2015 and anchor reference from division 03 to division 05
Rev. 6-Revised for sprinkler head design/placement with deep concrete TEE construction. FM DS 2-0 provides more definitive criteria and is consistent with DOE O 420.1C/DOE-STD-1066 objectives to meet HPR expectations. Also, these 4 plus 21 1326 revised for obsolete (and not lead-free) BFPs.
21 1326 R0
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Deluge Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3- Multiple changes through-out. For more details see the CENG DCRM Representative.
Rev. 4-Suppression system specs call out requirement that FP-DO must review/accept FP drawings prior to install
Rev. 5-Updated seismic design requirements for IBC-2015 and anchor reference from division 03 to division 05
Rev. 6-Revised for sprinkler head design/placement with deep concrete TEE construction. FM DS 2-0 provides more definitive criteria and is consistent with DOE O 420.1C/DOE-STD-1066 objectives to meet HPR expectations. Also, these 4 plus 21 1326 revised for obsolete (and not lead-free) BFPs.
21 1339 R0
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Foam-Water Systems Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3- Multiple changes through-out. For more details see the CENG DCRM Representative.
Rev. 4-Suppression system specs call out requirement that FP-DO must review/accept FP drawings prior to install
Rev. 5-Updated seismic design requirements for IBC-2015 and anchor reference from division 03 to division 05
Rev. 6-Revised for sprinkler head design/placement with deep concrete TEE construction. FM DS 2-0 provides more definitive criteria and is consistent with DOE O 420.1C/DOE-STD-1066 objectives to meet HPR expectations. Also, these 4 plus 21 1326 revised for obsolete (and not lead-free) BFPs.
21 2200 R0
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Clean Agent Fire-Extinguishing Systems Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Suppression system specs call out requirement that FP-DO must review/accept FP drawings prior to install
Rev. 3-Update to make headings consistent with latest. Also changes 72 hour battery back expectation to 24 hour, which is per code requirement.
Rev. 4-Added seismic requirements in 1.2.B and 1.3.C. based on NFPA 13, since NFPA 2001 lacks direction but is heading in that direction for 2018 edition.
21 2223 R0* Fixed Aerosol Fire Extinguishing System *CANCELED and archived 5/18/17.
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22 0529 R0
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Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping and Equipment Rev. 1-Revised Section 3.4B, Hanger Rod Size to agree with ANSI/MSS SP-69-2003.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3-Added new QA criteria and submittal requirments, updated insulation material specification and installation instructions
Rev. 4-Deleted inserts, updated submittals section, updated hanger spacing distances
22 0535 R0 Electric Heat Tracing  
22 0548 R0
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Vibration and Seismic Controls for Pluming Piping and Equipment Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Technical and administrative updates throughout.
Rev. 3-Admin change to update spec number and title
*Cancel and Archive-6/27/17 superceded by 22 0548.23
22 0548.23 R0 Vibration and Seismic Controls for Mechanical Systems Rev. 0 - Initial issue, supersedes 22 0548 (retitled/numbered to conform to the MasterFormat2016 scheme and updated to IBC-2015 and latest industry examples).
22 0554 R0
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Identification for Plumbing, HVAC, and Fire Piping and Equipment Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Fume hood related additions and other minor changes.
Rev. 3-Updated Submittal List, updated valve tag selections, updated catalog numbers, minor editorial edits
22 0713 R0
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Plumbing and HVAC Insulation Rev. 1-Add note to spec section, add new definitions, add under-sink piping covers, update insulation schedule.
Rev. 2-Add note to spec section, add new definitions, add under-sink piping covers, update insulation schedule.
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 4 - Added new QA criteria and submittal requirments, updated insulation material specification and installation instructions
Rev. 5-Updated Submittal List, updated insulation thicknesses, minor editorial edits
22 0813 R0
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Testing Piping Systems Rev. 1-
Rev. 2- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - Clarify piping testing requirements and revised test durations as applicable.
Rev. 4 - Clarification of testing requirements in section 3.2.
Rev. 5 - Add requirements for other process piping per B31.3 (3.2.M) to support 40 0513.
Rev. 6 - Clarification of the requirement for a LANL test inspector.
Rev. 7 - Minor revision to Part 3.2.C for testing the higher pressure natural gas piping to bring in line with standard requirements.
Rev. 8 - Removed Holiday Testing, updated code references, updated submittal list, updated test pressures and durations
22 0816 R0
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Disinfection of Potable Water Piping Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Changed advance notification days, deleted references to on-site SDWA compliance laboratory, and added part on pressure testing prior to disinfection process.
Rev. 3-Periodic review. Revisions to 1.2.A. due to contractor personnel beign dismissed and 1.3. added for Submittals and requirements, due to lack of appropriate personnel.
Rev. 4- Added reference to National and State requirements. Clarified certified sampler and testing requirements.
22 1100 R0
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Facility Water Distribution Rev. 1-Added model number to 2.14A and deleted 2.14C.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - Added new Quality Assurance and Submittal requirements, updated piping and accessories material specification and installation instructions.
Rev. 4 -Updated Submittal List, updated model numbers to reflect lead free pipe and fitting requirements
22 1316 R0
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Sanitary Waste and Vent Piping Rev. 1-Added PVC pipe and its limitations to the options of SWV.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - Added new QA criteria and submittal requirements, added piping accessories material specification, updated piping material specification and installation instructions.
22 1343.16 R0
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Facility Wet-Well Packaged Sewage Pumping Stations (Interior) Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Deleted Part 2.9.B.24
22 1413 R0
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Facility Storm Drainage Piping Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Added new QA criteria and submittal requirements, added piping accessories material specification, updated piping material specification and installation instructions.
22 1500 R0
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Compressed-Air Systems Rev. 1-Added note referencing Drawings ST-D2090-1 to info within “stars” on page 1, added last sentence to info within “stars” at Section 2.12, and deleted “No Substitution” for Torpedo Oil/Water Separator.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 3 - Added new QA criteria and submittal requirments, updated insulation material specification and installation instructions
22 3700 R0 Domestic Water Heaters Initial issue
22 4200 R0
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Plumbing Fixtures Rev. 1-Shower Manufacturer change due to basin design.
Rev. 2-Added notes within stars at sections 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4.  Revised 2.2B, 2.3B, and 2.4B.  Added 2.2C, 2.3C, and 2.4C.
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 4 - Updated QA criteria and submittal requirements, clarified material specification and installation instructions.
Rev. 5 - Reduced volume of water closet flushometers and showers; added ADA requirements.
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Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing for HVAC Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Additions for fume hoods and other minor improvements.
Rev. 3 - Updated Submittal and Quality Assurance requirements, added qualification requirements for TAB agency and personnel, and clarified
Rev. 4 - Updated Submittal Requirements, added directions for projects where LANL MOF-SU provides TAB, added statement for LANL to provide TAB Agency with copies of test reports submitted by sub-contractor.
23 1123 R0
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Facility Natural-Gas Piping Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Added new QA welding specification, clarified piping and valve specification, updated installation requirements.
Rev. 3 - Added controls for purging indoors based on CSB recommendations.
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Hydronic Piping Rev. 1-Added 2.16A.3, 2.16B.3, and 3.4T
Rev. 2-Change to manufacturer type in 2.14
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 4 - Added new QA welding std and spec, update piping material standard, clarify preparation and installation requirements.
Rev. 5-Updated to reflect requirements of ESM Chapter 17, Pressure Safety
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Steam & Condensate Heating Piping Rev. 1-Added designer note to 1.3.A.
Rev. 2-Revised Section 2.5 Gasket Material. 20 psig was 100 psig.
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED; combined with 23 2217 to become 23 2215. (09/23/09)
22 2215 R0 Steam & Condensate Heating Piping and Specialties Rev. 0 - Revised Submittals and Quality Assurance requirements. Includes minor update on product specification.
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*CANCELED; combined with 23 2213 to become 23 2215. (09/23/09)
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Refrigerant Piping Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Revised submittals and Quality Assurance requirements. Added installation guidance for refrigerant specialties.
Rev. 3-Updated code references, updated submittal lists, Removed soldering instructions, added refrigerant specialties.
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HVAC Water Treatment Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Added performance requirement, updated subcontractor and submittal requirements, and updated Part 3 of the specification for installation and test and inspection.
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HVAC Ducts and Casings Rev. 1-Revised Section 3.7 Duct Leakage
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED: Superceded by 23 3101
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HVAC Ducts Rev. 0 - Initial issue. Supersedes 23 3100 with new title, added new QA welding std and spec, update duct material standard, provided additional duct fabrication and duct joint sealing methods, and clarify installation requirements.
Rev. 1 - Updated submittal lists, defined finish requirements for exposed ducts, inserted directions for 100% penetration welds for lab ductwork, added requirements for duct leakage testing.
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Bag-in Bag-out Housings Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Added requirements from DOE-HDBK-1169-2003, Ch. 8. Updated requirements from ASME N509 and N510 to ASME AG-1. Expanded Submittal Section and information for filters used in housings. Added QA and Packaging and Shipping Sections.
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Air Duct Accessories Rev. 0 - Initial issue.
Rev. 1 - Updated submittal lists, added additional quality information and model numbers for control dampers.
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HVAC Fans Rev. 0 - Initial issue.
Rev. 1 - Added seismic design notes, updated submittals section, added plenum fans
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Fume Hoods Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Complete update.
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High Efficiency Particulate Filtration Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Added requirements from DOE-HDBK-1169-2003, Ch.8 and App A-C. submittals revised to include QA requirements used in recent purchases. ASME AG-1, Section FK Special HEPA Filters requirements added. Aded info on hi-temp filters used at TA-55. Reorganized the various filters. Editing instructions revised. Att updated with the latest manufacturer info.
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Packaged Compressor and Condenser Units Rev. 0 - Initial issue.
Rev. 1- Updated submittals section, Added editor’s notes for Seismic Design
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Induced-Draft Cooling Towers--Steel Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
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Induced-Draft Cooling Towers--Fiberglass Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Cancel and archive. The effort to update and maintain is not justified for these, since they lack a lot of LANL specifics or implement the ESM, so commercial masters are acceptable. (12/21/16)
23 7300 R0* Indoor Central-Station Air Handling Units Cancelled - 11/21/17 This spec is rarely used, and has many out of date references. It was based on the Trane Modular Climate Changer product line, and Trane has completely updated this line since this standard spec was developed in 2010
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Packaged, Outdoor, Central Station Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Revised Submittals and QA requirement, minor update on equipment specification, and updated Part 3 of specification.
Rev. 3 - Updated submittals section, Added editor’s notes for Seismic Design, updated MERV requirements.
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Computer Room Air-Conditioners Rev. 0 - Initial issue.
Rev. 1 - Updated submittals section, Added editor’s notes for Seismic Design
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Unit Heaters Initial issue.
Rev. 1 - Updated submittals section, Added editor’s notes for Seismic Design.
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Integrated Automated Facility Controls Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
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Low Voltage Electrical Conductors and Cables For BAS Electrical Systems Rev. 0 - Initial issue
Rev. 1 - Changed compliance with the NEC statement to installation requirements only. Remove requirement for items to be listed for the condition, environment, installation. The requirement now is simply to be listed. Edited colour codes to be more specific. Added 600 volt insulation, as an option, for BAS cables.  Added conditions at to when 600 volt cable is used.
25 0529 R0 Hangers and Supports for Building Automation Systems Rev. 0 - Initial issue
25 0533 R0 Raceways and Boxes for BAS Electrical Systems Rev. 0 - Initial issue
25 0553 R0 Identification for BAS Electrical Systems Rev. 0 - Initial issue
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Medium Voltage Cables Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*Canceled; construction subcontractor requirements are captured in related sections and procurments not dependent on this section. (Note to file: In the future, LANL may create a new, complete technical spec for cable and termination materials plus a complete description of the installation requirements. This could reside with the other LANL Master Specs, but with clear instructions that it is for LANL self-performed work and is not intended to be included in specs issued to construction subcontractors.) 8/20/09
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Low Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables Rev. 1- Expanded conductor color codes to include 120/240V systems and switch leg Conductors. Clarified MC cable specification to include an insulated copper equipment grounding conductor. Clarified requirements for compression connectors on large conductors. Updated pulling lubricant specification. Added requirement to install MC cable per new NECA 120.
Rev. 2-Updated references to UL and other NRTL standards. Added multi-tap wiring connectors. Prohibited insulation-piercing type wiring connectors. Clarified conductor sizes required for long branch circuits. Changed building code references from UBC to IBC. Checked for the terms such as University and Contractor.
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 4- Added definition for the term "critical systems" which is used several places in the Section. Added submittals requirement for compression connectors, installation tools, and dies. Added Project Record Document submittals for cable pulling records and field quality control inspections and tests.Added AA 8000 aluminum alloy conductors for circuits 1/0 AWG and larger in accordance with Section D5010 of ESM Chapter 7. (Note: The design engineer, not the subcontractor, decides where aluminum conductors are to be used.)Expanded the use of MC cables to branch circuits larger than 20 amperes. (This will mainly be for branch circuits to computer equipment; the MC cables will be installed under computer room raised floors.) Expanded list of box connectors for use with MC cable. Added push-on insulated spring connectors for 15 and 20 ampere branch circuit conductors.Tightened-up product specification for compression terminals, both for copper and aluminum conductors. Prohibited use of range-taking, die-less, or indenter-applied compression terminals. Specified more correct materials for making tape-insulated connections and splices. Added varnished-cambric tape for making re-enterable splices and connections. Added EPR tape as the primary insulating material in tape-insulated connections and splices; vinyl tape is to be used as the protective outer covering. Added requirement that wire pulling lubricant leave no flammable residue; changed wire pulling lubricant manufacturer. Added restriction on handling cables that are very cold. Added NECA/AA 104 Recommended Practice for Installing Aluminum Building Wire (ANSI)  in the building wire installation requirements. Added provisions to prevent damage to conductor, insulation, or jacket due to excessive installation pulling tension or sidewall pressure; requires cable pulling calculations and the use of a tension measuring device for all critical systems and for some combinations of bends and conduit lengths for other systems. Added contract-enforceable requirements to address situations where unanticipated field conditions may require the installation of copper conductors instead of aluminum conductors. (e.g. insufficient wire-bending space in a panelboard cabinet to accommodate compression terminals on a circuit breaker.) Tightened-up installation requirements for compression terminals, both for copper and aluminum conductors. Specified more correct method for making tape-insulated connections and splices. Tightened up field quality control: made sequence of inspections and tests more logical, and added requirement to test insulation on each service and feeder conductor and on critical system branch circuit and control conductors.
Rev 4-ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE: paragraph 2.2-A.3: Corrected insulation type from XHHW to XHHW-2
Rev. 5 - Changed submittals, color coding for new/existing facilities, MC cable, connectors, installation, quality control.
Rev. 6 - Removed definition of critical systems and listed where it appears in document. Allow Aluminum conductors for all circuits 8 AWG and larger, except for ML-1 and ML-2. Re-arrange color code sections.  Add note that color codes are for construction only.  Added note that isolated grounds may only be used with approval of POC. Remove restriction of max 2 AWG for MC cable. Added note for size of conduit bodies. Removed requirement for removing abandoned. Allow stranded conductors when pressure-plate terminations are used Added phrase that rotation must be kept constant downstream of the utility transformer
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Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Editorial changes, removed existing work requirements, clarified connection requirements, clarified when ground rods are needed, added New Mexico requirements for ground rods, clarified concrete encased electrode requirements, removed supplemental electrodes, changed bonding location from first disconnect to transformer, removed resistance requirements
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Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2- Relocated seismic protection materials and installation requirements to the new Section 26 0548. Added instructions to the specifier to help identify electrical components to which this section applies. Added requirements that post installed anchors have an ICC-ES evaluation report. Updated catalog numbers for pre-set anchor and post-installed anchor products. Limited use of powder-actuated fasteners to individual conduits 2-1/2 inches and smaller. Reduced minimum thickness of concrete bases to 3.5 inches unless otherwise indicated on the Drawings.
Rev. 3-
  • Revised to address requirements in ASCE 7-2010. ASCE-7-2010 is not yet a required document for LANL, but the seismic design requirements for nonstructural (e.g. electrical) components are MUCH clearer than in the 2005 edition.  It makes sense to incorporate these changes into Section 26 0529:  the overall reduction of ambiguity and the reduction of some requirements more than balances the increase in some seismic design requirements in ASCE 7-2010.
  • Revised specifiers’ notes to clarify that this specification section only applies to hangers and supports for electrical components that are EXEMPT from requirements for seismic designed anchors. Revised specifiers’ notes to more clearly indicate the attributes of electrical components that would exempt them from requirements to have seismic designed anchors in light of ASCE 7-2010. Relocated and revised specifiers’ notes that identify the kinds of electrical components that typically require seismic designed anchors.
  • Added ASCE 7 to the list of codes and standards in QUALITY ASSURANCE.
  • Added requirement for swivel hangers to eliminate inelastic bending of hanger rods that are not seismically braced.
  • Added requirement that beam clamps have a locknut on the setscrew and an NRTL-listed restraining strap.
  • Added reference to applicable GSA specification for hollow wall anchors and clarified permitted uses.
  • Added reference to applicable GSA specification for toggle bolt anchors and clarified permitted uses.
  • Clarified the permitted uses for power-actuated fasteners.
  • Increased minimum thickness for reinforced concrete equipment pads to 4 inches.
  • Added requirement for a locknut at every hanger rod connection.
Rev. 4-
Rev. 5- Admin changes to update spec numbers and title
Rev. 6- Streamlined seismic wording, added nuclear use caution, other minor corrections and updates
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Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems Rev. 1-
  • Changed the term "RGS" to "RMC" to agree with NEC.
  • Changed the term "PVC" to "RNC" to agree with NEC.
  • Added titles for several referenced standards.
  • Added NEMA OS3 as an outlet box selection reference.
  • Replaced material requirements for flush outlet boxes that had been lost from previous versions of this specification.
  • Added more detailed material requirements for pull boxes, junction boxes, and handholes for various environments.
  • Clarified requirements for demolition of raceways and for restoration of ratings of walls and floors.
  • Added references to NECA 101 and 111.
  • Corrected/updated some references to other LANL Master Specifications.
  • Clarified EMT permissible uses for EMT.
  • Added requirements for conduits containing medium-voltage wiring systems.
  • Deleted use of RNC in concrete or masonry walls.
  • Added requirements for conduits installed under concrete floor slabs.
  • Added requirement for minimum 7-1/2" separation between parallel underground conduits.
  • Added requirement to use water-resisting fittings where conduits enter tops of enclosures in structures with automatic sprinkler fire protection systems.
  • Clarified criteria for concrete used for encasing conduits: pointed Section 03_3053, Miscellaneous Cast-in-Place Concrete.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.) and revised introductory specifier’s notes
Rev. 3-
  • Added requirement for flexible conduit sections where raceways cross expansion joints or seismic joints, where they are attached to parts of the structure with a potential for differential seismic displacement, and where they connect to equipment with designed anchors (seismic controls) or vibration isolators.  This is driven by requirements in ASCE 7 Chapter 13.
  • Added references to new LANL Master Specification Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems.
  • Clarified requirement for installation of pull boxes to comply with limits on conduit bends and distance between pull points in the CONDUIT INSTALLATION article of the Section.
  • Deleted the requirement to use RGS or RMC below 8 ft above the floor where exposed indoors. This requirement, which was added in Rev 2, has proven to be impractical in application: there were many, many questions about labs and mechanical room locations where the probability of severe physical damage to EMT is low.
  • Simplified requirements for concrete-encasement material and installation requirements.
  • Deleted detailed firestopping material and installation requirements from this Section and referred to Section 07 8400 - Firestopping. Clarified procedure for inspection of electrical firestopping installations.
Rev. 4 - Expanded acceptable materials for certain cast electrical boxes to include "grey cast iron" where only malleable cast iron had been specified. Teh cast iron boxes will provide satisfactory service at substantially lower cost.
Added five LANS "inspection points" as part of the FIELD QUALITY CONTROL article. Revision includes the requirement for two days advance notice to the STR for LANS inspections.
Rev. 5 - Clarified outlet box and conduit type and installation (2.19.B.2, 3.4.D, 3.7.A.6-7)
Rev. 6 - Deleted plastic-coated RMT and changed sealing requirements to address issues with conduit draining  (concrete encased feeders, fittings on top of switchboard/switchgear, and in rooms with fire suppression systems).
Rev. 7-Added requirements for seismic. Changed “conduit” to “raceway” in many locations. Changed raceway sizes from ‘inches’ to trade sizes. Included references to conduit bodies. Corrected listing requirements. Added blue color for Building Automation systems and red color for fire alarm systems. Removed “malleable iron” from certain specifications (no longer made). Changed general sealing to not require classified area boundary fittings. Removed Square D as acceptable manufacturer of wireways and replaced with Hoffman. Removed specific depth requirements for outlet boxes. Removed requirement for underground raceways to slope 4 inches per 100 feet and incorporated VAR-16-004, Underground Fire Alarm; Trench and Conduit Design. Added instructions on how to install expansion joints. Modified height for light switch boxes to conform to ADA.
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Cable Trays for Electrical Systems Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Corrected IBC seismic criteria in Service Conditions article. In Submittals article added requirement for seismic qualifications of cable tray systems designated with Ip greater than 1.0. In Submittals article added guidance about when detailed shop drawings of cable tray systems may be warranted. Revised Cable Tray Firestop articles to address products and installation requirements unique to cable tray systems. In Installation article, replaced Section 26 0520 with Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems.
Rev. 3- Removed fire stop portions. Added new seismic requirements. Removed general listing requirements. Added class descriptions. Removed resistance requirements (of splice plates).Removed requirement for label to not use as a walkway. Modified requirements for existing work. Added specifics for installing expansion plates and where to place splice plates
Rev. 4-Removed fire stopping from spec; Removed seismic requirements; Removed general listing requirements; Added class descriptions; Removed resistance requirements (of splice plates); Removed requirement for label to not use as a walkway; Modified requirements for existing work; Added specifics for installing expansion plates and where to place splice plates
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Rev. 1 Minor corrections and clarifications.
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Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems Rev. 0-Some material formerly in 26 0529.
Rev. 1 -
  • Revised to address requirements in ASCE 7-2010. ASCE-7-2010 is not yet a required document for LANL, but the seismic design requirements for nonstructural (e.g. electrical) components are MUCH clearer than in the 2005 edition.  It makes sense to incorporate these changes into Section 26 0529:  the overall reduction of ambiguity and the reduction of some requirements more than balances the increase in some seismic design requirements in ASCE 7-2010.
  • Re-arranged and updated opening specifier’s notes to clarify application of this Section using ASCE 7-2010.
  • Added reference to Section 28 0529 for components that do not need seismic anchorage.
  • Added QUALITY ASSURANCE article referencing codes and NRTL listing.
  • Relocated Component Certifications into SUBMITTALS article.
  • Added RECEIVING, STORING AND PROTECTING article.
  • Added BEAM CLAMPS article.
  • Added HANGER RODS material and installation article.
  • Added FRAMING CHANNEL SYSTEMS material and installation articles.
  • In the Seismic Relative Displacements article indicated that conduits 2-1/2” trade size and smaller are considered “flexible” for seismic purposes.
  • In the CONCRETE BASES article set minimum concrete thickness and level requirements.
  • In the FASTENING article added installation requirements for masonry screw anchors, beam clamps, bolts, etc.
  • Added PAINTING article.
Rev. 2 -
Rev. 3- Admin change to update spec numbers and title.
*Superceded by 26 0548.16, Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems 3-30-17
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Identification for Electrical Systems Rev. 1-added NFPA 70E to regulatory requirements, moved coordination requirements from Part 3 to Part 1, added "instructions to specifier " throughout the document, added requirement for "wiring system color code labels," revised arc-flash and shock hazard warning labels to align with NFPA 70E and LANL ISD 101-13, added requirement that materials for warning labels comply with UL969, made paint the accepted method for working space floor marking, provided option to delete Category 1 nameplates from equipment where circuit directory information is provided on the arc-flash and shock hazard warning labels. Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 -
  • In paragraph 2.3-A.1 changed the voltage notation on Category 1 equipment nameplates to match IEEE standard system voltages (e.g. 208Y/120V, 480Y/277V, 120/240V, etc.)
  • Just before paragraph 2.10-D added detailed instructions to the specification editor concerning Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Warning Label Design #1. (Design #1 will be used for most of the labels where a calculation is performed.)
  • Arc flash warning label design changed to align with LANL P101-13.1 – Electrical Safety Program.
  • In paragraph 2.10-D modified Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Warning Label Design #1 so it could be printed on 4” x 6” label stock; it was necessary to delete the “served from” and “serves” information. Added a space where the basis of the arc flash calculation could be indicated; this is to address temporarily setting circuit breakers in an energy-reducing maintenance mode. Added statement that AR clothing and PPE have an arc rating greater than or equal to the incident energy. Expanded “operations with doors closed” to “circuit breaker, fused switch, starter, or meter switch operation with doors closed and covers on.” Added a line for the Maximum Available Fault Current to meet new requirements in the 2011 National Electrical Code.
  • Just before paragraph 2.10-E added detailed instructions to the specification editor concerning Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Warning Label Design #2. (Design #2 will be used where a calculation is not required because the equipment is served by a 208Y/120V transformer that is smaller than 125 kVA. We anticipate this label can be printed in large quantities and applied to equipment based on examination of the system one-line diagram.)
  • In paragraph 2.10-E modified Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Warning Label Design #2 to delete the “served from” and “serves” information. Deleted the line that had indicated the NFPA 70E Hazard Risk Category; replace the line with two lines: (1) PPE to wear for operations with the cover on, and (2) PPE to wear with the equipment cover open.
  • Just before paragraph 2.10-F added detailed instructions to the specification editor concerning Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Warning Label Design #3. (Design #3 will be used where the arc-flash incident energy would require more than 40 cal/cm2 PPE.)
  • In paragraph 2.10-F modified Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Warning Label Design #3 so it could be printed on 4” x 6” label stock; it was necessary to delete the “served from” and “serves” information. Changed the word messages to indicate that energized work (diagnostic or repair) is prohibited. Expanded “operations with doors closed” to “circuit breaker, fused switch, starter, or meter switch operation with doors closed and covers on.” Added a line for the Maximum Available Fault Current to meet new requirements in the 2011 National Electrical Code.
  • In paragraph 3.1-C revised existing work requirement to include replacing missing, damaged, or faded identification items.
  • In paragraph 3.11 added more detailed instructions to the specification editor about information to be placed on arc flash warning labels.
  • In paragraph 3.12-A modified wording to clarify where working space floor marking is required
Rev. 3-Major revision to align with new P101-13
Rev. 4-Arc flash and shock hazard labels modified
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Induction Motors-500HP and Smaller Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 -Clarification that special-purpose motors are not addressed by this Section. Updated and expanded standards referenced in QA paragraph in Part 1. Added environmental qual requirements for Importance Factor greater than 1.0. Updated Service Conditions paragraph to match the IBC. Added Project Record Documents paragraph to capture field tests. Specified IEEE Std 841 motors for severe duty applications. Corrected and updated motor bearing specifications. Clarified that specified efficiency values are NOMINAL values. Specified motor winding thermistors for large motors. Added Examination paragraph in Part 3. Updated and expanded Field Quality Control paragraph in Part 3
Rev. 3-Added seismic requirements. Added DOE-STD-1212 as a reference for requirements. Changed requirements for testing to “only when specified”  Changed specific requirements of when to use single-phase vs three-phase to “as shown on drawings”   Cleaned up editorial verbiage Added preference for IEEE-841 motors.  Removed requirement to remove abandoned motors
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Electrical Acceptance Testing Rev. 1-
  • Updated general instructions to the specification writer located at the start of the document.
  • Added instructions about using a graded approach to determine applicability of the Section.
  • Added section-specific instructions that LANL ESM Chapters 15 and 16 plus the component specifications may require additional tests and inspections that are beyond the scope of this Electrical Acceptance Testing Specification. The tests required in this Section should be coordinated with the Project Test and Inspection Plan.
  • Added instructions to the specifier about when it may be appropriate to use the LANL Startup and Testing Services Group as the Electrical Testing Agency (ETA) contemplated in this Section. The specifier is to make a selection between using the LANL Startup and Testing Services Group or an outside electrical testing firm.
  • Added a statement in several of the tables emphasizing that for ML-3 systems or components the Design Authority may invoke more rigorous electrical acceptance testing requirements.
  • Added arc-flash hazard analysis as a required power system study.
  • Updated applicable reference codes and standards.
  • Clarified definition of “qualified person.”
  • Added a graded approach for testing technician qualifications
  • Clarified requirements for submittal of test plans.
  • Added project coordination requirements.
  • Modified the Inspection and Test Procedures paragraphs to better align with the thresholds for formal electrical acceptance testing that are tabulated in Revision 1 to LANL ESM Chapter 7 Section D5000. The table indicating the thresholds is reproduced in the second instructions to specifier" blocks in this Section.
  • Added graded approach for testing cables and molded-case circuit breakers based on LANL Management Level structure.
  • Expanded equipment and systems to be tested based on recently added LANL Master Construction Specification Sections.
  • Clarified that thermographic surveys are best conducted after the facility has been occupied and operating for 3 to 6 months. Added requirement that circuits must be loaded to within 20% of design load during thermographic surveys.
  • Aligned requirements for short-circuit studies and coordination studies with ESM Chapter 7 Section D5000; included an explanation in an instruction to the specifier about why the ETA is to perform the final coordination study.
  • Added requirement for large battery systems to be included in the final short circuit and coordination studies.
  • Revised the arc-flash hazard analysis results and information that the ETA must provide; aligned with the recently issued revision to the LANL electrical identification specification section.
  • Clarified test report requirements.
Rev. 2 -Clarified who can be the testing agency (CM and/or LANL LVEEM team). Raised threshold for transformers from 225 to 500 kVA. Changed “revenue metering” to “metering”. Reduced “regulatory requirements” section to only include NETA ATS. Removed requirement to test low-voltage surge suppressors. Removed requirement for thermal imaging after 6 months.
26 1216 R0* Dry Type, Medium Voltage Transformers *Active from 1-06-06 to 5-11-06. This spec. was superceded by 26 2213.
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Low Voltage Distribution Transformers Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 -

• Added requirement that all low-voltage distribution transformers must meet  NEMA TP 1 Class I efficiency (this is to comply with EPAct 2005).
• Added NEMA TP 1, TP 2, and TP 3 standards for efficiency, testing, and labeling to Quality Assurance.
• Deleted NEMA ST 20 from the specification; it has been withdrawn.
• Changed "Energy Star" transformers to "general-purpose" transformers (Subsequent to the issuance of EPAct 2005, the EPA deleted the "Energy Star" specification).
• Added seismic certification requirement if low-voltage distribution transformers on a Project is designated with an Ip greater than 1.0.
• Updated Service Conditions to match IBC and ASCE 7 seismic criteria.
• Added maximum transformer sound levels since NEMA ST 20 has been withdrawn.
• Updated manufacturer's catalog numbers.
• Added option for transformer vibration isolation as described in Section 26 0548, Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems.
• Increased concrete pad thickness to 5" minimum; this is within the width of 2x6 lumber and provides adequate depth for 4" anchor bolts.
• Added requirement for installer to submit records of NECA 409 tests and adjustments.
• Added coordination with Section 26 0813 – Electrical Acceptance Testing if required.

Rev. 3- Added new seismic options and headers; Added threshold of 10 kVA and larger, for this spec to apply Simplified “K-factor” section; Removed requirement to remove abandoned transformers
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Low-Voltage Switchgear Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 -
  • Added instruction referring editor to LANL Engineering Standards Manual Section D5010 paragraph 2.6 for requirements applicable to using a “low-voltage power circuit breaker switchgear assembly” as opposed to using a “power panelboard” or a “switchboard”.
  • In SECTION INCLUDES expanded the description and definition of "low-voltage switchgear."
  • Expanded submittal requirements.
  • Expanded quality assurance requirements.
  • Moved scheduling requirements for renovation projects from Part 3 to Part 1.
  • Streamlined receiving, storing, and protecting requirements.
  • Clarified requirements for maintenance materials.
  • Clarified requirements for extra products.
  • Updated service conditions to International Building Code seismic criteria.
  • Added requirement for installer to make field measurements based shop drawings to verify adequate clearances.
  • Updated manufacturer's product names.
  • Added requirement for circuit breaker cells to have a pad-lockable door that is free of ventilation openings.
  • Added requirement for cable bracing if over 65 kA short circuit duty.
  • Added requirement for factory-applied insulation on bus bars and joints.
  • Updated circuit breaker short-circuit ratings.
  • Added requirement for closed-door racking of circuit breakers.
  • Added provision for integrally-fused power circuit breakers.
  • Added requirement to implement zone-selective interlocking with upstream and downstream circuit breakers that have electronic trip units.
  • Added requirement that each circuit breaker have means to be set to a maintenance mode that will reduce arc-flash incident energy.
  • Added requirement that each circuit breaker cell have shutters that will automatically cover live parts when the circuit breaker is in disconnect, test, or remove position.
  • Augmented requirements for modified differential ground fault system in switchgear having multiple sources.
  • Added requirement for rear cable compartment doors to have viewing ports on to allow closed-door thermographic inspections.
  • Updated metering requirements and pointed to Section 26 2713, Electricity Metering.
  • Added points to be monitored by the communications network.
  • Added requirement that automatic throw-over systems be controlled using redundant industrial PLCs.
  • Added description of an open-transition automatic throw-over system for less-critical or less-sensitive loads.
  • Updated surge protection requirements, pointing to Sections 26 4123 and 26 4313.
  • Added requirement that outdoor enclosures have thermostat-controlled exhaust fans and 30% efficiency filters on air inlets.
  • Added requirement that factory tests include the automatic throw-over system, the communications network, and the switchgear metering.
  • In Part 3 added Existing Work article.
  • Pointed to Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems, for reinforced concrete housekeeping pad requirements.
  • Pointed to Section 26 2500 – Enclosed Bus Assemblies, for busway connections.
  • Pointed to Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems, for seismic controls for conduits terminated on the top of switchgear.
  • Added requirement to lace and support line and load cables where the short circuit current exceeds 65 kA.
  • Expanded description of field quality control requirements.

Rev. 3- Added seismic requirements. Added requirement for arc-resistant gear.
Removed scheduling requirements. Removed some spare part requirements. Removed requirements for compression lugs. Clarified that electrical contacts need to be rated for 600 volts. Changed requirement for lighting from fluorescent to LED. Removed requirements for existing switchgear. Changed torque checks after the fact to witness torqueing while being performed.
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Switchboards Rev. 1-Deleted provisions for double-ended switchboard configuration and associated automatic main-tie-main controls. Double-ended configurations will be implemented using switchgear as described in Section 26 2300. Corrected some references to other LANL Master Specification Sections.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.) and revised introductory specifier’s notes
Rev. 3 -
  • Updated standards referenced in QUALITY ASSURANCE.
  • Added requirement for receipt inspection in accordance with LANL P 840-1 Procurement Quality, specifically looking for suspect/counterfeit molded case circuit breakers.
  • Corrected some seismic criteria in SERVICE CONDITIONS.
  • Added requirement that handle lock-off devices be permanently installed.
  • Added requirement that switchboard wiring be VW-1 flame test rated.
  • Updated manufacturers and product lines.
  • Added references to new LANL Master Specification Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems.
  • Updated installation requirements.
  • Updated identification requirements
Rev. 4-Editorial changes. Included new requirements for seismic. Removed receipt inspection. Removed warranty requirement. Removed requirement to be built in ISO 9001 facility. Removed specific scheduling requirements. Added requirement for main to be in separate compartment. Clarified that all, 480 volt, breakers need to be rated for 600 volts. Removed requirement for NEMA AB3 (wrong requirement)
Modified requirements for existing systems.
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Panelboards Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-
  • Updated codes and standards.
  • Added requirement for receipt inspection for suspect/counterfeit circuit breakers in accordance with LANL P 840-1 Procurement Quality.
  • Deleted "lighting and appliance branch circuit panelboards" to align with the 2008 NEC.
  • Added requirements that all panelboards have a door.
  • Made allowances for various manufacturer's designs for door-in-door panelboard fronts.
  • Added requirements that circuit directory card provide enough space to uniquely describe each circuit as required by the 2008 NEC.
  • Clarified requirement for panelboard cabinets to accommodate crimp-on lugs for large conductors.
  • Required circuit breakers larger than 100 A to have field adjustable instantaneous trip setting.
  • Required SWD or HID marking on circuit breakers used to switch fluorescent or HID lighting loads.
  • Added specification for GFCI circuit breakers.
  • Required that circuit breakers have provisions for connecting the quantity and size conductors indicated on the Drawings.
  • Required handle lock-off device on all each circuit breaker. Device must be securely attached to the circuit breaker case.
  • Updated manufacturers and catalog numbers. Deleted one manufacturer that does not have an ISO 9001 quality management system for panelboards.
  • Added load center type panelboards for 120/240 V single-phase applications with the panelboard rated 100 A and less with not more than 12 circuits for use at locations with less than 10,000 A prospective short-circuit current.
  • Added NEMA PB 1.1 to installation requirements.
  • Limited mounting height of panelboards.
  • Added requirement to coordinate inspections and tests with Section 28 0813.
Rev. 3-Removed isolated ground panelboards for computer loads. Included new requirements for seismic. Increased use of load center from 100 to 225 amps.
Removed requirement that supplier is ISO 9001 certified. Removed requirement for receipt inspections. Indicated that all breakers, for 480 volt systems, need to be 600 volt rated. Removed restriction for tandem breakers. Modified requirements for existing installations. Removed requirement for load balancing.
Editorial changes.
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Motor Control Centers Rev. 1-Updated requirements for seismic qualification and installation to meet IBC and ASCE 7.  Added references to NECA 402  Recommended Practice for Installing and Maintaining Motor Control Centers. Updated several reference standards.  Revised requirements for starter unit motor overloads to match those in Section 26 2913.  Revised requirements for starter unit selector switches and pushbuttons to match those in Section 26 2913. Re-organized order of material in PART 3 INSTALLATION.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.) and revised introductory specifier’s notes
Rev. 3 - • Required that MCCs be "arc-resistant" design.
• Added requirement for "manufacturer's field service" during inspection, adjustment, and testing of MCC.
• Added requirement for receipt inspection of MCCs for suspect/counterfeit molded case circuit breakers.
• Corrected IBC seismic criteria.
• Required that subcontractor verify field measurements against shop drawings prior to MCC fabrication.
• Added option for walk-in outdoor enclosure.
• Updated catalog numbers and added Allen-Bradley. (Note that neither Siemens nor Square D offer arc-resistant MCCs at this time.)
• Indicated minimum 5-1/2" thick concrete pad and referenced Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems for pad materials and installation requirements.
• Referenced NECA 402 – Recommended Practice for Installing and Maintaining Motor Control Centers for cleaning, inspection, testing, and adjusting of MCCs.
• Added requirement to coordinate inspections and tests with Section 26 0813 – Electrical Acceptance Testing if formal electrical acceptance testing is required.
• Added requirement for training of owner's representatives on operation and maintenance of the MCCs

Rev. 4-Added requirement for arc-resistant equipment; Added seismic edits
Removed requirement for existing MCCs; Clarified NEC requirements for setting overloads and sizing OCP
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Enclosed Bus Assemblies Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Corrected IBC seismic criteria. In Installation article, replaced Section 26 0520 with Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems. (All enclosed bus installations will require designed anchors.) Modified Field Quality Control article to require coordination of inspections and tests with those required by Section 26 0813 – Electrical Acceptance Testing.
Rev. 3-Added new seismic requirements; modified listing requirement language removed requirement for grounding bar to be 50% capacity; removed requirements to address existing equipment; modified expansion requirement to include thermal; modified torque language
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Electricity Metering Rev.1-Added a less expensive digital electrical power meter for use on projects with three-phase services 800 amperes or smaller.  Clarified that the construction subcontractor will furnish and install the meter products; the LANL SSS will inspect, test, and program the installed meters.  Added requirements for construction submittals of shop drawings and wiring diagrams.  Clarified requirements for the meter display units. Clarified requirements for meter cabinets. Added installation requirements for meters mounted in meter cabinets. Added installation requirements for meters mounted in switchgear. Added requirements to connect meter to the telecommunication system.
Rev.2-Added communications connection for KYZ metering pulses from the electricity meter to the Integrated Automated Facility Controls specified in Section 25 5000. Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev.3- Updated product catalog numbers. Changed communications interfaces for digital electrical meters to match three anticipated meter data communications situations; in all cases the specifier is instructed to coordinate with the ES-DE Process and Automation Team.
Rev.4-Major revision to reflect new Utilities and Infrastructure requirements and new DOE guidelines.
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Wiring Devices Rev. 1-Revisions to the specification include self-testing GFCI receptacles, clarification of heavy duty receptacle requirements, and updates to occupancy sensing lighting control switch catalog numbers.
Rev. 2-Changes made are corrections/updates to UL, NEMA, and FedSpec  numbers
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.) and revised introductory specifier’s notes
Rev. 4 -
• Added COORDINATION article to address interfaces, locations, and colors for wiring devices.
• Added FINISHES article to address device color selection.
• Clarified uses for “isolated ground” receptacles.
• Updated catalog numbers for receptacles and occupancy-sensing lighting control devices.
• Added specification for receptacles with integral surge protection.
• Added requirement to provide properly configured receptacles for equipment furnished to the Project under other specification sections or by LANL.
• Deleted requirement for receptacle serving an electric water cooler (EWC) to be located within the EWC cabinet. (EWC must now be GFCI protected and all GFCIs must be accessible.)
• Added a digital occupancy sensing lighting/receptacle control system to address requirements of ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1. I
• Added requirement to verify that GFCI receptacles are installed in locations that will be accessible.
• Aligned receptacle configurations and ratings with NEC requirements for an “individual circuit.”
Rev. 5-Removed requirement for manufacture in a 9001/2 facility
Fixed wording of compliance with NEC.  (listed products are not required to conform to the NEC)
Clarify that back-stab devices are not acceptable.  Back and side wire only.
Fixed voltages.  Circuits are 120, receptacles are 125
Add LED sections for dimmers.  These sections will be expanded slightly
Disallowed occupancy sensing in electrical and mechanical rooms Changed testing requirements for GFCIs to the use of the integral testing function only
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Enclosed Switches and Circuit Breakers Rev. 1-Added requirement for viewing window on safety switches to allow visual verification of ON-OFF status. Changed requirement for compression type lugs to apply just to enclosed circuit breakers rated greater than 100 amperes.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.) and revised introductory specifier’s notes
Rev. 3-
  • Added disconnects for fractional horsepower motors.
  • Added submittal requirement for seismic qualification of units that must remain operational after a seismic event.
  • Added requirement for receipt inspection of circuit breakers.
  • Added SERVICE CONDITIONS article.
  • Added requirement that each safety switch, enclosed circuit breaker, and motor disconnect have provisions for padlocking in the OFF position
  • Added requirement to coordinate inspections and tests with Section 26 0813 - Electrical Acceptance Testing
Rev. 4-Included new seismic requirements; Reworded listing requirements; Took out most references to “NEC requirements,” reworded others; Removed requirement to use 200k amp fuses for all applications;  Removed requirement for receipt inspection; Removed requirement for viewing window; Removed requirement for compression lugs; Removed requirements for removing abandoned equipment; Gave option to either verify torque after the fact or to witness it while being performed;
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Enclosed Controllers Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Changes to this specification include:
  • Updated submittal requirements to include seismic certification and reports of field testing.
  • Added references to NECA 230 - Standard for Selecting, Installing, and Maintaining Electric Motors and Motor Controllers
  • Added requirement for products to be manufactured under an ISO 9001 quality management program.
  • Added SERVICE CONDITIONS article to indicate LANL seismic and altitude conditions.
  • Clarified that NRTL listing is to UL 508 – Industrial Control Equipment.
  • Listed multiple manufacturers for each product.
  • Added electrical life specification.
  • Added provisions for the specifier to select the number of auxiliary contacts or schedule them on the Drawings.
  • Added provisions for the specifier to select the type of rotary selector switch or schedule them on the Drawings.
  • Added provisions for the specifier to select what start-stop pushbuttons are used or schedule them on the Drawings.
  • Added provisions for the specifier to select the amount spare control power transformer capacity or schedule it on the Drawings.
  • Added reference to LMS Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems for mounting of enclosed controllers that weigh more than 20 lb or have been assigned an importance factor greater than 1.0.
  • Corrected connector torque requirements from UL 486A to UL 486E - Equipment Wiring Terminals for Use with Aluminum and/or Copper Conductors.
  • Added IDENTIFICATION article.
  • Expanded FIELD QUALITY CONTROL article
Rev. 3-Added seismic requirements. Reworded compliance with NEC to only include installation requirements. Removed requirement for ISO 9001 facility. Added service conditions of ambient temperature and solar heat gain for outdoor applications. Added requirement that contacts for 480 volts systems must be 600 volt rated. Removed blanket requirement to remove abandoned equipment. Added Connection section to align with format of other specs. Changed check torque to witness torque
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Variable Frequency Motor Controllers Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2 - Added requirement for submittal of AFC de-rating and selection calculations. Added requirement for certification for AFCs that must continue to operate after a design earthquake.
Added requirement to coordinate features of each AFC with supply circuit, load, and communications protocol. Added Service Conditions article to address altitude, temperature, and seismic conditions. Added requirement to provide spare AFCs for critical systems that are not suitable for operation at full speed through a bypass contactor. Added Project Records article to capture the test reports and certifications required in the Field Quality Control article. Added requirement that AFCs in NEMA 1 enclosures be NRTL-listed for use in air-handling plenums. Clarified in instructions where a 3-contactor bypass should be used. Added instruction coordinate with ES-DE P&A Team to select communications protocol that is compatible with the BAS or process control system. Added requirement that AFC have capability to ride through power dips of up to 10 seconds.
Added requirement that AFC meet FCC and IEC 61800-3 RF energy emission limits. Added reference to Section 26 0548 – Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Equipment.Revised Field Quality Control article, and adding requirement to coordinate inspections and tests with Section 26 0813 - Electrical Acceptance Testing. Added Manufacturer's Field Service Article.
Rev. 3 - Added new seismic requirements. Changed all occurrences of AFC to VFD. Deleted warranty requirement (this is already covered by purchasing) Reordered referenced standard section. Deleted 9001 requirement. Deleted 36 hour turn around requirement for supplier repair (VFDs are now a commodity). Deleted bypass language. Deleted requirements for removing abandoned
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Stored Emergency Power Supply System Rev. 0 - Initial Issue
Rev. 1 - Added seismic requirements. Gave option for LANL internal group to do startup and commissioning. Deleted warranty requirements (this is handled by purchasing). Clarified requirements for spare parts list Clarified NRTL requirements. Clarified requirements for existing/abandoned equipment. Changed torqueing of bolts from after-the-fact, to witnessing
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Static Uninterruptible Power Supply Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Added seismic wording. Allow for LANL startup and commissioning group to be an option for startup and testing. Removed some sections that are unenforceable. Clarified that NFPA 111 only has to be followed when the installation is within the scope of NFPA 111.Deleted ISO 9001/9002 requirement. Removed requirement to meet FCC unintended radiator rules (our UPS installations are not within the scope of the FCC rules cited). Added requirements for external maintenance bypass switch such that the UPS can be removed and replaced safely. Added requirement that a transformer must be used in the bypass line.  This is so the system can be bonded properly. Added option for battery systems to be individual stab-in type Added requirements for location of bonding jumper and for labelling to indicate such
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Facility Ligtning Protection Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General revision and alignment with D5090 R5
Rev. 3-Change “air terminal” to “strike termination device” in order to align with NFPA 780.Change “lightning striking” to “rolling sphere” – ditto Add requirement for a calculation of the proposed grounding electrode system when empirical testing is not possible or meaningful. Delete requirement to test existing grounding electrode systems, due to the testing requirements making this impractical.
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Lightning Protection for Explosive Facilities Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-General revision and alignment with D5090 R5
Rev. 3-Added requirement for calculated contact resistance submittal when values cannot be obtained through empirical methods. Changed “air terminal” to “strike termination device” Minor edits for readability
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Lightning Protection Surge Arrestors and Suppressors Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED - Superceded by 26 4300 (6/6/11)
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Surge Protective Devices Rev. 0-Initial Issue. This issue correlates with ANSI/UL 1449 – UL Standard for Safety for Surge Protective Devices, 3rd Edition and Article 285 in the 2011 National Electrical Code. Lightning protection surge arresters and transient voltage surge suppressors essentially have been combined into one category.
Rev. 1-Allow the use of Type 2 SPDs
Removed some hard requirements and changed them to ‘manufacturer’s recommendations’
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Transient Voltage Suppression for Low-Voltage Electrical Power Circuits Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
*CANCELED - Superceded by 26 4300 (6/6/11)
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Interior Lighting Rev. 1-Clarified warranty start date, storage and installation per NECA/IESNA 500 and 502; updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.). Added "total harmonic distortion" to DEFINITIONS. Modified ballast warranty period to start upon LANL acceptance. Added NECA/IESNA 500 and 502 installation standards. Updated reference document titles. Added requirement that luminaires be factory labeled as to replacement lamp and ballast types. Clarified and updated fluorescent ballast requirements to match current commercial products. Added NEC-required luminaire disconnect. Clarified seismic protection requirements. Added field quality control requirements. Clarified dimming ballast test requirements.
Rev. 3 - Added SERVICE CONDITIONS article. Updated codes, standards, and specification section references. Added requirement for enclosed luminaires for pulse-start metal-halide lamps. Added requirement that luminaires have wet or damp location labels as required by installation location. Added specifications for T5 and T5HO fluorescent lamps and ballasts. Added more detailed description of safety wires for luminaires in suspended ceilings. Moved "luminaire maintenance labels" from Part 2 to Part 3. Moved replacement of lamps used during construction to FIELD QUALITY CONTROL article.
Rev. 4 - Addition of requirements for LED luminaires. With ESM, supports environmentally preferable product procurement goals.
Rev. 5 -Added seismic requirements and conditions where luminaires are exempt. Deleted warranty requirements (these are handled by purchasing). Deleted requirements for spare parts for LED luminaires (these are throw away units, they are not repaired). Deleted requirement for LED luminaires to have a CRI of 90, added designer note recommending a CRI of 80. Fixed existing requirements to only apply when the luminaires are a part of the project. Deleted requirement for construction to relamp fluorescent tubes prior to handover to LANL.
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Safety Lighting (formerly Emergency Lighting) Rev. 1-
  • Updated general instructions to reflect revised LANL Management Level structure.
  • Changed "UL-listed" to "NRTL-listed" throughout the document.
  • Modified the WARRANTY paragraph, pointing to the warranty periods specified for each product.
  • Added references to the NECA/IESNA 500 and 502 installation standards.
  • Clarified installation environment and temperature limits applicable to each product.
  • Updated catalog numbers.
  • Updated emergency light and exit sign self-diagnostic performance features.
  • Broadened permissible sealed battery types (lead-acid and lead calcium) to promote competitive bidding for emergency lights.
  • Broadened permissible lamp types (T-5 or PAR-36 ) to promote competitive bidding for emergency lights.
  • Broadened permissible enclosure materials (painted steel or thermoplastic) to promote competitive bidding for emergency lights.
  • Added requirement for wall-mounting plates or brackets for emergency lights.
  • Added specification for "severe-duty" emergency exit sign.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.) and revised introductory specifier’s notes
Rev. 3-Updated catalog numbers for unit emergency equipment. Stated the existing LANL policy that products must comply with the Buy American Act. Stated the existing UBC requirement that emergency lighting equipment must have seismic protection. Clarified ambient temperature operating requirements. Clarified battery life and warranty requirements. Clarified exit sign visibility requirements.
Rev. 4 -
  • added LED exit signs for use where 120 V or 277 V emergency power is available.
  • Added photoluminescent exit signs.
  • Added SERVICE CONDITIONS article.
  • Updated codes, standards, and specification section references.
  • Updated operating temperature requirements for some products.
  • Added some US-made products.
  • Required twist-lock plugs for all cord-and-plug connected wall-mounted emergency lights.
  • Added detailed mounting descriptions in Part 3 for various ceiling and wall mounting conditions.
Rev. 5- Addition of manufacturers for each product.
Rev. 6- Renamed from “Emergency Lighting.”  Added seismic requirements.  Changed ‘wall-mount emergency light unit’ to ‘unit equipment’ to conform to national codes and standards.  Gave option to select [emergency][egress].  For when luminaires are not legally required to be emergency but we install them anyway. Deleted all requirements for warranties.  (this is covered by purchasing, does not need to be covered here) Deleted requirement for unit equipment to operate on 120 or 277.  This was causing too many Code violations in the field due to having to install cord separately.   Now, the cord can be part of the unit. Added note that tritium signs are not to be used without special permission.
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Exterior Lighting Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-
  • Revised environmental requirements article to include IBC and ASCE-7 design wind conditions
  • Require that submittals include catalog data on pole and luminaire finishes.
  • Added requirement to comply with National Energy Policy Act and Energy Star requirements for lighting products.
  • Additional extra materials to include lenses, photoelectric relays, and fuses
  • Updated powder coat finish specifications.
  • Updated references to national standards.
  • Added more detailed product requirements for steel and aluminum poles.
  • Added a list of pole manufacturers.
  • Added specification for drill-in lighting pole foundation.
  • Clarified ground rod installation location.
  • Clarified connection of metal pole to circuit equipment grounding conductor.
  • Revised field quality control article requirements to include monitoring installed poles for wind-induced vibration.
Rev. 3-
  • Updated SERVICE CONDITIONS to reflect outside design temperature conditions (important for estimating rated life of LED luminaires).
  • Added specific NRTL listing requirements for exterior luminaires.
  • Added requirement that luminaire photometric characteristics be determined by a recognized laboratory.
  • Added lumen threshold for the New Mexico Night Sky Protection Act.
  • Augmented material requirements for exterior luminaires.
  • Added requirements for LED luminaires
Rev. 4 - Updated requirement for LED driver input surge protection in para 2.4.H.5; clarified notes on use of luminaire-mounted photocontrols.
Rev. 5 - Added seismic requirements. Add guidance for spare parts. Removed “3rd edition” from UL 1449. Removed specific taper requirements for tapered poles. Deleted allowance for flame cutting of poles. Added “or person in charge (PIC)” to sections that indicated STR. Allowed for UFER ground for concrete pole foundations.

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Structured Cabling Rev. 1-Changed Category 5e to Category 6A, Section 1.7.C.1, 2.1, 2.2, 2.9, 2.12
Rev. 2-Change from Cat 5e to Cat 6A cable. Conduit changes due to larger diameter of Cat 6A cable.
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 4-Changes to GFE, inspection, test reporting, qualifications, Cat 6A (versus coax and TV), boxes, and labeling.
Rev. 5-Eliminates the need of editing and customizing spec. requirements for individual projects. Eliminates the TIA reference which in some cases are different requirements than are needed for NIE design at LANL. Distinguishes the parameters of category 5E or 6A cabling requirements. Clarify training requirements for installers. Adjust the cabling quantities required per outlet.
Rev. 6-Revised 3.7.B to address a miscalculation in anchoring separation; incorporated 3.8.E into 3.8.C to clarify the use of two-hole lugs; changed 3.8.E to allow one-hole lugs for #6 or smaller.
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Protected Transmission System Rough-In Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
Rev. 2-Addressed EMT use; clarified POB/AOB and separation; updated identification and testing requirements; reference updates.
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Voice Communications Rev. 1-Revised Sections: 2.2, 2.3, 2.5A, 3.3, 3.7B
Rev. 2- Paging system electronic equipment (e.g. paging controllers and power amplifiers) are no longer furnished and installed by the LANL Telecommunications Group; added material and installation requirements for this equipment.
Added submittal requirements related to the paging system electronic equipment (e.g. catalog data, calculations, wiring diagrams).
Revised requirements for coordination with the LANL Telecommunications Group.
Specified conduit types, maximum conduit fill, and outlet box size.
Added 12 AWG and 14 AWG speaker cables.
Clarified types of speakers to use in various locations.
Added non-metallic wiring duct for managing cables at the paging system electronic equipment location.
Revised terminal block specification to accommodate the larger speaker cables.
Indicated that terminal blocks are to be installed on the telecommunications room plywood backboard.
Added requirements for spacing of speakers in rooms and corridors. Added identification requirements for cables and terminal block positions.
Rev. 3-Updated terminology to be consistent with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.)
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Pathways for Electronic Security Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2-Major change revised all sections to reflect new infrastructure requirements for the new Argus Security System.
Rev. 3- Changes to avoid penetrating thru, or mounting conduit to, fire door frames; lessons learned from RLOUB
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Administrative Access Control System Rough-In Rev. 1-Revised Sections: 2.4B, 3.4D
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3-Changes to avoid penetrating thru, or mounting conduit to, fire door frames; lessons learned from RLOUB
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Fire Detection and Alarm Rev. 1-Added Sections 1.2E and 2.3
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3-Identifies the latest fire alarm panel model #  Notifier NFS 2-640 in place of the old model NFS 640, as well as some editorial-type changes.
Rev. 4-Minor changes
Rev. 5-Based on a needed improvement in communications to affected FOD organizations, changes to the specs that provided better assurance that a FOD representative is aware of pending changes to existing fire alarm systems and the commissioning of new systems. 
Rev. 6 -incorporates the latest compatible hardware information for the approved vendors and systems, and clarifies accessibility expectations for system equipment.
Rev. 7-Changed to reflect the new EST3x replacement for the EST QuickStart panel.  Added deliverables attachment.
Rev. 8-Clarified test plan expectations (1.4.D.2) and the type of conductor to be used in exterior/wet versus interior/dry locations (2.15.B)
Rev. 9-Eliminated reference to system circuit "styles" modified wire colors, identified manufacturer for conduit in wet locations, added allowance for flex conduit in certain locations, added information on breaker locking device.
Rev. 10-Added that painting is at the direction of the FOD (based on aesthetics, environmental conditions, etc.)
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Fire Detection and Alarm-Addtion to Existing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2-Based on a needed improvement in communications to affected FOD organizations, changes to the specs that provided better assurance that a FOD representative is aware of pending changes to existing fire alarm systems and the commissioning of new systems
Rev. 3-Added that painting is a the direction of the FOD (based on aesthetics, environmental conditions, etc.)
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Earth Moving Rev. 1-Change to 2.1.C.2
Rev. 2-Added exclusion from using NMDOT Specs. For Method of Measurement and basis of payment.  Added surface tolerance. Added use of rock cut as subgrade.
Rev. 3 - Section 3.10 F.3.a and F.4.a changed to ASTM D6938
Rev. 4 - Minor editorial changes. Delete reference to NMDOT spec and added material requirements. Added section for engineered fill and clarified OSHA slope requirements.
Rev. 5 - Clarified tracer wire use and installation and tracer wire continuity testing.
Rev. 6 - Clarified a stringent requirement for bedding sand to meet NMDOT spec.  Revised tracing wire to be in line with industry standards and provide better material. Changed cold weather requirements.
Rev. 7 - U&I name revision. Wording clean-up. lessons learned from recent projects and inspector comments.
Rev. 8 - clarification in part 2.1.F.1
Rev. 9 - Clarification in part 2.2.A
Rev. 10- Part 3.10.A. clarified
31 2323.33 R0
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Flowable Fill Rev. 1-Added Section 1.6, Job Conditions
Rev. 2-Change made to Part 1.3.A.1
Rev. 3-Added exclusion from using NMDOT Specs for Method of Measurement and basis of payment.
Rev. 4 - Minor editorial changes. Delete reference to NMDOT spec. and added material requirements. Added field testing section.
Rev. 5- Periodic review. Revision to 3.5.A to align with requirements in other concrete specs and asphalt specs.
31 3200 R0
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Soil Stabilization Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
*CANCELED due to lack of need.
31 4300 R0
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Concrete Raising Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
*CANCELED due to lack of need. (7/23/09)
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Aspalt Paving Rev. 1-Change to 1.2.A.1
Rev. 2- Added exclusion from using NMDOT Specs for Method of Measurement and basis of Payment. Clarified testing requirements and surface tolerance.
Rev. 3-See sheet on server (committee and inspection comments) major revision
Rev. 4-Clarify utility trench patch requirements.
Rev. 5-Graded requirements for testing, inspection, and acceptance based on "Minor Asphalt Paving" for under 1,500 tons and "Major Paving" for 1,500 tons or more.
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Fences and Gates Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2-Added reference to master specification 32 3100.
Rev. 3-Clarified and added requires for caps on all open top pipe posts.
Rev. 4-1.3.A add "wire" for a submittal. 1.4.A.1, delete web site as it does not bring up the appropriate site. Change Fed. Spec. number to RR-F- 191/4
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Chain Link Fences and Gates Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 - Clarification of fence components and related ASTM specification and added reference to master specification 32 3100.
Rev. 3 - Revision clarifies and aligns specification with the physical security requirements of NNSA Policy NAP 70.2, industry standards, and ASTM Standards.
Rev. 4 - Clarified and added requirements for caps on all open top pipe posts.
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Planting Irrigation Rev. 1-major revision
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3 - Minor editorial changes and test and inspection updates.
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Seeding Rev. 1 - Minor revisions and clarifications through-out. The major revisions: added Part 2.2.E.1 the pre-mix seed sources, new parts were added to reflect new technology in products and installation, Part 2.6 added, Part 2.7 major revision, Part 3.6 added, Part 3.7 major revision.
Rev. 2 - Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3 - Minor material revision
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Sodding Rev. 1-major revision
Rev. 2- Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3 - Minor editorial changes.
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Plants Rev. 1-major revision
Rev. 2- Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3 - Minor editorial changes.
Rev. 4 - Periodic review, revisions to 1.3 better submittal info/alignment
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Manholes and Structures Rev. 1-Added :  “ML-4” to LANL Master Spec designer notes, 1.2 C & D, “sewer” to 1.3A, “septic tank ”to 2.2A, 2.2A.2, “exclude storm drain manhole” to 3.1E, “holding” to 3.3C & D, & “(only)” to 3.3C.  ST-G3020-1 was ST-G3030-1 in Part  1 designer notes & revised group acronyms in 1.3C & D.
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3-Minor clarifications and added reference to Master Specification 32 3100.
Rev. 4 - Submittal clarification.
Rev. 5 - Revised HDPE PPI designation, added manhole waterstop grouting ring requirement, added alternate to manhole coating.
Rev. 6- Periodic review. Revision to 1.3 and 1.4 misc. items.
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Commissioning of Wells CANCELED 7/14/08
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Water Utilities Rev. 1-
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3- Added part on onsite welding and PRV optional features.
Rev. 4 - Revised HDPE PPI designation, added manhole waterstop grouting ring requirement, added alternate to manhole coating.
Rev. 5 - Periodic review. Revisions to 1.4 align with Chapter 13, 2.2.D manufacturer's revisions, misc. items.
Rev. 6 - Clarified and updated PVC pipe pressure classes in accordance with AWWA C900-07.
Rev. 7 - Minor updates, revised manufacturers valve numbers, clarified using valves without accessories
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Disinfecting of Water Utilitiy Distribution
[22 0816]
Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2-Added reference to master specification 32 3100.
Rev. 3-Periodic review. Revisions to 1.2.A. due to contractor personnel beign dismissed and 1.3. added for Submittals and requirements, due to lack of appropriate personnel.
Rev. 4- Added reference to National and State requirements. Clarified certified sampler and testing requirements.
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Sanitary Sewerage Utilities Rev. 1-Added Part for restraint joints for force mains after a blow out.
-Revised Part on HDD after concerns on shallow slope.
Rev. 2 - Deleted reference to Support Services Subcontractor and added reference to 01 4455 and 32 3100.
Rev. 3 - Added sentence to 3.5.B-A cleanout shall be placed at a change in direction in service laterals. The distance between cleanouts in service laterals shall not exceed 100 feet.
Rev. 4 - Submittal clarification.
Rev. 5 - Revised HDPE PPI designation, added manhole waterstop grouting ring requirement, added alternate to manhole coating
Rev. 6 - Periodic review. Revisions to 1.4 to align with Ch. 13, 2.2.E manufacturer's revisions, misc. items.
Rev. 7 - Clarify some input from the RLWTF LLW project on how to connect to an existing pipe
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Wastewater Utility Pumping Stations Rev. 1-
Rev. 2-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3 - Minor editorial changes and updates
Rev. 4 - Submittal clarification.
Rev. 5 - Added a qualification note to the A-E in 2.8.D. Added a Part of a quick disconnect for using a portable pump to bypass the regular pumps and for when a standby generator cannot be used.
Rev. 6 - Revised HDPE PPI designation, added manhole waterstop grouting ring requirement, added alternate to manhole coating
Rev. 7 - Minor nomenclature updates and material clarifications.
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Storm Drainage Utilities Rev. 1- Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 - Added part on onsite welding.
Rev. 3 - Periodic review. Revisions to 1.4 to align with Ch. 13, 2.2. Manufacturer's revisions, misc. items.
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Natural-Gas Distribution Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 - Added part on onsite and offsite welding. Revised sut-off valve manufacturers numbers and information. Deleted radiographic examination.
Rev. 3 - Submittal clarification.
Rev. 4 - Revised HDPE PPI designation, added manhole waterstop grouting ring requirement, added alternate to manhole coating
Rev. 5 - Clarified marking for coated pipe
Rev. 6 - Deleted 1.5.A.1.d, clarified 1.5.A.4
Rev. 7 - Periodic review. Revisions to 1.2 and 1.3 clarify equipment, 1.4 clarify submittals, 1.5 to align with Ch. 13, 2.2, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11 manufacturers.
Rev. 8 - Minor change to 3.2.E to indicate the change in colors for above ground piping and appurtenances.
Rev. 9 - For uniformity in inspection between steel and plastic gas pipe the addition to 1.4.A.2.c, same wording as in 1.4.A.1.c on 100% inspection.
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Steam Energy Distribution Rev. 1- Minor additions, revisions and also corrections to parts 1.3, 2.17, and 2.18, in order to get in line with the changes to the steam drawings.
Rev. 2 -Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 3 -Updates and clarifications for material as well as updates to pipe types.
Rev. 4 - Minor editorial changes and added new welding specification paragraph
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Electrical Underground Ducts and Manholes Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2-
  • Provided more complete description of LANL performed work.
  • Added NECA/NEMA 605 to standards for receiving, storing, and protecting ductbank material.
  • Provided more complete description of required LANL STR notifications.
  • Deleted concrete material from Part 2.  Re worked concrete encasement installation requirements in Part 3, referring to Section 03 3001 for materials and installation requirements.
  • Changed underground warning tape to "detectable" material to aid in locating underground ductbanks.
  • Deleted smoke and fire stop fittings; the product is no longer available.
  • Updated description of duct plugs to match current products.
  • Revised duct sealant product description to match required function for ductbank installation:to prevent water and gas from entering manholes, vaults and structures.
  • Deleted "coldapplied asphalt emulsion damp proofing." In this arid environment,damp proofing is not cost-effective.
  • Reviewed and updated catalog numbers.
  • Reviewed and updated ASTM standards for underground utility structures
Rev. 3 - Added three LANS "inspection points" as part of the FIELD QUALITY CONTROL article. Revision includes the requirement for two days advance notice to the STR for LANS inspections.
Rev. 4 - U&I name revision. Clarify contractor material. Revised the early warning tape to be consistent with 31 2000.
Rev. 5 - Split communications out to 33 8126, leaving only PVC option.
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Pad-Mounted Transformer Rough-In Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 - Globally changed "LANL Support Services Contractor" to "LANL Utilities & Infrastructure."     Indicated that the LANL STR is the interface for scheduling inspections, etc. Updated titles of IEEE standards.  Except for the LANL-furnished pad-mounted transformer, deleted all products references from Part 2. In Part 3 added references to applicable specification sections for concrete, conduits, grounding, etc. Streamlined reinforced concrete pad description in Part 3, referring to pre-approved design mix in Section 03 3001.  Described in greater detail the division of responsibilities between LANL Utilities & Infrastructure and the construction subcontractor
Rev. 3-Periodic review. Administrative updates.
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Pad-Mounted Switch Rough-In Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 -
  • Globally changed "LANL Support Services Contractor" to "LANL Utilities & Infrastructure."
  • Indicated that the LANL STR is the interface for scheduling inspections, etc.
  • Except for the LANL-furnished pad-mounted switch, deleted all products references from Part 2.
  • In Part 3 added references to applicable specification sections for concrete, conduits, grounding, etc.
  • Streamlined reinforced concrete pad description in Part 3, referring to pre-approved design mix in Section 03 3001.
Rev. 3 - Periodic reveiw. Administrative updates.
33 8126 R0 Communication Underground Ducts, Manholes, and Handholes Rev. 0 - Initial issue. Comm material removed from 33 7119R4 and revised to create this spec.
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40 0504 R0 Process Piping Rev. 0 - Initial issue revising and superseding 40 0513 Process Piping
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Compression Fittigs on Copper and Stainless Steel Tubing Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
*CANCELED
40 0513 R0* Process Piping *CANCELED and superceded by 40 0504 Process Piping 8/16/17
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Piping and Tubing Inspection Checklist Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 - Clarify specification scope, add Quality Assurance requirements and minor editorial changes.
*CANCELED There is no information contained in this specification that is not covered in the inspection requirements of the B31 and other codes of record for the specific projects
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Bridge Cranes Rev. 1 - Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
Rev. 2 - Clarify Quality Assurance and welding requirements, and revise Part 2 structural, mechanical and electrical requirements.  Minor editorial changes in Part 3, Execution.
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Hoist and Trolleys Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
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High Efficiency Gas Purification Filters Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
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Gas and Liquid Pressure Vessels Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).
43 4116 R0
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Atmospheric Tanks and Vessels Rev. 1-Updated terminology to be consistant with proforma (Subcontractor, STR, etc.).

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