THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE DIRECTED TO REMOVE ALL WIRING BACK TO THE
c) Electrical Site Plan (90% complete) (may be combined with Civil
Utility Plan for small, uncomplicated projects): Show all new and remaining
above ground and underground electrical equipment, including cable, ducts,
manholes and/or poles and points of connection. Show primary and secondary
electrical lines, fire alarm and communication lines, fire alarm reporting
stations (master boxes), transformer or substation types and ratings (see the
paragraph titled "Transformer/Unit Substations" above), exterior lighting for
streets, parking areas, walks and flood lighting, MG sets, A/C units, etc.
d) Lighting Plan(s): For all floors, showing layout and type of
fixtures to be used, including exit lights and emergency lights.
For all floors, showing:
1) Location and types of receptacles, panelboards, switchboards,
motor control centers, transformers and other electrical equipment such as UPS
2) Fire alarm and suppression systems, including manual pull
stations, control panels, remote annunciators, extinguishing system pressure
switches, and audible and visual alarms. Provide a table for automatic
detection devices indicating the detector type, temperature rating, room
locations, etc. DO NOT show detector locations on the drawing.
f) Communications Plan(s) showing locations for all telephone,
intercom, paging, and other systems.
One-line diagram for Power showing:
1) Primary power source, its location and distribution to the
point of connection.
2) Primary feeders including number, type and size of conductors
and type and size of conduit.
3) Transformer or substation including primary and secondary
switchgear, primary protection, lightning arresters, groundfault protection if
required, metering and relaying.
Riser diagrams (35% complete) for:
1) Fire Alarm and Suppression: Indicate source of power supply,
all fire alarm equipment and interconnections and connection to AC power, base
fire alarm system, mechanical equipment (HVAC) shutdown, and door hold-open
circuits as appropriate. (Note: The fire alarm system shall be connected
ahead of the building main disconnect.) Show each initiating zone and bell
circuit as a separate line. DO NOT indicate number of conductors on the
2) Telephone: Indicate location of all telephone outlets, outlet
box size, cabinets, backboard, conduit runs and sizes with pull wires.
3) Alarm and Control Circuits:
Indicate security remote control,
ADP and energy management systems.
4) Others (Intercom, Paging, Master Television Antenna System,
CCTV, IDS, etc.): Show items similar to telephone riser diagram.
i) Lighting Fixture Schedule and Details (60% complete): Provide
sketches of all lighting fixtures used in the project with non-proprietary