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7.5.5.1 Demolition Plan
a. Demolition shall be shown on a separate plans.
b. Indicate equipment, ductwork and piping to be demolished including type of
material, sizes or dimensions.
c. Hazardous material such as asbestos and lead paint shall be identified and
quantified
7.5.5.2 Site Plan
Required for projects with extensive external mechanical systems, such as power plants,
central heating plants, and steam distribution systems. Site Plans shall:
a. Be drawn to as large a scale as possible, providing the scale is adequate to
show initial installation and future maintenance. Scale shall not be smaller than
1"=50', 1:500.
b. Show all new utility systems, existing systems, and points of connection.
c. Show all new and existing structures.
d. Show dimensions of new systems from a permanent reference point on the
project site.
e. Profiles shall be plotted on the same sheet and directly underneath the plan for all
outside underground mechanical piping systems. Indicate invert elevations, slopes,
and finish grades.
7.5.5.3 Large Scale Site Plans
Provide when outside mechanical systems are so extensive as to preclude their indication
at a reasonable scale on a single plan. In this case, the Plot Plan shall serve as a Key
Plan.
7.5.5.4 Mechanical Plans
Provide for each floor, as well as for foundation, attic, and roof spaces containing
equipment ductwork and or piping. Mechanical Plans shall:
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