Tenant Rules and Regulations
Moving Rules and Regulations
Contractor Rules and Regulations
Building Rules and Regulations
- Sidewalks, doorways, vestibules, halls, stairways, freight elevator lobbies, and other similar areas shall not be used for the disposal of trash, be obstructed by tenants, or be used by tenants for any purpose other than entering or leaving the leased premises and for going from one part of the Building to another. If special trash hauling is required, please contact the Management Office.
- No sweepings, rubbish, rags or other unsuitable materials shall be disposed into plumbing fixtures or appliances. Damage resulting to any fixtures from misuse by a tenant shall be the liability of said tenant.
- Movement of furniture or office equipment in or out of the Building, or the dispatch or receipt of any bulky material, merchandise or materials which requires the use of the elevators or the stairways or movement through the Building entrances or lobby will be restricted to such hours as Landlord shall reasonably designate. All such movement will be under the supervision of Landlord and in the manner agreed to between the tenant and Landlord by prearrangement. Such prearrangement, initiated by the tenant, is subject to Landlord’s control as to the time, method, routing of the movement and as to limitations for safety or other concerns which may prohibit any article, equipment or other item(s) from being brought into the Building. The tenant is to assume all risks for damage to articles moved or injury to persons engaged or not engaged in such movement and for any damage to Landlord’s equipment or property or injury to Landlord’s personnel as a result of any act in connection with fulfilling this service for the tenant. Landlord shall not be liable for any acts of any person(s) engaged in, or any damage or loss to any of said property of person(s), resulting from any act in connection with such service performed for the tenant unless the damage or injury is caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Landlord.
- All routine deliveries to a tenant’s leased premises during 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays shall be made through the freight elevator(s). Passenger elevators are to be used only for the movement of people, unless an exception is approved by the Management Office.
- To insure orderly operation of the Building, no ice, mineral or other water, towels, newspapers, packages, etc. will be delivered to tenants’ leased premises except by persons appointed or approved by Landlord in writing and provided such persons provide Landlord with appropriate proof of insurance.
- Corridor doors, when not in use, shall be kept closed.
- Tenant space that is visible from public areas must be kept neat and clean and is subject to Landlord’s approval.
- Tenants shall not tamper with or attempt to adjust temperature control thermostats in the leased premises. Landlord shall adjust thermostats as required to maintain the Building standard temperature. Landlord requests that all window blinds remain down and tilted at a 45 degree angle toward the street to help maintain comfortable room temperatures and conserve energy.
- All requests for overtime air conditioning or heating must be submitted via email to the Management Office by 4:30 p.m. on the day desired for weekday requests, by 4:00 p.m. Friday for weekend requests, and by 4:00 p.m. on the preceding business day for holiday requests.
- The Building hours are from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Access at all other times is provided by an access card system.
- Tenants will comply with all security procedures during business hours and after hours and on weekends.
- Landlord will provide, at the tenant’s expense, all locks for doors entering or within the leased premises and no additional lock(s) will be placed on any door entering or within the leased premises without Landlord’s written consent. All requests for duplicate keys will be made to the Management Office.
- Tenants will cooperate with Landlord’s employees in keeping leased areas neat and clean, unless the tenant is responsible for cleaning and maintenance personnel. Landlord will in no way be held responsible by any tenant, its agents, employees or invitees for any loss of property from the leased premises or public areas or for any damage to any property within the leased premises even if such loss or damage occurred when the leased premises were locked against entry.
- Signs, advertisements, or notices visible in or from public corridors or from outside the Building shall be subject to Landlord’s prior written approval.
- Landlord will provide and maintain a directory for all the tenants in the main lobby of the Building, and no other directory will be permitted.
- Proposed plans for alterations within the Building must be approved in writing by Landlord. This provision will apply to all work performed in the Building including, but not limited to, installation of telephones, telegraph equipment, electrical devices and attachments, and all installations affecting or affixed to floors, walls, woodwork, trim, windows, ceilings, equipment or any other portion of the Building.
- Landlord reserves the right to prescribe the weight and positioning of safes, files, filing systems and other heavy equipment and written approval must be obtained from the Management Office before work begins. All damage done to the Building by the taking in or putting out any property of a tenant, or done by a tenant's property while in the building, shall be repaired at the expense of such tenant.
- Should a tenant require telegraphic, telephonic, annunciator or other communication service, Landlord will direct the electricians where and how wires are to be introduced and placed and none shall be introduced or placed except as Landlord shall direct. Electric current shall not be used for power or heating without Landlord’s prior written permission. Extension cords may be used for temporary loads only, and shall not be installed for permanent use. Any surge protectors utilized by Tenant shall be used in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications in order to prevent electrical “overload(s)”.
- Tenants are requested to lock all office doors leading to corridors and to turn out all lights at the close of their working day.
- Tenants, their agents, employees and invitees shall observe no smoking, as per Houston City Ordinance, in all public areas including elevators, restrooms, etc. In addition, the building is a non-smoking building and smoking is not permitted in the tenant premises or any other area of the building.
- No flammable or explosive fluids or materials shall be kept or used within the premises or the Building. No open flames or flammable substances or materials (such as candles, sterno heaters, space heaters, live Christmas trees, etc.) shall be permitted to be utilized by Tenant in the premises or in the Building. Tenants shall comply with all applicable building and fire codes relating to its use of the premises.
- Tenants will not make or permit any improper noises within the Building or otherwise interfere with other tenants or persons having business within the Building.
- No animals shall be brought into or kept in, on or about the Building.
- The carrying of firearms of any kind in any leased premises, the Building, the Building Garage, or any related amenity of the Project, including any sidewalks, drives or other common areas, is prohibited except in the case of unconcealed firearms carried by licensed security personnel hired or contracted for by tenants for security of their premises as permitted by such tenants’ leases or otherwise consented to by Landlord in writing.
- Landlord reserves the right to rescind any of the foregoing rules and regulations and to make such other and further rules and regulations as, in its reasonable judgment, shall, from time to time, be required for the safety, protection, care and cleanliness of the Building, the operation thereof, the preservation of good order therein and the protection and comfort of the tenants and their agents, employees and invitees. Such rules and regulations, when made and written notice thereof is given to a tenant, shall be binding upon it in like manner as if originally herein prescribed.
Moving Rules and Regulations
Movement in or out of the Building of furniture, office equipment, construction materials or any other items requiring more than 30 minutes to move are restricted to weekdays after 6:00 p.m. through 6:00 a.m. the following morning, or on weekends and must be completed by Building approved Union movers with acceptable Certificates of Insurance on file. The Office of the Building adheres to the following procedures to make tenant moves as efficient as possible:
- Since use of the freight elevators is on a first-come, first-served basis, it is advantageous to reserve an elevator as soon as a confirmed move date is available. (Under no circumstances are passenger elevators to be used for moving equipment, furniture, boxes, etc.) Please contact Building Management via email to reserve.
- The tenant is required to notify its moving company and request that a Certificate of Insurance be sent to the Office of the Building prior to the move date. A move will not be permitted until the Certificate of Insurance meets building requirements and is on file with the Office of the Building. A move will not be permitted until the Certificate of Insurance meets building requirements and is on file with the Office of the Building. Insurance requirements are attached on the previous page and can also be found on River Point’s website.
- Should the tenant require a Security officer to coordinate and/or monitor the move, or maintenance personnel for clean-up, the Office of the Building can arrange these services at a charge to the tenant at the then current rate per hour. Please note: A dock guard and elevator starter will be required during a move.
- The tenant is responsible to see that the moving/delivery company adhere to the prescribed rules and regulations regarding their move or delivery.
- The protection of building corridors, doors, stairwells, elevator floor coverings, public areas, lobbies and service areas is the responsibility and expense of the tenant and/or moving freight company. More specifically:
- Protection of building floor covering by Masonite or plywood along the prescribed route of movement through the building as outlined by the Office of the Building.
- Protection of elevator lobbies, building corridors, and doors by cardboard, plywood, or other pre-approved materials by the Office of the Building.
- The protection of elevator and entrance door frames by 2x4 boards at 90 degree angles taped to the door frame is required.
- The movement of materials, furniture, etc. is limited only to those corridors, stairwells, elevators, and service areas designated by the Office of the Building.
- It is recommended that a pre-move and post-move be set up with the Office of the Building to note any damage.
Contractor Rules and Regulations
NOTE: that this is only a partial specification list and Landlord reserves the right to review all products proposed for tenant work to ensure compatibility with the base building systems. Non- standard items approved by Landlord may have additional maintenance scope and/or cost.
TENANT CONTRACTOR WORK RULES GENERAL INFORMATION I LOGISTICS
The following policies and procedures apply to all tenants, design professionals, contractors and or subcontractors working in River Point located at 444 W. Lake Street. If a Tenant directly engages a design professional, contractor or subcontractor, it is the Tenant's responsibility to insure that these Policies and Procedures are adhered to. The Landlord shall have the right to reject or stop any work that is not in compliance with these Policies and Procedures. Landlord retains the right to modify or amend these Policies and Procedures without notice. Tenant and Tenant's General Contractor will comply with all General Contractor and base building rules, permits, requirements, etc. Please see EXHIDIT I for the planned General Contractor Site Logistics Plan.
Tenant Contractor shall be solely responsible for layout, installation, protection, means and methods of all work as well as coordination and required field adjustments based on Base Building existing conditions.
Upon turnover of the Tenant's premises to the Tenant Contractor to commence the Work, Tenant Contractor accepts the premises "as-is" with the exception of any formal punch list issued to Landlord from Tenant Contractor identifying deficient Base Building items.
The Tenant Contractor shall procure and pay for all building permits, street use permits, noise permits and any other permit required for Tenant's Work.
Tenant Contractor is responsible for insuring that all work performed complies with all applicable federal, state and local codes.
Tenant Contractor shall protect all base-building elements and all tenant improvements and equipment in other parts of the Premises from damage of any sort and shall repair any damage in the course of performing its work.
The building standard roller shades are furnished by Landlord and installed by Tenant Contractor. Roller shades are MechoShade 6016 Slate 3% Open. Shades will be delivered to the floor prior to Tenant floor turnover. The curtain wall system has been designed with the roller shade pocket integral to the intermediate horizontal mullion. The shade and associated clips will be within the pocket, with a trim cap to enclose the shade. The trim cap will be furnished separate from the shades. Tenant Contractor is responsible to protect, handle, uncrate, unwrap, install and remove packaging material. The preferred installer is Indecor. Address: 8222 Lehigh Ave, Morton Grove, IL 60053 Telephone: (773) 561-7670 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact is Jeff Hunt.
Tenant Contractor shall contain his storage of materials and his operations within the Tenant's Premises. Contractors must properly mark and identify all containers containing chemicals with hazardous material stickers and storage areas for these containers should have MSDS posted in the space in which the work is being completed. Items requiring this marking are (at a minimum): soap, paint, solvents, lubricants, cleaners, refrigerant, oils, etc.
The Tenant's Contractor's Work shall be scheduled so that their work in no way conflicts interferes with or impedes the work of Base Building General Contractor or other Tenants. Any work that is in conflict with the other Tenants will be rescheduled by the contractor or to such dates or times as approved by Landlord.
Near completion of the Tenant Contractor’s Work, Tenant will issue a formal punch list to Landlord for Tenant Contractor to address and complete. This punch list will detail items that do not conform to the Tenant's Contract Documents or the River Point Tenant Design and Construction Manual.
The Tenant Contractor shall be responsible for all its actions on-site as well as those of its subcontractors. Any Base Building work removed and/or damaged by the Tenant Contractor or its subcontractors will be promptly replaced, repaired or restored by the Tenant Contractor at no cost or Landlord. The Tenant Contractor shall maintain supervision at all times whenever the Tenant Contractor or its subcontractors are working in the Tenant Construction area.
All HVAC ductwork, electrical, plumbing and sprinkler piping must be run in a professional manner leaving an 8" clearance above the ceiling lines where possible.
After all major Tenant Construction above ceiling work is complete and at least 48 hrs. Prior to closing up the ceiling, Tenant Contractor shall notify Landlord so that he can perform a visual inspection of the ceiling plenum area and note to Tenant Contractor items that require attention.
At no time will any sprinkler pipes, plumbing pipes, HVAC ducts or electrical conduits penetrate a two hour fire rated wall or floor without the consent of the Landlord. This includes air handling rooms, stairways and washrooms. Penetrations shall be properly sleeved and filled with an industry or Landlord approved fire stop. All floor cores shall follow the detail in Exhibit F, Tenant Standards, and Tenant- 9.
No vending machines, concessions, or the like will be permitted in the Tenant Contractor's Construction area.
See Page 3 in this Manual for all documentation required to be submitted to Landlord prior to and during the Tenant Construction.
Smoking is prohibited anywhere within the building or within 15 feet of an entrance to the building, per City of Chicago Code.
Sidewalks, doorways, vestibules, halls, stairways, elevator lobbies and other similar areas in the common areas of the Building shall not be used for storage of materials or disposal of trash.
See Page 2 in this Manual for all required subcontractors.
At the discretion of the Landlord, the Base Building toilet rooms may be made available for Tenant Contractor use. The Tenant Contractor will be responsible for protecting and maintaining the bathrooms during use and restoring them to their original turnover condition.
Tenant Contractor shall be aware that from time to time temporary services may be interrupted though the Landlord shall endeavor to provide notice of when this will occur.
All temporary services or items installed by the Tenant Contractor shall be removed from the Tenant's premises prior to occupancy.
Tenant Contractor is responsible to see that all Base Building closet doors are closed and locked when not in use. Stairwell doors to remain closed at all times.
All Base Building rooms and stairwells are to be kept neat, clean and clear by the Tenant Contractor at all times.
Prior to occupancy, the Tenant Contractor shall perform a thorough final white glove clean of the Tenant's premises and other relevant areas used during Tenant Construction. At a minimum, items to be cleaned must include light fixtures, interior windows & mullions, doors, baseboard, floor finishes and glass.
Plumbing fixtures shall be used only for the purposes for which they are designed, and no sweepings, rubbish, rags or other unsuitable materials shall be disposed into them. Damage resulting to any such fixtures as a result of misuse by Tenant Contractor shall be the liability of the Tenant Contractor.
All testing, air balancing and final calibration for the Tenant's HVAC system must be performed by one of the Base Building Test and Balance Contractors at the Tenant/Tenant Contractor's expense. Contractor is to notify Landlord at least (5) business days before Test and Balance Contractor are to start its work on the Premises.
No hangers, clips supports or braces shall be secured to ductwork. Items that may not be attached include, but are not limited to the following: bracing for walls, ceiling grid, lights, electrical conduits, water pipes and any supplementary HVAC equipment.
Access panels shall be provided in gypsum ceilings, in the size and quantity deemed necessary by the buildings Chief Engineer for access to equipment in the ceiling.
- All work done on the roof will require a signed waiver and indemnification for roof access from the Landlord.
SITE ACCESS I HOISTING I TRASH REMOVAL
Material deliveries must occur on an afterhour’s basis when use of the service elevators is available. Deliveries must be made and completed by 6am Monday through Friday, and can begin after 5:30pm Monday through Friday. Deliveries may be made during the day on Saturday and Sunday. Hoisting during normal working hours may be available for limited windows, provided it is coordinated and scheduled in advance with the General Contractor. General Contractor has no obligation to allow hoisting during normal working hours and will do so only if schedule permits. Deliveries must be scheduled and coordinated with the Base Building General Contractor or the Landlord. Tenant shall be subject to union rules and regulations for a union elevator operator as required. Costs associated with afterhours hoisting or with any additional personal required during normal working hours are the responsibility of the Tenant or Tenant Contractor.
For Deliveries that require more than one trip in the service car, a security guard will be required. Their billing rate as of2014 is $30/hour, with a 4 hour minimum, or $120 minimum.
Clean up and trash removal is by the contractor at its own expense. All trash removal is required to be performed on an afterhour’s basis when use of the service elevators is available. Any vertical transportation required as well as locations for trucks and/or open top dumpsters shall be coordinated with the Landlord or General Contractor. Tenant shall be subject to union rules and Regulations for a union elevator operator as required. Dumpster costs by Tenant and or their Contractor. Landlord retains the right to have a dumpster removed at its discretion without consent of the contractor.
All tools, equipment and material necessary for the Tenant Contractor's Work are to be staged and remain within the Tenant Construction area and placement must be coordinated with Building Contractor so as not to impede the completion of the Base Building Work. Any access to areas beyond the Tenant's premises must be approved by the Landlord.
Tenant Contractor shall be careful with the placement of staged and stored materials as to not compromise the structural integrity of the Base Building.
The Tenant Contractor shall secure and protect all of its materials delivered to site.
No on-site parking is available to Tenant Contractor.
BASE BUILDING SYSTEMS
All work that requires modification or interface with the Base Building roofing systems must be performed by the Base Building roofing subcontractor at the Tenant/Tenant Contractor's expense.
All modifications, programming, graphics, materials and labor required for the Tenant's controls work must be performed by the Base Building controls subcontractor at the Tenant/Tenant Contractor's expense.
All modifications, programming, interface, testing, materials and labor required for the Tenant's fire alarm work must be performed by the Base Building fire alarm subcontractor electrician at the Tenant/Tenant Contractor's expense. This is inclusive of relocating existing devices. Any tie-in to the fire alarm system must be performed by the Base Building fire alarm subcontractor and scheduled in advance with the Landlord.
Any modifications to the Base Building security system, as part of the Tenant Contractor's Work, must be performed by the Base Building access controls subcontractor at the Tenant/Tenant Contractor's expense.
All cylinder core keying is to be coordinated and performed by Tenant Contractor and Tenant in compliance with base building master key systems and specifications. Tenant's Contractor shall supply the Landlord with a hard copy and a modifiable soft copy of keying schedule two weeks in advance of the keying request. Allow for two weeks following request for all cores to be keyed.
Sprinkler drain downs must be coordinated and scheduled with the Base Building Contractor until the Base Building is Substantially Complete. Following Base Building Substantial Completion, all drain downs shall be coordinated and scheduled 48 hours in advance with the Landlord, in which a fee of $150 will be charged to the Tenant Contractor. Sprinkler subcontractor shall not leave the job site prior to the system being restored to normal service.
If it is necessary to shut down temporary or permanent electrical power to Base Building, arrangements must be coordinated with the Base Building Contractor and Landlord no less than four weeks prior to the required time of shut down.
In the event the Tenant Contractor inadvertently causes a utility interruption, Tenant Contractor is to immediately notify the Landlord of the type and location of the interruption. Tenant Contractor shall be responsible for all costs associated with the interruption.
Tenant Contractor's Work, such as wall framing, threaded rods, wire hangers, or duct straps, shall not attach to or be supported by the Base Building ductwork, piping, conduit, or existing hangers and shall be anchored only to the structure above.
Nothing shall be adhered or fastened to the curtain wall. No modifications (i.e. painting or fasteners) shall be made to the curtain wall for any reason.
Any Damage to spray-on fireproofing as a result of tenant work shall be remedied by Tenant Contractor. Tenant to include re-inspection and certification of all fireproofing.
Tenant Contractor shall follow all Base Building specifications for insulation requirements for piping and ductwork.
The Tenant Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining the Tenant and Base Building HVAC system in the Tenant Construction area by protecting all ducts and equipment from dust, water and debris. From Tenant Construction commencement until the finished ceilings are closed, filter media is required on the plenum air inlets of all fan-powered terminal units. Filter frames (with a MERV-8 rating or better) are required on the two Base Building return air ducts on each floor. Tenant Contractor shall furnish and install all filters and replace each at a minimum of every two weeks. Tenant Contractor to remove all filters just prior to tenant move-in.
Cores, slab openings and any structural modification must be reviewed and approved by the Base Building structural engineer.
The Tenant Con1ractor shall be responsible for all temporary and permanent electrical power as well as coordination with ComEd for the Application for Service and meter installation.
Tenant Contractor construction water services must be coordinated and scheduled with the Landlord.
Any temporary work left by Base Building Contractor for the use by Tenant Contractor shall be the responsibility of Tenant Contractor to remove from the building and dispose of properly.
All new piping shall be hydrostatically tested prior to tie in.
Tenant Contractor must have the base building controls contractor inspect and adjust control dampers on the base building on floor supply and return ducts after tenant construction to ensure proper operation.
A minimum 30" clearance shall be maintained in front of access doors for equipment (FPB's, Heaters, Fan Coil Units) located within the plenum ceiling. This area shall not be obstructed by piping, conduit ductwork or anything that will prevent unobstructed access for maintenance purposes. Any equipment or junction boxes located above hard ceiling will require an access panel and location shall be coordinated with the Landlord and Architect.
The Tenant Contractor must provide for the safety, security and protection of its own work and workforce and will abide by all local, state and federal requirements, OSHA regulations, the Base Building Contractor’s safety guidelines and policies and all other applicable safety policies.
Fighting, gambling, horseplay, derisive whistling, possession or use of alcohol, illegal drugs, smoking, possession of firearms or failure to follow safety regulations will serve as cause for the immediate and permanent removal of the Tenant Contractor and its subcontractor's employees from the Project.
The Tenant Contractor is responsible for providing an adequate number of approved NFPA fire extinguishers and must take all fire precautions.
When it is necessary to barricade an area for open floor cuts, overhead work, or to protect personnel from other hazardous operations, barricades are to be provided by the Tenant Contractor. A six-foot fall rule will be enforced.
In the event the Tenant Contractor discovers hazardous materials or hazardous conditions at the work site, the Tenant Contractor is to immediately cease work, vacate that area and contact the Landlord for further instructions.
Upon Substantial Completion of the Base Building, Tenant Contractor will follow the security badging and key check-out protocol in place.
CONSTRUCTION WITHIN AN OCCUPIED BUILDING
The following requirements are in addition to all previous sections:
A "HOT WORK PERMIT" must be issued by the chief engineer before any brazing, soldering, or welding can be performed.
Tenant Contractor shall ensure that no base building doors are propped open at any time. This includes, but is not limited to, doors at the loading dock, service elevator lobbies, stairwells and doors adjacent to the Tenant Premises.
All disruptive work (core drilling, shooting into the deck, screwguns) must be done prior to 7:00am and after 7:00pm Monday through Friday or 8:00am to 1:00pm Saturday, where the Tenant Contractor is working above, below and/or adjacent to existing Tenants occupants. Tenant and/or Landlord reserve the right to stop all work if the noise that is disruptive to building occupants.
- Approval from Landlord will be required for the following;
- Access to Building rooms
- After-hours service elevator use
- After-hours Building access by Tenant Contractor and its Subcontractors. Please note that the Tenant Contractor will be responsible for contacting Landlord at least 48 hours in advance for clearance of its personnel or its Subcontractors. A list of the Tenant Contractor employees and Subcontractors' employees is required to be sent to the Landlord and Building Security prior to starting any work. This list must be updated whenever changes occur and needs to be reissued to the Landlord and Building Security.
Any smoke, noise, or odor producing activities (including painting) should only take place after hours and with Landlord approval. The Tenant Contractor shall be held fully accountable for damage to the Building or interference with its occupants due to excessive noise, fumes, fire alarms, etc., which are due to the actions of the Tenant Contractor. Activities which must be performed after hours include but are not limited to:
- Use of adhesive, solvents, lacquers, paints or other finishing materials c. Core drilling the concrete floor
- Installation of carpet tackles strips
- Powder actuators (HILTI's) tools
Ventilation requirements during the construction process must be in compliance with the Landlord's IAQ standards. It is the Contractor's responsibility to coordinate the necessary provisions with the Landlord. Any cost of running the building HVAC system on after hour's basis to remedy the deterioration of indoor air quality caused by odor producing construction will be the responsibility of the Tenant Contractor.
There will be no work in another Tenant's space without obtaining Landlord and the other Tenant's permission. Work in another Tenant's space shall be performed after hours or at the other Tenantâs convenience.
Work in public spaces of River Point, including multi-tenant corridors, shall be performed after hours unless authorized by Landlord. All walls and floor coverings in public areas must be protected from damage and excessive dirt during construction without compromising the aesthetics.
There will be an additional charge to the Tenant Contractor if building engineer(s) are utilized on the job site beyond the normal working hours or for unusually long periods of time which disrupt their normal work responsibilities.
During normal business hours, keys or access cards for access to Building rooms may be checked out from the Landlord. A fee of $150.00 will be charged for lost keys or access cards plus any re-pinning of locksets as required to maintain security.
Tenant Contractor shall be responsible for all costs for Building security personnel required for supervision, dock monitoring and deliveries. Security will be required for access to any occupied floor.
ROLLER SHADES: Any roller shades (if in place) prior to the start of construction shall be protected and wrapped within plastic bags to avoid any damage/dust for the duration of construction. IF RAW SPACE: Note the roller shades are furnished by Landlord and installed by Tenant Contractor. Roller shades are MechoShade 6016 Slate 3% Open. Shades will be delivered to the floor prior to Tenant floor turnover. The curtain wall system has been designed with the roller shade pocket integral to the intermediate horizontal mullion. The shade and associated clips will be within the pocket, with a trim cap to enclose the shade. The trim cap will be furnished separate from the shades. Tenant Contractor is responsible to protect, handle, uncrate, unwrap, install and remove packaging material. The preferred installer is lndecor. Address: 8222 Lehigh Ave, Morton Grove, IL 60053 Telephone: (773) 561-7670 Email: email@example.com Contact is Jeff Hunt.
ELEVATOR DOOR PROTECTION: Contractor shall protect and fully cover each of the passenger elevator doors and frames prior to commencing construction on a full floor or unoccupied floor. At no time during construction period shall passenger elevators be used by contractors, only the service elevator. To be completed by the Tenant Contractor: I) custom cut a piece of drywall to fit the elevator threshold/opening and secured in place with heavy duty tape which will not leave a residue on base building finishes; II) Place clear plastic barrier sheet around these drywall pieces to make them airtight; III) Cut 10" diameter hole in drywall and Place piece of Plexiglas on the drywall to allow sight from elevator side in case of emergency and; IV) on the back (elevator) side of the drywall barrier, Tenant Contractor shall place a professionally laminated sign to state "DANGER CONSTRUCTION SITE - NO ACCESS." This passenger elevator protection shall remain throughout the duration of the construction period, subject to any coordination required by Landlord's base building contractor work.
At no time should more than one sprinkler system be drained at any given time.