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Architectural and Engineering Design Standards

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  • Architectural and Engineering Design Standards







    Architectural and Engineering



    Design Standards



    Capital Management Department



    University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics



    Revision 13: November 1, 2016












    Rev. 13 November 1, 2016



    INTRODUCTION



    This document has been prepared to assist Design Professionals preparing professional services in the design,


    construction and maintenance of UIHC Facilities. This document has been reviewed and approved by a Standards


    Oversight Committee made up of UIHC representatives from Capital Management, Maintenance/Engineering,


    Communication Technology Services, Respiratory Therapy, Epidemiology, Ancillary Services, Guest


    Services/Housekeeping, and Safety & Security.


    Preferred materials guidelines have been selected on the basis of extensive analysis. However, the most important


    guideline in the selection of construction materials is the strict compliance with mandatory building codes and industry


    reference standards. There may be particular circumstances in which, in the judgment of the Design Professional, cost


    effective viable alternatives are warranted. We welcome such recommendations and will consider each one of them


    carefully prior to implementation. As a part of the design process, the Design Professional shall submit in writing


    rationale for areas where specified manufacturers or products are not being utilized. Those instances require Owner


    approval. A form has been provided in Appendix K, and shall be filled in by the Design Professional. The


    completed form shall be returned to the Owner for approval during design.


    The University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics incorporates green principles in the placement, design and construction


    of new facilities and major renovation projects, targeting a minimum standard of Leadership in Energy and


    Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification. Major project is defined as a facility over 20,000 gross square feet.


    A major capital renovation is defined as a construction budget that will cost more than 50% of the facility’s


    replacement value. UIHC accomplishes this certification by focusing on the ecological, social and economic


    performance of each project. Design Professionals are required to adhere to these principles and strive for


    sustainability in all designs. This document will be updated periodically. Updates to this standard will only be


    made after careful consideration by members of the UIHC Standards Oversight Committee. A procedure has been


    developed for formal application of changes to the standard. Contact the Capital Management Department for the


    applicable forms.


    Use of this standard does not relieve the Design Professional from adhering to engineering practices, applicable


    codes, etc. Where there is a conflict between the contents of these standard and applicable codes that which is more


    stringent will take precedence.














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    Table of Contents


    1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................................................. 8


    1.1 Application of Design Standards ................................................................................................................................ 8


    1.2 Applicable Documents................................................................................................................................................ 8


    1.2.1 Building Codes and Standards ............................................................................................................................. 8


    1.2.2 Reference Documents ..................................................................................................................................... 9


    1.3 Risk Assessment/Infection Control .......................................................................................................................... 11


    1.4 Site Design Considerations ...................................................................................................................................... 11


    1.5 Utility Energy Incentives .......................................................................................................................................... 11


    1.6 Existing Hospital Finishes ......................................................................................................................................... 11


    2. DESIGN DELIVERABLES.................................................................................................................................................... 12


    2.1 Design Deliverable Requirements ............................................................................................................................ 12


    2.1.1 State of Iowa Board of Regents Submissions .................................................................................................... 12


    2.1.2 Schematic Design .............................................................................................................................................. 12


    2.1.3 Design Development ......................................................................................................................................... 14


    2.1.4 Construction Document ................................................................................................................................ 17


    2.1.5 Record Documents ............................................................................................................................................ 20


    2.1.6 FM Global Roof Compliance Process ................................................................................................................. 21


    3. DRAWINGS & SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 23


    3.1 UIHC Room Numbering ............................................................................................................................................ 23


    4. ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING STANDARDS ............................................................................................................. 24


    4.1 Division 01 – General Requirements..................................................................................................................... 24


    4.2 Division 02 – Existing Conditions ............................................................................................................................. 25


    4.3 Division 03– Concrete .............................................................................................................................................. 26


    4.4 Division 04 - Masonry .............................................................................................................................................. 27


    4.5 Division 05 – Metals ................................................................................................................................................. 27


    4.6 Division 06 – Wood and Plastics ............................................................................................................................... 27


    4.7 Division 07 – Thermal and Moisture Protection ..................................................................................................... 29


    4.8 Division 08 – Openings ............................................................................................................................................ 33


    4.9 Division 09 – Finishes .............................................................................................................................................. 37


    4.10 Division 10 – Specialties .......................................................................................................................................... 39


    4.11 Division 11 – Equipment for Roof Standards Update ............................................................................................. 42


    4.12 Division 12 – Furnishings ......................................................................................................................................... 42


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    4.13 Division 13 – Special Construction .......................................................................................................................... 43


    4.14 Division 14 – Conveying Equipment ........................................................................................................................ 43


    4.15 Division 21 – Fire Suppression ................................................................................................................................ 44


    4.16 Division 22 – Plumbing ............................................................................................................................................ 47


    4.17 Division 23 – Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) ........................................................................... 57


    4.18 Division 26 – Electrical ............................................................................................................................................. 72


    4.19 Division 27 – Communications ................................................................................................................................ 87


    4.20 Division 28 – Electronic Safety and Security ........................................................................................................... 87


    4.21 Division 32 – Exterior Improvements ...................................................................................................................... 91


    4.22 Division 41 – Material Processing & Holding Equipment ........................................................................................ 91



















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    Revision Date Description


    13 11/01/16 • Updated cover photo


    • Replaced with Capital Management Logo


    • Updated introduction


    • Updated General Requirements, Sections 1.2 & 1.2.1


    • Updated 1.2.2.6 Casework Standards


    • Updated 1.3 Risk Assessment/ Infection Control


    • Removed 1.5 Safety Considerations


    • Updated 1.7 Existing Hospital Finishes


    • Updated 2.1.2 Schematic Design Written Requirements Section


    • Updated 2.1.3 Design Development Written Requirements Section


    • Updated 2.1.4 Construction Document paragraph and Written Requirements and Drawing Requirements


    • Updated FM Global contact to Tom Lauer; Section 2.1.6


    • Updated Construction-Phase Process Section


    • Removed Section 3.2 UIHC Standardized Details (3.2.1 & 3.2.2)


    • Updated Section 01 78 36; Warranties


    • Updated 4.2 Division 02- Existing Conditions; Added line 3


    • Updated 05 51 14 Prefabricated Metal Roof Access Ladders


    • Updated 06 20 00 Finish Carpentry


    • Updated 06 60 00 Solid Surfaces; Added lines 5, 6 & 7


    • Updated 4.7 Division 07 – Thermal and Moisture Protection


    • Added Building Insulation; 07 20 00


    • Updated 07 50 00 Membrane Roofing


    • Updated 07 54 19.02 Adhered PVC Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing


    • Updated 07 81 00 Fireproofing


    • Updated 4.8 Division 08 – Openings: Notes Section


    • Updated 08 12 00 Steel Door Frames


    • Updated 08 13 00 Hollow Metal Flush Doors


    • Updated 08 14 00 Flush Wood Doors; added line 9


    • Updated 08 31 00 Fire Rated Access Doors


    • Updated 08 33 23 Rolling Fire Doors


    • Updated 08 71 00 Door Hardware; Added line 8


    • Updated 08 74 00 Access Control Hardware


    • Updated 08 80 00 Glass and Glazing; added line 6


    • Updated 09 22 16 Non-Load Bearing Partition Framing


    • Updated 09 29 00 Gypsum Wallboard; updates to line 1


    • Removed 09 63 00 Masonry Flooring


    • Updated 09 65 16 Resilient Sheet Flooring


    • Added line 3 to Painting and Coding; 09 90 00


    • Added section Rolled Carpet; 09 68 16


    • Added section Acoustical Ceilings; 09 50 00


    • Added section Epoxy Quartz Flooring; 09 72 50


    • Added line 2 to Epoxy Paint; 09 96 56


    • Added section Signage; 10 14 00


    • Added section Corner Guards; 10 26 00


    • Updated 10 26 33 Kickplates


    • Added section Fire Extinguisher Cabinets; 10 44 00


    • Updated 10 90 00 Miscellaneous Specialties; added line 3


    • Removed Section 11 28 13 Computers


    • Added section Roller Shades; 12 24 13


    • Updated 21 12 26 Fire Surpression Valve and Hose Cabinets


    • Updated 21 13 13 Wet-Pipe Automatic Sprinkler System; added line 8


    • Updated 23 05 53 Identification for HVAC Piping and Equipment


    • Added line 6 to 22 60 00 Gas and Vacuum Systems for Lab and Healthcare Facilities


    • Updated 23 09 00; Line 4 TSI Model Pressura RPM10


    • Added section Eye Wash; 22 45 19


    • Updated 26 05 33 Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems; EMT/Ridged (added Ridged)


    • Added section Wiring Devices; 26 27 26


    • Added Appendix M “Capital Management Design Process”



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    Revision Date Description


    13 11/01/16 • Updated Appendix E - UIHC Infection Control Specification (Section 01515)


    • Updated Section 4.19 – Updates to Division 27 added as Appendix


    • Added Appendix N – Division 27 - Communications




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    REVISION HISTORY



    1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


    1.1 Application of Design Standards


    As addressed in the Introduction, these standards shall be adhered to for all UIHC projects in UIHC controlled


    facilities. It is the responsibility of the Design Professional to adhere to the standards herein. As a part of the


    design process, the Design Professional shall submit to the Owner in writing an explanation of instances where


    sections of the standards are not being followed. Each relevant design phase will not be considered complete


    until it has been established that the standards herein are adhered to.



    1.2 Applicable Documents


    This section contains a list of the codes, regulations and standards that Design Professionals shall utilize for projects at


    UIHC. This section is split into two subheadings to differentiate the required codes and guidelines from reference


    standards for specific applications.



    1.2.1 Building Codes and Standards



    At the time this document was released, the following codes and standards were approved by the state of Iowa that all


    design and construction at UIHC shall adhere to. Design professionals shall validate these are current before a project


    begins.


    Note: The Iowa State Building Code Chapter 301, 2011 edition establishes IBC 2009 for the general requirements for building construction


    in the state of Iowa. However, the fire safety requirements of the Life Safety Code, NFPA 101 2000, supersede those of IBC 2006 and shall


    be adhered to per Section 301.3(1) of the Iowa Building Code. ADA – Title III Regulations- 28 CFR Part 36; Appendix A 2010 ADA


    Standards for Accessible Design.


    Licensed Healthcare Facilities-


    • FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities, 2010


    • CMS Conditions of Participations, Subchapter G, Part 482


    • Iowa State Fire Code {IAC 661 – Chapter 205}


    • Iowa State Building Code {IAC 661 – Chapters 300, 301, 302, 303, 310, and 350}


    • Iowa State Electrical Code {IAC 661 – Chapter 504}


    • Iowa State Mechanical Code {IAC 461 – Chapter 61}


    • Iowa State Plumbing Code {IAC 461 – Chapter 25}


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    State Owned Facilities-


    • Iowa State Fire Code {IAC 661 – Chapters 200 and 201}


    • Iowa State Building Code {IAC 661 – Chapters 300, 301, 302, 303, 310, and 350}


    • Iowa State Electrical Code {IAC 661 – Chapter 504}


    • Iowa State Mechanical Code {IAC 461 – Chapter 61}


    • Iowa State Plumbing Code {IAC 461 – Chapter 25}



    1.2.2 Reference Documents


    The following sections include applicable standards that should be utilized for reference when designing for


    individual applications.



    1.2.2.1 Telecommunication Applications


    Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for


    Telecommunications, ANSI J-STD-607-A, 2002


    Standards for Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces, ANSI/TIA/EIA-


    569-B, 2003


    Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard, ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B Hospital Signaling and Nurse


    Call Equipment, UL 1069



    1.2.2.2 Fire Safety, Safety and Security Applications


    Factory Mutual Data Sheets


    Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) Title 10 – Energy, Chapter 1 – Nuclear Regulatory


    Commission (NRC); www.nrc.gov/NRC/CFR/index.html


    Part 20 (10 CFR 20), Standards for Protection Against Radiation



    1.2.2.3 Electrical Applications


    Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems, NFPA 110, 1999


    Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems, NFPA 780, 2004


    Standard for Installation Requirements for Lightning Protection Systems, UL 96A, 2001


    Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, NFPA 70E OSHA 29 CFR-1910, Subpart S



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    1.2.2.4 Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Applications


    Standard for Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems, NFPA 90A, 1999


    Guideline for Environmental Infection Control in Healthcare Facilities: MMWR 2003; 52 (No. RR-10): 1-2,


    CDC/HICPAC 2003 – for design of isolation rooms



    1.2.2.5 Exterior Applications


    Iowa DNR Storm Water Discharge Regulations, http://www.iowadnr.com/water/stormwater/forms.html



    1.2.2.6 Casework Standards


    Architectural Woodwork Standards 2014



    1.2.2.7 Heliports & Elevators


    Standard for Heliports, NFPA 418, 1995


    Iowa Administrative Code, Chapter 89A, Elevators



    1.2.2.8 Roof Tie-Off Anchors


    Window Cleaning Safety Standard, ANSI/IWCA 14.1-2001



    1.2.2.9 Roof System Design Standards


    All roof systems at UIHC shall be designed by the Design Professional or a qualified consultant to comply


    with the current versions of the following standards (see 2.1.5 FM Global Roof Compliance Process and


    Divisions 05, 06, and 07 for additional information):


    FM Global RoofNav (www.fmglobal.roofnav.com)


    1. Internal Fire: Meet Class 1 (steel decking) or Class NC (concrete decking).


    2. Exterior Fire: Meet Class A.


    3. Hail: Meet Severe Hail (SH).


    4. Wind: Meet the more stringent of either FM Global RoofNav Calculator or ASCE/SEI 7-


    10 (using Risk Category 3/4 Wind Map).


    5. Identify roof systems with rating-compliant RoofNav Assembly Numbers and specify these assembly numbers.


    FM Global Loss Prevention Data Sheets 1-28, 1-29, & 1-49


    ASCE/SEI 7-10 (Use Risk Category 3/4 Wind Map)


    UL Fire Resistance Directory


    NRCA Manual 2016


    ANSI/SPRI ES-1


    SMACNA Manual 2015


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