1 Tenant Handbook & Emergency Guide Stockdale Management, LLC 4343 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 180 Scottsdale, AZ P: (480) F: (480)
2 TENANT HANDBOOK A. Management Office Organization 1. Rent Payments 2. Work Order System B. Building Rules and Regulations 1. Office Building Regulations 2. Tenant Contact Information C. Move In/Move Out/Deliveries 1. Policy 2. Tenant Signage Form D. Contractor Rules & Regulations E. After Hours 1. After Hours Access Policy 2. After Hours HVAC Policy F. Housekeeping 1. Janitorial 2. Day Staff 3. Recycling G. Amenities H. Loss Prevention Guidelines Galleria Corporate Centre 4343 & 4301 N. Scottsdale Road Tenant Handbook & Emergency Guide Index Emergency Guide
3 The Galleria Corporate Centre MANAGEMENT OFFICE ORGANIZATION The Management Office is located at 4343 N. Scottsdale Road in Suite 180. The hours of operation are from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM every business day. Exceptions will be announced to the Tenants as they occur. Members of the Management Staff: General Manager: Barry Bartle Property Manager: Kristi Hadland Property Accountant: Rita Franco Chief Engineer: John Raddatz Director of Security: Matt Barnes Assistant Property Manager Meg Martin Members of the Leasing Team: Office Leasing Consultant: Bryan Taute Office Leasing Consultant: Stephen Sonntag Security: East Entrance Security Desk: (480) Evening Parking: Epic Valet: (480) Telephone Numbers: Management Office: (480) Management Office Fax: (480) Leasing: (602) Police Non-Emergency: (480) Fire Non-Emergency (480) After Hours Emergency: (480) Fire: 911 Rescue & Ambulance: 911 Police: 911 We invite you to visit our website for updates on building information and also specials/news from the Property Management Office! BUILDING HOURS: Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. 6:00 pm Saturdays 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Sundays & Holidays CLOSED
4 Rent Payments Rent is due on the 1 st of each month. Late notices and fees will be assessed on a case by case basis starting the 5 th of each month. Payee: Mailing Address: Stockdale Galleria Project Owner, LLC Stockdale Galleria Project Owner, LLC PO Box Los Angeles, CA If you are interested in setting up rental payments via ACH or wire transfer, please contact the Management Office for instructions. If you would like to change the way your monthly statement is delivered please the Property Management Office with your request.
5 Galleria Corporate Centre Work Order System As a convenience to Galleria Corporate Centre Tenants the Property Management Office uses MicroMain which is an internet based Work Order System. The Work Order System can be used to request services from the Property Management Office. To be signed up please contact the Property Management Office A representative from the Property Management Office will be happy to provide training on MicroMain to any Tenant Contact that would like it. Tenants are always more than welcome to contact the Property Management Office directly via or phone ( ) with any building issues or work order request. Here is a list of sample issues that can be entered into the system: - Light bulbs burnt out - Cleaning - Leaks/Plumbing - HVAC- too hot/too cold - Odors - Non-Emergency Elevator issues - Key Requests - Pest Control - Miscellaneous repairs - Rubbish Removal
6 GALLERIA BUILDING RULES & REGULATIONS The following Building Rules apply to and govern Tenant's use of the Premises and Project. All Building Rules have also been included in your Lease. Tenant is responsible for all Claims arising from any violation of the Building Rules by Tenant. 1. NO AWNING OR OTHER PROJECTION MAY BE ATTACHED TO THE OUTSIDE WALLS OF THE PREMISES OR PROJECT. NO CURTAINS, BLINDS, SHADES OR SCREENS VISIBLE FROM THE EXTERIOR OF THE PREMISES MAY BE ATTACHED TO OR HUNG TO, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH, ANY WINDOW OR DOOR OF THE PREMISES WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF LANDLORD. SUCH CURTAINS, BLINDS, SHADES, SCREENS OR OTHER FIXTURES MUST BE OF A QUALITY, TYPE,'DESIGN AND COLOR, AND ATTACHED IN A MANNER, APPROVED BY LANDLORD IN WRITING. 2. NO SIGN, LETTERING, PICTURE, NOTICE, OR ADVERTISEMENT WHICH IS VISIBLE FROM THE EXTERIOR OF THE PREMISES OR PROJECT MAY BE INSTALLED ON OR IN THE PREMISES WITHOUT LANDLORD'S PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT, AND THEN ONLY IN SUCH MANNER, CHARACTER AND STYLE AS LANDLORD MAY HAVE APPROVED IN WRITING. 3. TENANT WILL NOT OBSTRUCT SIDEWALKS, ENTRANCES, PASSAGES, CORRIDORS, VESTIBULES, HALLS, OR STAIRWAYS IN AND, ABOUT THE PROJECT WHICH ARE USED IN COMMON WITH OTHER TENANTS. TENANT WILL NOT PLACE OBJECTS AGAINST GLASS PARTITIONS OR DOORS OR WINDOWS WHICH WOULD BE UNSIGHTLY FROM ANY OF THE CORRIDORS OF THE PROJECT OR FROM THE EXTERIOR OF THE PROJECT AND WILL PROMPTLY REMOVE ANY SUCH OBJECTS UPON NOTICE FROM LANDLORD. 4. TENANT WILL NOT CREATE OR ALLOW OBNOXIOUS OR HARMFUL FUMES, ODORS, SMOKE OR OTHER DISCHARGES WHICH MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO THE OTHER OCCUPANTS OF THE PROJECT OR NEIGHBORING PROPERTIES, OR OTHERWISE CREATE ANY NUISANCE. 5. TENANT WILL NOT MAKE EXCESSIVE NOISES, CAUSE DISTURBANCES OR VIBRATIONS OR USE OR OPERATE ANY ELECTRICAL OR MECHANICAL DEVICES OR OTHER EQUIPMENT THAT EMIT EXCESSIVE SOUND OR OTHER WAVES OR DISTURBANCES OR WHICH MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO THE OTHER OCCUPANTS OF THE PROJECT, OR THAT MAY UNREASONABLY INTERFERE WITH THE OPERATION OF ANY DEVICE, EQUIPMENT, COMPUTER, VIDEO, RADIO, TELEVISION BROADCASTING OR RECEPTION FROM OR WITHIN THE PROJECT OR ELSEWHERE. 6. MACHINES AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT BELONGING TO TENANT, WHICH CAUSE NOISE OR VIBRATION THAT MAY BE TRANSMITTED TO THE STRUCTURE OF THE BUILDING OR TO ANY SPACE THEREIN TO SUCH A DEGREE AS TO BE OBJECTIONABLE TO LANDLORD OR TO ANY TENANTS IN THE BUILDING, SHALL BE PLACED AND MAINTAINED BY TENANT, AT TENANT'S EXPENSE, ON VIBRATION ELIMINATORS OR OTHER DEVICES SUFFICIENT TO ELIMINATE NOISE OR VIBRATION. 7. NO ANIMAL IS ALLOWED IN THE PROJECT, EXCEPT FOR ANIMALS ASSISTING THE DISABLED. 8. TENANT WILL NOT WASTE ELECTRICITY, HEAT OR AIR CONDITIONING AND WILL COOPERATE WITH LANDLORD TO ENSURE THE MOST EFFECTIVE OPERATION OF THE PROJECT'S HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, VENTILATION AND UTILITY SYSTEMS. TENANT WILL NOT USE ANY METHOD OF HEATING OR AIR CONDITIONING (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION FANS OR SPACE HEATERS) OTHER THAN THAT SUPPLIED BY LANDLORD OR APPROVED IN WRITING. 9. TENANT ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROTECTING ITS SPACE FROM THEFT, ROBBERY AND PILFERAGE, WHICH INCLUDES KEEPING VALUABLE ITEMS LOCKED UP AND DOORS LOCKED AND OTHER MEANS OF ENTRY TO THE PREMISES CLOSED AND SECURED AFTER BUSINESS HOURS AND AT OTHER TIMES THE PREMISES IS NOT IN USE. 10. NO ADDITIONAL LOCKS OR SIMILAR DEVICES SHALL BE ATTACHED TO ANY EXTERIOR DOOR OR WINDOW (OR INTERIOR DOOR OR WINDOW, IF REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE FIRE CODE AND/OR BY THE FIRE MARSHAL AND NO KEYS OTHER THAN THOSE PROVIDED BY LANDLORD SHALL BE MADE FOR ANY DOOR. IF MORE THAN TWO KEYS FOR ONE
7 LOCK ARE DESIRED BY THE TENANT, LANDLORD WILL PROVIDE THE SAME UPON PAYMENT BY THE TENANT. UPON TERMINATION OF THIS LEASE OR OF TENANT'S POSSESSION, TENANT WILL SURRENDER ALL KEYS OF THE PREMISES AND SHALL EXPLAIN TO LANDLORD ALL COMBINATION LOCKS ON SAFES, CABINETS AND VAULTS. 11. TENANT WILL NOT BRING INTO THE PROJECT INFLAMMABLES, SUCH AS GASOLINE, KEROSENE, NAPHTHA AND BENZINE, OR EXPLOSIVES OR ANY OTHER ARTICLE OF AN INTRINSICALLY DANGEROUS NATURE. 12. TENANT SHALL NOT BRING ANY BICYCLES OR OTHER VEHICLES OF ANY KIND INTO THE BUILDING, EXCEPT FOR APPROPRIATE VEHICLES NECESSARY FOR ASSISTING THE DISABLED. 13. IF ANY CARPETING OR OTHER FLOORING IS INSTALLED BY TENANT USING AN ADHESIVE, SUCH ADHESIVE WILL BE AN ODORLESS, RELEASABLE ADHESIVE. 14. IF TENANT REQUIRES TELEGRAPHIC, TELEPHONIC, SECURITY ALARM, SATELLITE DISHES, ANTENNAE OR SIMILAR SERVICES, TENANT SHALL FIRST OBTAIN LANDLORD'S WRITTEN APPROVAL, AND COMPLY WITH LANDLORD'S INSTRUCTIONS IN THEIR INSTALLATION. 15. THE WATER AND WASH CLOSETS, DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND OTHER PLUMBING FIXTURES WILL NOT BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN THOSE FOR WHICH THEY WERE CONSTRUCTED, AND NO SWEEPINGS, RUBBISH, RAGS, COFFEE GROUNDS OR OTHER SUBSTANCES SHALL BE THROWN THEREIN. 16. TENANT WILL NOT OVERLOAD ANY UTILITIES SERVING THE PREMISES. 17. ALL LOADING, UNLOADING, RECEIVING OR DELIVERY OF GOODS, SUPPLIES, FURNITURE OR OTHER ITEMS WILL BE MADE ONLY THROUGH ENTRYWAYS PROVIDED FOR SUCH PURPOSES. DELIVERIES DURING NORMAL OFFICE HOURS SHALL BE LIMITED TO NORMAL OFFICE SUPPLIES AND OTHER SMALL ITEMS. NO DELIVERIES SHALL BE MADE WHICH IMPEDE OR INTERFERE WITH OTHER TENANTS OR THE OPERATION OF THE BUILDING. NO EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, FURNITURE, PACKAGES, SUPPLIES, MERCHANDISE OR OTHER PROPERTY WILL BE RECEIVED IN THE BUILDING OR CARRIED IN THE PASSENGER ELEVATORS EXCEPT BETWEEN SUCH HOURS AND IN SUCH ELEVATORS AS MAY BE DESIGNATED BY LANDLORD. 18. TENANT'S INITIAL MOVE IN AND SUBSEQUENT DELIVERIES OF HEAVY OR BULKY ITEMS, SUCH AS FURNITURE, SAFES AND SIMILAR ITEMS SHALL BE MADE ONLY OUTSIDE OF BUSINESS HOURS AND ONLY IN SUCH MANNER AS SHALL BE PRESCRIBED IN WRITING BY LANDLORD. LANDLORD WILL IN ALL CASES HAVE THE RIGHT TO SPECIFY THE PROPER POSITION OF ANY SAFE, EQUIPMENT OR OTHER HEAVY ARTICLE, WHICH SHALL ONLY BE USED BY TENANT IN A MANNER WHICH WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH OR CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE PREMISE OR THE PROJECT, OR TO THE OTHER TENANTS OR OCCUPANTS OF THE PROJECT. TENANT WILL NOT OVERLOAD THE FLOORS OR STRUCTURE OF THE BUILDING. 19. TENANT WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL CLAIMS ARISING FROM ANY DAMAGE TO THE PROJECT OR THE PROPERTY OF ITS EMPLOYEES OR OTHERS AND ANY INJURIES SUSTAINED BY ANY PERSON WHOMSOEVER RESULTING FROM THE DELIVERY OR MOVING OF ANY ARTICLES BY OR FOR TENANT. 20. CANVASSING, SOLICITING, AND PEDDLING IN OR ABOUT THE PROJECT IS PROHIBITED AND TENANT WILL COOPERATE TO PREVENT THE SAME. 21. AT ALL TIMES (A) PERSONS MAY ENTER THE BUILDING ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUCH REGULATIONS AS LANDLORD MAY PROVIDE, (B) PERSONS ENTERING OR DEPARTING FROM THE BUILDING MAY BE QUESTIONED AS TO THEIR BUSINESS IN THE BUILDING, AND THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REQUIRE THE USE OF AN IDENTIFICATION CARD OR OTHER ACCESS DEVICE OR PROCEDURES AND/OR THE REGISTERING OF SUCH PERSONS AS TO THE HOUR OF ENTRY AND DEPARTURE, NATURE OF VISIT, AND OTHER INFORMATION DEEMED NECESSARY FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE BUILDING, AND (C) ALL ENTRIES INTO AND DEPARTURES FROM THE BUILDING SHALL BE THROUGH ONE OR MORE ENTRANCES AS LANDLORD SHALL FROM TIME TO TIME DESIGNATE. LANDLORD MAY ELECT NOT TO ENFORCE
8 CLAUSES (A), (B) AND (C) ABOVE DURING BUSINESS HOURS, BUT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DO SO AT LANDLORD'S DISCRETION. 22. IN CASE OF INVASION, MOB, RIOT, PUBLIC EXCITEMENT, OR OTHER COMMOTION, LANDLORD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO LIMIT OR PREVENT ACCESS TO THE PROJECT DURING THE CONTINUANCE OF THE SAME BY CLOSING THE DOORS OR TAKING OTHER APPROPRIATE STEPS. LANDLORD WILL IN NO CASE BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES FOR ANY ERROR OR OTHER ACTION TAKEN WITH REGARD TO THE ADMISSION TO OR EXCLUSION FROM THE PROJECT OF ANY PERSON AT ANY TIME. 23. SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED, EXCEPT IN THE SMOKING AREAS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING, IF ANY, AS DESIGNATED AND REDESIGNATED IN WRITING FROM TIME TO TIME BY LANDLORD, IN ITS SOLE, ABSOLUTE AND ARBITRARY DISCRETION, AND TENANT WILL NOT SMOKE ANYWHERE WITHIN THE PROJECT INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE PREMISES AND THE SIDEWALKS, ENTRANCES, PASSAGES, CORRIDORS, HALLS, ELEVATORS AND STAIRWAYS OF THE PROJECT, OTHER THAN THE SMOKING AREAS, IF ANY, DESIGNATED IN WRITING BY LANDLORD. ALL SMOKING MATERIALS MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN ASHTRAYS OR OTHER APPROPRIATE RECEPTACLES PROVIDED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 24. THE BUILDING DIRECTORY WILL BE PROVIDED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE DISPLAY OF THE NAME AND LOCATION OF TENANTS ONLY AND LANDLORD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EXCLUDE ANY OTHER NAMES THEREFROM AND TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF SPACE THEREON DEDICATED TO TENANT. 25. UNLESS OTHERWISE APPROVED BY LANDLORD IN WRITING, ALL JANITORIAL SERVICES FOR THE PROJECT AND THE PREMISES SHALL BE PROVIDED EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH LANDLORD, AND EXCEPT WITH THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF LANDLORD, NO PERSON OR PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE APPROVED BY LANDLORD SHALL BE EMPLOYED BY TENANT OR PERMITTED TO ENTER THE PROJECT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PERFORMING JANITORIAL SERVICES. TENANT SHALL NOT CAUSE ANY UNNECESSARY LABOR BY CARELESSNESS OR INDIFFERENCE TO THE GOOD ORDER AND CLEANLINESS OF THE PROJECT. 26. LANDLORD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EXCLUDE OR EXPEL FROM THE PROJECT ANY PERSON WHO, IN LANDLORD'S JUDGMENT, IS INTOXICATED OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR OR DRUGS OR WHO IS IN VIOLATION OF ANY OF THE BUILDING RULES OR ANY LAWS. 27. TENANT SHALL STORE ALL ITS TRASH AND GARBAGE IN PROPER RECEPTACLES WITHIN ITS PREMISES OR IN OTHER FACILITIES PROVIDED FOR SUCH PURPOSE BY LANDLORD. TENANT SHALL NOT PLACE IN ANY TRASH BOX OR RECEPTACLE ANY MATERIAL WHICH CANNOT BE DISPOSED OF IN THE ORDINARY AND CUSTOMARY MANNER OF TRASH AND GARBAGE DISPOSAL. ALL GARBAGE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL SHALL BE MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTIONS ISSUED FROM TIME TO TIME BY LANDLORD. TENANT WILL COOPERATE WITH ANY RECYCLING PROGRAMAT THE PROJECT. 28. TENANT WILL NOT USE IN THE PREMISES OR COMMON AREA OF THE PROJECT ANY HAND'TRUCK EXCEPT THOSE EQUIPPED WITH RUBBER TIRES AND SIDE GUARDS OR SUCH OTHER MATERIAL-HANDLING EQUIPMENT AS LANDLORD MAY APPROVE. 29. TENANT WILL NOT USE THE NAME OF THE BUILDING OR THE PROJECT IN CONNECTION WITH OR IN PROMOTING OR ADVERTISING THE BUSINESS OF TENANT EXCEPT AS TENANT'S ADDRESS. 30. TENANT WILL COMPLY WITH ALL SAFETY, FIRE PROTECTION AND EVACUATION'PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS ESTABLISHED BY LANDLORD OR ANY GOVERNMENTAL'AGENCY. 31. TENANT'S REQUIREMENTS WILL BE ATTENDED TO ONLY UPON APPROPRIATE APPLICATION TO LANDLORD'S PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OFFICE FOR THE PROJECT BY AN AUTHORIZED INDIVIDUAL.
9 32. TENANT WILL NOT PARK OR PERMIT PARKING IN ANY AREAS DESIGNATED BY LANDLORD FOR PARKING BY VISITORS TO THE PROJECT OR FOR THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF TENANTS OR OTHER OCCUPANTS OF THE PROJECT. ONLY PASSENGER VEHICLES MAY BE PARKED IN THE PARKING AREAS. 33. PARKING STICKERS OR ANY OTHER DEVICE OR FORM OF IDENTIFICATION SUPPLIED BY LANDLORD AS A CONDITION OF USE OF THE PARKING FACILITIES SHALL REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF LANDLORD. SUCH PARKING IDENTIFICATION DEVICE MUST BE DISPLAYED AS REQUESTED AND MAY NOT BE MUTILATED OR OBSTRUCTED IN ANY MANNER. SUCH DEVICES ARE NOT TRANSFERABLE AND ANY DEVICE IN THE POSSESSION OF AN UNAUTHORIZED HOLDER WILL BE VOID. LANDLORD MAY CHARGE A FEE FOR PARKING STICKERS, CARDS OR OTHER PARKING CONTROL DEVICES SUPPLIED BY LANDLORD. 34. NO OVERNIGHT OR EXTENDED TERM PARKING OR STORAGE OF VEHICLES IS PERMITTED. 35. PARKING IS PROHIBITED (A) IN AREAS NOT STRIPED FOR PARKING; (B) IN AISLES; (C) WHERE "NO PARKING" SIGNS ARE POSTED; (D) ON RAMPS; (E) IN CROSS-HATCHED AREAS (IF ANY); (F) IN LOADING AREAS; AND (G) IN SUCH OTHER AREAS AS MAY BE DESIGNATED BY LANDLORD FROM TIME TO TIME. 36. ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE, LOSS OR THEFT TO VEHICLES AND THE CONTENTS THEREOF IS ASSUMED BY THE PERSON PARKING THEIR VEHICLE. 37. TENANT AND/OR EACH USER OF THE PARKING AREA MAY BE REQUIRED TO SIGN A PARKING AGREEMENT, AS A CONDITION TO PARKING, WHICH AGREEMENT MAY PROVIDE FOR THE MANNER OF PAYMENT OF ANY PARKING CHARGES AND OTHER MATTERS NOT INCONSISTENTWITH THIS LEASE AND THESE BUILDING RULES. 38. LANDLORD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE PARKING IDENTIFICATION DEVICES AND PARKING RIGHTS TO TENANT OR ANY OTHER PERSON WHO FAILS TO COMPLY WITH THE BUILDING RULES APPLICABLE TO THE PARKING AREAS. ANY VIOLATION OF SUCH RULE SHALL SUBJECT THE VEHICLETO REMOVAL, AT SUCH PERSON'S EXPENSE. 39. A THIRD PARTY MAY OWN, OPERATE OR CONTROL THE PARKING AREAS, AND SUCH PARTY MAY ENFORCE THESE BUILDING RULES RELATING TO PARKING. TENANT WILL OBEY ANY ADDITIONAL RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING PARKING WHICH MAY BE IMPOSED BY THE PARKING OPERATOR OR ANY OTHER PERSON CONTROLLING THE PARKING AREAS SERVING THE PROJECT. 40. TENANT SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OBSERVANCE OF ALL OF THE BUILDING RULES BY TENANT (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, CLIENTS, CUSTOMERS, INVITEES AND GUESTS). 41. LANDLORD MAY, FROM TIME TO TIME, WAIVE ANY ONE OR MORE OF THESE BUILDING RULES FOR THE BENEFIT OF TENANT OR ANY OTHER TENANT, BUT NO SUCH WAIVER BY LANDLORD SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS A CONTINUING WAIVER OF SUCH BUILDING RULE(S) IN FAVOR OF TENANT OR ANY OTHER TENANT, NOR PREVENT LANDLORD FROM THEREAFTER ENFORCING ANY SUCH BUILDING RULE(S) AGAINST TENANT OR ANY OR ALL OF THE TENANTS OF THE PROJECT. 42. LANDLORD MAY, FROM TIME TO TIME, HOLD, OR PERMIT OTHERS TO HOLD, PRIVATE EVENTS IN THE ATRIUM OF THE BUILDING. TENANT ACKNOWLEDGES THAT TENANT SHALL NOT INTERFERE WITH OR ATTEND, AND SHALL NOT PERMIT OTHERS TO INTERFERE WITH OR ATTEND, ANY SUCH PRIVATE EVENTS WITHOUT INVITATION. 43. THESE BUILDING RULES ARE IN ADDITION TO, AND SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED TO IN ANY WAY MODIFY OR AMEND, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, THE OTHER TERMS, COVENANTS, AGREEMENTS AND CONDITIONS OF THE LEASE. IN THE EVENT OF ANY CONFLICT BETWEEN THESE BUILDING RULES AND ANY EXPRESS TERM OR PROVISION OTHERWISE SET FORTH IN THE LEASE, SUCH OTHER EXPRESS TERM OR PROVISION SHALL BE CONTROLLING.
10 Tenant Contact Information Every tenant should have a Tenant Contact Information Sheet on file with the Property Management Office. The Property Management Office will request updated forms annually. If there are any changes in employment it is the Tenant s responsibility to provide the updated contact information to the Property Management Office. This information is used for sending property wide memos, accounting inquiries and emergency preparedness planning. Tenants can return completed forms to the Property Management Office
11 The Galleria Corporate Centre Tenant Contact Information Sheet In order for us to contact a representative of your company during normal business hours or after hours, we request that you provide us with the names and numbers of individuals properly designated to respond to any issues involving your suite. Please note, for emergency contacts, we will need phone number(s) that they can be reached during the day and on weekends. Tenant Name: Suite: Office Phone#: Fax: Business Days & Hours: Tenant Representative 1: #: Tenant Representative 1 Tenant Representative 2: #: Tenant Representative 2 After Hours Emergency Contact 1: #: After Hours Emergency Contact 2: #: Accounting Contact: #: Accounting Address: Life Safety Coordinator: Life Safety Address: Please fax to: (480) or to
12 MOVE IN/MOVE OUT/DELIVERIES This policy pertains to the delivery and removal of affected goods. The policy applies to all Tenants at The Galleria Corporate Centre and the vendors or suppliers delivering applicable goods to the property. The following guidelines will be strictly enforced by the management of The Galleria Corporate Centre. Please be considerate of your fellow Tenants and arrange for major shipments, deliveries and pick-ups before 7:00 AM or after 5:00 PM. Affected Goods: Any and all large items requiring delivery by means of dolly, rollers, etc., including, but not limited to, furniture, office equipment, computers, etc. (not affected is overnight mail, courier deliveries and office supplies deliveries). Permitted Delivery Times: Large deliveries are permitted before and after-hours work to be completed by 7:00 AM and after 5:00 PM during the weekdays (Monday Friday) and anytime on Saturday and Sunday. Signage: Please complete a signage form for any signage that is being provided by Landlord. Refer to your Lease for information regarding what is covered or provided. Freight Elevator: Both 4343 & 4301 Buildings have freight elevators. Please utilize these elevators when moving items in and out of the buildings. During after-hours, it is possible to reserve an elevator for independent use. To reserve the elevators, please contact the Management Office 24 hours in advance for authorization. Insurance Requirements: Please see the following Certificate of Insurance (COI) form that includes necessary coverage, limits and additional insureds. A current vendor/supplier Certificate of Insurance must be on file at least 48 hours prior to moving in or out naming the following as additionally named insured with proper endorsements: Stockdale Galleria Project Owner, LLC, Stockdale Galleria Land Owners, LLC, Galleria Corporate Centre, c/o Triyar Management of Arizona, Inc. The Certificate Holder should be Stockdale Galleria Project Owner, LLC at 4343 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 180 Scottsdale, AZ Please contact the Management Office (480) before scheduling any work. Work Authorization Forms: A Work Authorization Form ( WAF ) must be completed and submitted to the Management Office 24 hours prior to required access. A WAF is available electronically from the Property Management Office and a template has been included in the Forms Template sleeve at the back of this Handbook. Exceptions: If the items to be delivered may be delivered via garage level access and are to be delivered to a single Tenant floor, permission may be granted to schedule delivery during business hours other than noted above. Specific requests must be made prior to the delivery date for approval to be considered by Management. Move In/Move Out Forms: Please contact the Property Management Office to schedule move in and move out walks as needed. Your understanding and cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated. Please contact the Management Office if there are any questions in reference to this policy.
13 MOVING OUT: HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN ANYTHING? Were the following notified of your move? The Post Office Vendors The Management Office Have arrangements been made for: Discarded items not to be taken Remove personal items Clean the refrigerator Remove the telephones Return rented items (bottled water, office equipment, etc.) Return the keys Obtain all mail not forwarded/file change of address with Post Office Provide restroom access for movers Broom clean the space Final inspection with Building Engineer
14 TENANT SIGNAGE INFORMATION FORM DATE: BUILDING & SUITE: COMPANY NAME: PERSON ORDERING: Directory Strip: Please list below your company name EXACTLY as you would like it to appear on the building directory. Skip one space between words. / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Suite Sign: Please list below your company name EXACTLY as you would like it to appear on your suite door plaque. Skip one space between words. / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Please return the completed form to: Stockdale Management, LLC 4343 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 180 Scottsdale, AZ Phone: (480) Fax: (480)
15 CONTRACTOR RULES & REGULATIONS 1. Before performing any work at Galleria Corporate Centre, Contractor must obtain approval and schedule his/her work with the Building Management Office. General contractors shall supply a list of subcontractors to Security. Work scheduled for Monday-Friday must be approved the day prior to the work and after hours or weekend work should be approved one week prior by the building engineer. Contractor supervision will be maintained at all times. 2. Normal business hours at Galleria Corporate Centre are Monday thru Friday, 7:00 AM to 6:00PM. The Management Office and Tenants must always be notified prior to access into any suites. 3. Any Contractor performing work on any of the following systems shall check in with the Building Engineers at the beginning and end of every work day. a. Fire Alarm b. Fire Sprinkler c. Electrical d. HVAC e. Plumbing f. Roofing g. Air Balance 4. The sidewalks, walkways, building entries, corridors, concourses, ramps, stairwells and elevators shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than ingress and egress to and from the Premises. No bicycle or motorcycle shall be brought into the Building or kept on the premises without the consent of Building Management. 5. All subcontractors and laborers are to utilize the designated freight elevator at all times. If a subcontractor or laborer of your company is caught in any of the passenger elevators, they will be asked to leave the job site. It is important that your subcontractors are advised of this before arriving to the project. The freight elevator is available daily or can be scheduled through a Building Management representative for extended periods if requested in advance. Elevator doors are not to be pried or propped open in any manner. 6. Building Management reserves the right to prescribe the weight, position and manner of installation of building materials and/or other heavy equipment which, if considered necessary by Building Management shall be installed in a manner which shall insure satisfactory weight distribution. Any damage done to the Building by reason of overloading a floor shall be repaired at the expense of Contractor. The time and manner of moving heavy equipment or material shall be subject to prior approval by building Management. 7. Contractor shall use no other method of heating or cooling the premises than that supplied by Building Management. 8. Building Management reserves the right to prohibit any advertising by Contractor which, in reasonable opinion, tends to impair the reputation of the Building or the desirability of its offices. Any such requests must be submitted in writing and approved before implementation. 9. Canvassing, soliciting or peddling in the Building is prohibited and Contractor shall cooperate to prevent same. 10. Contractor shall not bring or permit to be brought or kept in or on the Premises any flammable, combustible, corrosive, caustic, poisonous or explosive fluid, material, chemical or substance, or cause or permit any odors to permeate in or emanate from the premises.
16 11. No boring or cutting through the floors of the Building is permitted without prior written consent of Building Management and without first x-raying the structure to be cut or bored (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld) and as Building Management may reasonably direct. X-rays will be allowed between the hours of 12:00AM to 4:00AM and core drills between the hours of 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM. One week s written notice is requested for both of these items. All cores existing or new must be saved for inspection by Building Management. Contractor supervision will be maintained at all times. 12. Contractor acknowledges that certain paints my cause fumes and odors that are offensive and/or noxious to certain occupants of the building. Therefore, contractor shall take all reasonable steps to avoid the release of such fumes or odors to include: a. Painting after normal business hours. b. Provide fans or other ventilating equipment to properly disburse potentially noxious fumes. 13. Contractor shall give immediate notice to Building Management in case of accidents in the Building or of defects therein or in any fixtures or equipment or of any known emergency in the Building. 14. Contractor shall cooperate fully with Building Management directives upon the occurrence of a Life Safety emergency situation. 15. Building Management reserves the right to challenge Contractor when removal of other than Contractor property from the Building is suspected. 16. No alcohol, illegal drugs or firearms are to be brought into the building by contractor of personnel. 17. No radios for entertainment will be allowed in the building for use by Contractor. 18. The Contractor shall become fully familiar with and shall fully comply with the building security procedures. 19. The Contractor shall confine operators at the site to areas permitted by law, ordinances, permits and the Contract Documents and shall not unreasonably encumber the site with any materials or equipment. 20. The Contractor at all times on a minimum daily basis shall keep the premises free from accumulation of waste materials or rubbish caused by his/her operations. At the completion of Work, contractor shall remove all waste material and rubbish from and about the project as well as all Contractors tools, construction equipment, machinery and surplus materials. 21. If the contractor fails to clean up at the completion of the work, Building Management will arrange for clean-up and charge the Contractor for such cleaning including a service fee. 22. Should the Contractor cause damage to the work or property of Building Management or to other work on the site, the Contractor shall promptly remedy such damage. 23. The Contractor shall promptly correct all work rejected by the Building Management as defective or as falling to conform to the Contract Documents whether observed before or after substantial completion and whether or not fabricated, installed or completed. The Contractor shall bear all costs for correcting such defective work, including compensation for the additional Building Management work made necessary thereby. 24. Any questions regarding the Rules and Regulations or items omitted should be directed to the Building Management Office (480) Contractor shall not perform any cutting, burning or dust generating activities without prior permission.
17 26. Contractor shall not bypass any mechanical or life safety systems without prior notification and permission. 27. Contractor shall provide necessary protection for all existing building finishes including temporary covers such as wood or masonite for floor surfaces when moving heavy loads. 28. Contractor and its employees and/or subcontractors may park ONLY in the areas they are instructed. No guest parking should be utilized unless instructed. 29. Contractor is not to park vehicles in the loading dock without prior permission. 30. Hauling of large quantities of material either into or out of the building will be performed between the hours of 6:00PM to 6:00AM via the freight elevators. Contractor supervision will be maintained at all times.
18 AFTER HOURS After Hours Access You may obtain Access Cards for after-hours building access by notifying the Property Management Office. A deposit or charge may apply. Each employee who is issued an individually-coded access control card will be responsible for turning it in should they no longer remain employed at this facility. Loss of the card should be reported immediately. It is important to notify building management of any change in the use of these cards. Each card number should correspond with the individual using the card. Cards should not be loaned or traded among individuals. If there are any additional questions, please contact the Management Office (480) After-Hours HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) Normal HVAC hours are identified in your lease, and are usually: Monday Friday Saturday Sunday & Holidays 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Provided for a Fee For After Hours, Weekends, or Holiday HVAC: Send a written request to the Management Office within the following timelines: Weekend Service 12:00 noon on preceding Thursday Weekday Evening Service 12:00 noon the day of the service Holiday 48 hours prior to the last business day before the Holiday Specific charges for this service are subject to change but may be stipulated in your lease. There may be an extra hour charge for a warm up period, if needed. If more than one Tenant requests service a prorated charge may apply. All requests must specify the exact hours and dates services are needed.
19 HOUSEKEEPING Janitorial Staff Nightly janitorial services are provided for both the public areas and tenant spaces, Monday through Friday. Please contact the Management Office at (480) if you have any questions, concerns, special requests, etc. Day Staff The Galleria Corporate Centre Management Offices employs a staff of Day Porters for routine cleaning of common areas and for response to emergency tenant issues. They are available from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on business days. Recycling Recycling is greatly encouraged. Desk side bins are provided to each tenant, along with central location bins. Acceptable Recyclables: Newspapers Brown Paper Bags Corrugated Cardboard: remove plastic wrappers and flatten Chipboard: cereal/shoe boxes, remove plastic liners Magazines & Catalogs Phone Books Printing & Writing Paper Junk Mail: envelope windows and labels are ok, remove other non-paper items Other Paper: pamphlets, brochures, file folders, card stock, etc. Plastic (PETE) Bottles: narrow neck, soda, water, etc.; no trays or baskets Plastic (HDPE): milk, water, juice liquid, detergents, shampoo, etc. no hazardous material containers Aluminum Cans Steel/Tin Cans: non-hazardous empty aerosol cans are ok. No other steel Milk Cartons & Drink Boxes Unacceptable Recyclables: Plastic bags or plastic film packaging Any tubes, pails or buckets Food Waste Tissue or gift wrap Pet food bags Newspapers in plastic bags or wrapped in twine Yard trimmings and dirt Blankets, towels, pillows Kitchen utensils Appliances Furniture, draperies Electronics Light bulbs, window glass or ceramics Clothing or shoes Diapers Tarps, hoses Construction materials: lumber, drywall, etc. Books, photographic paper, tapes, CD s Medical supplies: syringes, lancets or sharp objects Glass food and beverage bottles and jars Styrofoam Packing peanuts Auto parts Food service items
20 AMENITIES On-site Car Wash: For details please Café Conmigo: Excerpt from their website: (http://www.mycafeconmigo.com/) At café conmigo we believe that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire crew is committed to meeting those needs. We want your experience at café conmigo to be enjoyable and delicious...and the cafe crew has a fun time making it that way. We welcome the opportunity to earn and keep your patronage. Location: Inside the Galleria Corporate Centre - Atrium 4343 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ t e open Monday through Thursday 7:30am until 2:30pm (serving lunch until 2:00pm) Fridays 7:30AM until 2:00PM (serving lunch until 1:30PM) closed saturday and sunday Valet Parking: Valet parking is provided by Epic Valet. For more information please call (480)
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