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1 Core & Shell Construction Rules and Regulations 1. Protection: During the construction Contractor shall endeavor to protect all areas of work from damage caused by workers, weather or equipment. 2. Permits and Inspections: It will be the contractor s sole responsibility to provide all necessary permits by the City and County prior to the commencement of work. Permits, as required, will be posted in a visible location. It will also be the responsibility of the contractor to ensure that all work is inspected and signed off. 3. Demolition: The following rules and regulations apply: a) The building s trash container is not to be utilized for construction debris. b) Prior approval of vendor and location approval is necessary for the placement of contractor s dumpster. c) In the event any supply ducts are opened up or removed anywhere in the buildings, they must be immediately capped so the system can maintain static pressure. d) Thermostats in the construction area, in many situations, are usually servicing zones in occupied suites and corridors. Therefore, they must not be turned off, removed, capped or remounted in a different location than the drawing identifies. e) All pneumatic lines are to be capped immediately should changes be required. Replacements or additions should be done while lines are tied into the thermostat. f) All doors, frames, lights, side lights, plumbing fixtures, under counter appliances, cabinetry, carpet pieces or any other material permanently fixed to the premises are the property of the building. Arrangements must be made to transport these items to the building s designated storage area or have to be removed from the property at contractor s expense at the direction of Building Management. g) All trash and unused materials should be removed from the building by the contractor as the work progresses and at its completion in accordance with Owner s requirements. Absolutely no construction debris will be permitted to be stored inside or outside

2 of the immediate construction area. Special arrangements for trash removal may be required and must be arranged through the management office. 4. Job Site Cleanliness: All work areas must be left broom clean each evening, including those areas associated with material moving (including loading dock and corridors, etc.). Contractors are to supply their own cleaning equipment and supplies for construction cleanup and are specifically prohibited from utilizing Building janitorial equipment. Contractor is not permitted to obstruct common areas on any floor plate that may be occupied by other tenants. 5. Contractor s Equipment: Contractor and their subcontractors are responsible for the safekeeping of their own equipment, supplies and tools. Neither the Landlord, Tenants nor Management Office will be responsible for any missing items. No tools, supplies, etc. are to be placed outside of the construction area. 6. Common Area Interface: Doors into common area corridors are to remain closed at all times. If an entry door has yet to be installed, a temporary door must be installed to stop dust from entering the public areas. No doors are to be propped open into the common area corridors and must include a mat, which will be placed to wipe dust from shoes before reentering the common area. Contractor is required to install mastic floor protection with an adhesive step surface or like materials / products to protect finished floor surfaces immediately outside of the construction area. Any dust, paint or other debris tracked into corridors must be cleaned up immediately by the contractor and any damage to corridors, elevators or other parts of the building must be repaired at the contractor s expense. Should the contractor, after notification, not correct the situation, it shall be corrected by Building Management at the contractor s sole expense. 7. Radios: No radios, tape players, or like, may be operated within the Premises at any time. 8. Ceiling Work: Electrical, plumbing, cabling, or other services which require access to the ceiling must be performed professionally, neatly and as quickly as possible. If access to a tenant space is required, access to a tenant space is required; access must be requested to Building Management and approved a minimum of 48 hours in advance. If the affected tenant requests security escort, that shall be at the cost of contractor. Fingerprints, dirt, construction debris, etc., are expected to be removed immediately with the area vacuumed and dusted if necessary. Removal and replacement of ceiling tiles must be performed with clean gloves to minimize dirt and finger prints.

3 9. Use of Hazardous Substances: Contractor shall provide management a list describing the material, its use, along with Material Safety and Data Sheets any time hazardous substances are used on the facility. This list is to be turned in to the property manager, prior to the utilization of hazardous substances in conjunction with construction. No propane, kerosene, gasoline or other similar flammable gas or liquid used in construction is permitted on the Premises except when in use and must never be left unattended. Such equipment is to be removed from the Premises when not in use during the off hours or weekends. Absolutely no storage of rags, containers, brushes, etc. is permitted on-site unless planned for use that day. 10. Fumes: No painting, spraying, staining or other work which involves noxious fumes is permitted during common working hours of the Building (Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 6:00 pm). Arrangements for special ventilation should be made with the management office. The contractor will be required to pay the cost of all after hours service. 11. Smoke Detection System Requirement: When spraying paint, sanding or performing any other work that may involve an appreciable amount of dust, the Building s Engineering and Management must be notified 24 hours in advance so that the fire alarm/smoke detection system and the ventilation system may be taken off-line and cleaned at contractor s expense. The contractor will also be required to pay the costs associated with taking the system off line after normal business hours and weekends. 12. Fire and Life Safety Systems: Contractor and all associated subcontractors must ensure with the building engineer and management that the fire system is taken off-line, if necessary, before the commencement of work. The cost of all false alarms will be charged back to the contractor. Repeat offenders will be removed from the approved contractor list and no longer be permitted access to the Premises. Fire equipment should be considered and reviewed with the Building Management and Engineering before starting the work (including smoke detectors, flow switches and sprinkler lines, pull stations, fire dampers, return air duct detectors, etc.). Engineering and/or the Manager can be contacted through the lobby desk. All testing of audible alarms must be done before or after normal business hours and coordinated with Building Management and Engineering. A contract between the General Contractor and the Building s designated electrical contractor is required for final connections to the main fire annunciator equipment in the lobby fire command center. 13. Alarm System Modification:.Any change to the existing Building fire alarm system, including but not limited to relocation of horns, speakers, magnetic hold opens, card access system interface, etc., must be approved by Building Management and coordinated with Building

4 Engineering. Any and all work on these systems must be performed by the Building s designated contractor on the attached list, specifically licenses to make changes in the existing system. All costs associated with modifications are to be made a part of the general contractor s overall budget and the designated contractor, identified by the Building Engineer, shall become an additional subcontractor to the general contractor. 14. Core Drilling: All core drilling must be reviewed and approved by Building Management. All x-rays must be completed for any core drilling of concrete floor slabs and both the x-ray and core drill must be completed after mid-night and with prior Building Management approval. Core drilling is not allowed during regular business hours and all require an x-ray verification that no structural or electrical systems will be cut or damaged by the proposed core drilling. 15. Building Systems Interruptions: Any shut-down of any portion of a building system such as electrical circuits, plumbing lines, etc., must be done outside of regular business hours and must be scheduled in advance with Building Management or Engineering. 16. Mechanical / Electrical Inspection: The contractor is to schedule an inspection with Building Engineering once all mechanical and electrical work is completed and before the ceiling is closed in. Any additional visits, which may be necessary after the first visit, will be at the sole cost of contractor. 17. Door Locks: All Tenant interior and exterior door locks must match the Building master system. Therefore, all keying requirements and installations must be coordinated through Building Engineering or Management. 18. Daily walk-through: Contractor should expect and anticipate that, at a minimum, once each day, a representative from the Building s Management or Engineering will walk the Premises in order to address construction progress, assure compliance with the Rules and/or inform the general contractor of any special circumstances that may impact the construction in progress. 19. Disturbance to the Normal Course of Business: Any project or operation causing a potential disturbance to the other tenants, such as but not limited to demolition, core drilling, ramset guns, the installation of tackless strip, etc., would typically only be permitted during non-business hours and must be scheduled in advance with Building Management. 20. Supervision, Labor, Material and Equipment: The contractor will furnish all supervision. The contractor will furnish all labor, material, supplies and equipment necessary to perform all the contracted services in a timely and

5 safe manner. No contractor may use building equipment at any time. All materials are to be stored in a designated area and/or within the tenant s premises only and shall not obstruct the janitorial or building maintenance staff from performing routine cleaning or maintenance tasks. 21. Janitor Closets: Janitor sinks are provided in the janitorial closets and this is the only water source available to contractor and subcontractors. No hazardous or potentially damaging waste may be poured into the janitor sink. Access to janitorial closets can be obtained through Building Management. These doors are not to be propped open and no materials may be stored in this area. 22. Signage: No sign, placard, picture, name, advertisement or notice visible from the exterior or the Premises will be inscribed, painted, affixed or otherwise displayed by Tenant or contractor in any part of the Building or Premises without the prior written consent of Building Management. In the event of the violation of this rule by Tenant or contractor, Building Management may remove the violating items without any liability and may charge the expense incurred by such removal to the Tenant or contractors violating this rule. 23. Changes: Contractor shall not make changes or incur additional costs without the written approval of the Owner prior to performing the work. The Contractor shall not bill or be entitled to any Change Orders that have not been approved in writing. 24. Tenant Access: Contractor shall allow Tenant and it s contractors/vendors access to the workspace upon approval of the Owner. Contractor shall allow concurrent work activities by Tenant in their space upon written direction by the Owner. 25. Construction Draws: All monthly draws shall be submitted by the 1st th business day of each month. Each draw shall include an AIA 702/703 Schedule of values, the prior month unconditional lien waivers and the current month conditional lien waivers. The contractor will schedule with the Owner a walk of the jobsite to inspect the work and progress. The Owner reserves the right to revise the draw based on actual completion or deficiencies in the work. 26. Contractor Personnel: The Contractor shall not change the Project Manager; Kevin Mahoney or the Project Superintendent; Vaughn Gallagher without the written approval of the Owner. 27. Contractor Relations: Contractor and its Subcontractors/Vendors shall conduct themselves at all times in a professional and courteous manner with BUilding Tenant s, all other Contractors and the Public at all times.

6 28. These rules are subject to change and may be modified by Building Management at any time in order to protect the interests of the Buildings and the Owner.

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