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EXECUTION AND CLOSEOUT REQUIREMENTS
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Substantial Completion: The following are prerequisites to substantial completion. Provide the following.
Punch list prepared by Contractor and subcontractors as applicable.
Start-up and testing of building systems.
Final Acceptance: Provide the following prerequisites to final acceptance.
Final payment request with supporting affidavits.
As-Built Drawings: Provide a marked-up set of drawings including changes, which occurred during construction.
Project Closeout: Provide the following during project closeout.
Submission of record documents.
Submission of maintenance manuals.
Training and turnover to Owner's personnel.
Final cleaning and touch-up.
Removal of temporary facilities.
PART 2 PRODUCTS - Not applicable to this Section
Cutting and Patching: Provide cutting and patching work to properly complete the work of the project, complying with project requirements for:
Visual requirements, including detailing and tolerances.
Operational and safety limitations.
Fire resistance ratings.
Inspection, preparation, and performance.
Means and Methods: Do not cut and patch in a manner that would result in a failure of the work to perform as intended, decrease energy performance, increase maintenance, decrease operational life, or decrease safety performance.
Inspection: Inspect conditions prior to work to identify scope and type of work required. Protect adjacent work. Notify Owner of work requiring interruption to building services or Owner's operations.
Performance of Operations: Perform work with workmen skilled in the trades involved. Prepare sample area of each type of work for approval.
Cutting: Use cutting tools, not chopping tools. Make neat holes. Minimize damage to adjacent work. Inspect for concealed utilities and structure before cutting.
Patching: Make patches, seams, and joints durable and inconspicuous. Comply with tolerances for new work.
Cleaning: Clean work area and areas affected by cutting and patching operations.
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