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SECTION 14200 – ELEVATORS/WHEELCHAIR LIFTS

PART 1 - GENERAL



1.1 RELATED SECTIONS:
Refer to the General Design Guidelines section for the requirements relating to accessibility for disabled persons.
1.2 SCOPE OF SECTION:
This section contains the requirements for passenger and freight elevators of all types including cars, entrances, controls, safety equipment, hoistway equipment, and elevator machinery. Also included are wheelchair lifts and related equipment.
1.3 ELEVATORS:
A. CODE:
All relevant code requirements, including provisions for handicapped and ADA, shall be complied with.
B. INSTALLATION:
Elevator shall be installed by the manufacturer.
C. SPECIAL FEATURES:


  1. Lighted, ADA tactile vandal-proof buttons.




  1. Directional lantern mounted in door jamb.




  1. Textured Stainless Steel interior finish - laminated plastic is not

acceptable.


  1. Rubber tile on floor - carpet is not acceptable.




  1. "HOLD OPEN" button.




  1. Fireman's Recall feature must be compatible with the building Fire Alarm system.




  1. Elevators shall have a non-slip metal deck if there is likelihood that wet or dripping freight will be transported in the elevator.




  1. All elevators shall be equipped with automatic leveling devices.



  1. COMMUNICATIONS:




      1. All elevator cars, passenger and freight, installed at the East Carolina University are equipped with a vandal-resistant ADA compliant telephone. Each elevator phone or unit is connected to the Emergency ring down number to University Police department i.e. ECU Police Department (Main Campus) or Brody Public Safety (Health Sciences Campus). The system provides instant identification of the elevator in trouble when the elevator phone is activated and is monitored 24 hours a day. The building Contractor is responsible for ensuring that each new passenger and freight elevator is equipped with such a unit and that it is energized and operating, prior to final inspection. The Contractor shall contact East Carolina University Telecommunications office for ordering the special circuits to the elevator control room for each new elevator.




      1. There are several manufacturers of these vandal-resistant units; however, all the units shall comply with the following:




        1. The unit shall not have a handset. The unit shall operate as a hands free speakerphone, activated by depressing a button on the unit. The unit shall not have any visible wires and shall be rugged in design.




        1. The unit shall be ADA compliant with light signal and Braille.




        1. The unit is designed to be mounted inside the elevator car telephone compartment.




        1. The unit shall not have auto dial capability. The emergency elevator system provides ring down when the unit is activated.




        1. The unit shall have an automatic three (3) minute disconnect.




        1. The unit shall be designed to operate on Centrex or residential type telephone service lines (2-wire, loop start).




  1. SUBMITTALS:

1. Submittals shall include (3 sets) as-built wiring diagram, block diagram, and diagnostic data, along with complete service manuals.




      1. Provide one computer diagnostic test device, if applicable.



  1. ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS:

Acceptable manufacturers must have sales, service, and technical support available in Eastern North Carolina. In order for the University to maintain an independent service contractor, specifications shall be non-proprietary equivalent to Motion Control Engineering, including, but not limited to, software, tools, manuals, interfaces, etc. Use of programming tools exclusively owned shall be non-restricted.





  1. SERVICE CONTRACT:

The elevator contractor will provide full maintenance and warranty service from the time of acceptance of the project for the duration of the 12 month warranty. This service will include preventive maintenance (4 hours minimum per unit per month documented by completion of ECU preventive maintenance work orders issued for the equipment), warranty repairs, emergency callback (24 hours 7 days, 1 hour response except trap calls will be 30 minutes), adjustments and testing required by ANSI A17.1 at the end of the warranty period. Excluded is vandalism (clearly described and shown to the appropriate ECU maintenance office at it’s discovery). This work will be documented by ECU work orders or elevator contractor’s service reports which will clearly indicate the work done, date, time, etc., with a copy left with the appropriate maintenance office.


If the elevator contractor does not respond within the specified time requirements or in case of emergency conditions, ECU reserves the right to take action at the expense of the elevator contractor. Such actions will not affect existing specified warranty requirements.


  1. CERTIFICATION:

Original copy of the Certificates of Operation from the State of North Carolina Department of Labor, Elevator Division shall be mounted in the elevator cab unless specified otherwise by the Project Manager.




  1. TRAINING FOR UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL:

The Contractor must provide 4 hours of training, contained in one session, to University maintenance personnel and current service contract personnel on the proper operation and maintenance of the installation.


1.4 HANDICAPPED (WHEELCHAIR) LIFTS:
A. CODE:
All relevant code requirements, including provisions for handicapped, shall be complied with.

B. INSTALLATION:


Installation shall be by a manufacturer’s certified representative.
C. SPECIAL FEATURES:
The following features are required:
1. 12 month warranty

2. Non-skid floor

3. No key switch operation for equipment used inside

4. Vandal-proof controls


D. SUBMITTALS:
The following submittals are required at, or prior, to Final Completion and Acceptance by the University:
1. As-built wiring diagrams (3 sets)

2. Parts list

3. Service manuals (3 sets)

4. Computer diagnostic tool (if required)




  1. ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS:

Acceptable manufacturers must have sales, service, and technical support available in Eastern North Carolina. In order for the University to maintain an independent service contractor, specifications shall be non-proprietary equivalent to Motion Control Engineering, including, but not limited to, software, tools, manuals, interfaces, etc. Use of programming tools shall be non-restricted.


F. SERVICE CONTRACT:
The chair lift contractor will provide full maintenance and warranty service from the time of acceptance of the project for the duration of the 12 month warranty. This service will include preventive maintenance (4 hours minimum per unit per month documented by completion of ECU preventive maintenance work orders issued for the equipment), warranty repairs, emergency callback (24 hours 7 days, 1 hour response except trap calls will be 30 minutes), adjustments and testing required by ANSI A17.1 at the end of the warranty period. Excluded is vandalism (clearly described and shown to the appropriate ECU maintenance office at it’s discovery). This work will be documented by ECU work orders or elevator contractor’s service reports which will clearly indicate the work done, date, time, etc., with a copy left with the appropriate maintenance office.
If the chair lift contractor does not respond within the specified time requirements or in case of emergency conditions, ECU reserves the right to take action at the expense of the elevator contractor. Such actions will not affect existing specified warranty requirements.
G. CERTIFICATION:
Placement and mounting of the original copy of the Certificates of Operation from the State of North Carolina Department of Labor, Elevator Division shall be specified by the Project Manager.
H. TRAINING FOR UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL:
The Contractor must provide 4 hours of training, contained in one session, to University maintenance personnel and current service contract personnel on the proper operation and maintenance of the installation.


END OF SECTION





East Carolina University

Construction Standards



Date of Issue: 04/15/02

Supersedes: 06/15/01



Section 14200

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