IKO Industries ltd. SBS Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing Section 07 52 16
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This section is intended for a mechanically fastened base sheet with heat welded cap sheet (“Fast-N-Weld”) SBS modified bituminous membrane roofing system. It is applied on metal deck. Delete items not relevant to substrate type if not applicable to Project.
Read and conform to:
The General Conditions of the Contract [CCDC 2, 2008] [CCDC ??, YEAR].
Section 00 73 10, Supplementary Conditions.
Comply with Division 1 requirements and documents referred to herein.
Section Includes: Provide SBS modified bituminous membrane roofing system including but not limited to following:
Delete items below not applicable for this project.
surface preparation including:
Removal of existing roof or portion of existing roof system.
Cleaning of substrate.
SBS modified bituminous base sheet.
Select 1 of the following 2 cap sheets. Use fire rated cap sheets for Class A rating requirements.
SBS modified bituminous cap sheet.
Fire rated SBS modified bituminous cap sheet.
Expansion joint system.
Integration of new roof into existing adjoining roof system.
Products installed but not supplied under this Section:
Related Sections: Following description of work is included for reference only and not presumed complete:
Following 5 paragraphs are related to LEED® requirements, delete if project is not to be a LEED® project.
Submittal forms required to be submitted by this Section: Section 00 62 00, Certificates and Other Forms.
Provision of general LEED® requirements: Section 01 33 29, General LEED® Requirements.
Provision of general LEED® Product requirements: Section 01 62 13, LEED® Product Requirements.
Waste management and disposal requirements: Section 01 74 19, Waste Management and Disposal.
Provision of indoor air quality requirements: Section 01 81 19, Indoor Air Quality Requirements.
[Stripping of existing roofing membrane system] [and/or] [cutting of existing roof slabs]: Section 02 41 00, Demolition and Salvage.
Reglets, through wall flashing and air/vapour barrier installation: Section 04 20 00, Masonry Units.
Provision of metal decking: Section 05 31 00, Steel Deck.
Supply of wood cant strips and other blocking: Section 06 10 00, Rough Carpentry.
Supply of prepainted flashing: [Section 07 46 19, Metal Siding System] [Section 07 62 00, Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim] [Insert cladding system providing prepainted flashing].
Provision of roof hatches and accessories: Section 07 72 00, Roof Accessories.
Sealants other than those required for roof system: Section 07 92 00, Joint Sealants.
Abbreviations and Acronyms:
AWPA: American Wood Protection Association; www.awpa.com.
CCA: Chromated copper arsenate (preservative)
CRCA: Canadian Roofing Contractors’ Association; www.roofingcanada.com.
EVT: Equiviscous Temperature.
FBT: Finish Blowing Temperature.
FM: Factory Mutual Global; www.fmglobal.com.
FP: Flash Point.
Following 2 paragraphs are related to LEED requirements. Delete if not required.
FSC: Forest Stewardship Council; www.fsccanada.org.
LEED: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design; www.cagbc.org.
LTTR: Long Term Thermal Resistance.
MSDS: Material Safety Data Sheets.
OIRCA: Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors Association; www.ontarioroofing.com.
SMACNA: Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association; www.smacna.org.
ULC: Underwriters Laboratories of Canada; www.ulc.ca.
Following paragraph is related to LEED requirements. Delete if not required.
VOC: Volatile Organic Compound.
Roofing Terminology: Refer to ASTM D1079 and glossary as dictated by CRCA Manual.
Phased Construction: Layered installation in which each component of cross section of roof system are not completed in a specific roof area during a 1 day work period. This type of construction is NOT acceptable to roof system manufacturer.
ASTM D92-05a - Standard Test Method for Flash ad Fire Points by Cleveland Open Cup
ASTM D1079-08a - Standard Terminology Relating to Roofing and Waterproofing
AWPA P5-07 - Standard for Waterborne Preservatives
CGSB 37-GP-9Ma - Primer, Asphalt, Unfilled, for Asphalt Roofing, Dampproofing and Waterproofing
CGSB 37-GP-56M - Membrane, Modified, Bituminous, Prefabricated, and Reinforced for Roofing
CAN/CGSB-51.33-M89 - Vapour Barrier Sheet, Excluding Polyethylene, for Use in Building Construction
CSA A123.4-04(08) - Asphalt for Constructing Built-Up Roof Coverings and Waterproofing Systems
CSA O80.1-M08 - Specification of Treated Wood
FM 4470-86 - Approval Standard for Class 1 Roof Covers
CAN/ULC-S107-03 - Methods of Fire Tests of Roof Coverings
CAN/ULC-S126-06 - Standard Method of Test for Fire Spread Under Roof- Deck Assemblies
CAN/ULC-S704-03 - Standard for Thermal Insulation, Polyurethane and Polyisocyanurate Boards, Faced
CAN/ULC-S770-00 - Determination of Long-Term Thermal Resistance of Closed-Cell Thermal Insulating Foams
Prior to start-up and during work, review conditions of space below to ensure conflicts and/or altercations are kept to a minimum.
Work deemed disruptive to overall Project shall be cleared by Contractor and Owner in advance.
Arrange preinstallation meeting 1 week prior to commencing work with parties associated with trade as designated in Contract Documents or as requested by Consultant. Presided over by Contractor, include Consultant who may attend, Subcontractor performing work of this trade, Owner’s representative, manufacturer’s representative, testing company's representative and consultants of applicable discipline. Contact Consultant and involved parties minimum 2 weeks prior to preinstallation meeting to confirm details of meeting.
Record discussions of conference, decisions, agreements or conflicts reached and furnish a copy to involved parties. Review preparations and installation procedures and coordinate scheduling required for work of this Section.
Review methods and procedures related to roofing including following:
Tour, inspect and discuss conditions and coordination of substrate, roof drains, locations of roof drains, curbs, penetrations and other work performed by trades impacting this Section.
Examine deck substrate conditions and finishes for compliance. Review structural loading limits of deck and inspect deck for loss of flatness and for required mechanical fastening.
Review methods and procedures related to roofing installation, including manufacturer’s written instructions.
Review roofing system requirements (Drawings, Specifications and other documents).
Review required submittals.
Review and finalize construction schedules related to roofing work and verify availability of materials, installer’s personnel, equipment and facilities needed to make progress and avoid delays.
Review required inspections, testing, certifying and material usage accounting procedures.
Review weather and forecasted weather conditions, and procedures for coping with unfavorable conditions, including possibility of temporary roofing.
Review structural loading limitations of roof deck for stocking roofing materials.
Review flashing details, roof drainage and other conditions that will affect roofing systems.
Review fire hazard assessment of work prior to commencement of heat welding.
Review temporary protection requirements for roofing system during and after installation.
Review roof observation and repair procedures after roofing installation.
Co-operate with adjoining subtrades and promptly proceed with work as soon as site conditions permit.
Ensure items to be incorporated into work of this Section and items required for incorporation by other subtrades are supplied in a timely manner. Proceed with work of this Section after built-in items are installed and roof substrates are completed.
Provide 2 copies of each submittal unless otherwise noted in Specifications.
Product Data: Submit Product data on components of roof system including but not limited to:
Each Product to be used, composition of material and method of installation.
Certification of compliance with applicable standards and authorities having jurisdiction.
Shop Drawings: Submit Shop Drawings as required showing method of installation and layout of each layer, roof edge condition details, roof penetration flashing details, control and expansion joint details, standard roof sections, connection to air barrier in wall, details of insulation, tapered insulation layouts, vapour retarder [and sheathing securement details] and other details required for proper roof system installation not specified in, or are different from Specifications and Drawings.
Samples: Provide following samples of manufacturer’s roofing system components prior to commencement of work in this Section:
Insulation 300 mm x 300 mm (12” x 12”) square.
Roof membrane 300 mm (12” x 12”) square.
Metal flashing material 300 mm (12”) long.
Test and Evaluation Reports:
If requested, provide Product test reports based on evaluation of comprehensive test performed by manufacturer and witnessed by a qualified independent testing agency for components for roofing system.
Indicate components of roofing system comply with requirements of manufacturer and these Specifications including quantity, statistical and descriptive data for each Product and other data pertaining to date, time and temperature for each load of bulk asphalt.
Manufacturer’s Instructions: Submit manufacturer’s installation instructions prior to installation of roofing system for use during installation.
Provide a certificate or letter of authorization issued by roofing system manufacturer stating Contractor is registered, approved, authorized or licensed by roof system manufacturer to apply their Products and furnish manufacturer’s warranties if required.
Ensure Contractor is a member in good standing of CRCA.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Supply necessary maintenance data and repair instructions for binding into maintenance manuals. Data includes: Project name, location, dated and executed copy of manufacturer’s warranty, described herein and name address and phone number of nearest manufacturer’s representative. Include recommendations for periodic inspections, care and maintenance. Identify common causes of damage with instructions for temporary patching until permanent repair can be made.
Use following for Sections requiring LEED® Credit MR 5.1 and MR 5.2.
Materials & Resources LEED® Credits MR 5: Regional Materials: Provide Product data indicating location of material manufacturer for regionally manufactured materials. Ensure Contractor and/or Subcontractors provide following completed forms appended to Section 00 62 00 in accordance with Section 01 62 13:
Submit Recycled and Regional Content Form.
Use following for Sections requiring LEED® Credit MR 7.
Materials & Resources LEED® Credit MR 7: Certified Wood: Provide signed of chain-of-custody certificates from applicable parties, including but not limited to timber mills, manufacturers and distributors certifying materials and Products specified are made from certified wood obtained from forests certified by a FSC accredited certification body. Ensure Contractor and/or Subcontractors provide following completed forms appended to Section 00 62 00 in accordance with Section 01 62 13:
Submit FSC Certified Wood Content Form.
Submit Rapidly Renewable Content Form.
Use following for Sections requiring LEED® Credit EQ 4.1.
Indoor Environmental Quality LEED® Credit EQ 4.1: Low-Emitting Materials: Adhesives & Sealants: Provide manufacturers’ Product data for adhesives and sealants, including printed statement of VOC content and MSDS comply with SCAQMD Rule #1168. Ensure Contractor and/or Subcontractors provide following completed forms appended to Section 00 62 00 in accordance with Section 01 81 19:
Submit Product VOC Identification Form.
Use following for Sections requiring LEED® Credit EQ 4.4.
Indoor Environmental Quality LEED® Credit EQ 4.4: Low-Emitting Materials: Composite Wood and Laminate Adhesives: Provide manufacturers’ Product data for wood composite and laminate adhesives, including printed statement of VOC content and MSDS stating materials and Products do not contain urea-formaldehyde. Ensure Contractor and/or Subcontractors provide following completed forms appended to Section 00 62 00 in accordance with Section 01 81 19:
Submit No-Added Urea-Formaldehyde Form.
Manufacturers: Company to be recognized by membrane manufacturer as being qualified to install their roofing systems.
Provide work of this Section executed by competent installers with minimum 10 years’ experience in application of Products, systems and assemblies specified and with approval and training of Product manufacturers.
Provide a competent project foreman with minimum 5 years’ experience in supervision of roofing system installation, knowledgeable in roofing type specified herein. Ensure foreman is present at job site during majority of work hours and is accessible to ensure good project coordination.
Do not alter foreman or crew without prior approval of Consultant.
Foreman to monitor weather conditions and take steps to ensure appropriate measures are implemented due to inclement conditions and to protect materials equipment and work to date.
Conform to CRCA’s “Roofing Specifications - 1997” manual as amended to date of this Specification, as applicable, except where indicated or specified otherwise. Do roofing work employing roofing Products, [roof sheathing,] plates and fasteners conforming to FM data for proposed roofing system. More stringent requirements by Consultant governs.
Mock-Ups: Construct for review, minimum 10 m2 (100 sq ft) mock-up sample at Project location designated by Consultant. Once accepted, mock-up remains part of finished work and used as a quality reference standard for balance of Project.