One Grand Central Place
Tenant Alterations


Tenant Responsibilities
General Rules
Access Control for Construction Workers
Fire Alarm
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning
HVAC-Piping and Duct Insulation
Insurance Requirements
Trash Receptacle Areas
General Notes

Tenant Responsibilities

NOTE - In the event of any conflict between the terms of this Document and the terms of the Lease, the terms of the Lease shall govern.

  • Tenant shall forward copies of all addenda (and all other revisions which may occur subsequent to the letting of their contract) to the Landlord for their review and approval. Landlord reserves the right to review and, when justified, reject substitutions, which may be considered during the course of work. Please keep Landlord apprised of all substitutions.
  • Tenant will make no alterations, decorations, installations, repairs, additions, improvements or replacements (which are hereinafter called "Alterations" and which are the Alterations referred to in the lease) in, to or about the Premises except in compliance with the Lease.
  • Prior to commencement of any Alterations, Tenant shall submit to Landlord's approval all required items described in Paragraph 1, 2 hereof. (Reference paragraph 7 in addition to 1 and 2)
  • Tenant shall ensure that the proposed Alterations comply with the Administrative Code of The City of New York and all other law, ordinances, rules and regulations promulgated by all governmental agencies and bodies having jurisdiction over such Alterations, including, without limitation, the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Note that all interior finishes must comply with the NYCB Code with respect to flame spread, smoke development and toxicity. Tenant shall provide the Landlord with evidence of such compliance for all specified tenant finishes.
  • Tenant and Tenant's Contractors shall comply with the Landlord's rules and regulations regarding work in the building including the hours of availability of the building elevators and the manner of handling materials, equipment and debris to be avoid conflict and interference with building operations.
  • In connection with Alterations for which Tenant is required to submit plans to Landlord pursuant to the expressed terms of the Lease, Tenant to submit, to Landlord, the following information for Landlord's review and approval (which approval shall be granted or withheld in accordance with the expressed provisions of the Lease) prior to commencement of any Alterations, which, in connection with Tenant's Work to prepare the Premises for Tenant's initial occupancy thereof, may be submitted in phases, Landlord's review and approval period will not commence until the Landlord is in receipt of the following items, as one complete package:
    • Letter of Intent to perform construction. Letter to include a brief description of the proposed Alterations, Tenant contact, complete list of proposed contractors and work schedule.
    • Four (4) sets of design drawings and specifications noting full scope of work involved in performing such Alterations. All drawings must be signed and sealed by Tenant's Registered Architect or Professional Engineer Licensed to conduct business in the State of New York. Part plan drawings will not be acceptable. Tenant to provide CADD 2000 files of all drawings.
  • All temporary security and fire safety provisions are subject to the review and approval of the Landlord.
  • No work is permitted to commence until a work permit is obtained and the required Insurance Certificate from the General Contractor and Sub-Contractors are on file with Landlord. See Section on Insurance for specific requirements.
  • Prior to work commencement, a logistic plan and a site safety plan must be submitted for review and approval by Landlord.
  • Prior to commencement of Alterations, Tenant to submit to Landlord the following:
    • A letter or revised drawings addressing Landlord's comments, if any.
    • Approved New York City Building Department filing applications, drawings and all work permits.
      A list of all contractors and subcontractors who will perform the Alterations (subject to change and supplementation in accordance with the applicable provisions of the lease).
    • A work schedule noting duration of work.
  • A letter from Tenants Registered Architect or Professional Engineer stating that their design and scope of work complied with all applicable codes, and local laws, specially noting Local Laws 16/84, 58/87, and 5/73 to the extent they pertain to the premises. This letter must be signed and include their professional seal.
  • All perforated and stamped building Department applications, perforated plans and building permits must be on file with the Tenant's Contractor prior to starting work.
  • Any damage caused by Construction work shall be repaired by Tenant. If Tenant fails to make such repairs in a timely manner, Landlord may carry out such repair work and charge Tenant the cost thereof.
  • The Landlord has the right to stop all work not in compliance with plans approved by Landlord.
  • Landlord reserves the right to uncover work, which they suspect is not consistent with plans approved by the Landlord, is not compliant with the Code(s) or is inconsistent with other lease-related agreements.
  • The Landlord may, at their discretion, compile a punch list addressing incomplete items of the tenant work. The contractor shall respond to the Landlord's punch list with the same diligence required of the Tenant.
  • The following controlled inspections must be contracted directly by the Tenant by a Testing Inspection Agency approved by the Landlord:
    • Fire Stopping
    • Spray-On Fireproofing
    • Welding and High Strength Bolts
    • All Concrete work
    • Special Inspection deemed necessary by Tenant Documents
  • Upon completion of alterations, Tenants to submit to Landlord, in a timely manner, the following:
    • All sign-off documents, which pertain to work, filed from agencies having jurisdiction.
    • As built drawings.
    • A properly executed Air Balance Report, signed by a Professional Engineer.
    • Tenant to provide a CADD 2000 files of all drawings.
  • Building Standard Requirements:
    • All structural or floor loading requirements, mechanical (HVAC), plumbing, sprinkler, electrical, fire alarm and elevator requirements of any proposed Tenant installation shall be subject to the prior approval of Landlord's consultant (which approval shall be granted or withheld in accordance with the express provisions of the Lease).
    • All demolition performed by or on behalf of Tenant (other than demolition that is to be performed by Landlord in accordance with the terms of the Lease) shall be supervised by Landlord's representative at Tenant's expense (which shall constitute Landlord's actual, reasonable out-of pocket expense).
    • Elevator Service for construction work shall be charged to Tenant in accordance with the applicable provisions. Prior arrangements for elevator use shall be made with Landlord by Tenant. No Material or equipment shall be carried under or on top of elevators without the expressed written permission of the Landlord. If workmen (including, without limitation, Operating Engineers and Personnel Carriers), are required by any union regulations (or to maintain a harmonious job site) for material or personnel hoisting, such workmen shall be paid for by Tenant.
    • Shutdown of any mechanical or electrical risers are required in connection with Alterations, such shutdown shall be performed by Landlord's contractors at Tenant's expense or, at Landlord's option, supervised by Landlord's representative at Tenant's expense; provided however, that in either case, the amount payable by Tenant to Landlord shall constitute Landlord's actual, reasonable out-of- pocket cost in connection therewith. All shutdowns must be on overtime.
  • Tenant's contractor shall:
    • have a superintendent or Foreman on the premises at all times.
    • police the job at all times, continually keeping the Premises orderly; protection and maintenance, cleaning and rubbish removal will be the Tenant's responsibility;
    • maintain cleanliness and protection of all areas, including elevators and lobbies;
    • protect the front and top of all peripheral HVAC units and thoroughly clean them at the completion of work;
    • block off supply and return grills, diffusers and ducts to keep dust from entering into the Building air conditioning system;
    • protect all Class "E" fire alarm devices and wiring; and
    • avoid the disturbance of other Tenants.
  • If any part of Tenant's Alterations is not per Tenant plans and specifications as approved by owner, Tenant shall be charged for the actual, reasonable out-of pocket cost of corrective work done by Landlord's personnel or contractors engaged for such purpose by Landlord, provided that, except in the case of an emergency, Landlord gives Tenant notice and a reasonable opportunity to cure before proceeding with such active work.
  • The Tenant will be responsible for keeping, on Premises, a copy of all required Building Department approved applications, drawings, permits, and a sign-off during and after completion of construction and shall deliver same to landlord at the expiration of lease.
  • The following penalty will be assessed to all Tenants that do not submit Building Department sign-offs within a year of completion of any Alterations (unless such failure results from (i) a failure of the Building Department to issue such sign-offs despite such Tenant having made all required submissions or (ii) the act or omission of any party other than Tenant or Tenant's agents, contractors, subcontractors, employees or consultants, which act or omission is beyond Tenant's reasonable control):
    • Future Building Department documents that required Landlord's signature will not be signed nor will be allowed to commence until complete submission of all required past Building Department documents have been received.
  • The attachment of any work to Building window mullions, HVAC enclosures, window heads, will not be permitted.
  • Electrical wire mold will not be permitted without written approval from Landlord.
  • Chasing of structural slab or Building masonry wall will not be permitted unless special consent is given by Landlord.
  • All valves or equipment controlling Tenant systems must be tagged and identified
  • No exposed piping of any kind will be permitted.
  • Any signage, window dressing, or tenant décor visible from the outside of the premises must receive written approval from Landlord prior to installation. No paper signs will be permitted.
  • Copies of all final (approved) controlled inspection certificates shall be furnished to the Landlord prior to occupancy of the tenant space.
  • Copies of all approved equipment use permits shall be forwarded to the Landlord prior to occupancy of the tenant space.
  • Upon completion of the work, the tenants will provide the Landlord with one set of complete "As-Built" drawings for all trades. One copy of "As-Built" specifications shall also be provided and in Auto Cad.
  • The Landlord shall be provided with duplicate sets of all operating and maintenance manuals, guarantees and warranties.
  • The Tenant may not occupy any portion of the space without prior written consent by the Landlord.
  • Tenant occupancy of the space will be subject to approval of the Landlord, Department of Buildings, and other governing agencies, and will, among other things be contingent upon sign-off of all Controlled Inspections required for the project.

General Rules

  • Logistics Plan required before work.
  • All work must be performed in a first-class manner. No waiver of responsibility for incomplete, inadequate or defective adjoining work will be considered.
  • Normal loading dock operating hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm. All other times are considered overtime for which there will be a charge and requests for use must be in writing to the Building Office with 48 hours advance notice.
  • No work will be performed after normal business hours without prior authorization from the Landlord. [Cost for additional security and building engineers will be charged to the Tenant, on an hourly basis.]
  • All large deliveries of material or equipment to the building must be brought to the attention of Landlord in advance of delivery date and scheduled via Workspeed at least 24 Hours in advance.
  • Construction personnel must use only Freight Elevator at all times.
  • Any construction activity, which causes excessive noise, must be performed prior to 8:00 am or after 6:00 pm unless otherwise authorized by Landlord. A minimum of 48 hours notice is required.
  • Tenant/Tenant's CM must contact Landlord and receive approval prior to the commencement of work requiring the shutdown of any building system.
  • Contractors shall in no case carry out work which will affect the Building's utility system, including, but not limited to, electrical main feeds, panels and risers, plumbing, water and waste run outs, mains, telephone, Local Law 5 lines, main security lines, hot or cold water riser run outs, main air supply ducts or plenums without notifying Landlord and obtaining Landlord’s prior approval. Any work in the vicinity of such utilities or line shall be carried out to avoid damage. Any such damage must be reported to Landlord at once.
  • No existing sprinkler, standpipes, or fire alarms shall be disabled without the prior written authorization of the Landlord. A minimum of 48-hours advance written notice must be provided for such work. Sprinkler and fire alarm systems must be restored nightly.
  • During periods of time when sprinkler or standpipe or fire alarm protection of work area is compromised, an official fire watch throughout the space is required. The Tenant/Tenant's CM's proposal for construction of all fire watches is subject to review by Landlord.
  • All fire exits shall be kept clear and accessible at all times.
  • Fire extinguishers must be on the job at all times. A.B.C. type all-purpose extinguishers shall be used. The Tenant's scheme for distribution of portable extinguishers shall be subject to the review and approval of the Landlord's Fire Safety Director.
  • Copies of FDNY certificates of fitness (G38) for the storage and use of combustible gas must be provided for each operator of such equipment. When a fireguard is required, such person must be qualified and hold a FDNY Certificate of fitness (F30) as fireguard for torch operations.
  • All fireproofing on structural steel must be replaced if damaged or missing. Contact the Landlord for inspection and approval prior to installation of ceilings.
  • The fire-rated enclosure of existing egress of other fire rated shafts shall not be compromised without the prior written authorization of the Landlord. At the end of each workday, all openings in fire-rated shafts shall be restored so as to provide the same fire-resistive rating as the original construction.
  • Landlord may reject non-confirming work (relative to documents previously reviewed by the Landlord) regardless of acceptance of such work by the Tenant or the Tenant's consultants.
  • All hook-ups for temporary electrical services shall be subject to the approval of and coordinated through the Landlord, and shall be separately metered.
  • The use of existing sanitary facilities is subject to the approval of the Landlord. The Tenant's Contractor will be responsible for cleaning and stocking.
  • All frames installed within fire-rated partitions and at all egress stairs, exit access corridors and Tenant demising partition shall be welded construction; knock-down frames will not be permitted.
  • Only union labor shall be employed by all trades. Union as herein referred to, shall be A.F.L. Unions having agreements with the building trades employers of New York.
  • All construction material shall be delivered to the job in proper containers and stored in the Tenant's work area. No debris or construction material may be placed in a public area of the building without written consent of Landlord. If contractor does not remove such material when requested, Landlord may take such actions as required and charge contractor the cost thereof.
  • Tenant is not permitted to apply for permits for storage of materials, closing of sidewalks, and other related permits beyond building line without prior approval of Landlord.
  • Compliance is required, where necessary, with the Americans with Disabilities Act Local Laws #5, #16, #58, and #76, including but not limited to, exit lights, additional speakers, strobes, hook-up of supplemental fire controls and compartmentation.
  • All locks shall be keyed to match the Landlord's master keying systems.
  • All interior lockset trim exposing stairways common corridors and other Tenant or Landlord space shall match that of the existing locksets in the building.
  • All storefront doors shall be keyed to match the Landlord's master keying systems.
  • All abandoned ductwork, conduit wiring or piping not necessary for new construction usage must be removed from hung ceiling areas and floor ducts.
  • All items that are specifically designated for re-use, but damaged during build-out of same, shall be repaired to the satisfaction of Landlord or shall be replaced by items of equal quality and appearance at no expense to the Landlord.
  • Tenant/Tenant's CM agrees to hold the Landlord, all Landlord's Employees, and all Landlord's Agents, consultants, etc., harmless from and against all suits, claims, actions, loss, costs or expenses, (including claims for Workmen's Compensation) based on personal injury, bodily injury, or death, or property damage caused in the performance or work by your employees, agents, servants or contractors engaged by Tenant's CM.
  • All work shall be in compliance with all local laws, and all New York City Code requirements and OSHA regulations. Notwithstanding the foregoing, applicable governing codes or regulations which are more restrictive than the Landlord's standard shall be adhered to.
  • Landlord will inspect public and freight areas before the start of any work in order to establish responsibility for any damages that may occur. If damage is identified, Tenant will be responsible for all repairs.
  • All installed equipment requiring access for maintenance/repair must be installed in a manner where access is readily available. Landlord must approve the accessibility to equipment.
  • Properly rated access doors must be provided in Tenant space for access by Landlord to building valves, etc.
  • Provide fire stopping at all required areas using materials which have been listed by UL or tested nationally by an independent testing agency in accordance with ASTM E 814/UL 12479 or New York City code.
  • Since roof is still under warranty, Tenant/Tenant's CM must use building roofing contractors for any roofing work to maintain warrantee.
  • Cooperation is expected from all Tenant's Contractors as follows:
    • Tenant/Tenant's Contractors must adhere to all building rules written or otherwise.
    • Make sure that all shanties and gang boxes are locked prior to leaving the building. Landlord not responsible for any losses.
    • Keep all exit areas clear of debris in case of fire emergency
    • For insurance purposes, a waiver shall be provided from each trade for losses incurred during construction.

Access Control for Construction Workers

Ground level access and egress to the building must be confined to the loading dock area. No one shall enter or leave the building from the Fire Stairs and/or Passenger Elevators. Tenant's Contractors who repeatedly use the Fire Exit and/or Passenger Elevators for any reason other than an emergency will be asked to leave the building. All contractors must sign in daily and carry picture ID.


  • All Fan Powered Boxes (FPB) and Variable Air Volume (VAV) Boxes must be protected against dirt and dust by Tenant's CM.
  • Shoe wiping mats must be installed at all openings between public and construction areas and kept clean and dampened daily.
  • All walls, floors, and stair doors in public areas subject to construction traffic shall be properly protected as directed by Landlord.
  • All construction debris and at the completion of the job excess material must be removed from the building.
  • Tenant/Tenant's CM will be charged for special cleaning services and repairs throughout any public areas affected by Tenant's Contractors.
  • The Landlord must be contacted regarding the removal of hardware, window shades and other building standard reusable equipment.
  • All dollies, hand trucks and containers must be in good condition and have rubber wheels and bumpers.


  • Equipment and materials shall be new and listed by the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., manufactured in accordance with ASME, NEMA, ANSI, IEEE standards, and approved by the local authorities having jurisdiction. Make every effort to furnish all equipment of any equipment type (switchboards, panel boards, wiring devices, lighting fixtures, etc.) from one manufacturer.
  • As previously noted in the General Rules, contact the Landlord in advance of all required shutdowns.
  • All fixtures that are removed and not reused shall be turned over to the Landlord if requested.
  • All open floor outlets must be capped.
  • All branch circuits and feeder wiring shall be tagged at each box or panel. Tags shall indicate circuit numbers. A complete type written panel directory must be listed in each panel.
  • Electric closets shall be cleaned out of all debris and excess material. All panel covers and trims must be reinstalled. All holes in slabs or walls will be sealed with approved fire-rated materials.
  • Landlord shall be notified of all work requiring an electrical shutdown which will affect other floors of the building or even affect normal continuation of construction work on these floors. This work will only occur on overtime. This work will only occur on overtime.
  • All electrical supply connections must be metered through the Tenant's own meter or have a sub meter installed at Tenant's expense.
  • Equipment not associated with electrical supply or distribution must not be mounted or stored in electrical closets. This includes telephone, alarm equipment, etc.
  • All temporary wiring and lighting shall be removed at the end of the job.
  • Close off all vertical penetrations in electric and telephone closets after conduits have been installed.
  • The Tenant/Tenant's CM shall notify the Landlord regarding any request for shutdown of base building utilities which will cause interruption of services in other areas of building. Requests must be made at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the requested shutdown and shall be subject to final approval of Landlord.
  • Core drilling, chopping, the use of pneumatic and electrical tools, or any other noise producing equipment shall be permitted only between the hours of 6:00pm and 8:00 am, unless otherwise authorized by Landlord.
  • Electrical Contractor is responsible for the following: Cleaning and tightening (retorqued) on overtime all connections from existing feeders to any panel he has added any new circuits or perform any work on. In addition, take load readings and infrared heat scans on panel before and after tenant move-in and provide a detailed report to Landlord.

Fire Alarm

  • Upon completion of the work, Tenant shall provide the Landlord with two sets of plan drawings and AutoCAD disc accurately representing the type and location of all fire alarm devices within the Tenant space.
  • Upon completion of the work, Tenant shall provide the Landlord with a fire safety plan identifying all fire warden stations and fire wardens, and explaining the fire evacuation strategy which the Tenant intends to incorporate, and defining the Tenant's fire safety training program for staff.
  • All elevator specifications must address all the issues related to interface of the new elevators with the base building fire alarm system including, but not limited to, location of controls in the base building fire command station.
  • Work involving the possible activation of the Class "E" System must not be performed without prior notification of Landlord so that area can be inspected and Class "E" devices disabled accordingly.
  • Tenant/Tenant's CM must use building Fire Alarm Vendor.


  • All required water supply piping to a floor shall originate on the same floor from the nearest wet column with proper access for maintenance. All pipes supplying fixtures shall be insulated to prevent sweating or heat loss.
  • All waste lines shall be properly pitched and piped to ensure total drainage so as not to create nor form traps, except as may be required, i.e. air handling units.
  • All waste lines connections shall be made by means of long sweep ells or "y" fittings and shall maintain existing clean-out connections and shall further provide cleanout connections at fittings.
  • All piping shall conform to the plumbing code, Department of Buildings, City of New York.
  • Contractor will tag all valves he installs indicating supply or return and area it is servicing.

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning

  • Detailed plans of the proposed installation showing equipment, including make, model, MEA or BSA number, capacity, electrical requirements and ratings, weight, physical dimensions, ducts or duct additions or revisions, manner of bracing or support for all ductwork, plus all required electrical and plumbing lines indicating size and composition of such lines shall be provided.
  • Compliance must be shown with all applicable provisions of local law #5, including location of fire dampers and access panels, compartmentation, etc.
  • Plans should indicate refrigeration, condenser, condensate steam and/or hot water piping, with materials and size of lines delineated.
  • Equipment use permits for all installed air conditioning equipment must be provided to Landlord.
  • All control inspections records must be turned over to Landlord.

HVAC - Ducts

  • All ductwork must be fabricated of sheet metal. Fiberglass, plastic or flammable material will not be permitted.
  • All ductwork joints must be properly sealed so as to prevent leakage.
  • The Landlord reserves the right and approve all duct work ceiling and installation.
  • Support straps or hangers must be connected to a structurally sound member in or at the ceilings. The dropped ceiling may not be used for such purpose, nor with cut nails driving into concrete covering be accepted.
  • Where required for vibration isolation, flexible nonmetallic, fire-retarding acoustical connectors shall be used in duct system. Such connections should be installed on all fans, condensers, or equipment of non-static type.
  • On long steam or hot water runs, provisions shall be made for expansion by pipe design or the use of specialty expansion devices.

HVAC - Piping and Duct Insulation

  • All piping lines except refrigeration liquid or hot gas lines, and all supply and outside air ducts must be insulated.
  • When installing pipe or duct supports, should fireproofing be disturbed or removed on steel beams or any structural members, such fireproofing must be restored to its original conditions immediately upon completion of this phase of the project.
  • Note that all pipe or duct supports must be bolted or welded. No clamp devices will be accepted except for a full beam clamp. Building department regulations pertaining to such supports will be minimum acceptable standards.
  • All equipment having moving parts will be required to be mounted on or suspended by properly designed vibration absorbers.
  • All insulation must be installed in a professional manner.


Tenant shall require CM and all subcontractors to maintain insurance coverage while performing work hereunder; the insurance coverage limits set forth must be to Landlord satisfaction. A Certificate of Insurance evidencing the coverage, naming the additional insured stated below shall be delivered to Landlord prior to commencement of the work. The certificates shall provide for thirty (30) days' notice in writing if such change or cancellation.

A certificate of Insurance from each of your contractors and subcontractors evidencing the following coverage:

  1. Workers compensation insurance as required by law.
    Employer's liability insurance with a limit of at least $500,000.
    Commercial general liability insurance (including contractual coverage).
  2. Personal injury - $2,000,000 each occurrence.
    Property damage - (including fire) - $2,000,000 each occurrence.
    Automobile Liability (combined single limit) - $1,000,000.
    General Aggregate (including primary and umbrella policies combined) - $5,000,000.

Thus certificate holder shall be:

Empire State Realty Trust, Inc.
c/o ESRT Management, L.L.C.
One Grand Central Place
60 East 42nd Street, Suite # 803
New York, NY 10165
Attn: Property Manager

Please note that no work will be permitted at One Grand Central Place until appropriate insurance certificates and indemnity agreements are received and approved by Property Management.


  • Landlord will provide Security at loading dock. Any work conducted after hours will require additional security, which will be charged to the Tenant.
  • Tenant is responsible for securing all materials within their space.
  • Tenant is responsible for securing all entrances to Tenant spaces except loading dock.

Trash Receptacle Areas

  • Construction debris must be removed from the site continuously and not be left to accumulate.
  • Tenant/Tenant's CM shall be responsible for any violations or fines incurred, for example, construction materials or debris left on the street.

General Note

From time to time, at the discretion of the Landlord, these Rules and Regulations may be amended.

The Contractor and his subcontractors must abide by all building rules and regulations.

  • Permit and sign-off: The Contractor will obtain and post onsite all N.Y.C. permits.
  • Control Inspections: The Contractor is responsible for all control inspections and the sign-off of the control inspections (i.e., electrical, plumbing, sprinkler, HVAC equipment, duct work)
  • Equipment use permits: The Contractor is responsible to file and obtain equipment use permits for all a/c units installed. In addition, he must file for any units he disconnects or removes and obtain amended equipment used listing for that floor.
  • Demolition: All demolition work, including the removal of debris both construction and demolition will occur during the following hours:
    Monday through Friday, 6:00 pm through 7:00 am
    Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
  • Temporary partitions: All temporary partitions must be constructed slab to slab with sound blanket and paint during the following hours:
    Monday through Friday, 6:00 pm through 7:00 am
    Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
  • Protection: The Contractor will be responsible for protection of all building finishes and equipment with the following:
    • Carpet must be protected with one (1) layer of heavy construction paper and one (1) layer of Masonite.
    • Walls to be protected with one (1) layer of construction paper and one (2) layer of Masonite.
    • Equipment and furniture must be thoroughly covered with fire-retardant plastic and one (1) layer of Masonite.
    • Window convector units must be protected during demo and all phases of construction with double layer of plastic and Masonite.
    • Contractor prior to demo will remove and bag all smoke detectors, strobes and speakers.
  • Deliveries of construction material: All deliveries of construction material, equipment, containers, etc. will occur during the following hours:
    Monday through Friday, 6:00 am through 8:00 am (subject to Landlord approval, at Tenant's cost)
    Saturday and Sunday, 7:30 am through 4:30 pm
  • Noise creating work: All noise creating work to be done per the following:
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • Coring or drilling in the slab or decking:
    • Monday through Friday 7:00 pm through 7:00 am
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • The use of hammer drills.
    • Monday through Friday, 6:00 pm through 7:00 am
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • Chopping, coring or drilling in the concrete slab or Q-decking.
    • Monday through Friday 7:00 pm through 7:00 am
    • Any work in the elevator lobby, return corridors, Men's and Ladies' rooms. Monday through Friday 6:00 pm through 7:00 am
    • Saturday, 7:00am - 7:00 pm.
  • Refinishing: All refinishing or toxic work will commence as follows:
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
  • Tie-in to Building Services: New electric panels and transformers must be installed using compression lugs during the following hours: Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • HVAC tie-ins to main duct systems:
    • Monday through Friday 6:00 pm through 7:00 am
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • Tie-ins to chilled water, condenser water and hot & cold water main systems:
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • Tie-ins to Sprinkle main system:
    • Friday, 7:00 pm. through 12:01 am
    • Saturday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.
    • Note that any overtime incurred by Landlord in accommodating Tenant requests for access to building systems after hours will be billable to the Tenant.
  • N.Y. City welding or soldering certificate: Contractor will have a certified welding and soldering technician perform all work. Copy of the NYC welding and soldering certificate will be posted on the Job site prior to starting any work and copy of these certificates will be presented to the Building Management Office and CRES Project Manager.
  • NYC Fire Guard Certificate: Contractor will have a certified Fire Guard certificate holder person on duty any time there is any welding, brazing or soldering on the premises. Copy of the NY City Fire Guard Certificate will be posted on the job site prior to starting any work and copy of these certificates will be presented to the Building Management Office.
  • Cleaned and tightened feeder panels: Electrical Contractor is responsible for the following:
    • Cleaning and tightening (retorqued) on overtime all connections from existing feeders to any panel he has added any new circuits or performed any work on.
    • In Addition, take the load readings and infrared heat scans on panel before and after Tenant move-in and provide a detailed report to the Building Management Office.
  • Removal of all fire alarm devices: Electrical Contractor is responsible to coordinate with Building Management and Life Safety Director the removal of all fire alarm equipment and the pulling back of any wiring to the nearest column or core (i.e., speakers, strobes, smoke detectors and door hold open devices prior to demo).
  • Building fire alarm: Electrical Contractor will be responsible during the entire construction job for any fire alarm wiring he touches including strobes, speakers and other devices. If the system goes into ground fault due to his work, he will be responsible to correct at his cost using building fire alarm contractors.