1. DRAWING REQUIREMENTS (DEPENDING UPON TYPE OF PROJECT)
    1. For projects that do not include an A&E design firm or are self-performed by OSU, marked-up record drawings are required, indicating the following.
      1. Modifications
      2. Dimensions
      3. Equipment lists
      4. Other information necessary for ongoing operations and maintenance.
    2. For projects that include an A&E design firm, OSU requires the following.
      1. The Construction Drawings will be plotted on sheets not exceeding 30” x 42”.
      2. All documents and drawings shall include the OSU Project Number in the Title Block.
      3. The current OSU Construction Standards Version shall be referenced on the Title Block of the Cover Sheet.
      4. The design professional will also provide OSU with a complete set of ’Record’ drawings, and a full-size scanned image of each sheet in PDF format at a minimum resolution of 400dpi.  All PDF files shall be correctly oriented (right-reading).
      5. If the work is performed through the OSU Shops, the appropriate vendor, contractor or internal construction group is responsible for providing these drawing updates at the completion of the project.
         
  2. SCHEDULE OF REQUIRED DRAWINGS
    1. OSU requires the receipt of a complete set of the construction documents and Book Plan files (See Item 4: Book Plans) in digital format the following stages. 
      1. 100% Construction Documents or Bid Documents.
      2. Record (as-constructed) drawing.
      3. Building Maps shall be submitted before the end of construction. (See Item 5: Building Map).
         
  3. DIGITAL DRAWINGS
    1. Shall be AutoCAD Version 2014 compatible.
    2. Shall include all and fully resolved ‘External References’ (including nested ExRefs). They shall be bound to the parent file using the ‘insert’ option of the ‘Bind exref’ dialog (in AutoCAD).
    3. Shall be accompanied by any associated plotter configuration file(s), font (shx), shape (shp), AutoDesk ‘object enabler’, and/or proprietary files necessary for reproduction.
       
  4. BOOK PLANS
    1. Shall be digital drawing of record for each floor of OSU space on and off campus.
    2. Shall be drawn to scale and fit into OSU’s template for 11” x 17” sheets. OSU will provide the appropriate title block with Building name and OSU number and floor identification.
    3. Shall contain the following information on OSU drawing layers for
      1. Building identification
      2. Floor identification
      3. Room numbers
      4. Walls
      5. Windows
      6. Door and  door swing
      7. Ramps and floor features
      8. Stairwells
      9. Plumbing fixtures
      10. Fixed architectural or MEP fixtures, casework and furniture
      11. Building equipment
      12. Room use description (i.e., office, classroom, mechanical)
      13. Interior and exterior dimensions rounded to 1/4”.
      14. Net useable area for each room (See Appendix “Categories of Building Measurement”)
      15. Total square feet calculations – gross area and net useable area-for each affected floor. (See Appendix “Categories of Building Measurement”)
      16. Ceiling heights
    4. Book plans shall be prepared for all affected floors including the following.
      1. Basement and subbasements
      2. First Floor and all floors above the first floor
      3. Attic, penthouses and roofs shown on the physical level they reside
         
  5. BUILDING MAP
    1. Provide an “11x17” building map for each floor that clearly identifies the location of the building exits, elevators, fire extinguishers, ADA restrooms, men’s restroom, women’s, restrooms, unisex restrooms, fire alarm pull stations, and closest exit.
       
  6. PUBLIC UTILITIES MODIFICATIONS
    1. When a project involves the modification of public utilities (PIPC), OSU requires two (2) sets of digital and hard copy ‘Record Drawings’ within thirty (30) days following the local jurisdiction’s approval of that portion of the construction. The Design Professional shall provide one set to local jurisdiction’s Public Works Department, and one set to OSU.
       
  7. LIFE SAFETY COVER SHEETS
    1. All architectural drawings will include life safety cover sheets which should include the following.
      1. Zoning requirements
      2. Required side yards
      3. Fire resistivity of exterior walls
      4. Fire classification of the building's construction type
      5. The sheet will include a schematic drawing indicating:
        1. Required exit corridors and the required fire classification of walls, doors, windows, and duct work.
        2. Area separation
        3. Flame spread characteristics
        4. Rated ceilings
        5. Allowable areas or occupancy types
        6. Number of stories, basements, and attics
        7. Other elements important to a zoning/life safety code check.
        8. Identify exit corridors
           
  8. MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING DRAWINGS
    1. Provide complete drawings suitable for competitive bidding. Drawing packages must include the following as appropriate.
      1. Legend Sheet which includes all symbols used on the drawings with a description of what that symbol indicates. The symbols used shall comply with industry standards.
    2. Schedule Sheets
      1. Schedules for new and existing mechanical equipment shall include all performance data including capacity, air/water pressure drops, rpm, entering and leaving conditions, motor horsepower, KW, or amps, voltage/phase, basis of design manufacturer, location of equipment, identification numbers, unit physical dimensions, weight and type of material.
      2. In the upper right hand corner, on the first sheet of the plumbing drawing, or on the title sheet of projects without separate plumbing drawings, include a 01."PLUMBING FIXTURE SCHEDULE." This information will be used in determining the fixture count for the City of Corvallis review.
      3. List all abandoned, demolished or deleted fixtures as well as the new fixtures.
      4. Plumbing fixture schedules shall include fixture identification, connection sizes for water, waste and vent, and gases.
    3. Riser Diagrams
      1. Modification to existing systems shall include the riser diagram for the existing systems and piping back to the nearest main branch.
      2. Include diagrams for all mechanical systems including heating water, chilled water, condenser water, and refrigerant piping.
      3. Include diagrams for all waste and vent systems, hot and cold water, and storm water systems.
      4. Fire protection one line riser diagrams.
    4. Underground and Foundation Plans
      1. Indicate all buried piping, starting invert elevations, and invert elevations at point five feet outside building.  Provide invert elevations on underground sanitary waste, storm, water, and other underground piping on plans.
    5. Mechanical Floor Plans
      1. Show all ductwork, piping, and equipment on floor plans at a scale to match the architectural plans.
      2. Provide Enlarged or Partial Plans to adequately show the work in complex or confined installations.
      3. Show locations of steam system anchors, slides, guides, and expansion joints.
    6. Sections and Details for mechanical drawings
      1. Provide building sections to show locations of mechanical system components in relation to building elements. Mechanical components shall be coordinated with work of other trades.
      2. Provide details for mounting or connection of equipment.
      3. Provide pipe support and anchoring details for steam piping 4 inches and above.
      4. Mechanical rooms shall be detailed at no less than ¼” per foot with piping and ductwork shown double line. Drops and offsets shall take into consideration the actual space it takes to make connections and turns.
         
  9. SPECIFICATIONS
    1. Submit, as part of the design development package and at each construction document review stage, a list of equipment and the manufacturers to be used on the project in the CSI MasterFormat 2014.
       
  10. REFLECTED CEILING PLANS
    1. The reflected ceiling plans shall locate lighting fixtures, sprinkler heads, supply air diffusers, return air registers and all equipment mounted to or suspended from the ceiling.
    2. Lighting located to serve work stations may determine the direction of a ceiling grid pattern.
    3. Lighting located to serve work stations may influence location of fire sprinkler heads.
    4. Lighting located to serve work stations may influence supply and return air inlets and outlets.
    5. Orientation of the lighting fixtures may dictate that the ceiling grid be broken to accommodate some lighting fixtures.
       
  11. WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS
    1. Minimum warranty for all material and workmanship for a minimum of 1-year after date of substantial completion OR for the extended period of time determined by manufacturer’s guarantee.
    2. Extended warranties may be required for specific items as noted in the Construction Standards.
    3. Correct immediately any failure caused by poor material or workmanship during warranty period; within 72 hours of notice.
    4. If the Project Manager or Facilities Services personnel are required to proceed with repairs, the responsible party of the warranty will be billed for costs and damages when failing to comply. 

 

Last Updated: 
07/13/2018