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June 2006

TITLE________________________________PROJECT NO.

LOCATION___________________________________DATE

REVIEWED BY

ORGANIZATION

LIFE SAFETY ISSUES

HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING REVIEW

The reviewer should be aware of following life safety issues that designer is required to meet, and can find detailed information on this in the referenced material. The reviewer should check A/Es compliance with these issues.

Ref. HVAC Design Manual for Hospital Projects

A

SMOKE AND FIRE PROTECTION

1

General:  

Meet requirements of NFPA 30, 45, 72E, 90A, 96, 99, and 101.

Coordinate work with the Electrical trade.

Para. 2.13.1

2

Show all smoke partitions on HVAC floor plans.

3

Show all duct-mounted smoke detectors and dampers, and fire dampers on HVAC floor plans.

4

Individually number all duct mounted smoke and combination fire/smoke dampers on HVAC floor plans, and provide a schedule.

VA Standard Detail 15902-2.DWG

5

Provide smoke control based on fan shut down. No engineered smoke control permitted for the building, except for the atrium area.

Para. 2.13.2.1

6

Provide engineered smoke control for Atrium with capacity as per NFPA 92B, and Uniform Building Code, 1994, sections 402, and 905.

Para. 2.13.2.6

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