The contractor shall protect the public from all damage to person and property by reason of any construction operation by such barricades, closures and methods as are needed.
Required temporary closures of the premises for reasons of security or visual appearance shall be constructed and installed in a neat and workmanlike manner and shall include but not be limited to the following:
At corridor entrances- finished drywall over suitable framing, dust proof.
During construction at any demising or corridor wall, provide dustproof enclosure as required to prevent any migration of dust to adjacent spaces.
The contractor shall forward an application to Building Management for any required temporary electric service for construction purposes. Contractor shall assume the cost of all fees, permits, etc., required, and any utility company charges. Contractor shall obtain power from a location in the building and in a manner approved by Building Management.
The contractor shall provide all apparatus for tying into the service connection point in accordance with the instructions issued by Building Management. The contractor and all subcontractors shall pay for and make any temporary wiring of a special nature, required for their work and individually, shall furnish all extension cords and lamps therefore, sockets, motors and accessories required for their work. Extension cords must be U.L. approved.
When the permanent electrical power and lighting systems are in operating condition, said systems may be used in lieu of the temporary services, for construction purposes, provided that the contractor (1) assumes full responsibility for the entire power and lighting system and (2) pays any costs for restoration of the systems.
The contractor shall take all precautions necessary to protect all finished work which abuts or is enclosed within his site. This shall include all necessary barricades and enclosures that are deemed to be necessary to prevent damages to any work.
After the installation of work by the subcontractor is properly completed, the contractor shall be responsible for its protection and for repairing, replacing or cleaning any such work which has been damaged by other trades at the time of acceptance of the work.
Coordination and cooperation with mechanical and electrical trades with utility companies for their disconnecting, re-routing and maintenance of existing services in the building as required.
All apparatus, storage and the operation of workmen in connection with activities under this section shall be confined to limits of the contract as shown on the drawings and shall not encumber the premises at any time.