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DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL26 00 00 ELECTRICAL26 01 00 Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Systems26 01 10 Operation and Maintenance of Medium-Voltage Electrical Distribution26 01 20 Operation and Maintenance of Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution26 01 26 Maintenance Testing of Electrical Systems26 01 30 Operation and Maintenance of Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment26 01 40 Operation and Maintenance of Electrical and Cathodic Protection Systems26 01 50 Operation and Maintenance of Lighting26 01 50.51 Luminaire Relamping26 01 50.81 Luminaire Replacement26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical26 05 13 Medium-Voltage Cables26 05 13.13 Medium-Voltage Open Conductors26 05 13.16 Medium-Voltage, Single- and Multi-Conductor Cables26 05 19 Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables26 05 19.13 Undercarpet Electrical Power Cables26 05 23 Control-Voltage Electrical Power Cables26 05 26 Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems26 05 29 Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems26 05 33 Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems26 05 36 Cable Trays for Electrical Systems26 05 39 Underfloor Raceways for Electrical Systems26 05 43 Underground Ducts and Raceways for Electrical Systems26 05 46 Utility Poles for Electrical Systems26 05 48 Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems26 05 53 Identification for Electrical Systems26 05 73 Overcurrent Protective Device Coordination Study26 06 00 Schedules for Electrical26 06 10 Schedules for Medium-Voltage Electrical Distribution26 06 20 Schedules for Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution26 06 20.13 Electrical Switchboard Schedule26 06 20.16 Electrical Panelboard Schedule26 06 20.19 Electrical Motor-Control Center Schedule26 06 20.23 Electrical Circuit Schedule26 06 20.26 Wiring Device Schedule26 06 30 Schedules for Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment26 06 40 Schedules for Electrical and Cathodic Protection Systems26 06 50 Schedules for Lighting26 06 50.13 Lighting Panelboard Schedule26 06 50.16 Lighting Fixture Schedule26 08 00 Commissioning of Electrical Systems

26 09 00 Instrumentation and Control for Electrical Systems26 09 13 Electrical Power Monitoring and Control26 09 23 Lighting Control Devices26 09 26 Lighting Control Panelboards26 09 33 Central Dimming Controls26 09 33.13 Multichannel Remote-Controlled Dimmers26 09 33.16 Remote-Controlled Dimming Stations26 09 36 Modular Dimming Controls26 09 36.13 Manual Modular Dimming Controls26 09 36.16 Integrated Multipreset Modular Dimming Controls26 09 43 Network Lighting Controls26 09 43.13 Digital-Network Lighting Controls26 09 43.16 Addressable Fixture Lighting Control26 09 61 Theatrical Lighting Controls26 10 00 MEDIUM-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION26 11 00 Substations26 11 13 Primary Unit Substations26 11 16 Secondary Unit Substations26 12 00 Medium-Voltage Transformers26 12 13 Liquid-Filled, Medium -Voltage Transformers26 12 16 Dry-Type, Medium -Voltage Transformers26 12 19 Pad-Mounted, Liquid-Filled, Medium -Voltage Transformers26 13 00 Medium-Voltage Switchgear26 13 13 Medium-Voltage Circuit Breaker Switchgear26 13 16 Medium-Voltage Fusible Interrupter Switchgear26 13 19 Medium-Voltage Vacuum Interrupter Switchgear26 18 00 Medium-Voltage Circuit Protection Devices26 18 13 Medium-Voltage Cutouts26 18 16 Medium-Voltage Fuses26 18 19 Medium-Voltage Lightning Arresters26 18 23 Medium-Voltage Surge Arresters26 18 26 Medium-Voltage Reclosers26 18 29 Medium-Voltage Enclosed Bus26 18 33 Medium-Voltage Enclosed Fuse Cutouts26 18 36 Medium-Voltage Enclosed Fuses26 18 39 Medium-Voltage Motor Controllers26 20 00 LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION26 21 00 Low-Voltage Overhead Electrical Power Systems26 22 00 Low-Voltage Transformers26 22 13 Low-Voltage Distribution Transformers26 22 16 Low-Voltage Buck-Boost Transformers

26 22 19 Control and Signal Transformers26 23 00 Low-Voltage Switchgear26 23 13 Paralleling Low-Voltage Switchgear26 24 00 Switchboards and Panelboards26 24 13 Switchboards26 24 16 Panelboards26 24 19 Motor-Control Centers26 25 00 Enclosed Bus Assemblies26 26 00 Power Distribution Units26 27 00 Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment26 27 13 Electricity Metering26 27 16 Electrical Cabinets and Enclosures26 27 19 Multi-Outlet Assemblies26 27 23 Indoor Service Poles26 27 26 Wiring Devices26 27 73 Door Chimes26 28 00 Low-Voltage Circuit Protective Devices26 28 13 Fuses26 28 16 Enclosed Switches and Circuit Breakers26 29 00 Low-Voltage Controllers26 29 13 Enclosed Controllers26 29 13.13 Across- the-Line Motor Controllers26 29 13.16 Reduced-Voltage Motor Controllers26 29 23 Variable-Frequency Motor Controllers26 30 00 FACILITY ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATING AND STORING EQUIPMENT26 31 00 Photovoltaic Collectors26 32 00 Packaged Generator Assemblies26 32 13 Engine Generators26 32 13.13 Diesel-Engine-Driven Generator Sets26 32 13.16 Gas-Engine-Driven Generator Sets26 32 16 Steam-Turbine Generators26 32 19 Hydro-Turbine Generators26 32 23 Wind Energy Equipment26 32 26 Frequency Changers26 32 29 Rotary Converters26 32 33 Rotary Uninterruptible Power Units26 33 00 Battery Equipment26 33 13 Batteries

26 33 16 Battery Racks26 33 19 Battery Units26 33 23 Central Battery Equipment26 33 33 Static Power Converters26 33 43 Battery Chargers26 33 46 Battery Monitoring26 33 53 Static Uninterruptible Power Supply26 35 00 Power Filters and Conditioners26 35 13 Capacitors26 35 16 Chokes and Inductors26 35 23 Electromagnetic -Interference Filters26 35 26 Harmonic Filters26 35 33 Power Factor Correction Equipment26 35 36 Slip Controllers26 35 43 Static-Frequency Converters26 35 46 Radio-Frequency-Interference Filters26 35 53 Voltage Regulators26 36 00 Transfer Switches26 36 13 Manual Transfer Switches26 36 23 Automatic Transfer Switches26 40 00 ELECTRICAL AND CATHODIC PROTECTION26 41 00 Facility Lightning Protection26 41 13 Lightning Protection for Structures26 41 13.13 Lightning Protection for Buildings26 41 16 Lightning Prevention and Dissipation26 41 19 Early Streamer Emission Lightning Protection26 41 23 Lightning Protection Surge Arresters and Suppressors26 42 00 Cathodic Protection26 42 13 Passive Cathodic Protection for Underground and Submerged Piping26 42 16 Passive Cathodic Protection for Underground Storage Tank26 43 00 Transient Voltage Suppression26 43 13 Transient-Voltage Suppression for Low-Voltage Electrical Power Circuits26 50 00 LIGHTING26 51 00 Interior Lighting26 51 13 Interior Lighting Fixtures, Lamps, And Ballasts26 52 00 Emergency Lighting26 53 00 Exit Signs

26 54 00 Classified Location Lighting26 55 00 Special Purpose Lighting26 55 23 Outline Lighting26 55 29 Underwater Lighting26 55 33 Hazard Warning Lighting26 55 36 Obstruction Lighting26 55 53 Security Lighting26 55 59 Display Lighting26 55 61 Theatrical Lighting26 55 63 Detention Lighting26 55 70 Healthcare Lighting26 56 00 Exterior Lighting26 56 13 Lighting Poles and Standards26 56 16 Parking Lighting26 56 19 Roadway Lighting26 56 23 Area Lighting26 56 26 Landscape Lighting26 56 29 Site Lighting26 56 33 Walkway Lighting26 56 36 Flood Lighting26 56 68 Exterior Athletic Lighting26 60 00 Unassigned26 70 00 Unassigned26 80 00 Unassigned26 90 00 Unassigned

USC GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSSECTION 26 00 00ElectricalSECTION 26 00 00ELECTRICALPART 1GENERAL1.1GENERALA.Work Included:1.This section covers general requirements applying to all sections included inDivision 26, ELECTRICAL, as well as electrical work pertaining to otherdivisions.2.Division 26, ELECTRICAL, covers the work necessary for the completeelectrical system. Furnish materials, labor, and equipment in accordance withthese Specifications and the accompanying Drawings. A brief outline of thework includes, but is not limited to the following: TO BE COMPLETED BY CONSULTING ENGINEER B.Work Included in Division 26, ELECTRICAL: TO BE COMPLETED BY CONSULTING ENGINEER C.D.Work Specified Under Other Divisions:1.The General Conditions, Supplementary General Conditions and Division 01General Requirements.2.Components for heating, ventilating, air conditioning systems, includingconductors for control wiring, unless specifically shown on Electrical Drawings.3.Demolition as specified under [Section 02 40 00] and Drawings.Materials and equipment furnished and installed under other divisions with racewayand electrical conductors furnished, installed and connected under Division 26,ELECTRICAL:1.Air Conditioning equipment2.Ventilating system equipment3.Electric water heaters4.Exhaust fans5.Motors6.Motor heaters7.Motor thermal protectors and any required special protector monitoring relay8.Halon system26 00 00 - 1

USC GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSE.Materials and equipment furnished, installed, under other divisions, but withraceways, conductors, and connections furnished and installed under Division 26,Electrical1.F.G.SECTION 26 00 00ElectricalInstrumentation and control systems indicated on the Drawings by an openhexagon symbol. Final connections at control equipment made under thesupervision of control system contractor.Inspection of the Site and Existing Conditions1.The Electrical Drawings were developed from past record drawings andinformation supplied by the Owner. Verify all scaled dimensions prior tosubmitting bids.2.Before submitting a bid, visit the site and determine conditions at the site andat all existing structures in order to become familiar with all existing conditionsand electrical systems which will, in any way or manner, affect the workrequired under this Contract. No subsequent increase in Contract cost will beallowed for additional work required because of the Contractor's failure to fulfillthis requirement. By submitting a bid on the work, the Contractor shall bedeemed to have accepted the site conditions.3.Carry out any work involving the shutdown of the existing services to any pieceof equipment now functioning in existing areas at such time as to provide theleast amount of inconvenience to the Owner. Do such work when directed bythe Engineer.4.After award of Contract, confer with Engineer to verify at each area ofconstruction activity the location of existing underground utilities. Protect allexisting underground utilities during construction. Pay for all required repairswithout increase in Contract cost should damage to underground utilities occurduring construction.Responsibility1.The Contractor shall be responsible for:a.Complete systems in accordance with the intent of these ContractDocuments.b.Coordinating the incoming electrical service with the electric utilitycompany [LADWP] for providing interim service as shown on Drawings.c.Coordinating the telephone service with the owners private system thetelephone utility company, [General Telephone Company; PacificTelephone Company].d.Coordinating the details of facility equipment and construction for allSpecification Divisions which affect the work covered under Division 26,ELECTRICAL.e.Furnishing and installing all incidental items not actually shown orspecified, but which are required by good practice to provide completefunctional systems.26 00 00 - 2

USC GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSf.H.M.As-built Contract Drawings shall be prepared by the Contractor marked withred indelible pencil on reproducible sepia to show all departures from originalDrawings. Show underground cable, conduit, or duct runs dimensioned fromestablished building lines, and all electrical work revisions. Prepare byobtaining new, clean sets of Contract Drawings from Engineer and pay allcosts for same. Field marked as-built drawings shall be initialed by theEngineer or his representative.Extra Work1.L.Submit to the Engineer in writing details of any necessary or proposeddepartures from these Contract Documents, and the reasons therefore.Submit such requests as soon as practical and within 14 calendar days afteraward of the Contract. Make no such departures without written approval ofthe Engineer.Record Drawings1.K.Electrical plan drawings show only general locations of equipment, devices,and raceway, unless specifically dimensioned. Field conditions, noninterference with other trades, and architectural, structural and mechanicalfeatures shall determine the exact locations. [The Contractor shall beresponsible for the proper routing of raceway, subject to the approval of theEngineer.]Departures from Contract Documents1.J.Cleaning of construction area including removal of all trash and debris asa result of electrical work.Intent of Drawings1.I.SECTION 26 00 00ElectricalNo extra work shall be undertaken without written approval of the Owner.Substitution of Materials and Equipment1.In accordance with provisions elsewhere in these Contract Documents,manufacturers' names and catalog numbers stated herein are intended toindicate the type and quality of equipment or materials desired. Unlesssubstitution is specifically forbidden, proposed alternatives may be submittedfor approval.2.Make requests for approval of alternatives in writing to the Engineer beforesubmittals of shop drawings. Provide sufficient material or data, includingsamples if requested, to allow evaluation of the proposed alternative anddetermination of compliance with these Contract Documents. List anyproposed deviations from these Contract Documents. Advise of any reductionin cost resulting from the proposed alternative.Submittals During Construction1.Provide complete manufacturers' descriptive information and shop drawings forall equipment, material, and devices furnished under Division 16,ELECTRICAL, including certified outline drawings, arrangement drawings,elementary (schematic) diagrams, interconnection and connection diagrams, in26 00 00 - 3

USC GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSSECTION 26 00 00Electricalaccordance with provisions elsewhere in these Contract Documents. Providethe number of copies specified therein for the Engineer, Contractor, andOperation and Maintenance Manuals.2.Provide certified shop drawings, literature, and requested samples showingitems proposed for