28 00 00 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
June 16, 2009
Loose leaf pocket containing: as-built drawings for each floor. Each drawing shall show:
cable type and identifier, actual cable routing pathway, device number (camera, etc.), and
device input/output number.
k. Final test data (measured video levels, day & night camera snapshots in JPEG format and
other significant operating parameters).
The completion of the security system is heavily dependant on work by other trades. To ensure
coordination with these other trades the security contractor will be responsible for providing a detailed
construction schedule. See the example schedule and Gantt chart located at the following link to gain
an understanding of the level of detail required
The schedule shall include all relevant security activities, estimated completion dates, duration of
each activities and predecessor activities by other trades that impact security activities. For a list of
critical activities that are dependent on other trades see
30 days after award of contract the security contractor shall provide a preliminary schedule for all
security work with the level of detail shown in the sample schedule referred to in paragraph A above.
Schedule shall conform to requirements listed in paragraph B above. Throughout the installation the
security contractor shall provide updates at least once every two weeks. This schedule will allow the
GC and owner to verify progress and identify any issues early on that will impact the overall
The contractor shall warranty the completed work to be free of defects in workmanship and materials
for a period of one year from the date of system acceptance by ITS and UTPD.
If the workmanship or materials is found to be defective or not in accordance with the contract
documents during the warranty period, the contractor shall correct it promptly with factory certified
technicians at no cost to the owner. All labor and materials shall be provided by the contractor
The contractor shall provide the owner and ITS security operations with a 7 days per week 24 hours
per day phone number that will respond to warranty service calls. A technician is required to be on-
site within 8 hours of placing the warranty service call and the repair shall be completed within 24
hours of site arrival.
The contractor shall provide loaner equipment for any device that can not be repaired in the field.
Loaner equipment must be functionally and technically equivalent to the replaced item.
Immediately following a warranty service request, the contractor shall provide written notice to ITS
security operations (
) to confirm that a factory certified technician is being
dispatched to the site with a schedule for repair. Include the technician's name and contact
After warranty service work is completed, the contractor shall provide written notice to ITS security
) to provide details on the service work completed, cause of
trouble and any other outstanding issues with a timeline on correcting them.
ITS security operations reserves the right to expand or add to the system during the warranty period
using firms other than the contractor for such expansion without affecting the contractor's
responsibilities, provided that the expansion is done by a firm which is an authorized dealer or agent