Division 02 - Existing Conditions - Master Specifications/Design Guidelines

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Existing Conditions - Design Guidelines - Division 02

File NameFile TitleRev. Date
ACMguideline.docx​Guidelines for Asbestos Effected by Building Renovation and Demolition​3/9/2018
​asb-Proj Info Sht.docx​Asbestos Project Information Sheet​10/1/2012
​Asbestos Abatement Inspection Form and Definitions​10/1/2012
​Pre-abatement Meeting Format for Statewide Abatement Contract​10/1/2012
LeadGuidelines.docx​Guidelines for Lead (Pb) Bearing Surfaces in State Buildings​3/9/2018
​List of Asbestos Contractors - thru 6/30/21​​
Asbestos Contractor List
​2021-2023 List of Asbestos Contractors

Existing Conditions - Master Specifications - Division 02​

File NameFile TitleRev. Date
02 05 00.docx​Common Work Results for Existing Conditions​10/1/2012
02 32 00.docx​Geo Technical Investigation​11/21/2013
02 41 13.docx​Demolition​9/17/2014
02 82 13.docx​Asbestos Abatement​5/2/2019​