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Provide exhaust system for the toilets, locker rooms and custodial space.
6-3.3 Plumbing Systems
Plumbing systems for the Golf Clubhouse will need to support all its functions, most notably
the kitchen. Considerations to be taken into account include the following items:
Plumbing systems shall be designed according to local code requirements. If local
codes are not in force, the International Plumbing Code (IPC)2000 shall be used.
Domestic hot water systems shall be designed in accordance with ASHRAE
Standards and 90.11999.
Domestic hot water system temperatures shall comply with local Health Codes. If local
codes are not in force, provide a booster heater to provide 180 degrees F. to the
Provide floor drains and hose bibbs in toilet rooms and food preparation areas.
Provide wall hydrants on the building exterior.
6-3.4 Fire Protection Systems
The Golf Clubhouse is a place of public assembly. Achieving appropriate fire protection
conditions will include meeting the following provisions:
Fire Protection features shall comply with UFC 3-600-01 Fire Protection Engineering.
Provide wet sprinkler systems throughout the Golf Clubhouse, designed according to
Provide wet chemical fire suppression system in the kitchen hood.
Fire alarm system and wiring shall comply with NFPA 72.
Provide battery powered emergency lighting and illuminated exit signs.
Provide ADA compliant fire alarm system consisting of a fire alarm control panel
(FACP), audio/visual signaling devices, manual pull stations, smoke detectors, heat
detectors and modules for fire protection devices.
6-3.5 Electrical Systems
The electrical system of the Golf Clubhouse shall be designed to support the multiple
activities of the Golf Clubhouse and shall meet the following considerations:
Electrical systems shall be designed in accordance with the National Electrical Code
(NEC), and applicable local codes and regulations, including the applicable energy
Electrical service shall be sized based upon the calculated loads and size of the
building, with spare capacity for future loads (20 percent).
Electrical service shall be connected to the local utility or to the base distribution
system, as appropriate. The service shall be grounded as required by code.
A pad-mounted transformer shall be provided, which will serve as the demarcation
point between the exterior service and the building power, and be screened if in
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