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Kelly hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Mon Aug 9 16:03:15 PDT 2010


>   where's the fan for the toilet room?

We had a small bathroom fan that was originally purchased for the
darkroom that wasn't strong enough (it's a standard bathroom fan) that
we gave you guys, so that should be around somewhere.

>> Add 220v run from kitchen breaker box to darkroom area (is it me, or
>> are there 3 phase 8 gauge supply lines to this box?)

I assume you're thinking of the C41 machine, Miloh? We won't be able
to fit it in the darkroom proper but right now we're thinking it will
go against the wall to the left of the darkroom door. I think as long
as there is actually a plug somewhere reasonably close we can run a
power cable over doorways and such. The main concern is that it not
threaten the kitchen power.

I'll be around tomorrow evening, and next weekend to work on the duct
work for the darkroom.

-Kelly

On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 15:58, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
>
>
>   where's the fan for the toilet room?
>   remember we gotta make sure electrical stuff is
> good before putting sheetrock over the inside
> walls of the facility room.
>   re painting sheetrock: best that the first coat
> is water-based (pva or other primer); then put on
> oil primer, then oil enamel.
>   i believe we can rethink and simplify the runs
> from the sub-panel to the facility room, sink and
> ovens, and other stuff "over there".
>   seems to me all electrical work inside the
> darkroom is all and completely done. what box with
> three #8 wires do you mean?
>   if you can, please let me know in advance when
> you'll be there and i,jim, willll try to join up.
> note i'll be there tomorrow before 3 PM and on
> wednesday before 6 PM.
>
>
> On Mon, 2010-08-09 at 15:37 -0700, miloh wrote:
>> Check on the order of operations, correct if necessary, and add
>> remaining operations
>> Some of this can be done out of this order, or done simultaneously:
>> So, theoretically with more people this will get done faster.
>>
>> It could be blocked out w/r/t timing.
>>
>> Paint ADA bathroom final coat of paint (enamel)
>> Tile ADA bathroom
>> Install fan on ADA bathroom ceiling
>> Install switch and light on bathroom ceiling
>> Install door molding for ADA bathroom
>> Install sink in ADA bathroom
>> Install toilet in ADA bathroom
>> Install ADA bathroom hand rails
>>
>> Sand outside bathroom wall
>> Second mud outside bathroom wall
>> Prime outside bathroom walls (latex primer)
>> Paint outside bathroom walls (latex paint)
>>
>> Finish facility room drywalls
>> Sand facility closet walls
>> Second mud facility closet walls
>> Prime facility closet walls (oil primer)
>> Final coat facility closet walls (enamel)
>>
>> Fix conduit run from kitchen breaker box to hot water heater (follow
>> oven outlet conduit run and run along kitchen wall -- no open air
>> runs)
>> Add a conduit run for an outlet near facility room faucet (largely the
>> same run as the kitchen run)
>> Add 220v run from kitchen breaker box to darkroom area (is it me, or
>> are there 3 phase 8 gauge supply lines to this box?)
>>
>> [fix the following two steps and clarify what needs to be done]
>> Install black pipe air line from darkroom connector (just inside
>> facility closet door)
>> Install black pipe air line from facility closet pipe
>>
>> Install roofing sheets on facilities and ADA bathroom areas
>>
>> Attach air vents in from bathroom and dark room to the windows(keep
>> separate to avoid back flow)
>>
>> wash station wall wood framing
>> wash station basin framing
>> wash station plumbing  (install faucet bib for filling buckets, etc,
>> on down line from delta handle)
>> wash station tiling
>>
>>
>> -Ronald Miloh Alexander
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