This excerpt taken from the C 10-K filed Feb 22, 2008.
1.1. Prior to starting work in the Building, and prior to any construction related personnel entering the Building, the Tenant and the Tenants General Contractor shall both submit Certificates of Insurance to Property Manager.
1.2. All supply diffusers, return diffusers, perimeter induction units, temperature/humidity sensors and other HVAC equipment shall be suitably protected against entry of dirt or debris. Prior to the Tenants contractors leaving the Demised Premises, all supply diffusers, return diffusers, perimeter induction units, temperature/humidity sensors and other HVAC equipment shall be thoroughly cleaned by the Tenants contractor to the satisfaction of the Property Manager.
1.3. Upon completion of a Tenant Alteration which affects the HVAC system, the Tenant shall have the HVAC system rebalanced by a technician certified by the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB). An air balancing report shall be prepared by this technician and said report shall note the design and actual CFM in all locations and must comply with the mechanical design.
1.4. The Tenant shall be responsible for all costs associated with the maintenance and repair of all installations made and equipment installed as a part of the Tenant Alteration. The installation and operation of all Tenant Alterations shall be compatible with all Building systems and standards.
1.5. Plans of existing conditions may be provided by the Building for tenants use. All values shown on these plans are approximated from the original design document. All existing conditions shall be verified-in-field by Tenant to determine actual values.
1.6. All drawings and specifications submitted by the Tenant to the Landlord for the Tenant Alteration shall be prepared, signed and sealed by New York State licensed architects and engineers.
1.7. All work shall be performed at the sole expense of the Tenant.
1.8 All Tenant alterations requiring modifications to base building core closets and/or common areas shall be done so in such a manner as to provide for future Tenant
installations. The Tenant shall submit, as part of their alteration drawing submittal, as-built field investigation drawings indicating existing conditions and how their installation will interface/impact with such. Prior to said installations, all such work shall be coordinated with the Property Manager.