Walls. 12 Developer shall provide rustication patterns on all walls, except drainage headwalls, in Aesthetic 13 Area 3 in accordance with Exhibit L2.24 of the LAADCR. The final designs shall resemble these 14 simulations.
Walls. Nails longer than one inch in length, or screws of any kind, cannot be used in walls of a Unit. No TVs may be mounted to the wall. No wallpaper, contact paper, or other decorative covering or finish may be applied to the walls. No change will be made to the type or color of the paint within the Unit. No stenciling or decals are permitted. Heavy Items. Tenant must not place any unusually heavy objects on the floor, such as pool tables, waterbeds, etc. No furniture is to be removed from public areas and residential units for purposes other than relocation or moving out. Removal of furniture for other purposes will be considered disorderly conduct or theft and the person or persons responsible may incur charges for replacement, fines or other disciplinary actions.
Walls. No nails, wall anchor, screws or adhesive hangers except standard picture hooks, shade brackets and curtain rod brackets may be placed in walls, woodwork or any part of Premises.
Walls. Sheetrock (drywall) damage should be patched and fire-taped so that there are no holes in either office or warehouse.
Walls. The Engineer shall prepare the retaining wall layouts showing plan and profile or retaining walls for design by a State approved vendor. The Engineer is responsible for design of geometry and wall stability. The Engineer shall incorporate a slope of 4:1 or flatter from the existing and finished ground line elevation to the face of the retaining wall. Concrete Block Walls (Structural and Landscape) Tied Back Walls Soil Nailed Walls Rock Nailed Walls Drilled Shaft Walls Temporary MSE Walls. The Engineer shall provide layouts (scale 1”=100’), elevations, quantity estimate, summary of quantities, typical cross sections and structural details of all retaining walls within the project. Approximate lengths of the retaining walls as shown on the schematic are listed as below. The Engineer shall determine if any additional walls are required and verify the need for and length of the retaining walls as shown on the schematic. If applicable, the State will provide architectural standard drawings. The Engineer shall incorporate architectural standard drawings into design details. The specific requirements for each item are as follows:
Walls. External walls to be partly glazed, or white painted plasterboard, - or such other plans as may be approved by the Council. Internal walls to be white painted dry lining / plaster finish to masonry / metal stud walls with appropriate acoustic / fire separation to other adjacent spaces / occupiers.
Walls. Purchaser acknowledges that he or she may not, without the prior written consent of the Executive Board of the Association, penetrate the Unit’s interior drywall (or other interior surface material) of any exterior wall or of any demising wall for any reason, including, by way of illustration, but not limitation, running speaker wire or cable in the Unit.
Walls. All walls are to be washed down with clear water and wiped clean and dry, leaving no streaks, smudges, dust or stains. Walls shall have uniformly bright and clean appearance when completed. All wood walls, doors and frames will be thoroughly washed, as needed, with clear water and wiped clean and dry. All nicks and scratches beyond routine touch-up will be reported to the Building Manager for repair. All wooded surfaces will then be oiled with approved finish and wiped dry. When completed, the surfaces shall have a uniformly clean appearance.