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ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS TENANT HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION Project Fact Sheet Important Telephone Numbers Directions ACCOMMODATIONS Hotels/Motels TENANT IMPROVEMENT INFORMATION Tenant Improvement Construction Information Barricade Specifications Helpful Hints regarding Permit Process Construction Rules Concrete Repair Detail Satellite Dish Information List of REQUIRED Subcontractors List of Architects List of Tenant Improvement Contractors List of Expeditors ORANGE COUNTY DIVISION OF BUILDING SAFETY Commercial Permit Information

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MISCELLANEOUS Utilities Banking Institutions Locksmiths/Security Companies Employment Resources/Classified Advertising/Fire Extinguishers SIGN CRITERIA/STOREFRONT CRITERIA Access these documents on the Simon website
www.simon.com Once you reach the site, click on leasing tab, then choose Orlando Premium Outlets from the drop down menu and click on tenant info package.

ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS PROJECT FACT SHEET

LANDLORD:

CPG Partners, LP 105 Eisenhower Parkway Roseland, NJ 07068 Phone: (973) 228-6111 Fax: (973) 364-4746

MANAGEMENT OFFICE:

Orlando Premium Outlets 8220 Vineland Avenue Suite 750 Orlando, FL 32821 Phone: (407) 238-7787 Fax: (407) 238-7649

ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS


Orange County Building Department 201 South Rosalind Avenue Orlando, FL 32802 Mailing address: P.O. Box 2687 Orlando, FL 32802-2687 Orange County Web Site: Orange County Clerk Fire Marshall Emergency/Sheriff/Ambulance/Police Sheriff Non-Emergency Florida Highway Patrol Emergency Orlando Regional Hospital 9400 Turkey Lake Road Orlando, Florida Sand Lake Hospital 7301 Stonerock Circle #2 Orlando, Florida Centra Care - Urgent Care 4320 W. Vine Street Kissimmee, Florida FedEx Post Office 12133 Apopka Vineland Road (shopping center behind Eckerds) UPS Building Inspector www.ocfl.net/building (407) 836-2065 (407) 836-9088 911 (407) 836-4357 (407) 857-5959 (407) 351-8500

(407) 836-5550 FAX (888) 329-4413

(407) 351-8500

(407) 200-2273

(800) 238-5355 (407) 238-0223

(800) 742-5877 (407) 836-5550

ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS DIRECTIONS


Orlando Premium Outlets is located in Vineland Village. From I-4 Westbound:

Exit 68 (Rte. 535). Left onto Route 535, left at next light onto Vineland Avenue, at Little Lake Bryan; proceed one mile.

From I-4 Eastbound: Exit 68 (old 27). Proceed straight across light at end of ramp onto Vineland Avenue, continue 1 mile. From Orlando International Airport: North on Airport Blvd West on SR-528 Toll ramp to I-4/International Drive/Florida Turnpike Merge onto SR-528 W Toll Road Transition onto I-4 W toward Tampa/Disney World Exit 68 for SR-535 S toward Kissimmee Left at S. Apopka Vineland Road/SR-535 S Left at Vineland Avenue Heading South on International Drive, past Sea World, right at light into Vineland Village (Vineland Avenue).

ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS HOTELS IN ORLANDO AREA


Castle Doubletree Hotel 8629 International Drive Club Hotel by Doubletree. 12490 S. Apopka Vineland Celebrity Resorts 8451 Palm Parkway (407) 345-1511 (407) 239-4646 (407) 238-1700

Comfort Inn (407) 239-7300 8442 Palm Parkway Courtyard by Marriott (407) 239-6900 8501 Palm Parkway Embassy Suites/Lake Buena Vista Resort.. 8100 Lake Avenue Extended Stay.................................................................................... 8100 Palm Parkway Hampton Inn 8150 Palm Parkway Hawthorn Suites 8303 Palm Parkway (407) 239-1144 (407) 239-4300 (407) 465-4150 (800) 527-1133

Hilton Grand Vacations . (407) 238-4457 8200 Vineland Avenue Quality Suites Lake Buena Vista.. 8200 Palm Parkway (407) 465-8200

Radisson Inn (407) 239-8400 8686 Palm Parkway Vistana Resort 8800 Vistana Centre Drive Holiday Inn Family Suites. 18000 International Drive South The Marriott Village. 6649 Westwood Blvd. Buena Vista Suites. 14450 International Drive (407) 239-3100 (407) 387-5437 (407) 206-6286 (407) 239-8588

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Tenant Improvement Construction Information
1. Please provide Landlord with one (1) set of prints, (1) one reproducible set, and an electronic file for the plan review/approval process. An Adobe Acrobat (pdf) file will be acceptable or you can e-mail the file directly to the Tenant Manager. Your tenant improvement drawings must be approved by Landlord prior to commencing work. Please allow 5-10 working days for Landlord review. Please note that tenant is required to provide Landlord with one reproducible set of as-built tenant improvement drawings (including any plan check corrections or engineered plans) and one (1) electronic file upon completion of the store construction.

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All tenant contractors must provide Landlord with an original signed copy of the Construction Rules (see following). The tenant contractor obtaining the tenant improvement permit is the contractor responsible for submitting all required information and certificates of insurance to the Landlord. 4. 5. A tenant may not open for business without a signed executed lease. Due to the structural engineering design of the roof system, Tenants and/or their contractors cannot attach to or construct anything on the bottom of the roof trusses unless approved by Landlord. The street addresses for suites at Orlando Premium Outlets is as follows: Suites 101-1252 Orlando Premium Outlets 8200 Vineland Avenue Orlando, FL 32821 Suite 1401 8182 Vineland Avenue Suites 1501-1599 8174 Vineland Avenue Suites 1601-1699 8158 Vineland Avenue Suites 1701-1799 8166 Vineland Avenue Please use your individual suite number for deliveries. DO NOT have deliveries of store supplies or your tenant improvement construction materials made prior to your store turnover date. A representative of your company must be onsite to receive any deliveries for your store. The Landlord cannot accept any deliveries for your store. No provision has been made for on-site storage until your suite is ready for turnover.

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Tenant Improvement Construction Information Orlando Premium Outlets 7. Tenants and their contractors will be responsible for removal of all construction and store set up debris generated during tenant improvement construction. This includes all debris from store fixtures and initial merchandise deliveries. A trash bin must be ordered from a required waste company (please see subcontractors page) and location of bin must be approved by the General Manager prior to drop-off. Tenants are to order their utility services (electricity, gas and telephone) to begin on their turnover date or their construction start date, whichever is the earlier. See utility company listing in this handbook. Tenant shall make application for electrical service in Tenants name prior to start of Tenants work. If permanent electrical meters are not installed prior to start of Tenant improvement construction, Tenants electrical contractor shall be responsible to provide temporary power and lighting for the Demised Premises, per code, with ground fault protection. Upon completion of the permanent system of electrical power furnished by the Landlord, Tenants contractor may utilize the permanent power from the Tenants panelboard. All Tenants must provide regular maintenance of their HVAC system. Each Tenant is to provide a copy of their maintenance contract to the General Manager within one (1) month of their turnover date. Protection for the HVAC unit(s) (construction filter) must be in place prior to the start of Tenants construction. The HVAC unit must also be cleaned when tenant construction is complete. This is the responsibility of the Tenant, NOT the Landlord. If painting ceiling, HVAC unit must be off not running. Relocation of thermostat controls shall be at the Tenants expense and any repairs or failed installations resulting from incomplete or inadequate relocation shall be the Tenants responsibility. KIOSK STRUCTURE CHANGES: Tenants are to submit preliminary design drawings ONLY and should not commence work on drawings until the design is approved by Landlord. 14. Effective March 8, 1993, every application for a sign permit shall include the following information in accordance with Section 2(2) of the Orange County Sign Ordinance #90-10: A. B. Complete legal description of the property. Dimensioned plot plan (drawn to scale with conventional scale) according to the Site Plan Ordinance #88-14 indicating the location of all proposed, and all existing signs relative to buildings, property lines, rights-of-way, streets, sidewalks and distance of separation between all existing and proposed ground and/or pole signs on site. Drawings

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15. Progress Energy should be able to set a meter within three business days. Please follow the procedures outlined below: A. Call Progress Energy at (877) 372-8477 and tell them you want to establish service for your site # in your name at Orlando Premium Outlets, and the street address noted in item 5 earlier in this section.

Tenant Improvement Construction Information Orlando Premium Outlets 16. Tenants making any changes to the base building fire sprinkler system must submit plans to the required sprinkler contractor. They will re-engineer the sprinklers, provide a plan that can be submitted by Tenants architect for building permit, obtain permit for sprinkler modifications, expedite the work and obtain the necessary inspections. Tenants architect will need to contact them as soon as Tenants layout is complete as Orange County WILL NOT accept drawings for building permit unless the package includes the reengineered sprinkler drawings for Tenants suite. Please make sure your architect is aware of this important first step in the building process. The sprinkler company will directly invoice Tenant. Fees will be based on the number of modifications and/or relocations required as well as the square footage of the suite. 18. CUTTING, WELDING AND GRINDING ACTIVITIES Welding and cutting is not permitted near large quantities of exposed, readily ignitable materials, in areas not authorized by Center Management, or on metal partitions, walls or roofs with combustible covering or with combustible construction. Floors shall be free of combustibles, such as wood shavings. If the floor is of combustible material, it should be kept wet or otherwise protected. If combustibles are closer than 35 feet to the welding, grinding, or cutting process, and the work cannot be moved or the combustibles relocated at least 35 feet away, they should be protected with flameproofed covers, metal guards, etc. (Note: only nonasbestos, flame-retardant materials should be used for protective covers. For information on the use of welding blankets and their selection, see Environment, Safety and Health Bulletin DOE/EH-0039. Issue 19, Welding Blankets: The Unexpected Hazards, dated March 1987). Openings in walls, floors, or ducts within 35 feet of the work shall be covered.

Cutting, grinding, or welding on pipes or other metal in contact with combustible walls, partitions, ceilings, or roofs should not be done when close enough to cause ignition by heat conduction. The Landlord shall be notified whenever welding, grinding, and cutting activities are scheduled to be performed, and also including when the following conditions exist: Appreciable combustible materials (in the buildings construction or contents), are closer than 35 feet to the point of operation. Appreciable combustibles are more than 35 feet away, but are easily ignited by sparks.

Wall or floor openings within a 35 foot radius expose combustible material in adjacent areas, including concealed spaces in walls or floors. Contractors are required to notify the Center Management office 48 hours in advance of any cutting, welding or grinding work to be performed, to arrange for a Fire Watch. Any additional costs involved in providing a fire watch will be the responsibility of the tenant contractor.

Tenant Improvement Construction Information Orlando Premium Outlets 19. Burglar Alarms / Perimeter Intrusion Security Devices All such devices must be approved by the Landlord prior to installation, including application of "riot glass" or any type of film to doors and/or windows. No exterior alarms, strobe lights, or other enunciator devices may be mounted on storefronts. Due to potential interference with the Center's fire alarm system, "Smoke Cloak", or similar systems which generate smoke, are prohibited. Application of any decals to storefronts referencing Security protection must be done in compliance with Premium Outlet's Storefront Criteria. 20. 21. A tenant may not open for business without a signed executed lease. Visitor Name Badges No contractor is allowed on our property without wearing a visitor badge. A contractor may pick up badges for his entire crew at the mall office. These badges self destruct within 24 hours, thus every day you must get new ones. Everyone working in the suite must wear a badge. If security sees an expired badge, you will be asked to obtain a new one at the office before any other work can be performed.

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Food Tenant Design Requirements

Below is the minumum design requirements that must be used by ALL Food and Food Court Tenants for all kitchen prep areas. This requirement is to prevent any mositure or dampness penetrating the demising wall(s) that can lead to damage to the food space and/or adjoining spaces. Demising and/or concrete walls:
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Demising walls must be moisture resistant gypsum board w/ Sporgard (National Gypsum) on metal studs. Other wall options acceptable by landlord would be Hardibacker prior to installing wall finishes or Ultracode drywall, by USG. All concrete walls, rear or demising, must be furred out with the above specs, no exceptions.

2. Install water proof membrane a minumum of 24 above floor. 3. FRP applied to all walls to a minumum height or 48 above wall base tile, and caulked with a silicone sealant. 4. Metal or PVC corner guard must be applied to all corners and caulked with a silicone sealant. Flooring area: 1. Floor tile and flooring base installed must be sealed. This application should be re-applied semi-annually. 2. Floor drains must be installed in any food preparation area that require cleaning methods of hosing or washing walls. It is the tenant responsibility to make certain that all flooring is sloped for proper drainage to the floor drain(s). Tile/Grout: Must have Durock and /or equal applied to studs.

ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS Barricade Specifications


If a barricade will be used, the tenant is REQUIRED to supply and install graphics as outlined below.
1 x 4 Molding along top, bottom & corners Exterior, Finished T III Board, 4 on center Painted White by Tenant/GC

4 x 2 Tenant Brand/Logo Opening Soon or Open Date (Panel provided

4 x 2 Tenant Brand/Logo Opening Soon or Open Date (Panel provided

4 x 2 Tenant Brand/Logo Opening Soon or Open Date (Panel provided

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Barricades must be erected if there is any construction that goes beyond or on the exterior front wall of the tenant space. These barricades must be painted with 3 coats of white paint, and Graphics are required. Tenant contractor must maintain a safe environment for customers and employees during construction period. All work areas must be inaccessible or blocked off from customer/employee flow. Barricade Construction Notes:
No openings are permitted.

All supporting must be concealed behind the barricade 3. Placement & design must be approved in writing by LL PRIOR to installation. 4. Signage/Graphics: 2mm black pvc, 2x4 with white optima bold lettering to be ordered and approved by management office prior to fabrication. *Food Court Barricades MUST go to top of ceiling to prevent dust in food court area.

ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS Helpful Hints


Plan Submittal and Permit Process To assist you through the Plan Submittal and Permit Process, the Orange County Division of Building Safety has made available a website containing all the pertinent information and forms necessary to complete the process. Please visit their website at www.ocfl.net/building. The Orange County Division of Building Safety prefers that all Drawings and Permit Applications be submitted in person to Plans Coordination at 201 South Rosalind Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32802. Plans Coordination can be reach at (407) 836-5760. See attached brochure for additional information. Rear Exit Door Based on the design of the tenant space, the Orange County Building & Safety Department may require tenant to have a rear exit corridor from the sales area. A corridor will be required if the travel distance to the front door exceeds 75 feet from the furthest point in the sales area. This distance is calculated by measuring the distance from the main door straight back to one foot away from the stockroom wall, then at a 90 degree angle, the distance to one foot away from the furthest demising wall. A separate corridor is required for any total distance over 75 feet. Also we have been informed that if the measured distance is greater than 85 feet, this corridor must be fire rated as well. Please review your space design/layout to determine if you must comply. If you have any questions, contact your architect and the Building Division of Orange County: 407-836-5577. Additional information is available on their web site: www.ocfl.net/building

Helpful Hints Architect Information Please have your State of Florida licensed architect research all codes. Confirm requirements! Please ensure your architect complies. Permit Time The permit process takes at least two months depending on completeness of your architects information. Many plans will not get a permit on the first review. Re-submittals can take up to another week. Be prepared and get your plans in EARLY! When several tenant improvement plans come in for review at the same time, the review process may take longer.
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2. When permit is ready to be picked up, a phone call will be placed to the contact person listed on the permit application. Minimum Information to be Included on Plans

All drawings are to be of sufficiently large scale so as to be easily readable. Show project name, date, scale and North arrow on plans Cover sheet showing location of Tenant Improvement within the complex, Name of Tenant, size of suite, suite number, statements that address whether or not the Tenant has modified the Lighting, Fire Sprinklers or HVAC. Reflected ceiling plan indicating height, lighting and HVAC. Name of every room, closet, office specifying its use. Entry and exit doors; wall, floor and ceiling finishes. Display racks over 6 high. Non-permanent display racks less than 6 in height should be specified as such if shown. Dressing rooms, counters, aisles should meet Florida State Accessibility code. Fire Extinguishers. If HVAC or lighting is revised beyond relocating lights or diffusers, mechanical and electrical plans should be provided, signed and sealed by State of Florida licensed engineers.

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Construction Rules 1. CHECK-IN Visitor Name Badges No contractor is allowed on our property without wearing a Visitor Badge. A contractor may pick up badges for his entire crew at the mall office. These badges change colors within 24 hours, thus every day you must get new ones. Everyone working in the suite must wear a badge. If security sees an expired badge, you will be asked to obtain a new one at the office before any other work can be performed. Contractors will not be permitted to start work until the following items have been met: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Contractor furnishes proper evidence of required insurance coverage The fee for the trash removal. Contractor furnishes copy of building permit. Contractor furnishes names and phone numbers (office and home or local) of contractors supervisory personnel. Contractor furnishes names and phone numbers of prime subcontractors. Contractor acknowledges receipt via an executed original copy of these Construction Rules. Lease has been executed/hold harmless. The Tenant/Tenant Contractor shall furnish Landlord with all required information prior to commencing construction. Failure to do so will entitle Landlord not to turnover space. When construction is complete, the tenant/tenant contractor must submit a final set of as builts, on CD, in addition to a copy of the Certificate of Occupancy. The Landlord may also require a post-inspection of the store to ensure work was performed per Landlord approved plans. 2. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

Please see below example Certificates of Insurance. Each certificate you submit must be filled out according to applicable certificate. Each line item must meet our requirements. There will be no exceptions.

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PROPER DISPOSAL AND/OR CLEANING OF WATER BASED MATERIALS AND HAZARDOUS WASTE The General Contractor and/or the On-Site Coordinator for the General Contractor will be held responsible for all sub-contractors and vendors involved in the tenant improvement job, for the proper disposal and/or cleaning of water based materials and hazardous waste. It is the Contractors responsibility to monitor the activities of all persons involved in the tenant improvement job, and to see that the following rules are abided by. 1. Under NO circumstances are the storm drains to be utilized for the disposal of any liquid or product. 2. Any hazardous waste material (including oil-based paints, enamels, chemicals, etc.) must be disposed of through legal and approved methods. Under NO circumstances are hazardous waste materials to be disposed of in any trash bin, storm drain, sewer drain or landscaped area. 3. Any cleaning of tools, surfaces or equipment involving a water-based or latex substance, must be done within the tenant space and all by-product of that substance, must be processed through the sewer/ plumbing system. 4. If the tenant space does not have water and/or plumbing facilities, arrangements for water and cleaning/ disposal as noted above, must be arranged through the Management Office. 5. Under NO circumstances are the public restrooms to be used for the above noted conditions, or any other condition associated with the improvement of the tenant space. 6. All materials incorporated in the tenant space shall be 100 percent free of asbestoscontaining materials.

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LICENSE REQUIREMENTS Tenant shall only employ contractors/subcontractors licensed, as required, by state and/or local jurisdictions, if applicable. WORK AREA All of contractors work, storage of materials, construction office, etc., must be confined to within the Demised Premises. Landlord shall have no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any loss or damage to property belonging to Tenant or its contractor, and left in the Demised Premises or anywhere else. DELIVERIES Deliveries will be made only through entrances and routes designated by Landlords onsite representative. All deliveries through the public shopping area must be completed before the center is open to the public. Landlord will establish delivery routes which are subject to change. If items are too large to fit through the tenants rear entrance, contractor shall request and get the centers prior permission to deliver through the main entrance. The common area corridors cannot be used as storage they must remain clear and free of all obstructions at all time.

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Construction Rules 7. PARKING Parking for construction personnel will be permitted in Landlord designated areas only. Trucks and/or trailers must not be left on the property without permission from the Landlord. LOADING ZONES Loading Zones will be kept open for deliveries when possible. Parking in Loading Zones is strictly PROHIBITED. Delivery vehicles must be completely unloaded at curb side and then moved out. Unattended parked vehicles in Loading Zones will be tagged or towed at the expense of the Tenant serviced by the vehicle. PRE-OPENING SERVICES A. Electricity/Gas If permanent power has not been installed prior to the start of tenant improvement construction, Tenants contractor shall be responsible to provide temporary power and lighting for the Demised Premises, per code, with ground fault protection. Temporary power by generator or electrical usage charges are the responsibility of the Tenant. B. C. Water - Water for construction purposes can be made available. Contact Landlords onsite representative if your suite does not have an existing restroom. Telephone - Pay telephones may not be available on-site. Contractors are advised to make telephone arrangements with the local carrier prior to arrival for construction telephone service. Trash Removal - Tenants, Tenant Contractors, all sub-contractors and suppliers are required to remove trash and construction debris from the Demised Premises and to arrange for dumpster service in designated areas. Contractor must provide a waste container schedule including placement, delivery and pick-up dates. Placement of dumpster must be coordinated with on-site Landlord representative. Tenant trash and debris accumulating within the store, in the shopping center, in public areas or loading areas will be removed by Landlord at Tenant's expense. Tenant agrees to pay such expenses to Landlord upon demand. Order roll-off drop box from required contractor. (See required subcontractors page)

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FIRE SPRINKLER PROTECTION Tenant contractors shall provide fire extinguishers within the premises as required by Public Safety Officials. All fire sprinkler system modifications must be performed by the required Sprinkler subcontractor and must be tied into Landlords existing fire sprinkler system, if applicable. (See required subcontractors page) Any changes to existing fire sprinkler system must be submitted to and approved by the Fire and Building Departments. Prior to deactivating sprinklers, Center Management must be notified 24 hours in advance of a shut down. Any time a tenant/ tenants general or sprinkler contractor requires a fire sprinkler system shutdown, a check must be collected, payable to the centers entity, in the amount specified by Center Management PRIOR to providing access to the space or taking any action to permit draining the system in order to perform the requested sprinkler work. Notification of a shutdown that extends after operating hours will require a fire watch. Should the fire watch entail additional unbudgeted Security hours, the center may invoice the tenant to cover these incremental costs.

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FIRE ALARM - BUILDING MONITORING SYSTEM If the Fire Department determines that additional alarm devices are required, all Building Monitoring System modifications must be performed by the landlord required Fire Alarm contractor and tied into the Landlords existing monitoring system, if applicable. (See required subcontractors page) Prior to deactivating monitoring system, Center Management must be notified. This procedure will be similar to the sprinkler process as stated in this section. If the tenants General Contractor is installing duct work, the duct detector MUST be installed by the Landlords required contractor and tied into the Landlord existing monitoring system. All Building Monitoring System pull stations and horn/strobes must be clear of all obstructions. Tenant/Tenant Contractor to verify existing locations in field.

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ELECTRICAL/SECURITY ALARMS The contractor shall not enter any electrical room without the centers permission. No security alarm boxes, horns, sirens or doorbells shall be installed on or above storefronts. MECHANICAL SYSTEM Tenants mechanical contractor will need to provide an HVAC balance report, at the end of construction to Landlord. SLAB Tenant and Tenant flooring contractors are responsible for minor floor patching in accordance with good installation practices as well as for the determination of compatibility of flooring products and/or adhesive with Landlord's concrete slab. Landlord does not accept responsibility and will not be liable for water vapor emissions through the slab that exceed flooring manufacturer's recommendations or are due to the effects of saw cutting. UNDERSLAB WORK All work must be coordinated with and approved by the Operations Manager. All slab saw cutting or penetrations require that replacement slab be installed with reinforced concrete. In some suites, saw cutting is not allowed because it will interfere with the structural integrity of the building. The Tenant/Tenants general contractor is responsible to ensure that there are no underground utilities/services BEFORE cutting any concrete, anywhere on the property. The Tenant will be liable for all repairs and/or lost business due to a utility or service interruption as a result of cutting the slab.

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Construction Rules 15. WORK PRACTICES All work practices and personnel performing work in Tenant spaces must be compatible with the practices and personnel employed by Landlord. Upon notice that any work practices or personnel are not compatible, the Tenant shall be responsible for the immediate termination of said practices or the immediate removal of said personnel from the Shopping Center property. Contractor work shall be performed in a thorough, first-class and workmanlike manner and shall be in good and usable condition at the date of completion thereof. If, in the centers judgment the work fails to comply with this standard, the Tenant will not be allowed to open until any discrepancies are remedied. The contractors employees must not curse, expectorate or otherwise act unprofessionally and must wear shirts and safety glasses as well as adhere to all other OSHA regulations on this project at all times. 16. USE OF SHOPPING CENTER Access to the Mall shall be subject to control at all times by Landlord for purposes of Landlord security and for protecting the Shopping Center finishes from damage. At no time shall the Shopping Center be used by Tenant Contractor or its employees for lounging, eating, rest breaks, etc. Tenant shall be responsible for seeing that this rule is strictly observed by his contractor(s). PROTECTION OF WORK AND PROPERTY Tenant and Tenant Contractor shall protect their work from damage and shall protect the work of other Tenants and Landlord from damage by Tenant, Tenant Contractor and their employees and subcontractors. Work area is limited to your tenant space only. Protection for the HVAC unit(s) (construction filter) must be in place prior to the start of Tenants construction. The HVAC unit must also be cleaned when tenant construction is complete. This is the responsibility of the Tenant, NOT the Landlord. If painting ceiling, sawcutting or heavy sanding, HVAC unit must be off not running. 18. STRICTLY PROHIBITED WORK AND PRACTICES A. Any combustible materials above finished ceilings or in any other concealed non-sprinkle space. B. Imposing any structural load, temporary or permanent, on any part of the Landlords work or structure without the approval of Landlords Engineer. C. Cutting any holes or trenching in Landlord installed floor slabs. Cutting any holes in Landlord installed walls or roof. CORRECTIVE WORK DONE BY LANDLORD Any sums which shall become due to Landlord by Tenant or its contractor as a result of and arising out of Tenants construction work (including without limitations, in-slab plumbing line installed by Landlord, electricity charges during construction, trash removal and damage to Landlords property) shall be considered as additional rent, and shall become payable immediately upon demand by Landlord.

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Construction Rules 20. ROOFING Tenant shall employ the Landlords required roofing subcontractor for such work as Tenants own agent and contractor. (See required subcontractors page) The work shall be performed in such a manner that the Landlords building schedule, Landlords roofing guarantee, and the work to be performed by other Tenants of the Shopping Center will not be affected adversely. ROOF STRUCTURE For items affecting structure (i.e.. roof top units), Tenants are to submit preliminary design drawings ONLY and should not commence work on drawings until the design is approved by Landlord. Due to the structural engineering design of the roof system, Tenants and/or their contractors cannot attach to or construct anything on the bottom of the roof trusses unless approved by Landlord. Drilling or bolting through structural members is prohibited. Uni-struts, C-Clamps, and tension brackets are allowed for attachments to structural joist system above.If a structural engineer is needed to determine any structural calculations with Tenant drawings, Tenant is responsible for these services and costs. Roof openings, including necessary curbs and flashings to accommodate the installation of the Tenants work, shall be located as directed by the Landlord. All work to be coordinated in advance with the onsite management team. 22. CUTTING, WELDING AND GRINDING ACTIVITIES Welding and cutting is not permitted near large quantities of exposed, readily ignitable materials, in areas not authorized by Center Management, or on metal partitions, walls or roofs with combustible covering or with combustible construction. DUST, DIRT, SMELLS AND NOISE Tracking dust and dirt into the common area is prohibited. Contractors employees should remove as much dirt and dust as possible before entering the common area. Proper care must be taken when working with glues, paints and any other materials requiring special ventilation. Such smells must not waft into the common area or other tenant spaces. Loud noises, particularly those created by the use of jackhammers, rivet guns and grinding equipment, shall not be used during center hours without the centers prior permission. All radios and music must be kept at a low volume that cannot be heard outside the tenant space. 24. CLEAN-OUTS Some tenant suites may have furred out columns with access panels to an existing roof drain clean out. Access panels, whether in front or rear of space, is to remain clear of all obstructions. Floor clean-outs are also to remain clear of all obstructions. ANIMALS/PETS Service Animals trained specifically to assist disabled person are permitted on property, all other animals as strictly prohibited.

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WEAPONS Possession of any article defined as a weapon, whether illegal or not, is at no time permitted on property, unless such weapon is in the possession of a law enforcement officer required to carry such a weapon.

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INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT indemnify, defend and hold harmless SIMON/CHELSEA ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT, L.P., and CPG Partners, LP, its subsidiaries, its affiliates, its officers, employees and agents, hereinafter referred to as CPG, from and against any and all claims and demands of any nature whatsoever (including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, claims for consequential damages, loss of profits and damage to property of CPG), including costs, litigation expenses, counsel fees and liabilities incurred in connection therewith, arising out of injury to, or death of, any person whatsoever owned, caused in whole or in part by the acts of omissions of , and subcontractor, materialmen, or any other person directly or indirectly employed by them, or any of them, while engaged in the performance of the work or any activity associated therewith or relative thereto.

The center also has the right to stop work in progress for violation of the above rules and regulations. TENANT CONTRACTORS ACKNOWLEDGMENT I have read, understand and agree to observe the above Construction Rules Numbers 1 through 27 and have taken possession of the demised space. Date Contractor Working in Store Number By Tenant

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ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS SATELLITE DISH INFORMATION


INSTALLATION OF MASTER ANTENNA A. If Landlord grants Tenant the right to install, maintain, repair, use and operate a satellite dish antenna (the Equipment) in a location that is mutually agreed upon by the parties on the roof of or adjacent to the Demised Premises as agreed to by landlord. Tenant shall comply with all the requirements and provisions of the Lease. The plans and specifications for the Equipment and the design and installation therefore shall have been approved by Landlord prior to its installation. The Tenant acknowledges and agrees that such right shall be subject to renovation by Landlord in the event that at any time hereafter Landlord shall install a master satellite communications system that shall be intended for the use of the tenants of the Shopping Center. B. Tenant shall be responsible for all costs and expenses associated with such installation, maintenance, repair, use, operation and removal of the Equipment. The installation and maintenance thereof shall be performed in such a manner so as not to adversely affect Landlords roof guaranty. Landlord shall have no liability whatsoever in connection with the Equipment, shall have no liability or responsibility for any damage, injury or loss to the Equipment, and Tenant hereby releases and discharges Landlord from any such damage, injury or loss.

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The Equipment shall be screened in so that the Equipment itself will not be visible from the ground. In addition, the location of the Equipment on the roof of the Demised Premises, as screened in, will be such so as to minimize its visibility from the Common Areas of the Shopping Center. Compliance with all Requirements, applicable building codes and other applicable codes and regulations. If installed on the roof, the Equipment shall be installed on rubber pads located beneath the stanchion supports, and under no circumstances shall Tenant make any penetrations or other alterations in or to the roof. Tenant shall be responsible, at its sole cost and expense, for obtaining, securing and maintaining all applicable governmental and quasi-governmental permits, licenses, authorizations and approvals required in order to install, maintain, use and operate the Equipment and for otherwise complying with all applicable governmental and quasigovernmental rules, laws, ordinances and the Declaration. If Landlord so requests in writing, Tenant, at its sole cost and expense, shall cause the Equipment to be removed from the roof of the Demised Premises at the expiration or sooner termination of this lease. Tenant, at its sole cost and expense, shall be responsible and liable for the repair of any and all damage to the roof of the Demised Premises or to the Demised Premises itself or to the Shopping Center resulting from, caused by or as a consequence of the installation, operation, use, repair, removal or maintenance of the Equipment.

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Satellite Dish Information G. Tenant shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Landlord from and against, and pay, any and all claims, actions, suits, losses, liabilities, costs and expenses incurred by or commenced against Landlord resulting from or relating to or in any manner arising out of the use, operation, installation, repair, removal or maintenance of the Equipment. Tenant shall cause the installation, maintenance, repair, use, operation and removal of the Equipment itself to be covered under Tenants insurance policies required to be carried and maintained by Tenant under the Lease (with Landlord being an additional named insured thereunder) and Tenant shall provide Landlord with copies of certificates of insurance evidencing such coverage. Satellite equipment must be light gray in color to match roof and must be in alignment with other rooftop equipment. It must be painted first on the ground and then installed on the roof by Landlord required roofer at Tenants expense.

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TEMPORARY TENANT PROCEDURES FROM ORANGE COUNTY Temporary tenants are considered tenants that will not be performing any construction and/or electrical work. The tenant must:
1.

Obtain an Occupational License (2nd floor). The tenant

needs: a) A Legal Description of the property. b) Article of incorporation or, if not incorporated, a document showing legal company. c) Federal ID Number or Social Security Number 2. Pay fee. Fee is based on the number of employees. Most costs are based on from 1 to 10 employees, which equals $30.00. The License is then reviewed and signed by zoning, and the tenant can then proceed downstairs to obtain the Use Permit. For the use permit the tenant needs: 1. 2. 3. 4. Copy of the Occupational License application. Scaled/dimensional floor plan. (See sample floor plan in Section >>>). Property owners name, address and telephone number. Total square footage of space.

Minimum fee. We have been advised by Orange County that all of the above can be done in one day. After the paperwork is complete, an inspection is scheduled. After the Building Inspector does his inspection, the tenant may open. 3. Fire extinguishers, as required, must be provided by the Tenant. The Tenant must apply for telephone/data service, as well as provide temporary identification for the space. (See signage criteria for temporary sign guidelines). All drawings including signage plans must be submitted to the Landlord for review and approval. When you bring the above documents to the Plans Coordination Section of the Building Department, a use permit will be issued and an inspection will need to be scheduled. The inspection can be scheduled for the following workday or a day of your choice, upon request. The inspection may be scheduled by calling the automated system at 407-836-2825 or the office line at 407-836-5521. The inspectors hours are Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Someone must be present during those times on the day of the inspection to grant access to the inspector. Please verify with local jurisdiction since code and procedure may have been modified.

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TEMPORARY TENANT GUIDELINES To obtain your Certificate of Occupancy, please call the Records Department at 407-836-5768 one working day after you have passed inspection. Please be ready to give your building permit number which is located in the upper right hand corner of your building permit receipt beginning with the letter B. If you have any questions, please contact Plans Coordination at 407-836-5660 Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Health and Rehabilitative Services/Orange County Public Health Unit Environmental Health An application fee is required for the existing systems verification. Additional permit fees will be required if the existing septic facilities are required to be upgraded. Occupational License Fee Fees appropriate to the type of business, according to the Countys approved fee schedule, are charged by the Occupational License Office at the time the license is issued. The fees are in addition to all other fees charged by the various departments. Please verify with local jurisdiction since code and procedure may have been modified.

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TEMPORARY POWER GUIDELINES There must be an active Orange County building permit to apply for temporary power. To apply for temporary power, a Ground Fault quad receptacle MUST be installed at the bottom of the electrical panel, to be used for construction purposes. 1) Amend the existing electrical permit to reflect the installation of the ground fault receptacles. If there is no electrical permit required for the buildout, an electrical permit WILL BE REQUIRED for temporary power. 2) Complete a pre-power application form available from Orange County. indicate that the pre-power is for: The application must

A. The installation of a quad GFI receptacle to be used for construction purposes. B. Lighting C. HVAC All other circuits in the panel MUST be turned off and the panel is to be locked. 3) File the application with the County. 4) Complete the work and schedule an inspection. GUIDE TO OBTAINING A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY Documents needed for a Use Permit: Copy of Occupational License Application; Scaled/Dimensional floor plan; Property owners name, address and telephone number A minimum fee

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SIGN PERMITS Effective March 8, 1993, every application for a sign permit shall include the following information in accordance with Section 2(2) of the Orange County Sign Ordinance #90-10: Complete legal description of the property. 2. Dimensioned plot plan (drawn to scale with conventional scale) according to the Site Plan Ordinance #88-14 indicating the location of all proposed and all existing signs relative to buildings, property lines, rights-of-way, streets, sidewalks, and distance of separation between all existing and proposed ground and/or pole signs on site. Drawings

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IF CONSTRUCTION WILL BE PERFORMED: Submittal of plans to Landlord required Submittal of plans to Building Department Business License Required Signage & Permit Required Construction Permit Required Length of time to acquire construction permit Yes X Yes X Yes X Yes X Yes X 21 Days No No No No No

ASSUMING NO CONSTRUCTION: Submittal of plans to Landlord required Submittal of plans to Building Department Business License Required Signage & Permit Required Construction Permit Required Length of time to acquire construction permit Inspection needed to get Certificate of Occupancy Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes X X X X X X 2 days No No No No No No

COMMENTS: * If tenant installs a sign, permit is required.

VERIFY WITH THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT AS THE INFORMATION ABOVE MAY HAVE CHANGED.

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TEMPORARY STOREFRONT SIGN CRITERIA


The guidelines established will ensure tenants are consistent with quality and are compatible with the architectural character of the center. This criteria is for signage that will be installed for a period of (12) twelve months or less. Signs shall be located only on the spaces and on the surfaces specifically provided for same on the building elevations. The appropriate location of each sign will be the Landlords decision. Signage size shall be dictated by the building type the tenant is located in. One storefront sign is permitted. Because each center differs, this criteria may be altered slightly to meet all Premium Outlet Centers requirements. Submittals, Approvals, Installation, Insurance requirements all must conform to the established sign criteria for the Premium Outlet Center. Prior to installation, sign contractor must check in at the General Managers Office at the Premium Outlet Center. If local jurisdiction requires a permit, please present a copy to the on-site Landlord representative at the time of check-in. It is the tenants responsibility to verify with the local jurisdictions if any permits for temporary signs are required. Design A minimum 8 x 11 drawing of the Temporary sign must be submitted for Landlord approval at least 2 weeks before installation for review/approval. Sample color chips of any special finishes if required must be attached. Upon no circumstances can the temporary sign be installed without prior approval and/or permit as required by local ordinance. Signs shall be limited to letters and/or logos designating the store name/logo as set forth in signed lease documents between Tenant and Landlord. Tenant shall display their registered trade name/logo only. Registered Trademark Symbols are permitted subject to Landlord review/approval fabrication requirements. The colors and typestyles of all signs shall be subject to Landlords approval. The color of all lettering shall be compatible with the building color and provide sufficient contrast with the background color of the building wall on which the sign is located. Size The size of the sign will be at the discretion of the Landlord. The size is based on the elevation of the building and neighboring signs. The sign cannot exceed the size restrictions of the Centers Sign Criteria. OPTION 1 Materials Individual cut out letters must be fabricated from Foam Plex or Ultraboard type material, painted approved color with 1/8 plex (same color) applied to face of letters/logo. The thickness of material is to be a minimum 1/4 to a maximum of to prevent distortion, warping or buckling. Installation Tenant is responsible for design, fabrication, and installation. Approved letters and/or logo will be attached to the building only with clear silicone. The silicone must be used as sparingly as the application permits. (Little beads of silicone on each letter; NO PENETRATIONS!)

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Option 1 example:

Option 2 Materials Individual thick cut out letters from Foam Plex or Ultraboard, mounted to a 1/8 thick sintra or aluminum background panel via double sided tape with silicone. Typical maximum height of the background panel is 2 high, but varies according to permanent sign sizes required for permanent type tenant signage in Centers criteria. Installation Panel to be screwed to fascia. Screw head to be covered with background panel color. Sign installer must use the minimum amount of screws to securely fasten the sign to the building. Option 2 examples:

When Tenant vacates or installs permanent sign, Tenant is responsible for restoring the fascia of the building back to its previous condition, i.e.: removal of any silicone residue, patching holes, stucco repair, re-painting etc. Final approval and acceptance of any such repairs shall be solely at the discretion of a representative of Landlord. Inspection of completed repair must be performed by Tenant and inspected and accepted by a representative of the Premium Outlet Center. Additional Center Visibility Any additional visibility of a sale including flyers, etc. must be coordinated with the on-site Center Management and approved by the Premium Outlets Marketing Department.

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List of Required Tenant Subcontractors
STOREFRONT GLAZING AND DOORS Harmon Inc. Mark Richards 407-522-3000 Fax 407-522-3059 mrichards@harmoninc.com EIFS REPAIR Landmark Contracting 407-264-0100 phone 407-264-0055 fax mhass@landmarkcontracting.org Eagle Finishes 321-639-0821 phone 321-639-0822 fax eaglefinishes@bellsouth.net ROOFER Hartford South, Inc. Jay Rintelmann 407-857-9392 Fax 407-859-2740 jay@hartfordsouth.com SPRINKLERS Simplex Grinnell, LP 6830 Shadowridge Dr, Ste 211 Orlando, FL 32812 (800) 299 - 4377 Karen Patrick Natl Contact FIRE ALARMS Florida Fire and Sound, Inc. 407-298-8812 Fax: 407-297-5882 TRASH Waste Management 800-917-3619

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List of Architects
BURKE, HOGAN & MILLS ASSOCIATES Bob Burke IBARRA COLLABORATIVE INTERNATIONAL Dianna Ibarra L2 STUDIOS Tim Lemons MORRIS ARCHITECTS ROGERS LOVELOCK & FRITZ, INC. Susan Pendergrass VOA ASSOCIATES, INC. Carl Shae (407) 629-4511 (407) 895-9565 (407) 648-8888 (407) 839-0414 (407) 647-1039 (407) 425-2500

List of Tenant Improvement Contractors


JIMERICO CONSTUCTION Jim OBrian DOTY & ASSOCIATES David Hyde KCS CONTRACTORS Dan Kirkendahl LANDMARK CONSTRUCTION Michael Haas RICHTER & RATNER Joe Brisbaine STORE CRAFTERS Alan Plantone SCHMID CONSTRUCTION Tom Dozier (352) 429 0343 (352) 429-3142 fax (770) 662-8215 (903) 870-0091 (407) 832-2857 (718) 497-1600 (585) 865-5350 (352) 243-3720 (352) 552-8624 cell

Note: The above list represents firms which have performed work on behalf of owner or tenants at the shopping center, and is provided solely for the convenience of Tenant. The inclusion of any firm or individual on this list should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by owner, and owner disclaims any such endorsement, express or implied.

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LIST OF EXPEDITORS
TEAM K-5 CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION Don Kirby KENT FAHEY RETAIL PERMITS Kent Fahey PERMITTING DIV. CONSOLIDATED SERVICES Cecil Edmondson BURKE BALES & MILLS ASSOCIATES BUTLER LEMONS DESIGNS, INC. DON & SUSAN YOUNG KIRBY DOTY & ASSOCIATES EXPEDITING UNLIMITED KCS CONTRACTORS (407) 469-5599 (800) 556-8641 (407) 423-5419 (407) 629-4511 (407) 648-8888 (407) 469-5599 (770) 662-8215 (904) 676-6769 (903) 870-0091

Note: The above list represents firms which have performed work on behalf of owner or tenants at the shopping center, and is provided solely for the convenience of Tenant. The inclusion of any firm or individual on this list should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by owner, and owner disclaims any such endorsement, express or implied.

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ORANGE COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION OF BUILDING SAFETY PLANS COORDINATION

COMMERCIAL PERMIT INFORMATION


Commercial Plans Review Status
Follow the progress of your plans review by entering website address:

www.ocfl.net/building
Plan Review Submittal Information
New construction requires 9 sets of signed and sealed plans and will take approximately 21 days per submittal. Alterations require 6 sets of signed and sealed plans and will take approximately 7 days per submittal. To check status of plans review, please call our automated system at 407-836-2825 or access our web page at:

www.orangecountyfl.net/ebuilding/planreview/cpr.asp
Please do not contact Plans Coordination or reviewing Divisions for status until time period is up.

Submittal Information for Corrections


Corrections for new construction require 9 sets of signed and sealed plans. Corrections for alterations require 6 sets of signed and sealed plans. Exception: If only one division denies the project, please contact Plans Coordination at 407-836-5760 for plan submittal requirement. Payment of re-submittal fee will be due at the time of the 3rd plan review submittal. No Exceptions. For applicable re-submittal fee please contact Plans Coordination at 407-836-5760 or refer to the Commercial Review Permit Fee Schedule (Form 120) at:

www.orangecountyfl.net/reference/forms-files
Persons Authorized To Pull Permit(s)
Licensed General Contractor and/or Building Contractor is required to pull a permit.

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Exceptions: For permits with a Building Division value of $1,000.00 or less, a tenant with a notarized letter from the property owner authorizing them to do the work and pull the permit. For permits with a Building Division value of $25,000.00 or less, owner of the property. The owner must own and use property for own business use.

Documentation Required To Pick Up Permit(s):


Page 2 (Building Permit Application Information) of the application, signed by the owner of the property and contractor. Both signatures must be notarized. One original is needed for each application. Exception: Not required if Building Division value is $2,500 and under. Notarized Power of Attorney from contractor specifying project name, project number and address (for each plan submittal); if the licensed contractor does not appear in person. Certified copy of recorded Notice of Commencement.

Payment. We accept business/personal checks, cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, debit cards. Information Letters
An Information letter will state that a project permit is ready to be issued and will include all pending fees. Financial institutions will frequently ask for these letters for financing. To request an information letter please submit a written request to the Senior Permit Analyst, Plans Coordination, Orange County Building Division, 201 South Rosalind Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801 and a check payable to Orange County Division of Building Safety for $15.00. Please allow 24 hours for request to be processed.

Revisions Please contact Plans Coordination at 407-836-5760 for requirements on submitting revisions after permit issuance. Permit Extensions To request an extension submit a written request to the Senior Permit Analyst, Plans Coordination, Orange County Building Division, 201 South Rosalind Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801 and a check payable to Orange County Division of Building Safety for $30.00. Please note extensions are only valid for 90 days and are granted only once per permit. Permit must be in an active status to qualify for an extension.
If additional information is required, please contact Plans Coordination at 407-836-5760.

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View each phase of Plans Review anytime Sign up for email notification of your status Forward results to your design professional See updates in Real Time Track information and permit status as it is
reviewed by divisions Project Number: B_______________________ Authorization Number: _____________________ Any questions, please contact Plans Coordination at 407-836-5760

www.orangecountyfl.net/ebuilding/planreview/cpr.asp
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LIST OF TENANT IMPROVEMENT SUBCONTRACTORS
DEMOLITION Central Environmental Services 407-295-7005 EIFS Eagle Finishes Tom Reedy 321-302-8098 ELECTRICAL Kelly Electric Tony Roebuck 407-467-7668 Abbott Electric Jaxon Abbott 407-334-6056 FINISH CARPENTRY Air-Pak Services & Products, Inc. Jay Walker 407-678-1847 PLUMBING YES Plumbing Lisa at 407-426-8803 GLASS/DOORS/STOREFRONT Harmon Glass Mark Richards 321-689-1759 HVAC/MECHANICAL Emtech Andy Ousley 407-521-8793 LOCKSMITH AA Action 407-423-0033 NEON SIGNS Media 1 Grafix Doug Cleghorn 407-578-1132 C&S Signs John Colado 407-331-5299 Boone Signs Robert Boone (407) 422-6749 Capital Sign Audra/Kalaine at 407-578-1132

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UTILITIES
ELECTRICITY: PROGRESS ENERGY (407) 269-1010 TECO PEOPLES GAS (407) 425-4662 SPRINT (800) 786-6272

GAS:

TELEPHONE:

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ORLANDO PREMIUM OUTLETS Banking Institutions


Bank of America 10900 Orangewood Blvd Orlando Colonial Bank 2941 N. Poinciana Blvd Kissimmee Sun Trust Bank 9101 International Drive Orlando Wachovia Bank 10375 Orangewood Blvd Orlando (407) 236-1500

(407) 397-7400

(407) 839-4786

(407) 649-5360

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FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
CINTAS FIRE MID-STATE FIRE UNITED FIRE PROTECTION (407) 481-0872 (407) 246-8855 (407) 299-0201

SECURITY COMPANIES
ADT HONEYWELL SONITROL BURNS INTERNATIONAL PINKERTON SECURITIES WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICES (407) 628-5000 (407) 897-7200 (407) 425-9031 (407) 740-5995 (407) 856-5525 (407) 740-6932

LOCKSMITHS
A-A ACTION ARMSTRONG LOCKSMITH CENTRAL FLORIDA SAFE AND LOCK CO. A.G. MAURO (407) 847-4005 (407) 894-7233 (800) 432-0488 (407) 333-0500

EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES
ABLE BODY TEMPORARY SERVICES (727) 771-1111

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
THE ORLANDO SENTINEL THE ORLANDO TIMES (407) 420-5000 (407) 841-3052

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