Construction & Remodeling Rules

Construction and Remodeling Guidelines – amended May 2017
1.    Condominium Owner must notify Amelia Island Management of intensions to renovate the interior of their unit, to include:
·        Detailed scope of work in writing plus any plans developed to support the renovation process
·        Contractor in charge of the renovation and contact information
·        Estimated time frame from start to finish

2.    Window and Door replacement: The Association has developed approved specifications for replacements with recommended wind loads, materials, structural design, colors
·        Materials selected must be submitted to the Associations structural engineering firm for review and approval before installation is permitted (specifications available from Amelia Island Management and on the website for download)

Piper Dunes Window Replacement Documents 2012

Piper Dunes Door Replacement Documents 2012

3.    Interior flooring replacements which include any material other than carpet such as hard wood, engineered wood, laminates, vinyl, ceramic or porcelain tiles, must include an underlayment of sound dampening materials
· Materials selected must be submitted to the Associations structural engineering firm for review and approval before installation is permitted (specifications for sound attenuation levels available from Amelia Island Management and on the website for download)

ProFlex RCU500 Sound Control Underlayment

PergoGold 3mm sound Insulation Underlayment

4.    Contractor to be supplied with operational guidelines listed below, to be shared with sub-contractors and general trades people working on the project

5.    Dumpsters (maximum 10 yard) utilized for initial demolition may be set in a single parking space for a period of two weeks

6.    If a dumpster is required for an additional period of time, it will be placed in the DCCA Overflow parking area and a monthly rental fee may be charged to the unit owner

7.    No overnight parking of construction equipment in the Association parking area, must be moved to the Overflow parking area

8.    Workers vehicles may off load materials and equipment at the Portico, than move vehicles to the overflow parking location for the day

9.    Protective elevator pads and walk-off floor mats must be used daily during demolition and movement of large tools, cabinets, plumbing fixtures, countertops, doors, windows, appliances, etc. – must be removed at the end of each work day

10.    Hours of operation:
·          8 am to 5pm Monday through Friday, 9am through 1pm Saturday
·          No work permitted on Sunday or holidays
·          Daily cleanup of any construction related trash from lobbies and balconies
·          No unprofessional behavior towards owners, guests and staff
·          No smoking on property
·          No excessive noise related to music or verbal communication

11.    Contractor must obtain and post all appropriate permits required for the scope of work

Signatures:
General Contractor__________________________________ Date_________
Condominium Owner________________________________ Date_________ Unit #________
AMELIA ISLAND MANAGEMENT / 5440 FIRST COAST HIGHWAY / AMELIA ISLAND, FL 32034 / 904-277-512