Manuals & Regulations

Construction Manual

Technical Specifications and Standards for Littleton Public Schools

All conditions and specifications in the current document are applicable to roofing specifications as appropriate.

LPS Construction Manual - Part 1

LPS Construction Manual - Part 2

LPS Construction Manual - Part 3

LPS Construction Manual - Part 4

LPS Construction Manual - Part 1 includes specifications for the following:

  • Existing Conditions
  • Concrete
  • Masonry
  • Metals
  • Wood and Plastics
  • Thermal and Moisture Protection
  • Doors and Windows
  • Finishes
  • Specialties
  • Equipment
  • Furnishings
  • Special Construction
  • Conveying Systems
  • Basic Mechanical
  • Fire Suppression
  • Plumbing
  • Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
  • Electrical
  • Communications
  • Electronic Safety and Security
  • Earthwork
  • Site Improvements
  • Site Utilities

LPS Construction Manual - Part 2 includes specifications for the following:

  • Thermal and Moisture Protection
  • Doors and Windows
  • Basic Mechanical
  • Fire Suppression
  • Plumbing
  • Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning

LPS Construction Manual - Part 3 includes specifications for the following:

  • Electrical

LPS Construction Manual - Part 4 includes specifications for the following:

  • Communications
  • Electronic Safety and Security

Original issue date: February 9, 1990

December 9, 2019
November 7, 2019
February 11, 2019
January 16, 2019
November 8, 2018
August 10, 2017
August 4, 2016
January 25, 2016
November 18, 2015
December 15, 2014
March 20, 2008
August 30, 2005
December 17, 2004
October 8, 2004
October 28, 2003
October 3, 2002
November 1, 2001
February 20, 1998
April 15, 1996
March 10, 1994
January 15, 1992
April 16, 1991

Conditions of the Contract

Technology Schematics

Copies of LPS' technology schematics can be downloaded in PDF form by clicking the links below.

Stormwater Regulations

The Federal Clean Water Act requires that stormwater discharges from certain types of facilities be authorized under stormwater discharge permits. The goal of the stormwater permits program is to reduce the amount of pollutants entering streams, lakes, and rivers as a result of runoff from residential, commercial, and industrial areas. In Colorado, stormwater discharge permits are issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Water Quality Control Division. Click here for more information regarding permit issuance.

Understanding Your Role in Reducing Stormwater Runoff Pollution
Stormwater runoff occurs when rain or snowmelt flows over the ground on its way to storm drains, drainage ways, creeks, and lakes. Stormwater picks up debris, chemicals, dirt, pet wastes and other pollutants and deposits them in bodies of water we use for swimming, fishing, and drinking.

The Three A's of Stormwater Pollution Control:

  1. Be Aware of your part in stormwater runoff
  2. Take Action and change habits that can make a difference in our waterways
  3. Notice Activities that may adversely affect drainage ways, creeks, and lakes

Illicit dumping is a significant issue and can result in fines. If you witness illegal dumping on school district property, please report the incident to district security at 303-347-3420.