Bleacher Preventative Maintenance


Why choose MasterCraft for Preventative Bleacher Maintenance:

MasterCraft has over 120+ combined years of experience in the Bleacher Maintenance field along with certifications from various manufacturers.  Below is our Bleacher Maintenance Specification (for your use) detailing everything we cover on our time at your facilities.  

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GENERAL SCOPE   
This specification is to perform preventative spectator seating maintenance.  The intent of this maintenance is to keep the spectator seating in proper working condition using only the materials of the spectator seating along with all tools and labor associated with that maintenance.  Should there be any spectator seating repairs to this, or any school in which the materials for that repair would be greater than $100.00 (price does not include broken/missing seat modules, broken boards or labor), it will not be covered under this scope.  Such repairs should be listed on a detailed General Conditions Report sent to the owner followed by a proposal to repair said damage. 

1.1  Bleacher Understructure, Decking and Seating
A)     Inspect deck uprights, row locks, wheels, axles, cross bracing, outriggers, plywood, end panels, end caps and nose beams
B)     Replace/repair any above mentioned parts. 
C)     Inspect seat boards, riser boards and footboards Report all damaged or broken boards on General Conditions Report 
D)     Inspect seat modules and tighten as necessary (if applicable). Report all broken or missing seat modules on General Conditions Report
E)     Tighten all loose hardware and replace with factory equivalent.
F)     Remove all trash and debris from underside of bleachers.  Space to be left broom clean.
G)    Reattach bleachers to floor and/or wall as necessary.
H)    Lubricate all moving parts with drip-less white lithium grease.
I)     Weld any broken components found during inspection to insure structural integrity. 
J)     Replace seats as needed per customer location and notification to proceed. Standard seat price to be determined by Contractor per specific manufacturer’s price breaks. 

1.2  Bleacher Railing
A)    Inspect all safety end rails to insure they meet current NFPA 5000 and ICC 2012 codes.
B)    Inspect all front rails, aisle rails, aisle rail sockets, rear rails. Repair as needed.
C)    Replace missing set screws (if applicable).
D)    Replace rails as needed per customer location and notification to proceed. Standard rail price to be determined by Contractor per specific manufacturer’s price breaks.

1.3  Bleacher Electrical Components
A)    Inspect all wiring harnesses and re-harness if necessary
B)    Inspect all disconnect switches and junction boxes
C)    Inspect all motors and fuses and replace fuses as necessary
D)    Confirm that all motors are in working condition and tracking correctly
E)     Inspect all friction drive wheels or drive chains for signs of wear
F)     Tighten all friction drive chains as necessary
E)     Adjust each motor for correct down pressure to track properly without assistance.
F)    Replace power system as needed per customer location and notification to proceed. Standard price to be determined by Contractor per specific manufacturer’s price breaks.  

1.4  Fixed Seating
A)    Inspect seat backs and tighten as necessary Report all damaged or broken boards on General Conditions Report
B)     Inspect seat pans and tighten as necessary Report all broken or missing seat modules on General Conditions Report
C)     Tighten all loose hardware and replace with factory equivalent.
D)    Reattach seats to floor and/or wall as necessary.
E)     Lubricate all moving parts with drip-less white lithium grease.
K)    Weld any broken components found during inspection to insure structural integrity.
L)     Replace seats as needed per customer location and notification to proceed. Standard seat price to be determined by Contractor per specific manufacturer’s price breaks.

1.5  Certification
A)    Contractor must provide install/maintenance certification for the following product lines:
-Sheridan Seating
-Irwin Seating
-Interkal
-Universal Bleacher
-Hussey Seating
-Folding Bleacher
-Draper
-Gared Sports

1.6  Signoff and Cleanup:
A)    Contractor should protect flooring throughout the spectator seating maintenance leaving it broom swept and in the condition prior to maintenance.
B)     Should the contractor find flaws in the flooring, they must be reported to the Owner before performing the maintenance on the spectator seating.
C)     After completion contractor must show designated individual at the facility the proper operation of the spectator seating and leave the spectator seating in the closed position upon departure.
D)    Said designated individual shall be responsible for signing off on project before contractor’s departure.  By signing the completion report the Owner acknowledges that the spectator seating were in proper working condition upon the contractor’s departure. 

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